Installations challenge humanity to loosen their grip on the planet

A series of dramatic maps, draped like tapestries across the walls of the main ballroom of the historic Sinel de Cordes palace in Lisbon, Portugal, depict the myriad ways that humans have carved—highways, railroads, shipping lanes, power lines, undersea cables, etc.—the earth to tame and exploit. Characterized by a dense …

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Global Economic Outlook Report: Impact of War in Ukraine – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–That “Global Economic Outlook: Effects of the War in Ukraine” Report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The global economy is expected to see slower growth and higher inflation amid the war in Ukraine and the imposition of economic sanctions on Russia. The main impact channels would be accelerated energy …

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Overcoming the Eczema Stigma: Effects, Types, and Resources

Eczema is a chronic skin condition that affects approximately 7.5% of Americans. Although most cases of eczema are considered mild, people with moderate or severe cases often experience a poor quality of life due to symptoms such as redness, swelling, and itching; poor self-esteem; and the stigma that comes with …

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City of Pasadena announces new police chief

PASADENA, Calif. — After a robust and inclusive selection process, City Manager Miguel Marquez has announced the appointment of Eugene Harris as Pasadena Police Commissioner effective January 3, 2023. Chief Harris has served as the City of San Gabriel Police Commissioner since 2016. He is also President of the Los …

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Dog owners in Las Vegas claim online pet sitting app is responsible for dog loss

LAS VEGAS, NV (KTNV) – The holiday season is upon us. For many, that means traveling out of town and leaving our furry family members behind. But before you book a boarding house for your pet, 13 Investigates warns families looking for a pet sitter online. “He loves people and …

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Abramowicz and Aguilar win bronze on day two of UGA Invite

ATHENS, Ga. – Florida State’s #19/24 Swim and Dive Teams continued to compete in the Georgia Invite at Gabrielsen Natatorium. “We had a great day,” said FSU head coach Neal Stud. “I thought overall we had some good swims and we have a great vibe. Everyone supports their teammates and …

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“COP27 has not solved the problems. It matters what happens next.

The recent floods in Pakistan were a topic of discussion at this year’s COP27 We still have a huge problem to solve. Climate change is not going away and reports show there is a 50/50 chance that global temperature rise will exceed the 1.5°C threshold by 2030. I’m an optimist, …

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Valley News – The Fair for affordable energy resources provides information and helps reduce costs

Published: 11/17/2022 22:20:47 Modified: 2022-11-17 22:20:48 WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — As the Upper Valley enters a costly heating season, a group of nonprofits will host what it calls the Affordable Energy Resources Fair on Saturday. The free event, co-hosted by Vital Communities, Efficiency Vermont’s Button Up Campaign and Listen Community …

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Morgan named semifinalist for Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year Award

University of Minnesota quarterback Tanner Morgan was named a semi-finalist for Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year today. Morgan is one of 20 semifinalists for the award and is a semifinalist for the second year in a row. Now in its sixth year, the award is the first college …

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Read between the lines on insurance premium tax – and why it shouldn’t be in the news this month

Raising the IPT rate again is the wrong move in a livelihood crisis. As the public, under the influence of inflation, seeks to cut costs wherever possible, every item of expenditure in the household treasury is checked for value. With known pressures from utility bills and food inflation, households are …

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The City provides informational sessions and resources to Hingham residents seeking mental health-related help

For Immediate Release HINGHAM – Executive Health Officer Susan Sarni and Community Crisis Response Clinician Aileen Walsh would like to share resources available for mental health issues with members of the Hingham community. Aspire Health Alliance will hold a special face-to-face meeting for adult residents (ages 18 and older) seeking …

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SMTD’s technical director has a long history with Pokémon

As the COVID-19 pandemic sent the nation into quarantine, people dived into hobbies and activities to help them cope with lockdown isolation. Richard Lindsay, technical director of university productions and lecturer in drama at the School of Music, Theater & Dance, found his outlet in Pokémon Go. As often as …

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Students appointed to the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council

