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Daily Journal Corporation announces the financial results of

LOS ANGELES, May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — During the six months ended March 31, 2022, Daily Journal Corporation (NASDAQ: DJCO) reported consolidated revenue of $22,245,000, compared to $24,390,000 a year earlier. . This decrease of $2,145,000 is primarily attributable to the decrease in (i) Journal Technologies license and maintenance fees of $2,300,000, consulting fees […]

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Putman Elementary Celebrates Writing – Wilmington News Journal

Putman Elementary held a celebration of writing on Monday. Students from kindergarten to grade three showed off their creativity and writing achievements. Student artwork was also displayed throughout the building for the enjoyment of parents. In the cafeteria, parents and students received ice cream floats from school board members Mike Williams, Kathy Gephart and Kyle […]

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AFCI – Lewiston Sun Journal

What is the AFCI “Our Cities” project? Funded by an AARP community grant, picnic tables and benches were built by Congo craftsmen and painted by Bethel area arts and music artists. They will be offered to our six member cities on June 14, Election Day, and we hope you will plan to join us in […]

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The musical draws concern and support from Randolph | News, Sports, Jobs

RANDOLPH — A musical performed in March at Randolph Central School sparked concern from some who deemed its content to be not age-appropriate and then backed others to support the performers. At the center of the case – which has now been simmering for over a month – is the musical “A Blonde’s […]

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Q&A: Darshan N. Patel, Democratic Candidate for the 2nd Congressional District

Darshan Patel NAME: Darshan N. Patel POLITICAL PARTY: Democratic OCCUPATION: Doctor TOWN OF RESIDENCE: Hobbs. Raised in Albuquerque. RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: President of the union, former high school math teacher EDUCATION: UNM Family Medicine Residency; MD-Cooper; MSEd – UPenn, BA/MA – Brown CAMPAIGN WEBSITE: patelformm.com/ 1. What is the biggest problem facing New Mexico right now […]

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Chelsea top UEFA prize money list with $126m last season

By GRAHAM DUNBAR GENEVA (AP) — Champions League winner Chelsea earned nearly 120 million euros ($126.5 million) from UEFA last season, surpassing the cash prize list for European clubs published on Wednesday. That was just ahead of beaten runners-up Manchester City, who received just over 119 million euros ($125.6 million) out of a total fund […]

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Guinevere Saint-Aubin | News, Sports, Jobs

GWINN, MI — Guinevere (Gwen) Corraine (St. Vincent) St. Aubin, 89, passed from this life to eternal life on Saturday morning, May 7, 2022. Born in Wells, Michigan, to Caroline (Cota) St. Vincent and Wilfred St. Vincent, she was the youngest of 13 children, 4 sisters and 8 brothers. Gwen was born and raised in […]

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deadCenter University could be a treat for budding filmmakers

Led by film industry professionals, students attending deadCenter University on June 9-10 will learn how to create short films, with a focus on directing, camera operations, lighting, l sound recording, style and filming procedures. (Photo illustration by Jakob Owens on Unsplash) OKLAHOMA CITY – High school students who aspire to star in movies or other […]

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Facebook sued in Kenya over moderator working conditions – The Journal

Lawyers for a man who once worked as a content moderator for Facebook have filed a lawsuit accusing the company of abusive and unsafe working conditions KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — A man who says he is “destroyed” after working as a content moderator for Facebook has filed a lawsuit accusing the company of human trafficking […]

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Former Franklin track coach pleads guilty to child seduction

Paris A former Franklin Schools employee has pleaded guilty to child seduction after a former student provided information about an inappropriate relationship from eight years ago. James “Eli” Betts, 43, of Franklin, pleaded guilty to one count of child seduction by a child care worker as a felony 5 level. He was originally charged with […]

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Joanne Marie Parks | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE, MI – Full of faith, spirituality, generosity and love – she was a true free spirit. Joanne Parks, 67, spread her wings on May 4, 2022, straight into the arms of mother nature and into all the glory of God. For many, this would be considered “Joanne Style.” Joanne was born on August 9, […]

