Monthly Archives: June 2022

Will Trump dodge a bullet again? | Herald Community Newspapers

Jerry Kremer As a former elected official, I’m often asked who has the toughest job in America. More often than not, I respond to either President Biden or New York City Mayor Eric Adams. But after watching three of the Jan. 6 committee hearings, I decided that Attorney General Merrick …

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FREYR expands Norwegian plant plans, government agrees to support

FREYR is listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Image: NYSE. FREYR Battery is set to move forward with the construction of its first battery gigafactory in Norway, having received assurances of financial and strategic support from the country’s government. The Norway-headquartered battery cell manufacturing startup said it had sanctioned …

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Scoreboard/Lineup – Tuesday, June 28 – PortageOnline.com

Monday results Santa Clara Baseball League major league baseball American LeagueToronto 7 Boston 2New York 9 Oakland 5Minnesota 11 Cleveland 1Texas 10 Kansas City 4Los Angeles 4 Chicago 3Baltimore 9 Seattle 2 National LeagueWashington 3 Pittsburgh 2St. Louis 9 Miami 0Colorado 4 Los Angeles 0 Tuesday Games Santa Clara Baseball …

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Community-level COVID indicators continue to rise in Coconino County as case rates drop | Local

As community-level indicators continue to rise in Coconino County, the number of newly reported cases fell again the week ending June 18, according to the latest Dashboard data report from last week. Overall, the county remains at an average level of transmission. Both indicators at the community level rose last …

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Judges side with doctors convicted in pain schemes | National government and new policies

By MARK SHERMAN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled on Monday to doctors facing criminal charges for over-prescribing strong painkillers in a case resulting from the opioid addiction crisis. Judge Stephen Breyer wrote for the court that prosecutors must prove doctors knew they were illegally prescribing …

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Ipswich Town: v Needham Market Thoughts from Mike Bacon

Published: 06:00 27 June 2022 Updated: 08:07 27 June 2022 Well, that was a good start, wasn’t it? The short trip from Ipswich Town to Needham Market on Saturday was a storm with, well, I would say, almost everyone there. Over 1,500 Town fans saw their side claim a comfortable …

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US forecasts | Weather | lesfaits.com

US Forecast for Monday, June 27, 2022 City/Town, State;Yesterday’s high temperature (F);Yesterday’s low temperature (F);Today’s high temperature (F);Today’s low temperature (F);Weather conditions;Direction wind;Wind speed (MPH);Humidity (%);Risk of precip. (%);UV Index Albany, NY;94;67;79;55;A Morning Storm;WNW;11;64%;73%;9 Albuquerque, NM;72;58;72;60;Severe thunderstorm;NE;5;73%;94%;3 Anchorage, AK;67;51;66;52;Partly Sunny, Pleasant;SW;8;64%;4%;6 Asheville, NC;78;68;78;62;A severe thunderstorm;NNW;7;76%;92%;4 Atlanta, GA;89;74;85;71;A shower and a …

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COMMUNITY BANK OF NEW YORK AT ELI

HICKSVILLE, NY, June 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New York Community Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: NYCB) (the “Company”), the parent company of New York Community Bank (the “Bank”), today announced the elimination of ), uncollected and unavailable funds charges on all of its personal and business checking products, and the elimination of …

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Arizona teachers won’t face new boundaries teaching about race and ethnicity next year | Arizona and Area News

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the legislation had been approved. He actually missed a vote due to the absence of a legislator. PHOENIX — Arizona teachers won’t face new rules this school year about how they can teach about race and ethnicity because a …

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Needham Market 0-7 Ipswich Town – Match Report – Ipswich Town News

Needham Market 0-7 Ipswich Town – Match ReportSaturday, June 25, 2022 2:25 p.m. Conor Chaplin scored a hat-trick and Matt Penney, Tommy Hughes, Freddie Ladapo and Greg Leigh scored one each as the Blues beat Needham Market 7-0 in their first pre-season friendly at Bloomfields. Dom Ball made his first …

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Honoring the LGBTQ+ community in science

June 24, 2022 June is LGTBQ+ Pride Month — a time to celebrate the contributions the LGTBQ+ community has made to society and throughout history. At Arizona State University, a faculty member supports LGTBQ+ students in STEM and shares what she is doing to help these students succeed in science. …

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Lawmakers rewrite Ducey’s plan for $1 billion for new water | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s plan to create a new state agency to boost the desert state’s increasingly strained water supply has turned into a plan to to empower an existing state entity to leverage and distribute a billion dollar new credit. The entity is a shadowy agency …

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🌱 100 pounds of meth seized + Drag Queen Brunches around town

Hello friends! I’m here right on time with your Thursday edition of the Phoenix Daily, filled with all the community news you need to know right now. Follow the latest news. First, today’s weather forecast: A storm around the afternoon. High: 107 Low: 88. 📢 I’m looking for business owners …