LINCOLN — One way the Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is supporting the next generation of agricultural leaders is through the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council (NAYC), a group of college students who work together to share their passion and knowledge of agriculture to share condition with young people around the …

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Vilsack highlights USDA climate initiatives and investments at COP27

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT, November 12, 2022 – At the United Nations Climate Change Conference 2022 (COP27) this week, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack highlighted the US Department of Agriculture’s initiatives and investments in climate-friendly agriculture and forestry, noting that global food security depends on the skills of farmers and producers …

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Local Advocates, Researchers Fight Alzheimer’s Disease | Regional News

LARAMIE — November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, a time when advocates work to spread the word about a disease that for many is still shrouded in uncertainty. For members of the Wyoming chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, the work has multiple goals: to help provide research and resources for people …

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Scout leader Edward Basar dies in Walled Lake, aged 82

Edward John Basar II, a retired Detroit physical education teacher and popular Boy Scout leader, inspired generations of boys – and more recently girls – to attain the highest rank in Boy Scouts, Eagle Scout, and cheered them on with his catchphrase: “You have to believe!” Mr. Bazaar, as his …

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On the frontlines of the pandemic

Ashley Bayne, assistant director of public health, recalls and documents the Herculean effort led by UND Ashley Bayne, associate director of the UND public health program, says there was no question what she had to do when UND received the call for …

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12 ways to make friends in midlife and beyond

Source: Image by Stockvault/Pixabay, CCO. Conventional wisdom holds that making friends gets harder as you get older. Is that true? It’s not a trivial question. Friendships are an important indicator of happiness and longevity in old age. A strong social network reduces the risk of early death by about 45 …

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Heidi Straughan – Agent magazine from Atlanta

With over eight years of experience behind her, Heidi Straughan has found her home at Keller Williams Chattahoochee North after a long and successful career as the owner of her own home staging company. Always pushed into real estate by her husband, who has been a real estate developer for …

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Gov. Abbott Expands State Response, Recovery Efforts After Severe Storms Hit Northeast Texas | Texas Governor’s Office

November 5, 2022 | Austin, Texas | press release Gov. Greg Abbott today extended the state of Texas’ response and recovery efforts following severe storms in northeast Texas throughout Friday and overnight into Saturday. Earlier this week, the governor directed the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) to deploy state …

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Fall 2022 MBCC Program Highlights Recipients

Montana Board of Crime Control The Montana Board of Crime Control is pleased to announce the recipient of the fall 2022 program highlights: Hi-Line Help for Abused Spouses, Inc. The goal of Hi-Line’s Spouse Abuse Assistance is to provide each victim with a resource, a safe place, and emergency …

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The National Farm Census kicks off this month which is key in providing vital information on farming and farming in Michigan, USA

LANSING — The United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) this month initiated the 2022 agricultural census for Michigan’s 46,000 producers, as well as the approximately three million U.S. producers. The USDA will be mailing survey access codes to producers across the country in late November. …

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Clearwater Valley News: Regional Craft Fairs for the Month of November | community

CLEARWATER VALLEY – Fall high school sports are ending and winter sports are beginning. Over the weekend, four cross-country runners from the Valley competed in Saturday’s State 1A Finals in Lewiston. CVHS’ Evelyn Ward placed 49th out of 62 runners. Dayton Mitzkus and Wyatt Anderberg from CVHS and Charlee Denmark …

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Amid the education debate in the Kansas gubernatorial race, school choice is key

Education has dominated the governor’s race between Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly and her Republican challenger, Attorney General Derek Schmidt. Both sides have grappled with a range of issues, from COVID-19-induced lockdowns in Kansas schools to whether transgender athletes should be able to compete in interscholastic girl sports. But both campaigns …

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Cholera cases, deaths in Haiti amid fuel and water crisis

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) – The sun shone down on Stanley Joliva as medical staff at an outdoor clinic hovered around him, pumping air into his lungs and giving him chest compressions until he died. Nearby, his mother watched. “Only God knows my pain,” said Viliene Enfant. Less than an hour …

