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Antlers at Vail Reveals Money-Saving List of 50 Things to Do in Vail for Under $50 in Honor of Hotel Colorado’s 50th Anniversary Ski Season

Antlers at Vail is ideally located in Lionshead, just 150 meters from Vail’s Eagle Bahn Gondola, for visitors looking to experience all that the world famous ski resort has to offer. In honor of its golden anniversary, Antlers at Vail has created a new money-saving list of 50 things to …

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First Responders Adopt Dogs They Helped Save From Wisconsin Plane Crash

The first responders who rushed to the scene after a plane carrying more than 50 shelter dogs crashed into a Wisconsin golf course this week helped save the animals in more ways than one. The large twin-engine plane, which was ferrying the dogs to shelters in southeast Wisconsin from Louisiana, …

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Callers flood metro Atlanta abortion clinics after court ruling

The state immediately appealed McBurney’s decision. ExploreFulton County Judge Halts Enforcement of Georgia Abortion Ban Georgia’s dozen clinics — most in metro Atlanta — remained open this summer and fall, but performed fewer abortions under the toughened law. Many patients traveled to other states with looser restrictions. Planned Parenthood clinics …

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What to know about financial aid and scholarship opportunities at ECC – Observer

Nat Leon, Engagement EditorNovember 13, 2022 The entrance to the Elgin Community College Financial Aid Office. If you’re a student, you’ve probably worked on your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or researched scholarship opportunities. Elgin Community College has several services that offer assistance when navigating these resources. Maria …

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TN’s Official Guide to Tipping Around the World

Holders Photo credit: Cotton Bro Set the tone for your hotel stay by tipping your porter. They are usually the first point of contact when arriving at your hotel. A party of four with luggage for a 3-5 day stay should tip $10-$15. If the weather is bad or they …

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Pecan Community Gardens, a busy place this fall | Columnists

Originally from Mississippi, transplanted to Texas for 28 years, Diane Long is a wife, mother and English teacher who wrote Pecan Plantation Bits for a total of 15 years. She spends her time gathering neighborhood news and teaching students how to avoid the passive voice. The folks at Pecan Community …

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The Historical Society prepares for a gingerbread contest

First place and prize in the Best of Show gingerbread contest was won by ‘Hometown Giving’ by the Petter family at the annual Carson Valley MuseumPhoto by Sarah Drinkwine. The holidays are right around the corner and the Douglas County Historical Society is already getting into the holiday spirit. Preparations …

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TV Recap: “Alaska Daily” – Episode 4 “The Weekend”

Stanley (Jeff Perry) briefs the newsroom on the opening weekend of the State Fair this weekend. Claire (Meredith Holzman) offers to cover the pig races, Juna (Ami Park) is all over the food and snacks. Eileen (Hilary Swank) walks into the meeting, makes a sarcastic comment, and Stanley advises her …

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All the Evidence That Supports the Buffalo Jim Barrier Murder Theory

Warning: The following contains SPOILERS for Unsolved Mysteries volume 3, episode 4, “Death in a Vegas Motel”.Unsolved mysteries Volume 3, Episode 4 presents ample evidence supporting the theory that James “Buffalo Jim” Barrier was murdered. Barrier’s body was discovered in a Motel 6 on Boulder Highway on April 6, 2008, …

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Fight against homelessness: DESC plans new housing at Interbay

IInterbay is expected to receive more housing to help serve the city’s most vulnerable residents. Daniel Malone, executive director of the Downtown Emergency Services Center, shared the organization’s plans to open new permanent supportive housing on 15e Avenue West in Interbay during the Queen Anne Community Council meeting on October …

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Elizabeth Heiskell reveals her breast cancer diagnosis

Four months ago, I was waiting for a yoga class to start when the teacher said hello to me. She’s one of my favorites – I think of her as a little light bulb that barely touches the ground of the earth when she walks. She just floats through this …

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Jake Roberts Shares Hilarious Story Of Rick Rude’s Arrest – TJR Wrestling

Jake “The Snake” Roberts has shared a hilarious story about his friend and former on-screen rival “Ravishing” Rick Rude who was arrested for not having a condom when he needed one. The on-screen rivalry between Jake Roberts and Rick Rude was very personal in the late 1990s. Rude was a …

