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Back to school

THOMAS FLEMING SCHOOL Fleming Entering Year Two as a PBIS School: We have established school expectations to be safe, be kind, be respectful, and be responsible. Students who demonstrate these behavioral attributes may be awarded a Fleming Falcon Feather card. These earned cards contribute to a school wide positive behavior culture shift, which will help make Fleming School a safe and supportive place to learn for all students and staff. The Fleming Falcon mascot, ‘Finnegan Falcon,’ will make appearances to encourage meeting our goals for following the high expectations that we have framed for behavior at our school. Our...

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PotW: Pixie, lovely haircut for a lovely lady

Sex: Spayed female Breed: Domestic long hair – black & white Age: ~ 10 years old Reason Here: I was found abandoned Arrival Date: 6/26/2018 Pixie, a fluffy cat by birth, came to HSCC with quite a bit of matting in her fur. Because of this, she had to get a true “pixie cut” a.k.a. “lion cut” and although she may not care for it, we think she’s lovely no matter what’s on the outside! As a senior lady, she spends her days casually strolling from bed to bed and otherwise she just loves curling up and taking plenty of cat naps. Gotta get...

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Will Trump drown in the swamp he created?

By Angelo Lynn Not since President Richard Nixon has the United States faced the prospect of indicting a sitting president, and not since Nixon has a sitting president been implicated in a felony crime. In Trump’s case, this first felony allegation relates to failing to record the payoffs to two women with whom he had sexual affairs while he was married to Melania Trump as campaign expenditures. Those funds, the prosecution found in compiling charges against Trump’s personal lawyer and fix-it-man, Michael Cohen, amounting to hundreds of thousands of dollars and were used to buy their silence ahead of...

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Dogs have their day

Pooches owned the pool at Maple Street last Sunday during the annual farewell-to-summer event hosted by the Essex Jct. Recreation and Parks department. Dogs jumped, paddled and slobbered their way around the pool deck for two glorious hours. Photos by Kyle St. Peter for The Essex Reporter....

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Study to gauge future space needs for depts.

Town and village officials say an upcoming study of the municipalities will help address a status quo that finds departments operating in a sub-optimal environment and could lay the ground work for future municipal construction projects. That’s the goal of an upcoming space needs analysis in which the municipalities are seeking an outside firm to gauge their current facilities and project what they might need 30 years from now – a lengthy timeframe that would give the boards “significant time to obtain voter support for new facilities,” according to a draft request for proposal. Deputy town manager Greg Duggan...

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