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Weather forecast for Tucson today: June 21 | Time

June 21st Today is expected to be mostly sunny with a maximum near 99 and 50% chance of rain. Tonight’s low will be near 74. Yesterday’s high was 101. Last year on this date the high was 105 degrees and the low was 83. Fifty years ago on June 21 …

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Hawaii Cyber ​​Airmen Awarded for Helping Community Critical Networks > Air National Guard > Article View

FORT DERUSSY, Hawaii — Three Airmen received Medals of Excellence May 14, at Fort DeRussy for making major improvements to the Hawaii National Guard’s cyber response capabilities. The small team of cyber analysts and operators were handpicked to create one of the nation’s first cyber mission assurance teams. …

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Water shortage | Town of Gilbert, Arizona

Will there be water restrictions? Currently there is no immediate impact on our municipal water supplies and therefore no mandatory water restrictions for customers. Wise use of water is always encouraged and our water conservation team can help you find ways to be more efficient. The Gilbert Water Conservation Team …

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Raffensperger of Georgia among witnesses for upcoming 6/1 hearing | National government and new policies

By FARNOUSH AMIRI – Associated Press Georgian Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is due to testify before the House committee on Tuesday January 6 about the extraordinary pressure he came under from former President Donald Trump to “find 11,780” votes that could swing the state to prevent Joe Biden’s election …

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Roland Pladson – Grand Forks Herald

Roland Pladson, 89, of Hatton, ND died May 20, 2022 in Gold Canyon, Arizona. A memorial service will be held Friday, June 24, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Hatton. A visitation will take place from 9:00 a.m. until the time of the service at the …

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January 6 committee targets Pence, Ginni Thomas | National government and new policies

By HOPE YEN – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — House committee members are investigating the Capitol Riot said on Sunday that they could subpoena former Vice President Mike Pence and were awaiting news from Virginia “Ginni” Thomasthe wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, about her role in the illegal …

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Kitt Peak Observatory, Evacuated Tribal Town | The Miner Kingman Miner

TUCSON — A wildfire in southern Arizona has forced the evacuation of a small tribal community and the Kitt Peak National Observatory. Fire officials said Friday that the fire’s northward growth prompted the evacuation of the community of Pan Tak on the Tohono O’odham Indian Reservation. Meanwhile, electricity to the …

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Arizona AG’s Effort to Demand Overhaul of Election Rules Denied | United States government and politics

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — An Arizona judge on Friday denied Republican Attorney General Mark Brnovich’s request to order Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs to make a major rewrite of a nearly 300-page document that explains to county election officials how to handle the 2022 …

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How to stay safe on the roads in bad weather

GLENDALE – The 2022 monsoon has officially arrived and that means blowing dust, intense storms and flooding will make driving conditions hazardous on some days across Arizona. For those unaccustomed to extreme weather conditions, a driving school in the valley uses modern technology to teach learner drivers how to stay …

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Maricopa Community College offers courses to fill gaps in the great resignation

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Maricopa Community College offers students the opportunity to earn certifications that will help fill vacancies after the Great Resignation. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the labor market and employers have been strongly impacted. “Last year’s big quit caused a lot of employees to leave …

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Hot, dry and windy weather to challenge fire crews in Arizona

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Fire crews battling two wildfires in northern Arizona expected some growth on Thursday due to hot, dry and windy conditions, officials said. Both fires were moving through grass, brush and pine trees on the northern outskirts of Flagstaff, a mountain town that is home to Northern …

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Bill Advances for Truth and Healing Commission Regarding Abuse at Government-Run Residential Schools

A House committee gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a bill that would create a commission to investigate historic abuses at Indian boarding schools, despite Republican concerns about the commission’s scope and power. Cronkite News Digest reports that the Truth and Healing Commission would investigate federal and mission boarding schools, which …

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Severe weather possible for New York State

We are still six days away from the official start of summer, but the weather outside is already looking like summer with temperatures regularly in the 70s and 80s. On Tuesday we saw temperatures hit the low 80s and it will be even hotter and wetter on Wednesday as 90 …

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Jerry Jeudy needs to arrive now that Russell Wilson is in town

You can count on a lot of things in life: death, taxes, and the offseason hype about players who didn’t quite reach their potential once the mandatory minicamp started. So now we need to know all about how Jerry Jeudy is really going to own it this season. Broncos Country: …

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News from those who serve 6/15/22 | Community

Service men and women Cody C. Alt, Sergeant, sergeant. United States Marine Corps Chief Motor Transport Maintenance, Combat Logistics Company 16, stationed in Yuma, Arizona. He is the son of Duane and Dawn Alt, and Carla Alt, all of Prairie du Sac. He graduated in 2004 from Sauk Prairie High …