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The presentation of Rosie the Riveter will take place on October 12 at Adrian

ADRIAN — A special program on a significant figure in American history will be presented this week to Adrian. Rosie the Riveter, a WWII icon who highlighted the boldness, determination, creativity and bravery of American men and women, will come to life in a landmark presentation at 1 p.m. Wednesday …

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Oak Ridge’s 40th Annual Halloween Party Set for Oct. 27

The Oak Ridge Parks and Recreation Department will host the 2022 Children’s Halloween Party at AK Bissell Park on Thursday, October 27 from 6-8 p.m. Activities will be planned throughout AK Bissell Park, including a wagon ride, weather permitting. Hundreds of children and their parents are expected, according to city …

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Dori: Felon released by WA judge accused of killing Idaho couple

On the same day, Idaho innkeepers Rory and Sara Mehen were hosting summer guests at their charming little bed-and-breakfast, a July 22 ruling from a judge 450 miles away in the state of Washington would have resulted in their death. Court documents from both states show John Cody Hart, 28 …

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Lawsuit: Estranged husband entered Streeterville building, murdered his wife despite management knowing he was dangerous

CHICAGO (CBS) – Sania Khan was shot and killed by her ex-husband in a murder-suicide at his apartment building in Streeterville last summer. This is despite building management knowing they shouldn’t let him in following an earlier attack and threat notification – as alleged by Khan’s family in a lawsuit. …

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In Greenwich, blood drive, paper shredding, flu shot clinics and more

The American Red Cross is seeking blood donations to help with life-saving medical procedures and for those affected by Hurricane Ian. Greenwich residents will have the opportunity to help out at a blood drive scheduled from 1:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center at …

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Hurricane Ian hits Florida as schools act as shelters: ‘Ready to accept anyone with open arms,’ says teacher

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! As Hurricane Ian hits Florida, school buildings have been cleared and designated as shelters for evacuees and community members seeking safety. Educators and school staff in many counties rallied as the storm, first reported as a Category 4, made landfall on Wednesday …

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Kentucky Red Cross surprises local volunteer with highest honor | Local News

A Fort Knox volunteer was in a state of disbelief last week when the CEO of the Kentucky Regional Red Cross suddenly began praising her personal contributions to the community. Surrounded by her Armed Forces Service teammates, Denise McGillen couldn’t hide her surprise when what she thought was this year’s …

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New Skyrim Mod brings the monotony of office work to Tamriel

The Nords have always been one of the friendliest races scattered across The Elder Scrolls’ continent of Tamriel, so having their frozen homeland of Skyrim serve as the backdrop for the ongoing war and massive dragon battles has always felt be a perfect fit. But now a modder has given …

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October at the Oceanic Free Library

Sep 22, 2022 October at the Oceanic Free Library By Lori Draz The Oceanic Free Library (OFL) says it’s time for a good ghost story, fall fun, a new recipe and fall-inspired crafts at this fun and friendly historic library, voted ” Most Loved Library 2022” by Hulafrog for the …

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Olivia Coley-Pearson fights for the right to vote

Historically, people who cannot read or write have been discriminated against in American voting booths. Prior to the passage of the Voting Rights Act in 1965, literacy tests were enacted as a means of disqualifying immigrants and the poor, who had less education, from voting. In the south, they were …

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HOTEL EQUITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TEAM EXPANDS ITS PORTFOLIO

Atlanta, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Hotel Equities (HE), owner, operator and hotel development company, continues to expand its development services platform for new hotel construction and improvement plans of properties to meet the demands of a sector struggling with supply chain issues and labor shortages, HE’s portfolio of …

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“More Than Just Armband” Black 14 Exhibit Opens at UW American Heritage Center

LARAMIE – “More Than Just an Armband”, an exhibit about the dismissal of Black 14 players from the University of Wyoming football team in 1969 and the impact of that historic event, is now on display through December at the American Heritage Center (AHC) at UW. . The exhibit examines …

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City makes welcome investment in mental health care

