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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Senators will follow the course of the fight in the Supreme Court | Government and politics

By MARY CLARE JALONICK – Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and Senate Democrats say they are hoping for a bipartisan vote to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. It won’t be easy, but some Republicans have expressed openness to voting for Biden’s nominee, who currently …

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Call for ceramic art for the “Steep” teapot exhibition

“STEEP”: The Princeton Arts Council has announced a call for ceramic art for a national exhibition exploring the possibilities of the teapot. Adam Welch, ceramist and executive director of the CAP, will be part of the jury. (Teapot by Adam Welch) The Princeton Arts Council (ACP) is now accepting submissions …

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jonathanfilskov-photography/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, more than 5.8 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including more than 935,000 Americans, according to compiled real-time data. by the Center for Systems Science and Systems at Johns Hopkins University. Engineering. About 64.7% of the …

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Georgetown panel discusses ‘faith, politics and the Latino community’

WASHINGTON, DC — The stereotypical 32 million Latino voters in the United States — that they’re monolithic, focused solely on immigration issues, are predictably Democrats and Catholics — lead stubborn lives, But the reality is very different. And politicians are considerably ahead of the public in this awareness. That was …

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WEIS-Radio | Local and regional news, sports and weather » Senate avoids government shutdown after amendments to repeal COVID mandates fail

Samuel Corum/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — Senators narrowly avoided a government shutdown Thursday night, passing a short-term funding bill a day before funds expired. The bill, which maintains funding at current levels, will keep the federal government operating until March 11. Congressional leaders hope that by then negotiators will have reached …

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Long-Struggling Ohio Valley University Files for Bankruptcy | News, Sports, Jobs

VIENNA — Considered the optimal option, Ohio Valley University filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Thursday in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of West Virginia in Wheeling. The case was handled by attorney Martin P. Sheehan of Sheehan & Associates PLLC of Wheeling, according to a press …

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Purdue Pharma mediator to recommend ways to end bankruptcy

Feb 17 (Reuters) – A mediator will soon present recommendations to end the bankruptcy of Purdue Pharma, which is expected to provide billions of dollars to tackle the opioid crisis the maker of OxyContin has been accused of fueling, a company attorney said Thursday. Purdue’s Sackler family owners and attorneys …

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The small town of Cave Creek, AZ makes a perfect weekend trip

Posted in Arizona February 14, 2022 by Michael Reich The Grand Canyon State is home to countless natural, historical and cultural treasures, and there’s a place where you can experience it all. The small town of Cave Creek is located about 40 minutes north of …

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Weather in Northwest Orange County for Monday, February 14, 2022

Weather in Northwest Orange County for Monday, February 14, 2022: Today: Sunny, with high near 77. Wind light variable becoming southwest 5 to 10 mph in the afternoon. Tonight: Scattered fog after 10 p.m. Otherwise, increasing cloudiness, with a low around 52. Wind southwest 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast …

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Olympics Live: Humphries in the lead after day one of monobob | Olympic Games

PA BEIJING (AP) — The latest news on the Beijing Winter Olympics: Kaillie Humphries has a big lead in the first part of the monobob competition at the Beijing Olympics. Humphries is competing for the first time as an American citizen. It is also the first time that the monobob, …

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12 things to do in town from February 11 to 17 | Things to do

This Friday, we’re bringing you a week (and beyond) of things to do, including the Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show, January 17-27! We hope to see you Around Town, January 11-17! UNTIL FEBRUARY 13 Fat Fountain of the Hills Theater https://fhtaz.org; 480.837.9661 FEBRUARY 9-13 Pip & Squeek Go to the show …

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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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330! That’s the number of lives NOAA satellites helped save in 2021… | Weather Blog

When a NOAA satellite identifies the location of a distress signal in the United States, the information is transmitted to the SARSAT Mission Control Center at NOAA’s Satellite Operations Center in Suitland, Maryland. . From there, information is sent quickly to rescue coordination centers, operated either by the US Air …

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Someone’s Compiled A List Of Every BBQ Place In K-Town, From Most Affordable To Least

By day Rajesh Niti works as a biomedical engineer identify new therapies for patients with aggressive forms of cancer. In his spare time, he enjoys analyzing football and food data. Late last week, Niti dropped a gem for Angelenos who appreciate high-quality meats seared over charcoal: a comparative analysis of …

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Biden expands Trump-era solar tariffs, but eases some – Boston News, Weather, Sports

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Friday extended tariffs imposed by former President Donald Trump on most solar panels imported from China and other countries. But in a nod to his efforts to fight climate change and boost clean energy, Biden has ruled out tariffs on some panels used …

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LaDonna Page appointed to Kelso City Council | Government and politics

