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Our opinion: here is a safe and successful fishing opener

At midnight early on Saturday May 15, Minnesota fishing season opens for walleye, northern pike, bass and lake trout. We wish all anglers, whether local or visiting from across the state, the best of luck as the open water season kicks off. But when it comes to safety on the …

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Brother arrested, another wanted in York City May 3 homicide

Two brothers face homicide charges in connection with the May 3 shooting death of a 41-year-old York City resident, according to a press release from the York City Police Department. Ryan Craig Strada, 20, was arrested Thursday with help from the US Marshals Service, police said. There is an arrest …

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Fire destroys structures, killing poultry in the process

GARRISON – A three-stall garage and poultry shelter were destroyed by fire on Tuesday, May 11, just northeast of Garrison. The Garrison Fire Department was called in just after 9 p.m. for a structural fire on the 25000 block of Highway 18. Upon arrival, firefighters observed heavy flames protruding from …

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Church News – May 12

The Lutheran Trinity Church, 1420 S. Sixth St., Brainerd, has two worship services scheduled for this week. On Wednesday, May 12, there will be an evening worship service at 6 p.m. with the preaching of Pastor Paul Erdal. Holy Communion will be served. After the service, the Trinity Bells will …

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Dear friend: The gift of everyday problems

Instead of thinking about growing the biggest cucumbers in town, Beatrice now worries about mad cow disease that looked like an explosive epidemic, world trade wars, nuclear proliferation, drug-resistant bugs and more. . With her new and vast circle of concerns, she lived in “prey mode” all the time. No …

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MD podcast of the episode “ The Health Variant ”: “ The Other Virus ”

SIOUX FALLS, SD – In the seventh episode of NewsMD’s podcast “The Health Variant,” host and health correspondent Jeremy Fugleberg reflects on the life and times of this other virus, one that hasn’t done so much. headlines. That’s right – the flu, better known as the flu. You probably already …

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End of Year Tests Underway for Cabell County Students | New

HUNTINGTON – A three-week window for state-mandated testing opened this week for students in Cabell County, reintroducing a long-standing method of measuring academic progress. All students in Grades 3 to 8 will be tested in Reading, Language Arts and Math, while students in Grades 5 and 8 will also be …

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Pequot Lakes mom shares her daughter’s cancer journey

Fevers. Then stomach pains. Then sudden weight loss. It was enough to convince her mother, Jessica Bleichner, to take her daughter to the doctor. After a series of rigorous tests, it was revealed that Azalea, then 12, was not allergic to anything she ate. No, the cause of his ailments …

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Marshall University freshman retention rate at record high | New

HUNTINGTON – Marshall University’s freshman retention rate is at an all-time high, according to the university. Full-time first-year students enrolled in fall 2019 returned in fall 2020 at a rate of 78%, 5% more than the previous year. The success is evidenced by the fact that retention remained during the …

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Pressure is mounting for India’s lockdown; the surge breaks the record again

NEW DELHI – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced mounting pressure on Friday to impose a strict nationwide lockdown, despite the economic pain it will bring, as a surprising rise in coronavirus cases has hit the system of The country’s health shows no signs of slowing down. Many medical experts, …

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City of York man killed in triple shooting identified

A 36-year-old man was killed and two other men were shot dead overnight in York, according to a police press release. Victor Acosta-Delgado, 36, of East Maple Street in York City, died at WellSpan York Hospital around 12:45 a.m. Friday, according to the York County Coroner’s Office. York City Police …

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State MNR urges residents to ensure docks are compliant

Lake service provider companies should also review regulations to ensure that the equipment they sell or install is compliant. The size of docks and wharves is regulated in Minnesota by the Department of Natural Resources to ensure a balance between the protection and use of public waters. Docks and wharf …

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Sending coronavirus to India: daily deaths reach nearly 4,000

Over 414,000 new cases reported India reported 414,188 fresh coronavirus infections on Friday, bringing the cumulative number of cases to 21.4 million, according to data from the central health ministry. The country has recorded 3,915 deaths from the pandemic, bringing the death toll to 234,083. The active caseload stands at …

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Luzerne County exceeds 100,000 vaccinations

Luzerne County took a major coronavirus milestone on Wednesday, with more than 100,000 residents fully vaccinated. Daily updates from the state’s health department show that 101,229 county residents are now fully covered. This equates to at least 38% of residents currently eligible for the vaccine, based on the state’s available …

