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Oregons in town for No. 16 Huskies

Related links History links THIS WEEK AT HUSKY VOLLEYBALL FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 #16 Washington hosts Oregon State, 8:00 p.m. Alaska Airlines Arena Live broadcast on Pac-12 Networks National | Live statistics SUNDAY OCTOBER 9#16 Washington hosts #12 Oregon, 4:00 p.m.Alaska Airlines Arena Live broadcast on …

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When is the first frost? Here’s what the averages say

The first frost occurs on a different date, on average, in each region of the United States. Different weather conditions each year can cause the first frost to occur earlier or later than average. Mountainous regions generally reach 32 degrees before areas less influenced by the relief. The first frost …

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What was the GOP that wanted less government?

We urgently need your help. DAME reports the stories that need to be told, from perspectives that are not heard enough. In times of crisis, it is even more essential that these voices are not ignored, but COVID-19 has impacted our ability to continue publishing. Please support our mission by …

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NFL Green wants Super Bowl to benefit Arizona community and environment

Director, NFL Environmental Program Jack Groh, Associate Director, NFL Environmental Program Susan Groh, President, PepsiCo Beverages North America West Division Johannes Evenblij and Director, FORCE BLUE Jim Ritterhoff attend NFL, Pepsi Stronger Together and FORCE BLUE Restore Football Field-Sized Kelp Forest at the Cabrillo Marine Aquarium on January 24, 2022 …

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The Weekly – Mervis and Canario Props, Cool Kids in Town, Instructed Action and Some Dead End Friends

Alexander Canario – Photo by Todd Johnson I’d like to first start this week by thanking everyone for reading our coverage of the 2022 Minor League Regular Season and Playoffs! We are now at the point of the year where instructions take place in Arizona and the Arizona Fall League …

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Biden signs bill to avoid government shutdown and help Ukraine

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden signed into law a bill on Friday that funds the federal government until mid-December and provides another infusion of military and economic aid to Ukraine after lawmakers acted to avert a partial government shutdown that was due to begin after midnight. The bill passed …

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Mable Downer Williams – Upper Telegram

Mabel D. Williams, of Superior, passed away Saturday, September 24 at Essentia Health Duluth. She was born in Bowdle, SD on November 2, 1926, the daughter of Adney and Alma Downer. Mabel was the first in her family to attend university. She graduated from Jamestown University, Jamestown, ND with a …

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Arizona students protest new laws targeting the LGBTQ+ community – The Hill

The story at a glance High school students in Arizona walked out of class on Thursday to protest a number of new state laws that went into effect on Saturday that they say discriminate against LGBTQ+ people. Among the new laws that have come into force are two measures that …

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City officials welcome Israeli government delegation | Local News

Mayor Ginny Dickey, city leaders and the Fountain Hills Sister Cities Corp. met with an Israeli government delegation on Tuesday 13 September. Organized by Global Ties Arizona, the groups shared common issues within their organizations. The Israeli delegation included Knesset Parliamentary Adviser to the Coalition Speaker, MK Mickey Zohar, Parliamentary …

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The day the Detroit Lions came to town

By Ron PeschLocalSportsJournal.com MUSKEGON–It was February 1948, when Alvin Nugent ‘Bo’ McMillin flew to Detroit to negotiate a new life. A contract with the Detroit Lions would more than double his current salary at Indiana University, where he served as the school’s football coach and athletic director. He still had …

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Most states are prepared for a recession

New York, September 29, 2022 – The majority of US states have the resources to weather an economic recession, according to a new study from Moody’s Analytics. A record 43 states have the cash to weather an economic crisis without having to resort to deep spending cuts or tax increases. …

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Governor Gavin Newsom signs additional abortion protections into law | News & Community

This article was originally published on September 27, 2022 by CalMatters. California Governor Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a package of 12 bills into law, establishing some of the strongest abortion protections in the country — a direct reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn federal abortion guarantees …

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Small Oregon town hosts first wind-solar-battery ‘hybrid’ factory

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A renewable energy plant commissioned in Oregon on Wednesday that combines solar, wind and massive batteries to store generated energy is the first plant in this type in North America. The project, which will generate enough electricity to power a small town at peak output, addresses …

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Hurricane Heading for Florida: Emergency Weather Preparedness for RVers

