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Tribal Colleges Honor ND Higher Ed Leaders

Two lead­ers of the North Dakota University System were honored July 17 by the presidents of North Da­kota’s Tribal Colleges.

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Back-to-School Transitions: Tips for Parents

By Stacy Sturm

Getting a new school year off to a good start can influence children’s attitude, confi­dence, and performance both socially and academically. The transition from August to September can be diffi­cult for both children and parents. Even children who are eager to return to class must adjust to the greater levels of activ­ity, structure, and, for some, pressures as­sociated with school life.

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Sleepy Hollow Theatre Arts Park June Events

Sleepy Hollow is pleased to announce another series of summer Educational Classes in the Arts to take place at Century High School. The classes will run the weeks of June 4-8, June 11-15 and June 18-22. Some of the classes will include NEW Guitar classes where participants will learn to play the guitar, the Born This Way Lady GaGa Camp, the Art of Harry Potter Mini Camp, Musical Theatre Vocal Techniques, Art Explosion!, Cherry Blossom Geisha, Storybook Theatre, Butterflies Flutter by Dance and many more to enchant, entice and educate local children and teens interested in the arts.

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The perils of dependency corruption

By Betty Mills

Education comes in many forms and when they bump into each other, I feel duty bound to sort things out. Let’s start with a lecture complete with some compel­ling graphs explaining why the changes in our climate which some attribute to global warming is a natural phenom­enon and not the result of anything we human beings have helped to produce.

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