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Jimmy Wright receives the Governor’s Award for founding First Recovery High School in the Triangle

Seeing a child struggle with alcohol or other drug addictions can be heartbreaking for parents. Jimmy Wright, director of operations and planning at Campus Enterprises, knows this feeling very well. He and his wife Leah experienced it with one of their sons. “When we went through that, it was very …

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Consequences of non-compliance with the housing element | guest perspectives

Jeremy Levin Most cities in San Mateo County are unnecessarily risking their local governments on land use issues because their leaders do not understand the requirements of the state housing planning law. Every city in the Bay Area is updating its Housing Element, a local plan to create new housing …

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Are you struggling to demonstrate your value as a board member? Developing… – Women of Influence

By Kristi Honey On May 21, 2022, a devastating tornado made landfall in the Ontario community of Uxbridge, with wind speeds that could uproot trees, down power lines and rip roofs off buildings. Within minutes, the community emergency response center was activated, putting into action plans we had only practiced …

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Mayor’s Office – News – Articles – October 2022 – New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund Announces Library Partnership, Program Statistics and Upcomi

October 25, 2022 | Out of City of New Orleans New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund announces library partnership, program statistics and upcoming Elevation Series NEW ORLEANS — Mayor LaToya Cantrell will join the New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund (NOTCF) at the New Orleans Public Library (NOPL) on Wednesday, …

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Medical Notes: October 24, 2022

NAMI online/phone support group AGAWAM – The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI-WM) of western Massachusetts wishes to inform the public that NAMI Connection Recovery Support Groups have resumed in a virtual format. Mondays, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Access online with Zoom: https://us02web.zom.us/j/88206475051; Access by phone, 646-558-8656, Meeting ID: …

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Interfaith Events Promote Gun Safety, Spiritual Connections | local religion

Clergy representing many denominations from the St. Louis area will attend the vigil Save Children’s Lives at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday 25 October 2022to collectively mourn over 100 children who have died of gun violence in the St. Louis area over the past four years. The vigil will be held at …

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New program offers hotline support for hurricane survivors

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — A newly released program called Hurricane Ian Support Line is helping survivors of the storm that battered southwest Florida. It brings together local people who made it through Hurricane Michael with survivors of Hurricane Ian. Even though it only launched this week, they already have …

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Update of program to improve military access, mobility and security

Colorado Springs – The Colorado Department of Transportation and contractor SEMA Construction will temporarily close the southbound ramp at exit 132B of I-25. The night closure is planned Wednesday night, October 26 and Thursday night, October 27 from 7:00 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. to allow crews to run a new …

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Democrat Hillary Scholten highlights crossover support with the Republicans for Scholten group

GRAND RAPIDS, MI — Two years ago, former Republican state representative and Kent County sanitation commissioner Bill Byl cast his vote for Peter Meijer in the race for West Michigan’s 3rd congressional district. Byl, who considers himself a “small C conservative,” chose to endorse Meijer over Democrat Hillary Scholten in …

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Voters decide on the county’s Affordable Housing Bond proposal

By Charles Elmore Less than a month before the voting decision on Tuesday, November 8, Wellington Village Council heard a presentation on a plan that would require Palm Beach County voters to approve a bond issue to help developers build homes for the increasingly expensive to help the nascent middle …

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Investigation of formula purchases in the United States questions labeling practices

Many US formulas included substitute carbohydrates such as corn syrup or table sugar A new study by researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center found that much of the infant formula sold in the United States is lactose-restricted, even though it’s not medically necessary for most families. The sugars …

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Moonbox Productions presents the Tony Award-winning play TORCH SONG December 2-23

Winner of numerous IRNE and Elliot Norton Awards, Moonbox Productions presents Harvey Fierstein’s Tony Award-winning play Torch Song, directed by Allison Olivia Choat. Torch Song, starring Peter Mill as Arnold Beckoff and Bobbie Steinbach as Ma Beckoff, opens December 2nd and runs through December 23rd at the BCA Calderwood Pavilion …

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Bahá’ís arrested for inciting “riots” and protests