Kelso City Council nominated LaDonna Page, an ambitious political novice, to a vacant council seat Tuesday night. Council voted 4-2 to select Page to fill the vacant seat formerly held by Mayor Nancy Malone at the regular council meeting. Keenan Harvey and Lisa Alexander were the two board members who …

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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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Weather Tape Market 2021 Outlook Analysis by Major Key Players

New Jersey, United States,- The Global Weather Stripping Market report is one of the most comprehensive and significant additions to Market Research Intellect’s market research archives. Provides detailed research and analysis of key aspects of the global Weather Strip market. Market analysts who produced the report provided in-depth information on …

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Old Town Center Announces February 2022 Concert Season

Sedona News – Old Town Center for the Arts has lined up renowned artists from across the United States and right here in Arizona for our February concert schedule. Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we start the month with a laugh when Zenprov Comedy takes the stage. One of …

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From snow to tornadoes, here is a typical weather in February | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

Average temperatures rise in February and daylight increases as spring approaches. However, in some areas, February is the snowiest month. The contrast between winter and spring also increases the risk of severe weather events. February brings a variety of weather conditions, including snow, tornadoes and big temperature changes, as signs …

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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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Last straw: Tired Arizona Democrats censure Senator Sinema | United States government and politics

By JONATHAN J. COOPER – Associated Press PHOENIX (AP) — U.S. Senator Kyrsten Sinema is increasingly isolated from some of her party’s most influential officials and donors after she played a key role in sabotaging voting rights legislation that many consider essential to the preservation of democracy. Arizona Democratic Party …

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The Goodyear community comes together to remember Mayor Georgia Lord

Goodyear said goodbye to Mayor Georgia Lord in the park she helped bring to life. Residents and leaders from across the Phoenix area gathered Friday for the Celebration of the Life of the Lord at Goodyear’s Civic Square Park. Among them were her neighbors Maureen and Hess Lenstra. The Lenstras …

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Northern AZ politicians featured at Trump rally | Government

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Weather forecast includes snow in Robeson County

January 14, 2022 LUMBERTON — Roads in Robeson County were brined and grocery store shelves cleared Friday in anticipation of dangerous freezing rain that is expected to hit Saturday evening through Sunday afternoon. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm watch at 3:06 p.m. Friday that will remain in …

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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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New Jersey’s most visited city is right here on the Jersey Shore

Since we live here in the Garden State, we know there are many beautiful places to visit here in New Jersey, but do you know which city is the most visited? Jersey’s most popular spot is right here on the Jersey Shore and chances are you’ve been there at one …

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Police need help solving Hadley Town Hall burglary

Police are still investigating after a burglary at a local town hall. The exact day and time of the burglary is not known as the incident was not discovered until January 10, 2022, when New York State Police were called to the City Hall building in Hadley to investigate. The …

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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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2021 sees second-highest number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters on record

The year 2021 was marked by extremes across the United States, including exceptionally hot, devastating severe weather, and the second-highest number of billion-dollar weather and climate disasters on record. The nation also experienced a year of active wildfires in the West, as the North Atlantic basin remained busy with its …

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Faith Groups and Nonprofits Team Up to Provide Community-Based COVID Help

Susan BarretoSusan is an author with a long-standing interest in religion and science. She is currently editing Covalency, the online magazine of the Lutheran Alliance for Faith, Science and Technology. She wrote articles in the lutheran and the newsletter of the Zygon Center for Religion and Science. Susan is a …

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Community reflects on January 6 a year later

Northern Nevada activists hold rally to mark January 6 anniversaryBy Bert Johnson, West Mountain Information Office Activists condemned the violent assault on the U.S. Capitol and the continued attempts by some Republican officials to undermine the 2020 presidential election. Edwin Lyngar, a resident of Reno, told the crowd these efforts …

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Election officials deny allegations during scrutiny of Arizona poll | US government and politics

PHOENIX (AP) – Arizona election officials plan on Wednesday to present a point-by-point rebuttal of a partisan review of the 2020 election that former President Donald Trump and many of his supporters have used to promote the myth according to which Trump lost to fraud. Election administrators and predominantly Republican …

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Anti-government plots could cause problems with Western drought

For more than a century, a system of government and legal agreements has largely resolved water disputes among residents of the country’s most arid region. Conflict resolution methods were at work in December when the water bosses of California, Nevada and Arizona agreed to reduce their use of Colorado River …

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Quebec government wants NHL team to come to capital, but fans are skeptical

Quebec Nordiques fans wait outside the Videotron Center before a QMJHL game on September 12, 2015 in Quebec City.Jacques Boissinot / The Canadian Press Quebec politicians meet with leaders of the National Hockey League in January, but it’s unclear what influence the government may have on the league or if …

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The city where your car is most likely to be stolen in all states – 24/7 Wall St.

