September 30, 2013 RSS feed / Word Jr.

The will o’ the wisp (a tale of the British Isles)

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One night, Ian visited his Aunt Elizabeth and Uncle Toby’s house. They lived down near the marshes, and Ian liked to see them regularly. It was a cool autumn evening, and the three of them were enjoying it. More...

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Hurricane season on Titan

Travel 890 million miles through our solar system and you’ll arrive at Saturn’s moon Titan. You might feel strangely at home. It has large lakes, flowing rivers, and sandy dunes just like Earth. More...

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Successful start to Hyde School year

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Bath YMCA enhancing afterschool programs

BATH — The Bath Area Family YMCA is implementing a series of healthy eating and physical activity standards in all of its afterschool programs as part of the Y’s nationwide commitment to combat childhood obesity and ensure that all those More...

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Girl challenges ban from Ohio school football team

BALTIMORE, Ohio (AP) — An Ohio school district is refusing to let a seventhgrade girl play football, prompting requests that the board change its policies on female athletes.  More...

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Rare wisps of icy light

The sky has to be clear to see them. They are wispy clouds that glow in the dark sky for a while after the Sun goes down. They are called noctilucent clouds. Noctilucent means “night glowing.” More...

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