Source: iranwire.com Kian Sabeti One of the world’s youngest religions, the Baha’i faith was founded in Iran in the 19th century, but its adherents have long been persecuted in the country, particularly since the founding of the Islamic Republic. Dozens were arrested, imprisoned and attacked. As recently as July, several …

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The US Government Publishing Office (GPO) names the Indiana State Library the 2022 Federal Depository Library of the Year

Of the U.S. Government Publishing Office: The US Government Publishing Office (GPO) names Indiana State Library as the 2022 Federal Depository Library of the Year. The library was selected for its excellence in promoting and preserving government information and for its programs that increase awareness and literacy of government information. …

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Go to fight Alzheimer’s

MIDLAND, Texas (KOSA) — West Texans rallied at the Cimarex Pavilion to fight Alzheimer’s and dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is a degenerative brain disease and the most common form of dementia, and over 55 million people worldwide are living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. When someone has Alzheimer’s, they …

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The Lemon Grove election could shake up the power struggle-plagued council

lemon grove — Lemon Grove’s upcoming municipal council election will be in part a referendum on whether residents trust current leaders and their judgment, or whether they want new votes backed by vocal East County city critics. Two seats are up for grabs on the five-member council administering a $18 …

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Wisconsinites ages 5 and older are now eligible for updated COVID-19 boosters

MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is urging Wisconsin residents to get an updated COVID-19 booster shot and their annual flu shot ahead of the upcoming holiday season. People can safely get their COVID-19 vaccines and other vaccines at the same time, including the annual flu vaccine. …

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Tester holds second City Hall in Montana since pandemic broke

About a hundred people attended an in-person town hall Friday held by Democratic US Senator Jon Tester in Helena to ask questions about veterans’ affairs, health care, voting rights and politics in general. The forum, held at Helena College, was the second tester forum to be held in Montana this …

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Oswego Town Rural Cemetery Hosts 7th Annual Ghost and History Storytelling Tour

October 14, 2022 Tales of local legends and spirits will return with a live performance when SUNY Oswego’s Storytelling Course presents Year 7 Oswego Town Rural Cemetery: Ghost and History Storytelling Tour at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 29. Professor Jonel Langenfeld from the SUNY Oswego Theater Department directs the …

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MLGW President resigns as controversy over new leadership continues

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – The President and CEO of Memphis Light, Gas and Water is stepping down Friday after nearly five years of service. Current MLGW President and CEO JT Young will bid farewell to Mid-South Friday when he travels to Florida to work for a utility company. The search …

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The Swiss National Bank makes another big move on the fed-swap line

Oct 13 (Reuters) – The Swiss National Bank withdrew nearly $6.3 billion from the US Federal Reserve’s currency swap line facility this week, about double the amount a week earlier, New York Fed data released on Thursday showed . The SNB on Wednesday withdrew $6.27 billion in US currency for …

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OFSI fines wine industry for violating financial sanctions // Cooley // Global law firm

On September 27, 2022, the Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation (OFSI) announced this imposed a £30,000 fine on a UK registered company for violating the Ukraine (European Union Financial Sanctions) (No. 2) Regulations 2014 and the Council Regulation (EU) No. 269/2014 (Misappropriation of Ukraine and Human Rights), as …

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FirstHealth breast cancer patient sees life through rose-colored glasses

Elsa Pioquintoricardez pictured with Kimberly McNeill, FirstHealth’s Oncology Nurse. Photo by FirstHealth It’s difficult not to be happy around Elsa Pioquintoricardez, who lives in Southern Pines. Her ever-present smile and infectious laugh exude joy and perfectly conceal her troubled past and recent battle with breast cancer. Elsa, a patient at …

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AllianceBernstein Announces Erin Bigley as Chief Responsibility Officer

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE., October 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AllianceBernstein Holding LP (NYSE: AB) and AllianceBernstein LP, a leading global investment management and research firm, announced today Erin Bigley was appointed as the company’s Chief Responsibility Officer. “Erin has served at AllianceBernstein as an integral and incredibly effective leader of our fixed …

