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May 27, 2016 by Carol Fassbender (Register to contact)

I NEVER receive an alumni newsletter. I have requested to be put on the list twice now. My friends ask me if I have read the latest news so they are getting theirs. My mailing address is 4514 North 17th avenue Phoenix AZ 85015. I would appreciate hearing from you. Warmest regards--C. Fassbender

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Topeka High students work displayed at Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art  Wellington Daily News

When Michaela Blankenship first took a photography class, it didn't capture her attention.However, after transferring to Topeka High School, she signed up for ...

The Secret Lives of Words: Ben Hur, Harrius Potter, and the classics  Wellington Daily News

Way back in my college and grad school days, I recall occasionally being asked by some new acquaintance, "What are you studying?" I'd cheerfully reply ...

Wellington plans events to mark 200th anniversary  The Morning Journal

Wellington is a small town planning a year of big celebration for its 200th birthday.

Wellington family copes with loss in wake of suicide  Chronicle Telegram

Kenneth McKinley views documents regarding his son, Tyson McKinley, at his kitchen table on Tuesday afternoon. Tyson died by suicide Sept. 20. KRISTIN ...

Wellington rallies past Plant City to first state title game  Sun Sentinel

Wellington came back from a one-run deficit to defeat Plant City 6-1 at Historic Dodgertown.

Students rally around high school student, crown him homecoming king

WELLINGTON, Ohio-- Devin Bryner had an unforgettable weekend and his smile showed it. The 18-year-old Wellington High School student who has cerebral ...

Robert L. Lowen  Hays Post

Robert L. Lowen, 82, of Hays, KS, passed away Friday, November 16, 2018, at the Kansas Heart Hospital in Wichita, KS. Bob was born June 18, 1936 to Andy ...

Where will fans sit? Problem at stadium has school looking at options for next home game

WELLINGTON, Ohio-- There are stadium safety concerns in the Wellington School District. Tuesday night, the Wellington Dukes Junior high football team played ...

H.S. Wrestling: Firelands' Payton Burgdorf stays unbeaten, but it wasn't easy  Chronicle Telegram

HENRIETTA TWP. — Firelands sophomore Payton Burgdorf is protective of his perfect record this season. After all, he's the last undefeated Lorain County ...

Dobney named GCP&T director  Xenia Gazette

XENIA — Jonathan (Jon) Dobney has been named the new Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) director and brings years of experience working wit.

Radford Signs Eight for 2018 Recruiting Class  VolleyMob

The Radford volleyball program inked eight signees for the 2018 recruiting class, which was announced on Monday.

Lynyrd Skynyrd to perform in Wichita September 29th  Wellington Daily News

Earlier this year Southern Rock icons Lynyrd Skynyrd announced that after a career that has spanned more than 40 years and includes a catalog of more than ...

Ghost Hunt In Wellington: Do You Hear The Voices?  KMUW

Kansas is home to a surprisingly large number of paranormal investigation groups . Many of them are volunteer-driven; members buy their own ghost-hunting.

SSU men add six players  Portsmouth Daily Times

Although practice won't begin until the end of September, head coach for Shawnee State men's basketball team Delano Thomas and his staff have b.

Arson suspect commits suicide days before court hearings  Norwalk Reflector

BRIGHTON TWP. — A local arson suspect is dead, apparently as a result of suicide. David A. Smith, 52, of New London, was found dead Monday evening in ...

Sunday Morning Chat: Central's Scott Benedict, Part II  Palm Beach High School Baseball

Today, we continue our Sunday Morning Chat with Palm Beach Central Manager Scott Benedict. In part two, Benedict talks about his biggest responsibility to a ...

Crystal Singh becomes second Broward bowler to ever win state title; Coral Springs Charter girls second  Sun Sentinel

Even with a bum ankle, Coral Springs Charter School senior Crystal Singh was able to climb back through the consolation bracket to win the FHSAA girls ...

Author Andy Griffiths exposes the secrets of his much-loved Treehouse series

The much-loved Australian children's author talks technology, Terry Denton and the origin of the Trunkinator.

Pastor's son charged in mother's murder, father's shooting  The Plain Dealer -

The 16-year-old boy accused of killing his mother and shooting his father in the face can quote the book of Hebrews and the Gospel of St. John. Daniel Petric's ...

BANG!: The struggles of being bisexual: When you're 'not gay enough' and 'not straight enough'

In the new season of BANG!, people who are attracted to more than one gender open up about their struggles with stereotypes.

Pomegranate Kitchen's Rebecca Stewart on how food can change the world  The Spinoff

Today, as part of a week-long series chatting to Wellingtonians about what they're up to in the windy city, Alex Casey talks to Rebecca Stewart of Pomegranate ...

