Monthly Archives: May 2022

Desert Sunrise JV Football To Debut Cross-Town Enemy

Desert Sunrise High School’s junior varsity football team will open its inaugural season at opposing Sequoia Pathway on September 1. And the regular season will conclude with an intra-Maricopa Unified School District game with Maricopa High School on Nov. 9 at Ram Stadium. Desert Sunrise, the city’s second high school, …

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Jeff Gladney dies at 25: NFL community mourns former first-round CB and sends condolences on social media

Former NFL first-round cornerback Jeff Gladney died Monday at the age of 25 following a car accident in Dallas. Details of the car crash have not been released. Gladney, who played at TCU, was selected in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, picked by the Minnesota Vikings with …

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Gas prices hit 10-year high – Boston News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) – Millions of Americans traveling this holiday weekend are being greeted by unprecedented prices at the gas pump. The national average for regular gasoline hit a new record high of $4.62 a gallon on Monday, according to AAA. That’s up a penny from Sunday and 44 cents more than …

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Exchange: The problem of water supply in Casa Grande takes a new turn | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — Nearly a year after the Arizona Department of Water Resources announced it would not approve new certificates of supply for groundwater use in the active management area de Pinal, local groups are pushing back against the agency’s findings, and developers have found a way to continue building …

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Valedictorian Profile: Sharing the Spotlight – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Twin sisters win 2022 valedictorian and salute titles at Eagle Point High School Photo by Denise Baratta | Cara Stanek, right, is the 2022 valedictorian at Eagle Point High School, sharing the honors with her twin sister Emma Stanek, who is this year’s salutatorian. German-born Eagle Point twins Emma and …

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Joe Biden appoints 3 men to be US Marshals in Georgia | Government and politics

ATLANTA (AP) — President Joe Biden on Thursday named police chiefs in Savannah and Perry and a former DeKalb County sheriff to serve as U.S. marshals in Georgia’s three federal court districts. Each must be confirmed by the US Senate before taking office. The men would oversee U.S. Marshals Service …

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The town of Parker began as Parker’s Landing on the Colorado River

PARKER, Ariz. (3TV/CBS5) — Nestled on the banks of the Colorado River, the town of Parker began as a point on the river that served as a ferry terminal for freight traveling up and down the Colorado River by steamboat. In the 19th century, from 1852 until the railroad came …

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Not Your Typical Deli Moves to Heritage District

A building behind the Farmhouse restaurant will become NYT Deli’s new location starting this summer. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) Not your typical grocery store is on the move locations from its restaurant in Gilbert Town Square to a building in the Heritage Quarter behind the Farmhouse Restaurant and facing the …

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Cécile Morud – Jamestown Sun

Cécile Morud, 95, died in her sleep early on May 25, 2022 at SMP Health-Ave Maria. Although healthy in many ways, she suffered her later years with Alzheimer’s disease. Cécile was born on March 30, 1927, on the family farm, daughter of Emily and Victor Nelson. Cécile was the youngest …

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Brady and Carbahal elected to head First Northern Community Bancorp board

DIXON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–First Northern Community Bancorp (OTCQB: FNRN), holding company of First Northern Bank, announced that Patrick R. Brady was elected for a two-year term as President and John M. Carbahal was elected to a one-year term as Vice Chair at its recent 2022 Board of Directors organizational meeting. Together, …

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‘Horrible’ conspiracy theories swirl around Texas shooting | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By DAVID KLEPPER and ALI SWENSON – Associated Press PROVIDENCE, RI (AP) — Now it’s as predictable as calls to thought and prayer: A mass shooting leaves many dead, and wild conspiracy theories and misinformation about the carnage soon follow. It happened after sand hookafter Parkafter the shooting in the …

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The city with the most veterans in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Young Americans join the armed forces for many reasons, including the opportunity to learn new skills, get physically fit, and earn financial aid to pay for their education. Odon’t however, the most common reasons are to serve the country. In addition to more th2.3km awayThe lion’s share of active duty …

