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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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