Monthly Archives: January 2022

Medford Man Charged in Arizona for Girlfriend Homicide – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Ryan Lynn Clark A Medford man will face the most serious murder charge in the state of Arizona in the murder of a Medford woman whose body was found in Arizona earlier this year near the border of Nevada. Ryan Lynn Clark, 37, was indicted by a grand jury on …

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Phoenix Suns and community groups honor corporate heroes at upcoming game | News

PHOENIX, January 31, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The HeroZona Foundation, the Black Chamber of Arizona, the Community Collaborative (TCC) and the Phoenix Suns are thrilled to announce that they will be honoring business heroes from across the Valley at the team against the Brooklyn Nets at Footprint Center (201 E. Jefferson …

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Arizona Bill: Employers Face Hefty Fines for Forced Vaccination Accidents | Government and politics

Arizona Chamber of Commerce lobbyist Courtney Coolidge said it was understood that anyone who got sick from a vaccine could only collect through the workers’ compensation system. State. This provides for the payment of medical bills for any work-related injury or illness, plus a percentage of lost wages. “This bill …

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Rep. Snyder to Serve on New State Broadband Development Authority | Community News

State Representative Pam Snyder, D-Jefferson, has been nominated to serve on the new Pennsylvania Broadband Development Authority. Snyder was a lead co-sponsor of House Bill 2071, now known as Bill 96 of 2021, which was signed by Governor Tom Wolf in December after unanimously passing both houses of the General …

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More divided? Open court could bring Democrats closer | Government and politics

This streak bodes well for the future 50-50 Senate candidate, where Vice President Kamala Harris would sever all ties. If Democrats are able to stick together, Republicans wouldn’t have the power to prevent Biden’s pick from being confirmed. Supreme Court candidates can no longer filibuster, thanks to a rule change …

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Weather Tape Market 2021 Outlook Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States,- The Global Weather Stripping Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to Market Research Intellect’s market research archives. Provides detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Weather Strip market. Market analysts who produced the report provided in-depth information on …

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Old Town Center Announces February 2022 Concert Season

Sedona News – Old Town Center for the Arts has lined up renowned artists from across the United States and right here in Arizona for our February concert schedule. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we start the month with a laugh when Zenprov Comedy takes the stage. One of …

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Once rare, party censorship rises amid polarized politics | Government and politics

Senator Kyrsten Sinema, D-Arizona. Senate Television By Alexia Stanbridge Cronkite News Former President Ronald Reagan’s 11th commandment — “thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican” — is being increasingly broken these days, by Republicans and Democrats alike. The most recent example was the Arizona Democratic Party’s censure last …

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From snow to tornadoes, here is a typical weather in February | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

Average temperatures rise in February and daylight increases as spring approaches. However, in some areas, February is the snowiest month. The contrast between winter and spring also increases the risk of severe weather events. February brings a variety of weather conditions, including snow, tornadoes and big temperature changes, as signs …

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THE PRIVATE COMMUNITY REGISTER ANNOUNCES ITS 2022 TOP COMMUNITY AWARDS

Congratulations to the best PCR communities of 2022 More than 50 planned lifestyle communities across the country have been recognized in the organization’s inaugural list of the best. VERO BEACH, FLORIDA, USA, Jan. 27, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Private Communities Registry (PCR), the trusted online resource for real estate buyers interested …

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Arizona Utility Regulators Reject Clean Energy Rules Again | National government and new policies

The state’s largest utility, Arizona Public Service, said it would stick to its vow to have 100% clean energy by 2050 despite defeating the rules package. “We recognize that clean, reliable and affordable energy is essential to Arizona’s future,” the company said in a statement. The utility will not have …

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD – Duluth News Tribune

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO BE HELD BY ST. LOUIS COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given that the St. Louis County Planning Commission will hold a hybrid virtual and in-person public hearing on Thursday, February 10, 2022, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Government Services Center, 201 South 3rd …

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Gilbert Town Council Approves Agreements for Emergency Ambulance Service

Gilbert City Council approved agreements for a rescue ambulance service at its Jan. 25 meeting. (Screenshot from YouTube) Gilbert City Council approved three emergency ambulance service agreements at the January 25 council meeting. Agreements with the Superstition Fire and Medical Department, the City of Queen Creek, and private provider American …