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Zacks: Analysts expect New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB) to post quarterly sales of $355.07 million

Analysts expect New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:NYCB – Get Rating) to report $355.07 million in sales for the current quarter, according to Zacks Investment Research. Five analysts provided earnings estimates for New York Community Bancorp, with the highest sales estimate at $361.54 million and the lowest estimate at $345.20 …

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Rain and snow slow fires in New Mexico, but hot, dry weather looms

SANTA FE, New Mexico — North America’s largest wildfire slowed to a near standstill in northern New Mexico on Tuesday amid light rain and some snow in the mountains as nearly 3,000 firefighters rushed to anticipate a worsening fire forecast in the coming days. Memorial Day weekend historically marks the …

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Hillicon Valley — Government lacks ransomware data

Sen. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) released a report Tuesday that shows the federal government lacks comprehensive data on cryptocurrency-related ransomware attacks. Separately, a group of activists staged a protest at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) summit on Tuesday to draw attention to the company’s work with immigration agencies and law enforcement …

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How to stay safe during tornado season

Friday afternoon. On May 20, Gaylord Michigan saw a tornado touch down in Gaylord during a thunderstorm killing 2 people and injuring 44 with a path of destruction. Gaylord has no tornado sirens, although residents receive alerts through their cell phones. In a situation like this, knowing the signs of …

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NEW YORK COMMUNITY BANCORP, INC. DECLARES A QUARTERLY CASH DIVIDEND ON ITS PREFERRED SHARES | News

HICKSVILLENY , May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Board of Directors of New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”) has announced the declaration of a quarterly cash dividend on its fixed rate non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock floating rate, series A (NYSE: NYCB PA) at the rate of $15.94 …

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Offices including that of Secretary of State disputed in Alabama | United States government and politics

By JAY REEVES – Associated Press Campaigns for the United States Senate and governor have garnered the most attention ahead of Tuesday’s primary in Alabama, but five other statewide races are on the ballot. With multiple candidates in some races, some nominations may not be decided until the second round …

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Better weather conditions help crews work New Mexico fires

Improved weather on Saturday helped firefighters battle several large wildfires in New Mexico, including the nation’s largest active blaze. A cold front that blew through on Friday lowered temperatures, raised humidity levels and provided cloud cover over the largest fire, which is burning in northern New Mexico, said fire behavior …

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Vail begins search for new city manager

Former Vail City Manager Scott Robson was the executive director of the Civic Center Conservancy in Denver before coming to Vail.Vail Daily Archive The city of Vail has launched a search for a new chief executive. The city has hired Columbia Ltd., a Colorado Springs-based executive search firm. At a …

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Jerome’s Mining Camp Was Once “The Baddest Town in the West”

JEROME, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) – The historic mining town of Jerome in Yavapai County is perched on the side of Cleopatra Hill, where some of the richest copper ores were mined from the earth. The ancient inhabitants were familiar with the rich colored copper-bearing minerals of the region. The Hohokam …

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Ginni Thomas’ emails delve deeper into her involvement in the 2020 election | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By MARK SHERMAN and JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Virginia “Ginni” Thomas wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and a conservative political activist, urged Republican lawmakers in Arizona after the 2020 presidential election to choose their own voters list, arguing the results giving Joe Biden …

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The ‘Small Town Wisconsin’ director has roots in Whitefish Bay

WHITEFISH BAY, WI – You’ll be able to catch glimpses of Milwaukee and Whitefish Bay on the big screen when the movie “Small Town Wisconsin” premieres in theaters in June. The film, originally released at film festivals in 2020, comes out of a festival held in May for its theatrical …

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Fran Saatzer – Brainerd Dispatch

Fran Saatzer (82), surrounded by her family, was introduced into the arms of Jesus on May 11, 2022 at 8:17 p.m. His celebration of life will be held Saturday, June 4 at 11:00 a.m. at Baxter’s First Baptist Church, with Pastor Wayne Erickson officiating. Visitation will take place at 10:00 …

