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  • Put up your dukes, Science Hill High School. Duquesne University is ready to slug it out over the use of the trademarked Duquesne Duke in the high school's new logo.

  • An eastern Tennessee school district will pay Duquesne University $1,000 annually for the next five years for the limited use of an image similar to the university's trademarked "Duke" logo, a district lawyer said today. Lee Patterson, board attorney for Johnson City Schools, said the agreement includes keeping the logo on the Science Hill High School football field for five years, as well as using it on the school's wrestling mats and uniforms. The district eventually will have to spend about $17,000 to replace the football field logo, she said.

  • Twenty one master educators began an intense two-week training program on Monday, Aug. 3. They were nominated by their school divisions in late winter, and selected by the MathScience Innovation Center to be part of the first Nanotechnology Fellows Program, funded by the Altria Group. There are five from Chesterfield County -- Benjamin Barnwell (Meadowbrook High School); Martin Goehle (Matoaca High School); Eric Koontz (Manchester Middle School); Cathleen McCarthy-Burke (Math and Science High School at Clover Hill); and Yvonne Pfluger (Cosby High School); one from Colonial Heights -- Katherine Kelley (Colonial Heights High School); four from Hanover County -- Pamela Gentry, Eileen Malick, Karen Trickett and Jeremy Watts (all from Atlee High School); three from Henrico County -- Jennife...

  • An eastern Tennessee school district will pay Duquesne University $1,000 annually for the next five years for the limited use of an image similar to the university's trademarked "Duke" logo. Lee Patterson, board attorney for Johnson City Schools, said on Wednesday the agreement includes keeping the logo on the Science Hill High School football field for five years, as well as using it on the school's wrestling mats and uniforms. The district eventually will have to spend about $17,000 to replace the football field logo, she said.

  • Buffalo native Ashlee Thomas was recently crowned Miss Howard University in a competition held on the Washington, D.C., campus. The 2009 graduate of Cleveland Hill High School is a sophomore nutritional science/pre-dental major. The daughter of Dr. Edmund and Sandra Thomas of Cheektowaga, is a member of First Shiloh Baptist Church. She will represent Howard in the national Historically Black Colleges and Universities pageant in September in Atlanta. ***

  • CHESTERFIELD - Carlton Smith, a senior at the Math and Science High School at Clover Hill, was elected teen president of the mid- Atlantic region of Jack and Jill of America, a community service organization. The mid-Atlantic region covers Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. CHESTERFIELD - Four Chesterfield County schools were named 2010 Virginia Naturally Schools for their environmental conservation and stewardship: Bettie Weaver Elementary for the third year, Clover Hill High for the third year, James River High for the second year and Robious Elementary for the first year. Across the state, only 52 schools were recognized in this program overseen by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.

  • The Permanent School Facilities Building Committee recently agreed to add $118,000 to a contract to remodel the Jonathan Law High School science labs after accepting the contractor's original bid. Rocky Hill-based Connecticut Carpentry Corp. said it accidentally underbid by $195,000 the $3.1 million contract, and that carrying out the contract as bid would create a financial hardship.

  • LUBEC - , 81, of Lubec, died Saturday, March 15, 2014, at a Machias hospital from complications of Parkinson's Disease. He was born May 19, 1932, in Fall River, Mass., the son of the late Etienne Joachin and Agnes Gagnon Lelievre. He attended St. Anne's School, and local high schools. He was in the first class inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame of Diman Vocational High School. He enlisted in the Army and served two years in Germany during the Korean War era. He studied at Bridgewater State Teachers College, Boston College, Simmons College, and George Peabody College for Teachers. He taught chemistry and other physical science, mostly at the high school level, at Dighton Rehoboth Regional High School in Massachusetts; Parish Hill School in Scotland, East Windsor High ...

  • AUBURN -- Keller Williams Realty Mid Maine announces that Anthony Poulin has joined Meservier & Associates as a listing specialist at the Auburn Market Center, 34 Center St. Poulin grew up in the Androscoggin County area and is a graduate of Oak Hill High School. He received his bachelor of science degree in kinesiology and physical education from the University of Maine. Soon after completing his college education, he pursued a career in real estate. He successfully completed the Maine Real Estate course and earned his Maine real estate license

  • Although the black-painted metal box might appear a little clunky to the untrained eye, El Diablo Rapido was built for speed, not grace or power. Yes, it could have retractable arms to move inflatable balls around the testing field, but that would waste valuable time, James Stephan said. And yet even if the robot fails to accomplish its tasks quickly enough this weekend, Diablo's performance is less important than the opportunity it represents for Capitol Hill High School students, the team leader and science teacher said.

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