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Where to stay if you come to Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl

Visitors who come to the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl have plenty of choices for hotel stays in El Paso. Within a few miles of the Sun Bowl are several downtown El Paso hotels with spacious rooms, rooftop bars or lounges, and great restaurants to savor Mexican and Southwestern cuisine. …

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Homage to Ivan, support for the procession encouraged

Tribute to Ivan LaGrand With great sadness, the Cape Girardeau Fire Department and IAFF Local 1084 announce the passing of our friend and family member, Captain Ivan LaGrand. Ivan died Wednesday evening December 1, 2021, after a brief battle with COVID-19. Ivan has served our community since August 1996 and …

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Great-grandmother died after fall in dangerous elevator in Jacksonville seniors community

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – Three siblings say the death of their mother, who was injured in an affordable Jacksonville seniors community, could have been prevented. According to a complaint filed in Duval County, a woman died after tripping and falling into a dangerous elevator at Cathedral Towers in the city center. …

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Sick, toxic, dysfunctional; WUCF staff shake more than they seem

To the outside world, Phil hoffman said on social media that he was quitting his $ 194,662 per year job as executive director of WUCF due to family responsibilities and the pandemic. But public documents show Hoffman quit under pressure as he faced an academic investigation and a litany of …

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LEGALLY AGING: Travel Advice | Lost Coast Outpost

My goal in life is to have visited more countries than my age (currently 80 to 79 – I can die happy), so I have traveled a lot. You might know all of the following, but just in case, here are some hard-earned, sometimes painfully, tips that don’t fall under …

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Suggested tours of the Hayes House during the holidays

Experience the magical and supernatural side of Christmas with beloved Christmas stories, including “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens, on an evening tour of parts of historic Hayes House. Hayes Home Holidays: Spirits of Christmas tours are offered on December 18; December 19, December 22; and December 23. Dickens, one …

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Law Enforcement Offer Safety Tips To Help You Avoid Problems On Black Friday – LaGrange Daily News

The holiday season is officially in full swing, which means many will be spending the weekend shopping or traveling. Credit card scams and burglaries can be common during the holiday season. The Troup County Sheriff’s Office offers residents several tips to protect their finances and their homes. For those traveling …

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DRIFT’s Latest “Materialism” Sculptures Reconfigure Reality

The Amsterdam-based artist duo DERIVATIVE is known for deconstructing and remixing reality, transforming everyday objects into surprising sculptures that alter our perceived relationships with the world. DRIFT’s current exhibition at New York’s Pace Gallery features new work from their “Materialism” series, which breaks down objects into their exact individual materials …

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Inn Stay: A Glimpse into the Lives of Three Long-Time Employees at Chrysalis Inn & Spa

The longevity of a career is worth its weight in gold, and the Chrysalis Inn & Spa in Bellingham has an invaluable talent for nurturing an environment of mutual respect and camaraderie among its staff. Employees John Souza, Rebecca Ellis and Cassie Wiebe embody the strength and dedication behind what …

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I work as a hotel receptionist and these are the most annoying things clients tell me on a daily basis

A HOTEL employee reveals the boring things customers ask him for every day – and they always want something free. Janessa Richard from Canada has shown how she stays calm at her job when quests literally call for the impossible. 2 The hotel clerk was trying to keep calm Relying …

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Toast to the YWCA update

VAN WERT – The Van Wert County YWCA made the difficult decision to cancel their in-person toast at the YWCA – which was scheduled for Friday, November 19. Due to the VWHS football game as well as concerns over a new wave of Covid cases they believed it was the …

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Wild weather has mixed effect on tourism in British Columbia – BC News

Photo: DriveBC Flooding floods the Whatcom Road interchange in the Fraser Valley, blocking motorists | DriveBC Business owners in British Columbia’s tourism sector are thankful that the so-called Atmospheric River, which dumped up to 230mm of rain in parts of the province from November 13 to 15, arrived during its …

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War memorabilia on display at the Alberni Valley Museum – Port Alberni Valley News