Motor vehicle theft, one of the FBI’s most serious crimes, is on the rise in the United States. There were a total of 810,400 motor vehicle thefts nationwide in 2020, the highest in more than a decade. Motor vehicle theft can be the theft or attempted theft of a vehicle, …

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Does your college town suck? Arizona State University

New to the roster this season, we’ll be looking at the various college towns of Wisconsin opponents. We will answer all important questions: is it a state capital? What is the population? Does he have a Culver’s? Facts: City: Tempé, Arizona Cut: 40.15 square miles Site: 33 ° 24′46 ″ …

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Speed, weather factors (?) In fatal Kennewick crash, two more Hu

Fatal accident in Kennewick (KPD) Kennewick Police say excessive speed is likely a factor (and possibly the weather?) In a fatal crash Monday night. SPEED DRIVER HITS ANOTHER FRONT Shortly after 7:15 p.m., Kennewick Police responded to an area near 31. Ave. and South Ely Streets, and found a frontal …

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Dying Artisan Race Helps Myrtlewood Stand Alone | Community

It can take a century for an Oregon myrtlewood tree to reach commercial size, and sharpening its strong, heavy wood into something that can be taken home is also extremely slow. While historically prized by carpenters is myrtlewood, the tree makes a handful of appearances in the Bible, including a …

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Flights canceled over Christmas weekend due to Omicron and weather

A lot of people go to see their loved ones for Christmas, but some people have discovered that there has been a change of plans. Many airlines have canceled flights due to weather conditions and the Omicron variant. On Christmas Eve, global airlines canceled more than 2,200 flights. Over 500 …

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200 years: the city of Ithaca celebrates its bicentenary | Ithaca

ITHACA, NY – This year Ithaca turned 200 – on March 16, 1821, an act was signed by Governor DeWitt Clinton officially establishing the city of Ithaca. The city was part of many different counties throughout its history after the arrival of white settlers, but it gradually became part of …

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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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Will the Berkshires see a white Christmas? It’s doubtful | Weather

When professional meteorologists get it wrong, they talk about a “failed forecast”. So it was last weekend when most of the county north of MassPike saw nothing but freezing rain. The forecast 2-4 inches of snow has fallen, but in southwest Vermont, where Bennington watchers measured moderate buildup, sufficient to …

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City with the highest property crime rate in any state – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report December 18, 2021 2:00 PM Communities and law enforcement agencies across the United States are grappling with rising rates of deadly violence, as the murder rate in the United States peaked in nearly two and a half decades in 2020. Despite the recent increase in homicides, however, most …

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Bakay and Detmer at Portman Road for the first time – Ipswich Town News

Bakay and Detmer at Portman Road for the first timeFriday December 17, 2021 6:23 PM US Blues investors Berke Bakay and Mark Detmer will watch a game at Portman Road for the first time when Town takes on Sunderland on Saturday and have already met new manager Kieran McKenna. Bakay …

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Attorney General James Wins Statewide Victory for Supporting LGBTQ + Community

Federal Court dismisses case brought by refusal wedding photographer to photograph same-sex marriages, says all businesses must ensure equal access NEW YORK – New York Attorney General Letitia James scored a statewide victory supporting the LGBTQ + community after a federal court dismissed a case brought by a wedding photographer …

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UMB Bank selected as custodian of Texas CLASS local government investment pool

KANSAS CITY, Missouri – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – UMB Bank, na, a subsidiary of UMB Financial Corporation (Nasdaq: UMBF), today announces that it has been selected to serve as custodian for the Texas Cooperative Liquid Assets Securities System Trust (Texas CLASS), a Local government investment pool established in 1996 that is …

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Bonamici and Child Care Providers Speak of Gaps in Build Back Better | Government and politics

It’s no secret that Oregon is in desperate need of enhanced child care. Every county in Beaver State was considered a child care desert for infants and toddlers in a 2012 Oregon State University report, long before COVID-19 don’t bring the problem to the fore. Child care providers and advocates …

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New Hampshire’s best drinking water goes to the town of Keen

Keene, New Hampshire has best drinking water, by competition Um, is that a thing? I thought the water tasted like, well, water. I must have a very unsophisticated palate because I am not picky about my water. Ever since I learned that the Granite State Rural Water Association selected Keene …

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WHMI 93.5 FM radio station – Livingston County Michigan News, weather, traffic, sports, school updates and the best classic hit

jacoblund / iStock (NEW YORK) – As the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world, more than 5.2 million people have died from the disease worldwide, including more than 793,000 Americans, according to real-time data compiled by the Center for Systems Science and Johns Hopkins University Engineering. In the United States, only …

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House Approves Extension of Relief Fund to Indigenous Societies | National government and new policies

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The United States House has passed legislation to extend the year-end deadline for Alaska Native societies and tribes to use federal coronavirus relief funds. But this is not the same bill that was passed earlier by the Senate. The House bill was introduced by Arizona Rep. …

