Legislature Set to Add New Teacher Certification Pathways | United States government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona legislature may soon approve changes to the teacher certification process designed to address a shortage of classroom instructors by allowing more people without regular teacher training to lead a class. The Republican-backed proposal has already passed the Senate and received initial approval after vigorous debate …

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Edinburgh Crime: Climate activists deflate tires in Edinburgh’s New Town, claiming SUVs are ‘luxury emissions’ flaunted by the wealthy

The group, the Tire Extinguishers, say SUVs are a ‘climate disaster’ that cause air pollution and make our roads unsafe, calling them unnecessary ‘luxury emissions’ that are flaunted by the wealthy. They rammed a number of vehicles in the New Town on Sunday night, deflating tires and leaving branded leaflets …

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A possible afternoon storm on Monday – Midweek plethora of weather

A few showers or thunderstorms possible Monday As we watch the system that brought parts of the state rain and snow Sunday starting Sunday evening (but will still bring early morning snow Monday into the arrowhead), we will see showers Monday afternoon (maybe a rumble of thunder?) cross across the …

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Experts: Asian Population Overcount Masks Community Nuances | Arizona News

By TERRY TANG and MIKE SCHNEIDER, Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — Jennifer Chau was stunned last month when the U.S. Census Bureau’s bulletin on how accurately it counted the U.S. population in 2020 showed Asians were overcounted by the highest rate of any race or ethnic groups. The director of …

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Colorado Republicans back election denier for Senate primary | United States government and politics

By NICHOLAS RICCARDI – Associated Press COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Republicans in Colorado voted on Saturday to put on their U.S. Senate primary ballot a state representative who attended the Jan. 6 rally that preceded the attack on the U.S. Capitol and who supports former President Donald Trump’s lies …

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Old Town shooting suspect to stand trial, judge says

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — A judge determined Friday at Keshawn Dawson’s preliminary hearing that there was enough evidence to stand trial for murder. Dawson is charged with killing one person and injuring six others in a shootout at the Enigma Club & Lounge. He pleaded not guilty to nine counts …

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The Community Health Worker program seeks to serve individuals | News

The La Paz County Health Department has launched a new program, Community Health Worker Program (CHW). The program was officially announced to La Paz County Supervisors at their March 21 meeting. The program grew out of the Ministry of Health’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Its goal is to …

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Truth Social CEO, seemingly haunted by Trump, calls Twitter a ‘ghost town’ | app

They might want to rethink the name. Devin Nunes took to Fox Business on Thursday to argue that Truth Social — the struggling social media platform launched by former President Donald Trump and run by Nunes — is giving Twitter a run for its money. The explanation given by the …

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Judy Bush – Brainerd Dispatch

Judy Bush, 77, passed away peacefully at Edgewood Vista in Baxter on April 1, 2022. Services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, April 11, 2022 at Park United Methodist Church in Brainerd, with visitation one hour prior. A lunch will be offered afterwards. Interment will be in Baxter …

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Mary Cook Associates completes interiors of 826-bed CANVAS student housing community near Arizona State University campus

CHICAGO, IL – Chicago-based Mary Cook Associates (MCA), an award-winning national commercial interior design firm, announces that it has completed the interiors of CANVAS, an 826-bed off-campus student housing community that opened opened in August 2021 in Tempe, Arizona, near Arizona State University, and released images of the project for …

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GSA Leads the Way for National Carbon Standards in Building Materials

On March 30, 2022, the General Services Administration (“GSA”) announcement the first-ever national standards for “clean” concrete and asphalt that apply to all new GSA-funded projects using more than 10 cubic yards of concrete or asphalt. Acting pursuant to guidelines set forth in Executive Order 14057, Catalyzing Clean Energy Industries …

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Unlike its neighbors, HD South receives little support from the city | News

A 109-year-old downtown building that once housed Gilbert Elementary School now features city history, exhibits and community programs. “We are Gilbert’s only museum, the oldest building standing in Gilbert and listed on the National Register of Historic Places,” said Denise Lopez, President and CEO of HD SOUTH. “We are Gilbert’s …

