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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Alzheimer’s New Jersey announces spring fundraisers – Essex News Daily

This slide show requires JavaScript. WEST ORANGE, NJ — Alzheimer’s New Jersey, the premier line of local support for New Jersey residents affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, is kicking off its 2022 Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s with two Walk events this spring. The first will be held on …

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Messy.fm CEO Molly Beck appointed to NSBA Leadership Council

ORLANDO, FL, March 13, 2022 – (PR.com) – Molly Beck of Orlando, FL was recently appointed to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. The NSBA is the oldest small business advocacy group in the United States and is strictly non-partisan. Beck, a recognized leader in the small business …

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Latest Russia-Ukraine War News: Live Updates

War in Ukraine: What you need to know The newest: President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said food and medical supplies for the besieged southern port city of Mariupol, where hundreds of thousands of civilians are trapped behind Russian lines, would arrive on Sunday afternoon. Russian forces continued to bomb Ukrainian cities and …

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“The trauma is huge…it’s not like offering Airbnb

Martin Hawkes and his wife Róisín Connolly are experienced hosts of refugees. In September 2017, they offered Ahmad*, who had fled his hometown of Aleppo and traveled across Syria and Turkey to the Greek islands, a vacant room at their home in the Dublin suburb of Rathgar before accepting an …

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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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The Iranian expert assembly calls for an immediate end to the Ukraine conflict

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran The Iranian Assembly of Experts has concluded its ninth open session, and assembly members called for an end to the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, which has now been going on for about two weeks. The members of the Expert Assembly do not meet frequently. They hold such …

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Johnson turns the truth on its head about Britain’s response to Ukraine’s refugee crisis Zoe Williams

SSince 2015, Boris Johnson has told a nervous House of Commons when asked by the Prime Minister: “We have done more to resettle vulnerable people than any other European country”. It didn’t make sense, so maybe it was a mistake. Poland has taken in 1.2 million Ukrainian refugees, Hungary 190,000 …

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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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Europe needs to reduce energy demand. Now.

While oil grabs the biggest headlines, gas and power are of deep concern for Europe, which is at the epicenter of the current energy shock. The price of electricity on the continent is determined by the most expensive source – and right now that would be power plants fueled by …

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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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After two years of COVID-19, data guides university support for mental health

College advisory services rely on data to guide support as student needs and campus operations continue to drastically change amid the coronavirus pandemic. To find the best way to support students who are facing unprecedented challenges throughout their studies, colleges are drawing on robust data from electronic medical records and …

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‘RHOSLC’: Did Mary Cosby and Cameron Williams have an affair? Whitney Rose drops a SHOCKING clue

If Mary Cosby thought that not attending the “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” reunion would keep the other housewives from gossiping and speculating about her life, then she couldn’t be more wrong. Ever since Mary joined the Bravo reality show, her marriage to step-grandfather Robert Cosby Sr. and her …

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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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LA CD10 residents protest Ridley-Thomas suspension and Wesson appointment – Daily News

Protesters angered by the suspension of Mark Ridley Thomas in the City Council District 10 seat make a statement outside Los Angeles City Hall on Friday, March 4, 2022. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Protesters angered by the suspension of Mark Ridley Thomas in the City Council …

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The Ukraine crisis puts the DC crypto lobby in the hot seat

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine highlights the dark side of crypto as the industry lobby ramps up efforts in DC to shield them from regulation. Why it matters: The crisis has prompted a sharp and almost uniform global response from the very institutions – governments and banks – that want to …

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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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INMED Child Abuse Prevention Program gets high marks

INMED USA’s Healthy Families Loudoun continues to be one of Healthy Families Virginia’s top providers of child abuse and neglect prevention programs, according to a recent quality assurance assessment. The assessment, conducted by a representative from HFV and Prevent Child Abuse Virginia, examined family records, supervision documentation, training records and …

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Allegations made in the NAACP at U.Va. Letter eliciting responses from student leaders – The Cavalier Daily

A statement published Tuesday by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People at U.Va. regarding Ceci Cain, student council presidential candidate and fourth-year college student reply from throughout the university community, including Cain himself. Cain is currently the vice president of administration for the student council, where she …

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Biden’s mental health plan has potential, experts say, if Congress acts: gunfire

WASHINGTON, DC – MARCH 1: US President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress in the chamber of the US Capitol House on March 1, 2022 in Washington, DC. Among other things, Biden spoke about his administration’s plans to address mental health …