As Canada’s veterans age, future generations are tasked with keeping the memory of those who fought for the country’s freedom. At the Alberni Valley Museum, that means taking care of the historical artifacts that were donated by veterans and their families. There are a number of objects of war in …

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YMCA partners with local pantries for food drive

QUINCY (WGEM) – Officials at Douglass Community Services in Hannibal say they have seen more people using their pantries than before. Hannibal’s YMCA is partnering with local pantries to help stock the shelves. The Y will waive the $ 75 membership fee for anyone who donates 25 canned or non-perishable …

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Philadelphia school officers no longer feel safe in schools

The coronavirus pandemic has depleted a lot of resources in many industries over the past year and a half. Companies had to lay off workers left and right because they couldn’t stay afloat financially in the beginning. Now here we are months and months later and they are struggling even …

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Man charged with murder in the shooting death of his wife at Eden Prairie hotel

A man has been charged with murder in the shooting death of his wife, who was found dead Tuesday at an extended stay hotel in Eden Prairie. Ryan Charles Rooney, 34, is being held for second degree murder and endangering children, according to a complaint. His home address was the …

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Kid Captain Bridgette Bissell Hopes Her ‘Fighting Spirit’ Will Help Lead Iowa To Victory

Bridgette Bissell, Kid Captain for Iowa’s game against Northwestern this Saturday, has autism and was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease in 2019. Holly the house rat crawled between the folds of Bridgette Bissell’s hoodie, stopping to snuggle comfortably into the crook of the teenager’s neck. The 18-year-old chuckled and stroked the …

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Who’s in the old Matz and Greiff garage? Sota Lake Properties opens a new hub in Perham

Nowadays, after a renovation project of several months, the building seems almost unrecognizable. Now painted black on the outside and completely remodeled, the Old Garage – located at 318 West Main Street – is the home and center of Properties of Lake Sota, a building management and maintenance company. Sota …

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Chicago West Loop Hotel Becomes City’s First All Street Mural Hotel | New

CHICAGO, November 2, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – The Chicago West Loop Hotel, an independent boutique concept inspired by the artistic ethos of its West Loop neighborhood, has become that of Chicago first hotel to integrate street art into every room. The dual-use property which also serves as an alternative …

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Loveland comic crowned Mrs. Colorado Senior – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Jeanne Nott, a 73-year-old Loveland resident, was crowned Mrs. Colorado Senior this month and will compete in the national pageant competition in Hershey, Penn. next September. Nott was crowned Queen at the 27th Annual Ms. Colorado Senior America Pageant on October 23 at Parker’s PACE Theater. The “Queen Joan” tribunal …

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Kimberly “Kim” Fron | Sequoyah County Hours

Kimberly Fron just celebrated her first birthday as a postal clerk for the Sallisaw and Marble City Post Office. Fron, who moved with her daughter, Emerald Rose, 2, and her husband, Kenneth, to Sallisaw from Dallas, Texas a year ago, said it was the climate that mainly brought her in. …

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Clothesline project raises awareness among survivors with t-shirt display | New

Trigger Warning: Mentions of Sexual Assault and Other Sensitive Matters “The Clothesline Project”, which is put together by the Office of Health Promotion (OHP), aims to honor and share the stories and experiences of survivors of sexual assault and abuse on the campus. The project is on display October 18-29 …

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Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Provides Flu Vaccine to TRICARE Beneficiaries

Blancfield Army Community Hospital Fort Campbell, Kentucky – Eligible TRICARE beneficiaries aged six months and older have several options to receive the seasonal flu shot this year. “Getting the flu shot is more important than ever to make sure you are protected, your family is protected, your colleagues are protected …

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Police no longer question people about reception opening hours

A CONSULTATION on the proposed changes to the opening days and hours of the counters has been modified. West Mercia Police have released a revised investigation that removes a specific proposal for new ticket office hours and days. Instead, he now wants to hear feedback on his preferred non-emergency contact …

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Honeymoon in Baghdad | Coeur d’Alene Press

The first time Heidi Radkiewicz’s convoy was attacked, she mistook the sound of gunfire for a flat tire – a common occurrence in the heat of Iraq. But next to her, the truck driver was banging on the steering wheel. She quickly understood what was going on. She and the …