Our country’s mental health crisis, exacerbated by the pandemic, is undeniable in San Antonio. Meeting mental health needs is a complex challenge, requiring considerable resources and unwavering political attention. While the state has left much to be desired in this regard – we are once again reminded of how Mental …

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What to do at the Children’s Museum in September

Teddy Bear exhibition in the Imagination gallery Teddy Bear Treasures is now on display in the Children’s Museum’s Imagination Gallery. This special exhibit of teddy bears from the Museum’s collection will be on display until October 30. Children are encouraged to bring their own teddy bear on their visit. Smithsonian …

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WATCH: Kagebein breaks the generational cycle

Growing up was not an easy task for Paul Kagebein, who said he rose in many ways. “I didn’t necessarily have a lot of family members, and those family members had addiction issues,” he said. “And so I was raised around what is not the ideal situation for a child. …

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New York couple find Spicer Mansion ‘unsanitary’ and seek $3,000 refund from beleaguered owner

The Spicer Mansion on April 3, 2017, on Elm Street in Mystic. (Sean D. Elliot/The Day) Buy reprints Mystic ― A couple from Westchester County, New York, who booked a week-long stay at Spicer Mansion this summer, said they left the boutique hotel the day of their arrival after checking …

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Disney fans discuss vaping in park bathrooms

“It’s my own private home. I won’t be harassed, bitch. This is a quote from Breaking Bad, but this week it was used to describe sneaking into a Disney park bathroom to vape. @peachieblossom666 posted on TikTok: @peachieblossom666 how fast i would be #fy #fyp #4yp #dis #wdw #walt #disney …

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Meet the Herald part 1:

The Columbia Basin Herald is staffed by local employees who work hard to keep the community informed of local issues and events. We value transparency, and with that in mind, we thought we’d introduce ourselves to our readers. Over the next few weeks we will be posting presentations like the …

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House of Mercy leader speaks out after being fatally stabbed

ROCHESTER, NY – For the first time since the brutal stabbing of two men at the House of Mercy, the executive director is speaking out. Stepping in the door as the new executive director of the House of Mercy in early March, Dr. Tammy Butler knew she had her hands …

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A New President in Town – The Ferris State Torch

Photo courtesy of Maelynn Huhn “Many people [say], ‘I need to make this amount of money to be happy.’ I just want to live my life and be happy. That’s the attitude MaeLynn Huhn adopted as president of the Student Government Association during her final semester at Ferris. Huhn, a …

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Comprehensive system enables more efficient medical practice – and free parties

When Dr. Thomas Miller, a family physician and owner of Family Medicine in Arlington, Texas, started using EHRs, many other practices were still using paper records and operating their practices without the benefit of much technology. Miller was an early adopter when he set up his first EHR for his …

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Barnes & Noble’s policy limiting hardcover stock disproportionately hurts writers of color, authors say

A Barnes & Noble policy to limit its stock of hardcover novels has drawn a flurry of criticism online, with many saying the move disproportionately affects newbie writers and people with marginalized identities. Three authors who spoke to NBC News confirmed to their publishers that under the policy, their hardcover …

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Epic’s artist-in-residence invites the public during studio hours: a piece in the works since 2018 can be viewed in progress | Community

Epic Systems Artist-in-Residence Manabu Ikeda has been working on a new creation since 2018. It’s the biggest job he’s ever done at a size of 10ft by 19ft. “I’m excited to see how the piece I’m creating here will turn out,” Ikeda said. Born in 1973 in Japan, Ikeda creates …

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Lessons on thriving with your spouse, sibling as business partners

We can all learn something from these savvy business owners, who happen to be related. Sound like a nightmare? Think again – these family-minded entrepreneurs rely on their experiences and their best advice. Aida Scarpati, Ferdi Restaurant, Reception and Service Manager; Fernando Scarpati, Executive Chef This Westchester-based duo opened Italian …

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Couple moving to Jacksonville lose heirlooms, photos and pets’ ashes

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – A husband and wife moving to Jacksonville search for their belongings, after someone stole their U-Haul from a local hotel. The couple, who are moving from Texas, ask for help locating precious keepsakes and priceless valuables inside the truck. They said the thieves also stole around $12,000 …

