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Food supply issues force Alabama schools to ask parents to prepare breakfast, brace for remote learning

Food supply issues force Alabama schools to ask parents to prepare breakfast, brace for remote learning
Schools in Alexander City, Alabama have asked parents to begin feeding their children breakfast at home or sending them to school with snacks due to food supply shortages.

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Ex-U.S. Airman Abducted and Murdered Mennonite Woman While She Was Preparing for Sunday School

Ex-U.S. Airman Abducted and Murdered Mennonite Woman While She Was Preparing for Sunday School
An Air Force airman has been found guilty in the 2020 abduction and murder of a Mennonite Sunday school teacher, whose body was found in a wooded area of Arizona, hundreds of miles away from her home in New Mexico.

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Onondaga County school switching to remote learning because of Covid-19 cases and quarantines

Onondaga County school switching to remote learning because of Covid-19 cases and quarantines
The change is due to the number of Covid-19 cases and resulting quarantines in the school building, district officials said. The switch to remote because of Covid-19 cases and quarantines among students appears to be the first this fall in the county.

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18-year-old shot Wednesday night after argument in Grandview parking lot, police say

18-year-old shot Wednesday night after argument in Grandview parking lot, police say
An 18-year-old man was shot and injured Wednesday evening in Grandview following an argument among family and friends in an apartment complex parking lot, according to police. The shooting occurred around 6:15 p.

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School Districts Crippled by Food Supply Shortages Could Have to Return to Remote Learning

School Districts Crippled by Food Supply Shortages Could Have to Return to Remote Learning
Cafeterias in K-12 schools across the country have reportedly faced depleted food supplies and labor shortages because of the coronavirus pandemic, leading some school districts to consider a return to remote learning rather than forcing students to go hungry.

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