Education in the news
Front Page, week of Oct. 22, 2022
Barely getting this out on time today, so no soliloquy. Just one fancy word.
Hancock City Council, Oct. 19, 2022
By Juxta Sprague
At the meeting, City Manager Mary Babcock updated the council on Make a Difference Day, which has been dubbed as “Deb Mann Day” in honor of the late community figure. A new tree has been planted behind the City of Hancock sign near the Krist Station in honor of Deb Mann as well.
HPS board approves extension of library partnership
By Sydney Wilmot
Following the principal reports, the approval for the contract with the Portage Lake District Library (PLDL) was then put to a vote. It was recommended by Superintendent Steven Patchin, moved by Board Secretary Michael Lancour and seconded by Trustee Rod Paavlova.
This week’s candidate forum was canceled due to lack of candidates, but there’s another one scheduled for this week, in Houghton. Send your events to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Sleeman takes over for former police chief, Wayne Butler, who submitted his letter of retirement to the city last month.
There’s not too much else in the news this week, so I thought I’d take the chance to share this series from Ali Swenson at The Associated Press answering questions about elections. I’m not sure if it’s ended yet, but so far, there are four parts.
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