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Marshall presents two new art exhibitions | News

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Local Churches and Residents Show Support for Ukraine | News

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It Was Brainerd – March 3 – Brainerd Expedition

3RD OF MARCH 20 years ago (2002) (Pictured) Brainerd High School wrestling coach Bob Brakke gave Class 3A State Champion Andy Pickar a thumbs up after Pickar became just the fifth Warrior wrestler to win a state title . Pickar’s victory was his 110th, placing the junior just one behind …

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It Was Brainerd – March 1st – Brainerd Dispatch

1ST OF MARCH 20 years ago (2002) (Photo) Leonard and Carleen Koering of Fort Ripley have been selected as the Crow Wing County Family Farm of the Year. Leonard, 63, has been a farmer since he was 10 years old. He married Carleen, a native of the Twin Cities, after …

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Equipment and labor issues slow public works maintenance, worsening flooding

One of the biggest obstacles to maintaining ditches across the city is a lack of staff and equipment, Public Works Director Casey Bush told the Columbus City Council during a business meeting Thursday. Much of this meeting focused on stormwater drainage issues. City Engineer Kevin Stafford told council that the …

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West Virginia Senate Passes Resolution Supporting Ukraine | News

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Dispatcher describes 911 call with family of Utah boy who took his own life

TOOELE, Utah — Annalyssa Wrenn has been a dispatcher with the Tooele County Sheriff’s Office for 13 months. Two weeks ago, she answered a frantic call to 911. “911, what is your address?” Wren asked. “My little brother isn’t breathing,” the caller replied. On the other side was the Hardman …

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Crow Wing SWCD to Host Landowners Luncheon – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – Crow Wing Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisors will host the 2022 Crow Wing County Landowners Event from 10 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. on March 4. The event will take place at the Crow Wing County Land Services building at 322 Laurel St. in Brainerd. Lunch will be …

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Dispatch to Afghanistan: “an Afghan family sold four of their daughters for 42,000 Afghans” – JURIST

Law students and lawyers in Afghanistan file reports with JURIST on the situation there after the Taliban took over. Here, a JURIST staff correspondent in Kabul recounts how rising poverty and hunger are forcing destitute families to sell their own children. For reasons of confidentiality and security, we retain the …

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Lakes Area Music Festival Presents ‘Invincible’ Recital – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – The Lake District Music Festival continues its winter series with a Baroque recital at 2 p.m. on Sunday, February 20 at the Gichi-ziibi Arts Center in Brainerd. The show will feature three specialists in historical interpretation with international careers: Chloe Fedor, violin; Arnie Tanimoto, viola da gamba; and …

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Quail Creek Golf Course Set To Close As Operator Resigns Over Dispute With St. Louis County | Politics

SOUTH ST. COUNTY LOUIS — The private management company that operates Quail Creek Golf Course, a county-owned course here, said it plans to cease operations by the end of the month. But St. Louis County officials say the company, Quail Creek Golf Management, is violating the terms of a lease …

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Fire engulfs Fox Elementary School; early warning may have gone unheeded | Richmond Local News

A large fire broke out at Fox Elementary School late Friday night, causing extensive damage to the building, located in Richmond’s fan district. The Richmond Fire Department responded to the call at 2300 Hanover Avenue as flames engulfed the school. Built in 1911, the school has about 350 students, according …

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Roadwork Begins on Business Highway 371 This Spring – Brainerd Dispatch

When spring finally arrives, motorists using Commercial Highway 371 will consider a detour. Commercial Highway 371 will undergo roadwork between 70th Avenue in Barrows and Joseph Street in Brainerd. The project, involving 4 miles of the highway, will require detours. The Minnesota Department of Transportation said work is expected to …

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Viewpoint 181: An Attitude of Gratitude – Brainerd Dispatch

On January 31, Brainerd High School hosted the first Careers and Technical Education Open House to share the beautiful new learning spaces made possible by community support in our 2018 bond referendum. Passing this referendum gave the district the green light to begin construction of a new Baxter Elementary School, …

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Omicron Patients Experience Fewer Heart Problems, Reports Cardiologist | Special Sections

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It Was Brainerd – February 2 – Brainerd Dispatch

FEBRUARY 2 20 years ago (2002) It will take more than one of the warmest winters on record to stop the annual Jaycees Ice Fishing Tournament on Gull Lake or the Eelpout Festival on Leech Lake. Both are still on. But the lack of snow has made it difficult for …

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It Was Brainerd – January 31 – Brainerd Dispatch

