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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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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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Baxter City Council: Hello Auto Development Gets Approval

The proposed business, which is associated with Lake Country Toyota, is a development project along Edgewood Drive in Baxter. Baxter City Council has approved the development of the Hello Auto, which will perform retail work for Lake Country Toyota vehicles. Lake Country Toyota currently has overflow parking on Edgewood Drive …

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Baxter sets 2022 preliminary tax levy at 6.9% increase

“I doubt anyone is happy with our current situation,” Mayor Darrel Olson said in the Sept. 21 city council budget session. Board member Zach Tabatt said he wanted forward-looking projections as much as possible, with ways to strategize and do financial planning going forward to anticipate the annual budget process. …

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09/28/2021 | Middle school expansion project

Middle school expansion project NEWARK – The Worcester County Board of Education approved the offers for the addition to Stephen Decatur Middle School last week. On September 21, the school board voted 5-0 to approve bids totaling $ 11,093,860 for the addition of a new wing at Stephen Decatur Middle. …

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City council approves purchase of police dispatch and recording systems

TEXARKANA, Texas – In a meeting Monday, city council approved the purchase of new prison dispatch, records and management computer systems to coordinate operations between the Texarkanas Police Department and the Sheriff’s Office of the Bowie County. Motorola’s new systems will reconcile the way law enforcement computers “talk” to each …

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InterTalk Cloud Dispatch is now natively integrated with ESChat

DARTMOUTH, Canada, September 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – InterTalk and ESChat are pleased to announce native SDK integration between ESChat’s broadband PTT service and InterTalk’s SaaS-based Cloud Dispatch console system. The two companies will demonstrate the integration at their respective exhibitions at the International Wireless Communication Expo (IWCE), which …

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150th anniversary: ​​test your knowledge of the history of Brainerd

In the midst of the week-long festivities, around 40 people gathered at Rumbly Hall in Brainerd town center to test their knowledge of the town and its surroundings, attempting to answer questions about long-standing businesses, historical events, local celebrities and popular places. Host Dan Hegstad peppered with fun facts throughout …

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Gaskin plans to roll out organizational change proposal

Mark Alexander Jr.’s original plan when he agreed in July to become interim COO of Columbus was to work for free until September 30. By then, the city will have its approved budget for the next fiscal year, which begins Thursday. At that time, the new administration planned to be …

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Locals reflect on service in America’s longest war

The end of the US engagement in Afghanistan last month after nearly two decades has likely prompted many deployed there to reflect on their experiences during America’s longest war. The US Department of Defense estimates that 832,000 US troops served in Afghanistan. An Associated Press report seeking to quantify the …

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Searchlight Pictures Shares Animated Music Video For “Aline” From “The French Dispatch”

A few weeks before the premiere of The French dispatch, Searchlight Pictures shared a music video for the song “Aline” performed by Jarvis Cocker. (Please note this article contains affiliate links. Your purchase will support LaughingPlace by providing a small commission to us, but will not affect your price or …

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Police blotter – September 24

DISTURBANCES – Report at 10:20 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21 of a domestic disturbance on the 27000 block of Highway 4 in Crow Wing County, Pequot Lakes. 9:41 p.m. Tuesday report of a household disturbance on the 19000 block of Love Lake Road, Brainerd. Report at 7:25 p.m. Tuesday of …

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City approves code change to meet state housing requirements

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read is from our journalists doing their important job of investigating, researching and writing their articles. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism takes a lot of …

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Federal judge dismisses Ohio state lawsuit

What We Know About Sexual Abuse in Ohio State At least 177 Ohio State University male students, almost all athletes, have been sexually assaulted by the late Dr. Richard Strauss, a 232-page investigative report produced for OSU broadcasts. The abuse took place from 1979 to 1997. Cincinnati Applicant A federal …

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Superintendent: Pittston area plans to test unvaccinated