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Rental housing market suffocated by pandemic and forest fires in Santa Cruz County

Approximately 48 UC Santa Cruz graduate students are staying with a college grant at the Best Western Plus All Suites Inn at 500 Ocean St. in Santa Cruz this fall. (Graycen Wheeler – Santa Cruz Local) SANTA CRUZ >> Displaced victims of the wildfires and the return to in-person college …

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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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Champaign and Urbana advise weighing license plate readers to fight gun violence | Politics

CHAMPAIGN – Automated license plate readers could be used in Champaign and Urbana by the end of the year to help police fight escalating gun violence. Champaign city council approved the lease and launch of the new technology in a study session on Tuesday, but approval of a contract will …

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9 things to do this weekend: Celebrate women in space and more | CU Boulder today

This weekend, the International Coffee Hour, a free HIIT workout, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone”, an open mic night, Recovery at the Rock Gym, student recitals and more. Friday October 8 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Koelbel Commons outdoor patioCome meet international and national students while enjoying free coffee …

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Tracking new celebrity and chef restaurants in Paris Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas is about to become the headquarters of a celebrity chef on the Las Vegas Strip. Aside from the reality TV personality and chef Gordon Ramsay, who already has Gordon Ramsay Steak at the resort, Paris brings Nobu Matshuhisa, Lisa Vanderpump and Martha Stewart into the fold in …

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Oct 7 Marshall Waterloo Art & Life Calendar | Waterloo / Marshall Courier

October 10: Marshall Fire Department Pancake BreakfastThe Marshall Fire Department will be hosting its annual pancake breakfast starting at 7 a.m. on Sunday, October 10. The menu includes pancakes, eggs, sausage, hash browns and a drink. The fire station is located at 119 Industrial Dr., Marshall. For more information, visit …

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A growth spurt driven by the pandemic

Innovative Solutions moved into its facility on East River Road at the end of 2018. Justin Copie says the COVID-19 pandemic has sped up business technology decisions by two years. For Innovative Solutions, this has translated into increased revenues and strong demand for its services. “We’ve seen some crazy things …

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Seymour Center reopens, staff and volunteers rejoice

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail After nearly two years of closure due to the pandemic, the Seymour Marine Discovery Center fully reopens its exhibits to members and the general public this month. “It has been 19 months since this place closed and this is the first time …

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SCHUMANN, ALTHEA

SCHUMANN (née Reinhardt), Althea Lola 88, loving wife and mother; retired tennis club manager and physical education teacher; contagious optimist; natural all-rounder; generous philanthropist; competitive card shark; proud mother and grandmother; and sincere disciple of Christ passed away on September 26, 2021. Beloved wife and partner of 66 years of …

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Kenny Huang Joanne XieFujian province China Ping Garden

WORCESTER – When restaurant owner Kenny Huang came to the United States over two decades ago from China, he could not speak English and worked in a Chinese restaurant in town six days a week while learning English. English in a religious school. Huang said the religious school served immigrants …

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Fidelity Charitable Exposed For Funding Hate Groups, Activists Demand Disclosure

‘Cause neutral’ – when it comes to funding charities, this is the declared philosophy from the largest philanthropic institution in the United States. Any charity, regardless of its mission, can receive grants with only superficial screening. In the case of Fidelity Charitable, $ 4.9 million was funneled to 31 hate …

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The Sartell police blotter from October 1

If you have a tip about a crime, call the Sartell Police Department at 320-251-8186 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 320-255-1301, or go to their information site at tricountycrimestoppers.org. Crime Stoppers offers rewards of up to $ 1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for …

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Healthcare workers must demand face masks that are better for the environment

Healthcare workers care for patients, not the planet. (Marcio Jose Sanchez | AP photo) In this photo from April 30, 2020, a person wearing a mask walks past a recently painted fresco with a depiction of the famous “American Gothic” painting by artist Grant Wood, but with the subjects wearing …

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Lessons from a decentralized state