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Ramona “Mona” V. Flack – Alexandria Echo Press

Ramona “Mona” V. Flack, 87, of Willmar, died Friday afternoon, April 1, at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 13 at Vinje Lutheran Church with visitation one hour before the service. Interment will be in Fairview Cemetery. …

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Longtime Grand Canyon community member and author Nancy Green passes | Williams-Grand Canyon News

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. – On March 20, the morning of the vernal equinox, Nancy Green, a longtime member of the Grand Canyon community and author, died. Whether alone or with friends, Nancy was an intrepid explorer of the canyons, mountains, forests, and deserts of the Colorado Plateau and beyond. His …

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Home Town’s Ben and Erin launch renovations across the US in April

It would probably be pretty hard to find someone who loves quaint Laurel, Mississippi as much as Ben and Erin Napier. The duo have been renovating homes across the city on their HGTV show Home Town since 2016, turning abandoned properties into stunning dream homes. Home Town was such a …

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Trump backs Sarah Palin for Congress – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather forecast

(CNN) – Former President Donald Trump has said he supports former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in her bid to fill Alaska’s seat in the United States House vacated by the death last month of longtime Republican Representative Don Young. “Sarah shocked many when she supported me early in 2016, and …

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Government rejects Labor calls to ration gas in response to Ukraine invasion

Grant Shapps ruled out petrol rationing in interview with BBC’s Clive Myrie There will be no energy rationing in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the UK government has said. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he could “completely” rule out limiting the amount of oil and gas people are allowed …

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Mesa Teen is State Academic Decathlon Champion | Our community

A The Mesa teenager is preparing for national competition after winning the Arizona Academic Decathlon beating 250 other high school students. Thor Eckman, a 17-year-old senior from Westwood High School, took part in 10 events which covered a variety of topics and also involved writing an essay, presenting a speech …

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March Weather Summary 2022 – Forecast for April

March was wetter and slightly warmer than average for western Michigan. Grand Rapids was 1/2 degree warmer than average. This follows February which was 2.0° cooler than average and January which was 4.6° cooler than average. Thus, the first quarter of 2022 ended with 2.0° less than the average. The …

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Arizona Sports Betting Revenue Surpasses $500 Million in January | National government and new policies

PHOENIX (AP) — Arizonans haven’t stopped embracing the state’s entry into legalized sports betting, depositing $564 million in January wagers and recouping $522 million, the vast majority from licensed online applications to professional state sports teams and Native American tribes. the gaming department monthly report on the results of the …

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Fans flock to Tourney Town for full NCAA Final Four experience – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Hundreds of locals and foreigners flocked to Tourney Town ahead of Friday’s games. The final four bands and cheerleaders brought the crowds into Tourney Town, a way to build on the excitement surrounding the Women’s Final Four. READ MORE: UConn-South Carolina title game offers plenty of star …

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The Small Town Of Williams, Arizona Is Perfect For A Family Getaway

Do you like history? Countryside? Family attractions? Williams, Arizona has it all. The “Gateway to the Grand Canyon” located an hour south of the park, Williams sits between the city of Flagstaff and Grand Canyon National Park and manages to blend early 20th century history, …

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John Keith Meinert MD – West Central Tribune

John Keith Meinert was born in LaCrosse, Wisconsin on December 20, 1926 to Albert and Helen Meinert. In 1927, his family moved to Winona, Minnesota, where he lived until he graduated from high school in 1944. While in high school, he won the Bausch and Lomb science prize and the …

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Gilroy Softball Community Honors Former GHS Star Sarah Villar – Gilroy Dispatch

The very first Sarah Villar Memorial Game paid homage to a life gone too soon. On March 22, the Gilroy High softball team hosted Christopher High in what will be the annual Sarah Villar Memorial Game going forward. Villar is the former Gilroy High graduate who was tragically killed by …

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Government Technology Names Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers of 2022

The annual awards program honors visionary technology leaders in the public sector. SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, USA, March 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Government Technology The magazine today announced its 2022 Top Doers, Dreamers and Drivers. Now in its 21st year, the 25 winners of this year’s Top 25 are 23 individuals and …