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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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Texas is investigating parents for mentoring transgender youth, Suit says

HOUSTON — Texas officials have begun screening parents of transgender youth for possible child abuse, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday, after Gov. Greg Abbott last week ordered them to treat certain medical treatments as possible crimes. The investigation by the state Department of Family and Protection Services, which was …

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CO2-neutral corporate strategies should create new sources of income for companies

Global companies can significantly reduce their costs and increase their profitability by reducing excessive carbon emissions, lowering taxes and leveraging advanced tools such as carbon capture and reuse technologies. On the consumer side, this will benefit their reputation management goals. To communicate this effectively, a clear message to deliver greener …

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In State of the Union, Biden will focus on the economy and Russia

Mr. Biden will ask Congress to pass legislation approved by the House of Representatives in December to increase Federal Maritime Commission oversight of the shipping industry. The president will deliver his remarks without a mask on Tuesday, the same day officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are …

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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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Crowds gather to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, shouting “No more war.”

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — Dozens gathered at Ala Moana Beach Park on Sunday to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Many of the protesters, of Ukrainian and Eastern European descent, chanted “No more war” and “Putin must go” and wore the blue and yellow colors of the Ukrainian flag to urge people …

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Alontae Taylor, Tennessee CB | NFL Draft Scouting Report

The Tennessee Volunteers haven’t drafted a cornerback into the NFL since 2018, but Alontae Taylor has an excellent chance of changing that fact in 2022 NFL draft. A former offensive weapon who switched to CB upon arrival in Tennessee, he is a physical playmaker with next-level potential. Taylor’s scouting report …

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Video appears to capture Russian panic over impending bank blockade

Russia-Ukraine Crisis: The video seems to indicate an internal panic sweeping across Russia. Videos circulating online showed hundreds of Russians queuing at ATMs in a panic, following an agreement to ban Russia from the global payment system SWIFT in a harsh Western response to the country’s invasion of Ukraine. Civilians …

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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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Robert Kennedy Jr.’s crusade against the Covid vaccine is tormenting the family

Blake Fleetwood, a writer who calls Mr. Kennedy “an inspiration” and has been a friend and skiing mate since 1971, said he cannot understand why Mr. Kennedy would risk “his whole life” as an activist by “embracing this crusade “. ” “Why is he screwing up his whole life’s work?” …

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Ukraine-Russia War: Live updates on Zelenskyy, Kiev and Putin

WASHINGTON — The United States and Europe on Friday personally punished Russian President Vladimir V. Putin for his invasion of Ukraine, imposing sanctions aimed at freezing his assets while continuing to seek to expand his military and economic capabilities with other new ones to paralyze restrictions. White House officials said …

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Biden officials have repeatedly urged China to help avert war in Ukraine

“They claim neutrality, they claim they stand by principle, but everything they say about the causes is against the US, blaming NATO and taking the Russian line,” said Evan Medeiros, a professor at Georgetown University and Senior Asia Director in the White House National Security Council in the Obama administration. …

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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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UW Deepens Community Connections with Significant Expansion of South Madison Partnership

Volunteer Alicia Vande Ven helps a client with his 2021 tax return at the Richard Dilley Tax Center in the UW-Madison South Madison Partnership building. Photo: Bryce Richter On a Monday morning, the UW South Madison Partnership compound on Park Street buzzed with activity. People flocked in and out seeking …

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A vote for “low confidence” surrounds the leadership of the CPD

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) – According to a news release from officers of the Brotherhood of Police (FOP) in Columbus, there are 232 members in the FOP and 73 percent of those members are Columbus Police Officers. 84 percent of those officers said they didn’t think Columbus Police Chief Freddie Blackman …

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Russia-Ukraine Crisis Live News: Sanctions, Videos and the Latest

UKRANIAN RAILWAYS TRAIN 749 – We boarded the train bound for Lviv, in the north-west corner of Ukraine, near the Polish border and the NATO front, expecting it to be crammed with people fleeing a feared Russian invasion. But a day after Russian troops moved into eastern Ukraine and tens …

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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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Recognize the signs and find help

In the United States, elder abuse in all its forms is becoming more prevalent as the population ages. According to a, it is more common in nursing homes and nursing facilities Study 2018. But it can happen anywhere, including in your own home. To protect yourself and the older adults …