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Craven Community College will host a chamber music concert

NEW BERN, NC – Craven Community College will host a chamber music concert on May 26 at 7 p.m. in the Orringer Auditorium on the New Bern campus. Music will be performed by Craven CC staff accompanist and pianist Shauna Bierly, along with vocalist Megan Massey, pianist Jared Alan Yoakem, …

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Court weighs dispute over online publication of voting records | United States government and politics

By MORGAN LEE – Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — A conservative-backed foundation that aims to publish online voter registration records across the country urged a federal judge on Tuesday to overrule objections from New Mexico election regulators who say the initiative violates state law and would discourage people from …

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Republican Senate Candidates Promote ‘Replacement’ Theory | NanaimoNewsNOW

Some of the Republican campaigns have denied that their statements amount to a replacement theory, but among pundits there is little doubt. Five hate speech experts who have reviewed Republican candidates’ comments have confirmed that they promote baseless racist theory, even though Republicans do not directly mention race. “Comments like …

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Zoo Miami welcomes boyfriend for ‘Bella’

Bella and Jiwa meet. On June 30, 2018, “Bella”, then a 5-year-old Bornean orangutan, made her public debut at Zoo Miami with her mother, “Kumang”, after arriving from Seneca Park Zoo in New York. The two were crowd favorites until Kumang’s sad death in September last year following complications from …

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Biden praises Greece for its leadership after the invasion of Russia | Fremont Tribune – Government and Politics

By AAMER MADHANI and ZEKE MILLER – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Monday thanked Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis for his country’s “moral leadership” in the aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine as the two men spoke Monday at the House Blanche on the current conflict. …

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“Lux begs for a ticket out of town. Beggar”

There wasn’t much to complain about for Los Angeles Dodgers fans. The team is currently tied for first place with the San Diego Padres in National League West, Major League Baseball’s most competitive division, and is on course to win 100 games. This level of success tends to happen when …

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4 companies soon in Gilbert

L’Mage Salon Studios is preparing its interior for an upcoming opening. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) Here are four businesses that will soon arrive at Gilbert. Advance Auto Parts plans to open a store near the northwest corner of Queen Creek and Higley Roads in Gilbert. The national auto parts retailer …

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7 extreme weather conditions that will impact NFL games this season

Football season is almost here, and that means millions of fans will brave extreme weather conditions to watch their favorite NFL team battle for victory. Through extreme heat, freezing cold and everything in between, the league is known for playing in brutal weather conditions. If Mother Nature sticks to the …

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Tucson veterans face housing crisis, fewer affordable choices | Government and politics

Pima County veterans are finding fewer rental options here, and about 150 were moved out last year because they couldn’t afford where they lived. He’s not a trend veteran that Dennis Hoban wants to join. Hoban, 75, lives at The Place at Wilmot North, a 55-plus compound that includes veterans …

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College town rent a pain for students — but no end in sight for rising rates

Housing (Photo: US Air Force) LOS ANGELES, CA (CBS News) – The school year is coming to an end for students across the country. Millions of people faced high housing costs last year and prices will only rise, especially for those living off campus. Middle school senior Jennifer Lopez learned …

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Rochelle News-Leader | There’s that summer time

That’s it – there’s that summer weather. It landed on the region like a thud last week. We’ve all been waiting for it – well, most of us – since last year. And let’s face it, we’ve never really had much spring this year. Living in the Midwest can be …

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Letter to the Editor: High Country Humane thanks the community | Letters

High Country Humane would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the community for the incredible support of our shelter during the tunnel fire. We don’t know what we could have done without the tireless dedication of our volunteers and the generous donations of all members of the community. …

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Easterly Government Properties, Inc. (NYSE:DEA) Expected to Post Quarterly Sales of $75.98 Million

