Monthly Archives: November 2021

Government officials introduce bill to make drinking water more accessible

Million dollar program to help families and businesses across the country WASHINGTON, DC (KYMA, KECY) – On November 30, Senators Mark Kelly (D-AZ) and James Risch (R-ID), along with Reps Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) and John Katko (R-NY) announced a bill to provide families and businesses with better access to drinking …

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Ohio State Safety Lathan Ransom gives back to community, says Buckeyes must “remember what it feels like” after loss to Michigan

Giving back to his community has always been important to the safety of Ohio state Lathan Ransom and he spent part of his day doing so on Monday. Ransom spent a few hours Monday afternoon at the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Central Ohio, which provides housing for families of …

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Coldest city in every state – 24/7, Wall St.

Special report November 29, 2021 2:00 PM With the holidays upon us, winter, with its short days and freezing nights, is about to befall the United States. Regardless of the region of the country, every state experiences a certain level of cold in winter. Even in Hawaii, temperatures drop below …

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REPEAT – MEDIA ADVISORY – Ford government plans to license tens of thousands of new long-term care bed licenses over 30 years to for-profit companies: new report to be released across Ontario with information local and provincial

TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Over the past year, the Ford government implemented a plan to allocate tens of thousands of long-term care beds to for-profit operators, among which those most horrific records during the pandemic. Rather than holding for-profit operators accountable for the horrors we continue to …

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The city with the highest theft rate of any state – 24/7 in Wall St.

Special report November 28, 2021 11:00 a.m. The violent crime rate in the United States increased by about 5% in 2020. This increase was driven by a 29% increase in the number of homicides, the largest increase on record. However, not all forms of criminal violence have increased over the …

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SUNDAY FILE: The Rotary Club of Flagstaff Celebrates 100 Years of Community Service | Local

SEAN GOLIGHTLY Sun Journalist There is a lit fireplace in the corner, but its crackle cannot be heard over the crackle of friendly conversation. At the door, a man wearing a badge – Steve Cervantes – helps the others affix their own badges. As a guest, I need a sticker, …

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Range of transportation projects expected to get US funding | National government and new policies

LAS VEGAS (AP) – Officials say Nevada’s share of new funding provided by recently approved federal infrastructure legislation will likely help fund a range of projects, including expanding the freeway system, improving public transport and new technologies to connect mobility systems. The state will receive $ 83.5 million in the …

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PACC Desperately Needs Adopters and Foster Families | Community

TUCSON (KVOA) – The Pima Animal Care Center is in desperate need of foster families or adopters. The shelter opens daily with only one to three kennels open, but accommodates up to 100 animals per day. The refuge has been facing a situation of overcrowding since June. “We always have …

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The city with the smallest income gap in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report November 26, 2021 5:00 p.m. The United States has some of the highest levels of income and wealth inequality in the world. Data from the U.S. Federal Reserve shows that the richest 10% of Americans control $ 93.8 trillion, more than double the $ 40.3 trillion held by …

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Arizona Anti-Mask Voucher Plan Faces Difficult Beginnings | National government and new policies

Interviews with parents show a difficult deployment of the program that Ducey continues to defend. It was built on a law the state Supreme Court struck down and sought to thwart public health recommendations designed to slow the spread of COVID-19. The High Court found that Parliament had illegally inserted …

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Families struggle to plan second Thanksgiving pandemic – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Even at the best of times, Thanksgiving has always been a trying time In the spring, Pauline Criel and her cousins ​​talked about reuniting for Thanksgiving at her home near Detroit after many painful months of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo – Wikipedia Commons But the virus had …

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There’s Always Enough for Everyone at the Sunnyside Stone Soup Community Dinner | Local

SEAN GOLIGHTLY Sun Journalist “Do you need a bowl? Coral Evans asked me impatiently at the door of the Dream Market (Mercado de Los Sueños). The question surprised me more than it should have. I didn’t know how to explain that I had come to the Sunnyside Stone Soup community …

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HGTV arrives in La Grange, Ky. For “Home Town Kickstart”

