Widow of murdered State Police officer files wrongful death lawsuit The state’s Department of Public Safety is being sued by the widow of State Police Officer Darian Jarrott who was killed during a traffic stop in February. Gabriella Jarrott is claiming her husband died because of the department’s negligence. Ofc. Jarrott was killed in I-10 near Deming by Omar Cueva. According to the lawsuit, Cueva was an extremely dangerous drug trafficker which was known by Jarrott’s supervisors. The lawsuit claims Jarrott’s supervisors didn’t inform him of Cueva’s criminal background and directed Jarrott to do the traffic stop without any
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While the streets steamed with unseasonably brutal weather on Sunday, June 6, the live blues wafting in and around White Street drew crowds closer. Abby Levine on drums and Stacy Werdin on keyboard were hot, hot, hot!
White Street’s closure provided plenty of space for parents, children, neighbors, musicians and artists to get inspired. The Happening! of the Church Street School for Music and Art (CSSMA) was definitely happening!
Located in the former The Flea Theater,
Garron Staten, a seventh-grade teacher from Logan County, has earned West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Above and Beyond Award, which recognizes excellence and creativity in West Virginia teachers.
Staten was honored by WVPB during a Man Middle School assembly where he was presented with a monetary award, our signature Blenko Above and Beyond blue apple paperweight, a certificate of recognition, and a host of other special gifts made possible by the sponsorship of Advantage Technology.
“Thank you sincerely to WVPB for all that you do with education for both students and teachers in this state,” Staten said. “I was humbled to
OGDEN, Utah (KTVX) – Utah is home to many architecturally impressive, historic buildings, but it might come as a surprise that a public high school is one of them.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Ogden High School was constructed in 1937 in the Art Deco style and was the “first million-dollar school” in the United States,” according to the Ogden School District website.
The school was also used as the setting of the 1987 film Three O’Clock High, the site states.
“There’s no other high school like it anywhere, I think,” says Alan
OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Utah is home to many architecturally impressive, historic buildings, but it might come as a surprise that a public high school is one of them.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Ogden High School was constructed in 1937 in the Art Deco style and was the “first “million dollar school” in the United States” according to the Ogden School District website.
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The school was also used as the setting of the 1987 film Three
The county’s first Waldorf education grade school — a curriculum that integrates the arts into academics — will be a charter school.
Alachua County School Board members last week approved the concept for the Constellation Charter School of Gainesville.
The school’s mission, its founders say, is to inspire children to love learning through “academic pursuits, movement, art and nature.”
Music is integrated into the core curriculum. Through grades 1 and 2 students will learn how to play a pentatonic flute. In grade 3 they transition to a diatonic flute while also being introduced to a string instrument such as