YATESVILLE – The Pittston area monthly meeting on Tuesday was brief with mostly routine votes, but the question of mask requirements was raised by a resident who asked the school board how they made the decision – even before the state mandate – to require masks in schools. Board chairman …

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Wife of Minnesota State Senator Charged with Domestic Violence

Charlotte Tomassoni, 69, of Chisholm, has been charged with the offense of domestic violence, committing acts raising fears of immediate bodily harm or death. Her husband is Senator David Tomassoni, an independent who represents District 6, including parts of Itasca and St. Louis counties. Charlotte tomassoni According to a police …

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Pittston Prohibition featuring Badlees reunion a hit

PITTSTON – The town of Pittston hosted a grand finale in the summer on Sunday afternoon when Pittston Prohibition, a wine and beer festival was held. National recording artists The Badlees have come together for the first time since 2014 to perform. Sunday’s event was twofold for the city. This …

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Brainerd Senior Calendar – September 20-24

803 Kingwood Street, Brainerd 218-829-9345 TheBrainerdCenter.com and on Facebook On Monday 7 am-4pm – Exercise rooms 8 a.m.-12 p.m. – Card recyclers 8 am-4pm – Prayer Quilters 9 am-11am – Tennis, Gregory Park Court 9-11 a.m. – Ann’s advice 9:30 am – Mahjong lesson 10 am-4pm – Gift shop (open …

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Police: iPad brawl led to shootout in East Columbus; two arrested

Columbus police arrested two suspects in a shootout Wednesday in East Columbus. Shawn Stallings Jr. of Columbus and Ricky Armstead of Starkville are both charged with two counts of aggravated assault in the incident which began as a result of a disagreement over an iPad transaction, the police chief said …

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What is a truck dispatcher?

Many of the nearly 40,000 truck dispatchers in the United States have lucrative careers by being organized, working independently, and running their own businesses. But truck allocation is not the same as truck brokerage. Here’s why. The main difference is that a truck broker is generally seen as a bridge …

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Eight dogs killed in home fire of displaced Duluth family

DULUTH – Eight dogs died and a parent and child were moved after an electrical fire at a home in Duluth on Friday, September 17. Residents were not at home, but an adult dog and her six puppies perished in the blaze, as did another adult dog that Duluth firefighters …

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Local scene: return from Porchfest, virtual meeting on recreation facilities – Gilroy Dispatch

Musicians return to the porches of Hanna Street Porchfest Gilroy returns to Hanna Street Front Yards on September 25 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The free event features musicians performing on neighborhood porches. The public is invited to wander from porch to porch throughout the afternoon. Porchfest is sponsored …

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NWS: Could be a stormy afternoon in central Minnesota on September 16

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible on Thursday September 16 as thunderstorms are expected to form this afternoon in the Lake District. “Thunderstorms will be possible this morning over northern Minnesota with small hail and wind gusts to 50 mph the main threats,” the National Weather Service of Duluth reported …

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Luzerne County’s new manager search committee holds first meeting

At its first meeting on Wednesday, the Luzerne County Manager Search Committee set a target date of February 1 to research, select and recommend qualified candidates for managers to the county council for consideration. The seven-member citizens’ committee presented the screening because the last research committee met in December 2015 …

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Tailgating Returns to Marshall Football with ‘Thunder Street’ | New

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omnicore Enterprise Dispatch helps keep New South Wales beaches safe | New

PERTH, Australia, September 8, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – omnicore Enterprise Dispatch will be installed at the Surf Life Saving New South Wales (SLSNSW) State Operations Center (SOC) at SLSNSW Headquarters in Belrose in North Sydney. This vital piece of critical technology will include floating radio dispatch console licenses for …

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Cabell Midland’s chef receives the Rhododendron Award | New

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Meet a LAFD dispatch battalion commander – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, sports and weather

Chase ends in two accidents at Silver LakeThis happened around 10:30 p.m. Wednesday on Silver Lake Boulevard and the 101 Freeway. 31 minutes ago LA County Council supervisors ban feeding peacocksKandiss Crone reports from a neighborhood in Altadena where peacocks are rife, but now the LA County Board of Supervisors …

