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Sweetwater County School District No. 2 Board asks if buying local is better than buying from Amazon

GREEN RIVER — Sweetwater County School District No. 2 trustees met Tuesday and discussed the district purchasing policy. As noted by Trustee Steve Core, the district is more frequently purchasing supp... read more

Biggest scam you’ve never heard about: How N.J. schools may be losing lots of money

It’s happening right under their noses — in local ... high school marketplace. He added that the ability for online stores to print one-off shirts and other garments — rather than buying ... read more

Editorial: Raising school taxes again should be a last resort

The board’s first move should be to cut expenses and do a better job of spending the local ... nurses and school resource officers, a Latin teacher and a grant writer to funding the DEEP writing progr... read more

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Taking Politics Out of Climate Change

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Rummage, bake sale planned

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Rich people have access to high-speed Internet; many poor people still don't

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No, Trump Did Not Make It Easier for Mentally Ill People to Buy Guns

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Magical thinking and the Illinois governor's race

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