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NIH to Host Virtual Stakeholder Engagement Meeting on U.S. Government Oversight Policies for Dual-Use Research of Concern

Media Advisory Tuesday, June 14, 2022 What National Institutes of Health to Host Virtual Stakeholder Engagement Meeting on U.S. Government Agenda dual-use life science research oversight policies of concern (DURC). DURC is life science research that, based on current knowledge, may reasonably yield knowledge, information, products or technologies that could …

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Evansville City Council Discusses Comprehensive Plan, Budget Amendments, Fire-EMS Scholarship

Evansville Mayor Chad Edwards, Council Member Michael Scott and Council Member Candace Machado (Gregory Hirst, Oil City) CASPER, Wyo.–Evansville has produced a balanced budget for the second straight year, Mayor Chad Edwards announced Monday at the regular meeting of the city council. The council also discussed the progress of the …

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A day closer to 100 degrees! Heat wave finally ends Monday night – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures will hit near-record highs again on Monday before a cold front finally breaks the relief for a few days. Denver officially hit 100 degrees on Saturday, tying a record set on June 11, 2013. Sunday’s high temperature wasn’t quite as hot but was still well above …

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Best Small Town Crime Movies, Ranked

Crime film has so many neat little subgenres. One of the best is the small town crime movie. The crime genre in small towns is often full of locals who know the past, the present, and some idea of ​​their future. The small-town crime genre gives directors and actors the …

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Here’s an easy way to help the surveillance government. Tell Governor Ige not to blow it up

When the editorial board of Civil Beat last wrote about Senate Bill 3252on February 22, it still had to go through the state Senate, the state House of Representatives, and be approved by both houses in the conference committee to pass. It’s no small set of hurdles, and most bills …

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The nation’s time | The company newspaper

The national weather forecast for Saturday, June 11, 2022 _____ COUNTRY SUMMARY Thunderstorms are expected to rumble along the East Coast from central New Jersey to Florida today. Meanwhile, spotted showers will wet some areas further north of Ohio through Pennsylvania, northern New Jersey and New York State. To the …

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NAU Men’s Basketball Summer Camp a hit with the local hoops community | Local

ERIC NEWMAN Solar Sports Editor Young children sprawled on three basketball courts at the Rolle Activity Center, all wearing NAU Lumberjacks shirts, as music played and male basketball players from northern Arizona acted as coaches for the children. Lumberjack guard Jayden Jackson smirked as two boys held his hand to …

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The medical community is urged to oppose the ongoing organ killings in China

Lack of media coverage, institutional silence, self-censorship and fear of retaliation from Beijing are among the reasons many people, including those in the medical sector, ignore China’s continued state-sanctioned practice. , consisting of killing innocent people for their organs. These reasons were presented during a panel discussion on June 9, …

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White supremacists annoy thousands on social media | National government and new policies

By AMANDA SEITZ – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Social media posts are a distinct type. They darkly hint that the CIA or FBI are behind it mass shootings. They traffic in racist, sexist and homophobic tropes. They relish the prospect of a “white boy summer.” Nationalists and white supremacists, …

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NTSB Reveals Probable Cause of Tempe Town Lake Train Derailment and Bridge Collapse

Tempe Bridge collapse: NTSB releases incident investigation report The bridge, which was built in 1912, collapsed following a derailment in 2020. FOX 10’s Nicole Garcia shares more about the report’s findings. TEMPE, Arizona. – Federal investigators have released a new report into the cause of a 2020 train derailment in …

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Susan “Susi” Haines Ruchie – West Central Tribune

Susan “Susi” Haines Ruchie, 57, died June 7, 2022 in Edina, Minnesota, following a long battle with LGL leukemia. A Celebration of Life service will be held on Monday, June 20, 2022 at 11 a.m. at the Normandale Lutheran Church in Edina. Visitation will be on Monday, June 20, 2022 …

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H3 Phoenix Community Group Raises Money to Benefit Mesa Children’s Home

Scottsdale community outreach group H3 Phoenix is ​​hosting a fundraiser this summer for Sunshine Acres Children’s Home, a privately funded family group home in Mesa, Arizona. H3 is looking to raise $50,000 in community donations for Sunshine Acres by mid-July, where all proceeds will benefit the home’s efforts to provide …

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Here Weed Go! is back with a new episode | Government and politics

The latest episode of the Arizona Daily Star’s national cannabis podcast, “Here Weed Go!,” is here! Cannabis host and writer Eddie Celaya takes a closer look at the growing movement to erase marijuana-related convictions and is joined by Caroline Isaacs, the executive director of Just Communities Arizona and Martin Hutchins, …

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The Nakashima Foundation hosts the “Golconda” exhibition, reception