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New AVEVA study shows that 8 in 10 (84%) multinational industrial companies make important decisions without important data

The industrial sector is demanding more accurate information to deal with the growing challenges of economic uncertainty, unstable geopolitical environment, historical labor shortages and disrupted supply chains. LONDON, October 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — AVEVAa global leader in industrial software, today announced the results of a new global study that found …

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On the Pennsylvania campaign trail, the doctor will see you now

“This is the first time I’ve really seen the medical community getting this active,” said Lisa Goldstein, a child psychiatrist who has been performing mini-ops from her garage in the Philadelphia suburbs for the past few years. “Doctors are usually very cautious in their public lives, but that feeling doesn’t …

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Making Progress Cancer Reflections: Fighting the “Big C”

Published: 09.10.2022 13:00:27 Modified: 09.10.2022 13:00:16 Cancer is a word that our family and friends have sadly heard forever. Cancer, or “The Big C” as we often call it, has stolen my time with loved ones for as long as I can remember. From a young age I felt helpless. …

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Interim Hockey Canada Chair Andrea Skinner announces her resignation

support for survivors If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence and needs support, you can find province-specific centers, hotlines and services in Canada here. A list of resources and references is provided for readers in America here. Andrea Skinner has tendered her resignation as interim chair of …

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New federal incentives for diversity in clinical trials

In June 2022, the US House of Representatives passed legislation aimed at increasing the diversity of populations participating in clinical trials of new drugs. Under this bill, trial sponsors would need to submit a diversity action plan — including goals for trial enrollment by demographic and steps to achieve those …

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Bentley resigns from RLB

Anne Bentley In addition to being a Board Member of RLB UK and Global Board Director, Anne Bentley has been a prominent figure in numerous industry organizations including the Construction Industry Council and the Construction Leadership Council. Commercial and Technical Director Mark Weaver, who already sits on the UK Board, …

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Statements by Speaker Adrienne Adams, Councilor Marjorie Velázquez, Rafael Salamanca, Chair of Land Use, and Kevin Riley, Chair of Zoning and Franchises, on the vote on the rezoning of Bruckner Boulevard

“New York City is facing a dire housing crisis that needs to be addressed with urgency and action,” he said Narrator Adrienne Adams. “Council is committed to being part of the solution by approving sound housing projects that increase the availability of affordable housing, and today’s votes in committee are …

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Man arrested for alleged text message fraud involving data theft

Editor’s note: Arrest Vision and a replay of the press conference with Assistant Commissioner Justine Gough are available through Hightail. A 19-year-old man from Sydney has been charged with allegedly attempting to use stolen Optus customer details in an SMS extortion scam. The Rockdale man is scheduled to appear in …

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Disaster Recovery Center Open for First Full Day of Operations in Fort Myers

FORT MYERS, Fla. – Survivors of Hurricane Ian visited the Lakes Regional Library in Fort Myers, Fla., on Wednesday to take advantage of resources provided by FEMA, the state and insurance companies at the Disaster Recovery Center. The longest queue at the center was to speak to a FEMA emergency …

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Wave of Light Events Honor Pregnancy and Infant Loss | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy Attendees at the International Wave of Light 2021 event at MyMichigan Medical Center Midland created bespoke luminaria to honor families who had lost a child. MIDLAND – Each year, more than one million families in the United States experience a miscarriage, stillbirth, or death …

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Pranav Arora has been named to the Forbes Business Council, an invitation-only community for successful entrepreneurs and executives

Pranav Arora Forbes “I’m thrilled to be joining the Forbes Business Council. I look forward to sharing my thought leadership on Forbes.com and learning from my peers. Boca Raton, Florida (PRWEB) October 04, 2022 Pranav Arora, a successful entrepreneur, investor and venture capitalist, has been named to Forbes Business …

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Hillsborough County – Disaster relief resources available for residents affected by Hurricane Ian

Posted October 1, 2022 | 11:06 a.m Hillsborough County residents affected by Hurricane Ian are eligible for individual disaster relief from FEMA. Residents can easily access federal disaster relief through the Mobile FEMA App available in the Apple App Store or on Google Play. The app allows residents to …