Brokers expect Easterly Government Properties, Inc. (NYSE:DEA – Get a rating) will announce revenue of $75.98 million for the current quarter, Zacks reports. Three analysts have made earnings estimates for Easterly Government Properties. The lowest sales estimate is $75.05 million and the highest is $77.38 million. Easterly’s government properties posted …

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Blues Dawgs Reunion Concert at the Old Town Center for the Arts – Sedona.Biz

Cottonwood News – The Old Town Arts Center is pleased to announce the Blues Dawg Reunion Concert on Friday, May 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the Old Town Arts Center in Cottonwood. This concert is sponsored by Best Western Cottonwood Inn and Lee Worthen, and kicks off Saturday’s separate Bob …

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Dr. James Silas Walker – Sun of Jamestown

James Silas Walker lived a long and full life and passed away peacefully on May 1, 2022, at the age of 88. Jim was born to John Charles and Ruth Yeagle Walker on August 21, 1933 in Walnut Grove, TN. The family soon moved to Tucson, Arizona, where Jim met …

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Gilbert narrows search for fire chief to five finalists

The Gilbert Fire & Rescue Department has five finalists for its open chief position. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Journal) The nationwide search for a new chief for the Gilbert Fire and Rescue Service has been limited to finalists, including a current member of the service, city officials announced May 11. Gilbert’s …

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Democrats seek criminal charges against Trump Interior chief | National government and new policies

PA WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats on the House Natural Resources Committee asked the Ministry of Justice t Wednesday to investigate whether a Trump administration interior secretary engaged in possible criminal conduct while he helping an Arizona developer secure a crucial permit for a housing project. The criminal referral says David …

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Marijuana farm creates job growth in Arizona town

SNOWFLAKE, AZ – Just a three-hour drive from Phoenix is ​​one of the largest adult and medical marijuana farms in North America. Copperstate Farmslocated in Snowflake, Arizona, began operations in September 2016. The farm initially produced medical marijuana and expanded to include growing recreational pot for adult use when Proposition …

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Shari Carr – Sun of Jamestown

Shari L. Carr, 69, Jamestown, ND, died April 30, 2022 in Gilbert, Arizona with her husband and family by her side. Shari was born September 2, 1952 in Devils Lake, ND, the daughter of Richard and Dorothy (Rohde) Halvorson. Her family moved to Jamestown, ND where she attended school and …

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Marin Aldersly County Retirement Community Selects New Executive Director

Shannon Brown, who last worked as the executive director of an Arizona retirement community business, has been hired as executive director of Aldersly, a San Rafael-based nonprofit. Aldersly officials said his arrival last month was timed with the organization’s multi-phase expansion plan, which includes opening the new Rosenborg Memory Care …

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Arizona high court pushes to disqualify GOP lawmakers | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court on Monday rejected an attempt to disqualify three Republican lawmakers from this year’s ballot because of their role in planning or participating in a rally that led to the unprecedented attack against Congress on January 6, 2021. The decision means U.S. Representatives Paul …

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Prolonged windy spell and critical fires expected in northern Arizona

The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for all of northern Arizona. Wind advisories and critical weather fires are expected to continue at least through Wednesday next week. A wind advisory is also in effect today for all of northern Arizona except for the lower deserts of …

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Football star Diné lands scholarship with Pratt Community College

WINDOW ROCK Aalicia Arizona Mitchell has signed her letter of intent to play women’s soccer at Pratt Community College in Pratt, Kansas. She will be the first in her family to go to college on an athletic scholarship. According to the college, she will be the first full-blooded Navajo to …

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Expect cooler weather on Mother’s Day, but a triple-digit Saturday

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – We had another day with above average temperatures around Arizona, and we expect that trend to continue through Saturday. The average high this time of year is around 91 for Phoenix, and we’ve been way above that. Even the mountains are experiencing much warmer temperatures than …

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Assistant Warden Job (Community Corrections) – Arizona Department of Corrections Rehabilitation & Reentry