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Exhibition “Emergence: Expanding In Light” at the Nassau Club

‘STEADY IN FLOW’: This photo of Lisa Granozio is part of ‘Emergence: Expanding in Light,’ her series on view through June 6 at the Nassau Club, 6 Mercer Street. Professional photographer Lisa Granozio seeks to reflect beauty and light in her subjects and, through her work, connect with the healing …

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Spring storm brought rain and dust to Phoenix area

(Related Video) Evening Weather Forecast – 3/28/22 PHOENIX – Parts of the Phoenix area experienced rain and dust following a spring storm that rolled through Arizona on March 28. Earlier in the day, National Weather Service officials issued a blowing dust advisory for the Phoenix area, as well as southern …

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Training, housing, community design: the rise of professions from TG Magazine

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. TG Magazine of Prescott Valley has released its latest and largest edition of its quarterly print publication to date, Rise of the Trades. The edition focuses on more than 20 trades programs at Yavapai College. Centric to the edition is …

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CLC Connection: Spring is in the Air – Brainerd Dispatch

Spring is an exciting time on campus! Now that the blackout mandate has been lifted, it’s wonderful to see students smiling as they receive this great hands-on training in our labs and classrooms. Spring is a busy time at Central Lakes College. Students will spend the next few months applying …

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One World Government released “Heads Held High” music video; Talk about love and spirituality

One World Government, an emerging rock band, has come up with a song, “Heads Held High,” which deals with an undeniably vital subject for rock music fans. (ProNewsReport Editorial): – Gilbert, Arizona March 26, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – One world governmentjust a month ago released one of the spiritually uplifting songs …

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Summit inspires high school students to improve their community

March 25, 2022 Session focused on projects that will improve life in the Village of Maryvale for nearly 230,000 Arizona residents It wasn’t “Friday Night Lights” at Sun Devil Stadium, but on Friday, March 18, nearly 50 bright students from Maryvale High School teamed up with undergraduate and graduate students …

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DVIDS – News – Fort Huachuca collaborates with government and non-governmental organizations through the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership

FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. – Fort Huachuca and the U.S. Army Intelligence Center of Excellence hosted U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) personnel; the integration of Ministry of Defense environmental preparedness and protection; National and State Natural Resources Conservation Service; and University of Arizona College of Environment and Life Sciences (UofA), March …

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NC City CFO unqualified, filed for bankruptcy

SPRING LAKE The City of Spring Lake hired a CFO in 2020 without conducting interviews or viewing resumes, though his track record included multiple bankruptcies, tax liens, unpaid credit card bills and failing businesses, learned The News & Observer. At the time, the town about 50 miles south of Raleigh …

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Arizona Legislature Approves 15-Week Abortion Ban | NanaimoNewsNOW

Florida lawmakers passed a similar 15-week abortion ban earlier this month that Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign. A bill in West Virginia failed to pass the state Senate as its legislative session ended earlier this month after passing the House. An Arizona proposal that would ban abortion …

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Culpeper Sheriff Focuses on Border and Cartels for ‘State of the Community’ | Recent news

Culpeper detectives have worked with the Department of Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration and other federal partners on local operations involving deadly pounds of fentanyl and methamphetamine somehow linked to the cartels of drugs, County Sheriff Scott Jenkins said Wednesday at the annual “State of the Community Program” hosted …

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Russian-Ukrainian war fails to fuel Biden’s rebound: AP-NORC poll | Government and politics

By HANNAH FINGERHUT – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — As President Joe Biden meets with key allies in Brussels to coordinate a stronger response to Russia’s month-long assault on Ukraine, a new poll shows Americans are not standing still. still rallied to his leadership. Concern for Russia has swelled and …

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CatholicVote Launches Campaign Capitalizing on Hispanic Community’s Growing Support for Conservative Values

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Political advocacy group CatholicVote has announced a new campaign targeting Hispanic and Latino voters in the upcoming midterm elections. CatholicVote hopes to push Hispanic voter turnouts higher than even the historic turnout from the last election. The organization has explicitly targeted Democrats …

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Wealthy Canadians move to US for weather and freedom

