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PNS Daily Newscast - November 17, 2017 


The Keystone oil pipeline spills big time in South Dakota; a look at the GOP tax plan and it’s impact on the most vulnerable Americans; and renewed hope for Maine’s Katahdin Woods and Waters national monument.

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Families will be lining up at stores for back-to-school shopping but many low-income parents will be hit hard by the costs, and merchants may not see ...Read More
Full-day kindergarten reaps dividends for kids, and taxpayers, for years to come, according to a recent report from the Economic Opportunity ...Read More
With less than 50 percent of Americans reading books these days, libraries across Nevada are offering Adult Summer Reading Programs to get them back ...Read More
You can't spell respect without E-S-P, as in educational support professional. That's the message today as more than 1,000 ESPs gather in Memphis to ...Read More
More Washington students may get the chance to go to college. The House and the Senate have passed a bill that gives the biggest increase in college ...Read More
The Supreme Court decision eliminating racial integration as a means to seek academic equity has prompted a new strategy in New York -- achieving raci ...Read More
Many New Mexico schools will be back in session next month, but even then, a number of rural districts will still be searching for qualified teachers ...Read More
Less than half of adults in the U.S. read literature. Thousand of kids sign up for summer reading programs every year in this state, and now more ...Read More
A tiny endangered California butterfly with a picky palate has found two new homes. The El Segundo butterfly has shown up at two sites near Los ...Read More
From the 'No Child Left Behind' law to teacher pay and retention, South Dakota delegates had a lot to talk about at this week's national meeting of ...Read More
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