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Alabama to appeal after court blockades map: ballots and limits

A state that is 26% black should have more than one congressional district with a significant black population, federal judges have said as they hit the pause button and move a candidate qualification deadline. “Any turnaround plan will need to include two constituencies in which black voters either constitute a …

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Leah Center – Park Rapids Enterprise

Leah Ann Center, 84, died on the morning of Nov. 3, 2021, in Nashville, Tennessee. Leah was born on August 16, 1937 in Waukegan, Illinois to Joseph A. Litman and Pearl Coopersmith Litman. She attended Northern Illinois University and earned a degree in elementary education. She also received her master’s …

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City code violation? | Sonora News

Dear Mayor Bunch,Maricopa County is investigating Cave Creek Town Official Steve Lamar for his failure to obtain required air quality permits for a road construction project conducted on two of his properties in March 2021. The main property is located at 5028 E Desert Hills Dr., which is in the …

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Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress

January 24, 2022 9:24 a.m. EST Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress TAG24 NEWS spoke with Congressional candidate Michelle Vallejo, who is running to ensure South Texans can live lives of dignity and equal opportunity. By Kaitlyn Kennedy Alton, Texas – Michelle Vallejo is …

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Zoom Town Hall Meeting to Stop State Takeover of Oakland Schools

By Ken Epstein A new poll of Oakland voters, conducted by a professional polling firm, indicates that Oakland voters are refusing to spend taxpayer dollars to build a new Stadium A’s, a retail and condominium project in Port of Oakland Howard Terminal. Additionally, nearly two-thirds of voters say they would …

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Rams vs Bucs weather report: What the forecast says for the 2022 NFL playoff divisional round

The Los Angeles Rams visit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday afternoon. The Buccaneers are playing their second straight home game this postseason after easily eliminating the Philadelphia Eagles on Wild Card weekend. Meanwhile, the Rams crushed the Arizona Cardinals in their playoff game. That game will take place at …

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Last straw: Tired Arizona Democrats censure Senator Sinema | United States government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema is increasingly isolated from some of her party’s most influential officials and donors after she played a key role in sabotaging voting rights legislation that many consider essential to the preservation of democracy. Arizona Democratic Party …

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grant will help community college support workforce readiness initiatives | news/arlington

Northern Virginia Community College received a $240,000 Innovation Grant in the initial phase of the $10 million Beyond Completion Challenge from the Strada Education Network, one of 15 higher education institutions to receive the funding. The challenge aims to help higher education institutions identify new solutions and expand existing solutions …

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Ask meteorologists: how do ice crystals form and grow? | Weather

A: This question was considered by astronomer Johannes Kepler about 400 years ago. Kepler published a paper on the subject in 1611. He hypothesized that crystals were made up of subunits that combined to form the symmetrical shapes of ice crystals. Perhaps the person best known for studying ice crystals …

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The Goodyear community comes together to remember Mayor Georgia Lord

Goodyear said goodbye to Mayor Georgia Lord in the park she helped bring to life. Residents and leaders from across the Phoenix area gathered Friday for the Celebration of the Life of the Lord at Goodyear’s Civic Square Park. Among them were her neighbors Maureen and Hess Lenstra. The Lenstras …

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13 things to do in town, from January 21 to 31 | Culture & Leisure

This Friday, we’re bringing you a week (and beyond) of things to do, including DG, from January 27-29! We hope to see you Around Town, January 21-31! JAN. 21 Keola Beamer and Henry Kapono with Moanalani Beamer Musical Instrument Museum www.mim.org; 480.478.6000 The Seth Rudetsky Concert Series: Eva Novlezada JAN. …

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Northern AZ politicians featured at Trump rally | Government

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New Mexico town benefits from liquor law changes

RATON, NM (KRQE) — It has been about six months since the state enacted sweeping changes to New Mexico’s liquor laws. The changes have a big impact on businesses in a New Mexico city that typically has to compete with a bordering state. Having a full liquor license was a …

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COVID-19 and weather cancel more NCAA Division I fixtures

