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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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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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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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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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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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Twinkie Town Prospect Voting 2022: Round 16 | Minnesota Twins top prospects

Misael Urbina wins our election in round 15. He is still far from the majors. It will be fun to see his progress this summer. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%) Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%) Joe Ryan 43% (Balazovic 27%, Miranda 24%, Duran 4%, …

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Twinkie Town Prospect Voting 2022: Round 14 | Minnesota Twins top prospects

Cole Sands is our pick at round thirteen. You should be able to catch a glimpse of his pitch at a Saints game this summer. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%) Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%) Joe Ryan 43% (Balazovic 27%, Miranda 24%, Duran 4%, …

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Phyllis Irene Hoffman – Mitchell Republic

Phyllis Irene (Puetz) Hoffman, 85, returned to heaven on February 10, 2022. She died at home, hand in hand with her husband and love of 67 years. Phyllis was born on July 17, 1936, in her family home near Ethan, South Dakota. She was number 6 of 19 children born …

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Detroit woman goes from bankruptcy to business owner

DETROIT (WXYZ) — From welfare to Walmart is the mantra of a Detroit woman who clawed her way back from bankruptcy to become a successful business owner. It’s an unlikely road that she likes to share as an inspiration to other African Americans who find themselves hopeless, especially during this …

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Gustine native on the rise in the US Air Force | Community

A local service member has received a major promotion within the United States Army. Gustine’s Nickolas Meyer has served in the Air Force since April 2018 as an aircraft metals technology specialist. After nearly four years of service, Meyer was recently promoted to Staff Sergeant (SSgt). The rank of staff …

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Terisa Gabriel – Enterprise Park Rapids

December 02, 1964 – October 16, 2021 Terisa Marie Gabriel, 56, a resident of the Park Rapids, MN area, died October 16, 2021 at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Park Rapids MN. Terisa Marie Gabriel was born in St Paul, Minnesota on December 2, 1964, to Johnny Verdjas and Sharon Viloria. …

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Local soccer community mourns the loss of St. Frances Academy star Lamar Patterson – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The local soccer community is mourning the loss of St. Frances Academy soccer star Lamar Patterson, who died in an accident with an MTA Light Rail train in Linthicum on Wednesday, police said. A native of Florida, Patterson was rated a 3-star receiver by 247Sports.com and has …

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“Central Point has lost a great man” – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Bruce and Marilyn Dingler have been married for 66 years. Courtesy picture Dr. Bruce M. Dingler died on January 24 CENTRAL POINT — The town’s beloved dentist, community volunteer, and favorite tennis and golf buddy for many a local over the years, Bruce M. Dingler passed away on Monday, January …

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WHERE WILL THEY GO? H’Town Recruiting Notes of the Week

Now that student-athletes are back in school, colleges are starting to send out invitations for Junior Days, hosting early unofficial tours, and even offering kids the next lead recruiting classes. This week, we’ll take a look at a few athletes who have picked up some big deals and what tours …

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Leah Center – Park Rapids Enterprise

Leah Ann Center, 84, died on the morning of Nov. 3, 2021, in Nashville, Tennessee. Leah was born on August 16, 1937 in Waukegan, Illinois to Joseph A. Litman and Pearl Coopersmith Litman. She attended Northern Illinois University and earned a degree in elementary education. She also received her master’s …

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Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress

January 24, 2022 9:24 a.m. EST Michelle Vallejo Exclusive: Meet the South Texas Community Organizer Running for Congress TAG24 NEWS spoke with Congressional candidate Michelle Vallejo, who is running to ensure South Texans can live lives of dignity and equal opportunity. By Kaitlyn Kennedy Alton, Texas – Michelle Vallejo is …

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Engineering professor encourages college community for Alaska Native students: ‘It’s come full circle’

Michele Yatchmeneff knew she wanted to be an engineer when she was a teenager. Yatchmeneff grew up in False Pass and King Cove in the eastern Aleutians. She was raised in an Unangax̂ family, living a subsistence lifestyle. Right out of high school, she enrolled in engineering classes at the …

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Bridget Everett takes on a select queer family in a small town in one of the most emotional shows of the year

Bridget Everett is surrounded by queer people in her everyday life. She has queer friends, queer family, queer fans – the latter whom she courted while performing her alternative cabaret (while she’s known for singing assholes to a tune accompanied by a ukulele) in the New York gay bars. Everett, …

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Hospital and Local Government Representatives to Meet to Discuss Staffing Issues | Kingman Miner Daily