LA GRANGE, Ky. – The Kentucky Barn is set to be the setting for HGTV’s new series, “Home Town Kickstart”. The show is a spin-off of “Home Town Takeover” and “Home Town,” both starring the husband and wife team, Ben and Erin Napier. Spectrum News 1 met with residents of …

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City Reduces Western Channel Pipeline Solutions to 4

The land along the West Canal includes underground sewage, sewage and water pipelines from the Town of Gilbert and overhead power lines from the Salt River Project. (Tom Blodgett / Community Impact Journal) The town of Gilbert presented residents with four viable approaches to a pipeline replacement project along the …

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Best weather for Wyoming ski areas coming in December

*** For all of Wyoming, sign up for our daily newsletter *** By Jim Angell, Cowboy State Daily The outlook for snow in Wyoming through the remainder of November is not good, especially for ski areas across the state that are preparing to open their lifts for the season, according …

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Benthic metabolism linked to metrics of the algal community responds to environmental attributes

Cymbella tumida (Brébisson) van Heurck 1880. Credit: TAN Xiang Benthic algae play a vital role in the element and energy cycle, as they are the most important primary producers and they are also sensitive to environmental parameters of the watershed. Researchers from the Wuhan Botanical Garden of the Chinese Academy …

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Questions Remain About GOP Election ‘Investigation’ | National government and new policies

Lahr described his experience as having conducted investigations and audits, developed “crucial information and intelligence” from “extensive, complicated and sensitive investigative research and multidisciplinary analysis”, both in the military. and as a subcontractor of the Ministry of Defense. When asked for details, he said most of them were confidential and …

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Samsung Closes to Small Town Texas for New $ 17 Billion Plant

Samsung America headquarters in San Jose designed by NBBJ with landscape architecture designed by SWA Samsung Electronics selected a city in Texas with a population of less than 17,000 for a massive chip manufacturing plant after considering sites in Arizona, New York and Florida. Samsung plans to expand the plant …

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Bomb storm of November 22, 1874 (as in December 1987) and severe tornado outbreak in the south

I’m still working on this! More soon! Snowstorm in Benton County Prescott, AZ 6 “rain in 87 hours in mid-November 1874 F3 Montevallo Shelby AL 0000 11,000 2 dead – At least 35 buildings were damaged or destroyed.F3 Trussels Ferry at Eutaw Greene AL Afternoon 10.5 miles A tornado struck …

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Panel maker calls for Gilbert Bonds election to be overturned in lawsuit

Jim Torgeson, who owns a Mesa sign manufacturing business, filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court, naming the town of Gilbert and each member of city council as their council members. (Courtesy of Brian Jackson / Adobe Stock) A Gilbert resident and critic of the city’s $ 515 million …

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Phoenix Police and Fire Fighters Join Vaccine Rule Lawsuit | Government and Politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER and BOB CHRISTIE Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) – Unions representing Phoenix police and firefighters have joined a lawsuit filed by the Arizona attorney general to strike down federal vaccine rules affecting millions of workers. Unions joined the case last week after the Phoenix city manager said …

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New HGTV Series for ‘Kickstart’ Revitalization in Upstate New York City

A new HGTV series promises to ‘kick off’ a city in upstate New York with a revitalization project. The Hudson Valley Post reports that Cornwall, NY, is one of six small communities across the country that will receive “a push to re-energize their revitalization efforts” in the upcoming “Home Town …

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13 First weather alert | Sunday evening November 21, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – There will sometimes be gusts for the start of the week. Gusts of up to 20 mph around town and up to 35 mph along the Colorado River on Sunday night. A wind advisory is in effect along the lower Colorado River Valley until Sunday evening. …

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Community support in Phoenix helps drag queens thrive

Blockbuster TV shows such as RuPaul’s Drag Race has started a drag movement in many major cities, and downtown Phoenix is ​​no exception, being one of Arizona’s drag hotspots with weekly events happening all over the city. Local bars and clubs, such as Charlie’s Phoenix, one of the city’s biggest …

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Dreaming of a better government

POLITICAL PURITY, JAMES BUCKLEY COURTESY PHOTOSColumnist James Buckley dreams of a world he would love, in which Senator Joe Manchin, DW. Va., Becomes Republican and Florida Governor Rick Ron DeSantis is elected President of the United States. I have a dream. I dream that the Democratic “Build Back Broke” plan …