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Real soon housing project for Martinsburg Union Rescue Mission | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – People are always happy to help with the Martinsburg Union rescue mission. A service dog named Patches greets visitors and residents as they enter in front of the main building. Volunteers are waiting at the reception to greet anyone who enters. Residents work hard in the kitchen to …

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Otis Redding Arts Center hearing postponed

The Otis Redding Foundation sent us a statement saying they want to make sure everything is done right. MACON, Ga. — A decision on whether to license a planned arts center in downtown Macon is still weeks away. On Monday, the county’s design review board was supposed to review plans …

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Taylor Hospitality Elects Michael White as Chief Executive Officer

Morgantown, WV, Aug. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Devoted Assistant General Manager Michael White has been promoted to General Manager of the Hilton Garden Inn – Morgantown, by Taylor Hospitality. Taylor Hospitality has managed and co-owned the hotel since July 1, 2022. White’s career in hospitality management has spanned the …

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Weekend: Tucson, Arizona | National

Toto, we’re not in Starkville anymore. Of all the destinations on the Mississippi State away game schedule this year, none is more dramatically different from Starkville than Tucson, Arizona. Located in the heart of the Sonoran Desert, Tucson is home to the Arizona Wildcats. Those heading west from northeast Mississippi …

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Columbus Designs Fashion Uniforms for New Hilton Hotel Employees

Your Hilton Columbus Downtown bartender or server will soon be a little more fashionable. In partnership with the Columbus Fashion Alliance, Hilton employee uniforms for reception, restaurant and bar staff will be refreshed by the local fashion organization. After:Fashion is Art Gallery Hop event shows how industries connect Kevin Black, …

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Suit: Police pursuing white suspect wrongly arrest black man

BOSTON– A suburban Boston police officer pursuing a white suspect pinned a 20-year-old black man to the ground as he walked home and placed a knee on the man’s neck when he had no no evidence he was involved in a crime, according to a federal civil rights lawsuit filed …

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Crary Art Gallery will open exhibitions | News, Sports, Jobs

“Scraps of Wood,” in black and white, is among Jamestown photographer George Wiedenhofer’s photographs to be included in an upcoming exhibition at Warren’s Crary Art Gallery. George Wiedenhofer, Jamestown photographer “Captured Experience” is a selection of local and Yosemite-based landscapes in large format black and white photography, including one in …

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Tilden Gardens co-op apartment offered at $2.6 million

Comment this story Comment Distinguished Homes for Sale in the DC Area Tilden Gardens Cooperative Apartment | The Co-op Apartment, in Tilden Gardens, was formerly a restaurant known as Tilden Gardens Cafe. It is listed at just under $2.6 million. (Connie Gautier) John Rupp gives all the credit to his …

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Blank Canvass: Parkersburg Art Center invites the public to vote for a juried exhibition | News, Sports, Jobs

Cat with Flowers by Beth Nash (Supplied Image) Life is but a dream by Bobby Rosenstock (Supplied image) Ride My Schoolbus by Fred Hays (Image provided) Cat with Flowers by Beth Nash (Supplied Image) PARKERSBURG – After a four-year hiatus, the Parkersburg Art Center will host …

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The home in mind of the Ukrainian twin sisters in Lake George for the summer

Two young Ukrainian women happily greet guests at a Lake George hotel this summer, even as their thoughts go out to their friends and family in their war-ravaged country. Their hometown has been bombed and much of the infrastructure destroyed, but Anna and Tanya Huzii push forward here in the …

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Portland tourism rebounds from COVID, but hiring issues may hold back full recovery

Portland’s tourism and hospitality industries are enjoying a welcome return to activity, but a full recovery to pre-pandemic levels isn’t expected until 2024 at the earliest, industry leaders said Thursday. . In the four weeks ending July 9, demand for hotel accommodations in Portland’s central business district — an area …

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North Kansas City rocked by officer deaths in traffic stop

Despite sharing a name with its larger metropolitan counterpart, North Kansas City is an independent municipality with just over 4,000 residents. It is a small community that many of its inhabitants consider peaceful. That’s why the news that a North Kansas City police officer, Daniel Vasquez, was shot while performing …

