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  • Howard BOE candidates talk school disparities in forum

    Howard BOE candidates talk school disparities in forum
    Howard County Board of Education candidates discussed what they perceive as inequalities between county schools, the need to adjust school start times and the controversial Confederate flag display by Glenelg High School students during a candidates' forum Wednesday at The Other Barn in Columbia.
  • Montpelier Elementary recognized for school's nutrition program

    Montpelier Elementary recognized for school's nutrition program
    Montpelier Elementary School is one of five area schools to receive a 2014 National Healthy Schools Award from The Alliance for a Healthier Generation. The award recognizes schools that have improved their nutrition and wellness services and physical...

    Confederate flag an emblem of Southern gentility, refinement [Letter]

    Confederate flag an emblem of Southern gentility, refinement [Letter]
    Michael Foucault, the French philosopher who wrote on asylums, hysterical administrators and irrational bureaucrats, allegedly asked his host when he visited America to show him a high school. After closely observing the structure of an American school,...

    Buy some cupcakes and help out the cat club [Clarksville]

    Buy some cupcakes and help out the cat club [Clarksville]
     The Howard County Cat Club invites you to stop by its craft and bake sale at Giant in River Hill on Sept. 20, 2-6 p.m. The gourmet Cupcake of the Month is a yummy-looking Caramel Apple Spice. There will be plenty of other delicious homebaked goodies to...

    Pre-K doesn't help children learn [Letter]

    Pre-K doesn't help children learn [Letter]
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Larry Hogan doesn't care about children and that is why he is against Mr. Brown's pre-K plan for everyone in the state. But what Mr. Brown doesn't say is how he proposes to pay for this program. Various studies have...