In 2016, four organizations – the Michigan Community College Association, the Michigan Association of State Universities, the Michigan Independent Colleges and Universities, and the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers – joined together to form the Michigan Transfer Steering Committee with a focus on increasing the attainment of …

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Puppy Plunge returns to the YMCA – Beaufort, SC The Island News

From staff reports Well behaved dogs of all breeds and sizes are welcome at the YMCA Puppy Plunge starting October 23, 2021 – 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. – at the Y Outdoor Pool at 1801 Richmond Avenue, Port Royal. The cost is $ 10 per puppy and all proceeds …

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Students discuss first year housing experiences

Residential College, one of the freshman dorms on the Butler campus. Collegiate archive photo. GRACE WORCESTER | STAFF JOURNALIST | [email protected] After Irvington House opened in 2018, students at the Butler campus noticed a difference in living standards between the two freshman dorms. In terms of “tuition and fees” on …

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InnQuest, Frontdesk Anywhere, InnkeyPMS – Stillwater Current

A2Z Market Research announces the release of Property Management Systems (PMS) Market research report. The market is expected to grow at a sustained rate in the coming years. The 2021 Property Management System (PMS) Market Research Report presents an analysis of the market size, share and growth, trends, cost structure, …

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Legacy Health Clinic joins the Minot health scene

MINOT, ND – Healthcare has been on everyone’s minds throughout the pandemic. In this week’s Main Street Minute, Grace Kraemer took to the Legacy Clinic to find out how the new primary care provider is giving medicine its own spin. Conveniently located off 20th Avenue SW, Legacy Clinic is changing …

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Demand for an identity card has not slowed down

Yatko said about 1.1 million cards have expired across DOD and Ohio alone has around 6,000. For family members of active duty, reserve and National Guard personnel, the extension remains until October 31. For retirees and their dependents, the extension is until January 31. Staff can call the Identification Office …

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Amtrak passengers stranded in St. Paul after fatal derailment

A fatal Amtrak derailment in Montana over the weekend left passengers stranded at St. Paul Union Depot, where all westbound trains from Chicago now end until at least Tuesday or when the derailment site is cleared. Elena Gubina, 67, of North Potomac, Md., Purchased a vacation package through Amtrak taking …

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People: Katie Johnson Receives National Headache Foundation Certificate; Joe Fischer donates $ 50,000 to New York art studio; students named to the honor roll | Lifestyles

Longview resident Joe fischer recently donated $ 50,000 to Starlight Studio and Art Gallery in Buffalo, NY The studio supports adults with disabilities in their artistic development. According to a studio press release, Fischer served in the Air Force as an air traffic controller and graphic designer in the 1950s. …

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Crazy Quest For A Red Cross Quote | Chroniclers

Frustrated, I called the national 800 number of the Red Cross. I was put on hold automatically. Music played for a while, interrupted, of course, by the usual chatter “your call is very important to us…”. Truly? Finally, a woman arrived on the line. I asked for the Kearney Red …

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What is computer vision and how can it help your agency?

How computer vision algorithms work The most sophisticated computer vision algorithms are based on a kind of artificial intelligence known as a convolutional neural network. A CNN is a type of artificial neural network and is most often used to analyze visual images. What computer vision algorithms bring to the …

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The Recorder – Greenfield Notebook: September 23, 2021

Posted: 09/23/2021 16:19:47 PM Program planned on the involvement of the city in the Underground Railroad GREENFIELD – ECHO Greenfield (Explore and Create Stories Ourselves) and Joan Featherman will lead a program on Saturday on Greenfield’s involvement in the Underground Railroad and other anti-slavery activities during the 1800s. The program, …

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HB exclusivity: HotelKey partners with Lexen hotels to optimize operational efficiency

Southern California hotels Lexen Hotel North Hollywood and Lexen Newhall Hotel in Santa Clarita have partnered with HotelKey to improve property performance and reduce costs with a fully integrated Property Management System (PMS) based on the cloud of the technology company. “HotelKey has proven to be an invaluable and irreplaceable …

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McLean County job seekers weigh salary, health and career goals as unemployment benefits expire