As Hurricane Ian heads for the west coast of Florida today, it’s a reminder of how seriously emergency weather preparedness for RVers should be taken. In bad weather, RVs are seriously vulnerable. A stick and brick building is always safer. But because an RV, by its very definition, is mobile, …

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Riverside Community Schools set to induct new class into Hall of Fame

Riverside Community Schools will honor four outstanding individuals and two teams during this year’s Hall of Fame induction. The ceremony will take place at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the middle and high school gymnasium as part of Riverside Homecoming Week activities. This year’s recipients will include former employees Kenneth Finnegan …

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Amarillo area Our Town briefs for the week of September 25, 2022

Reward offered for missing animal belonging to a woman killed in an accident A friend is trying to help his family locate one of the dogs belonging to a Florida woman who died in a vehicle accident earlier this month near Childress. The dog was one of two pets in …

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NFL Week 3 Weather (Fantasy Football)

Temperatures are a bit cooler and there will be a few moderately windy games, but the forecast for away games all looks clear. The only game to watch is the Tampa Bay game, but it looks like the scattered afternoon showers will clear up before kickoff. This weather article will …

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Chandler High Community Applauds ASU Interim Coach Shaun Aguano

Shaun Aguano enjoyed great success at Chandler High School, winning four state championships under his guidance and becoming a national football powerhouse. He joined ASU in 2019. (Photo by Daniel Petty/The Denver Post via Getty Images) TEMPE — Shaun Aguano has attended the annual Arizona Football Coaches Conference for 15 …

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Super Siblings: Puglianos Trigger North Medford – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Brothers Ty and AJ Pugliano deliver a mighty punch to Black Tornado One is measured, the other a little more improvised. Together, Ty and AJ Pugliano combine to provide a driving force for the North Medford football team on both sides of the ball. “There’s no doubting the impact these …

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Glendale Community College, West Valley Police launch new academy

Special for independent media Police departments in nine towns in the West Valley have worked with Glendale Community College to launch a full-time law enforcement training academy to meet the needs of their respective communities. The nine cities, Avondale, Buckeye, El Mirage, Glendale, Goodyear, Peoria, Surprise, Tolleson and Wickenburg will …

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Czech government: Russian NHL players are undesirable in Prague | Sports

PRAGUE (AP) — NHL teams playing in the Czech capital next month have learned their Russian players are not welcome. The Czech Foreign Ministry has told the NHL of its position due to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The department declined to say whether the NHL responded. × This page requires …

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City plans for future growth of a slice of Queen Creek |

Planning for the infrastructure needs of a rapidly growing municipality like Queen Creek can be challenging. But in the early 2000s, city officials worked with Pinal and Maricopa county transportation planners to try to predict what a small but promising corner of southeast Queen Creek would look like in 2020. …

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Arizona Weather: Current Storm Conditions for September 21

Flash flood warnings are in place for areas along I-10 northwest of Buckeye. PHOENIX – You might need an umbrella as the monsoon humidity makes for a wet Wednesday. Concentrated thunderstorms are already moving into the valley from the far west during the morning commute. Rainfall totals are already up …

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Manchin rails against ‘revenge policy’ on permit plan | National government and new policies

By MATTHEW DALY – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Joe Manchin spoke out on Tuesday against what he called the “politics of revenge,” as liberals in the House and Senate join Republicans in opposing its plan to speed up permits for gas pipelines and other energy projects. Manchin, a …

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Waymo plans wet weather driving tests in Washington – IoT World Today

Waymo is expanding its testing program to Washington State this winter. The company, owned by Google relative Alphabetbrings autonomy Jaguar i-Pace SUV at the town of Bellevue, across Lake Washington east of Seattle with a population of approximately 120,000. And one of the main attractions is the likelihood of rain. …

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Compliance Notes – Vol. 3, issue 37 – Government contracts, procurement and PPP

September 19, 2022 Nossaman LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. RECENT UPDATES ON LOBBYING, ETHICS AND CAMPAIGN FINANCING We read the news, cut the noise, and deliver the ratings to you. welcome to Compliance Ratings from Nossaman Government …

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Kyrene Foundation Holds Signature Fundraiser | Community orientation

The Kyrene Foundation is hosting its Night for Kyrene to raise funds to help school district students and their families, local schools and educators. Formerly called The Taste of Kyrene, this 10th annual fundraiser is set to be held at the Arizona Grand Resort & Spa on September 24. Tickets …