KINGMAN — As covid cases rise again in Mohave County — exacerbating an already existing staffing shortage problem at local hospitals — community leaders are meeting to discuss possible solutions to the shortages. The Mohave County Health Department released its latest COVID-19 report Thursday, January 13, announcing that 1,290 confirmed …

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Romans 13 is not a blank check for government excesses

Through Daniel Vaïda, editorial contributor | Tuesday, January 11, 2022 People walk through Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix where new COVID-19 cases are on the decline, but health experts warn cases could increase with the introduction of the omicron strain on December 18, 2021 in Phoenix , Arizona. According …

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Snow Canyon boys win Iron Town Duels wrestling tournament – St George News

Snow Canyon wrestlers and coaches after Warriors win Iron Town Duels tournament, Cedar City, Utah January 8, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Dallas Lowry, St. George News / Cedar City News CITY OF CEDAR – The Snow Canyon Warriors took top honors in the Iron Town Duels wrestling tournament held …

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Red Reporter Community Lead Ranking – Cincinnati Reds Top Prospect

Jonathan India, Tyler Stephenson, Jose Barrero, Vlad Gutierrez and Tony Santillan, who have each donned the Cincinnati Reds jersey for enough time during the 2021 season to move up to Big League rank. That’s a tremendous amount of talent that has taken the system to the next level since the …

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Kennewick, Pasco or Richland? Experts say it’s the best city

The Tri-Cities metro includes several cities, including Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. Even though the Tri-Cities are generally treated as the sum of its parts, a large metro, several governments are at work. You have the individual municipal governments, and you have all the county governments in play. These governments oversee …

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New Jersey business and industry leaders team up with community colleges

The New Jersey Business and Industry Association and New Jersey Community Colleges have launched an initiative designed to help the state’s education system build an innovative workforce. Michele Siekerka, President and CEO of NJBIA, said the New Jersey Pathways to Career Opportunities program “will bring together and align New Jersey …

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Linda Lunde – InForum | Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo news, weather and sports

Forman, ND: The funeral for Linda K. Lunde will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Forman. Reverend Julie Johnson will officiate. Visitations will be held from 5 to 7 on Friday, Jan. 7 at the church, ending with a prayer service …

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Eldora F. Krueger – Rochester Minnesota news, weather, sports

Eldora Krueger, 105, died on Thursday, December 30, 2021 at Seasons Hospice House in Rochester. Eldora Frieda Grieve was born on May 14, 1916 in Chatfield. She was baptized in St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Chatfield and confirmed in 1930. She married Lawrence Krueger in 1946. In 1933, she graduated …

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Dozen: Elizabeth Shilue Shows Her Love for Community Through Her Anti-Racist Activism | Local news

And after seeing the documentary “I’m Not Racist… Am I? in 2015, Shilue said her eyes were opened even wider to inequalities in society, especially when it comes to race. The documentary follows a diverse group of high school students as they engage in difficult conversations about racism. Shillue wanted …

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Former Medford High star Scott Eaton has died – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Two-sports star played six years in the NFL with the New York Giants Thomas Scott Eaton, a Medford High School graduate who played six seasons in the NFL, died Oct. 1 at his home in Bellevue, Washington. He was 77 years old. Born August 20, 1944, Eaton was a star …

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Titans Football Finishes 18th Nationally in Small Town Rankings | Sports

This fall, the Gibson Southern Titans’ magical race to a Class 3A State Championship was not only noticed in Hoosier State, but across the country. In their final small town high school football ranking, Maxpreps ranked the Titans as the 18th best small town high school football team in the …

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Community shaken by death of Georgia High School star football quarterback – WSB-TV Channel 2

ROSWELL, GA – A day after the death of Roswell High School quarterback Robbie Roper, players and coaches across the United States and at home pay tribute to him. Roper, 18, died of routine shoulder surgery in Florida on Thursday. The quarterback had just completed his senior season and led …

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Gainesville’s Wonders of Christmas Festival was bursting with Christmas spirit in a small town

Gainesville Square was transformed into a Christmas wonderland worthy of a Dickensian novel on Friday night, December 10, setting the stage for the busy 2021 Christmas Wonderland Festival. Under the glittering Christmas lights and backdrop, festival attendees enjoyed horse-drawn carriage rides, homemade hot chocolate and spicy wassail, Christmas candy, and …

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Oregon hires Georgia DC Dan Lanning as head coach – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

