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Check 12th PSEB Results 2022 Marksheet at pseb.ac.in, Punjab Board Term 2 Result 2022 Live News, pseb.ac.in, indiaresult.com

The result of the upper secondary school for the 2nd semester exams was due to be announced on June 27 at 15:00, but the PSEB said it had been postponed for “technical reasons”. The PSEB class 12 result will be available at .pseb.ac.in. This year, the board examinations for the …

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Upcoming events for the week of June 26, 2022 | local business

Blue Ridge Soil and Water Conservation District Board Meeting The Blue Ridge Soil and Water Conservation District serves Franklin County, Henry County, Roanoke County and the City of Roanoke and coordinates the region’s natural resource interests through citizen education and technical assistance. The board consists of 10 members who meet …

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Viral Internet Explorer Gravestone, a South Korean techie’s homage to the “dead” web browser

“It was a good tool for downloading other browsers,” the tombstone reads. Designed by Jung Ki-young, a software engineer in South Korea, the memorial features the Internet Explorer web browser that Microsoft Corp just discontinued. The gloss black tombstone also features the large “e” logo of the explorer who was …

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Edwards signs bills protecting medical marijuana patients and hurricane victims

The office of Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Tuesday that he has signed 97 additional bills into law, including several measures to protect hurricane victims and patients who use medical marijuana. The national spotlight turned to vulnerable Louisiana residents last August after Hurricane Ida, the second most destructive hurricane …

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Internet Explorer’s tombstone goes viral in South Korea

SEOUL, June 17 (Reuters) – For Jung Ki-young, a South Korean software developer, Microsoft Corp’s (MSFT.O) decision to discontinue its Internet Explorer web browser marked the end of a love-hate relationship with the technology that had lasted for a quarter of a century had lasted . To commemorate his sinking, …

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Buffalo supermarket shooter charged with federal hate crimes

BUFFALO, NY (AP) — The white gunman who killed 10 black men in a racist attack at a Buffalo supermarket was charged Wednesday with federal hate crimes that could potentially carry the death penalty. The criminal complaint filed against Payton Gendron on Wednesday coincided with a visit to Buffalo by …

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The state of WA leads the nation in catalytic converter theft

A Washington state lawmaker says shocking statistics from a national poll show lawmakers haven’t done enough to curb catalytic converter theft. Senator Jeff Wilson says WA is worst in the nation at convert stealing. BeenVerified just released a new study showing converter theft in the state of WA is up …

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Forget converters, agricultural tractor weights, the latest theft craze

In the latest example of tractor weight theft, a Moses Lake man is charged with allegedly attempting to recycle a series of weights that authorities believe were stolen. Man tries to recycle at least 39 stolen weights For some time we have seen an increase in catalytic converter thefts in …

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More than a year later, some hospitals are still not complying with the Hospital Price Transparency Act

The Hospital Price Transparency Act requires hospitals to list cash prices for procedures on their websites so they are easily accessible and allow patients to compare cash prices with insurance. In a study released this week, JAMA analyzed 5,000 hospitals nationwide and found that less than 6% were fully compliant. …

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Just three companies control 97% of this growing market

Hello, reader. Dave Gilbert here, editor of smart money. Let’s start today’s issue with a story. Two men sitting next to each other on the plane struck up a conversation, as they often do. Despite the fact that this was in 1953, these weren’t just any two men, and their …

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Mets by the Numbers: Francisco Lindor continues in runs

In this weekly feature for MMO I will look back at last week’s games and share some interesting data and information that I have collected through various websites such as: baseball reference, FanGraphsand baseball scholar. It will be a mix of facts, statistics, analysis and general analysis. Let’s move on …

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Uvalde prepares to bury the victims

Governor Abbott gives press conference on Robb elementary school shooting and says victims’ families need “love” and “edification.” Greg Abbott promises to build a wall along the southern border. Camila DeChalus Texas Gov. Greg Abbott held a news conference Tuesday afternoon to provide updates on the shooting at Robb Elementary …

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Top Gun Maverick was leaked online

While Top Gun: Maverick seems set for a historic three-day weekend, with box office opening on Memorial Day, Paramount executives have to be at least a little disappointed for one simple reason: It appears to be the new action film, the second installment in the classic Top Gun from 1986 …

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The new frontier of the anti-vaccine movement