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Crown Aero Airport implements thermal breaks to keep staff safe and cool in the desert heat

The Coachella Valley continues to experience dangerous heat throughout the weekend. We were able to talk to Crown Aero airport managers and staff to see how they handle triple digit heat. One of the team members tells me how some visitors react to the heat. “A lot of them come …

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With Comic-Con just days away, workers say ‘yes’ to a possible strike at the convention hotel

Hundreds of Hilton San Diego Bayfront workers voted overwhelmingly Friday to give their union leaders the power to call a strike, paving the way for a possible walkout when Comic-Con returns next week. Now that it has the workers’ blessing, Unite Here Local 30 leaders will be able to quickly …

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The first phase of Bronx Point ends at 575 Outer Street in the South Bronx

Construction of the first phase of Bronx Point, a 22-story mixed-use building located at 575 Outer Street in the South Bronx, has been completed. Designed by S9 Architecture and developed by L+M Development Partners, Type A Projects and BronxWorks, the structure will produce 542 permanently affordable homes in three-bedroom studio …

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#MeToo Weather Cases Censorship, Deletion & Victim Denigration

On Monday, several activists wore t-shirts emblazoned with the issue “Where is Peng Shuai?” to a match at Wimbledon to publicize the Chinese tennis star. Peng has been absent from international media following her enforced disappearance, forced respawnsand forced retirement following a sexual assault allegation against former Chinese Vice Premier …

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Benitez promises government transparency | The Manila Times

Bacolod City Mayor-elect Alfredo “Albee” Benitez wants immediate reforms in his first 100 days in office. PHOTO BY EUGENE ADIONG CITY OF BACOLOD: Mayor Alfredo “Albee” Benitez has promised to restore people’s trust in his new Center of Government (NGC) which focuses on transparency and fighting corruption in government services. …

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sudden cancellations can present opportunities

STURGEON BAY, WI (WFRV) – You might be lucky enough to find last-minute accommodations this holiday weekend in Door County. Provided someone cancels. Destination Door County warns people not to drive here and expect to find something there. But, they see sudden vacancies popping up, and usually Destination Door County …

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Independence Parks and Recreation | Independence Bulletin Journal

IPRD SUMMER BALL LEAGUES… Last week of games (June 27-30) All Teams IPRD SUMMER BALL – End of Season 2022 Makeover Matches and Schedule 5:30 p.m.- Field 1- Teams 1 vs 3 6:30 p.m- Field 1 Teams 2 vs 4 5:30 p.m. – JESUP vs BENTON MATCH CANCELED AT JESUP …

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Wix is ​​relaunching its solution for

The new platform provides a complete solution for all types of accommodations to manage and grow their hotel business online NEW YORK, June 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Wix.com Ltd. (NASDAQ: WIX), a leading global SaaS platform for creating, managing and growing an online presence, today announced the relaunch of its …

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Ontario watchdog announces hearing into Thunder Bay police chief’s misconduct on day she announces she will retire

Just hours after Sylvie Hauth announced she would be retiring next year as Thunder Bay police chief, Ontario’s civilian police watchdog agency announced Thursday that it would hold a hearing into allegations of misconduct against him. Hauth was charged with three counts of misconduct under the Ontario Police Services Act: …

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WWII veteran concerned about health and safety as his living space is without air conditioning for 3 months

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – As temperatures soar above 100 degrees, a WWII veteran from Dallas worries for his health and safety. Robert Shafer, Sr. said that despite paying rent on time in his retirement community, he didn’t work on air conditioning for three months. “I think it’s shameful,” said Shafer, Sr., …

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Who carries the can when things go wrong?