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WEIS Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather “” Democracy is at stake “: election officials face continuous threats for doing their jobs

Adamkaz / iStock (WASHINGTON) – Al Schmidt was at the forefront of history when a batch of votes in Philadelphia tipped the state of Pennsylvania and the 2020 presidential election in favor of Joe Biden. As commissioner for the Republican city of Philadelphia, Schmidt had locked himself for days in …

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Men’s Community Lunch – Crawford County Now

Mr. Clay Hall, Athletic Director for ABC 6 / FOX 28, will be the guest speaker for the upcoming Men’s Community Breakfast. Mr. Hall is the football analyst for Fox / ABC; Football Fever and covered sports in central Ohio for 26 years and partnered with executive producer Stephen Kappas …

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Alabama city pays tribute to brothers who died in Pearl Harbor attack

A memorial to brothers Daniel P. Jones and Woodrow Wilson Jones, men who died aboard the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941, was unveiled in Coaling, a town in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on Friday November 12 2021 (Gary Cosby Jr./The Tuscaloosa News via AP) COALING, Alabama – The town of …

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Benson Man Chosen As Arizona House Replacement | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) – The Cochise County Supervisory Board has chosen a replacement for a Republican lawmaker who resigned last month. On Friday, the board chose Republican Lupe Diaz to replace Rep. Becky Nutt from three candidates they interviewed for the job. Diaz was born and raised in Bisbee and is …

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How to watch “Home Town: Ben’s Holiday Workshop” early

Youtube Christmas has come early for fans who have been waiting for “Home Town: Ben’s Holiday Workshop”. While not airing on HGTV until December 26, 2021, the vacation special is now available to stream on discovery +. In ‘Home Town: Ben’s Holiday Workshop’, Ben Napier (HGTV’s ‘Home Town’) will host …

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13 First weather alert | Friday morning November 19, 2021

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – Friday will be relatively calm. We will not shake the high clouds, but we will still see sun. Temperatures will hover around the above average. The peaks will hit the upper 60s to the low 70s around town, the low 50s in the middle of the …

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Industry Perspective: Celebrating the Hispanic Business Community and Its Legacy in Tucson | Business

Celebrating the richness and diversity of the Hispanic-Latino community and recognizing our collective journey towards social and economic progress is not limited to National Hispanic Heritage Month, especially when it comes to the prospects for small Hispanic businesses at scale. national. This year in particular, we recognize the resilience of …

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Biden administration takes action to restore drinking water guarantees | Government and Politics

By SUMAN NAISHADHAM and MATTHEW DALY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Biden administration took action Thursday to restore federal protections for hundreds of thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways, overturning a Trump-era rule that was seen as the one of the environmental setbacks characteristic of this administration. …

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City of Dewey-Humboldt calls for arguments for and against Proposition 455

Open the audio article player Through Staff | to November 18, 2021 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience health care. Ahead of the March 8, 2022 election, every Dewey-Humboldt household with a registered voter will receive an information brochure that includes arguments for and against a proposed issue …

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Thriving football program binds the community

For others, they see it as a last chance to showcase skills that they hope will open doors. Even though the global pandemic has made the recruiting process more difficult – it wiped out the 2020 season – Dale isn’t worried the international recruiting pipeline will end anytime soon. “We …

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As winter approaches, incredible local Washington state weather records

As winter approaches, I wonder what weather records we could set this year. After the warmest temperatures recorded in the region’s history earlier this year, will winter go in the opposite direction? These are compiled from the National Weather Service (NWS-NOAA) and the Washington State Climatologist’s website. According to NOAA, …

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Saving Time: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Postponing an Invasion of Taiwan

By LCDR Obvious, USN To thwart a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, the US must slow down its demand The Taiwan Relations Act (hereinafter “TRA”; Pub.L. 96-8, 93 Stat. 14, promulgated April 10, 1979; HR 2479) requires the People’s Republic of China to submit a request to the Congress of United …

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Our Town: Get Ready to Help Others This Holiday Season with “Cranksgiving” | Brighten up

