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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Yale creates first cabinet role in information technology

Over the summer, University President Peter Salovey created several new leadership roles, including a new position in his cabinet — vice president, information technology — supporting Yale’s commitment to “equip members of our community with the digital resources necessary to teach, learn, and pursue new knowledge.” and solutions to pressing …

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P-EBT for private and non-public students

On August 2, 2022, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved California’s P-EBT state plan for school-age children in the 2021–22 school year (SY). The USDA also recently approved the P-EBT plan for California summer 2022. This notice provides the data collection process for private and non-public schools, eligibility …

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Officials looking at health care options | News, Sports, Jobs

DISCUSSION – Panelists, from left, Jason Edson of Americans for Prosperity, Dr. Integrated Source One Direct Health Care’s Bernard Bubanic and U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Marietta, listen to a question from a viewer Tuesday. – Nancy Johnson MARIETTA — Marietta on Tuesday received a grassroots proposal …

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Didymo algal blooms in the Boardman River

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy has confirmed the presence of didymo (Didymosphenia geminata), a troublesome algae also known as rock snot, in a section of the Boardman River in the township of Blair, Grand Traverse County. Flowers of Didymo, a microscopic diatom (unicellular algae), were discovered …

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What you never knew about Tori spelling

To say that Tori Spelling’s childhood was atypical is an understatement as big as her parents’ famously nicknamed mansion the gentlemen. Given that her father, Aaron Spelling, produced some of TV’s hottest hits, his custom-made abode was anything but humble. With 123 rooms and more than 56,500 square feet of …

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Report: Crisis call diversion program for community benefit, requires long-term commitment and expansion

The first three months of the Louisville Metro Crisis Call Division Program (CCDP) pilot program showed clear benefits and underscored the need to provide an acute non-police response for people experiencing a nonviolent behavioral crisis, according to a report by the University of Louisville, the Metro advice was provided. During …

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Exploration and rehabilitation of native fish in the Great Lakes underway

Today’s MI Environment story is from the State of the Great Lakes report. Overfishing. Habitat loss. invasive species. changes in water temperature. All of these problems – and more – make fisheries management in the Great Lakes a challenge for a group of fish called coregonines, which includes whitefish and …

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Kathryn Henderson | Obituaries | news-gazette.com

URBANA — Kathryn (Kathie) Luther Henderson, 99, died at home on Thursday, August 18, 2022. She was born on July 12, 1923 in rural Champaign County, the first daughter of Carl Frederick and Ida Lietz Luther. Born on the family farm purchased by her paternal grandparents on February 22, 1893, …

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CDFW News | California Fish and Game Commission Holds Hybrid Meeting

California Fish and Game Commission Holds Hybrid Meeting At its August 17 meeting, the California Fish and Game Commission acted on several issues affecting California’s natural resources. The following are just a few points of interest from this week’s gathering, held in Loleta at the Bear River Band of Rohnerville …

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David Y Ige | DLNR Press Release – Hawaii Island Wildfire Mostly Contained, August 17, 2022

DLNR Press Release – Hawaii Island Wildfire Mostly Contained, August 17, 2022 Posted on August 17, 2022 in Current Department News, Newsroom (Waikōloa, Island of Hawaii) – Just south of Waikōloa village, the resort area, and the mauka of Highway 190 near the Puu Lani subdivision, a 17,000-acre wildfire has …

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MORE, Christopher

Moore, Christopher P. 96, of Middletown, passed away on Friday 12 August 2022, at Ohio Living Mt. Pleasant. He was born on May 29, 1926 in New York City, New York to parents Eugene and Nora (Casey) Moore. Chris joined the Navy at 17 and served in the South Pacific. …

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Impact of the First Impression Equitable Relief ERISA Judgment

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled on June 28 that a beneficiary of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act plan may bring a claim against a plan administrator or its agents under the Act to recover life insurance benefits incurred as a result of a violation …

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Consumers are haggling, buying in bulk and jumping on brands amid food inflation, IRI flags

08/10/2022 — Consumers are responding to food inflation by making value choices, e.g. E.g. opting for high-quality products, discounting offers with reduced prices and moving away from luxury brands to cheaper private labels. The findings, published by The Information Resources Inc. (IRI), are based on the latest …

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Policies & Procedures | Taylor University