McLean County employers say they need more workers. Many of them were counting on the end of extended unemployment benefits from the federal government to get more people back into the workforce. But job seekers at Bloomington-Normal say their reasons for returning to the workforce are now more complicated than …

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OpenKey partners with Adrift Hospitality to drive innovation in boutique hotels

OpenKey, the industry standard for the universal digital key in hotels, is delighted to announce its partnership with Adrift Hospitality, a collection of boutique coastal properties in the Pacific Northwest. With OpenKey’s commitment to transforming contactless hospitality experiences through digital key technology and Adrift’s initiatives to provide customers with contactless …

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Fall family festivities are coming to Duncan | Community

Movies, food, crafts, home decor, games and more will be coming to the Simmons Center starting September 24. The Simmons Center will host several family events to kick off the fall season starting with the annual Family Fall Fest Craft / Vendor Show and Family Movie Night. The Family Fall …

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Agenda | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Agenda is for nonprofit civic organizations only. Unless otherwise specified, the events listed are to be considered free and open to the public. Due to many entries, items may only appear for a week. Entries appear in chronological order and according to available space. The submission deadline …

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North Ridgeville reopens senior center

NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio – The North Ridgeville Senior Center, known as the Office for Older Adults, has fully reopened with activities and programs – with a new director. Emily Lockshine was hired in July. She arrives at the post with significant experience. Lockshine, of Westlake, previously worked for the Cuyahoga …

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What I learned during my first term on campus

Many of us, including myself, haven’t been on campus for most of the past school year. As the new academic year approaches, it’s understandable that many Stanford students have questions and concerns about campus life. As someone who has lived on campus for a total of ten weeks and two …

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Retrospective: September 19, 2021 | Looking back

10 YEARS AGO September 19, 2011 – When Victor Joseph walks through the future home of Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center, he sees past steel beams and concrete slabs on the dusty construction site. Joseph, the director of health for the Tanana Chiefs Conference, envisions a day when hallways meander …

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The art of sugar playing a sweet symphony for the eyes and the palate in Nara Prefecture, Japan.

Yu. Shows his artistic sugar creations, including decorated cakes and flower arrangements, in Ikoma, Nara Prefecture on August 24, 2021. (Mainichi / Takemori Horikawa) = Click / tap the photo for more images. IKOMA, Nara – “The Art of Sugar” made with sugar paste is courting popularity not as a …

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Wayne and Holmes marriages, breakups, divorces

Marriage licenses Holmes County Raymond E. Miller, 7601 Township Road 513, Shreve, Shreve, truck driver, and Jodi M. Pryor, same address, housewife. Loren D. Troyer, 5490 Township Road 260, Millersburg, carpenter / machinist, and Rosemary M. Raber, 4091 Township Road 369, Millersburg, general laborer. Grant A. Hay, 213 S. Monroe …

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The Day – Millstone offers pre-fueled tour

As the Millstone nuclear power plant braces for fuel starvation, Dominion Energy spokesman Ken Holt took two Day reporters on a three-hour visit on Thursday afternoon. It included the turbine generator building, the spent fuel storage, the Long Island Sound water intake and outlet, and other parts of the vast …

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Panacea & Friends meeting: Bridget Seaman’s memory honored by a food drive,

The annual Labor Day Weekend Concert at Dickinson Memorial Park is known to bring people together for a good time. Despite pouring rain this year, the annual event continued this tradition with the Panacea & Friends reunion show. This year’s event also paid tribute to one of its biggest supporters, …

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Registration for the 2022 Medical Spa Show is open to members only on September 16

Registration for the Medical Spa Show 2022, presented by the American Med Spa Association (AmSpa), opens to AmSpa members today, with general early registration opening on October 6. The Medical Spa Show is the premier trade show for medical spas and invasive medical aesthetics, and will take place Jan. 28-30, …

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Eufaula Carnegie Library to Offer Online Banking Programs | New

The Eufaula Carnegie Library is set up to host “Ready, Set, Bank: Digital Basics,” a four-part series of programs designed to give anyone the tools and confidence to start banking online. The program is offered through Community Connect, an initiative of the American Library Association (ALA) and Capital One that …

