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Immaculate Heart of Mary 3rd Grade students completed a biography bottle project about famous African Americans to celebrate Black History Month. They turned out amazing!

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Northside brewers brew wild yeast beer in former church, now pub By Gail Finke The long history of monks, friars, and beer will have a new incarnation this Lent. Urban Artifact, a Northside microbrewery that specializes in sour beers and beers brewed from wild yeast, debuts its new St. Anthony

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It was Saturday Night Fever at Mercy High School with their Groovy Gala.

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  March 8th-14th: National Catholic Sisters Week Throughout these 7 days we celebrate the great gift of Catholic religious sisters in our Church throughout the history of the United States. Please take the time to say a prayer of thanksgiving for all that these women have done for those in

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Mount Notre Dame High School held its Beautiful Lengths event on Friday, February 10th. A total of 124 girls participated in this event. This hair will be used to make free real-hair wigs for cancer patients across the United States who are going through hair loss. It takes 8-15 ponytails

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The spirit Olympics took place at Badin High School and here is some of the action!

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WASHINGTON—The chairmen of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ (USCCB) Committees on Migration, Religious Liberty and International Justice and Peace, along with the board of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) issued a joint statement expressing solidarity with Christians and all those who suffer in the Middle East. The full statement follows:

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Each year McNicholas High School bring in the penny’s to help scholarships. This year they raised over $5,300.

Several Tuskagee Airman were in attendance at LaSalle's Military Appreciation Day. (Courtesy Photo)
On Monday, February 13, 6 La Salle alumni discussed their military experience with current Government and other social studies classes. The Q&A sessions were approximately 30 minutes and covered topics such as personal experiences in combat, transition between military and home life, and how their military experience affected their home

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Select juniors earn certificates of completion   PRICE HILL, CINCINNATI, OH – Elder High School juniors Jeff Tuttle and Tyler Durr attended the 5th annual Greater Cincinnati High School Leadership & Ethics Seminar on February 3rd. The seminar, sponsored by the West Point Society of Cincinnati, provides select sophomore and junior high