Weather and COVID-19 continue to wreak havoc on the NCAA swimming and diving schedule with at least five more meets canceled. Winter storm Jasper is expected to bring snow to many South and Mid-Atlantic regions of the country through the end of the week and over the weekend. The storm …

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The quiz is popular in the Glenview retirement community

National Trivia Day, a symbolic celebration, was marked earlier this month by those who relish the challenge of recalling random facts, trifles and obscurities on demand. And as has become their habit, the residents of Vi at the Glen don’t let anyone else tell them when it’s party time. Four …

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Voting bill collapses, Democrats unable to change filibuster | National government and new policies

Several members of the Congressional Black Caucus walked through the Capitol building to watch the proceedings. “We want this Senate to act favorably today. But if it’s not, we won’t give up,” said Rep. James Clyburn, DS.C., the highest-ranking black member of Congress. Manchin opened the door to a more …

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Live from Uranium Springs – The Town That Doesn’t Exist

My fascination with cities that don’t exist began when I hitchhiked to Alaska in 1988 and spent that wild summer in a place called “Cove”, a patch of forest outside the city of Cordova. About 80 people were squatted there – students, hitchhikers, a drunken gold digger, a legendary survivalist …

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Robert Wick, champion of art, newspapers and community, dies at 86 | Navajo-Hopi Observer

Robert Wick, who guided Wick Communications for nearly six decades, died Thursday. He was 86 years old. Wick Communications is an owner partner of River City Newspapers, which operates Today’s News-Herald in Lake Havasu City and the Parker Pioneer. Soft-spoken but sharp, Wick was as passionate about battling a foundry …

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Weather forecast includes snow in Robeson County

January 14, 2022 LUMBERTON — Roads in Robeson County were brined and grocery store shelves cleared Friday in anticipation of dangerous freezing rain that is expected to hit Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch at 3:06 p.m. Friday that will remain in …

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NFL Community Honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy on MLK Day

Monday’s playoff game between the Arizona Cardinals and Los Angeles Rams will be the NFL’s first on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day. To commemorate the holiday, the league is working alongside Inspire Change social justice grant partner The King Center and their CEO, Dr. Bernice King “to ensure that …

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Navajo Nation: All government employees must have a booster shot | Arizona News

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez has signed an executive order requiring all government employees on the tribe’s vast reservation to be vaccinated. Nez also said tribal health officials changed the definition of “fully vaccinated” to two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine plus a booster. The …

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Around the town of Bluhmin: We are ready for the “cold” weather | Opinion

Brrr it’s cold! Yeah, even here in Arizona it’s been cold. But sometimes it’s hard to grasp the wrath of the Antarctic weather that has wreaked havoc on more than 100 million Americans, sending them shivering and running for cover. Baby, it’s cold outside! I was born in Cleveland and …

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East Valley King parade, festival scheduled for tomorrow | Our community

MThe esa will celebrate Martin Luther King Day tomorrow, January 17, with the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. East Valley Parade, themed this year “Tomorrow is Today.” The parade will start at 11 a.m. at the intersection of Center Street and MLK Way and will proceed south on Center …

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Arizona Treasurer Yee drops out of GOP race for governor | United States government and politics

PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) — State Treasurer Kimberly Yee announced on Saturday that she is dropping out of Arizona’s crowded race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination and will instead run for re-election in his current position. Yee announced her decision in a statement that didn’t explain her reasoning except to say …

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Tempe crews extinguish fire near Loop 202 and Tempe Town Lake

Firefighters extinguished the fire burning near Lake Tempe Town The fire could be seen along the 202 loop on the night of January 14. FOX 10’s Irene Snyder reports. TEMPE, Arizona. – Fire crews responded to a blaze near Tempe Town Lake on the night of Jan. 14 that managed …

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Engineering professor encourages college community for Alaska Native students: ‘It’s come full circle’

Michele Yatchmeneff knew she wanted to be an engineer when she was a teenager. Yatchmeneff grew up in False Pass and King Cove in the eastern Aleutians. She was raised in an Unangax̂ family, living a subsistence lifestyle. Right out of high school, she enrolled in engineering classes at the …