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ABOUT THE CITY | FALL 2022 MLM |

This 10-day celebration showcases the outstanding science and research conducted year-round in our backyard with a great collection of events ranging from climate change talks to kids’ art workshops, and this year, the Flagstaff Festival of Science kicks off its festivities. with a keynote address by world-renowned Egyptologist Dr. Zahi …

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13 First Alert Weather Forecast

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – All in all, we’re going to have a great week ahead. For the rest of the weekend, highs will be slightly below average across the region. The Las Vegas area can expect highs in the low to mid 90s with the Colorado River Basin hovering around …

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Yavapai County Arizona Community Foundation holds money for college events

Open the audio article player By Personal | on September 17, 2022 By the Community Foundation of Arizona The CAST 11 podcast network is sponsored by the Prescott Valley Outdoor Summit. Where adventure comes together. The Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County will host its annual Cash for College event …

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Answers to 10 questions about the US government

Answers to 10 questions about the US government The US government is the most powerful government in the world. It has a great impact on the global economy, foreign affairs, and more. Every American citizen knows that the national government is divided into three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. This …

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McFeely: Thanks to ND native Lute Olson, Tucson remains a basketball city – InForum

TUCSON, Arizona – Arizona Stadium and the football team’s indoor practice facility is located on the east end of the University of Arizona campus. On Friday afternoon, the Pride of Arizona, the school marching band, practiced inside the stadium in 97-degree heat under the desert sun. A block north is …

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Dew point is a better way to read the weather forecast

When a 72 degree day feels like a swampy armpit, I begin to realize that everything I thought I understood about the weather, primarily the temperature, is a lie. Sweating through my shirt, wiping my brow and staring in disbelief at my weather app wondering, “How could this be the …

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Community Leaders Raise Awareness of In-State Tuition for Dreamers

Arizona Prop 308: Community Leaders Raise Awareness of In-State Tuition for Dreamers PHOENIX – A coalition of community organizations has launched an educational outreach campaign to educate Arizona voters about Proposition 308. If passed, Proposition 308 would allow non-citizen students to receive in-state tuition if they attended and graduated from …

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Lightfoot calls on the feds to step in to help as more migrants arrive in Chicago

Lightfoot calls on the feds to step in to help as more migrants arrive in Chicago Chicago city leaders confirm the arrival of new asylum seekers from Texas. The group arrived Wednesday at O’Hare Airport. CHICAGO – Chicago city leaders confirm the arrival of new asylum seekers from Texas. The …

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Four Peaks Oktoberfest announces 3-day lineup at Lake Tempe Town

PHOENIX — Four Peaks Oktoberfest at Tempe Town Lake announced its three-day lineup for this year’s event on Wednesday. The German-themed festival will take place the weekend of October 7-9 and will include musical performances over the three days on two stages, new carnival rides, a celebrity contest and a …

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Richard “Dick” Moore – Enterprise Park Rapids

Richard “Dick” Dennis Moore, 82, Park Rapids, MN died Saturday, September 10, 2022 at May Creek Cottages in Walker, MN. Richard “Dick” Moore was born on July 28, 1940 to Harry and Grace (Jenks) Moore in Minneapolis, MN. He graduated from Mound High School in 1958 and entered the United …

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Nonprofit Princesses Serve the Community | Explorer

When Jeka Bosworth comes out, she takes on a new name: Isabela, just like the character from Disney’s “Encanto.” She can identify with her. “I know what it’s like to be the oldest daughter, the kid who has to be the perfect kid,” Bosworth said. “In the film, Isabela breaks …

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Wisper Internet CEO Challenges Feds Preference for Fiber: Breakfast Over Broadband

WASHINGTON, April 11, 2022 — At a Broadband Breakfast Live Online event last month, the federal government came under fire for allegedly favoring fiber builds over wireless projects in broadband expansion efforts. The claim was a topic of debate among panelists at the event, with Donny SmithCEO of Midwest wireless …

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Thunderstorms moving south of Casa Grande; Tornado warning expires

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – A rare event occurred in Arizona when a tornado warning was issued for parts of Pima and Pinal counties Monday afternoon. Tornado warning radar indicated that a thunderstorm could produce a tornado, but it was never spotted. The warning expired around 4:30 p.m. Isolated thunderstorms are …

