Lincoln School of Science and Technology in Canon City is one of a small number of schools in the area equipped with state of the art, interactive white boards and tablets for students. That is thanks in part to fifth grade teacher Lowell Miller, February's Teacher's First award winner.
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WASHINGTON (AP) - The Associated Press has learned that a U.S. military investigation is recommending that as many as seven U.S. troops face administrative punishments, but not criminal charges, in the burning of Qurans at a U.S. base in Afghanistan in February. U.S. military officials say the classified report and... more »
Gusting winds and blowing snow made a perfect combination for icing over roads, and those slick conditions lead to dozens of accidents, some of them serious. State troopers want to remind drivers to use caution when driving in winter weather.
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As many as a third of all teens have been the victim of some form of physical or emotional abuse and counselors at the domestic violence advocacy group TESSA say the abuse is happening at a very early age. Clinical and Advocacy Manager Charity Richardson says they are finding children... more »
Massachusetts Sen.-elect Scott Brown is targeting Feb. 11 as his swearing-in date.
The surprise victor in last week's election to succeed the late Sen. Edward Kennedy in the U.S. Senate believes that will be enough time for the state to complete its certification of his win.
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Mother Teresa and actress Katherine Hepburn are among those who will be honored on postage stamps in the new year. The 2010 stamp program will also include singing cowboy Gene Autry, Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Mauldin, artist Winslow Homer and Adm. Arleigh Burke.
The Negro baseball leagues and the... more »