FILE – Georgia defensive coordinator Dan Lanning warms up before an NCAA G-Day spring game in Athens, Ga. On April 20, 2019. Oregon has hired Georgia’s defensive coordinator, Dan Lanning, as the next head coach, a person involved in the negotiations told The Associated Press on Saturday, December 11, 2021. …

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Boosting Success for Native American Students with Coconino Community College Scholarship | Education

LARRY HENDRICKS Special at Daily Sun One in five students at Coconino Community College is Native American. Often times, Native American students who arrive at CCC are the first in their families to pursue a college education and may come from tough economic times as well. Hence, they might face …

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How Community Colleges and High Schools Prepare Students for the Workforce

Higher education in Arizona will become more accessible in 2023 after the passage of a recent bill that now allows community colleges to offer bachelor’s degrees, a change that “will benefit the community as a whole,” according to Matt Hasson from the Maricopa Community Colleges District Office (MCCD) responsible for …

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Rev. Nabors: The community must provide “alternative roads, not dead ends”

Reverend Michael Nabors, president of the local branch of the NAACP, hosts the “Stop the Violence” rally on December 1. (Photo of the round table) Gathered around the corner where gunshots claimed the life of one teenager and injured four others, community leaders on December 1 denounced gun violence and …

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Alabama city pays tribute to brothers who died in Pearl Harbor attack

A memorial to brothers Daniel P. Jones and Woodrow Wilson Jones, men who died aboard the USS Arizona on December 7, 1941, was unveiled in Coaling, a town in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on Friday November 12 2021 (Gary Cosby Jr./The Tuscaloosa News via AP) COALING, Alabama – The town of …

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Obituary of Richard Horth (1931 – 2021) – Brighton, CO

Richard M. Horth was born in Brighton on June 6, 1931 to Merwyn Horth and Helen L. (Jung) Horth. He graduated from Brighton High School in 1949. He married his childhood sweetheart Melba Bredehoft on September 2, 1956, and they lived on the family wheat farm in east Brighton, where …

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Arizona Jewish community berates “It’s the Jews’ rant” at local school board meeting

Chandler High School. Photo credit: Tony the Marine (talk) / Wikimedia Commons An Arizona Jewish group called on a Phoenix-area school district to condemn a bizarre anti-Semitic rant uttered at a school board meeting last week, prompting a further response from local officials. Queen Creek resident Melanie Rettle accused ‘Jews’ …

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A replica of the tomb of the unknown soldier pays homage | News from the community of St. Tammany

Residents of St. Tammany visited a replica of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Veterans Plaza in Covington for three days in October to honor generations of military men and women. Among the visitors and special guests was Joseph Richard who, at just 16, witnessed the attack on Pearl …

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Winner of a scholarship eager to give back to the community

GCU student Angel Cervantes is a scholarship recipient whose goal is to give back to the community by entering law enforcement. By Mike KilenCUU Information Office Angel Cervantes‘parents own the aptly named Hard Knocks Gym. While competitive boxers train at the Western Phoenix Gymnasium, other young people with problems at …

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Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Kay M. Fuller, 74, of Marlborough died on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham after a long battle with the disease. She was born in Paignton, England, daughter of the late John and Gladys “June” (French) Fuller and moved to Maine in 1947. Kay …

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Walkin on Main is returning to Old Town Cottonwood this year

Saturday, November 13, 2021 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Old Town Cottonwood will be transformed as the annual Walkin ‘on Main festival returns for its 12th year. The family-friendly Veterans Day festival will include a full day of festivities, such as a wine tasting (all vets receive two additional tasting …

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🌱 Helpless in Laguna Beach + Scariest resident in town

Up and over to them, Laguna Beach! It’s Tuesday, so let’s start with everything you need to know that’s going on in town today. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Usually sunny and cool. High: 66 Low: 56. High tide is expected at 12:08 p.m. Tuesday. Sunrise …

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Youngkin’s school warnings intensify GOP’s suburban push | US government and politics

Some Democrats are worried. In the Richmond suburb, Alsuin Preis, a member of the Henrico County Democrats’ executive committee, said she was skeptical that Youngkin would influence many female Democrats, but feared he would appeal to anti-Trump Republicans. She noticed a wave of Youngkin road signs in her neighborhood, a …

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As mayor, Omar strengthens the amendment on public security and explodes the budget deadlock

U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar told voters at a town hall on Saturday that the increase in gun violence and carjacking in Minneapolis can be blamed on police who “chose not to fulfill their oath and ensure the public security it owes to citizens “. The MP spoke to a mostly …

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