JANUARY 31 20 years ago (2002) More than a month ago, JP Platisha set a school hockey record that no one had achieved until now. In a 4-3 Warrior win over Chaska, he scored a goal and an assist to become Brainerd’s all-time leading scorer in men’s hockey. The two …

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WIDSETH ANNOUNCES SEVERAL PROMOTIONS – Brainerd Dispatch

Widseth announced the following staff promotions: Gail Leverson, MBA, EDFP (BJI) – Senior Funding Specialist Cheryl Malecha (BRD) – Director of Human Resources Mike Pederson, CMWP (AXN) – Director of Environmental Services With over 20 years of experience, Leverson leads Widseth’s financing team, sourcing and securing financing for clients’ projects, …

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Transport Macoupin obtains financing for a dispatch building

The US Central Port District of Granite City received nearly $21 million in state funding for three projects that include Macoupin County Transportation Services. Governor JB Pritzker on Wednesday announced an additional $108.3 million for Illinois public ports. Port Central America will receive $13 million from the state for sediment …

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It Was Brainerd – January 25 – Brainerd Expedition

JANUARY 25 20 years ago (2002) Almost every winter night, you’ll find him at the Gregory Park ice rink, teaching children to skate. His name is Mike Padgett, 53, and his dream is to skate in the Special Olympics. He is honored tomorrow with a party at the rink, hosted …

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(Published in the Brainerd Dispatch, January – Brainerd Dispatch

(Published in the Brainerd Dispatch, January 23, 30, 6, 13, 20, 27, 6t.) NOTICE OF SALE OF MORTGAGE FORCE THE RIGHT TO VERIFICATION OF DEBT AND IDENTITY OF ORIGINAL CREDITOR WITHIN TIME GIVEN BY THE LAW IS NOT AFFECTED BY THIS ACTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the default has …

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It Was Brainerd – January 21 – Brainerd Dispatch

JANUARY THE 21ST 20 years ago (2002) A local educator who was beloved by the students, along with other Brainerd Vo-Tech teachers, has passed away. Chuck Widmark, 79, a 50-year resident and accomplished forester, helped develop the curriculum for the natural resources technology program. He was co-owner of Widmark-Harrison Christmas …

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Yes, you should care about Ukraine

(Photo by ANATOLII STEPANOV/AFP via Getty Images.) Before diving into this newsletter, I don’t want anyone to misunderstand me. I do not support a US military response if Russia invades Ukraine, and I do not support giving Ukraine a military security guarantee outside of its possible future admission to NATO. …

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I-75 south closed in West Carrolton for accident; slippery roads causing further wreckage – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

To expand West Carrollton I-75 crash January 16, 2022 at 8:10 p.m. EST Through OMSI staff MIAMI VALLEY – Snowy and icy roads are reported across the Miami Valley as a winter weather system moves through the area. Several accidents were reported throughout the evening as road conditions deteriorated. Around …

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Northam pardons Senator Joe Morrissey for his interaction with a 17-year-old | State and Area News

Morrissey, 57 in 2014, pleaded to Alford on the misdemeanor charge and was sentenced to 12 months in jail suspended for six months. He was cleared to work as a state delegate for Henrico County under a work release program, spending nights in jail in 2015. He lost a bid …

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NC deputy tells 911 dispatcher Jason Walker “jumped” on truck with “shattered” windshield: “I just had to shoot him”

A recording of a 911 call released on Tuesday captures the frantic moments at the scene where a North Carolina deputy on leave tells an emergency operator he shot another man he said jumped on his truck, ripped off a wiper and started hitting glass in Fayetteville on weekends. Lt. …

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Republicans’ expulsion of media from Senate hurts all Iowans

The 2022 session of the Iowa Legislature will begin today, just as lawmakers have gathered for most of the past 175 years: with speeches and ceremonies, the reunion of friends, and the renewal of the partisan enmity. One significant difference: The Iowa Senate will exclude Statehouse media from access to …

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Baxter City Council investigates flag obscenities

“Now my comments are not about political candidates or politics or that sort of thing,” said Baxter resident Dr James Roelofs. “This is the use of offensive language in our community. I think this language is offensive. Not the public face we want to have in our community. Roelofs was …

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Black ice creates dangerous driving conditions

BRAINERD – The Minnesota Department of Transportation is warning motorists that current temperatures are creating conditions for black ice, an invisible hazard that catches drivers off guard and causes accidents. Black ice creates the appearance of a wet surface but is actually a thin layer of transparent ice on roads …

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UPDATE AT 10AM: Snow invades Richmond | Weather

Article on the National Weather Service Sunday morning forecast in Wakefield. A winter storm watch is in effect for areas immediately north and west of central Richmond. (NOAA / NWS) 10:30 am Update: Concerns about icy neighborhood roads tonight, tomorrow The shift to snow has progressed across most of the …

