Monthly Archives: April 2022

Donna Oleari advocates for people with special needs – The Fort Morgan Times

Donna Oleari quickly became interested in advocacy and special needs education when she learned that her youngest son, Jack, had Down Syndrome. “While you are educating yourself on a subject, you should be teaching others. No one should later be in the same boat as you,” said Oleari, who now …

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Palestinian attackers shoot dead an Israeli security guard in the West Bank

BEIRUT — Lebanese authorities have stopped accepting applications for passport renewals, saying they are unable to keep up with demand as the country’s deepening economic crisis urges people to leave the country. The Lebanese General Security has said it will suspend passport renewals starting this week and that its inventory …

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Amazon and Google close out their worst months on Wall Street since 2008

Getty Images; Chris Ratcliff | Bloomberg | Getty Images Stocks of Amazon and Google parent Alphabet have just completed their steepest monthly declines since the 2008 financial crisis. The internet giants both reported weaker-than-expected quarterly results this week, weighed down by a combination of macroeconomic factors, the war in Ukraine …

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InstaForex Loprais Team debuts in Dakar 2022 game

” The Office: Somehow we manage offers players the opportunity to immerse themselves in iconic moments from the series and connect with their favorite characters like never before,” said Darcy Taylor , Chairman of the Board of ESGG. “Fans of The office will absolutely feel the nostalgia from this new …

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Early Education in Santa Monica: Kindergarten Nuestra Casita

Apr 28, 2022 3:24 p.m by Ivy Chang The early years of life are the best time to ensure a strong future for all Santa Monica children. Early education promotes equal opportunities and is essential for thriving families and communities. Whether children begin care as infants, toddlers, or preschoolers, Santa …

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Nashville Health Care Council names Apryl Childs-Potter as new president

NASHVILLE, TEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Board of Directors of the Nashville Health Care Council announced today that Apryl Childs-Potter has been named the organization’s new President, effective May 16, 2022. Childs-Potter joins the Council from the Greater Memphis Chamber, where she served as chief marketing officer and led the business intelligence and …

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The city’s affordability crisis threatens to price out the creative class

Thursday April 28, 2022 by Chad Swiatecki Leaders in the region’s entertainment and sporting events industries see problems if the city cannot solve the affordability problems that are forcing working-class performers and audiences to relocate to nearby suburbs. Citing the rising cost of living, transportation and other infrastructure issues, panelists …

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The Market Herald’s The Power Play publishes new interviews with Empower Clinics, Metallic Minerals, Power Metals, Ucore Rare Metals, Big Ridge Gold Corp and Sitka Gold

The Market Herald’s The Power Play has announced the release of new interviews with Empower Clinics, Metallic Minerals, Power Metals, Ucore Rare Metals, Big Ridge Gold Corp and Sitka Gold on their latest news The Market Herald’s The Power Play gives investors a quick look at what they need to …

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The LivingWell Cancer Resource Center is opening a location in Warrenville on May 2nd

On Monday, May 2nd, the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, part of Northwestern Medicine, will open a second location in Warrenville. Located in the Keystone Building at 4525 Weaver Parkway, LivingWell offers more than 100 free programs and services to support patients, families and caregivers affected by cancer. “We are very …

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Space Blocks: The Future of International Cooperation in Space

In the last decade there has been a tremendous growth in commercial activity in space. As a result, some scholars see a future for space cooperation driven by shared commercial interests. In this scenario, commercial companies act as intermediaries between states, uniting them behind specific commercial projects in space. However, …

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Drew Action Scholars tackle big problems

Tags: campus life, community service & leadership, homepage, students Drew Action Scholars tackle big problems At the annual Town Hall event, freshmen present plans, actions, and approaches to important issues April 2022 – Drew University Action Scholars explore real-world problems and solutions in the classroom and through their volunteer work. …

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Savannah city leaders are responding to multiple shootings over the weekend

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) — Savannah city leaders say shootings are becoming too common and they are concerned. This weekend began with two injured in a shooting near Savannah State University’s TA Wright Stadium, officials said. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating and officials said no students were involved or …

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Criminal-turned-firefighters find a new life on the front lines

