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West Haven Sixth Grader Could Continue To Scripps National Spelling Bee - Hartford Courant;

West Haven Sixth Grader Could Continue To Scripps National Spelling Bee - Hartford Courant

Hartford CourantWest Haven Sixth Grader Could Continue To Scripps National Spelling BeeHartford CourantArin Bhandari, 12, of Carrigan Intermediate School in West Haven won the CT Spelling Bee after correctly spelling the word "onus." Kathleen McWilliamsContact Reporter. West Haven sixth-grader Arin Bhandari is coming home after making it through round ...and more »

One of 6 Minnesotans advances to finals of nationally telecast Scripps Spelling Bee - Minneapolis Star Tribune;

One of 6 Minnesotans advances to finals of nationally telecast Scripps Spelling Bee - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star TribuneOne of 6 Minnesotans advances to finals of nationally telecast Scripps Spelling BeeMinneapolis Star TribuneScripps Eighth-grader Thomas York, of Rochester, is the one Minnesotan to make the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. More. Text size. comment. share · tweet · email. Print. more. Share on: Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ Share on Pinterest.and more »

Leon County speller comes close in spelling bee - Tallahassee.com

Leon County speller comes close in spelling beeTallahassee.com... Ashley White/Democrat)Buy Photo. CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE. NATIONAL HARBOR, MD – Marisa Langley's first trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee did not conclude with a trophy. But it ended with a lot of satisfaction.and more »

Two Tri-State spellers eliminated from Scripps National Spelling Bee - WCPO;

Two Tri-State spellers eliminated from Scripps National Spelling Bee - WCPO

WCPOTwo Tri-State spellers eliminated from Scripps National Spelling BeeWCPOCINCINNATI -- A homophone mix-up knocked and a preliminary test knocked two of Tri-State's best spellers out of competition Wednesday in the 90th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee. Tanvi Rakesh, a fourth-grader at Longbranch Elementary in Florence ...and more »

Urbana eighth-grader misses out on Scripps finals - Frederick News Post (subscription);

Urbana eighth-grader misses out on Scripps finals - Frederick News Post (subscription)

Frederick News Post (subscription)Urbana eighth-grader misses out on Scripps finalsFrederick News Post (subscription)Urbana Middle School student Emma Liu spells a word during the Frederick County Spelling Bee in March. prev. next. Urbana Middle School eight-grader Emma Liu did not advance to the finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee. Emma spelled both of her ...and more »

Speller from Gray nails early words at national bee, but falls a few points short of advancing - Press Herald;

Speller from Gray nails early words at national bee, but falls a few points short of advancing - Press Herald

Press HeraldSpeller from Gray nails early words at national bee, but falls a few points short of advancingPress HeraldNaomi Zarin, 12, of Gray, Maine, correctly spells her word during the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee in Oxon Hill, Maryland, on Wednesday. Associated Press/Cliff Owen. Naomi Zarin, the Maine State Spelling Bee champion from Gray, correctly spelled ...and more »

Williamson student eliminated shy of national spelling bee finals - The Tennessean;

Williamson student eliminated shy of national spelling bee finals - The Tennessean

The TennesseanWilliamson student eliminated shy of national spelling bee finalsThe TennesseanWilliamson County student Sydney Aslan was eliminated from the Scripps National Spelling Bee Wednesday. Aslan made it to Round 3 of the preliminaries, just shy of the finals. "It was really disappointing at first," Aslan said. "But I realized it's an ...and more »

These are the words each state misspells the most, according to Google - NOLA.com;

These are the words each state misspells the most, according to Google - NOLA.com

NOLA.comThese are the words each state misspells the most, according to GoogleNOLA.comThe Scripps National Spelling Bee is underway once again, en route to crown a winner for the 90th time. 291 young spellers from across the country descended on Washington, D.C. to prove their chops at the annual competition and make their home states ...and more »

Two local competitors move to next round in Scripps National Spelling Bee - KFSN-TV;

Two local competitors move to next round in Scripps National Spelling Bee - KFSN-TV

KFSN-TVTwo local competitors move to next round in Scripps National Spelling BeeKFSN-TVLocal spellers that took the stage Wednesday morning for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. (KFSN). KFSN. Wednesday, May 31, 2017 03:29PM. FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --. Local spellers that took the stage Wednesday morning for the Scripps National ...and more »

Meet 2016 Spelling Bee co-champion Nihar Janga - 10News;

Meet 2016 Spelling Bee co-champion Nihar Janga - 10News

10NewsMeet 2016 Spelling Bee co-champion Nihar Janga10NewsImage copyright 2017 Getty Images. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. NATIONAL HARBOR, MD - MAY 26: Spellers Nihar Saireddy Janga (L) of Austin, Texas celebrates as Jairam Jagadeesh ...and more »