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Luzerne County’s Pollutant Reduction Plan Unveiled

Luzerne County now has a draft plan to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus in its waterways without imposing additional fees or mandates on landowners, according to a recent unveiling. The state’s Department of Environmental Protection had asked the 36 counties in the Chesapeake Bay watershed to develop plans outlining the projects …

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Breckenridge and Robbins join Mustang staff – Oneida Dispatch

SUNY Morrisville Acting Sports Director Todd Kleinhans has announced the addition of Kylie Robbins to the athletic training staff for the upcoming year 2021-22. Robbins, who will be participating in the football and women’s lacrosse programs, comes to Morrisville from SUNY Upstate Orthopedics where she has worked in a clinical …

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Authorities arrest 32 people in civil unrest in Floodwood

FLOODWOOD – Thirty-two people were arrested Friday, August 20, following a report of numerous intrusions into critical infrastructure west of Floodwood. According to a press release from the Northern Lights Task Force, deputies from the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office responded to the Gowan pumping station and encountered 50 people …

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Let It Grow: A Lake Shore Stewardship Adventure

The native flowers that bloom on our hill all started when Harmony Maslowski from the Thousand Lakes Soil and Water Conservation District dropped a packet of seeds with us three years ago. She also left a brochure that explained how growing native plants along the shoreline is good for the …

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Commissioners continue central allocation talks

LIMA – Eleven political subdivisions of Allen County contribute – under contracts that in some cases date back a decade or more – just over $ 234,000 of the nearly $ 1.2 million needed each year to operate 911 dispatch operations at the county sheriff’s office. Four other subdivisions served …

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The release date of the French expedition, the cast and the plot

Like most of Anderson’s films, “The French Dispatch” has a unique setup. The title of the film refers to a fictional diary, and the film is divided into stories from the latest issue of that diary (via THR), including “an obituary, travel column and three feature articles”. The huge cast …

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Washington County Sheriff’s Sergeant’s Daughter Dies of Accidental Strangulation

Camilla “Coco” Jacobson, the daughter of Sgt. Ty Jacobson, died July 29 of asphyxiation due to a neck compression, according to a report from the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office released by the Woodbury Department of Public Safety. Officers were called to the Jacobson House in Baytown Township just after …

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DC Dispatch: the delegation wonders about the next steps of the eviction, Ernst proposes a “Cuomo amendment”

Welcome to the DC Dispatch. This week, the Iowa delegation weighed in on evictions, sexual assault, vaccinations and bacon. What happens after the moratorium on evictions (again) ends? The federal moratorium on evictions expired on Saturday, leaving Democrats in DC scrambling to extend the program. Ultimately, the Centers for Disease …

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Iowa Republicans stand firm against mask warrants in schools

The Republican governor of Arkansas backs off the ban on mandatory masks this week, but Republicans in Iowa said Wednesday they were sticking to their law banning schools and local governments from imposing terms mask. “The governor is proud of the bill she signed,” Gov. Kim Reynolds spokesman Pat Garrett …

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Officials get a preview of the planned 2025 Washington St.

Wider sidewalks, median changes and additional turning lanes are included in the project, which aims to increase safety and accessibility, and it will be open for public comment later this month before a plan design is defined. Members of Brainerd City Council and Crow Wing County Council got a first …

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State of Minnesota, 2 large unions conclude contracts of principle

ST. PAUL – The two largest unions of state employees struck new deals early Thursday, July 22 with negotiators in Gov. Tim Walz’s administration, putting thousands of workers in place for raises and new paid leave . The Minnesota Department of Management and Budget (MMB) confirmed that both agreements were …

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Additional grant for water tower possible: Brainerd council allocates more funds for the project

And they no longer have a deadline looming on the horizon. Brainerd City Council agreed on Monday, July 19 to provide $ 162,043 in matching funds for a historical society grant application, which would provide the same amount – if awarded – to help fund a roof for the tower. …