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Kinship Families Coalition of Kentucky: Recognizing the continuing importance of nurturing kinship

It is important to continue to raise the voices of relatives and fictional relatives to ensure that the children in their care have every opportunity to grow into successful and prosperous Kentucky citizens even as Kinship Care Month draws to a close. Kinship and fictional family caregivers continue to advocate …

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A proclamation for National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, 2022

While our nation has made significant strides in addressing domestic violence by responding to the stories and leadership of brave survivors, and through advocacy and legislative action, domestic violence in America remains all too common. During National Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, we continue to shed light on the …

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AG Derek Schmidt announces grants for organizations in the Wichita area

KANSAS, Sept. 28 — TOPEKA — (September 28, 2022) — Nine organizations in the Wichita area have received more than $404,000 in grants to provide services to crime victims, announced Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt , known today. The grants were awarded in support of the following programs: Sedgwick County …

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Diversity Defines Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council Event

Share this story Posted 8 seconds ago Photo credit above: A centerpiece at the Greater Kansas City Interfaith Council’s largest annual event. (Courtesy of Irene Gallegos) After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people of faith flocked to attend this year’s Table of Faiths event hosted by the …

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Ukraine Crisis – Situation Analysis (09/23/2022) – Ukraine

Attachments summary conflict If Ukrainian forces can hold the significant areas they have reportedly recaptured in recent weeks, or indeed continue to be successful, more areas are likely to be accessible for humanitarian aid. The reclaimed areas were characterized by widespread UXO and mine contamination, as well as significant damage …

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How dealing with unresolved family conflicts can lead to a brighter future

Radical or life-changing ones, such as migrating to a distant country, marrying someone from a different culture, or renouncing one’s culture or religion of origin, are not always based on a person’s current desires or considerations. Sometimes such personal decisions are unconsciously influenced by an unresolved family issue or trauma. …

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District 3 Board of Supervisors Candidates Forum is scheduled for September 27th

through Contributed Content on September 26, 2022 Thrive Alliance and Choose Children, in partnership with other nonprofit organizations, are hosting a District 3 Board of Trustees Candidate Forum on Tuesday, September 27 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m registration is specified. The San Mateo County Board of Supervisors oversees the …

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With winter approaching, will Putin’s “partial mobilization” help Russia win the war in Ukraine?

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s recent announcement of a “partial mobilization” of 300,000 Russian troops to fight in Ukraine sounded decisive. It is not. The official position, fleshed out by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, was that the new Russian conscripts would be recruited from among those with previous military experience and …

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The 12 Most Disturbing Moments in It Follows Ranking

It Follows opens in a sunny suburban neighborhood. Then a young woman named Annie bursts out of her house and sprints down the street. Screaming horror music plays. She’s clearly running from something, but nothing seems to be chasing her. Annie pauses and looks back at the house, waiting for …

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Pierre residents Scott and Julia Jones, Stephanie Judson will be recognized for philanthropic efforts next week

Three Pierre residents are on this year’s list of honorees from the South Dakota Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. Pierre’s Scott and Julia Jones are recognized as Outstanding Philanthropists 2022. The couple have made pledges to 44 nonprofit organizations, run multiple campaigns, and served on countless boards. Additionally, …

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Clery Law | Miles College

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy & Campus Crime Statistics Act The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act of 1998 requires the distribution of an annual security report to all current students, faculty and staff. The Annual Safety Report provides statistics for …

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Alexander Joseph Anderson | News, Sports, Jobs

COLUMBUS – Alexander Joseph Anderson (aka our Superman hero), aged 34, died on September 1, 2022 of complications from muscular dystrophy and complications caused by contracting COVID 19. Born on May 25, 1988, Alex has lived most of his life in the East Liverpool and Wellsville …

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MyMichigan Health names new President and CEO