Apply on this link: https://internal.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/assistant-director-community-corrections-phoenix-arizona-united-states Provide leadership and management to the staff of the Community Corrections Division. Manage, supervise and mentor junior employees. − Plan, develop and implement new programs and services based on data, science and evidence-based practices. Develop and implement policies and procedures specific to community corrections in …

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City of Gilbert Deploys Cyber ​​Recovery Vault as Data Haven

With recent research developer “you will be hacked, so embrace the breach,” pointing out that cyber resilience has become common practice for businesses large and small. In fact, ensuring that critical data is immediately recoverable and can be reused is a game-changer. As the fourth-largest municipality in Arizona, serving 281,000 …

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Abbott says the feds should cover the cost of educating undocumented students in Texas public schools

(TEXAS GRANDSTAND) – Govt. Greg Abbott wants the federal government to pay for the public education of undocumented students in Texas schools, arguing that President Joe Biden’s administration’s decision to lift the Title 42 policy later this month will lead to an influx of immigrants across the border which is …

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Double overtime: WUL’s fantastic last weekend, winning declarations and stormy weather in PUL

The WUL Championship weekend is set. May 4, 2022 by Jenna Weiner and Sascha Vogel in Podcast with comments Jenna Weiner and Sascha Vogel review the WUL’s final regular season weekend and how the Arizona Sidewinders manage to fight their way to championship weekend. They also talk about an eclectic …

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Arizona Community Foundation seeking new CEO

Open the audio article player By Staff | on May 04, 2022 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. The Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) today announced the opening of the application acceptance process for candidates interested in the position of President and CEO. ACF’s Board of Directors …

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Players Bet $492 Million in February, Arizona Receives $670,000 in Taxes | Government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans bet nearly $492 million on sporting events in February and recouped all but $24 million of that money, a slight drop at the end of professional football except for the Super Bowl on February 13. Tuesday’s report from the Arizona Department of Gaming on the sixth …

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Phase 1 Fire Restrictions Begin May 5 for Northern Arizona Forests, City of Tusayan | Williams-Grand Canyon News

WILLIAMS, Ariz. – Beginning May 5, Stage 1 fire and smoking restrictions go into effect in the Williams and Tusayan districts of the Kaibab National Forest, the entirety of Coconino National Forest, state lands and the city of Tusayan. Under Stage 1 restrictions, fires, campfires, charcoal, coal and wood-burning stoves …

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The nation’s time | The Company-Tocsin

The national weather forecast for Tuesday, May 3, 2022 _____ COUNTRY SUMMARY A storm track originating in the Pacific Ocean remain active in much of the country today. With the the storm that brought rain to the northeast on Monday is now over to the sea, the high pressures will …

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UArizona engineering students develop solutions for the community

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — When Gabriella Vindiola started her senior project, she didn’t just want to create something. She wanted to leave her mark on Tucson. “There were a lot of big company projects that were really exciting and had a lot of interesting things. For me, it was important …

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Supreme Court rules against Boston in Christian flag case | Government and politics

By MARK SHERMAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — A unanimous Supreme Court ruled Monday that Boston violated a conservative activist’s free speech rights by denying his request to fly a Christian flag from a flagpole outside the hotel. of town. Judge Stephen Breyer wrote for the court that the …

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Evidence of GOP involvement in Trump’s campaign plans mounts – Boston News, Weather, Sports

WASHINGTON (AP) — Rioters who forced their way into the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 succeeded — at least temporarily — in delaying certification of Joe Biden’s election to the White House. A few hours earlier, Rep. Jim Jordan had tried to achieve the same thing. Texting then-White House …

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Dewey and Bernice Hostetler, 70 | Community Notes

Dewey and Bernice Hostetler will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on May 3. They were married by J. Lawrence Burkholder, Goshen, Ind., at the home of his parents, Samuel and Clara Lehman, Castorland. The couple met in LaJunta, Colorado, at the hospital when Bernice was in school and Dewey was …

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