Bergman's grandiose Spelling Bee victory

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Bergman's grandiose Spelling Bee victory

It has been five years since Madelia Elementary School has had a spelling bee contest at the school. For many years it was an annual event that allowed fifth and sixth grade students to highlight their spelling prowess, but it was a tradition that was dropped. However, on Feb. 9, 2018, the spelling bee
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Stacey Isom Campbell talks Alaska, her new play and fast pitch softball

Stacey Isom Campbell is a professor of creative writing here at Lee, but she considers herself a playwright first and foremost. As we sat and talked, Stacey shared her childhood and how she came to love writing and the theater with me. The daughter of Church of God missionaries, Stacey was born in
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BarnRaisers of Indiana to benefit Chaucie's Place through bingo

By Current Publishing on February 14, 2018 Carmel Community. Last year's inaugural BarnRaisers' March “Bingo” Madness event raised more than $11,000 for the nonprofit Craine House. (Submitted photo). By Rick Morwick. Attention, college fans. March Madness is right around the corner. And we're
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GU SNAPS creates place for spoken word at Gonzaga

Creating three pillars of 'community, creativity and social justice' to unify their group of up-and-coming passionate writers, GU Student Narrative and Poetry Society (SNAPS) is taking the steps to spread an appreciation of words on campus by building a community based around spoken word poetry and
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Students show South Orange some love for Valentine's Day

Couple Melanie Weir, a senior creative writing and theater major and musical theatre minor, and William Moore, a junior accounting, IT management and philosophy major, added, “The staff is always really nice and the food is so good.” Weir noted that she “loves their vodka sauce” and that her and
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A busy Valentine's Day for local flower shops

Flowers aren't the only best sellers at the store. “We have balloons, we have hand-made jewelry, gifts, candy, all that type of stuff,” said Fritsch. Employees at Dillenbeck's were working extra hours to ensure every order is filled. “They are very good workers, they stayed here kind of late last night trying to
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Feature: Greeks celebrate Valentine's Day by exchanging books

ATHENS, Feb. 14 (Xinhua) — Greeks celebrated Valentine's Day on Wednesday adding books to their baskets next to the traditional blazing red roses, fluffy dolls and chocolates. For those seeking something different to offer to their beloved ones this year the Association of Greek Publishers and
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Po.et (POE): Reclaiming the Value of content publishers, creators, and consumers

For a startup that is eager to change global management of creative content, the addition of Dicker to the team is a plus since he is known for ushering into the digital age, a variety of traditional publishing companies. He has also enabled traditional publications to thrive in a digital age without solely
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