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Letters to the Editor – September 16, 2021

Closing personal accounts The Central Bank of Malta circulated a letter, dated August 10, 2021, among a category of personal account holders on their books, asking them to close their accounts by December 31, 2021. It cited the need to mitigate the risks associated with the proposed personal accounts. in …

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Senior file for September 12 | Where is

WHERE IS Westerly Senior Center is located at 39 State St., Westerly. The opening hours of the center are Monday. to Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Staff will be available Monday through Friday at 401-596-2404. Messages can be left on Lucy’s voicemail otherwise. The on-site dining option for meal …

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A Guide on How to Get a COVID-19 Test in Garfield County | New

Find out what COVID-19 tests are available and how the testing process works at multiple locations in Enid and Garfield counties. Garfield County Department of Health 8 am-5pm Monday to Friday 2501 Mercer Drive What COVID tests are available? PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test, which takes 2-3 days for results. …

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“What We Do in the Shadows” revel in the recklessness of vampires who fail to the top

Feckless is a word that became popular in 2018, when we were trapped in the dark heart of the previous administration. It’s a simple word that could apply to anyone in the inner circle of the occupant of the 45th Oval Office, as it can mean weak and inefficient, or …

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Jobs in Central Georgia (September 1)

Here are the vacancies featured this week provided by the Georgia Ministry of Labor. MACON, Georgia – Here are the job postings presented this week by the Georgia Department of Labor through the Employ Georgia system. Job title: Maintenance Mechanic III (3rd shift) Req ID: 6801031841 Requirements: HS / GED …

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Senior file for August 29 | Where is

WHERE IS Westerly Senior Center is located at 39 State St., Westerly. The opening hours of the center are Monday. to Fri, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Staff will be available Monday through Friday at 401-596-2404. Messages can be left on Lucy’s voicemail otherwise. The on-site dining option for meal …

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Resources and hours during Syracuse Welcome

Campus and community Members of the Goon Squad during Syracuse Welcome 2021 Syracuse Welcome, the University’s new student orientation program for new undergraduates, has officially started. After moving into on-campus accommodation, new students will participate in a full schedule of social, academic and parent / family activities and programs. See …

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94 Sarasota Sheriff’s Office workers showing symptoms of COVID, 60 tests positive

SARASOTA, Fla. (WFLA) – The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office says it is seeing an influx of employees testing positive for COVID-19. According to a spokesperson, the sheriff’s office currently has 94 unemployed employees with symptoms related to COVID. Sixty of those employees have tested positive for COVID-19. The sheriff’s office …

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Police and State Police assist guests at the Bedford Hotel murder scene

BEDFORD, NH – Law enforcement officers from Bedford Police, Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Department and New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit continued to process a scene crime scene of double murder at the Country Inn & Suites in Bedford on Sunday. The New Hampshire attorney general’s office said Bedford Police …

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Natural Connections: the disappearance of a monarch | To free

“Have you seen the newest monarch chrysalis?” My colleague Mollie asked, poking her head through the door to my office. My eyes lit up. While I counted 32 monarch butterfly caterpillars outside the Museum’s entrance doors earlier this summer, we only discovered three pupae, the next stage in their life …

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Annual Children’s Fishing Competition at Ruidoso at Grindstone Lake

Child anglers from Ruidoso and the surrounding area can meet at Grindstone Lake on Saturday for an annual competition to win money. The annual Ruidoso Youth Fishing Day will be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the lake for children 12 and under. The event is free and …

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COVID-19 outbreak reported to Malibu City Hall | New

The city of Malibu announced Friday, August 6, that “several” staff working at city hall have contracted COVID-19 and are isolating themselves at home. Spokespersons for the city of Malibu were unable to provide the exact number of staff who tested positive, citing privacy concerns. “It’s a small number,” said …

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Forgot how to navigate the airport like a pro? Road warriors become recruit

For more than five years, Jessica Ridlen has treated business travel as a ritual. The biotech manager kept a handbag close at hand, regularly stocked her mini stash of toiletries, and had two sets of each charging cord. The pandemic has put an end to its routine. Rebooting again turns …

