The California National Guard will help at test sites as demand exceeds capacity

As a new sign that coronavirus testing capacity is beyond its limits, the state will be deploying National Guard members to 50 test sites across California, including six in San Diego County. The locations in Linda Vista, Chula Vista, El Cajon, Escondido, National City and Oceanside will each host two …

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Children’s mental health needs are growing – and care can be hard to find: shots

As students return to school this year, the mental health issues related to the pandemic will increase. Cavan Images RF / Getty Images Hide caption Toggle caption Cavan Images RF / Getty Images As students return to school this year, the mental health issues related to the pandemic will increase. …

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Love of work drives the union leader’s career | News, sports, jobs

OBSERVER Photo Doug Stock sits at a table full of honors and awards in his Fredonia home. Commendations, honors, and plaques surrounded Doug Stock as he sat in the kitchen area of ​​his home in Fredonia earlier this week. Although early Tuesday evening his attention was soon drawn to a …

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UTEP is focused on re-enrolling stop-outs with a $ 3 million grant from the US Department of Education

The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) is working to help students struggling to graduate with a $ 3 million scholarship from the U.S. Department of Education. The multi-pronged effort focuses on the reintegration and re-enrollment of undergraduate students who have suspended enrollment for a semester or more, also …

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Hurricanes first female mayor, new councilors sworn in – St George News

HURRICANE –There was poetry, prayer and patriotism in the Hurricane City council chambers on Monday as new mayor Nanette Billings and new councilors David Hirschi and Kevin Thomas took their oath of office. Hurricane Mayor Nanette Billings Hugs New Councilor Dave Hirschi As Councilors Kevin Thomas and Joseph Prete sit …

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Governor Ivey announces the launch of the Alabama-US corridor

Phase one will benefit Port of Mobile, Etowah, Jefferson, Shelby, and Washington / Mobile Counties MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey announced Tuesday the creation of the A-USA Corridor, a planned $ 231.6 million railroad project to modernize economic development infrastructure in central and southern Alabama. “Working with Port in Mobile …

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“Year of Unprecedented Change”: The Long Valley Police Chief

LONG VALLEY, NJ – As Washington Township penetrates into 2022, the police chief thanked residents, businesses and groups while looking back at all of the extraordinary circumstances local police faced in 2021. He called the year “an unprecedented change in terms of policy and legal revisions, procedural updates, attorney general …

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Insurance

The insurance industry has been investing in artificial intelligence (AI) for some time. In fact, AI in insurance could be considered relatively mature, at least at a basic level. Features like chatbots and AI-driven analytics are well established in the field. But with each passing year, the level of sophistication …

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New Director: Rebecca Matthews – Announcements

New director: Rebecca Matthews ARoS Aarhus Art Museum Aros Allé 2 8000 arhusDenmark Hours: Tuesday-Friday 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 10 am-5pm T +45 87 30 66 00 [email protected] ARoS is pleased to announce the appointment of Rebecca Matthews as Director of the ARoS Aarhus Art Museum. Rebecca Matthews led Denmark’s …

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“There is no more money”: Covid crisis leaves Sri Lanka on the verge of bankruptcy | Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka faces a deepening financial and humanitarian crisis and fears it could go bankrupt in 2022 as inflation soars to record levels, food prices skyrocket and coffers empty. The government collapse, led by the powerful President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, is caused in part by the immediate effects of the Covid …

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