Grand jury investigates death of Colorado man amid crisis – Shelton Herald | Team Cansler

DENVER (AP) — A grand jury will investigate the death of a 22-year-old Colorado man who was shot by police after calling 911 for roadside assistance while experiencing what his mother described as a mental health crisis. The development announced by prosecutors late Wednesday comes after Christian Glass’s parents demanded accountability last month, saying officials … Read more

Ghostwriter: Real-Life Haunted House Inspires Alum Debut Novel – UChicago News | Team Cansler

Editor’s Note: This story is part of “Meet a UChicagoan,” a regular series focused on the people who make UChicago a distinct intellectual community. Read about the others here. “It started because I’m afraid of the dark,” writes Isabel Lachenauer, PhD’22, in the author’s note to her debut novel. The Hacienda (Berkley, 2022), a thriller … Read more

The River Speaks: Homeschooling on the Little Miami – WYSO | Team Cansler

Heather Sabin talks about her life on the Little Miami River. Heather and her late husband spent 50 years together celebrating their anniversaries on the river. They also raised their children on the Little Miami, often canoeing, hiking, and biking while homeschooling. Now she takes her grandchildren on the same trips down the river. Sabin … Read more

Jennifer Garner reveals she threw a ‘wedding’ for herself for her 50th birthday, Plus More Celeb News – Wonderwall | Team Cansler

By MarkGray 10:05 am PDT, Oct. 27, 2022 wedding for one Jennifer Garner hasn’t been a bride in a while, but she recently had a “wedding.” The actress chatted to Town & Country for a cover story, touching on her 50th birthday last spring. “I basically had a wedding to myself,” she joked. “I was … Read more

Why the fight against doping is tedious but necessary – Outdoors | Team Cansler

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Cheat! Everyone does it! At least that’s what one might assume based on current headlines from the world of stationary sports. In the last few weeks alone there has been news of a fishing contest in which contestants stuffed their catch with lead balls, and exciting reports of high-stakes poker and chess games where … Read more

Season Preview: Valpo Basketball Set to Lead 2022-23 With Cedarville Exhibition – Valpo.Life | Team Cansler

With the regular season quickly approaching, fans will have the opportunity on Saturday afternoon to get a first look at the 2022-2023 University of Valparaiso men’s basketball program. The Beacons will take the spot for a lunchtime tip against Cedarville, an exhibition game open to the public. Single match tickets will be available from Friday … Read more

This week’s showings at Royal Cinemas from 28th October – | Team Cansler

The 66thth The annual Commonwealth Veterans Day ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, November 11, 2022 at the Virginia War Memorial in Richmond. The public is invited and encouraged to attend to honor all who have served in the American Armed Forces from the Revolutionary War through the present day. Virginia is … Read more

Part 2 | Homeschooling Newbies Find Key to Educational Success – | Team Cansler

West Bend, WI – While homeschooling veterans in the community may have a wealth of experiences to share, one local family took their first steps into homeschooling and found it to be a perfect fit. Katrina Sickler of West Bend and her husband Jason of West Bend, WI have made the decision to homeschool their … Read more

Today’s lesson at the Pope Family’s RV School: The Crazy Horse Memorial – The Boston Globe | Team Cansler

CRAZY HORSE, SD — Delilah “Dee” Pope, 4, inspected every square inch of the Crazy Horse Memorial gift shop — at least every inch of it that she could reach on her tiptoes. She thought about the books and the pens. She studied the cups closely. Finally settling on a silky silver rabbit fur, just … Read more

Through bubble bubbles and other fun projects, Berta Chatman teaches biology and more. – Monterey County Weekly | Team Cansler

Laugh. Surprise. Joy. Biology. If you think any of these things aren’t the same, the group of young children who create a shower of bubbles at the Marina Branch Library on a Saturday morning will change your mind. At first glance, it seems like just a fun pastime. Instead, this morning it is the finale … Read more