Material Access Policy The collections and materials in the Special Collections and University Archives are available (with some restrictions) to the Taylor University community, visiting scholars, and the general public. We are committed to making our collections freely accessible as much as possible within the framework of privacy, confidentiality and …

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A busy, fun Orientation Week prepares the OUWB Class of 2026

After a turbulent orientation week, the OUWB Class of 2026 will hit the ground running with classes starting on Monday. The busy week for the school’s newest matriculation cohort began on Sunday and ended on Friday, when the highlight of the day was a visit to TreeRunner Adventure Park on …

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Proactive headlines including WeWork Inc, Kontrol

NEW YORK, Aug. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Proactive, provider of real-time news and video interviews on growth companies listed in the US and Canada, covered the following companies: WeWork Inc continues to lose money with a net loss and negative EBITDA but narrowing the gap, click here Kontrol Technologies …

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COVID-19 status update for 08/02/2022

The August 2, 2022 update includes: save your high-value masks for wildfire season; building partnerships and preparing for future disasters; Vaccination Opportunities in Marin State Declares Emergency to Help Fight Monkeypox; Know Your COVID-19 Community Level; and updated local COVID-19 data. Para leer esta página en español, desplácese hacia arriba …

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Sudanese military leaders are launching a “manhunt” for sources in CNN investigations, officials say

Relatives have also been threatened to silence alleged leaks. A source said the authorities are “harassing us, harassing the people we love and desperately looking for leaders. That’s a clear message. The authorities are afraid and are reacting in the only way they know how: with violence.” Thousands of protesters …

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The Nanaimo Regional Unit offers information sessions and resources for election candidates

The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) is hosting two informational sessions on October 15 for those interested in running for office in the 2022 local general election. The sessions cover the duties of elected officials and the election process. They will be held on August 9th at the RDN Board …

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Civil protection authority receives grant

Duke Energy Indiana recently awarded more than $175,000 in grants to 47 emergency management agencies, including the Jackson County Emergency Management Agency. Jackson County will receive $2,800 that will be used to support the agency’s ham radio truck, Director Duane Davis said. The grants can be used to fund K-9 …

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A solid and scaly fish story

A solid and scaly fish story I was born in Minnesota and grew up an avid fisherman and walleye (Sander Vitreus) was always my catch of choice. A firm and flaky walleye fillet made a fantastic meal, whether it was freshly caught in the lakes of northern Minnesota or at …

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Northern California wildfires: Find air quality updates, evacuations, and official information

To get updates to your phone, including push notifications about important announcements, download our mobile app iOS or Android. Updated July 23 at 7 p.m The newest The oak fire near Yosemite continued its “explosive” growth on Saturday, nearly doubling since the morning. At 11,900 acres, it is now California’s …

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Santa Clara County’s fentanyl problem is ‘a time bomb’ news

Fentanyl poisoning deaths accounted for a staggering 80% of all all-opioid deaths in Santa Clara County in 2021, 12 times the number of fentanyl-related deaths in 2018, according to data from the county’s Medical Examiner-Coroner. So far in 2022, from January 1 to May 27, fentanyl-related deaths accounted for 78% …

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The online database would like your help in solving cold cases

INDIANAPOLIS – An online database seeks to use the power of community to solve murdered or missing people cases. It’s called Uncovered, and that’s exactly their mission – to uncover the facts. People across our state, across the country, and even around the world can help solve these common cold …

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Streamline benefits before open registration

This fall’s open enrollment for employee benefits 2023 is an opportunity for companies to demonstrate the value of the benefits packages they offer employees – and help curb high attrition rates. If the current offerings aren’t competitive, it’s time to consider an overhaul of the achievement menu. According to recruitment …

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How GPs can forestall their patients’ cognitive decline

Early detection with modern tools is necessary to improve the quality of life of your patients In less than 15 years, the US population of people aged 65 and over is expected to grow to 80 million, according to US Census projections, from under 55 million in 2019. Unfortunately, years …

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CDFW News | More than 150 environmental crimes documented during Trinity County cannabis enforcement operation

More than 150 environmental crimes documented during Trinity County cannabis enforcement operation During the week of June 26, officials from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW), the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office, and the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office worked together to serve 34 search warrants in the Mad River, …

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FOLIO is launched at the Five College Libraries Consortium: UMass Amherst