All bi myself: the strange invisibility of bisexuality  The Spinoff

There are at least as many bi and pansexual people in the world as lesbians and gay men combined, at least according to surveys of western countries.

Nonprofit brings kids with Down syndrome together for tennis, fun  Columbus Dispatch

In 2008, Beth Gibson took her younger son to watch her play tennis. In the eight years since, she has introduced thousands of other kids to the game, too. Gibson ...

Sunday Morning Chat: PB Central's Scott Benedict Part I  Palm Beach High School Baseball

This morning, HSBN's Anthony Uttariello sits down with one of the most successful coaches in Palm Beach County over the past 25 years, Scott Benedict, who ...

Student film 'Shelter' about the importance of friendship wins Roxy5 film competition  The Dominion Post

A film by a team of Wellington High School students has taken out the top prize at the 2017 Roxy5 Short Film Competition. The eight year-10 students spent a ...

Shortland Street star Sally Martin talks 'massive adjustment'

Sally Martin is one of the most familiar faces on Shortland Street, but she still struggles with public recognition.

How Jon Toogood married African roots to New Zealand hip hop  Noted

The Shihad frontman's second side-project Adults LP was inspired by his Sudanese nuptials.

Jon Toogood’s The Adults: ‘I’m bored of hearing me. I didn’t make the record to hear me’  The Spinoff

Henry Oliver talks to Jon Toogood, best known as the frontman of evergreen rockers Shihad, about the new record of his collaborative project The Adults.

Us Two: Sam and Myele Manzanza

Sam Manzanza is a Congolese master percussionist, who was one of the first Africans to perform traditional African afrobeat and high life music after he arrived ...

Miami Dolphins Have Found A Winning Formula. Can It Last?  WLRN

It wasn't pretty, but it was dramatic. The Miami Dolphins waited until the final five minutes of the game in Los Angeles to pull out the improbable victory.

Being Eva: The terminally ill teen devoting her life to helping victims of sex assault  New Zealand Herald

What's on your bucket list? Kim Knight meets Eva McGauley, the terminally ill teenager who is devoting the rest of her life to the victims of sexual assault.

Rape comments happen 'every single day' - student  Radio New Zealand

Boys talking about wanting to rape drunk girls can probably be heard every day in schools around the country, young women and sex education groups say.

Run The Jewels track gets Rick and Morty music video  ClickLancashire

Adult Swim was launched by Turner Network in 2001, offering original and acquired animated and live-action series for young adults. Considering the ...

Modern Māori Quartet tour with debut originals, ready to see the Nans across NZ  Marlborough Express

The Modern Māori Quartet, a sometimes comedic occasionally serious party band, has had a baby. The four Māori lads revealed their first original album on ...

The second annual Spinoff Review of Books literary awards (including best dressed author)!!!  The Spinoff

New Zealand literature! What is it, who reads it, and why does it exist? Some or none or all of these questions are about to be answered in the second annual ...

New Zealand cafes doing more than serving the perfect coffee

Among New Zealand's many cafes, there are those whose purpose runs deeper than serving good coffee.

Rob McLeod to exhibit in Wellington  The Dominion Post

More than 30 years after his last solo show at Wellington's City Gallery, painter Rob McLeod returns, but his art is very different to what it once was. He talks to ...

Drugs, sex and secret lives revealed at handless body trial

Daniel Moore lived the life of a gangsta rapper - but friends say he lacked the smarts to get away with murder. Lane Nichols reports.

New education role suits former school prankster

If ACT'S new kid on the block is ever accused of not keeping eye on the ball, he'd agree.

The Wellingtonian interview: Jasmine Freemantle  The Dominion Post

Victoria University Students Association president Jasmine Freemantle has been in the firing line this year. She talks about her job and her political aspirations.

Chelsie Preston Crayford: Act natural  New Zealand Herald

Greg Dixon talks to Kiwi actress Chelsie Preston Crayford about her bohemian childhood and why she resisted going into showbiz.

Bobsleigher has Olympics in his sights

Wellington PE teacher Carl Condliffe always dreamed of competing in an Olympics, he just didn't think it would be in a bobsleigh.

Gary Barlow sparks Twitter row with Carol Decker over tune dig

Ginger singer Carol Decker could be set for a return to the charts following a four-letter row with X?Factor judge Gary Barlow after he accused her of singing out ...

Big read: How do we teach our kids about sex and consent?  New Zealand Herald

When a group of Wellington High School students sent an email to all pupils this week asking them to sign a petition calling for Better Sex Education in Schools, ...

The real oil on Helen Kelly  New Zealand Herald

Steve Braunias sat with Helen Kelly, New Zealand's leading campaigner for medical cannabis, as she had chemotherapy this week.

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