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12/30/2021 | Nearly Completed Beach Pumping Project in OC

Nearly Completed Beach Pumping Project in OC OCEAN CITY – The latest Ocean City beach replenishment project is approaching the finish line and is expected to be completed ahead of schedule. Ocean City beaches are replenished every four years, or sometimes more frequently if beaches are severely damaged and eroded …

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Madison County President shares holiday message – Oneida Dispatch

Wampsville, NY – As the holidays approach and the New Year approaches, Madison County Board Chairman John Becker shared a video message online for residents. “Thinking back to 2021, I remember the hope we all felt around the same time last year,” he said. At that time, vaccines were just …

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Women’s hockey: Warriors, Johnson shutout Willmar before vacation

First Avery, then younger sister Peyton LeMieur scored goals at 5:03 of the first and second periods to lead the Brainerd / Little Falls Warriors to a 6-0 Central Lakes Conference victory over the Willmar Cardinals on Thursday 23 December at Essentia Health Center sportif. In the opening frame, sophomore …

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Community leaders call for unity to end gun violence

Jadah Brewer was an intelligent and precocious 8 year old girl. “Just a beautiful young woman,” her gifted and talented teacher Heather Rowland recalled Monday evening. Brewer was on a summer program in June, working on a history project with his classmates where they wrote down their biographies and thought …

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It was Brainerd – December 19

20 years ago (2001) A former accountant for Brainerd International Raceway was indicted by a federal grand jury yesterday for embezzling more than $ 100,000 from the racetrack. The 49-year-old woman from Golden Valley used the business credit card for personal expenses, created fake bills, and paid $ 50,000 on …

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bne IntelliNews – FPRI BMB Ukraine: Dispatch from Kharkiv

Although far from the front line, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, suffered the economic and political consequences of the conflict in Donbass. Indeed, war has been shaping public opinion for almost eight years now. “Ideally located” between Moscow and Kiev in Soviet times, Kharkiv woke up to independence with a …

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Pequot Lakes schools return to normal after perceived threats

Classes at Pequot Lakes schools resumed on Tuesday, Dec. 14 – but with a two-hour delay – after perceived threats against the district were deemed not credible by administrators, the Pequot Lakes Police Department and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. The district canceled classes on Monday, December 13, after the …

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Kiski Area makes safety a top priority with new position

The Kiski Region School District has created a new position focused on student safety. John Tedorski is the new Director of Student Information, Transportation, Safety and Security Services. Raised in Arnold and still residing there, Tedorski has been employed by the district for 29 years. In his early years of …

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DC Dispatch: Senators Say NDAA Not Doing Enough On Sexual Assault Reform

A few long-awaited pieces of legislation were passed by Congress this week, including the defense financing bill and a compromise that will allow Democrats to raise the country’s debt ceiling. In addition: Discussions continued on vaccine mandates, Iowa leaders celebrated the life of former Senator Bob Dole and Representative Ayanna …

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After a plea, frustration boiling on the left – Oneida Dispatch

One of the themes of Washington’s Democratic control has been frustration, especially among the party’s progressive wing and its cheerleaders in the media, that Democrats have not been able to deliver on their agenda. progressive dream of the 2020 campaign. Dreams such as nationalizing the election administration in a way …

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Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza is back

Scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. on January 29 in Gull Lake’s Hole-in-the-Day Bay, this will be the 31st time the tournament has been held in person. Brainerd Jaycees chairman Andrew Jay has said he hopes everyone returns to Gull Lake for the in-person ice fishing competition. “We’re coming back …

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Police blotter – December 3

Baxter Police ARRESTS – A 28-year-old woman was arrested at 10:26 p.m. on Tuesday, November 30 for burglary and possession of controlled substances at College Road and Berrywood Drive. As of Thursday afternoon, the woman was in custody at the Crow Wing County Jail. A 22-year-old man was arrested at …

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Church News – December 1

The Wednesday evening meal on December 1 at the Lutheran Church of Bethlehem, 418 Eighth Ave. NE, Brainerd, is made up of burgers. It will be served from 5:15 p.m. to 6:20 p.m. or when it is gone. The cost is $ 7. The Wednesday Night Advent service using the …

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Book Grants Program Helps Mississippi Libraries Fight Racism

JACKSON – Sixty years ago, a group of black college students were arrested and jailed for studying peacefully at the Jackson Municipal Public Library, which is all-white. Today, the public library shelves of the Jackson-Hinds Library System feature books titled “We Are Not Equal Yet: Understanding Our Racial Divide,” “How …