A cool afternoon Last January, Kennedy took the microphone in front of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, in front of a crowd of maybe a few hundred people, some carrying signs reading “We Will Not Comply,” “Resist Medical Tyranny” (accompanied by a swastika) and “Land of the free, you cannot …

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Live Updates | The Philippine leader accuses Putin of murders

MANILA, Philippines — Outgoing Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte slammed Russian leader Vladimir Putin for killing innocent civilians in Ukraine, saying while the two were labeled as murderers, “I kill criminals, I don’t kill children and the elderly.” Duterte, who openly calls Putin an idol and a friend, first voiced his …

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Non-programmers build more software in the world – a computer scientist explains “no-code”

(The Conversation is an independent and not-for-profit source for news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE TALK) Traditional computer programming has a steep learning curve that requires learning a programming language, such as C/C++, Java, or Python, just to build a simple application like a calculator or a tic-tac-toe …

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🌱 Port Jefferson Daily: Health Walk Day + street vending + art exhibition

Rise and shine Port Jefferson! This Tuesday we begin with everything you need to know in Port Jefferson today. First today’s weather: Breezy afternoon. High: 71, Low: 57. Here are the top 4 stories in Port Jefferson today: Are you looking for remote jobs? The Comsegwogue Public Library can help …

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The rise of travel technology in India

Technology is Midas’ touch that is on its way to update every sector that touches it. A world without technology is a dystopian vision. The Indian tourism sector has also benefited greatly from the technology in a variety of ways. Following the setback the travel industry has suffered from the …

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The global commercial display market is expected to reach USD

NEWARK, NJ, May 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Fior Markets, the global market for commercial displays is projected to grow from US$43.5 billion in 2020 to US$75.36 billion in 2028, at a CAGR of 7.11% over the forecast period 2021-2028. The commercial display market …

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Rochdale News | News Headlines | Our guide to things to do in and around the district this weekend

Release date: May 05, 2022 Community Gardening on Saturday at the Falinge Park Community Hub There is plenty to do in and around the district this weekend; Two Mr. Ps in One Podcast, Northern Live, Bowlee Car Boot Sale, Oulder Hill School Reunion, Comedy Night at The Flyer, …

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Indian Consulate condemns Connecticut’s declaration of “Sikh independence” as promoting hatred

The Consulate General of India in New York has condemned a statement by the Connecticut State General Assembly purporting to show its support for the so-called “Declaration of Sikh Independence”. Calling it an attempt to use the assembly’s name to “promote bigotry and hatred,” the consulate said in a statement …

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6 Condos With Better Locations Than The Internet Indicates – Property Blog Singapore

Thanks to Google Maps and Street View, scouting out the location of a condo is easy these days… or is it? Over time we’ve found that this is quite unfair to some condos (we’ve made this mistake before) – there are properties that don’t appear very accessible or convenient on …

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Issue of the day: The dedicated royal fashion scouts

WHEN you see a photo of the Queen, or Prince William, or any of the younger members of the royal family, you might not think too much about what they’re wearing, but online there are teams dedicated to finding each item. By royal decree? By order of royal fans – …

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BU Battery Project candidate for Fed. Middle

US Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) says he is urging trying to get Binghamton University over the line in a contest for federal economic development funding. BU’s New Energy New York proposal for the EDA Regional Challenge has been named to the list of 60 eligible participants in the competition. Photo: …

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National Park Service Announcements for Dare County Parks – The Coastland Times

Cape Point and Frisco campgrounds opened for the April 2nd season. Reservations and payments for campgrounds in Oregon Inlet, Cape Point, Frisco and Ocracoke must be made online at recovery.gov. Bodie Island Lighthouse is open for climbing from Wednesday April 27th until early fall. Tickets are required to climb the …

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Wine, Nibbles & Bids Silent Auction for TCHS starts today

WINE, KIBBLES AND BIDDINGS SILENT AUCTION FOR TCHS In the past year alone, the Tri-County Humane Society performed approximately 3,000 surgeries, including castration and neutering, hernia and fracture repairs. Not only that. Just think of all the animals that found homes last year; Over 4400 cats, dogs, critters and birds …

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Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is accused by Sandy Hook families of hiding MILLIONS in shell companies