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Josh Allen in cold weather, Cooper Kupp consistency and other hot takes from the wildcard player of the weekend prop – The Athletic

Let’s take a look at the field for the wildcard round of the NFL playoffs with BetPrep gaming pros Brad Feinberg (props side) and Tommy “The Hitman” Hughes (playing side). The weather is expected to be a major factor in the expected fantastic performances in four games, and a major …

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Colorado Avalanche Gameday: Arizona tries to bring the heat to town

The Colorado Avalanche welcome the Arizona Coyotes in town for the first time this season, in a divisional rivalry game with the Yotes’ move to Central this season. The transition hasn’t been pleasant for them, and the Avs will be looking to make things worse tonight. Colorado avalanche The Avs …

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Bridget Everett takes on a select queer family in a small town in one of the most emotional shows of the year

Bridget Everett is surrounded by queer people in her everyday life. She has queer friends, queer family, queer fans – the latter whom she courted while performing her alternative cabaret (while she’s known for singing assholes to a tune accompanied by a ukulele) in the New York gay bars. Everett, …

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Hospital and Local Government Representatives to Meet to Discuss Staffing Issues | Kingman Miner Daily

KINGMAN — As covid cases rise again in Mohave County — exacerbating an already existing staffing shortage problem at local hospitals — community leaders are meeting to discuss possible solutions to the shortages. The Mohave County Health Department released its latest COVID-19 report Thursday, January 13, announcing that 1,290 confirmed …

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New Jersey’s most visited city is right here on the Jersey Shore

Since we live here in the Garden State, we know there are many beautiful places to visit here in New Jersey, but do you know which city is the most visited? Jersey’s most popular spot is right here on the Jersey Shore and chances are you’ve been there at one …

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WEIS-Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather » Navient agrees to $1.7 billion student loan settlement

Pavlo Gonchar/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images (NEW YORK) — Navient, one of the nation’s largest student loan services, agreed Thursday to pay nearly $2 billion to settle claims by 38 states and the District of Columbia it deceived thousands of borrowing in costly, long-term forbearance plans that caused students to …

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SUNY Nassau Community College Partners with Ancora Corporate Training to Offer Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A) Training

GARDEN CITY, NY, January 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — SUNY Nassau Community College (NCC), the largest single-campus community college in the SUNY college system, partners with Ancora Corporate Training (Ancora) to offer Commercial Driver License (CDL-A) training programs to SUNY Nassau students. The SUNY Nassau Workforce Development Center offers a number …

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Arizona lawmakers urge Ducey to use border war power | National government and new policies

Republican governors have deployed thousands of National Guard personnel to patrol the border, including about 150 from Arizona who work in support roles but do not apprehend immigrants. Lawmakers and former Trump officials want them empowered to do much more. The US Border Patrol reported more than 1.6 million encounters …

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Police need help solving Hadley Town Hall burglary

Police are still investigating after a burglary at a local town hall. The exact day and time of the burglary is not known as the incident was not discovered until January 10, 2022, when New York State Police were called to the City Hall building in Hadley to investigate. The …

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Oregon company recalls ground beef due to E. coli – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

FILE – In this file photo from Saturday, April 1, 2017, ground beef is displayed for sale in a Washington market. (AP Photo / J. Scott Applewhite) CLACKAMAS, Ore. (AP) – A meat distributor based in Clackamas, Oregon has recalled more than 28,300 pounds (12,800 kilograms) of ground beef over …

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Richmond American to Build New Lake County Community

MONT DORA, Florida, January 11, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Richmond American Homes of Florida, LP, a subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is pleased to announce that it has recently purchased and closed land for 102 future residential sites in Mount Dora. Slate is one of six American …

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Romans 13 is not a blank check for government excesses

Through Daniel Vaïda, editorial contributor | Tuesday, January 11, 2022 People walk through Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix where new COVID-19 cases are on the decline, but health experts warn cases could increase with the introduction of the omicron strain on December 18, 2021 in Phoenix , Arizona. According …

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Snow Canyon boys win Iron Town Duels wrestling tournament – St George News