A few years ago, a fellow GP in Exeter had to face an NHS disciplinary committee over an alleged case of negligence. His problem was that at the time he was on vacation in France. Even though he was out of the country, the practice was still his responsibility. Under …

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Carroll Earned Confidence in Drinking Water | Opinion

Like many of you, I attach great importance to the quality of our drinking water. I seldom think of its importance each time a tip from the tap. By nature, I don’t think much about it, unless of course nothing comes out, or worse, the water doesn’t look so good. …

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St. Marys Public Library Offers ‘Free Small Pantries’ for the Community | New

ST. MARYS — St. Marys Public Library has once again stepped up to do its part to help local people in need. The library now offers two “small, free pantries,” principal Leslie Swope said. A Little Free Food Pantry is a “participatory solution” to local needs. “Whether there’s a need …

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Diaconate Ordinations – Intermountain Catholic

Friday, June 10, 2022 + Expand Seminarians Oscar Marquina and André Sicard By Linda Peterson Intermountain Catholic On June 24, seminarians Oscar Marquina and André Sicard will be ordained to the diaconate; both men are expected to be ordained priests next year. As a young adult, Marquina pursued an education …

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A pipe bursts in the 33 Tehama building in San Francisco, leaving residents wondering when they can get home

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — Residents of a San Francisco apartment building that flooded Friday are still wondering when they will be able to return home. Water began gushing into the apartments on Friday afternoon at 33 Tehama. Residents say they were immediately told to evacuate, but many did not realize …

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Annie Mae gets help with Larry’s gas tank

“Well, Annie Mae, let’s go to the bank and try to get that loan.” “With your credit, they wouldn’t give you a bag of croutons.” I always appreciate the support of my collie. Mr. Skinflint, the bank manager, motioned for me to sit down. “Now, Mr. Fumigate, what can I …

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Le Meridien workers vote to become Teamsters Local 856

Front desk staff at Le Méridien, a Marriot property, vote to join Teamsters Local 856 On Thursday, June 2, front desk staff at the famed upscale Le Méridien hotel in San Francisco voted overwhelmingly to join Teamsters Local 856, joining a growing movement of unionized hotels in the area. of …

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Brainerd Public Library Book Club Begins

Every second Wednesday of the month at 1:00 p.m. for one hour. Brainerd Public Library invites members of the public and new members who enjoy discussing a variety of books, including literary novels, mystery novels, and non-fiction titles such as memoirs and biographies. Library staff members will have a discussion …

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Waikiki Beach Marriott offers the “Lei” of the land

Marriott Waikiki’s brand new Queensbreak area features two dedicated family pools, … [+] and for adults. Marriott Waikiki If you’re looking for a Hawaiian resort with a heavy dose of warm aloha, look no further than the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa in Honolulu. Although I’ve made over 25 …

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Shreveport council wants metal detectors and mayoral deputies

Citing a series of aggressive behavior towards city hall workers and a string of mass shootings around the country, Shreveport City Council member Tabatha Taylor spoke at Tuesday’s city council meeting about the need for an overhaul. Security at Government Plaza. Taylor was supported by her council members. They suggested …

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Three Toms River citizens honored for stopping attacks and saving a child

TOMS RIVER, NJ – Over the past few weeks, Toms River Police have commended three citizens with a civilian award for helping others in need before officers arrived. Two of those citizens helped women who were being assaulted and one rescued a child lost in the middle of the road, …

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Events | | clintonherald.com

MAY 25 • Fulton Red Hats, 12:30 p.m., Manny’s in Savanna, Illinois. After lunch, the group will proceed to the Savanna Museum and Cultural Center for a tour. • Programming for elementary school-aged children: Invertebrates, 4-5 pm at the Sawmill Museum, 2231 Grant St. in Clinton. The museum can be …

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Hopewell Culture National Historic Park Announces Summer Hours

CHILLICOTHE – Hopewell Culture National Historical Park has released daylight saving hours for this year. The Mound City Group Visitor Center will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The Park Museum, Eastern National Bookstore and Gift Shop, and Park Orientation Film will be available during opening hours. …

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2022 is the year of all-inclusive travel, and here’s why

Placeholder while loading article actions For some travelers, all-inclusive resorts conjure up images of flavorless dishes served under a heat lamp in lush, vibrant destinations where guests never leave the resort. Lower tier booze flows freely (the good stuff will cost you more), as the few excesses put a damper …

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Books, forgotten breaks: the last students of the UGL share their thoughts

James Hoeck Vanessa Blas, an engineering junior, and Selena Alena are undergraduate student assistants at the library and are one of the last people working at UGL as operations at the library wind down on Friday. Last Friday, the Undergraduate Library opened its doors for the last time. Shortly before …

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Rant & Rave: Slowing down for safety or a speed trap?