“The worst thing for me was the feeling of letting my family down,” says the 40-year-old married father of four. “That was the hardest part for me. I’m a vendor.” Reyna and his mentors are confident that he will soon be earning a good starting salary as a firefighter, with …

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April 23, 2022NM fire info

Type 1 team takes command tomorrow Start date: April 22, 2022 Because: unknown Size: 4,688 hectares containment: 0% Location: Forest Road 10 and NM Highway 4 about 7 miles east of Jemez Springs evacuations: Sandoval County issued evacuation orders for the Sierra de Los Pinos and other communities near the …

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An open letter to Downey City Council – The Downey Patriot

Dear Mayor Pacheco, Mayor Pro-Tem Alvarez, Councilor Frometa and Councilor Trujillo, We and the community as a whole are very concerned about the current instability at Downey Town Hall. Like you, the four of us are still quite connected to the fabric of our community. Our fellow citizens have many …

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The OPTIONS initiative helps addicts

FARMINGTON — Selected men were introduced Tuesday night, April 12, to Katlyn Johnson, a substance abuse counselor who works with the police department. “She’s an UMF graduate who moved here from somewhere,” said Police Commissioner Kenneth Charles. “She has worked in substance abuse issues for the past four years. She …

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Claimify welcomes Eric Reisenwitz as a strategic advisor

Claimify welcomes Eric Reisenwitz as a strategic advisor Tweet this Reisenwitz was most recently interim president, group protection at Lincoln Financial Group, having previously held a number of senior leadership roles across the company, including product, underwriting, claims and sales management. Additionally, Reisenwitz has held leadership positions at CIGNA, Aetna …

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What Virginia’s new laws reveal about how the natural gas industry sees its future

Natural gas has a moment. The war in Ukraine has highlighted Europe’s heavy reliance on Russian gas and the challenge of replacing it with new supplies from other countries. Suddenly, after talking so much about the need to move away from fossil fuels, the Biden administration wants to expand oil …

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Xander Resources Private Placement Extension

Quebec is a prolific mining jurisdiction due to its Tier One mining status. The jurisdiction hosts high grade mineralization and numerous precious metal showings. In addition, government-supported mining conditions, rich resource networks and a skilled local workforce place Xander Resources in an exceptional position in its mine development and exploration. …

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Inconsistent communications and uncertainty are worrying families of soldiers at Fort Bragg stationed near Ukraine

FORT BRAGG, NC (WTVD) – Concern is mounting as the war in Ukraine continues to rage. For Fort Bragg families with their loved ones on the ground, there is great uncertainty as to how long they will remain there. “The type of event we’re dealing with right now is like …

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Miroculus appoints Mark Lewis as Executive Chairman

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Miroculus, Inc., a developer of revolutionary tools for personal laboratory automation, today announced the appointment of Mark Lewis to Executive Chairman. Mark has been a board member at Miroculus since October 2018. “We are pleased to announce Mark’s new role as Executive Chairman at Miroculus. In addition to …

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Putin says sanctions have failed

The White House reiterated that President Biden has no plans to send US troops to assist Ukraine in its fight against Russia, dismissing comments from a close Senate ally that the administration should consider such a scenario. Responding to comments from Sen. Chris Coons (D, Del.), White House press secretary …

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The US-ASEAN Business Council and the US Chamber of Commerce commend President Biden for inviting ASEAN leaders to the special summit in the United States

WASHINGTON, DC — The US-ASEAN Business Council and the US Chamber of Commerce offer their strong support for the upcoming US-ASEAN Special Summit in Washington, DC on May 12-13, 2022. “The Biden-Harris administration continues to demonstrate its commitment to our ASEAN friends and partners even as it navigates a crisis …

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Sri Lanka declares a 5-day freeze on stock trading due to the crisis

Issued on: 04/16/2022 – 12:14Changed: 16.04.2022 – 12:13 Colombo (AFP) – The Colombo Stock Exchange on Saturday announced a five-day halt to trading after crisis-hit Sri Lanka hiked interest rates and declared a default on its external debt during the traditional Lunar New Year holiday. The market was due to …

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DVIDS – News – The 3rd Annual Information Awards Dinner recognizes Marines and civilians for excellence in the information environment