Snow Canyon wrestlers and coaches after Warriors win Iron Town Duels tournament, Cedar City, Utah January 8, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Dallas Lowry, St. George News / Cedar City News CITY OF CEDAR – The Snow Canyon Warriors took top honors in the Iron Town Duels wrestling tournament held …

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2021 sees second-highest number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters on record

The year 2021 was marked by extremes across the United States, including exceptionally hot, devastating severe weather, and the second-highest number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters on record. The nation also experienced a year of active wildfires in the West, as the North Atlantic basin remained busy with its …

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Red Reporter Community Lead Ranking – Cincinnati Reds Top Prospect

Jonathan India, Tyler Stephenson, Jose Barrero, Vlad Gutierrez and Tony Santillan, who have each donned the Cincinnati Reds jersey for enough time during the 2021 season to move up to Big League rank. That’s a tremendous amount of talent that has taken the system to the next level since the …

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Judge’s ruling will force legislature to review several canceled COVID restrictions | Government and politics

Last year, Republicans finally achieved the long-held goal of creating what amounts to a flat income tax, replacing multiple tax brackets with a single 2.5% tax rate. But it sparked a referendum campaign from those worried about the annual cost of $ 1.5 billion in a state that traditionally ranks …

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University of Northern Arizona Discusses Omicron Response in Virtual Town Hall | Education

In preparation for its spring semester, which begins Monday, Northern Arizona University hosted a virtual town hall to discuss how omicron would affect its plans. As with the Flagstaff K-12 schools, the university has said it will continue its in-person learning, with minimal changes to its mitigation plan. “Last fall …

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Faith Groups and Nonprofits Team Up to Provide Community-Based COVID Help

Susan BarretoSusan is an author with a long-standing interest in religion and science. She is currently editing Covalency, the online magazine of the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology. She wrote articles in the lutheran and the newsletter of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science. Susan is a …

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Arizona’s Ducey to Focus on Education, Water and the Border in 2022 | National government and new policies

“I would come back to the objective I set for myself around a fiscal policy that makes our State more competitive and attractive,” said Ducey. “These are ideas that I am open-minded to.” Arizona’s revenue between July and November rose $ 440 million from a year ago and far more …

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Missouri Town goes from two newspapers to none | national

By Darryl L. Fleurs I had been on the road all day. The night was well spent when I left the freeway to take the Carthage, Missouri exit. I was looking for a place to sleep. I noticed a motel sign and pulled over. It was an older motel, but …

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Darlene (Dickinson) Wegman – Post Bulletin

The funeral for Darlene Wegman, formerly known as Darlene Dickinson, will be on Friday, January 14, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Pine Island. Reverend Jessica Bakken will officiate. Visitations will be one hour before the church service and interment will follow the funeral at Pine …

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Community reflects on January 6 a year later

Northern Nevada activists hold rally to mark January 6 anniversaryBy Bert Johnson, West Mountain Information Office Activists condemned the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol and the continued attempts by some Republican officials to undermine the 2020 presidential election. Edwin Lyngar, a resident of Reno, told the crowd these efforts …

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Walmart and Flipkart Announce MoU with Government of Uttar Pradesh to Train and Support Local MSMEs | AFN News

Previous story: Express Interview with PT Usha: 7 Facts We Bet You Didn’t Know About The “Speed ​​Queen” Walmart and Flipkart Announce MoU with Government of Uttar Pradesh to Train and Support Local MSMEs Posted on January 7, 2022 Since the start of the pandemic, Livinguard, the Swiss-based international leader …

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Kennewick, Pasco or Richland? Experts say it’s the best city

The Tri-Cities metro includes several cities, including Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. Even though the Tri-Cities are generally treated as the sum of its parts, a large metro, several governments are at work. You have the individual municipal governments, and you have all the county governments in play. These governments oversee …

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Taco Bell sells $ 10 monthly taco subscription – Boston News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) – Taco Bell is in the process of deploying what is arguably the tastiest subscription service however: tacos of the day. For $ 10 per month, Taco Bell customers can get one taco per day for 30 consecutive days. The national program, called Taco Lover’s Pass, is available for …

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New Jersey business and industry leaders team up with community colleges