Columbia's Kael Miranda eliminated from Scripps National Spelling Bee - Columbia Missourian;

Columbia's Kael Miranda eliminated from Scripps National Spelling Bee - Columbia Missourian

Columbia MissourianColumbia's Kael Miranda eliminated from Scripps National Spelling BeeColumbia MissourianThis story was updated at 4:22 p.m. to say that Kael Miranda was eliminated in the third round of the bee. COLUMBIA — Twelve-year-old Kael Miranda, who just completed seventh grade at Lange Middle School, was knocked out of the Scripps National ...and more »

Madison cracking down on students living outside school zone - AL.com;

Madison cracking down on students living outside school zone - AL.com

AL.comMadison cracking down on students living outside school zoneAL.comRanae Bartlett, president of the Madison City Schools board, and Superintendent Robby Parker speak at a press conference Wednesday on the concern of students living outside the school district attending Madison schools. (Paul [email protected]).and more »

Google makes a list of words Americans don't know how to spell - Kansas City Star

Google makes a list of words Americans don't know how to spellKansas City StarIn honor of the National Spelling Bee, which starts Wednesday, Google decided to see what words people in each of the 50 states struggle to spell. To do this, it looked at Google searches of “how to spell ______” in each of the states from Jan. 1 to ...and more »

Google identifies nation's most misspelled words - KWCH;

Google identifies nation's most misspelled words - KWCH

KWCHGoogle identifies nation's most misspelled wordsKWCHD-i-a-m-o-n-d. That's how you spell "diamond," but according to Google, many Kansans have not figured that out. This week, Google put out a map of America's most misspelled words by state. It's based on "How to Spell" Google searches over the past year.and more »

One Colorado student still in the hunt, another falls in National Spelling Bee - The Denver Post;

One Colorado student still in the hunt, another falls in National Spelling Bee - The Denver Post

The Denver PostOne Colorado student still in the hunt, another falls in National Spelling BeeThe Denver PostFaith Baca of Aurora competes in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. on May 31, 2017. By Mark K. Matthews | [email protected] | The Denver Post. PUBLISHED: May 31, 2017 at 9:42 am | UPDATED: May 31, 2017 at 3:28 pm.and more »

Lexington student aces words in Scripps National Spelling Bee - WKYT;

Lexington student aces words in Scripps National Spelling Bee - WKYT

WKYTLexington student aces words in Scripps National Spelling BeeWKYTWASHINGTON (WKYT) - Joseph Ilagan had his turn in the spotlight. He took the stage at the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Wednesday and passed his first test. Ilagan, who attends Tates Creek Middle School in Lexington, successfully spelled the word ...and more »

Syracuse champ Ava Propper still perfect at Scripps National Spelling Bee - Syracuse.com;

Syracuse champ Ava Propper still perfect at Scripps National Spelling Bee - Syracuse.com

Syracuse.comSyracuse champ Ava Propper still perfect at Scripps National Spelling BeeSyracuse.comOXON HILL, Md. -- A word about entertaining guests couldn't trip up Syracuse spelling champ Ava Propper in her mission to remain eligible for the championship finals of the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee. Propper, 13, an eighth-grader at West ...and more »

Girl,16, charged with fatally stabbing Uber driver - ABC6OnYourSide.com;

Girl,16, charged with fatally stabbing Uber driver - ABC6OnYourSide.com

ABC6OnYourSide.comGirl,16, charged with fatally stabbing Uber driverABC6OnYourSide.comLINCOLNWOOD, Ill. (AP) — A 16-year-old girl was charged Wednesday as an adult with first-degree murder and accused of stabbing her Uber driver to death in suburban Chicago. Lincolnwood police said they responded to a report of a man screaming for ...and more »

The most misspelled words in each state - fox13now.com;

The most misspelled words in each state - fox13now.com

fox13now.comThe most misspelled words in each statefox13now.comWe've made a few corrections to the legend. This is the one to use pic.twitter.com/0Z8fUlzmHc. — GoogleTrends (@GoogleTrends) May 30, 2017. Google has put out a list of the most misspelled words in each state. The word Utahns misspell most often is ...and more »

Fact-checking Google: Can Nebraskans spell 'suspicious'? - Lincoln Journal Star;

Fact-checking Google: Can Nebraskans spell 'suspicious'? - Lincoln Journal Star

Lincoln Journal StarFact-checking Google: Can Nebraskans spell 'suspicious'?Lincoln Journal StarNebraskans — at least the whip-smart folks on P Street whose lunchtime walks I rudely interrupted Wednesday — seem to have no trouble spelling "suspicious," even out loud and with a reporter shoving a notebook and pen in their faces. Yet Google ...and more »