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Microbix Announces Nomination to Board of Directors

MISSISSAUGA, Ont., February 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Microbix Biosystems Inc. (TSX: MBX, OTCQB: MBXBF, Microbix®), a life sciences innovator and exporter, announces that Ms. Jennifer Stewart, an accomplished leader in Canadian business, government and public affairs, has been nominated to serve on its Board of Directors. If appointed by …

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Ukraine crisis: Officials in Russian-backed regions push older men into their militias | world news

Officials in the Russian-backed separatist areas of eastern Ukraine have taken it upon themselves to force men as young as 60 into their militias. It is reported by several close Sky News contacts that the men are being kidnapped from cars heading to the border Russiaon the streets of Luhansk …

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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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Governor Hochul sent $10 million to support Asian American community groups in New York

(WIVB) – New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced $10 million in state funding to help Asian American communities that have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. The state dollars come from the 2021-22 state budget and go to community groups that provide support services to the Empire State’s Asian American …

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Ukraine: The showdown with Russia gives Biden a new mandate for the NATO leadership

The fate of Ukraine and Russia’s future relationship with the West remain uncertain. Biden said he was convinced that with more than 150,000 troops and massive weapons piled up on Ukraine’s borders, Russian President Vladimir Putin decided to invade, despite the West’s offered negotiations on a new European security architecture …

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Ukraine says a soldier has been killed in renewed shelling near the front lines

Pro-Russian separatists in the breakaway regions of eastern Ukraine on Friday ordered the evacuation of civilians to Russia, accusing Ukraine of planning a major military offensive against the two self-proclaimed republics. The unsettled east of the country has witnessed the worst shelling in years over the past two days. Each …

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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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Trenton lawmakers are asking council VP to resign over white-collar debacle – Trentonian

TRENTON – With you in the middle. Lawmakers said Council President Kathy McBride and Vice President Marge Caldwell-Wilson are “destroying the city” and should resign from leadership of the legislature. “Their primary objective is to destroy Reed,” said South Ward Councilor George Muschal. “Nothing gets done. People hate them right …

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The Latest on the Ukraine-Russia Border Crisis: Live Updates

As world leaders scramble to find a diplomatic solution to ongoing tensions between Russia and Ukraine, the 2015 Minsk Agreement is under discussion as a possible way out of the crisis. The agreement, the second of its kind (and the one that matters), was negotiated in the Belarusian capital to …

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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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Hethersett Youngster one in 400 people with KBG syndrome

Released: 7:00 a.m. February 17, 2022 Eva Jones shares many of the same qualities as any other nine year old – she loves being with her friends, playing computer games and being outdoors. But there’s one thing about the Hethersett boy that she shares with only around 400 other people …

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Yakima Council continues to talk about new climate protection body | Local

Yakima City Council wants to continue talking about the scope and mission of a new Climate Change and Sustainability Committee. The council first advanced an idea in October for a Climate Change and Sustainability Advisory Council that would make recommendations for improving the city’s sustainability efforts and addressing the negative …

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Memphis Council grills MLGW over outages – Tennessee Lookout

On Monday, Memphis’ electric utility, Memphis Light, Gas and Water, finished restoring power to the last of the 233,460 customers who lost power after nearly two weeks of ice storms. On Tuesday, a Memphis City Council committee met with MLGW officials to discuss the city’s problems with power outages, noting …

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Ukraine crisis: Russian invasion could begin ‘anytime’, White House warns – Live updates | world news

Vladimir Putin has hinted that it is not too late for a dialogue on Ukraine as the world continues to wonder whether the Russian president is poised to invade his neighbor or whether his military buildup is a bargaining ploy. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: SPUTNIK/Reuters At a meeting in …

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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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Kingdom to remain distinguished in its security, stability and leadership: Dr. Al Al Sheikh

CAIRO — Minister of Islamic Affairs, Appeal and Guidance, Sheikh Dr. Abdullatif Bin Abdulaziz Al Al-Sheikh paid tribute to the 32nd International Conference of the Supreme Council on Islamic Affairs currently being held here under the auspices of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and described the session as excellent, especially …

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Russia-Ukraine crisis: Biden-Putin talks fail to bring breakthrough | Vladimir Putin news

Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden have discussed Russia’s military build-up, but the hour-long phone call ended with no breakthrough. The White House has insisted Moscow must face “quick and heavy costs” as it pursues its aggression, while the Kremlin has denounced the United States’ “summit hysteria” …

