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Open Door Plans Upgrades With Funding From US Rescue Plan | Local News

MANKATO – Open Door Health Center will use US bailout funding for upgrades to free up more clinical space. Community health center leaders recently announced the plans after receiving federal funding of $ 520,260. Open Door was one of 14 health centers in Minnesota to receive an estimated $ 8.6 …

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“Paws to read” with Agnès

DELPHOS – After years of research, a new program has been brought to the Delphos public library. Paws to Read is a literacy program designed for children ages 6-10 to practice their reading skills and gain confidence in their abilities. Children read to a certified therapy dog ​​to ensure the …

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Mackinac Island tourism sets revenue record in 2021

Chris Shepler, a third-generation Shepler’s Ferry operator that transports visitors to Mackinac Island every season, struggled to describe the 2021 tourist season. “This summer has been out of control, completely crazy,” he told Free Press. “Absolutely crazy. We set records for our busiest summer in company history.” While William Henry …

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Watch Now: Madison Establishes First South East Side Homeless Camp | Local government

The 527-square-foot main building, formerly used as a drive-through counter structure near Hilldale, will feature a small office and six bathrooms, each with a toilet, sink and shower, and separate exterior entrances. Then come thirty shelters of 64 square feet. Purchased from the Pallet Shelter in Everett, Wash., The shelters …

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Metro St. Louis Area Hosts First Botox Bar in South County | Style

Photo courtesy of Metro Medspa Changing negative perceptions of plastic surgery is no easy task, but Kate Schoemehl’s mission is to show that the effects of feeling beautiful are felt much deeper than the surface of the skin, as evidenced by the first Botox bar. from the metropolitan area, Metro …

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Panel discusses staff cuts and contactless technology at HITEC

On the second day of HITEC Dallas at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, several tech-focused leaders gathered for the CIO Industry Panel to discuss the effects of the pandemic on staff, the growing adoption of technology without contact and cybersecurity. Moderated by John Burns, President, Hospitality Technology Consulting, the …

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Greg Schwem: I am your worst nightmare for avoiding gluten and counting steps | Opinion

World, I’m warning you now: if you see me, walk the other way. You’ll thank me later. Then again, I probably won’t see you. Chances are, I’m squinting on a food ingredient label or worse, using my iPhone’s magnify feature to do the job for me. You’ll see my features …

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Foodservice hiring event highlights need for restaurant workers

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Economic experts say the restaurant industry has been hit hardest during COVID.“They have experienced the biggest drop in jobs in this industrial sector and so they really had to work the hardest to bring people back and are still in difficulty”, explains the vice-president of economic development …

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September 17 – October 3: Brentwood Police Calls

The following is a sample of Brentwood Police calls over the past week reported between September 1 and September 16, which focuses on responses to the highest priority calls. Assault with deadly weapon 9/18 – performed at Dainty Ave / S Estates Dr. MALE THROWN A ROCK AT AN ELDERLY …

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Wheeling Police Department Launches Online Option To Report Petty Crimes Tuesday | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo file WHEELING – Townspeople will have the option from Tuesday to report certain crimes online. A Wheeling resident can always call the department for any reason, Deputy Chief Ken Prager said. Yet for smaller crimes with no known suspects, that resident also has the option of registering the complaint …

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