UMass Amherst Libraries and the Five College Consortium announce the launch of FOLIOan open-source platform for library services that will go live at Five College Libraries later this month. UMass Amherst librarians, along with our Five College Partners, are among the early adopters—and adaptors. The Five College Consortium collaborated EBSCOone …

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Attorney General Miyares urges Supreme Court to protect consumers in class action lawsuits – Royal Examiner

RICHMOND – Effective today, July 1, 2022, new state laws affecting information technology (IT) and cybersecurity in the Commonwealth of Virginia come into effect. The first law expands the requirements for public bodies when reporting cybersecurity incidents. Beginning July 1, every state and local government entity must report to the …

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Local authority resources and laboratory capacity on the Scottish food standards agenda

Pressure on local authorities and food laboratories was among the issues discussed at the latest Food Standards Scotland (FSS) board meeting. One plan to resolve the situation involves a government funded official laboratory service in Scotland. This could result in the four existing public analyst labs remaining with local authorities …

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Whitmer and MDHHS begin efforts to educate Michiganders about the difference between emergency contraception and medical abortion

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 6, 2022 Contact: [email protected] gov. Whitmer, MDHHS launches public effort to educate Michiganders, health care providers, about the difference between emergency contraception and medical abortion Both emergency contraception and medical abortion remain legal in Michigan LANSING, Mich. – Today Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department …

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| Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon Fires July 2, 2022, Daily UpdateNM Fire Info

hectares: 341,735| Containment: 93% | Total staff: 890| Start date: Hermit Peak: April 6, 2022; Calf Canyon: April 19, 2022 | Because: Hermits Peak: Detect fires of prescribed burning; Calf Canyon: Residual fire from prescribed pile fire | Location: Near Gallinas Canyon | Fuels: Heavy mixed conifer, ponderosa pine, scrub …

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Gov. Abbott, HHSC Launch One-Stop Website to Connect Texans with Family Resources and Health Services | Texas Governor’s Office

June 29, 2022 | Austin, Texas | press release Governor Greg Abbott announced today that the Texas Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) is launching a new website designed to serve as a comprehensive resource for Texas families, including expectant mothers, new parents and families at all stages of life. …

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American Library Association (ALA) condemns threats of violence in libraries

Full text of ALA Statement (6/24): In response to the alarming increase in aggression against library staff and patrons reported in the nationwide press, the Board of Directors of the American Library Association released the following statement: The American Library Association condemns in the strongest terms the violence, threats of …

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Delaware County announces 2022 heat plan

Published: June 22, 2022 Summer officially started on June 21st and our region has already experienced several hot days and humidity before the official start of the summer season. Delaware County Council joined the County Office of Services for the Aging (COSA) and PECO on June 21 to announce the …

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MeckBetter Community Partnerships

MeckBetterTogether is a campaign that aims to maximize the efforts of child and family care organizations and the community to support families and address the safety and wellbeing of children. The resources below include the resources from district and community partners that are available to residents. This list is monitored …

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NGCOA OFFERS MEMBERS MERCHANT PROCESSING BENEFITS WITH NEW PARTNER 100GROUP

NGCOA members receive support and service to ensure accurate and secure payment processing Charleston, SC – The National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA), the trade association dedicated solely to the ownership and operation of golf courses, is pleased to announce a corporate partnership with 100GROUP. As the “Exclusive Merchant Processing …

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UMass MIND partners with Worcester Theater to support performances dedicated to mental health

UMass MIND provides resources Game attendees, including scheduled conversations with the cast, crew and mental health professionals after appearances on June 17, 19 and 25. Theatergoers attending Studio Theater Worcester’s rock musical Next to Normal this month will receive accurate, comprehensive information and resources for those whose real lives, like …

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CarGurus™ Instant Maximum Payout

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., May 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CarGurus ( CARG), a multinational online automotive platform for buying and selling vehicles, today announced the launch of CarGurus Instant Max Cash Offer in five additional states — Nevada, Utah – known to New Mexico, Colorado and Washington. The offering, which enables …

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CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, and CIPT Beta exams

CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, and CIPT Beta exams Try our new forms and save! Each year, the IAPP updates the exam forms to reflect changes in the industry and to retire older questions. Before we make these forms available to the general public, we need to collect audit data to beta …

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June is PTSD Awareness Month – Lake County Record-Bee

