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The town hall focuses on youth programs, police patrols

Robert Benton told community members and leaders Monday night at the Trotter Convention Center that he was “disheartened” by the crime at his business area, Military Hardware on Military Road. There have been five felony cases near his store in the past 15 months, including a “pretty big shooting” outside …

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Unemployment fraud remains a huge problem for Ohio

Ohio has paid about $ 2.1 billion in unemployment benefits to fraudsters or people who have received overpayments and it is not clear whether the repayment will be required, unemployment officials said Monday. From the start of the pandemic from March 2020 to March 2021, Ohio has issued $ 462 …

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Brainerd police chase ends with suspect crashing into vehicles at Tanner Motors

Tire tracks can be seen here Sunday, May 16, 2021, marking the path of a vehicle where one vehicle left the road and crashed into several vehicles at Tanner Motors on Washington Street in Brainerd. Kelly Humphrey / Brainerd Dispatch Brainerd police were investigating a suspected drunk driver at 1:11 …

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Pilot program to help OH City Triage 9-1-1 calls

The city of Columbus is rolling out a four to six week pilot program on Monday that will help determine if 9-1-1 calls require emergency response from police and firefighters or others, such as social workers or clinicians. who are better equipped to deal with mental health or addiction issues. …

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VM man becomes oldest organ donor in US historyNews

The Center for Organ Recovery & Education announced Monday, May 10, that it had recovered the liver of the oldest recorded organ donor in US history, Cecil F. Lockhart, 95, of Welch, West Virginia , died May 4. The record was confirmed by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS), …

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Crow Wing County for updated aerial photos

On Tuesday, May 11, county commissioners unanimously approved two three-year contracts with EagleView, a company providing aerial imagery as well as geospatial software and analysis. EagleView will conduct two county-wide flyovers over a six-year period, providing both orthomosaic and oblique imagery. Orthomosaic means photographs are taken directly over an area, …

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Soup Kitchen Refrigerator, Added Freezer to Meet County Dietary Needs

Thanks in part to a county coronavirus relief grant, the soup kitchen was able to partner with those in its food coalition – including food shelves in Pequot Lakes, Crosby, Crosslake and Central Lakes College – to purchase the ‘equipment and improve food resources. in the zone. Crow Wing Energized …

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Nearly 700K in West Virginia Fully Vaccinated Against COVID | New

HUNTINGTON – Almost 700,000 people in West Virginia have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The State Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) said 691,758 people had been fully vaccinated by Friday morning. This represents over 38% of the state’s eligible population. More than 828,000 people have received at least …

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Citizen climate education: wild ride on warmer tides

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

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Marshall fans cheer on Herd to victory | New

CARY, NC – It will take more than long lines and a huge shortage of gas to keep Marshall fans out of the story. They were in full force again on Friday, turning the stands at Sahlen Stadium into a green wave of support for the Thundering Herd football team …

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