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Clergy Perspective: God Is With You – He Will Be Revealed

One of my favorite Easter stories is the Walk to Emmaus (Luke 24: 13-35). It tells the story of two people (one named Cleopas and the other unnamed, although believed to be his wife, Mary) who walk from Jerusalem to their home in Emmaus. As they walk, they talk about …

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Brainerd ambulances move stations for the first time in decades

A recent move, however, means ambulances are responding to new management and new searches. The North Memorial Health Brainerd area ambulance moved on March 1 from its accommodation in two buildings on the 200 block of Northwest Fifth Street in Brainerd to an expanded location on Industrial Park Road in …

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Science of Opioid Use Disorders Broken Down on Day 2 of Trial | New

CHARLESTON – A Charleston courtroom turned into a chemistry class on Tuesday as a witness in a landmark opioid crisis essay broke down opioids into their molecules and explained how use disorders opioids take hold of drug addicts. Dr Corey Waller, a doctor specializing in drug addiction medicine, said opioids …

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New Charges Filed Against Former Delegate Derrick Evans | New

WASHINGTON, DC – New charges have been filed against former Wayne County Delegate Derrick Evans in connection with his role in the January 6 raid on the U.S. Capitol. Evans, 35, has been charged with entering and staying in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct in a restricted building, …

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Chillicothe (Mo.) HS BB Hornets sends Trenton 14-3 in five Monday

By PAUL STURM, Editor CT Sports Regardless of where the game ended, the Chillicothe High School Baseball Hornets were featured to end their 4-game losing streak when they met the shorthanded Trenton Bulldogs on Monday. Heavier rain at the planned game site in Trenton than at Chillicothe during the early …

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Vehicle hits one-year-old, claims the life of a toddler

WALKER – A one-year-old girl died on Sunday May 2 after being struck by a vehicle in a driveway at a residence just south of Walker. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office was called at 4:55 p.m. following the fatal crash at Breezy Point Circle in Shingobee Township in rural Walker. …

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Meet the new babies at Como Zoo: two fluffy Dall lambs

ST. PAUL – Como Zoo welcomed two baby Dall’s sheep in April, lambs who join a growing weather-themed family. Iao, whose name means “supreme cloud” in Hawaiian, was born in Drizzle on April 1 and Breezy was born in Sunny on April 24. Other family members are named Storm, Thunder, …

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Afraid of cicadas? Barely, but they might fear us

Welcome to Joe’s Guide to Dealing with Cicadas. The endless stories about Brood X cicadas might worry you, but there’s no reason to panic. Certainly, these insects attract attention. They remain underground for years before erupting as noisy, red-eyed creatures determined to satisfy primitive urges. So naturally, some people confuse …

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Reliable news, opinions help us stay informed

Kathy did not give her last name and we do not know where she is from. His note, however, resonates. “As a child, I thought that everything that was written in the press should be the truth, in black and white,” she wrote to Forum Communications Co., which operates newspapers, …

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Applications Open for $ 28.6 Billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund | Business

HUNTINGTON – Open applications will begin at noon Monday for the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a federal program to help food establishments that have experienced economic distress and significant operational losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The online application will remain open to any qualifying institution until all funds are depleted, …

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Free Zoom Gardening Webinar offered with Brainerd Public Library

“Flower Gardening for Beginners” will be presented by Master Gardener Jackie Burkey at noon on May 11 via Zoom. The presentation will be an overview of the basics for new gardeners. This class is designed for novice gardeners, but experienced growers are also welcome. Register for this free Zoom webinar …

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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Wayne County Students and Families | New

WAYNE – Schools in Wayne County will be offering COVID-19 vaccines to students and their families May 13-14. Superintendent Todd Alexander encourages those interested to register. “We want to encourage students and parents to sign up for the vaccine,” Alexander said. “We think it’s important to help prevent the spread …

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Neighbors Help Save Stranded Boater

A stranded boater was rescued Thursday on Clearwater Lake thanks to the combined efforts of lake residents and first responders. The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office was called just before 1 p.m. for a stranded boater on Clearwater Lake in Nokay Lake Township, east of Brainerd. Sheriff’s deputies, along with …

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04/29/2021 | Ocean City Eyes Cicada-Free Zone Marketing Campaign

Berlin turns jazz and blues event into a weekend affair BERLIN – A three-day celebration of jazz and blues kicks off in Berlin next Friday. The 13th edition of the Berlin Jazz and Blues Bash, modified this year and known as “Jazz and Blues, Art & Booths”, will take place …