Trek Bicycle in Oro Valley is hosting the Thanksgiving-themed food drive for people on two wheels from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 21. The event is organized with the support of other local businesses to benefit the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. This event is part …

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Round Up: Wet Weather Setup Tips from EWS & World Cup Racing

Each rider has their own set-up and when it comes to difficult weather conditions, everyone has their own solution to the problem. We decided to search the Pinkbike bike verification archive for the wetter weather patterns we’ve spotted in World Cup and EWS races over the years. Probably one of …

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San Diego Community News Group

It is possible to reduce carbon emissions to zero regionally, according to a new university report commissioned by the county. The cuts will require local governments and agencies to work together, and San Diego County is able to coordinate that effort, the report says. County supervisors have scheduled a public …

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Cuban dissident with rose sends powerful message amid government crackdown | National / World

The Cuban government unwittingly created a powerful symbol of its fear of a growing opposition movement led by young Cubans, after state security agents and government supporters prevented playwright Yunior García from leaving. from her apartment for a solo Sunday stroll with a white rose. Instead, García was forced to …

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Schwartz: one less goal than the perfect night – Ipswich Town News

Schwartz: one goal less than the perfect nightMonday, November 15, 2021 5:53 PM Gamechanger manager Ed Schwartz said he had a fantastic first trip to Portman Road, even though Saturday’s League One game against Oxford was “one goal less than the perfect night”. Schwartz is the CEO of ORG, the …

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Cold start, but warmer later in the week

The Hudson Valley saw heavy rains and thunderstorms ending last week, with much warmer than average temperatures being felt across the region. This, in turn, fueled some pretty wild Fridays and Saturdays. The National Weather Service says severe thunderstorms and even confirmed tornadoes have hit parts of the Hudson Valley …

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Shumway: Community philanthropy is truly changing lives in Arizona

By Debbie Shumway, Hospice of the Valley We are touched by the outpouring of generosity from the community that helps expand our nonprofit mission. Since 1977, we have remained focused on bringing comfort, dignity and compassionate care to our community, and we couldn’t do it without the people, businesses and …

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US allocates $ 54 million for forest restoration work in Arizona | US government and politics

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) – The head of the US Forest Service said the agency is allocating $ 54 million for forest restoration work in northern Arizona following the recent cancellation of a contract for a larger multi-year project in the region. Forest Service Chief Randy Moore announced the funding decision …

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City of Prescott Valley Openings for Councils and Commissions

Open the audio article player Through Staff | to November 10, 2021 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience health care. The City of Prescott Valley is seeking candidates from among city residents to fill seats on the Building Appeal Board. All seats on the board of directors / …

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Obituary of Richard Horth (1931 – 2021) – Brighton, CO

Richard M. Horth was born in Brighton on June 6, 1931 to Merwyn Horth and Helen L. (Jung) Horth. He graduated from Brighton High School in 1949. He married his childhood sweetheart Melba Bredehoft on September 2, 1956, and they lived on the family wheat farm in east Brighton, where …

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U.S. Representative Bentz holds Jackson County Town Hall – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

KTVL photo United States Representative Cliff Bentz answers questions Tuesday at a Jackson County town hall. U.S. Representative Clifford Bentz, the Republican who represents Oregon’s second congressional district, held a town hall Monday afternoon at the Jackson County Expo that drew about 175 people representing a variety of political views. …

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The proposed maps would tint Nevada’s swing neighborhoods blue | National government and new policies

CARSON CITY, Nevada (AP) – A new congressional district map presented to Nevada on Tuesday proposes changes that could make the state’s two battlefield districts more democratic for the next decade. The map – which legislative leaders have said they intend to present in a special session that has yet …

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GOP congressman under fire in anime attack on Ocasio-Cortez – Boston News, Weather, Sports

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar was facing criticism after he tweeted a video containing edited animation showing him hitting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a sword. In a tweet Monday night, Ocasio-Cortez, DN.Y., called Gosar a “scary member I work with” and said he “shared a fantastic video of …

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Landsea Homes closes residential sites for new community, The Groves, in Grand Island, Florida

