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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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