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Investigators said they found no immediate threat to public safety after a photo warned students against attending school.
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Sales tax passed the ballot by only about 100 votes

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“It was hard to leave,” one former teacher said. “I still have students messaging me. I miss teaching. I loved teaching. I didn’t want to leave teaching, but I had no choice. I had to put my health and my life first.”
City tree lighting, Bonanzaville's Christmas on the Prairie, other events kick off this weekend
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Jacob Hansen will have the chance to learn from world-renowned conductors and collaborate with other performers from around the globe.

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The free programs ensure that lights and cardboard are disposed of in the most environmentally friendly way.
Gene Ladoucer with American Automotive Association says prices have dropped 30 cents over the last month and will continue to drop for the next few months.

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