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Plan to Expand School Choice For Special Needs Students

Posted: 07/24/2015 - Monies from the state special education trust fund will be available for parents to have the choice of having their child educated at Vivian B. Adams School at no expense to the parents or to the local education system.

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Missing Ozark Teen

Posted: 07/22/2015 - The family of a missing Ozark teen is concerned about his safety and looking for the public's help finding Justin Kennedy.

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Digital Poison? Stetson University Researcher Finds Violent Video Games Have Minimal Influence on Youth

Updated: 07/01/2015 - In the wake of the tragic shooting in a Charleston, S.C., church, many look for reasons to explain such violent behavior. Some already have pointed to violent video games as a possible reason, but three new studies from Stetson University found no evidence violent video games contribute to aggressive behavior, violent behavior or hostility in teens.

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FL Panhandle Technical College ‘Rockets & Robotics Camp’

Posted: 06/30/2015 - ‘Rockets & Robotics Camp’ made its mark on Washington County, Florida last week as a large group of 11-13 year olds shot solid-fuel rockets, in a highly supervised environment, into the blue summer sky.

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4-H Southeast Regional Round-Up Competitions

Posted: 06/25/2015 - The 4-H Southeast Regional Round-Up was held at Troy University main campus to give youth a chance to compete with members from surrounding counties in a number of events.

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Son's Touching Gift To Dad

Posted: 06/19/2015 - For Father's Day, Nick Kaczorowski will be giving something extra special to his dad, Lance -- a life-saving kidney donation.

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Dothan Recognized as 2015 Playful City

Posted: 06/18/2015 - Dothan is 1 of only 14 cities nationwide that has earned the Playful City USA recognition each year since the program was founded.

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Millions of Kids Missing Out on Free Federal Summer Lunch Program

Posted: 06/17/2015 - School is out in most places now, and low-income children who get free breakfast, lunch and after-school snacks during the school year still have to eat. There's a federal program to help pay for kids' lunches during summer break. But millions of eligible kids aren't getting those meals.

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Kids and Dehydration

Updated: 06/18/2015 - Tips to prevent kids from getting dehydrated this summer

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