The Third Annual Marine Corps Association (MCA) Information Awards Dinner, conducted by the Deputy Commandant for Information (DC I), recognized Marines, civilians and units from across the Corps for their superior performance that makes an impact in the Information Environment (IE) , April. 14th, 2022. The Information Awards Dinner recognized …

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Governor Abbott is sending a second migrant bus to Washington DC to protest the end of Title 42

A second group of asylum seekers arrived in Washington, DC Thursday on a chartered bus after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the Texas Division of Emergency Management to transport migrants from Texas to DC This comes just a day after the first bus carrying undocumented migrants from Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela …

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The ceasefire in Yemen offers an opportunity that must be seized: Britain on the UN Security Council

I shall now make a statement in my capacity as representative of the United Kingdom. I would like to begin by thanking Hans Grundberg and Martin Griffiths for your briefings and congratulating you Hans on your phenomenal efforts in brokering a ceasefire. For the first time since 2016, Yemenis will …

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Small Regional Carriers Rank #1 in WCRP’s Annual In-Store Survey

Smaller regional carriers ranked at the top of Wisconsin Collision Repair Professionals’ (WCRP) annual auto insurer rankings, while none of the 10 largest insurers finished in the top third, according to results reported by WCRP. The ranking, announced earlier this month, was based on a survey of WCRP member stores, …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / April 13 update from Vice President, Student Life Jon Dooley

Student Life Vice President Jon Dooley sends out regular email update messages to keep students and parents abreast of the efforts towards a healthy spring semester. Dear students, lecturers and employees, Summary of updates in this message status updates Test and student health resources when the university is closed status …

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Restaurant St. Francis seeks accommodation for Ukrainian refugee family

In keeping with the “spirit of giving and involving,” Peter Burzynski and his family, owners of the Polonez restaurant in St. Francis, are trying to help a family of Ukrainian refugees find a home. Burzynski said his mother saw a Facebook post shared by a family friend and former St. …

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UNC faculty discuss pay inequality and changes in governance

As the university nears the end of the spring semester, its faculty members have continued to discuss important issues and issues — such as privacy, pay inequality, and governance — in recent faculty council and faculty board meetings. Here’s a look at some of those discussions: Faculty salary inequalities On …

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Short term car insurance: is it worth it for you?

Car insurance is no longer just purchased on a yearly basis and recently there has been an increase in short term policies coming to market. These policies come in all shapes and sizes, but they’re usually for people who don’t own a car, but need a vehicle — and insurance …

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Teck provides updated sales and pricing information for Steelmaking Coal

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (“Turquoise Hill” or the “Company”) today provided an update on its review of Rio Tinto International Holdings Ltd.’s unsolicited non-binding offer. (“Rio Tinto”), the Company’s majority shareholder, submitted through a Scheme of Agreement to acquire approximately 49% of the outstanding shares of Turquoise Hill held by …

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DAP’s Chin Tong is Johor’s new opposition leader | Malaysia

Liew Chin Tong of DAP speaks during a press conference in Johor Baru on March 9, 2022. ― Picture by Hari Anggara PETALING JAYA, April 10 – The Johor chapter of Pakatan Harapan (PH) today appointed Liew Chin Tong as the new opposition leader in the Johor State Assembly. His …

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Pressure mounts on Sri Lankan leader to quit as crisis deepens

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) – Thousands of Sri Lankans rallied in the country’s central business district and Christian clergymen marched in the capital to observe a day of protests on Saturday that have called for the indebted nation’s president to resign amid fear and anger bottlenecks were brewing. Demonstrators carrying …

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The LGBTQ Center is hosting an open house at its new Pottstown location

POTTSTOWN – The LGBTQ Center for Better Reading at Family by Choice has announced its first event. The center will be hosting an open house/drop-in on Wednesday, April 13 from 4-7 pm at 301 King St. in Pottstown, Pottstown’s First Baptist Church. The entrance is the door on Charlotte Street. …

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Yemen’s Ansarullah rejects talks in Saudi Arabia, welcomes Hadi’s resignation – world news

