Monthly Archives: July 2021

Former Alabama High School Player of the Year playing basketball for Serbia at the Olympics

By Teresa M. Walker, AP Sports Writer SAITAMA, Japan – Yvonne Anderson knew that playing in the Olympics for the United States was a long shot at best. In reality, that was probably never going to happen. Yet the Arkansas native is here at the Tokyo Games and living her …

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The Sixers select the great Serbian man Filip Petrusev at No.50, Charles Bassey at No.53

The Sixers selected Serbian tall man Filip Petrusev with the 50th pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, taking a leaflet on an interesting prospect that made for an unorthodox trip to the pros. Philadelphia followed that up by adding another great man at No.53, the great man from West Kentucky, …

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Development threatens one of Montana’s ‘blue ribbon’ trout rivers – High Country News – Know the West

“You have all these grandfather systems that we know are causing water quality problems, but there’s no way to stop them at this point,” he said. For Alsentzer, the bottom line is that the DEQ has the ability to demand more from new developers given the existing issues with Gallatin, …

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Obituary: Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte

Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte BELGRADE – Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte, 73, passed away peacefully at her home in Belgrade on Thursday July 22, 2021. She was born in Waterville on March 18, 1948, daughter of the late Gerald and Mary (Perry) Letourneau. She graduated from high school in 1966 and …

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Chaos in Afghanistan as governments play super politics

The Citizen team is happy to welcome Saeed Naqvi after an interruption due to the Covid virus. He’s had a rough time, but being the Indomitable Journalist has made his way through. This is his first chronicle after his convalescence. Having kept a constant eye on Kabul at least since …

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Tripadvisor is the cheapest online travel stock. Now is the right time to reserve stocks.

Tripadvisor, best known for online travel reviews, has struggled to get the most out of its hundreds of millions of users. That may soon change. The company launched a new travel subscription service, Tripadvisor Plus, which offers discounted hotel rates and other perks. It could rekindle interest in what has …

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Abandon Bozeman; Long-time residents fleeing the region

Many longtime residents are frustrated with the rapid growth and rate of change in Bozeman. People who have lived in Bozeman for years decide to take advantage of the inflated housing market. Many sell their homes for a high price and uproot their families to find what they came here …

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Facility Brings Mental Health Resources to North County LGBTQ Community

A safe space for members of the area’s LGBTQ community to seek advice and support exists beyond San Diego proper. In a country where 62% of LGBTQ youth reported showing symptoms of major depressive disorder last winter, according to a national crisis intervention organization, the North County LGBTQ Resource Center …

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Islamic Jihad and the Noon Church Bells: The Siege of Belgrade by Raymond Ibrahim

Raymond Ibrahim July 22, 2021 – Three years after the conquest of Constantinople, the Ottoman Sultan Muhammad II, at the head of more than 100,000 Turks, marches towards the strategic fortress city of Belgrade, key to Western Europe, in the spring of 1456. Aware of all the death, destruction and …

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Noise from Belgrade bar “violates rights”

EMPTY COMMITMENTS: Lawyer Marina Mijatovic said she took the case to the European Court of Human Rights after city authorities failed to respond to a local court ruling The Serbian capital is once again buzzing with nightlife after more than a year of restrictions linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cafes, …

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