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has been accused by Sandy Hook families of hiding millions of dollars in shell companies to avoid paying them after they won a defamation lawsuit against him. In a lawsuit filed Wednesday against the InfoWars Texas host, families of those killed in the 2012 mass shooting …

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Eternity’s memorial platform swaps headstones for QR codes

Commemoration can take many forms. What once started as a statue for the rich and famous has become obituaries in local newspapers — and now a hashtag on social media. As time has passed and our world is increasingly lived online, Israeli company Eternity has found a way to respectfully …

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Upcoming business events for the week of April 3, 2022 | local business

QuickBooks Series: How to Process Payroll in QuickBooks Online Pre-registration required! Join this SBDC virtual workshop presented by Tom Tanner, Regional Lead Advisor and QuickBooks Pro. Learn how to create your business settings, set up electronic payments to the state and IRS, process regular and special payroll, and more. Any …

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What to do if you can’t submit a meter reading on the Shell, British Gas or Eon websites?

Utilities including British Gas, E.ON and EDF Energy had their sites plummet today as customers rushed to submit their meter readings as the price cap hike kicked in. The 54% increase in the price cap was announced by energy regulator Ofgem and means the average household will add £693 to …

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Things to Do in Lehigh Valley This Weekend and Beyond (March 25-31)

WHAT’S WRONG? Here’s a small selection of events in the region that you might want to check out over the coming days. Check ahead as some events are being postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Visit venue websites to learn about COVID-19 safety precautions in place. The State Theater …

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A Russian cyber attack could lead to a war. But it’s very unlikely

This activity is likely “not about espionage, it’s probably about disruptive or destructive (cyber) activity,” said Jen Easterly, director of the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, during a phone briefing with industry executives and state and local government employees, three sources said about the call, writes CNN’s Sean Lyngaas. …

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Yakima cities are talking about a team approach to crime-fighting

When the Yakima City Council meets on Tuesday, it will discuss a proposal from the Yakima Valley Intergovernmental Conference to tackle local crime. YVCOG brings a regional crime resource center to the Yakima Valley. It’s a team approach to funding local crime fighting They say it’s an opportunity for all …

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Book review of Sandy Hook: An American Tragedy and the Fight for the Truth by Elizabeth Williamson

More horrors were to come. In the following ten years, the families of the murdered children were mercilessly tortured and persecuted. They have been repeatedly doxed, their home addresses, credit records, social security numbers and home phone numbers posted online to use racist and anti-Semitic profanity from callers. Their tormentors …

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Landing page proposed for six city websites; Artist Chosen for Memorial Plaza Sculpture – The Advocate-Messenger

The Danville City Commission heard a proposal for a project with The Idea Farm to create a landing page for Danville websites at its meeting Monday. Emma Jackson, CEO of advertising and marketing agency The Idea Farm in Danville, gave a presentation about the site. She said Danville has no …

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Gov. Mills promised $500 check revised upwards

cha ching A few weeks ago, the governor’s State of the State address announced that there would be a surplus based on the revenue forecast and that Mainers would receive a $500 check. Unexpected and a bonus. But wait, there’s more. After yesterday (JanSt) Revenue Forecasting Committee Meeting Expected to …

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Yale New Haven prices are often “buried” | Connecticut and Surroundings

Should the forthcoming sale of Manchester Memorial and Rockville General hospitals to Yale New Haven Health System be approved, patients would still face the same obstacles in determining rough cost estimates for various procedures. A federal law introduced on Jan. 1, 2021 under former President Donald J. Trump aims to …

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Presidents Day 2022: What’s open and what’s closed on Monday? Banks, UPS, postal delivery, stock exchanges, supermarkets, schools

Presidents Day 2022, also known as Washington’s Birthday, is Monday February 21, 2022. It is a day to celebrate all US Presidents past and present. The holiday was originally instituted in 1885 to celebrate President George Washington’s birthday after his death. The day became known as Presidents Day when it …

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Names in the News: People Shaping the Future of the Lake Area Business – American Press

Visit LC hires Bush, Strider Visit Lake Charles has announced the addition of staff Timothy Bush as Chief Marketing Officer and Anna Streicher as Head of Digital Strategies/Online Marketing. Bush and Strider have been in the travel industry for years and bring experience and expertise in destination marketing. Most recently, …

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Aspen Film fosters diverse storytelling through collaborations | Messages