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Racist policies leave black city without water, residents use technology to develop water from scratch

A small, historically black town in California is using technology to create water from scratch after racist policies rendered its water infrastructure obsolete and inefficient. KQED reports Allensworth, a California farming town with a population of about 500 about 60 miles north of Bakersfield, has had several problems with water …

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Truss risks harming the British machinery of government, warn former officials | app

According to two former civil service chiefs, Prime Minister Liz Truss damaged Britain’s system of government by sacking one senior civil servant and removing another during her first days in office. Robin Butler, who served under three Prime Ministers, and Gus O’Donnell, the Cabinet Secretary from 2005 to 2011, have …

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El Capitan apologizes to the community of St. Michaels

CHINLE An attempt to resolve a scheduling conflict led St. Michael’s Indian School to refrain from activities with El Capitan High following an alleged racist email sent by the school’s new athletic director. school, Derek Stransky. “Yeah, I’m in that situation with Carl (Adams) and other native schools,” Stransky said. …

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Weather in Las Vegas for Saturday, September 10, 2022

Most of the storms moved well west of Las Vegas, leaving fairly clear skies for the rest of Saturday. Thunderstorms that could produce heavy rain had a 50% chance in the Las Vegas Valley on Saturday, according to the National Weather Service. But the heavy rain did not materialize. Flash …

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Las Vegas Aces fans asked to ‘paint the town red’ to show support at WNBA Finals

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) — The game is scheduled for the 2022 WNBA Finals. The Las Vegas Aces will take on the Connecticut Sun as they chase their first championship. Las Vegas went 2 and 1 against Connecticut during the regular season. The best-of-5 series at the Michelob ULTRA Arena …

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Debating Debates: The Campaign Tradition in the Face of Skepticism | National government and new policies

By MEG KINNARD – Associated Press COLUMBIA, SC (AP) — Under pressure from his Republican rival, Pennsylvania Democratic Senate candidate John Fetterman said this week he would attend a debate before the November elections. In Georgia, Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are still working out the …

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Racism has deprived this historically black Californian city of its water. Now they develop their own water

Arsenic is tasteless, odorless, colorless and extremely toxic; traces of the natural contaminant may increase the risk of cancer. In Allensworth, some wells have arsenic levels 15 times the legal limit. State officials have known about Allensworth’s arsenic problem since at least the 1960s, but for decades, residents say, they …

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Tucson Symphony pays tribute to the Latino community with Mexican collaborations | Arts and Theater

The Tucson Symphony Orchestra is partnering for the second year with the Mexican Consulate in Tucson for the annual Mexican Independence Day Concert at the Fox Tucson Theater on Thursday, September 15. The concert is a collaboration between the Orchestra, Consulate and Sister Cities of Tucson-Mexico and will feature vocal …

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Gilbert’s Rock This Town Records is a feast for the eyes of record dealers

I don’t know why, but I’ve never associated the town of Gilbert, a suburb of Phoenix and neighboring Mesa and Chandler, with record stores. That changes, however, with the addition of Rock This Town Records to Valley’s vinyl landscape. Open for about two months, Rock This Town Records is on …

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Trump calls for terrorist acts against US government and officials

Donald Trump speaking in Phoenix, Arizona. Few believed that he would win the 2016 election. He might run in the next presidential election. Image: Gage Skidmore / CC BY-SA 2.0 Trump calls for terrorist acts against US government and officials The United States is no longer a healthy democracy – …

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Meteorological Authority | Exclusive 9-day forecast

Labor Day weekend is the unofficial end of summer. The city’s water parks (below) closed at 6 p.m. today for the season. We are heading into a very dry and very hot work week. A giant high pressure ridge has formed over California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah. At the same …

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Helen Schaefer remembers her love of chemistry, poetry and community | Subscriber

She had a hotly contested doctorate. in chemistry, but Helen Schaefer was probably best known in Tucson for her love and generous support of the arts and education. Schaefer was a regular on the shows and on the board of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. She sang for years with the …

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Bill of Rights is ‘harmful and intrusive’, says Scottish Government

The UK government’s proposed bill of rights is “harmful and intrusive”, the Scottish government said in response to a consultation. The highly controversial legislation would replace the Human Rights Act and mean the UK would not always have to follow the case law of the European Court of Human Rights. …

