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Interesting Agenda For The Next Christina Board Meeting... **UPDATED**

On September 8th, the Christina School District Board of Education has their next regular public meeting and the agenda released looks mighty interesting.  There are two policy statement proposals up for first reading that look to address issues on the actual Board. 187 more words

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Owners Of Sinking Homes Near Glenwood Springs Could Be Getting Millions

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4/AP) – Monday afternoon homeowners at a golf course subdivision near Glenwood Springs avoided answering questions from CBS4 as they wait to see if a judge will uphold $14 million in awards related to defects in the construction of homes on sinking soils. 477 more words

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Obituaries and Vital Statistics, 1835.

DEATHS.

Nov. 26. William Moxley of Ewa.

Dec. 25. Davida Tamehameha died in Honolulu. He was seven years old.

Dec. 16. Died in Honolulu was Olohana (Mr. 69 more words

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NEW EXHIBITION - John Young (Philip Bacon Galleries, Qld)

25 August – 19 September

The forthcoming exhibition at Philip Bacon Galleries is by Melbourne based artist John Young.

Young’s unusual technique blends oil painting with digital image manipulation, producing striking figures in unreal landscapes. 41 more words

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Budget Projections Place Christina In Jeopardy In A Year If Current Trends Continue

The true financial impact at Christina School District was revealed for all last night, and the most troublesome of these numbers was the bleeding out of students from Christina to charters.  539 more words

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The Prophet Of Delaware Talks About The Profit Of Race To The Top

I stumbled across something last night, a whole cache of videos created by none other than Transparent Christina’s John Young!  These are pretty funny, especially given what came to pass!  Enjoy!

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HE DIDN'T START THE FIRE

July 18 in history:

The Great Fire of Rome began on this date in 64 A.D., lasting about a week.  Many accused Emperor Nero of starting the blaze for political reasons, but modern historians believe he was not responsible, and did not stand by while singing or playing on a musical instrument.  128 more words

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