Film is a powerful platform for storytelling. And Aspen Film manifests its medium – and its mission – to bring diversity to the screen and stimulate conversation, collaborations and community programs throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. From hosting three major festivals per year to hosting monthly Indie Showcase and Aspen …

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Anna Kochakian charged with vandalizing the Ella French Memorial

Defendant Anna Kochakian (left) appears in a mug shot; Fallen officer Ella French (right) appears in an official police portrait. Police have arrested an Illinois woman for vandalizing a memorial to a Chicago police officer who was killed in a shooting during a traffic stop last year. Anna KochakianThe 26-year-old …

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What’s Happening in Central Jersey This Weekend and Beyond (February 11-17)

WHAT’S WRONG? Here’s a small selection of events in the region that you might want to check out over the coming days. Check ahead as some events are being postponed or canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Please also visit the venues’ websites for information on COVID-19 safety precautions in place. …

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Camden County woman stole $3 million from employer

Camden County authorities say a woman has been charged with embezzling millions of dollars from the company she worked for as a chief accountant. Atco’s Jennifer Vandever, 49, faces four counts of wire fraud, one count of unauthorized use of access devices, one count of aggravated identity theft and four …

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Russia slams RFE/RL with demand to drop Navalny investigation

Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have called on the West to “abandon the ideologized approaches of the Cold War” as the two leaders displayed their deepening “borderless” relationship amid a standoff between Moscow and the West over Ukraine. Xi and Putin, who were in Beijing …

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City works to clear streets; The mayor advises residents to exercise caution and be aware of weather conditions

Mayor Greg Fischer is advising residents to exercise extreme caution if they have to leave their homes for work or other essential travel as Louisville remains under an ice storm warning through Friday morning. “As we’ve said before, freezing rain and falling temperatures could lead to dangerous road conditions, potential …

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What age should you stop shoveling snow in North Dakota?

It’s groundhog day. Where we find out if we still have 6 weeks of winter. Let’s face it in North Dakota, this so-called event, or poor people’s holiday if you will, is utterly meaningless in our state. Considering that snow occurs almost every year in May, we would be happy …

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Over $60,000 in Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation grants available

press release The Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation provides more than $60,000 in scholarships to students from rural, suburban, and urban communities in Ohio pursuing a degree that is in some way related to farming. Approximately 50 awards are given to deserving students through 12 scholarship funds. The deadline to apply …

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Community Letters | News | thevalleyadvantage.com

Vet group flags available Order forms and a postage-paid return envelope for Memorial Day flags and markers were recently mailed to all American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars posts in Lackawanna County. The Lackawanna County Bureau of Veterans Affairs encourages organizations to return forms as soon as possible so …

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Health partners request participation in a community health survey

MAYVILLE, NY: Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services is conducting a community health assessment to gather information on Chautauqua County’s current health status, needs and issues. The information helps develop a plan to improve community health by justifying how and where resources should be used. All county residents …

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Medical expenses remain opaque | shop

A new federal law requires hospitals to publish the costs of various medical procedures, but navigating thousands of procedures and finding accurate costs is tedious, and health care advocates stress the importance of establishing a consistent, standardized database. The hospital transparency rule was first implemented on January 1, 2021 under …

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Ashling Murphy’s funeral takes place

HEARTFUL TRIBUTE WERE PAYED TO Ashling Murphy this morning at her funeral in Co Offaly. The murder of the 23-year-old teacher while she was jogging along the canal in Tullamore last week was met with shock, sadness and anger across the country last week. Hundreds of mourners lined Mount Bolus’ …

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Oregon has its first doses of Paxlovid treatment for COVID-19. Here we go.

Oregon has offloaded most of its first-line supplies of Paxlovid, Pfizer’s promising new antiviral drug to treat COVID-19, to community health clinics across the state. The clinics, also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers, provide primary care to low-income, uninsured, rural, and historically disadvantaged populations. Nationwide, the drug is extremely …

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New Year’s Eve celebrations in the region

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – The New Years Eve celebrations are held in Burlington. The Highlight Burlington Festival went online last year to help Vermonters celebrate virtually during the pandemic, and it’s back. This year it’s a mix of virtual and personal events. There are all kinds of activities including music, …

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Long-time Kent newspaper editor, veteran journalist Jack Mayne, has died

By Scott Schaefer & Sue Favor It is with a very heavy heart, and with tears in our eyes, that we report that South King Media’s longtime senior writer / co-publisher and veteran journalist Jack Mayne has passed away. Mayne died peacefully at home, just days before his 85th birthday. …

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Glen Cutlip Obituary (1934-2021) – Millersburg, Ohio

Glen C. Cutlip, 86 years old, of Killbuck, Ohio, left his earthly body on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, completely surrounded and embraced by the love of God.A celebration of his life will take place with family and friends at a later date. Those who want to share a reminder or …

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It’s hard to find a home COVID test in Beaufort County. Why?