When Yemen’s exiled former president officially announces his resignation, the Yemeni resistance movement Ansarullah says the move has deprived the United Nations of its excuse to continue supporting the aggressors in the seven-year Saudi-led war. Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi’s sham government is over, Ansarullah spokesman Mohammed Abdul-Salam said on his …

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The US Embassy is supporting the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology (SJPI) with new resources

On Thursday, April 7, the US Embassy in Bridgetown donated scholarships, study and exam preparation materials to the Samuel Jackman Prescod Institute of Technology (SJPI). US Embassy Public Affairs Officer Larry Socha and SJPI Director Mr Ian Drakes participated in the exchange. The resources are an important complement to the …

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As the cost of living increases, support services expect rates of domestic violence to increase as well

Frontline services fear the rising cost of living will lead to an increase in domestic violence while struggling to meet current demand. Core items: Rising costs of living are making it difficult for people to leave violent situations, a service provider says The topic is particularly challenging in regional and …

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Cotton, Lantry, to chair the St. Paul committee to recommend police chief candidates

A former head of St. Paul City Council and a longtime city resident with ties to the Rondo neighborhood have been named co-chairs of the committee that will nominate candidates for the city’s next police chief. On Wednesday, the St. Paul City Council announced that Kathy Lantry and Sasha Cotton …

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WHO is urging accelerated action to protect human health and address the climate crisis at a time of heightened conflict and fragility

On this World Health Day (7 April 2022), as part of the Our Planet, Our Health campaign, WHO is issuing an urgent call to leaders and all people to accelerate action to maintain and protect health and contain the climate crisis The organization’s founding day, which comes at a time …

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April 20th is the end of school vaccinations

RELEASED: April 5, 2022 Clatsop County Public Health Service is reminding parents that the deadline for meeting annual state school immunization requirements is Wednesday, April 20. For children attending school, kindergarten or childcare, families must provide proof of vaccination by this date. The required vaccinations for children vary – the …

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Meet Allison Carballo and support Ann’s Place on April 27th at The Ridgefield Playhouse

Ann’s Place is pleased to bring back its spring fashion show, On the catwalk – celebrating the survivors at April 27 at the Ridgefield Playhouse. The event will be hosted by the hilarious Christine O’Leary. Now in its 6th year, the models will wear Spring Summer 2022 fashions expertly curated …

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dr Malissa J. Wood is the new Chair of the ACC Board of Directors

Effective today, Malissa J. Wood, MD, FACC, will serve as Chair of the Board of Governors (BOG) of the American College of Cardiology and Secretary of the Board of Trustees. Her term of office is one year from 2022 to 2023. Wood will lead governors from chapters representing all 50 …

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opinion | War crimes charges could help Putin, not hurt him

The truth is, now as in the past, Putin’s regime has been remarkably stable. Moreover, many of the forecasters who are predicting Putin’s demise today have done so before and have fared poorly. When the global financial crisis shattered Russia’s economy in 2008, observers of Russia predicted “the end of …

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Effects of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) on biofuel production shown in the study

WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana – Capturing the interactions between biofuels and agribusiness and their links to other economic activities has been key to a unique study. “This is the first comprehensive review of market drivers and policies for expanding biofuel production in the US to separately examine the economic impact of …

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Tucson Collaborative connects older adults with services, support | local news

Diana Ramos for the Arizona Daily Star By 2034, for the first time in US history, older adults will outnumber children under the age of 18, according to the Census Bureau. “If aging isn’t your problem, it will be,” says Elizabeth Cozzi, senior director of the Elder Alliance in Tucson, …

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The Mattatuck Museum is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the director

WATERBURY – The Mattatuck Museum is celebrating Bob Burns’ 10th year as curator. “Under Burns’ direction, the Mattatuck Museum was reinvigorated and transformed into a cultural destination that became an economic engine and cornerstone for the city,” members said in a statement. “He has once again championed partnerships and community …

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Take Nosh’s reader poll and win $100 worth of groceries

Did you know East Bay Nosh is over nine years old? We wrote our first story in 2012 (it was about Oliveto’s truffle eating) and since then we’ve been publishing thoughtful and original reports with features, news, lists and guides that consider the human and cultural elements of food and …

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