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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 MissourianKael Miranda stands in front of various trophies on April 20, 2016, in his home. Miranda was eliminated from the third round of the national spelling bee on Wednesday. prev. next. Updated Information. This story was updated at 4:22 p.m. to say that ...and more »

Decatur speller goes down in round three in national bee - Herald & Review;

Decatur speller goes down in round three in national bee - Herald & Review

Herald & ReviewDecatur speller goes down in round three in national beeHerald & ReviewRegional spelling bee winner Jake Blackburn will be competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. starting on Tuesday. Blackburn_Jake 2 5.25.17. Buy Now · JIM BOWLING, HERALD & REVIEW. Eighth grader Jake Blackburn is pictured ...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 3:27 pm.and more »

Speller from Gray is perfect in early rounds at national bee - Press Herald;

Speller from Gray is perfect in early rounds at national bee - Press Herald

Press HeraldSpeller from Gray is perfect in early rounds at national beePress 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 »

Local firefighters will have new way to get breath of fresh air - WSET;

Local firefighters will have new way to get breath of fresh air - WSET

WSETLocal firefighters will have new way to get breath of fresh airWSETLEXINGTON, Va. (WSET) -- Firefighters in Lexington and Rockbridge County will soon have a new way to get a breath of fresh air. The Lexington, Effinger and Kerrs Creek Fire Departments will share a new Mobile Air Unit. This comes after they received a ...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 »

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 »

Die-Hard National Spelling Bee Fans Create Fantasy Draft - NBC4 Washington;

Die-Hard National Spelling Bee Fans Create Fantasy Draft - NBC4 Washington

NBC4 WashingtonDie-Hard National Spelling Bee Fans Create Fantasy DraftNBC4 WashingtonConfetti falls over Arvind Mahankali of Bayside Hills, New York after the finals of the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee in National Harbor, Maryland. The biggest fans study the competitors' records for hours, analyzing their statistics and looking ...and more »

Google reveals the most misspelled words in each state - New York Daily News;

Google reveals the most misspelled words in each state - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsGoogle reveals the most misspelled words in each stateNew York Daily NewsMore so than Brett Favre coming out of retirement for the fifth time, Wisconsinites had trouble understanding how to spell their own state's name. (Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images). BY Brian Lisi. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Wednesday, May 31, 2017, 4:04 PM.and more »

This map of America's most commonly misspelled words is jaw-dropping - AOL;

This map of America's most commonly misspelled words is jaw-dropping - AOL

AOLThis map of America's most commonly misspelled words is jaw-droppingAOLJust in time for the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee, Google released a new map revealing each U.S. state's most searched word for its spelling. And some people from Wisconsin have a lot to explain. The company honored the annual spelling bee by ...and more »

The most misspelled words in every state, according to Google - WTNH Connecticut News (press release);

The most misspelled words in every state, according to Google - WTNH Connecticut News (press release)

WTNH Connecticut News (press release)The most misspelled words in every state, according to GoogleWTNH Connecticut News (press release)Just in time for the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee — which started on May 28 and runs to June 4 — Google trends has released a map of “America's Most Misspelled Words.” The map, based on data from Jan. 1, 2017 to April 30, 2017, breaks down the ...and more »

You Won't Believe Some of America's Most Misspelled Words - E! Online;

You Won't Believe Some of America's Most Misspelled Words - E! Online

E! OnlineYou Won't Believe Some of America's Most Misspelled WordsE! OnlineIn honor of the 90th Annual Scripps National Spelling Bee this week, Google Trends released a map showcasing the most commonly misspelled words across America, and let's just say #SMH... The map is based on data collected from January through April ...and more »

Six-year-old girl youngest to compete at the Scripps National Spelling Bee - KABC-TV;

Six-year-old girl youngest to compete at the Scripps National Spelling Bee - KABC-TV

KABC-TVSix-year-old girl youngest to compete at the Scripps National Spelling BeeKABC-TVEdith Fuller, age six, is facing off against competitors more than twice her age at the Scripps National Spelling Bee. (Jacquelyn Martin/AP Photo). kabc. Wednesday, May 31, 2017 12:57PM. Kindergartner Edith Fuller has become the youngest competitor ...and more »

So far so good today for all 6 Minnesotans in nationally telecast Scripps Spelling Bee - Minneapolis Star Tribune;

So far so good today for all 6 Minnesotans in nationally telecast Scripps Spelling Bee - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Minneapolis Star TribuneSo far so good today for all 6 Minnesotans in nationally telecast Scripps Spelling BeeMinneapolis Star TribuneThe national competition has many rounds to go before a champion is determined Thursday night. By Paul Walsh Star Tribune. May 31, 2017 — 2:53pm. Text size. comment. share · tweet · email. Print. more. Share on: Share on LinkedIn Share on Google+ ...and more »

'A Truculent Pride': National Spelling Bee Relies on Quirkiness of English - NBC Bay Area;

'A Truculent Pride': National Spelling Bee Relies on Quirkiness of English - NBC Bay Area

NBC Bay Area'A Truculent Pride': National Spelling Bee Relies on Quirkiness of EnglishNBC Bay AreaDavid Lye of Olathe, Kansas, spells his word during round two of 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center May 31, 2017, in National Harbor, Maryland. Close to 300 spellers are competing in the annual spelling ...and more »

Kids from 6 to 15 savor moments at National Spelling Bee - KIRO Seattle;

Kids from 6 to 15 savor moments at National Spelling Bee - KIRO Seattle

KIRO SeattleKids from 6 to 15 savor moments at National Spelling BeeKIRO SeattleOXON HILL, Md. (AP) - The Scripps National Spelling Bee weeded out the field to the truly elite spellers during Wednesday's grueling preliminary rounds. Each of the 291 spellers got the opportunity to spell two words on stage. Those who didn't misspell ...and more »

Sycamore 12-year-old makes round 3 at national spelling bee - DeKalb Daily Chronicle;

Sycamore 12-year-old makes round 3 at national spelling bee - DeKalb Daily Chronicle

DeKalb Daily ChronicleSycamore 12-year-old makes round 3 at national spelling beeDeKalb Daily ChronicleSYCAMORE – In correctly spelling “ursine,” St. Mary Catholic School seventh-grader Magnus Keswani remained in beast mode this morning at the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.. For those scoring at home along with us, ursine is ...and more »

Can You Spell These 11 Words That Once Won The Scripps National Spelling Bee? - Benzinga;

Can You Spell These 11 Words That Once Won The Scripps National Spelling Bee? - Benzinga

BenzingaCan You Spell These 11 Words That Once Won The Scripps National Spelling Bee?BenzingaAre you watching the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee? If not, you can tune in live on Walt Disney Co (NYSE: DIS) ESPN 3 Thursday for the Finals. Part 1 begins at 10 a.m. ET, and Part 2 is slotted for 8:30 p.m.. The competition brings together ...and more »

National Spelling Bee: Jupiter 8th-grader off to good start - Palm Beach Post;

National Spelling Bee: Jupiter 8th-grader off to good start - Palm Beach Post

Palm Beach PostNational Spelling Bee: Jupiter 8th-grader off to good startPalm Beach Post“I'm more of a memorizer than a speller. I re-arrange the letters in my head. I like to take pictures of words in my brain and remember them,” said David Firestone, the Palm City eighth-grader who also likes math. David, who enjoys video games, wants ...and more »