ART IN NAKASHIMA: The “Golconda: Introducing Modernism to India” reception and exhibition will take place at the Nakashima Foundation Arts Building in New Hope, Pennsylvania on June 12. (Photo by Komal Sharma) ‘Golconda’, a hidden gem and treasure of Indian architectural history located in Pondicherry, has a special connection with …

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5 Republicans vying for governorship in New Mexico primary – Boston News, Weather, Sports

SANTA FE, NM (AP) — Republican voters were choosing a candidate for governor of New Mexico from a field of five candidates during Tuesday’s primary election campaign dominated by concerns about the economy, violent crime and the United States southern border security. The winner of the GOP contest will face …

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Online courses can help community college students succeed

Credit: Julie Leopo/EdSource Credit: Julie Leopo/EdSource Thomas Epstein June 6, 2022 While California has been accustomed to earthquakes and has been preparing for the Big One for decades, the state was caught off guard by the pandemic earthquake that rocked our state in March 2020. Although the government response has …

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House GOP seeks school funding overhaul and voucher expansion | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — Majority Republicans in the Arizona House are working to finalize a deal that would dramatically increase funding for K-12 public schools and enact a major expansion of the state’s private school voucher system. ‘State. Republicans who hold a majority in the House have yet to agree, but …

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This year’s hottest weather is on the way

Mother Nature is poised to increase the heat to levels more typical of midsummer in the southwestern United States at the end of this week, and forecasters say decades-old records could be threatened amid the sizzle of the start of the season. “A northward bulge in the jet stream will …

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Summerfair Art Festival gives back to the community

CINCINNATI – For more than 50 years, the Summerfair Art Festival has attracted artists and buyers from throughout the Greater Cincinnati area and across the United States. What do you want to know Summerfair Arts Festival features artists from across the country There are over 900 submissions each year and …

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Business and government leaders explain why people are moving to growth-friendly states like Montana

Richard Bernstein Advisors Deputy CIO Dan Suzuki provides an overview of the stock market. States like Montana, Idaho and Utah have grown faster than most of the rest of the country, which Montana’s political and business leaders have attributed to both lifestyle, environment commercial and state policy. “As people are …

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George Edward Sargent – Brainerd Dispatch

George Edward Sargent, 79, of Stacy MN., a native of Brainerd MN., died Saturday, May 28, 2022 at M Health Fairview in Minneapolis. A celebration of life for George (aka Ed) will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, July 8, 2022, at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Brainerd. Family and friends …

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The city is moving forward with planning for shelters on the outskirts of the city

Chronicle: The True Story – by Dirk Knudsen; Editor The Herald of Hillsboro has been a leader in covering the issues facing our communities with regards to homelessness. No one likes options or having to deal with this problem, but there is no escaping it. Our housing policies and city-wide …

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Car-Free Culdesac Neighborhood Announces Community Bike Shop

TEMPE, Arizona–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Culdesac Tempe is pleased to announce its latest major retailer, Archer’s Bikes, for bike sales, trials, rentals, repair and accessories. Archer’s Bikes complements Culdesac Tempe’s array of local businesses which includes an independent grocery store, cafe and restaurant. Archer’s Bikes caters to everyday commuters and welcomes people from …

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Ipswich Town FC: What Mark Ashton needs to do in second year as CEO

Published: 06:00 3 June 2022 Mark Ashton has entered his second year as CEO of Ipswich Town. Mark Heath reviews its main tasks over the next 12 months… JUST WIN BABY Top of the list, and most important of all, the Ipswich Town side that Ashton has built simply needs …

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Trump backs Arizona candidate who echoes 2020 election lies | Government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER and JILL COLVIN – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Donald Trump on Thursday approved an investor Blake Masters in the crowded Republican Senate primary in Arizona, citing the candidate’s strident support for Trump’s lies about the 2020 election. The former president said in a statement that …

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City cancels children’s drag show, citing safety concerns

The town of Jasper, Indiana, along with the Dubois County Pride Committee, canceled their “Family Friendly Drag Show” for safety reasons after the event was shared by the Libs of Twitter account. Tik Tok. An online advertisement for the June 24 event, which Libs of TikTok share, encouraged attendees to …

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Gilbert is seeking donations and volunteers for the heat relief program

Gilbert is soliciting donations of bottled water for residents at risk of heat-related illnesses. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock Images) The Town of Gilbert is looking for local businesses and individuals to donate water and other non-perishable heat-related items to the ongoing program Heat donation program. According to Arizona Department of …

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AZ Senate Republicans block gun background check vote attempt | Government and politics

PHOENIX — Senate Republicans on Tuesday rescinded a bid to force a vote on legislation banning people from buying guns unless they have a background check first. The party line vote came on a bid by Sen. Martin Quezada, D-Glendale, to get a roll-call vote on his SB 1546. It …

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