Power losses and other damage on Florida’s Gulf Coast from Hurricane Michael. Schools are closed through at least Thursday.
Articles by Paul Katula
Stocks plunged today, led by drops in technology shares and most likely secondary to rising government bond yields. Ramifications.
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Thoughts turn to a Syrian violinist in Illinois, as Nikki R Haley announces she’ll resign as US ambassador to the UN.
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Volleyball teams in the US, including the championship-quality team at Davies HS in N.D., are raising breast cancer awareness.
A Texas student who was expelled for not standing during the pledge is suing the school for violating her free speech rights.
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A profit motive in grant recipients can serve investors well, but is it good for the societal issue at the heart of the investment?
Marching bands come together at 2 central IL high schools, and the result is phenomenal: learning, collaboration. And MUSIC.