Rapid coronavirus test kits for the home have been touted as crucial weapons against the super-contagious variant of Omicron that is sweeping the southeast in the days leading up to Christmas. But good luck finding one in Beaufort County. A reporter from Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette visited 14 pharmacies …

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Population of New Jersey in 2021

TRENTON – New Jersey’s population is shrinking, according to new estimates by the Census Bureau released Tuesday, partly due to declining immigration and more deaths, partly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state continues to experience population losses in residents moving from state to state, although that net loss has …

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Update from the Sunflower County Library System

Join us for Virtual Story Time with I’m Not Santa by Jonathan Allen and Little Blue Trucks Christmas Alice Shertle on the Sunflower County Library YouTube channel, Thursday, December 16, 2021. Here’s your chance to do something with this Christmas sweater stowed in the closet. Participate in an Ugly Christmas …

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Amid holiday scam warnings, a vacation scammer contacts me

The FBI and the Better Business Bureau have each in the past few days warned consumers to watch out for Christmas scams. The warnings happened accidentally while exchanging emails with a vacation cheater. The first message I got supposedly was from Brian Borsook, a real doctor in Torrance. “Hello,” said …

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My Vaccine Pass rollout in public institutions confirmed

The requirements for my vaccination record for the Ashburton Public Library, Ashburton Art Gallery and Museum and Mt Hutt Memorial Hall are effective as of Monday, December 20th, confirmed Hamish Riach, Chief Executive of Ashburton District Council. The council decided this week that My Vaccine Pass will also be rolled …

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CT officials vow to fight the rise in organized retail crime

As some of the largest retailers push Congress for a law to stop online sales of stolen goods, the Connecticut Attorney General is promising to revive the state’s efforts to work with other government agencies and the private sector to thwart organized retail criminal circles . Last week, the CEOs …

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$ 100,000 lottery winner in North Dakota in Williston

Another Powerball winning ticket was recently sold in North Dakota. There was just another big lottery winner in North Dakota. Bismarck grandstand reports that the Powerball lottery drawing in Williston on Saturday night produced a $ 100,000 winner. Isn’t it crazy that North Dakota has had so many lottery winners …

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Pregnancy and Infant Loss: Honoring a Lost Baby

No matter when or how you lose a baby, grief can be great and long-lasting. Instead of having memories of your time together, you are left with dreams about what the future should have brought. Honoring a lost baby is one thing that can help you manage your grief. Here …

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Commemoration for Lucille Nichols

BY JOHN LEE The Willard F. Bond Home will celebrate the life of the late Lucille Nichols, who influenced the community beyond five decades as steward of Willard F. Bond Home / The Home Place. The memorial begins December 14 at 10 a.m. in the Bond Home’s main dining room …

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GOP legislators want to create incentives for small school associations

We have seen it over the years, but mostly because of the student population. But now a GOP legislature says it should be encouraged to help smaller schools save money. GOP LEGISLATIVE SAYS SMALLER SERVICES SHOULD CONSOLIDATE AND DISTRIBUTE COSTS GOP Representative Brad Hawkins (East Wenatchee) plans to propose a …

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Substitute teachers in high demand and scarce | Local news

Sheila Opsal only took a few months to retire from the St. Clair School District. The former economics and technology teacher comes back to school one or two days a week when she is not traveling or looking after the grandchildren. Being a substitute teacher offers the rewards of teaching …

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Gateway Technical College extends deadline for Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award | Local news

The bustling capital of Georgia is King’s birthplace and final resting place. As such, it probably has the greatest claim to its heritage and MLK-related websites. Many of them are located in the MLK Jr. National Historical Park in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood of downtown Atlanta. Indoor tours of buildings …

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11 Utica-Rome Charities You Should Be Supporting On Tuesday

