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The 2017 teacher of the year winner was Palmer High School's Sean Wybrant, shown here hugging two of his three daughters after a ceremony at the school. Candidates for the 2018 award from the Pikes Peak region are Renee Motter, English teacher and head forensics, speech and debate coach at Air Academy High School in Academy School District 20; Wendy Murphy, a second-grade teacher at Woodmen Hills Elementary School in Falcon School District 49; and Christina Randle, a first-grade teacher at Soaring Eagles Elementary School in Harrison School District 2. Gazette file photo.
A "White Lives Matter" rally schedule for Sept. 11 at texas A&M's Rudder Plaza (pictured) has been canceled. Photo courtesy Texas A&M University.
Child Suicide Bullying Lawsuits
FILE - This undated file photo provided by Cornelia Reynolds shows her son Gabriel Taye when he was in second grade. The parents of Taye, who hanged himself from his bunk bed with a neck tie want school officials held responsible, alleging that they tolerated and covered up bullying in their federal lawsuit testing the issue of school liability in such cases. The wrongful death suit filed against Cincinnati Public Schools, its officials and staff at his elementary school cites repeated examples of bullying. However, courts have set “a high bar” for finding schools liable. (Cornelia Reynolds via AP, File)
Up to 400 students attend RAD events every week at the Tri-Lakes YMCA in Monument. Photo by Joel Shannon, YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region
DENVER, CO - JUNE 12: Pinnacle Constructors ironworker Clint Wilhelm grinding before welding steel at 1670 Broadway as the "TIAA building" is refreshing its street presence. The glass atrium is gone, and they're replacing it with a four-story building that will house a ground-floor TIAA retail space, fitness center, expanding dining space for the building's cafeteria and a rooftop deck. June 12, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Joe Amon/The Denver Post)
Everest College is now Altierus Career College, in a rebranding effort that indicates a change in direction. Submitted photo.