LAKE COUNTY – The Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) estimates that 6% of people in the United States will experience PTSD at some point in their lives; Approximately 12 million adults in the US suffer from PTSD each year. https://www.ptsd.va.gov/understand/common/common_adults.asp In 2010, the US …

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Cronkite School partners with The 19th* for hybrid summit, The 19th Represents, 50 Years of Title IX

The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University is collaborating with The 19th* to “The 19th represents 50 years of Title IX.” This year’s Hybrid Summit, live-streamed June 15-17 in DC, will feature topical conversations about the landmark Gender Equality Act and the progress made …

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City of Palm Coast opens doors to AAEA

by: Julia Kline-Fuentes The African American Entrepreneurs Association has announced a new site for entrepreneurs to connect with AAEA and Minority Business Services. After some great discussions and strategic planning, the AAEA has partnered with the City of Palm Coast and will be customers at 160 Lake Ave. at Palm …

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The Musical Mesicks of Niskayuna – The Daily Gazette

Originally known as the “Vedder Homestead”, the house at 2421 Troy-Schenectady Road is now commonly referred to as the “Mesick House”. Jacob Mesick purchased the property in 1853 and for several generations the farm remained in the Mesick family, with farming being the family’s primary occupation. However, a different story …

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Austin provides resources in response to baby food shortages

AUSTIN (KXAN) – U.S. families have faced shortages of baby food in recent months, fueled by both long-term supply disruptions and unsanitary conditions that forced an Abbott Industries factory to close in February. According to a press release, the city of Austin has partnered with organizations supported by the Community …

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Leveraging resilience resources is paramount to readiness > Air Force Reserve Command > News Article

MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Alabama — The term “mental health” is a strange one. Too often we equate “mental health” with problems, symptoms or crises. But mental health is just that—a form of health. The brain is part of the body. As military personnel, we pride ourselves on …

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| Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon Fires May 29, 2022, Daily UpdateNM Fire Info

hectares: 314,750 | containment: 50% | Total staff: 3,001 Start date: Hermit Peak: April 6, 2022; Calf Canyon: April 19, 2022 | Because: Hermits Peak: Detect fires of prescribed burning; Calf Canyon: Residual fire from prescribed pile fire | Location: Near Gallinas Canyon | Fuels: Heavy mixed conifer, ponderosa pine, …

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Governor Abbott provides details of state resources available to community of Uvalde affected by tragedy at Robb Elementary School | Texas Governor’s Office

May 27, 2022 | Austin, Texas | press release Governor Greg Abbott held a news conference today announcing the state of Texas’ comprehensive plan to support and assist the community affected by the tragic Robb Elementary School shooting. Following a briefing with representatives from state agencies, local partners and community …

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| The Forest Service BAER team begins evaluating the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires according to the BrandNM fire info

BAER Information: 707-853-4243 FOREST SERVICE BAER TEAM BEGINS POST-FIRE ASSESSMENT OF HERMITS PEAK AND CALF CANYON FIRES The Santa Fe National Forest (SFNF) established a Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team to begin assessing areas of the National Forest System (NFS) affected by the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon fires …

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Suffolk girl overcoming her pain and helping others after saying she was attacked

SUFFOLK, Va. — As Morgan Robinson laughs and plays with her sisters at their Suffolk home, it’s hard to tell just how much the cheerful and feisty 11-year-old has overcome over the past few months. “I feel great today,” Morgan said. “I’m excited.” News 3 first met Morgan in October …

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How to create brilliant ideas as a team – without slipping into groupthink – UofSC News & Events

Posted on: May 16, 2022; Updated on: May 16, 2022By Sabrina Habib, [email protected] Sharing ideas can get messy when colleagues don’t understand or support new concepts—or when they shut them down altogether. Visual communication professor Sabrina Habib writes for The conversation about concrete ways to facilitate brainstorming, both individually and …

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ROSEN, A LEADING LAW FIRM, Encourages Investors In Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Inc. With Losses Over $100,000 To Secure Counsel Before Important Deadline In Securities Class Actions – AUPH

Class Period: May 7, 2021 – February 25, 2022 Lead Plaintiff Deadline: June 14, 2022 Aurinia is a biopharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes therapies to treat various diseases with unmet medical needs in Japan and the People’s Republic of China (“China”). The company’s only product is LUPKYNIS, which it …

