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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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