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On the shades of gray around carbon offsets … and find their true value

Ask those in the know if carbon offsets reduce global emissions and benefit the planet, or just companies that pay to green their bad behavior, and the answer will most likely be – “yes”. The shades of gray surrounding carbon offsets largely boil down to two things. Whether companies are …

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4 out of 5 hotels in Texas are owned by Asian Americans, new study finds

Asian American-owned hotels account for 89% of all hotel properties in Texas, or nearly half a million hotel rooms, according to a new report from Oxford Economics and the Asian American Hotel Owners Association. The study found that 60% of all American hotels are owned by Asian Americans and generate …

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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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Franklin Universal Trust – Consensus Says Downside Potential of -60.2%

Franklin Universal Trust with ticker code (FSV) now have 3 analysts covering the stock with consensus suggesting a “Hold” rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 75 and 65 by calculating the average target price that we see 69.67. Given that the …

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Thank you for giving kindness and grace to our hospitality industry | Editorials

We continue to move in the right direction after the worst year in hospitality industry history. We find ourselves in a travel boom with people eager to get out and relive their lives. Meetings, conventions, vacations and sports tournaments are coming back. The occupancy rate of our hotels in Daviess …

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The dreary 1960s tower at 135 West 50th Street gets a new lease of life – Commercial Observer

When George Comfort & Sons decided to remodel the drab 1960s office building at 135 West 50th Street, the business owner asked Gensler to renovate the dark facade and lobby of the 25-story tower. The Emery Roth & Sons designed building between Seventh Avenue and Avenue des Amériques now sports …

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People will miss the retired doctor the most

July 19 — Dr. Hugh Sabahi knows exactly what he will miss the most. “People,” he said. Sabahi has come across many people during his 25 years as a radiologist at Columbia Memorial Hospital. He said he was grateful to the diligent technologists he has worked with, as well as …

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Everyday People: People Will Miss Retiring Doctors Most | Local News

Dr Hugh Sabahi knows exactly what he will miss the most. “People,” he said. Sabahi has come across many people during his 25 years as a radiologist at Columbia Memorial Hospital. He said he was grateful to the diligent technologists he has worked with, as well as front desk and …

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EDITORIAL: The spirit of volunteerism alive and well at Enid | Ag / Energy

Thumbs up Well done to Rob Holtzinger, who was named Garfield County Child Advocacy Council CASA of the Year 2020. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate, a volunteer appointed by a family court judge to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. Holtzinger has been CASA …

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DVIDS – News – Electronic patient kiosks modernized in European MTFs

SEMBACH, Germany – In an effort to speed up the flow of patients, standardize one-on-one consultations and reduce patient wait times, military medical treatment centers in Europe are upgrading software on old kiosks for patients and install new kiosks in waiting rooms of clinics and theater pharmacies. The initial deployment …

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Community collection

Charity auction Northwest Arkansas Second Stage Transition will be hosting an online auction starting at 6 a.m. on Thursday, July 15 and ending at 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 18. The auction is being organized to help raise funds for the second stage. Anyone wishing to donate items can call …

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They do everything in Alexandria

Volunteers transport pets from cars to the AWLA shelter at a car vaccination clinic. Photo courtesy of AWLA How the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) manages to show dozens of dogs and cats to potential adopters, create special animal treats, answer phones, deal with mountains of laundry and so …

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We visit the renovation of the Groucho Club of Transit Studio

The Groucho Club in London gets a makeover Transit Studio is leading the makeover of the Groucho Club in London – its series of new, refurbished rooms are part of the Soho legend’s ongoing modernization plans The Groucho Club is one of London’s most iconic membership clubs; but established and …

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Dayton Woman Arrested For Leaving Children In Hot Car While Playing | News from Carson City, Nevada

A 37-year-old Dayton woman has been arrested at an E. William Street casino on three counts of child neglect and endangerment. According to the report, a patrol assistant from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office was called in for a child protection check at a local hotel and casino. An off-duty …

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