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Climate crisis: Golf courses on wasted time as Earth’s weather conditions get wilder

And it’s not just about saving the planet, it’s about saving the sport itself, as the climate crisis threatens to turn many courses into muddy swamps. American Society of Golf Course Architects (ASGCA) President Jason Straka told CNN Sport how the climate crisis has affected golf in flood-threatened Florida, as …

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The weather disasters of 2021 made the reality of climate change clear

From sweltering heat in North America to record-breaking flooding in Europe and Asia, this year’s weather has shown us what it’s like to live in a world that has warmed by 2 degrees Fahrenheit (1.1 degrees Celsius) over the past century. “Dangerous climate change is already here. It’s a harsh …

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Community plants flowers in honor of Holocaust victims

TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) – Stories of hardship and bravery were shared in front of people of all ages on Sunday at Congregation Chaverim. “I was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1944, right after the Germans came and took most of the Jews from Hungary and killed them in Auschwitz,” said …

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Richardson: Surprised, absolutely devastated and gutted – Ipswich Town News

Richardson: Surprised, absolutely devastated and guttedSunday, December 5, 2021 6:09 PM Wigan boss Leam Richardson says he is “surprised, absolutely devastated and gutted” for sacked Blues boss Paul Cook, for whom he worked as an assistant at Chesterfield, Portsmouth and Wigan. Cook was removed from his post at Portman Road …

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Does more or less political competition make a better government? Lawmakers are ringing the cards

Arizona Independent Constituency Commission October 28, 2021. Left to right: Shereen Lerner, Derrick Watchman, Erika Neuberg, David Mehl, Douglas York. More political competition between Republicans and Democrats running for the Arizona legislature means more choice for voters. Or maybe the result is a deadlock on Capitol Hill and an imbalanced …

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Coldest city in every state – 24/7, Wall St.

Special report November 29, 2021 2:00 PM With the holidays upon us, winter, with its short days and freezing nights, is about to befall the United States. Regardless of the region of the country, every state experiences a certain level of cold in winter. Even in Hawaii, temperatures drop below …

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The city with the highest theft rate of any state – 24/7 in Wall St.

Special report November 28, 2021 11:00 a.m. The violent crime rate in the United States increased by about 5% in 2020. This increase was driven by a 29% increase in the number of homicides, the largest increase on record. However, not all forms of criminal violence have increased over the …

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The city with the smallest income gap in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report November 26, 2021 5:00 p.m. The United States has some of the highest levels of income and wealth inequality in the world. Data from the U.S. Federal Reserve shows that the richest 10% of Americans control $ 93.8 trillion, more than double the $ 40.3 trillion held by …

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Families struggle to plan second Thanksgiving pandemic – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Even at the best of times, Thanksgiving has always been a trying time In the spring, Pauline Criel and her cousins ​​talked about reuniting for Thanksgiving at her home near Detroit after many painful months of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo – Wikipedia Commons But the virus had …

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There’s Always Enough for Everyone at the Sunnyside Stone Soup Community Dinner | Local

SEAN GOLIGHTLY Sun Journalist “Do you need a bowl? Coral Evans asked me impatiently at the door of the Dream Market (Mercado de Los Sueños). The question surprised me more than it should have. I didn’t know how to explain that I had come to the Sunnyside Stone Soup community …

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HGTV arrives in La Grange, Ky. For “Home Town Kickstart”

LA GRANGE, Ky. – The Kentucky Barn is set to be the setting for HGTV’s new series, “Home Town Kickstart”. The show is a spin-off of “Home Town Takeover” and “Home Town,” both starring the husband and wife team, Ben and Erin Napier. Spectrum News 1 met with residents of …

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Dreaming of a better government

POLITICAL PURITY, JAMES BUCKLEY COURTESY PHOTOSColumnist James Buckley dreams of a world he would love, in which Senator Joe Manchin, DW. Va., Becomes Republican and Florida Governor Rick Ron DeSantis is elected President of the United States. I have a dream. I dream that the Democratic “Build Back Broke” plan …

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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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Industry Perspective: Celebrating the Hispanic Business Community and Its Legacy in Tucson | Business

Celebrating the richness and diversity of the Hispanic-Latino community and recognizing our collective journey towards social and economic progress is not limited to National Hispanic Heritage Month, especially when it comes to the prospects for small Hispanic businesses at scale. national. This year in particular, we recognize the resilience of …

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Biden administration takes action to restore drinking water guarantees | Government and Politics

By SUMAN NAISHADHAM and MATTHEW DALY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – The Biden administration took action Thursday to restore federal protections for hundreds of thousands of small streams, wetlands and other waterways, overturning a Trump-era rule that was seen as the one of the environmental setbacks characteristic of this administration. …

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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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