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Preliminary construction work requires nightly lane closures on May 15 on I-25 between Fillmore Street and Garden of the Gods

Colorado Springs – Motorists will see front works on Interstate-25 (between Fillmore Street and Garden of the Gods Road). This work requires nightly closures of I-25 lanes. Work will begin at 9:00 p.m. with closures of the two inside lanes off of I-25 southbound and then onto I-25 northbound. impact …

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Angelo State University Expands Cybersecurity Presence

Tom Nurre Jr. Angelo State University was selected to work with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) to operate a pilot Regional Security Operations Center (RSOC) to provide cybersecurity support to Texas local governments. The DIR made the announcement in April. “We are excited to partner with ASU in …

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Health calendar released May 4, 2022 – West Central Tribune

WILLMAR – Aging Wisely: Finding New Confidence and Purpose meets Thursday, May 5 at 1:30 p.m. at the Willmar Community Center. The program is part of a series designed to support the educational, social and nutritional needs of older adults. Jerrid Sebesta from Taatjes Financial Group and co-founder of Retired …

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External Working Group on Timely Payment

reference conditions background The UK government committed to setting up an external working group on timely payment in response to the request for evidence of timely payment. The group will collaborate on and co-design aspects of on-time payment policy and proof-of-concept of calculation throughout the year to collectively understand the …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Canada’s plan to increase oil exports will not jeopardize climate goals – government source

An oil pump jack pumps oil in a field near Calgary, Alberta, Canada on July 21, 2014. REUTERS/Todd Korol Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register OTTAWA/CALGARY, Alberta, March 23 (Reuters) – Canada on Thursday will outline plans to increase oil exports to ease tight global …

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March 20-26 is National Poison Prevention Week

Did you know that although almost half of the calls to poison control centers involve children, some of the more serious cases are poisonings in adolescents and adults? That’s why your poison control center has information for people of all ages, from babies to the elderly. In recognition of National …

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Skidompha Public Library selected for federal grant

Skidompha Public Library in Damariscotta was selected as one of 200 libraries across the country for the American Library Association’s American Rescue Plan: Humanities Grants for Libraries, an emergency relief program to support libraries impacted by the pandemic. With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) through the …

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Oakland County Launches Business Forward Program to Help Entrepreneurs • Oakland County Times

Oakland County launches Business Forward program to support entrepreneurs Oakland County launches Business Forward program to support entrepreneurs (Oakland County, March 11, 2022) SOUTHFIELD, MI — Oakland County has launched an innovative program that will help small businesses and entrepreneurs grow and thrive, County Executive Dave Coulter announced today at …

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Facebook, Instagram to allow posts inciting violence against Russians

Meta, the parent company of social networks Facebook and Instagram, plans to allow the publication of calls for violence against Russians in response to the invasion of Ukraine, media reports said on Friday. “As a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we have temporarily allowed forms …

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Health calendar released March 9, 2022 – West Central Tribune

The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging provides advocacy, information, resources and support to help older adults maintain the lifestyle of their choice. To learn more about these and other presentations and training the agency has to offer, visit mnraaa.org/calendar . Live chat with a specialist can also be accessed …

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opinion | How to follow events in Ukraine without doom scrolling

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has made it difficult to focus on anything else. Images of people living underground to escape missile attacks, families trekking across borders, children crying—they are ingrained in my mind. We are rightly impressed by the determination of the Ukrainian people in the face of an unprovoked …

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Report: VPN apps are gaining popularity in Russia

Russians are reportedly downloading popular VPN clients from the App Store and Google Play at record speeds to bypass restrictions on social media platforms and other websites. app figures reports that as of March 1, “the most popular VPN apps in Russia saw a surge in downloads of more than …

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Friends selling books in a new location

By Carole Howard | PREVIEW Columnist and the library staff Planning is already underway for the Friends of the Library’s annual book sale, one of the highlights of the summer for locals and visitors alike. This year’s book sale will open to members on Thursday evening, June 23rd at 6pm …

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Provincial court deals with challenge to abortion law

The Texas Supreme Court heard hearings last week on whether state regulators can be sued by abortion providers in hopes of blocking enforcement of the state’s restrictive abortion law, known as Senate Bill 8. The Austin American-Statesman reported that abortion providers who brought the lawsuit argued that “state agencies that …

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Mayor Bronson should hire a real library director

Through Karen Jensen Updated: 6 Some minutes ago Released: 44 Some minutes ago ZJ Loussac Public Library on Thursday, February 3, 2022. (Bill Roth/ADN) When I teach my library science students at university about the process of peer reviewing journals, I am talking about professional expertise. The concept is intuitively …

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What does it mean that Anonymous is declaring cyber war on the Russian government?

