IN THE BLACK Scrapbook Paper Gifts
Some ideas for teacher gifts and other gifts that are easy and inexpensive can be made with scrapbook paper. There are many different colors and themes of paper available. At some craft stores you c... Posted on 10/11/11 at 7:39 AM
Many area organizations wouldn't be able to keep going without help from volunteers. If you have a few free hours and are looking for a productive way to spend them, try responding to one of these listings. You'll get as much out of it as the organization does.
Google seeks submissions for its Doodle 4 Google contest. The theme for this year’s doodle is “If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place …” The contest aims to inspire young artists and provide them with the chance to see their work come to life.
Cloquet Senior High School senior Adrianna Pollak received the Donaldson Award on Feb. 15 during the Science Museum of Minnesota’s American Indians in Science event. The award is given to one Minnesota Native American student in grades 7-12 who has shown exceptional achievement and passion for a science, technology, engineering or math-
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Duluth Edison North Star Academy announced Johanna Caskey and Zachary Ross each won first-place ribbons for their projects at the Northeastern Minnesota Regional Science Fair on Feb. 8 and advanced to the state science fair scheduled for March 30 through April 1.
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