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Lawmakers announce LSA grants exceeding $ 12 million

WILKES-BARRE – Local state lawmakers announced on Tuesday that more than $ 12.5 million in Local Sharing Account (LSA) grants through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) have been awarded to applicants in communities that they serve. Representatives Mike Carroll, D-Avoca, Gerald Mullery, D-Newport Township, Eddie Day Pashinski, D-Wilkes-Barre, Karen Boback, …

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07/20/2021 | Suspect of assault in Berlin at large; Schools locked out out of caution

Ocean City’s anti-waste campaign sees mixed initial results OCEAN CITY – Officials last week shared the successes and failures of an ongoing anti-waste campaign. Last week, members of the Ocean City Coastal Resources Legislative Committee, or the Green Team, provided an update on the city’s Litter Free OC campaign. “We …

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Great Barrington Officer Was ‘Distracted’ When He Failed To Send Ambulance, Internal Investigation Says | New

Andres Huertas is shown in 2017, when he became a full-time officer in the Great Barrington Police Department. EAGLE FILE PHOTO GREAT BARRINGTON – A police officer who delayed dispatching an ambulance for more than 25 minutes said he was distracted by the station’s 911 communications center when that call …

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Brainerd man faces assault charge after allegedly hitting doctor

A 58-year-old man from Brainerd faces a fourth-degree assault charge for allegedly hitting an emergency room doctor in Crosby. James Julius Herman appeared for a solo felony on July 8 in Crow Wing County District Court in Brainerd. The charge stems from a 911 call made at 9:56 p.m. on …

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The revitalization of the Pittston region is exemplary

Another big event took place last week, putting the Pittston town belt up a notch. Restaurant sur le Pont, a concept taken from the pages of Paris, France, where Parisians would organize an event in the streets of Paris. In this case, it was the bridge that connects West Pittston …

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Dedication set for bathing dock and commemorative bench

The 9 a.m. event at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Crosslake Campgrounds Bathing Dock will recognize the Corps’ partnership with the Greater Crosslake Area Foundation and the Whitefish Chain Yacht Club to build the new dock. The dock is used by campers and serves as a site for swimming …

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Police blotter – July 15

HARASSMENT – Monday, July 12 report of people staying under the Paul Bunyan Bridge off Highway 210 harassing runners and cyclists using the trail. The report also said people made rude comments and threw bottle caps. Police will provide additional patrols in the area. ARRESTS – A 35-year-old man was …

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Police rally: HPD still seeking help in identifying assault suspects | New

HUNTINGTON – The Huntington Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance to help identify people who were witnesses or suspects who were involved in the malicious assault of a 17-year-old man on June 13 in Block 200 from 10th street. Detectives obtained stills from security footage of a new …

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Guest opinion: Tackling climate change is good land management

With extreme drought hitting the entire area, we actually started haymaking as soon as I got back to my ranch after the National Farmers Organization National Council meeting in Iowa on June 25th. I got off the plane and walked home, then started cutting two hours after walking. through the …

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No US force plans Haiti, but helps send assassination investigation | Voice of America

Since Washington-The United States has not developed a military plan against Haiti after asking Haiti to send troops after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Haiti is deploying troops to protect key infrastructure during a conversation between Acting Haitian Prime Minister Claude Joseph and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken …

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ODOT says noise barrier is not designed for impact like fatal accident

A young woman was killed and two others were seriously injured on Wednesday when a noise-reduction wall panel fell on top of a car in a single-vehicle traffic accident on Interstate 71 north near the highway 161, Columbus police reported on Friday. Police say Kayleeana Pannell, 18, of South Linden, …

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Niles Improvements Approved | News, Sports, Jobs

NILES – The city’s dispatch center and lighting service will benefit from some upgrades. At Wednesday’s board meeting, two agenda items relating to the modernization of the police department’s dispatch center and approval of the construction of a secure building were passed unanimously. Mayor Steve Mientkiewicz said dispatch center upgrades …

