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By Oil City Staff on July 23, 2021 CASPER, Wyo. – Here’s a look at the different opportunities to get out and get around the Oil Town this weekend! Friday Free concert series at David Street Station! Wyoming Opera House – Pauline Viardot’s “Cinderella” at “la Ferme” on Zero Road. The article continues below … …

Whether it’s a classic arcade game or more complex Minecraft, video games have always been a staple everywhere from grocery stores to living rooms. They capture the attention of an individual through an alternate reality, lively, full of action, emotions, competitiveness and brilliance. These are the characteristics that West Michigan-based Anthony Forman, Rebecca Roman and …

Over the past six weeks, two review panels convened by the Montana Office of Public Instruction have begun discussing potential revisions to state regulations governing the licensing of educators. So far, their deliberations have focused on strengthening recruitment and retention amid a teacher shortage and creating a clearer path for school counselors to become administrators …

MARSHALL – For the first time since the 2019-2020 semester, A-BTech’s Madison campus plans to open in-person classes from the start of the semester on August 23. The campus will even unveil a new academic program for the occasion. The News Record spoke to Fairley Patton, executive director of student council, and Gene Loflin, associate …

NORTH ADAMS – In recent weeks, people have been able to sit in the North Adams Public Library and read books or use computers for the first time since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. As COVID-19 restrictions ease, there’s one policy that’s here to stay: No more late fees. During the pandemic, the fee …

In the wake of his next DC film The suicide squadJames Gunn shares how unimpressed he is with the current state of the superhero genre, calling the comic book adaptations “really dumb” and “mostly boring to me, right now.” In a recent interview with Irish weather, the guardians of the galaxy The director said he …

By Jesse Williams / Zip06.com • 07/21/2021 9:00 AM EST An inventory of historical resources and historical narrative commissioned by the EC Scranton Library was recently completed after nearly two years of work, recommending three buildings for national or state registers and adding specialist research and documentation to the website of the library as part …

READING, Pa .– Around a conference room inside GoggleWorks, a number of artists have temporarily put down their cameras, brushes and dance shoes, and replaced them with pens, iPads and computers portable. Ready to plan a variety of events and help bring more diversity to the arts community, they are known as the Reading Arts …

July 21, 2021 When the Traverse Area District Library was closed by Governor Whitmer along with other non-essential businesses and locations, it offered a break for those whose documents were checked out: no fines would be imposed for overdue documents. The library has now changed its rules, with overdue fines for items in high demand …

Willow Smith wants to enroll at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study physics. She wants to know more about the “beautiful mystery” of the invisible, she says. But all of that is apparently five years from now. In the meantime, she has written an unofficial dissertation on a different imperceptible force: anxiety and the …