City of Dewey-Humboldt calls for arguments for and against Proposition 455

Open the audio article player Through Staff | to November 18, 2021 Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience health care. Ahead of the March 8, 2022 election, every Dewey-Humboldt household with a registered voter will receive an information brochure that includes arguments for and against a proposed issue …

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Thriving football program binds the community

For others, they see it as a last chance to showcase skills that they hope will open doors. Even though the global pandemic has made the recruiting process more difficult – it wiped out the 2020 season – Dale isn’t worried the international recruiting pipeline will end anytime soon. “We …

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As winter approaches, incredible local Washington state weather records

As winter approaches, I wonder what weather records we could set this year. After the warmest temperatures recorded in the region’s history earlier this year, will winter go in the opposite direction? These are compiled from the National Weather Service (NWS-NOAA) and the Washington State Climatologist’s website. According to NOAA, …

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Saving Time: A Whole-of-Government Approach to Postponing an Invasion of Taiwan

By LCDR Obvious, USN To thwart a Chinese invasion of Taiwan, the US must slow down its demand The Taiwan Relations Act (hereinafter “TRA”; Pub.L. 96-8, 93 Stat. 14, promulgated April 10, 1979; HR 2479) requires the People’s Republic of China to submit a request to the Congress of United …

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Our Town: Get Ready to Help Others This Holiday Season with “Cranksgiving” | Brighten up

Trek Bicycle in Oro Valley is hosting the Thanksgiving-themed food drive for people on two wheels from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 21. The event is organized with the support of other local businesses to benefit the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. This event is part …

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Round Up: Wet Weather Setup Tips from EWS & World Cup Racing

Each rider has their own set-up and when it comes to difficult weather conditions, everyone has their own solution to the problem. We decided to search the Pinkbike bike verification archive for the wetter weather patterns we’ve spotted in World Cup and EWS races over the years. Probably one of …

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San Diego Community News Group

It is possible to reduce carbon emissions to zero regionally, according to a new university report commissioned by the county. The cuts will require local governments and agencies to work together, and San Diego County is able to coordinate that effort, the report says. County supervisors have scheduled a public …

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Cuban dissident with rose sends powerful message amid government crackdown | National / World

The Cuban government unwittingly created a powerful symbol of its fear of a growing opposition movement led by young Cubans, after state security agents and government supporters prevented playwright Yunior García from leaving. from her apartment for a solo Sunday stroll with a white rose. Instead, García was forced to …

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Schwartz: one less goal than the perfect night – Ipswich Town News

Schwartz: one goal less than the perfect nightMonday, November 15, 2021 5:53 PM Gamechanger manager Ed Schwartz said he had a fantastic first trip to Portman Road, even though Saturday’s League One game against Oxford was “one goal less than the perfect night”. Schwartz is the CEO of ORG, the …

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Cold start, but warmer later in the week

The Hudson Valley saw heavy rains and thunderstorms ending last week, with much warmer than average temperatures being felt across the region. This, in turn, fueled some pretty wild Fridays and Saturdays. The National Weather Service says severe thunderstorms and even confirmed tornadoes have hit parts of the Hudson Valley …

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