With Black Friday, Shop Small Saturday and Cyber ​​Monday finally behind us, it’s time to start thinking about others and those in need. On Giving Tuesday, think about your local charities where your dollar can go even further. There are several great nonprofits here in Central New York providing much-needed …

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Double victories for Teejay Lanka at the Presidential Export Awards – The Island

‘The bank is ideally positioned to take the lead in streamlining flows into Sri Lanka’ Leading private bank HNB PLC, Leading private bank HNB PLC, is cementing the power of remittances to drive development and is supporting the efforts of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) to optimize incoming …

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The November 26th COVID-19 update from SHA

In the Saskatchewan Health Authority’s November 26th update of COVID-19, they report a total of 108 new confirmed cases of the virus in the province. Of these 108 new cases, there are 1 in the Far North East Zone, 8 in the North West Zone, 19 in the North Central …

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All Grand Teton campsites go to online reservations

Campers traveling to Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway must now reserve spaces online at Recreation.gov for all park campsites for the 2022 summer season. Colter Bay RV Park and Tent Village as well as Headwaters Campground and RV Park as well as Campgrounds …

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50 years later, local residents say this is NJ’s biggest problem

Tired of New Jersey Taxes? New poll results don’t help. To mark its 50th anniversary, the Rutgers-Eagleton Survey asked New Jersey residents the same question in 2021 it asked their first-ever survey in 1971: What is the number one problem facing New Jersey? Then as now, taxes come first. And …

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Organic wine tours reveal how several Sonoma County’s vineyards are working to save the planet

Lauren and Alex Benward, sixth generation owners of Beltane Ranch Winery in Glen Ellen, Sonoma County, the word “sustainability” does not adequately convey the agricultural practices they and many of their co-owners have taken in recent years. Avoiding pesticides and industrial tillage is a breeze. They also use roaming chickens …

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Man shot near the Young Dolph memorial as mourners gather to pay tribute to the artist who was killed

A man was injured in a shooting near the memorial for rapper Young Dolph on Thursday, just the day after the artist was gunned down in a well-known bakery in Tennessee. the Memphis Police Department said the man was shot dead in the 2600 block of Airways Boulevard and listed …

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General Ledger Independent – Maysville Online

November 15, 2021 The historic Goddard Covered Bridge was surrounded by fall foliage late last week in Fleming County. In wind and rain, photo motifs and colorful leaves quickly disappear. November 12, 2021 Mason County High School freshman Jaylan Scaggs-Farley tackles an Army National Guard obstacle as part of class. …

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Perfectly framed | General Ledger Independent – Maysville Online

November 12, 2021 Mason County High School freshman Jaylan Scaggs-Farley tackles an Army National Guard obstacle as part of class. November 11, 2021 This soldier and jeep with a rear-mounted weapon were recently part of a WWII camp reenactment on the Kentucky Gateway Museum Center campus. November 10, 2021 The …

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Upcoming November courses on budgeting, fraud prevention, cyber protection and more | Community

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – The Commonwealth offers many programs to support, conserve, and protect the myriad seniors across the state. The pa. The Department of Banking and Securities (DoBS) will host and attend numerous virtual and in-person presentations for senior groups, service providers and the general public throughout the month of …

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Watch the OBS sales live here

The October yearling sale starts on Tuesday Look here: Ocala Sales Live The sale continues with an open session on Wednesday October 13thNSHip No.s 201 – 598 will be available from 11:00 a.m. A total of 51 yearlings were included in the sale after the catalog went to press. Seventeen …

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LFR Lt. Eric Hill honored at the 40th Annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend | KLBK | KAMC

LUBBOCK, Texas and EMMITSBURG, Maryland – The National Fallen Firefighter Foundation honors 215 fallen firefighters, including Lieutenant Eric Hill of Lubbock Fire Rescue, at the 40th annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Weekend in Emmitsburg, Maryland. The two-day event will take place on Saturday and Sunday, March 2-3. October, instead. Lt. …

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Department of Banking and Securities Announces Consumer Financial Protection Events for October 2021

Harrisburg, PA The Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities (DoBS) education and public relations staff will host and attend numerous virtual and in-person presentations to groups of seniors, service providers, and the general public in October to promote financial performance under Consumer Financial Protection Governor Tom Wolf’s initiative. Unless otherwise …

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