SAGINAW, MI – Six months after the unexpected death of Diane Postler-Slattery, MyMichigan Health has a new director and CEO. According to a MyMichigan Health press release, the Board of Directors of MyMichigan Health has appointed Dr. Lydia A. Watson Named Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Effective December …

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Here are the key lines you may have missed from Tuesday’s official speeches

US President Joe Biden arrives in New York City on Tuesday. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images) President Biden is expected to build on his administration’s push to reform the United Nations Security Council in the face of flagrant violations of the UN Charter by one of the council’s permanent members: Russia. “The …

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Justice Department Announces More Than $246 Million in Grants to Tribal Nations | GRANDPA

The Department of Justice announced today that it will award more than $246 million in grants to Alaskan Native American and Native American communities to improve public safety and help victims of crime. The announcement coincides with the 17th annual tribal government-to-government consultation on violence against women being held Sept. …

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Sleep Deprivation or Narcolepsy? UAE doctors say rare diseases go undetected

Doctors in the United Arab Emirates say a rare sleep disorder that causes a person to suddenly fall asleep at inappropriate times is going undetected in the country as it marks World Narcolepsy Day – an annual day of awareness to bring overlooked life into to take the limelight. Change …

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Texas Tech project to combat misinformation in Hispanic communities

LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) – Three Texas Tech faculty members are trying to combat the misinformation and disinformation among the Hispanic population. They are trying to understand why the Hispanic community lacks so many sources of information compared to other communities. Lucinda Holt is an Assistant Professor of Practice at Texas …

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One year in prison: We stand by #Xuebing

China must protect the rights of imprisoned human rights defenders Huang Xueqin and Wang Jianbing ISHR regrets that today marks a year of disappearance and imprisonment for two young Chinese defense lawyers. But we are inspired by their work and the spirit of solidarity among all those behind Xuebing. “This …

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Successful Midland mayors work in partnership with community leaders and members

What exactly is the role of the mayor? Please also describe your vision for the city and offer three things you would like to achieve by the end of the semester The Mayor’s primary role is to provide visionary and strategic leadership to the city in collaboration with the City …

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Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves says it’s a “great day not to be in Jackson amid the water crisis.”

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) said Friday it was, as always, “a great day not to be in Jackson,” the capital, which has been facing a water crisis after Pearl River flooding damaged its water system . The big picture: Reeves made the comments while speaking in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It’s …

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What was the motive for serial killers Carol M. Bundy and Doug Clark?

Shortly after Doug Clark met Carol Bundy at a local country bar, he moved into the apartment she shared with her two sons from a previous marriage. Los Angeles Magazine writes that Clark Bundy confessed his most depraved sexual desires shortly thereafter. Her first known act was molesting the 11-year-old …

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Where there is loss there is hope

Loss is an inevitable part of life. To be alive means to face both ordinary and extraordinary losses. Sometimes losses are expected. In other cases, the loss comes as an unwelcome surprise. My own mother was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer 17 years before she died. Over the years, …

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Word over the weekend: This could trigger the next financial crisis, and these are the most – and least – vulnerable housing markets if the US goes into recession

By Andrew Keshner The best personal finance stories of Friday Hello market watchers. Don’t miss these top stories. At the weekend it was said: This can trigger the next financial crisis Also, a preview of the Federal Reserve’s next steps to fight inflation and a painful warning from FedEx. Continue …

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Tragic details about Doris Day

Doris Day came from a broken home when her father left her family when she was 12 TCM. In her autobiography “Doris Day: Her Own Story”, She wrote that her early memories of her father were of a “staid German fanatic”. Still, even after her father left she could never …

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Positive newborn genetic screening in Pompe worries mothers Interview study shows insecurity for the future of parents of LOPD children

In an interview study, mothers of children who test positive for Pompe disease in newborn genetic screening programs—and who have been diagnosed with late-stage type, or LOPD—expressed uncertainty about the age of onset of symptoms in their sons and daughters and concerns about the future of their child. Researchers say …

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Mormon Church donates $32 million to UN agency to fight hunger