Hundreds of E2 visas approved each month in Canada Canadian searches for ‘US visa’ Canada E2 visa searches are on the rise! Thousands of Wealthy Canadians Consider Moving to Florida, Texas and Arizona in Light of Cold Canadian Winters and COVID-19 Restrictions In the 7 years that we have operated …

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Flames polish lines as sharks come to town

Credit: D. Ross Cameron-USA TODAY SportsAfter a series of line shuffles revived Calgary’s offense, it remains to be seen how the Flames will field their forwards against the visiting San Jose Sharks on Tuesday. Scoring hasn’t been a problem for the Flames all season, but Calgary has been shut out …

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Here’s the weather when baseball starts

article The long wait is over. An annual rite of spring may be delayed for a few weeks, but soon the sounds of bats cracking and clapping in the glove will fill the air around Major League Baseball’s spring training sites in Florida and Arizona. Major League Baseball and Players …

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20 Under 40: Teri Yazzie, Youth Psychotherapist, Native Americans for Community Action |

What excites you about your work, what do you enjoy? My collective realities have had a huge impact on shaping my worldview and how I can help bring about change, especially in the communities in which I was raised, also widely known as ” Ground”. My ability to connect and …

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Covid 19 response: Interview with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on what the government did right and wrong

March 17, 2022 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says vaccine warrants and passes are unlikely to be used as widely as before and Cabinet will consider traffic light settings next week. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she wishes the government had “brought more people with us” in its response to the …

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Every day is a Wild West costume party in this town

A woman in a bustling Victorian dress pauses on Allen Street, the historic main thoroughfare of Tombstone, Arizona, site of the notorious shooting at the OK Corral. Seconds later, a man in an old-fashioned marshal’s outfit walks down the wooden-planked sidewalk, spurs clanking. Tourists raise their smartphones and film the …

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Toll Brothers Announces Groundbreaking for its Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms Community in Portland

Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms, a new luxury home community in Portland, Oregon, announced the grand opening of its first collection of homes in the Bethany neighborhood. Toll Brothers at Hosford Farms We have experienced tremendous demand at Toll Brothers in Hosford Farms, and we …

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Column | Sunshine on Government keeps you informed | Opinion

A new Pennsylvania law protects your right to be told about issues that government officials plan to deliberate or act in public meetings. This means that you are warned that township supervisors may accept a cell tower behind your house. Or that the county might increase your taxes. Or that …

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City staff: Retirement options weighed | Local News

The City Council asked staff to provide a more detailed and balanced presentation before discussing the possibility of enrolling in the Arizona State Retirement System (ASRS). Deputy CEO/Director of Administration Dave Trimble provided an overview of the board’s program during his retirement late last month. Trimble said that based on …

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Researchers are trying to shed new light on the weather patterns linked to the deaths of 19 firefighters

Yarnell Hill fire at 7:30 p.m. MST, June 29, 2013, approximately 9 p.m. before the 19 fatalities. Photo by ATGS Rory Collins. Researchers from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University have published the results of their work which show that winds from a thunderstorm affected the Yarnell Hill fire. On June 30, …

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Arizona bill allowing lethal force for property damage fails | National government and new policies

FILE – In this January 31, 2017 file photo, Arizona State Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita sits during a legislative session at the Capitol in Phoenix. A bill sponsored by Ugenti-Rita, put to a vote Monday, March 7, 2022, would allow business owners or their employees to use deadly force to defend …

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The city where crime is skyrocketing in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report March 14, 2022 12:03 p.m. Last update: March 14, 2022 12:04 p.m. In the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, the violent crime rate in the United States hit its highest level in a decade. The increase is driven by a rise in aggravated assaults and, most notably, …

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10 Fantastic Restaurants to Try in Old Town Scottsdale

Old Town Scottsdale is full of restaurants, many of which are locally owned and family run. At any time of the day, you can find a perfect place to fulfill your craving. Here are my favorites, in no particular order. Modern Hula Tiki 1. Hula’s modern tiki A modern take …

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Column by Tim Steller: Attacks on Journalists for Political Purposes Grow | Government and politics