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Libraries should be for everyone, not just for some

There’s a big birthday coming up in Iowa in about a month. This place we call home – those 55,800 square miles of farmland, woodland, and housing and commercial clusters – joined the Union 175 years ago on December 28. It should be the occasion of a celebration. But it …

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Our opinion: Brainerd area is mobilizing to help the homeless

When New Pathways, a nonprofit helping homeless families, closed in Brainerd in 2019, it left a void in the Brainerd Lakes region. This meant that the homeless population in the area was without local resources for short or long term shelter. The closest place they could go was Saint-Cloud. Over …

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Ohio State President Announces Debt Free Degree Initiative | New

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Yellowknife Offers Emergency Medical Dispatch Software for Second Year in a Row

For the second year in a row, city staff are proposing to spend just over $ 50,000 on emergency care dispatch software in the City of Yellowknife’s draft budget. The 57 pages document, released last week, sets aside $ 53,000 for dispatch software “to ensure consistent high quality of service …

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New candidate to Ken-Arnold school board not eligible to claim seat due to residency issue

One of four candidates who ran unopposed for the New Kensington-Arnold school board will not be able to take the seat, according to the acting Westmoreland County Electoral Officer. Peter Nkemakolam ran for a seat on the District 3 Region School Board. However, Nkemakolam lives in Region 2, Acting Chief …

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The Lakes Area Music Festival presents a “Renaissance” recital

The show will take place at the Gichi-ziibi Arts Center at Brainerd High School. There is no fixed admission fee, but tickets must be booked in advance on the organization’s website. “Attendance is increasing,” Carol Russell, spokesperson, said of the festival recently. “We went off the rails a bit with …

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A high turnout does not mean there is no voter suppression

The Iowans turned out in better numbers than usual for the municipal and school board elections last week. It is always encouraging to see improvements in voter turnout. Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate, a Republican, attributed the higher turnout to increased voter engagement in local issues. “People are a …

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Former WV House President Bob Kiss Dies at 63 | New

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Haunted Homestead a “labor of love”

Wednesday, November 3, 2021 By Catherine Cluett Pactol Photo by Kui Adolpho. By Catherine Cluett Pactol For the second year, Adolpho ‘ohana has gone all out for Halloween, offering a free and safe event for families to celebrate the season at their property. The four days of Haunted Homestead, Wednesday …

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Health variant: why traveling nurses matter (and make a lot of money)

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Traveling nurses. They are healthcare freelancers, backups who have been crucial in helping understaffed nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. And you probably haven’t even heard of it. While not all short-term mobile nurses make a lot of money, big paychecks are possible, especially when health systems …

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Oneida Ward 5 candidate questions and answers – Oneida Dispatch

Oneida, NY – The race for Oneida City Councilor Ward 5 is like no other. There are two candidates on the ballot – Brandee DuBois and Jake Fleming – only Fleming no longer lives in Oneida, making him ineligible. If Fleming wins the vote, the elected mayor would nominate the …

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Minnesota woman promotes mammograms for early cancer detection

It’s Pam Nelson’s advice for women to have mammograms during Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October and at all times. “I was the last person I thought would have cancer,” Nelson said, describing her shock upon learning in March that she had some form of breast cancer. After all, the …

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Republic launches training program for aircraft dispatchers – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) – Indianapolis-based Republic Airways has announced plans to launch what it says is the state’s first aircraft dispatch training program. The airline says the paid training program will begin in January with a class that can accommodate up to 20 students. The program is expected to …

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Longtime Dispatcher Terry Honored – Register Herald

EATON – On Wednesday, October 20, Preble County Sheriff Mike Simpson, state and local officials recognized longtime public servant Donna Terry and celebrated her career with a ceremony in honor of her retirement. “Today we say thank you to Dispatcher Donna Terry for nearly 31 years of public service to …

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The effects of the Deere strike? Dealers are mom

The ongoing strike by more than 10,000 Deere & Co. workers was expected to slow the flow of spare parts to farmers busy harvesting their fields, but the true effects so far are unclear. “We should not tell reporters about this,” said a woman who answered the phone at a …

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Olivier Dwek launches a Pristine Design Gallery in Brussels, and other news – SURFACE

DESIGN SHIPPING Our daily view of the world through the prism of design. BY EDITORS 21 October 2021 New Hope Gallery in Brussels. Photograph by Philippe Garcia … The Design Dispatch offers essential news written by experts in the world of design, designed by our dedicated team. Think of it …

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Missouri Budget Officials Describe $ 50 Million Cost of Data Breach

COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) – Helping about 100,000 teachers whose Social Security numbers have been made vulnerable by a massive state data breach could cost Missouri up to $ 50 million, said Tuesday House budget officials to Democratic lawmakers. Budget officials, who said they obtained the information from the administration of …

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Second Harvest works to help even more during the holidays

For more than 27 years, the Second Harvest North Central Food Bank has distributed food to residents of north central Minnesota with partner organizations to fight hunger such as local food shelves, soup kitchens and homeless shelters. shelter. With the onset of the pandemic, hunger was highlighted as media reported …

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Luzerne County publishes sample ballots for November 2 election

The Luzerne County Election Office released sample ballots for the November 2 election and announced dates for a temporary on-site postal voting option. The sample ballots for each polling station are available through the 2021 general election link on the polling station page at luzernecounty.org. “It gives people a chance …

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Alberta Ombudsman receives complaints from mayors about consolidation of EMS distribution

READ MORE: City sends complaint to ombudsman about consolidation of EMS shipments AHS ‘rationale was that this step would save the provincial government up to $ 6 million per year by eliminating inefficiencies. The mayors, however, argue that the costs were simply uploaded to them. The councils of Lethbridge, Red …

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Gilroy High football team perseveres with last win – Gilroy Dispatch

Winning ugly. During a football season, teams will endure matches where their performance is far from impressive. But in the end, they persevere to register a victory. That was exactly the situation for Gilroy High as he edged Soledad High 21-20 on October 8 in a Pacific Coast Athletic League …

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Vandergrift muralist Alex Chaffins continues to make positive visions

Alex Chaffins de Vandergrift knows how to charm and disarm. With art. Chaffins, Vandergrift’s unofficial muralist, is known for his large, colorful works depicting positive messages. The most recent mural by the self-taught artist is an underwater scene featuring a mermaid. It’s painted on his garage at home. Last year, …

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Cases, hospitalizations on the rise among vaccinated Pa.

The proportion of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations among vaccinated residents of Pennsylvania rose sharply over the past month, reflecting the fact that a higher percentage of the population has now received the vaccine, but also likely protection. declined somewhat, state health officials said on Friday. The latest data from the …

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Fire burns 9 acres in Itasca State Park

ITASCA STATE PARK, Minnesota – A fire at the western edge of Itasca State Park in northwest Minnesota has burned about 9 acres, officials said Wednesday (October 6). The fire was reported to the Clearwater County Sheriff’s Department at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday The Clearwater County Sheriff’s Department received a call …

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Christmas Lights Parade in Huntington canceled for 2021 | Coronavirus

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County hears arguments from ARPA consulting firms

Lowndes County supervisors heard from four companies on Monday that may be vying to provide counseling services to spend American Rescue Plan Act funds. The services offered by the companies ranged from help with documentation and compliance to the full management of the county’s ARPA program. Costs quoted ranged from …

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Trump faces interrogation deadline in libel lawsuit – Oneida Dispatch

By JENNIFER PELTZ NEW YORK (AP) – Former President Donald Trump now has a December 23 deadline to submit to questioning in a defamation lawsuit against a former ‘apprentice’ candidate over what he said by denying his allegations of sexual assault, a court said on Monday. The new deadline for …

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BWCA fully reopened after forest fires

The Upper National Forest rolled back almost all remaining closures related to the wildfires on Friday, October 1, including reducing the Greenwood fire closure area to the fire perimeter of nearly 27,000 acres. The Forest Service also lifted the latest of the closures in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area, …

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Quinn Ewers heads to New Jersey for Ohio State vs Rutgers

Ohio State freshman quarterback Quinn Ewers traveled to Piscataway, NJ on Saturday for the Buckeyes’ second game of the season in the Big Ten. Ewers, who signed up for Ohio State in August after belatedly deciding to skip his final season at Southlake Carroll High School in Texas, was not …

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Former Albany, Minnesota teacher gets probation for raping student

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – A former Albany public school teacher and coach who raped a student multiple times over the course of a year was sentenced on Friday October 1 to five years of supervised probation under a plea deal. Daniel Sinclair Fragodt, 32, of Glenwood, Minnesota, was also sentenced …

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South Park, SNL, Obi-Wan, Mando, more! BCTV Daily Shipping 01 Oct 21

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09/30/2021 | Obituary – October 1, 2021

Preferred WOC Park & ​​Ride option for a large-scale workforce housing complex; Project of 54 people planned on Dorchester Street OCEAN CITY – Ocean City is working on identifying potential locations for one or more affordable seasonal workforce housing projects and the West Ocean City Park & ​​Ride has become …

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