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St. Lawrence County to Receive $ 6 Million State Grant for Emergency Dispatch System After Two Years of Waiting | St. Lawrence County

TOWNSHIP – A wait of more than two years for a state grant of $ 6 million for emergency services in Saint-Laurent County has ended. Last week, the County Legislators’ Council’s Operations Committee unanimously passed a resolution authorizing Council Chairman William J. Sheridan to sign a contract with the state …

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Church News – April 28

The First Lutheran Church, 424 S. Eighth St., Brainerd, will celebrate the fifth Sunday of Easter at 9:30 am on Sunday May 2nd. The message will be from Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton. Holy Communion will be served. The in-person worship service will be broadcast in the church parking lot, on …

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Crow Wing County Property Value Appraisal Increases $ 890 Million

According to property assessment data released by the County Land Services Department, the total estimated value of all properties in the county has increased from $ 12.1 billion on January 2, 2020 to $ 13 billion on January 2, 2021, an increase of $ 890 million. or 7%. RELATED: Crow …

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Viv Williams Joins NewsMD as Digital Healthcare Journalist

Health Fusion will be a daily podcast offering health tips while providing in-depth weekly shows that explore the topics in more depth. The podcast debuts Wednesday, April 28. Previously, Williams worked as a TV presenter, reporter, producer, and host with Mayo Clinic News Network. “We are delighted that Viv is …

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Yilun Cheng Focuses on Refugee and Immigrant Communities

To better reflect and serve communities in the city of Columbus and beyond, The Dispatch is adding a reporting post to write for and about refugee and immigrant communities in central Ohio. This is made possible by Report for America, which today announced the placement of approximately 300 journalists nationwide …

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Man sentenced for beating death on probation | New

HUNTINGTON – A man convicted of murder in a fatal beating at a bar in 2016 is on probation following a hearing that questioned West Virginia’s sentences for causing death. Hayden Damien Drakes, of Huntington, entered a Kennedy plea on Tuesday – which allows him to take punishment for a …

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City to buy 150th anniversary banners

The city council agreed to buy 250 banners with the custom logo Mayor Dave Badeaux was designed to celebrate the city’s 150th anniversary this year. “Initially we wanted to place 450 banners on our streetlights across town,” city administrator Jennifer Bergman told council on Monday, April 19, “but as you …

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The stroller, April 25, 2021: events in the Alle-Kiski valley

Publicize your club meetings, events and fundraisers in The Stroller. Send the information at least a week in advance to [email protected] Please include a daytime phone number. Rabies clinic offered Saturday in New Kensington Allegheny Valley Animal Writers will host a rabies, distemper and microchip clinic Saturday from 11 a.m. …

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Exciting Programs at Greenwood Lake Library – The Warwick Valley Dispatch

The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. In Greenwood Lake, offers the various programs in May. In-person programs are subject to change depending on health restrictions. Registered clients will be notified of any changes and information will be posted on the Library’s Facebook and Instagram pages. For …

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Dispatch audio says Andrew Brown Jr. was shot in the back

In the moments following the filming of Andrew Brown Jr., first responders can be heard on the audio of the dispatch saying a man has been shot and has gunshot wounds to his back. © Robert Willett / AP Protesters begin their march at a protest in reaction to the …

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Brenda Lucas: Community News for Saturday April 24 | Features / Entertainment

BLUEGRASS: Mountaineer Opry presents Brayden Williamson and Friends in concert at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 24 at the Cabell County Camp 4-H Conference Center, 6040 Booten Creek Road, Barboursville. Admission is $ 15; $ 12 for seniors; and $ 5 for ages 12 and under. Concessions are available. Masks …

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Minnesota surpasses 100 traffic deaths

ST. PAUL – In a year where grim milestones seem to be happening every day, the Minnesotans mark another grim day as the state surpassed 100 road deaths – the first date this has happened in six years. Preliminary reports from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety’s Office of Highway …

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Police Blotter – April 23

ARRESTS – A 29-year-old woman and a 38-year-old man were arrested at 1:23 a.m. on April 18 during a traffic stop on Route 210 at Highland Scenic Road. A 51-year-old woman was arrested at 11:36 p.m. on April 17 for driving while intoxicated with a controlled substance during a traffic …

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COVID restrictions to be reduced on May 15 – Kenbridge Victoria Dispatch