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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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PGA, leadership changes, employee retention are among Frisco City Council’s top priorities for 2022

Frisco City Council members heard news from several city offices on February 10-11. (Matt Payne/Community Impact Newspaper) The city tour in Frisco has set important standards to be achieved in 2022. Frisco City Council members presented 10 top priorities for the year on February 11 at the conclusion of their …

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Live updates on trucker protests: Ontario declares state of emergency

Video Ontario Premier Doug Ford warned that protesters who fail to clear the transit routes could face a maximum fine of $100,000, up to a year in prison and possible loss of commercial and personal licenses.creditCredit…Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press, via Associated Press Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Friday declared a …

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Health Advice, February 11, 2022 | Messages

creative care The Atlantic Center for the Arts is hosting creative nurturing classes at Menard-May Park in Edgewater every Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. from February 7 through March 14 and every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. from February 8 through March 22 :00 p.m., at the Daytona Beach …

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Lady Bulldogs travel to LSU in top 20 fight – 95.5 WSB

#14/17 Georgia Lady Bulldogs (17-5, 6-4 SEC) vs. #13/14 LSU Tigers (19-4, 7-3 SEC) Thursday February 10 | 7:30pm CT/8:30pm ET | Baton Rouge, La. | PMAC (13,215) Watch: SEC Network (Courtney Lyle and Christy Thomskutty) Listen: Georgia Bulldog Sports Network (Jeff Dantzler) 960 AM The Ref, WXKT 103.7 FM …

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PM offers support to European allies facing Russian aggression

The Prime Minister will travel to Brussels and Warsaw today for talks with NATO Secretary General and Polish leaders Foreign and defense ministers head to Moscow as Britain leads international de-escalation efforts The Prime Minister announces that 1,000 more British troops are to be deployed to support NATO and its …

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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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Landscape work earns students a grant from Rotary: A Place in the Sun

LAKEWOOD, Ohio – At a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Lakewood-Rocky River Sunrise, Tessa Pickering received a $5,000 scholarship for her freshman year at Ohio State University. This scholarship was made possible by a donation to the club foundation from club member William Minnich. Minnich had seen Tessa’s …

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PSTA driving buses and variety

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — It may be the drivers driving the bus, but it’s the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority’s commitment to diversity that drives the organization. “We’re really focused on diversity, equity and inclusion and how that impacts our workforce, our workplace and our community,” said Tamika White. White is …

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Cost of Living Crisis: How are UK Supermarkets Limiting Price Increases? | supermarkets

TThe deepening cost of living crisis has drawn attention to the cost of weekly shopping. Households already struggling with soaring utility bills, gas prices, taxes, mortgage payments and rent can also expect to pay more for groceries this year. Over the weekend, the chairman of Britain’s largest supermarket chain, Tesco, …

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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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Report expected at Monday’s Columbia City Council meeting outlines efforts to end homelessness

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ) According to its agenda, the Columbia City Council will share a report on homelessness with the public Monday. The report addresses the issue of homelessness in the community by giving citizens a deeper look into the resources that are being made available by the city and state …

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Mrs. J. wanted a blanket in the emergency room. Say no, chips on my soul

WWhat’s upsetting Ms. J. isn’t the six hours she waited in the emergency room to see a doctor about a growing and surprisingly painful sore on her leg. Or that she’s being examined in an ad hoc area in the triage area because the ward’s rooms are filled with patients …

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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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St. Anne Parish, Lancaster Catholic Vietnamese Parish Confederation by Official Decree [photos] | Faith & Values

The Parish of St Anne and the Vietnamese Catholic Parish in Lancaster have merged into one fellowship of believers and will now be known as St Anne and Our Lady of La Vang Parish. The merger was made official in a ceremony on Saturday, January 29 at Lancaster Town Church …

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The youth welfare office is closing the contact point in the city center this weekend because of a demonstration

Ottawa’s Youth Services Bureau is closing its downtown drop-in center this weekend over safety concerns for staff and the vulnerable customers it serves, as more convoys of trucks and protesters arrive in the capital. The drop-in center is on the corner of Besserer Street and Waller Street in ByWard Market …

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5 ways Omicron has changed the way we connect

