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Grand Canyon Education, Inc. (NASDAQ:LOPE) Shares Sold by Pacer Advisors Inc.

Pacer Advisors Inc. lowered its stake in shares of Grand Canyon Education, Inc. (NASDAQ:LOPE – Get Rating) by 25.4% during the third quarter, HoldingsChannel.com reports. The institutional investors owned 78,077 shares of the company’s stock after selling 26,651 shares during the quarter. Pacer Advisors Inc.’s holdings in Grand Canyon Education were worth $6,422,000 at the

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State candidates debate housing, education and the environment in Summit County leading up to November election

The Summit County Senior Center is one of three locations in Summit County open on Election Day, Nov. 2, for in-person voting as well as ballot drop off. The first local debate of the election season took place on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at the Summit County Community and Senior Center. Liz Copan/Summit Daily News archives

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Public Education Foundation accepts scholarship applications

The Public Education Foundation is accepting applications for more than $5 million in college scholarships. Current Clark County high school seniors and college students are invited to apply until Jan. 31. More than 900 scholarships are available. “Hundreds of generous donors within our community are making it possible for our students to pursue their post-secondary

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In Nevada governor’s debate, Trump-backed Lombardo seeks distance from former president

LAS VEGAS — In a wide-ranging and mostly civil debate in Las Vegas, Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak and Republican challenger Joe Lombardo, the sheriff of Clark County, duked it out over education, taxes, inflation and abortion. Notably, they agreed on only one issue: that the 2020 election was not stolen. Asked by moderator Jon Ralston

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Families will save big as child care fees cut as much as $550 more per month

Starting in December, parents in British Columbia will save as much as an additional $550 per month for each child they have in participating licensed child care centres. “Child care is one of the biggest bills many families face each month,” said Katrina Chen, BC’s Minister of State for Child Care. “Cutting child care fees

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