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam announced on Thursday, April 22 that sports and entertainment venues in Virginia could begin operating with increased capacity and that social gathering limits would increase as of Saturday, May 15. The announcement comes as vaccinations continue to rise in the Commonwealth and more than half of …

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Columbus police shootout of Ma’Khia Bryant seems legal

An Ohio criminal justice professor who studies the fatal use of force by law enforcement didn’t hesitate to deliver an opinion after watching Columbus cop body camera video fatally shooting 16-year-old girl Tuesday afternoon on the southeast side of town. “My first impression is that the officer was legally justified …

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Relieved, savage gamers hope Chauvin’s verdicts generate change

All eyes were on Minneapolis at the time, and for about 90 minutes from when the verdict was delivered to when it was announced, time stood still. “Just the unknown,” says Dumba. “You just need to know the magnitude of this ordeal and what could result for our city.” From …

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Entertainment Memories – April 21

AITKIN – Ripple River Gallery has announced the opening of its next exhibition titled “Emergence / Re-Emergence”, which will open on April 28. Fifteen artists submitted their art for this exhibition, which features a wide range of perspectives, expressions and media – works ranging from felted wool and clay to …

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The Dispatch team rewarded for its performance in a crisis situation | The star

AUBURN – Three members of the DeKalb County Central Dispatch team were recognized at a recent state IN911 board meeting. Melody Chafee, Alexis Gigli and Supervisor John Bonifer were honored for their performance during a Criminal Frenzy on December 14, 2020 in DeKalb County. Tiffany Weimer, deputy director of central …

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Bexley High School Boys Rank Girls’ Attractiveness on Instagram

A list ranking the ‘attractiveness’ of the upper class of Bexley High School girls was posted on social media over the weekend. The nine-level list ranked girls from “bhaddie” at the top to “disgusting garbage people.” Some of the other categories include “def above average”, “meh”, vomit emoji, and “horse”. …

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Experts discuss local effects of climate change at Forum Rosenmeier

The virtual seminar on Monday April 19 was a sort of dual program, with participants benefiting from the expertise of Paul Douglas, a seasoned meteorologist, alongside his friend and peer, Dr Mark Seeley, a climatologist formerly at the University of Minnesota. The two explored the complex relationship between weather and …

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ParkMobile Informs Parking Committee of Data Breach | New

HUNTINGTON – The company the Huntington Municipal Parking Board uses to collect mobile parking payments has released information about a recent cybersecurity breach. ParkMobile informed users of a cybersecurity breach it became aware of in March. Last week the company published the findings of its investigation conducted with a cybersecurity …

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Are we in the era of criminally charged cops?

Less than four years later, former Minneapolis policeman Mohamed Noor is in jail after a jury convicted him of murder for shooting and killing Justine Damond, former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin is on trial for murder for the death of George Floyd, and Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter …

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Mississippi River flood warning, snowflakes expected for the coming week

The forecast calls for snow but no accumulation as the flood warning issued by the National Weather Service in Duluth continues for Aitkin. A previous flood warning issued for the Brainerd Lakes region has expired. RELATED: Weather Service Issues Flood Warning for Mississippi River in Lake District “The week will …

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Another opinion: Minnesota can remain “ the land of the blue waters of the sky ”

Relax. The agency does not suggest changing the standards for our drinking water. One can expect that these lofty benchmarks of purity – ensuring Minnesota remains “the land of the blue waters of the sky,” as the Hamm’s brewery in St. Paul sang to itself – will remain intact. Instead, …

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Different views: college students check this spring all the time of nice worth

That does not imply the return of statewide testing – it was canceled final yr in Minnesota resulting from COVID-19 – will not be of nice worth. Testing can play an essential position in assessing pupil efficiency and scenario after a tough yr of distance studying, district-by-district mixes of in-person …

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Washington County’s new 911 delivery heart has opened

Washington County’s new 911 dispatch heart opened on the St. George Metropolis Commons Constructing on Monday after a three-week set up interval. The $ 1.3 million, 6,000 sq. foot facility is a step up from the county’s earlier 2,400 sq. foot facility and may accommodate as much as 20 dispatchers, …

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World cargo of coronavirus: pandemic could not go away by finish of 2021, WHO says

Variants are spreading shortly in Japan In what’s an alarming development for Japan forward of the Summer season Olympics, coronavirus variants are spreading quickly in Kobe, research finds. The town carried out a random variant verify amongst individuals who examined optimistic for Covid-19 after January 1. The outcomes confirmed that …