Getty Images Blame Omicron. That’s what Lori Gladstone did this year when she decided how to socialize amid the threat of the variant’s virulent transmissibility. Gladstone, of Plainview, New York, went to a bridal shower for her soon-to-be daughter-in-law in late January, but her sister didn’t attend because of Omicron. …

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Elon University / Today at Elon / Emmy-winning alumna named co-host on Univision Network

In her new role, Maity Interiano ’07 will host the weekend evening edition of broadcaster Noticiero Univision’s national newscast. Interiano is one of the alumni co-chairs of the $250 million Elon LEADS campaign. Elon alumna Maity Interiano ’07, an Emmy Award-winning journalist and on-air talent at Univision Network in Miami, …

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Blackhawks’ Rocky Wirtz furiously slams reporters for asking about Beach scandal

Publisher’s Note: The following story is about sexual assault and may be disturbing or offensive to some readers. If you or someone you know needs support in Canada, you can find provincial centers, hotlines and services here. For readers in America, here is a list of resources and references for …

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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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What’s cooking: Evelyn’s kitchen table | family

KINGSPORT — If you didn’t find Evelyn’s Kitchen Table, you don’t know what you’re missing. Located in the Green Acres shopping center on North Eastman Road, the restaurant opened almost two years ago. The owners wanted to create a breakfast and lunch-focused restaurant with the feel of a neighborhood diner …

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California Natural Gas Utilities Propose New Calculation Methodology to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Biomethane Projects | Downey Brand LLP

On January 26, 2022, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Southern California Gas Company, San Diego Gas & Electric Company, and Southwest Gas Corporation (“Joint Utilities”) filed an advisory letter with the California Public Utilities Commission (“CPUC”) with the title Second Addendum: Proposed methodology for estimating greenhouse gas emission reductions for …

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With low-tech, trench warfare, the Ukrainian army is not NATO caliber

Above ground, plastic sheeting flaps in the icy wind. With Separatist trenches nearby, in a line of trees above a snowy field, the only truly safe place is underground. Understand Russia’s relations with the West Tensions between regions are growing and Russian President Vladimir Putin is increasingly willing to take …

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Office of Administration Announces Small Business Impact Study

JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The administrative office (OA) today announced the signing of a Small Business Impact/Availability Study for the M/WBE (Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise) program. The study is being conducted by the University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC). UMKC will plan the next dates for public meetings. “I …

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job interview | Andy Powell from the Environment Agency on reducing CO2 through material selection

Leading the way on low-carbon infrastructure is key for the Environment Agency, according to its innovation manager, Andy Powell. “The Environment Agency is an environmental champion and we encourage others to take action on climate adaptation and resilience, particularly around floods. But as infrastructure owners, we also have to set …

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The US is pushing for better tap water but needs to convince the cautious public

ST. LOUIS — Angela Stamps will stop drinking water from her faucet, shower less, and stop taking the baths she once found relaxing. She doesn’t cook with tap water and sometimes skips rinsing her products. Though the amount of lead in Flint, Michigan’s tap water has been well below a …

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Town crier: Help yourself | announcements

Shop at Methodist Thrift Welcome to a new year of exciting shopping at the United Methodist Thrift Shop. If you’re on the go and looking for just the right item at just the right price, check out our quality selection. Our community is extremely generous and we invite you to …

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Checking in at the DEI: A look back at the fall semester and what you can look forward to

In June 2020, Miami University President Greg Crawford established a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) task force that compiled a report with 43 recommendations to help create a more welcoming community in Miami. According to the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion (OIDI) Task Force Recommendations Update page, 22 of …

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The shipping company profits with full force, since the trade chaos hardly abates

Container lines are set for another record year of revenue as supply chain difficulties show little sign of abating, much to the chagrin of almost everyone else. Operationally, the shipping crisis has been a disaster for the box carriers that prop up world trade: Schedule compliance hit a record low …

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Home Office seeks new CIO

The Home Office is working to hire a new chief information officer (CIO) to lead the agency’s IT strategy and budget, it said a job posting at USAjobs.com. The new addition would serve in the Senior Executive Service and take a seat on the Federal CIO Council. The new hire …

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The board of directors of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association appoints the chair-elect

NorthShore President and Chief Executive Officer – Edward-Elmhurst Health, Gerald “JP” Gallagher, has been named Executive Director-elect of the Illinois Health and Hospital Association. Gallagher is currently leading the creation of a new system through the merger of NorthShore and Edward-Elmhurst Health. In Naperville, Edward Hospital’s affiliated campus is located …