The New Jersey Business and Industry Association and New Jersey Community Colleges have launched an initiative designed to help the state’s education system build an innovative workforce. Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of NJBIA, said the New Jersey Pathways to Career Opportunities program “will bring together and align New Jersey …

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Election officials deny allegations during scrutiny of Arizona poll | US government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona election officials plan on Wednesday to present a point-by-point rebuttal of a partisan review of the 2020 election that former President Donald Trump and many of his supporters have used to promote the myth according to which Trump lost to fraud. Election administrators and predominantly Republican …

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Trump cancels Florida press conference scheduled for Jan.6 – Boston News, Weather, Sports

NEW YORK (AP) – Former President Donald Trump has canceled a press conference he had planned to hold in Florida on the anniversary of the Jan.6 attack on the Capitol by his supporters. Trump said in a statement Tuesday night that he would instead discuss his grievances at a rally …

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Desertbreeze Management Company Wins William Lyon Community Home Association Business in Sonoran Foothills |

PHOENIX, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Desertbreeze Management Company, a full-service residential property management company, today announced that the company has won the opportunity to represent a Phoenix-association of neighborhood owners, Guillaume Lyon’s houses at the foothills of Sonora. This is the first associative client of the new …

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A billion dollar project to transform the south shore of Tempe Town Lake

Developer proposes to transform long vacant waterfront property in Tempe Town Lake into a $ 1.8 billion ‘resort-inspired’ community with apartments, shops, restaurants and a jetty that s ‘advance in the water. The project, known as the South Pier at Tempe Town Lake, is planned on Vista Del Lago Drive …

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Anti-government plots could cause problems with Western drought

For more than a century, a system of government and legal agreements has largely resolved water disputes among residents of the country’s most arid region. Conflict resolution methods were at work in December when the water bosses of California, Nevada and Arizona agreed to reduce their use of Colorado River …

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Food Network’s Beau MacMillan to open Old Town Scottsdale restaurant

BeauMac arrives in Old Town Scottsdale. He has run the kitchen at Elements at Sanctuary Camelback Mountain for over 20 years. And now, famous chef Beau MacMillan is branching out with a second Valley restaurant concept. Chef Cala’s restaurant is coming soon to the new Senna House boutique hotel at …

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Linda Lunde – InForum | Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo news, weather and sports

Forman, ND: The funeral for Linda K. Lunde will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Forman. Reverend Julie Johnson will officiate. Visitations will be held from 5 to 7 on Friday, Jan. 7 at the church, ending with a prayer service …

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Tucson nonprofit seeks community of small houses for transgender women of color | Local news

“What we want is to build communities” Jones began fighting for transgender rights while attending Phoenix Community College. During her transition, her access to the fitness center locker rooms was revoked and she found herself having to speak out. “It was the first time that I became an activist,” she …

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Quebec government wants NHL team to come to capital, but fans are skeptical

Quebec Nordiques fans wait outside the Videotron Center before a QMJHL game on September 12, 2015 in Quebec City.Jacques Boissinot / The Canadian Press Quebec politicians meet with leaders of the National Hockey League in January, but it’s unclear what influence the government may have on the league or if …

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The city where your car is most likely to be stolen in all states – 24/7 Wall St.

Motor vehicle theft, one of the FBI’s most serious crimes, is on the rise in the United States. There were a total of 810,400 motor vehicle thefts nationwide in 2020, the highest in more than a decade. Motor vehicle theft can be the theft or attempted theft of a vehicle, …

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Eldora F. Krueger – Rochester Minnesota news, weather, sports

Eldora Krueger, 105, died on Thursday, December 30, 2021 at Seasons Hospice House in Rochester. Eldora Frieda Grieve was born on May 14, 1916 in Chatfield. She was baptized in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Chatfield and confirmed in 1930. She married Lawrence Krueger in 1946. In 1933, she graduated …

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A Community Conversation on Water | Independent Verde

In October, the Sustainability Alliance produced an online webinar on a new Friends of the Verde River program designed to give homeowners, businesses and communities a new voice to save the Verde through their River Friendly lifestyle concept. Dr Max Wilson, Flow Maintenance Manager for Friends of the Verde, explained …

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