RANT at the 25 mph speed limit on Elliott Avenue West between the Magnolia Bridge and First Avenue West on Lower Queen Anne. It is a four-lane boulevard (five with the reserved bus lane) which is now photo-enforced. Sounds like a speed trap to me. RAVE to the couple who …

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Progress of exterior renovations to 111 Wall Street in Manhattan’s Financial District

Work is progressing on the $100 million renovation of 111 Wall Street, a 25-story commercial building in the Financial District. Designed by STUDIOS Architecture and developed by Wafra Capital Partners and The Nightingale Group, the project involves replacing the structure’s 1960s shell with a modern glass curtain wall and a …

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Kimpton partners with Wag! to bring dog walking services to customers nationwide

For starters, KimptonXWag! will offer 1,000 free 20-minute services (walks or self-guided tours) to guests staying at any of Kimpton’s participating properties. Additionally, Kimpton customers will have access to a free month of Wag! Premium with every stay. With Wag! Premium customers get a 10% discount on every pet service …

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Town Square Market returns Friday for summer | News

Town Square Farmer’s Market favorites like The Garden Center, Thunderbird Bakery and Oft’s Flock and Feather Farm will return for the Town Square Market, which starts Friday from 3-6pm. The market, held outdoors on the Town Square lawn, takes place every Friday. until September 23. “Green Lake is fortunate to …

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Mother’s Day: Mom and daughter bond over a pair of white boots | News

TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – In 1944, the pinnacle of fashion for a 10-year-old girl growing up in Escanaba was in the pages of the Sears and Roebuck catalog. Pretty much everything a home needed was also there and available by mail order. Garden swing sets, cast iron stoves, lounge furniture …

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Lots of fun things to do around Glenwood Springs with – or for – mom on Mother’s Day…even if you missed that brunch reservation

Exquisite design owner Dawn Ellis works on Mother’s Day flower arrangements at her shop in downtown New Castle.Chelsea Independent/Post Independent Many Glenwood Springs area mothers receive a bonus day in their honor each year on Mother’s Day. Indeed, in addition to the traditional American Mother’s Day which takes place on …

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🌱 CCTV Election Preview + Contra Costa County Fair is coming!

Happy Star Wars Day, Concord! Here’s everything you need to know to start today on an informed note, okay? These are the most important things happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: Fairly sunny and very hot. High: 86 Low: 52. Are you a local owner or trader? We …

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May 2022 Events at Fall River Heritage State Park

FALL RIVER — From talks and gallery exhibits to hands-on workshops and a swing dance, Heritage State Park has something for every member of the family this spring. Here are the featured programs for the month of May: South Coast Spring Arts Week: Exhibits and Programs Ongoing exhibitions from 9 …

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Creatively Centered: Two Ambitious Exhibits Feature Found Objects, The Unexpected | News

“Are there admission fees? How much does it cost to enter? » It’s a common question at Crooked Tree Arts Center reception, and the happy answer is that visiting our galleries is always free! Free and open access to exhibits is a cornerstone of our mission and role as an …

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Safe Rest Village in southwest Portland is set to open in May

PORLTAND, Ore. (KPTV) — After months of conversations between the City of Portland and community members in the Village of Multnomah, the first of six Safe Rest Villages will begin welcoming new residents in May. At the site location on Southwest Multnomah Boulevard and Southwest 25th Avenue, white shelters were …

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Dan Pfeiffer: Fighting the Big Lie

“Pod Save America” ​​co-host Dan Pfeiffer argues that democracy is built on a shared understanding of reality — and with the misinformation and fake news saturating America’s political right, that shared understanding is in jeopardy. Hampering America’s ability to deal rationally with threats like the COVID pandemic and climate change, …

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You won’t find your next DA the usual way

I get calls, texts, questions at meetings, and questions at almost every webinar and forum I attend: “Do you know any dental assistants looking for a job?” The answer is, I don’t know anyone. They’re just not there, so you can stop looking. Dental assisting staff have been devastated by …