Anonymous assured that this action was due to military pressure recently exerted by Russia against Ukraine. Photo: Agency AFP The tensions persist Ukraine after the attack of the Russian army on its territory. According to the Ukrainian government, the invasion has left at least 100 dead and around 100,000 displaced. …

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Research suggests that mental illness can be caused by early causes

BEVERLY HILLS, Feb. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Bruce Parkman, along with his family, is the founder of the Mac Parkman Foundation for Adolescent Concussive Trauma. Her personal story of her 17-year-old son’s suicide inspired her to spread awareness about chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), the dangers of early age, contact …

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No one should die while awaiting a life-saving organ transplant – Greeley Tribune

As the world continues to grapple with a devastating pandemic that has understandably gripped almost every aspect of the medical news, millions of people continue to struggle with serious illnesses like cancer and heart disease. Among the many Americans currently suffering from potentially fatal diseases are those awaiting kidney, liver, …

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The new AAAAI President focuses on session highlights and tenure priorities

February 21, 2022 5 minutes read ADD TOPIC TO EMAIL ALERTS Receive an email when new articles are published Please enter your email address to receive an email when new articles are published . ” data-action=”subscribe”> Subscribe We could not process your request. Please try again …

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USDA-APHIS | USDA confirms highly pathogenic avian influenza in a backyard non-commercial (non-poultry) flock in New York

Contacts:[email protected] WASHINGTON, February 19, 2022 – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has confirmed the presence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in a backyard non-commercial (non-poultry) flock in Suffolk County, New York. Samples from the herd were tested at Cornell University’s …

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Australia is failing marginalized people and it shows in COVID death rates

Newly released Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data. show People living in poverty or disadvantage are three times more likely to die from COVID than the rich. This statistic is alarming, but it gets worse when we start looking more closely at specific communities. ABS data shows death toll from …

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Hillsborough County – 5 Steps to Using Your Curbside Roll Carts

sent February 14, 2022 | 12:11 p.m Wondering what goes in which shopping cart? We can help Hillsborough County’s weekly home pickup service includes two garbage pickups, one recycling pickup, and one yard waste pickup. For garbage and recycling: Fill the GRAY cart with trash and the BLUE cart …

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Alvernia hosts the biggest entry event ever

Packapalooza’s inaugural event attracts over 325 prospective students Alvernia University is hosting the largest admissions event in its 63 year history, welcoming over 325 interested students Bachelor, graduate and accelerated bachelor Courses to his first Packapalooza event. “As we seek to enroll another record-breaking class of incoming students for the …

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Malika Kounkourou (BA IR ’22) reports on the field research in Niger

During the Fall 2020 semester, while conducting a literature review for her honors thesis on ecological peacebuilding and uranium mining in Niger, Malika Kounkourou (BA IR ’22) realized that she needed to collect data and documents on her empirical case in order to conduct on-site research. Supported by the Keylor …

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LifeStream’s Healthy Aging Expo returns in May

February 7th – RICHMOND – The community is invited to attend the Drive-Thru Healthy Aging Expo on Thursday, May 12th. Admission to the Expo is free and the first 200 attendees will receive a free lunch. Vendors will be set up in tailgate style to share resources and all attendees …

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Library social worker provides information beyond books | lifestyle

ROCHESTER, Minnesota – Recently, social worker Allison Carpenter said a woman in need came to the Rochester Public Library. “Just freaked out, desperate for a way to get back home from the state,” Carpenter said. The woman had found herself in Rochester, Minnesota for a job that never materialized. Carpenter …

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How countries can better manage flood risks – World

January’s deadly storms in western Europe and south-east Africa are a stark reminder of the reality of the climate crisis. Storm Ana, which raged through Madagascar, Mozambique and Malawi until last week, has left more than 45,000 people, including 23,000 women and children, need humanitarian aidsays UNICEF. Meanwhile, Storm Malik, …

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