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07/06/2021 | West Ocean City harbor fire confirmed as arson

West Ocean City harbor fire confirmed as arson OCEAN CITY – After a two-week investigation, the cause of a fire in West Ocean City along the harbor has been confirmed as arson. In a statement on Tuesday, the Worcester County Fire Marshal’s Office said it had determined the fire was …

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Paradegoers tread Lake District events to celebrate July 4th

And as the mercury rose and thermometers recorded temperatures this weekend that flirted with records set in the late 1980s and early 1990s, spectators came out in force for the July 4 parade at 6 p.m. hours, Sunday. It started out as a trickle of water rather than a flood, …

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Shipment of coronavirus to India: Covaxin 77.8% effective, according to Bharat Biotech

Over 44,000 new cases reported India reported 44,111 new coronavirus infections on Saturday, bringing the cumulative number of cases to 30.5 million, according to data from the central health ministry. The country has recorded 738 deaths from the pandemic, bringing the death toll to 401,050. The number of active cases …

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After 70 years, the WCHA men’s league is officially dissolved

After 70 years of play, the Men’s WCHA announced on Friday that it had disbanded effective Thursday, July 1, after a vote taken by the two remaining members of the league. Representatives from Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Fairbanks recently voted to end the men’s league, the statement said, following the …

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Historic commemoration ceremony honors Ojibwe lawyer and suffragist

The marker will be part of the National votes for women trail, and will recognize the Turtle Mountain woman as an advocate for women’s votes, according to a press release. Baldwin lived from 1863 to 1952 and worked for the United States Department of Education in the Office of Indian …

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Nova is on the mend

PITTSTON – A dog recovering after being found neglected and abandoned on Davis Alley in Pittston earlier this month has been visited by his future employers – the agents tasked with saving the puppy. Nova, an eight-month-old pit bull recovered on June 8 was visited by officers from the Pittston …

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Crook County 911 Launches Improved Emergency Medical Dispatch System

PRINEVILLE, Ore. (KTVZ) – Crook County 911 is implementing a new emergency medical response system this week, designed to improve response times and efficiency for first responders. The dispatch center provides communications service to the Prineville Police Department, the Crook County Sheriff’s Office, the Crook County Fire and Rescue Service, …

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Several indicted in Lawrence County | New

IRONTON – A Lawrence County grand jury released dozens of indictments on Wednesday, including three sealed drug indictments, according to prosecutor Brigham Anderson. Frank T. Hill, 48, of 2200 block of South 8th Street, Ironton, was charged with felony assault for shooting a woman in the upper torso on May …

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State representative Crawley chosen by Democrats for an unfinished county commissioner term

Democratic State Representative Erica Crawley will be Franklin County’s next commissioner, edging out Columbus City Council Chair Pro Tem Elizabeth Brown on Thursday in a close vote by the Franklin County Democratic Party Central Committee. The final tally was 63-54. Crawley will replace Dawn Tyler Lee, who has been appointed …

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06/23/2021 | Ocean City Council approves rebranding process

Ocean City Council approves rebranding process OCEAN CITY – A plan to develop a strategy to rebrand Ocean City’s image has received enthusiastic approval from elected officials. Last week, Ocean City Director of Tourism and Business Development Tom Perlozzo outlined his ambitious plan to delve into research and data collection …

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Police blotter – June 22

DISTURBANCES – Report at 10:09 p.m. on Friday, June 18 of screaming from an apartment in the 14000 block of Forest Drive for the past two hours. Officers made contact and a woman was alone with her 3-year-old daughter. The woman told police she was on the phone with her …

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Ohio Senators Propose Policy Changes in State Budget

Ohio is getting closer to have a budget which will dictate how the state pays for schools, daycares and other government services. With nearly 10,000 pages spread across three different budget proposals, it can be difficult to keep track of what was offered where. And the amount state legislators must …

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Indoor Mask Term Ends West Virginia 158th Anniversary | New