ORLANDO, Florida, November 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Landsea Homes Corporation (Nasdaq: LSEA) (“Landsea Homes” or the “Company”), a publicly traded home builder, today announced that it has closed 69 sites for a new community of single-family homes, The groves of Grand Island, Florida. “We are delighted to be …

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Canadians Head to Arizona as Federal Government Welcomes International Travelers Again

Canadians Head to Arizona as Federal Government Welcomes International Travelers Again After 20 months, the United States welcomes foreign visitors again, if they have been vaccinated. With border restrictions gone, Canadians headed back to Phoenix. Reports from Linda Williams of FOX 10. PHOENIX – After 20 months, the United States …

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Ipswich Town: Ed Schwartz on club funding

Posted: 8:29 pm November 8, 2021 Update: 20:38 November 8, 2021 Ipswich Town co-owner Ed Schwartz insists the pension fund behind the recent takeover takes a long-term view of return on investment. Schwartz is the CEO of ORG, the U.S. investment firm that manages funds on behalf of the Arizona …

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Biden faces new challenges after infrastructure win – Boston News, Weather, Sports

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. (AP) – He’s been here before. President Joe Biden doesn’t need to look beyond his time as Vice President to grasp the challenges that lie ahead in promoting his new $ 1,000 billion infrastructure deal to the American people and to get the money out fast enough …

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How a tribute to BJ Thomas came to a religious community in Peoria, Arizona

When BJ Thomas passed away in May, Tim Wright decided not to deliver the sermon he had prepared for next Sunday’s service at the Community of Grace Lutheran Church in Peoria. Thomas was practically part of the family. He had performed it several times at Wright’s request since he befriended …

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Democrats face tough job in 2022 governor’s races | Government and Politics

By THOMAS BEAUMONT and WILL WEISSERT Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – Republicans are increasingly optimistic about the toppling of governor’s offices in major battlefield states next year, supported by lower approval ratings for President Joe Biden, internal struggles Democrats in Congress and better-than-expected election results in Virginia and New Jersey. …

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Arizona National Guard Help Vaccinate Maricopa Prison | US government and politics

Arizona National Guard assist with vaccinations in Maricopa County jails. Correctional health services have partnered since Tuesday with “a team of army guard doctors to administer COVID-19 vaccines, boosters and flu shots to high-risk patients,” the door said. – County Speech, Fields Moseley. Moseley told the Arizona Republic it was …

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Cardinals’ Zach Ertz named NFLPA Community MVP of the Week 9

Arizona Cardinals tight end Zach Ertz was named NFLPA Week 9 Community MVP after he kicked off the Score More n ‘Feed More campaign in Arizona and started the House of Hope Project for them. young people of Philadelphia. “My wife Julie and I are very honored to be recognized …

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WEIS Radio | Local & Regional News, Sports & Weather “Live COVID-19 Updates: US At ‘Inflection Point’ As Winter Months Approach

CasePhotography / iStock (NEW YORK) – As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, more than 5 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including more than 751,000 Americans, according to real-time data compiled by the Center of Systems Science and Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. . According to data …

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Lancaster hires planning director; fall town meeting in february

Sara arnold | Correspondent of the article LANCASTER – After an extended vacancy, Lancaster finally has a new planning director. Three finalists selected by the search committee were interviewed by the selection committee during their regular meeting on Monday, November 1, Jasmin Farinacci being chosen to fill the vacant position. …

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Maricopa Community Colleges Present 4-Year Degrees for Fall 2023

Maricopa Community Colleges plan to develop a handful of bachelor’s degree programs following a new state law that allows community colleges to offer four-year degrees. The state’s largest community college district, which includes 10 Phoenix-area colleges, on Wednesday announced plans to launch its first bachelor’s degrees in programs such as …

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DeSantis says Florida to sue federal government over workplace vaccine rule

TALLAHASSEE – Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday he would join a lawsuit with Georgia, Alabama and private plaintiffs seeking to overturn a rule in President Joe Biden’s administration requiring coronavirus vaccines or testing in large workplaces. At a press conference in Tallahassee, DeSantis said the rule was an example of …

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Parker Town Manager’s lawyer gives insight into case that led to Chief’s administrative leave | Local News