Mormon Church leaders have announced a $32 million donation to the UN World Food Program Relief Agency to help with the looming global hunger crisis. The agency has previously said that the world is facing a “seismic hunger crisis” after years of the COVID-19 pandemic, global climate changes and the …

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Cambridge City Council holds its first autumn meeting with new city manager Yi-An Huang ’05 | news

Cambridge City Council held its first regular meeting of the autumn on Monday night – the first to be attended by new city manager Yi-An Huang ’05. During the meeting, the council approved nearly $16 million in state and local funding for Cambridge’s Affordable Housing Trust and nearly $4 million …

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US News & World Report ranks UArizona among the top 50 public universities

By Nick Prevenas, University Communications today The University of Arizona received several strong marks in the 2023 US News & World Report Best Colleges Ranking published today. UArizona ranks 105th overall and 48th among public universities. The university ranks 11th among all colleges and universities designated as Hispanic-Serving Institutions. “I …

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WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert Addresses Support for Brittney Griner, New Prioritization Rule, Expansion

Ahead of Game 1 of Sunday’s WNBA Finals between the Las Vegas Aces and Connecticut Sun, Commissioner Cathy Engelbert addressed the media during their annual Finals press conference. As usual, Engelbert addressed a wide range of topics, including the prioritization rule and the expansion of the league. She also reiterated …

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Macedonian judges study judicial ethics in Great Falls

Great Falls is far from the headquarters of international diplomacy. It’s fair to say that the small community on the edge of the Rocky Mountains has little influence on state affairs. And yet this assumption could be wrong. On Friday, a delegation of five young judges from the eastern European …

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Swedes go to the polls in a close election marred by crime and the energy crisis

Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register Social Democrat Prime Minister Andersson faces right-wing opposition Kristersson of the Moderates has allied himself with the Sweden Democrats Campaigns focus on crime, cost of living crisis Opinion polls show a neck-and-neck race between blocks Polling stations close at …

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Texas Produced Water Consortium Reports to Texas Legislature | KLBK | KAMC

The following is a press release from Texas Tech University: LUBBOCK, Texas (PRESS RELEASE) — Tues Texas Produced Water Consortium (TXPWC) released its preliminary findings Thursday (September 1) in a report to the Texas Legislature titled “Beneficial Utilization of Produced Water in Texas: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Way Forward.” Enacted …

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European Midday Briefing: Miners, Oil Majors Help Lift Stocks; Energy crisis debated

MARKET WRAPS Stocks: European stocks posted solid gains on Friday, with investor attention remaining focused on inflation and central bank monetary policy. More hawkish comments on Thursday from Jerome Powell, who said the central bank should not waver in its commitment to aggressively tackling inflation, and the European Central Bank’s …

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How Has Online Learning Impacted College Accreditation?

With universities launching a variety of new virtual learning platforms and expanding their online course catalogs to meet demand for distance learning options, it’s hard to argue that COVID-19 has helped change the way learning is being done Institutions across the US are taking place Remote and online programming has …

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The outbreak of COVID-19 has sparked demand for antimicrobial technologies |

Pandemic-driven innovation is pushing industry to adopt long-lasting antimicrobial technologies, says Frost & Sullivan SAN ANTONIO, September 8, 2022 /CNW/ — The outbreak of COVID-19 has unleashed demand for antimicrobial technologies across sectors, according to recent analysis by Frost & Sullivan, Growth Opportunities for Global Antimicrobial Technologies Enabled by COVID-19. …

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Governor Larry Hogan – Official website of the Governor of Maryland

The Department of the Environment continues to conduct inspections and ensure that the Safe Drinking Water Act is enforcedThe Department of General Services is delivering 37,000 bottles of water to help the city with water distributionDepartment of Emergency Management, facilitating city resource requests, coordination between affected jurisdictions ANNAPOLIS, …

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NDP is asking the Secretary of Sport to conduct a “continuity review” of Hockey Canada

support for survivors If you or someone you know has experienced sexual violence and needs support, you can find province-specific centers, hotlines and services in Canada here. A list of resources and references is provided for readers in America here. NDP MP Peter Julian is calling on the federal government …

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