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The stroller, March 2, 2021: occasions within the Alle-Kiski valley

TribLIVE’s each day and weekly newsletters ship the information you need and the knowledge you want, proper to your inbox. Publicize your nonprofit group’s conferences, occasions and fundraisers in The Stroller. Ship the knowledge at the least per week prematurely to [email protected] Please embody a daytime telephone quantity. Donations accepted …

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Former Gallatin County Transport Employee Charged With Impersonating Sheriff Over Motel Reductions | Crime and courts

A former Gallatin County dispatch employee was arrested over the weekend after police mentioned he advised motel employees he was the county’s new sheriff to get upgrades and reductions for his keep . Mark Ward, 44, is accused of posing as a public servant, a felony. He was seen in …

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POLICE BLOTTER: Eight automobile / animal accidents in Montmorency County | Information, Sports activities, Jobs

THE WEB Current actions by regulation enforcement companies in northeast Michigan. This has solely been modified barely. MONTMORENCY COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT Replace on March 1, 2021 Complete: 68 Alarms: 1 Animal management: 4 Site visitors stops: 2 OWI Arrests: 1 Drug arrests: 0 Arrest warrant: 2 Criticism Arrest: 0 Animal …

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Nashville Music Membership Homeowners Keep in mind The Evening Music Died | nationwide

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – When frantic messages started to stream and a twister hit a beloved live performance corridor in Nashville, Mike Grimes thought it could not be so unhealthy. May Basement East actually be destroyed? Hours earlier, the Grimes co-owner membership had hosted a profit live performance for Democratic …

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Editorial: A more in-depth to regular summer time might await | Discover

Right here we’re, lower than two weeks away from celebrating the primary anniversary of the non permanent measures to flatten the curve of the novel coronavirus, and it appears to be like like issues are bettering. Final week, Governor Jim Justice dominated that some companies could enable extra prospects in …

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Homicide of case researcher Michelle O’Connell stays unsolved over 2 years later

The household of a person killed on the World Golf Village are nonetheless hoping for solutions greater than two years after his dying. Eli Washtock, 38, was discovered by gunshot on January 31, 2019 in a condominium on the third ground of Laterra Condominiums contained in the gated group. Authorities …

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The Day – Norwich begins work on fireplace examine suggestions

Norwich – Metropolis leaders are beginning to work on the highest priorities listed within the new complete examine of the town’s fireplace departments, on the lookout for price estimates to improve outdated radio and dispatch methods. On Monday, metropolis council thought of a decision authorizing Metropolis Supervisor John Salomone to …

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Wadena County taking pictures suspects beforehand threatened ‘warfare’ on police

WADENA, MN (Valley Information Dwell) – We study extra tonight in regards to the suspects concerned in a shootout with Wadena County officers over the weekend, as household and pals at Valley Information Dwell say, the 2 had been brothers, with what gave the impression to be a tumultuous relationship …

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US downplays risk of sharing COVID-19 vaccines with Mexico

WASHINGTON / MEXICO CITY, March 1 (Reuters) – The Biden administration on Monday performed down the prospect of sharing coronavirus vaccines with Mexico, saying it was focusing first on defending its personal inhabitants from a pandemic that killed greater than 500,000 Individuals. The remarks by White Home press secretary Jen …

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Information Subsequent Door: San Clemente Council Acknowledges Los Patrones Extension in Normal Plan Modification

SUPPORT THIS INDEPENDENT JOURNALISMThe article you’re about to learn is from our reporters doing their vital job – investigating, researching and writing their tales. We wish to present informative and provoking tales that join you to the individuals, points and alternatives inside our group. Journalism requires quite a lot of …

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Minnesota firearms license purposes practically doubled in 2020

ST. PAUL – Extra Minnesotans have utilized for permits to hold a firearm than any yr in current historical past, Bureau of Felony Apprehension information confirmed on Monday, March 1. In 2020, 96,554 folks obtained a transport allow, practically double the 51,404 who obtained a allow in 2019. BCA officers …

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In-person debut deliberate at Marshall | Information

HUNTINGTON – Marshall College introduced Monday that its Spring 2021 Opening Ceremony shall be an in-person occasion on Saturday, Might 1 at Joan C. Edwards Stadium with pandemic well being and security precautions in place. The ceremony will start at 9 a.m., rain or shine, though within the occasion of …

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