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Retiring school Principals usually are celebrated by their school communities with receptions, receiving lines and plenty of cake, cards.

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A Connecticut policy that allows transgender athletes to compete in girls sports violates the civil rights of female athletes, the U.S. Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights has ruled.

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Quarantines hammered retailers as they closed down while residents stayed at home. The march back has started with businesses adjusted to a new set of

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Martino was hoping for a comeback year after missing the 2019 season because of ACL reconstruction surgery. Throughout the spring, the Canton Repository will highlight local high school athletes who have had their seasons canceled because of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Nose tackle Nnamdi Onyemelukwe blossomed his senior year to help propel the Bulldogs' tenacious defense. Now the first-generation American with Nigerian

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Malone spent several years on the McKinley basketball coaching staff before becoming athletic director in 2011.

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CANTON Drive-thru COVID-19 testing is scheduled for June 1 at the downtown campus of McKinley Senior High School.Genesis Reference Laboratories, a private

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Heard from treasurer Todd Tolson about the state cuts in funding reflected on the five-year forecast that was approved to send to the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). DISCUSSION: Tolson said the state budget shortfall is $775 million with the ODE getting cut by $300 million.

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Area football coaches can see good reasons why the OHSAA expanded the playoff format in 2021. However, they can also see good reasons why it

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Heard from treasurer Todd Tolson about the state cuts in funding reflected on the five-year forecast that was approved to send to the Ohio Department of Education (ODE). DISCUSSION: Tolson said the state budget shortfall is $775 million with the ODE getting cut by $300 million.

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