My longtime friend and colleague Reyna Ramírez, a Sonoran who covered López Obrador’s press conferences, told me that after interviewing the president in May 2020, “a wave of attacks on social media began . To this day, every time I ask a question, the president’s bots and supporters overwhelm me. …

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Weekly Recap (March 7-12): Top stories of the week on weather, science, space, environment and coronavirus | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

Representative image. (Pexels/Via Canva) Here are the best stories of the week. Russia–Ukraine War Russo-Ukrainian war: Ukraine’s animals, collateral damage or irreparable loss? Ukraine, a country that is home to 35% of Europe’s biodiversity with just 6% of the continent’s landmass, could turn into a modern-day ecological tragedy if the …

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Glens Falls Appoints New Director of Community Development | Local

GLENS FALLS — Some new faces have found themselves in City Hall, while a familiar takes over a familiar role in the mayor’s office. Pat Dowd, former director of communications for the Lake George Association, has been named the town’s director of community development. “I have experience writing and managing …

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Death of Arizona school tax approved by voters after court ruling | National government and new policies

By BOB CHRISTIE – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — A judge ruled Friday that a tax on high-income Arizona residents to fund education spending that voters approved in 2020 cannot be enforced due to a ruling by the state Supreme Court and ordered that its collection be permanently blocked. The …

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Hildegarde “Hilda” Anderson – InForum

Hildegarde T. “Hilda” Anderson, 97, died March 9, 2022 at Mercy Hospital in Valley City, ND. Her funeral mass will be held at 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, March 16, 2022, at St. Catherine’s Catholic Church, Valley City. There will be a visitation at Lerud Mathias Funeral Home on Tuesday from 5:00 …

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Winnipeg, Canada’s Brad Katona in Isa Town, Bahrain to fight for BRAVE CF bantamweight belt – CONAN Daily

Brad “Superman” Katona, 30, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada is currently in Bahrain. He is ready to fight Hamza “The Pride of Bahrain” Kooheji29 years old, from Manama, Bahrain to “BRAVE CF 57“, the first one BRAVE Fighting Federation event in 2022. “Bahrain is nothing but hospitable to me, so I’m …

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Arizona great Laura Espinoza-Watson ‘more about the community’ while coaching Amphi

Watching Amphi play softball, even in a mercy loss to Desert View on Wednesday night, was a smile for a minute. The Panthers play for the love of the game in a truly fun and unconventional way that even the most diehard softball players have to respect, no matter if …

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House Committee Approves Ban on Transgender Girls Playing Women’s Sports | Government and politics

“Without this bill, we will only see the oppression of our daughters,” she said. Egea said that even at 9 years old, boys are stronger and faster than girls. And at 16, she says, boys are more physical than girls. “If you allow the boys to play against the girls, …

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Maren Morris Performs ‘Circles Around This Town’ at ACM Awards, Announces Humble Quest Tour

Maren Morris brought her latest single, “Circles Around This Town,” to life at the 57th Academy Of Country Music Awards on Monday, March 7. Live from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the GRAMMY-winning star performed the song from the upper level of the stadium as fans sang from the …

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The NASCAR community mourns after the Hauler team crashes and catches fire in Texas en route to racing this weekend in Phoenix

NASCAR teams know that the next time a driver gets in the car, it may be their last time. Traveling at such high speeds, death is unfortunately part of the sport. On Tuesday, the NASCAR community was shocked to learn that one of the team’s carriers heading to this weekend’s …

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Prescott Area Weather Expect Snow This Week

Open the audio article player By Staff | to March 08, 2022 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Winter continues in the Prescott weather region this week. The National Weather Service predicts an increased likelihood of snow showers Thursday. Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley are …

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Biden to ask Congress for $2.6 billion to promote gender equity | Government and politics

By DARLENE SUPERVILLE – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden said Tuesday he would ask Congress for $2.6 billion for foreign aid programs that promote gender equality worldwidemore than double the size of last year’s demand. Biden announced his intentions on International Women’s Day, which is set aside …

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The Carson-based nonprofit director will hold a town hall to discuss the health implications of the Dominguez Canal crisis