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In rural Washtenaw County, faith leaders are working with mental health providers to manage the impact of COVID

This article is part of health status, a series about how Michigan communities are evolving to address health challenges. This is made possible by grants from Michigan Health Endowment Fund. As in much of rural Michigan, residents of the communities of Chelsea, Dexter, Grass Lake, Manchester and Stockbridge in Washtenaw …

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PFF provides educational tools for PF for International Quality of Life Month

In celebration of International Quality of Life Month in January, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) is raising awareness of the educational resources it provides to support and improve the lives of people living with Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF). “Start January on a positive note by taking advantage of the many community …

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SPH Dean’s next venture to reduce treatment costs

With an extensive background in public health and epidemiology, School of Public Health Dean Sten Vermund recently joined the Innovation and Public Health Advisory Board at biotechnology company Tevogen Bio, where he will join Ryan Saadi SPH ’95. Sarah Cook 12:20 am, January 26, 2022 staff reporter Yale Daily News …

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Scottish nationalists see opportunities and pitfalls in Johnson’s woes | Boris Johnson News

Glasgow, Scotland – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was fighting for his political life after London’s Metropolitan Police opened an investigation on Tuesday into parties being held at his official residence at 10 Downing Street during the coronavirus pandemic. A British official had previously been tasked with conducting an internal …

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William Patrick Nelson | Geauga County maple leaf

« Back to Obituaries MUNSON TWP. – William Patrick Nelson, aged 89, of Munson Township, died January 18, 2022. The youngest of three brothers, he was born on Good Friday, March 25, 1932 to Cecille and Bert Nelson and grew up in Dearborn, Michigan. After graduating from the University of …

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Biden addresses the President’s Advisory Council on Science and Technology

President Joe Biden President Biden addressed the Presidential Advisory Council on Science and Technology. Biden was KVML’s “Newsmaker of the Day” on Monday. Here are his words: “As you know, this time when I was running for office, I was talking about PCAST ​​and people were looking at me like, …

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Rural Hoosier communities rally as COVID-19 worsens childcare crisis for parents and providers

Listen to the radio version of this story as it aired on the Indiana Public Broadcasting Stations. The sounds emanating from Perry Preschool and Child Care on this brisk fall morning give a glimpse of just how hectic things are today. Two employees called and didn’t show up for work, …

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bulletin board | Lifestyles | siouxcityjournal.com

Programs area *Please call ahead to ensure programs are available.* Volunteer Tutors, part-time teachers and substitute teachers who help people learn to read, write or spell, learn math, earn a high school diploma through the GED program, or learn to read and write English. 494-1964. Connections Area Agency on aging, …

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Select Auburn Students Leave the Prairie to Help Selma City Council on MLK Day – The Selma Times‑Journal

Auburn University assisted Selma City Council members in cleaning up the city during the MLK holiday. Nearly 100 Auburn students volunteered their services to help clean up Districts 3, 4, and 7, which are the districts of Councilman Clay Carmichael, Lesia James, and Jannie Thomas, respectively. Carmichael said he appreciates …

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Inflation skyrockets in Sri Lanka; Food prices at record high

Sri Lanka’s benchmark inflation rate, as measured by the National Consumer Price Index, accelerated to 14 percent in December 2021 from 11.1 percent, the state statistics office said on Saturday amid a severe foreign exchange crisis. This was the second straight month after inflation recorded double-digit growth in November for …

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DWR is seeking information on the killing of buck deer and removing its antlers

SPRINGVILLE, Utah — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) is asking for the public’s assistance in obtaining information about a deer that was killed in Sanpete County and had its antlers removed. Officials at the DWR received a tip earlier this month after a person spotted the animal near …

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Key Things Our Medical Providers Should Know | Hometown focus

Some medical providers don’t take the time to listen to their patients. In this article, Honore Lehtinen emphasizes the importance of medical providers being honest and compassionate when speaking to their patients. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article by Honore Lehtinen addresses healthcare providers from the patient’s perspective. According to Honore, she …

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The city is now accepting applications for the LIHEAP Crisis Component and LIHWAP programs

Eligible citizens can apply for heating, water and sewage subsidies The Louisville Metro Office of Resilience and Community Services is now accepting applications for the annual crisis component of the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) and the new Low Income Home Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP). Applications will be …

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