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Bill to give Mississippi elected officials pay raises on governor’s desk

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — How about a $60,000 pay raise? That’s what some elected officials in Mississippi could receive under a bill currently sitting on Governor Tate Reeves’ desk. It would give elected officials across the state, including the governor, a hefty pay raise — courtesy of taxpayers. Proponents say …

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Virginia Belle Bell | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE, MI – Virginia Belle (Hamilton) Bell, 86, of Marquette, passed away on Sunday morning, April 10, 2022, at home under the loving and loving care of her family and UP Home Health and Hospice. Born December 30, 1935 in Lapeer, Michigan, the daughter of Roy Lee and Margaret Lavina …

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Knowing what it takes to succeed, a franchise veteran is optimistic about the growth potential of an industry-changing brand

Jim Fitzsimmons is the Carolinas Regional Representative for LA Bikini Sugaring versus waxing is the superior and less painful hair removal process and that means big business My past experience in franchising as well as my experience as CEO of startups has allowed me to be successful in allocating franchise …

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Freshly opened doors at Mountain Lake | Business premises

When Heidi Stone first arrived at Mountain Lake Lodge nearly a decade ago, she was standing in a resort town in survival mode. The historic stone-lined pavilion, perhaps best known as the backdrop for the hit movie Dirty Dancing, has found itself at a crossroads. The 1930s resort town was …

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Customer expectations have evolved faster than ever. Here’s how technology can help you…

For years, hoteliers have been innovating to meet the changing desires and needs of customers. But COVID-19 has changed everything. As McKinsey & Company puts it, the crisis has transformed business forever. Digital transformation efforts, for starters, accelerated in the coming years in just a few months. Technology has been …

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Making the News in Business, April 7

Posted: 2022-04-06 13:52:35 Modified: 06/04/2022 13:51:33 Northampton Chamber adds five new board members NORTHAMPTON – The Greater Northampton Chamber of Commerce welcomed five new board members at its first meeting of 2022. They include: Jennifer Aiguieres, living in Florence, is an insurance broker with Finck & Perras Insurance. She sits …

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Evergreen Denture Center, owner support Ukraine, refugees

Vadim Zalyashko recalls an act of kindness that changed his life forever. After fleeing Ukraine in 1990, then 5-year-old Zalyashko, his parents and six siblings traveled to Vancouver, where they settled into a two-bedroom apartment near Fisher’s Landing. An older man who lived across the hall used to watch the …

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Dare County News | Dare County, North Carolina

The Dare County Library is pleased to announce the return of its Children’s Bookmark Contest beginning Friday, April 1, 2022. The contest is open to children of all ages, who will have the opportunity to pick up a blank entry form from one of three Dare County Library locations and …

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These 6 practices can show you how to give the best possible start to the patient experience

YesOR ARE ALREADY AN INVISION reader, so we’re sure you’re savvy enough to know that a waiting area that looks like a DMV just isn’t going to cut it. But what type of reception setup is right for you? An authoritative command center directly across from the entrance that exudes …

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Now Hiring: Animal Rescue Receptionist, Photojournalist and Other Pittsburgh Jobs | Hire now | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge We’ve searched the web to find some of the best jobs in Pittsburgh this week. If your company is hiring, send information about your job posting for review to [email protected] Non-profit Director of development and communication. Local non-profit association Venture outside is seeking a …

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2022 Forty under 40: Douglas Huntsinger

Executive Director for Drug Prevention, Treatment and EnforcementChairman, Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse, Office of Governor Eric J. Holcomb As Senior Advisor to Governor Eric Holcomb and a member of the Governor’s Cabinet, Douglas Huntsinger oversees the coordination of the Governor’s Next Level Recovery Initiative, Indiana’s response to the …

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Dave & Buster’s plans for April 4 opening in Sioux Falls

On April 4, 2022, Sioux Falls residents who have long awaited the arrival and opening of a local Dave & Buster’s will finally be able to “eat, drink, play and watch” in the new channel. That’s when D&B will open its doors to the community, where guests can eat everything …

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