PARKER – A letter from Parker Town Manager lawyer Lori Wedemeyer helps shed light on the embezzlement case that resulted in her being placed on administrative leave and a dozen warrants to be issued by investigators. Attorney Ashley D. Adams said the Yuma Sheriff’s Department did not have sufficient probable …

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New Rules To Help Arizona Residents Avoid Utilities Cuts During Extreme Weather | Economic news

Tucson Electric Power will end non-payment service disruptions from June through mid-October, under new rules finally approved by state regulators. Arizona Daily Star Rebecca Sasnett Customers of Tucson Electric Power and other state-regulated utilities won’t have to worry about their electricity or gas being cut off when temperatures are dangerously …

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Surprisingly, 150 Community Colleges Now Eligible for $ 1 Million |

The Aspen Prize recognizes institutions aiming to ensure better outcomes for all students. Times are tough for community colleges. Enrollment has fallen by double digits since March 2020, mostly affecting underserved students, and hopes of millions of dollars in federal aid to institutions through the Build Back Better plan have …

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Is the government’s mortgage stimulus package real?

Monday, after weeks of negotiations between the White House and the conservatives Democrats Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, a deal was announced. Press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters that “Senator Manchin says he is ready to support a Build Back Better plan which fights inflation, …

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Winfield Praises OV Improvements Despite Pandemic At State of the Town | Oro Valley

Oro Valley Mayor Joe Winfield highlighted the many city improvements made over the past year during the 20th Annual State of the City Address at the El Conquistador Tucson Hilton Resort on Thursday, October 28. Winfield stood in front of more than 650 attendees to express his gratitude to city …

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US Forecasts | Weather | cadillacnews.com

US forecast for Wednesday, November 3, 2021 City / Town, State; High temperature yesterday (F); Low temperature yesterday (F); Today’s high temperature (F); Today’s low temperature (F); Weather situation ; Wind direction ; Wind speed (MPH); Moisture (%); Risk of precip. (%); UV index Albany, NY; 52; 32; 48; 29; …

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Arizona Jewish community berates “It’s the Jews’ rant” at local school board meeting

Chandler High School. Photo credit: Tony the Marine (talk) / Wikimedia Commons An Arizona Jewish group called on a Phoenix-area school district to condemn a bizarre anti-Semitic rant uttered at a school board meeting last week, prompting a further response from local officials. Queen Creek resident Melanie Rettle accused ‘Jews’ …

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HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Medication talks continue as Pelosi presses vote

House tenant Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Aims to push forward plans to vote this week on the two bills that make up President Joe Biden’s economic platform despite moderates echoing the senator. Joe manchin’s (DW.Va.) complains that they do not know the total cost and the economic impact. None of the …

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Hopkinton City Council Appoints Endawnis Spears to Chariho School Committee | Richmond and Hopkinton

HOPKINTON – Members of Hopkinton City Council have appointed endawnis Spears, a 38-year-old mother of four and member of the Narragansett Indian tribe, to fill a committee seat vacated when Reverend David Stall resigned in late September. . Council members voted 3-2 on Monday night to nominate Spears, a Democrat, …

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As usual, Vols braces for bad weather in Kentucky

JaVonta Payton was born and raised in Tennessee, but has spent the last four years in Mississippi. If Payton had done things his way, he probably would have been in Knoxville for his entire college career. Things turned out differently, however. He spent two seasons at Northwest Mississippi State Community …

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EPA to Help Oregon and Washington Schools Become Community Cleaner Air and Cooling Centers

Region 10 press releases Schools will receive technical assistance to create cleaner air and neighborhood cooling shelters in vulnerable communities affected by smoke from forest fires and episodes of extreme heat November 1, 2021 SEATTLE (November 1, 2021) – Today, the United States Environmental Protection Agency announced that it will …

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U.S. Executive Update – October 28, 2021 – Government, Public Sector

United States: U.S. Executive Update – October 28, 2021 November 01, 2021 Squire Patton Boggs LLP To print this article, simply register or connect to Mondaq.com. This report provides an overview of the priorities of the US executive through daily programs and the previous day’s press releases. POTUS schedule* 9:00 …

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