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‘Mr. Saturday Night video finds him in town

Jon Pardi has released his fourth studio album, Mr Saturday nighton Friday, September 2, and as a bonus, he delivered a music video to accompany the title track. The “Mr. Saturday Night” video follows the song’s story, in which Pardi is cautiously optimistic about a breakup ending, but in the …

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Travel, statewide weather updates

For many, Labor Day weekend marks the end of the vacation season. This means that many will hit the road and take advantage of nearby travel destinations. Chances of rain will simmer by Friday and weather experts were advising people to be wary of temperatures over 100 degrees set to …

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Venezuelan government again accuses former oil czar of wrongdoing | app

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — The Venezuelan government is once again accusing its former oil czar of wrongdoing while overseeing the country’s most important industry, this time alleging he was involved in a hijacking operation. multi-billion dollar fund in the early 2010s that took advantage of a dual currency exchange system. …

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Unsheltered could face citations for living near Lake Tempe Town

PHOENIX — Unsheltered people living on the shore of Lake Tempe Town could face citations after the area became a “no-go zone” on Thursday. The decision announced Wednesday became the latest move by the City of Tempe in an ongoing effort to provide housing for people experiencing homelessness while addressing …

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Tourism: the City will apply for subsidies | Local News

The city council approved a staff request to submit grant applications to the Arizona Office of Tourism. Economic Development Director Amanda Jacobs told the council that the grant funds were part of the Visit Arizona initiative, a program intended to increase the recovery of the state’s tourism industry, the recovery …

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Nora Ander – West Central Tribune

Nora Ander, 98, of Willmar, died on Sunday morning August 28 at Vista Prairie in Copperleaf. A celebration of life service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 6 at the Peterson Brothers Funeral Home. Interment will be at Bethany Lutheran Cemetery in rural Spicer. Visits will take …

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AZ Big Media Forbes Names Maricopa Community Colleges Best Place for Women to Work

The Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), with 10 individually accredited colleges in the Greater Phoenix area, was ranked the nation’s top community college for women in this year’s list of Top Employers for Women released by Forbes. Additionally, out of 400 U.S. companies included in the list, MCCCD ranked …

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Arizona Governor to Focus on Semiconductors During Taiwan Visit | Technology

By HUIZHONG WU and JOE McDONALD – Associated Press TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Arizona Governor Doug Ducey arrived in Taiwan on Tuesday for a visit focused on semiconductors, the critical chips used in everyday electronics that have become a battleground in the technological competition between the United States and China. …

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Out-of-town hiker found dead after getting lost in Arizona regional park

PHOENIX — A California man hiking in northwestern Arizona was found dead over the weekend after being separated from his group, authorities said Monday. Kyle Matthew Movius, 31, of Irvine, Calif., was found Saturday morning in the town of Lake Havasu after searchers worked through the night to find him, …

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Update: Storms are leaving the Quad Cities for now; most anticipated early Monday evening | Time

The weather is often a go-to conversation starter or icebreaker. When people don’t know what else to say, they complain about the heat or the cold or the rain or the snow. But bad weather is more than an inconvenience and can be a matter of life and death. Take …

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Desert Vista Group Manager Gets District Job | Community orientation

It was a big moment for Josh Thye and Tempe Union High School District at the board meeting last week, but maybe not so much for Desert Vista High School. His wife Jennifer and their three children were there and even his mother as superintendent, Dr. Kevin Mendivil, congratulated him …

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‘Free Staters’ trouble New Hampshire politics in ski resort spat | Government and politics

By HOLLY RAMER – Associated Press CONCORD, NH (AP) — As a former manager of a ski resort, New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu knows how to navigate slippery slopes. But a recent controversy at a county-owned ski area has raised questions about his sway over the Republican Party ahead of …

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‘Flying Legends’ Are Coming to Town – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Two World War II aircraft parked at the Million Air hangar at Medford Airport or open for tours from August 29 to September 6 The B-25 was developed by North American Aviation and used primarily as a gunner and low-level jumper bomber. Nearly 10,000 B-25s were produced and “Maid in …

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Border Patrol rescues baby and toddler left in Arizona desert – Boston News, Weather, Sports