CHARLESTON – West Virginia Governor Jim Justice declared the state’s indoor mask requirement ended on Sunday as a million dollar winner was revealed in a draw for residents who received the coronavirus vaccine. Karen Foley of Mineral Wells took home the top prize announced on a sweltering Father’s Day at …

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Vaccine raffle winners to be announced at W.Va. | New

HUNTINGTON – The first winners of the West Virginia vaccination incentive contest will be announced on Sunday. Prizes for state residents over 18 who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 – ranging from a $ 1 million cash prize to new, custom-fitted trucks, weekend getaways in state parks, lifetime hunting or …

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Distribution center under development in Ona | New

ONA – A distribution center is being built in Ona by ECEK-OWV LLC, according to Chad Nelson, grants and permits administrator for the Cabell County Commission. Nelson says his office has had no discussions with anyone about who would occupy the center once it is finished. “Subcontractors told me they …

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Joyce Spencer: Community News for Friday, June 18 | Features / Entertainment

GOLF: Five women’s golf teams from area golf courses represent this section in the West Virginia Women’s Intra-State Golf Competition. The teams are Creekside – Mendy Bays, Doris Wheeler, Cindy McDonie, Lisa Moore and Kay Smith; Esquire – Janet Fisher, Colleen Thew, Alice Williams, Karen Riggio, Joyce Spencer and Carla …

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Baxter city council reflects on prospects for water treatment plant

That future, city officials and consultants noted, looks increasingly costly as impending structural problems emerge and deteriorate over time. Kevin Young, consultant and water operations specialist at Short Elliott Hendrickson Inc., noted that projects to repair, upgrade and upgrade the water treatment facility to performance levels which it will need …

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Senate approves bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday | Ap

WASHINGTON – The Senate on Tuesday passed a bill that would make June 19, or June 19, a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. The bill would lead to making Juneteenth the 12th federal holiday. It is expected to be easily passed by the House, …

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The American Duchess will travel to Huntington on Thursday | New

HUNTINGTON – The American Duchess passenger boat will stop at Harris Riverfront Park on Thursday morning as passengers take advantage of the day to visit Huntington. The boat makes its first stop at Huntington this year. He passed Huntington last week towards Pittsburgh. It will arrive in Huntington around 11 …

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3 Freeport paramedics recognized for their rescue work

Three Freeport emergency medical technicians are recognized for their work in saving the life of a Freeport woman. Daniel Kline, Kaylee Polena and John Zotter worked to save a Freeport woman after she suffered cardiac arrest at her home in early April, according to Mike Greiser, Fire Marshal and Code …

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Gateway to Connect: Thoughts on Growth

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you are about to read is from our journalists doing their important job of investigating, researching and writing their articles. We want to provide informative and inspiring stories that connect you to the people, issues and opportunities within our community. Journalism takes a lot of …

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Artists paint murals on Sullivant Avenue ahead of neighborhood renovations

Wielding a broom, Sarah hout cleaned up the dirt and debris that had obscured the colorful rainbow specter she had spent this week painting on the street outside Burroughs Elementary School in the Hilltop neighborhood of Columbus. By Thursday morning, the constant hum of traffic on Sullivant Avenue had turned …

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Brenda Lucas: Community News for Saturday June 12 | Features / Entertainment

54th: George and Gloria Hanna, longtime members of St. George’s Greek Orthodox Church and special friends, receive warmest congratulations and best wishes on their 54th wedding anniversary, which was celebrated on Friday. May their lives be richly blessed and their love strengthened as they work towards # 55. SPEAKER: Matthew …

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Joyce Spencer: Community News for Friday, June 11 | Features / Entertainment

FAREWELL: A farewell picnic was held on June 2 at Barboursville Park in honor of Chuck Minsker and Jeanette Rowsey for their contributions to Barboursville and the Tri-States. Minsker wrote a Herald-Dispatch column on video games for 14 years; produces the children’s information program, Kid’s Mag; and founded the First …

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