CARSON, Calif., March 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — carson-non-profit area Murdock Community and Care Services, Inc. is set to host a town hall public forum on March 12, 2022at 10:00 a.m. at Carson Christian Outreach (17705 Central Ave) to discuss the impact and next steps after the Dominguez Canal Crisis which …

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🌱 Midnight At The Oasis Returns + Community Events in Yuma

Hello Yama! Let’s get you caught up to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know in Yuma today. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny, windy and cool. High: 71 Low: 46. Here are Yuma’s top three stories today: Midnight at the Oasis made its highly …

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Federal Government Grants Pasadena Company Exclusive Right to Arizona Energy Zone for Green Hydrogen Production – Pasadena Now

Pasadena-headquartered Heliogen Inc. said the U.S. Bureau of Land Management has granted the company the exclusive right to lease land in the Brenda Solar Energy Zone (SEZ) in the county. of La Paz, Arizona. The company said it intends to develop a green hydrogen facility at the site – located …

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Across town, Tony Bland adjusts to a different world

Bland said he only accepted $2,100 from Dawkins, a friend of about a decade who told him to enjoy a night out in Las Vegas as a thank you for meeting the financial adviser. He said, however, he had little choice but to accept the plea deal because, if his …

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Marcia Scott – Brainerd Dispatch

Marcia Ann Scott, 89, died February 22, 2022 at Senior Class Community Memory Care in Pequot Lakes, MN. She was born to Maxwell and Pauline (Brooke) Woodward on February 23, 1932 in Clarinda, Iowa, the youngest of 2 children. Marcia was a member of the Methodist Church and PEO. She …

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Teen criminal justice gets ‘community review’ in Minnesota

Ramsey County is piloting a program focused on equity, restoration and rehabilitation instead of criminal records. Before John Choi became the Ramsey County District Attorney in Minnesota in 2011 — when he was the city attorney for St. Paul, the county seat — he thought critically about the criminal justice …

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REI store in New York becomes the first to unionize | National government and new policies

NEW YORK (AP) — Workers at a New York outpost of outdoor clothing and gear retailer REI have voted overwhelmingly to join a union — the first REI store to do so — amid the efforts of workers in other big companies to do the same. The National Labor Relations …

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Land Zo: Billion-Dollar Development to Boost Recreation at Lake Tempe Town

A brand new billion dollar waterfront development aims to boost recreation at Lake Tempe Town. A new development on the south side of Tempe Town Lake could be the missing link in naming the man-made reservoir a top tourist destination, or as the city’s economic development program manager, Maria Laughner …

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Wood Partners opens luxury community in Scottsdale

Alta Raintree. Image courtesy of Wood Partners Wood Partners celebrated the opening of Alta Raintree, a 330-unit luxury community located in the northern part of Scottsdale, Arizona, one of metro Phoenix’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. The company began construction on the project in 2020, with first completion expected in fall …

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HEALTH CARE BRIEFING: Biden talks Covid, abortion in big speech

President Joe Biden has promised to turn the page on the coronavirus pandemic in a State of the Union address meant to reassure a nation on edge. In an unexpected move that could cause unease among some Americans still wary of the virus, Biden urged people who have been working …

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Conservative approach has kept city finances stable | Local News

The first six months of the current fiscal year reflect a rather positive financial situation for the City, according to Chief Financial Officer David Pock. Reporting to the city council at its annual planning retreat on Feb. 22, Pock said nearly all revenue categories are ahead of budget projections for …

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Denis J. Olson – InForum

Denis James Olson, 81, of Fargo, North Dakota, died Sunday, February 13, 2022, at his home in Naples, Florida. Denis was born on December 19, 1940 in West Fargo, North Dakota to Harriet and Everett Olson. In 1951, his parents moved the family to the farmhouse south of West Fargo. …

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Phoenix turns a dangerous park into a community treasure

After years as a crime-riddled park, the community has come together to transform John F. & Mary P. Long Homestead Park into a community treasure. Councilwoman Betty Guardado, Dist. 5, spoke at the Tree Planting and WalkPHX event designed to reactivate and revitalize John F. & Mary P. Long Homestead …

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