PHOENIX (AP) — Border Patrol said one of its officers rescued a baby and toddler who had been left alone by migrant smugglers at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in western Florida. ‘Arizona. A migrant in a cross-border group arrested west of the port of entry in Lukeville, Arizona, …

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Richmond American opens a new community in Beaumont |

Two inspired model homes will debut at Seasons at The Fairways! BEAUMONT, Calif., August 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Richmond American Homes of Californiaa subsidiary of MDC Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: MDC), is thrilled to announce the grand opening of Seasons at The Fairways (RichmondAmerican.com/SeasonsAtTheFairways) in Beaumont. This exceptional master-planned community features …

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Judge refuses to require manual counting of Arizona ballots | Government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — A federal judge on Friday refused to require Arizona officials to count ballots by hand in November, dismissing a court case filed by Republican gubernatorial and secretary of state candidates based on false allegations of problems with vote-counting machines. Lake …

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New Netflix Animated Series Set in a Small Town in Western Kentucky

The plot of the new Netflix series, ollie lost is one that Hollywood has visited many times before. Something of sentimental value is separated from the person or family it belongs to and goes on an adventure to find the person or people who love it. Think The Incredible Journey, …

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The community helps a barber paralyzed by the wave; Cancellation of student debt is confusing; Harper’s return to Phils still unknown

Hello. Here are some of the best stories from the region. WEATHER REPORT It’s a bit warmer again today and the humidity will also be a bit oppressive. Expect the high to hit around 93 degrees. CLICK HERE to check your local forecast. NEW Wave of thugs cripple Chester County …

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Arizona Supreme Court rejects challenges to 2 initiatives | United States government and politics

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Supreme Court on Wednesday dismissed challenges to two campaign initiatives filed for the November ballot, one already certified for the ballot and a second that appears likely to do so when a final verification of signatures will be completed. …

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Town of Duncan in eastern Arizona cleans up in the aftermath of historic flooding

DUNCAN, AR (3TV/CBS 5) — The small town of Duncan in eastern Arizona, near the New Mexico border, was hit hard by Monday’s flooding. Cela a provoqué des évacuations et des ordres de mise à l’abri sur place. By Tuesday morning, much of the water had receded. People living and …

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Dani Jo (Danielson) Uphus – Brainerd Dispatch

Dani Jo Danielson Uphus, 43, of St. Cloud, formerly of Brainerd, died Friday, August 19, 2022. A private family service will be held at a later date. Dani Jo Danielson was born on September 28, 1978 in Brainerd, Minnesota to Danny and Shirley (Kominek) Danielson. She graduated from Brainerd High …

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Germantown cannabis dispensary workers vote to unionize

Workers at Zen Leaf, a cannabis dispensary on Wisteria Drive in Germantown, have voted to unionize and join United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400, the union announced Monday. The union will cover “all non-managerial staff,” communications director Jonathan Williams told MyMCM. According to Williams, workers at the dispensary contacted …

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City of NM, victim of a government fire, now faces a water shortage

Comment this story Comment LAS VEGAS, NM – In the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, buzzing chainsaws interrupt the serenity. Crews scramble to clear charred trees and other debris that swept away mountainsides in the wake of the largest wildfire in New Mexico’s recorded history, choking rivers and streams. Heavy …

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Congresswoman Kat Cammack at Every Town is a Border Town event: “The mission is to secure the border dang.”

National Border Patrol Council Chairman Brandon Judd and Congressman Kat Cammack BY JENNIFER CABRERA GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Yesterday, Congresswoman Kat Cammack brought in Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, to speak to Big Daddy Unlimited about the situation on the southwest border. In his introduction, Cammack said …

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The nation’s time | The sun on the north side

The national weather forecast for Sunday, August 21, 2022 _____ COUNTRY SUMMARY A few showers and thunderstorms will bring torrential rain in the distance South Texas today as tropical humidity improves showers. Another storm in North Texas will bring much-needed rain, but at the risk of flash floods. It will …

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Students return, legal battle brews over Reno dormitory explosion | National government and new policies

Reno Gazette-Journal RENO, Nev. (AP) — Three years after a gas explosion destroyed a University of Nevada dormitory, hundreds of students will begin moving into the renovated building this week as a legal battle looms over over $100 million in damages. School officials compared the damage from the July 5, …

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