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New York City is made up of five boroughs — Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Staten Island.

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Many people in Utah are familiar with the organization EFY, or Especially for Youth, a teen seminar affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Some may also know of AFY — Adventure for Youth.

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We’re looking for teenagers to write stories, take photos and draw illustrations for our weekly TX. teen section, which appears in print and online in the Standard-Examiner.

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Sometimes I get caught up in the surreal nature of the fact that I have graduated. It’s pretty weird to talk to friends from my graduating class, and digest the idea that we are all headed different directions in such a relatively short time.

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About 5 percent of Yellowstone National Park is covered in water; 80 percent of the park is forest.

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Few companies have touched as many hearts in their lifespan as Disney. Many of us remember growing up watching these animated masterpieces that really helped shape our worldview and humor.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to go to youth conference with my church youth group. This year, we went to Camp Williams, a kind of military camp in Bluffdale.

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We’re looking for teenagers to write stories, take photos and draw illustrations for our weekly TX. teen section, which appears in print and online in the Standard-Examiner.

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When the first woman in America applied to enter medical school in 1847, students thought it was a joke. But Elizabeth Blackwell graduated first in her class from New York’s Geneva Medical College in 1849 and opened her own practice.

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One thing that most people can relate to is the appeal of the unknown and the mysterious. This can be seen especially in the love of magicians and magic all over the world.

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I have loved the Harry Potter series since I was in second grade. I’m always amazed how much detail is woven through the stories, particularly in how you can connect that detail to the real world.

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A few months ago, my teacher put on a video demonstrating the difference between e-cigs and cigarettes. The experiment involved taking two jars full of cotton balls and pumping in the substance created by cigarettes into one, and the substance created by e-cigs into the other.

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My mom works as an human resources, or HR, representative at Wasatch Physical Therapy. She’s also a manager, and helps run interviews for potential employees.

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Crayola crayons were first sold in 1903. An eight-pack featured the same colors as today’s boxes — red, green, yellow, blue, brown, orange, purple and black.

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The National Center for Education Statistics reports that in the 2014-15 year, the United States spent $668 billion on elementary and secondary schools. Every year we divert more time, money and resources to our students.

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We’re looking for teenagers to write stories, take photos and draw illustrations for our weekly TX. teen section, which appears in print and online in the Standard-Examiner.

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Five-hundred sixty-five of the nation’s smartest spellers will compete in the Scripps National Spelling Bee beginning Monday, May 27, in National Harbor, Maryland.

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The Congo is the only river that flows both north and south of the equator. It crosses over the equator twice.

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Most people have a high school yearbook. Even if it is sitting in the closet or on the top shelf of the bookcase, no one it throws away. But think back to when you were in school.