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Sisolak finally loosens its grip on the ’emergency’ order | EDITORIAL

We haven’t reached the finish line yet, but Governor Steve Sisolak announced last week that people in Nevada will soon be no longer living under a public health emergency. The move is months late. The governor issued his emergency declaration on March 12, 2020, as the coronavirus took hold, giving him expanded powers to act […]

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In-Person APS Graduation

Albuquerque Public Schools Superintendent Scott Elder shakes hands with a graduating class of 2022. (Photo courtesy of Albuquerque Public Schools) Graduation week is like vacation time for Albuquerque Public Schools staff. This year, the best gift is to celebrate in person. After two years of graduation ceremonies limited to virtual or outdoor events by the […]

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Manus McGuire, Mareka Naito and Garry O’Briain

Renowned violinist Manus McGuire joins forces with Japanese violinist Mareka Naito and former Buttons and Bows gem Garry O’Briain to bring their music to show the passion and joy that is still possible to experience in this complex world. Manus McGuire grew up in Sligo and now resides in East Clare. His musical gift became […]

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Marketing deals spill over from NCAA to high school sports – The Journal

The ability of college athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness has begun to trickle down to high schools CLEVELAND, AP — Ian Jackson and Johnuel “Boogie” Fland are among the brightest stars in high school basketball and now have trade deals to prove it. Teenagers and friendly rivals in New York cash in […]

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Lobos lands coveted power transfer

Morris Udeze, a transfer from Wichita State, announced Sunday that he will play for the Lobos next season. (Image via Udeze social media accounts) Morris Udeze, a 6-foot-8, 245-pound forward who played four seasons at Wichita State, including starting every game the past two seasons for the Shockers, announced Sunday that he would use his […]

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Taliban divisions deepen as Afghan women defy headscarf edict

A woman wearing a burka and her children walk outside their house in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, May 8, 2022. Afghan women are furious and scared by a recent decree by the country’s Taliban leaders that reinstated the burqa and similar attire as obligatory for them in public. But some defy the strict interpretation of Islamic […]

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Bird flu could affect county fair

Chickens strut their stuff in front of the agriculture class at Franklin Community High School. Students take precautions to ensure that an outbreak of bird flu does not spread to birds. DAILY LOG FILE PHOTO The recent bird flu outbreak has reached Johnson County, and the Johnson County 4-H Fair Poultry Show is in limbo. […]

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Las Vegas has a food waste problem | REMARK

Everything revolves around buffets. People come to Las Vegas for many reasons. Some come for conventions. Some come for the magic shows, Cirque du Soleil or Celine Dion. Lots of people come to play. Some come just for the show of it all. But everyone who comes to Las Vegas knows the buffets. These legendary […]

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Private school principals slam ‘frustrating’ visa process for Ukrainian students

Private headteachers who have taken in refugee pupils at their schools have said processing visas for vulnerable students traveling to the UK has been too slow. Steve Marshall-Taylor, head of secondary school at Brighton College, said his school had made 17 offers of free places for Ukrainian refugees, 16 of whom have already arrived. An […]

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Travels with an Astrolabe | The Music Diary

A Galway Early Music Festival concert Leonie Curtin (violin, hurdy-gurdy, rebec), Ciara Taaffe (harps), Wolodymyr Smishkewych (vocals, sinfonie, percussion), Steven Player (guitars, gittern) Although we moderns appreciate belonging to an age that values ​​science and reason, we cannot claim ownership of knowledge by virtue of our age. The medieval period – sometimes pejoratively called the […]

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Las Vegas weather for Saturday, May 7, 2022

Residents and visitors of southern Nevada, northwestern Arizona and southeastern California are urged to be extra vigilant of the dangers of fire, wind and dust this weekend and the next week. Three strong wind/fire warnings were issued by the National Weather Service beginning Saturday morning and extended through late Sunday. Windy conditions are expected to […]

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Calendar of events around Jacksonville, Illinois this week

Winchester United Methodist Men’s Competition: 9 a.m., four-way stop at Scotty’s, Winchester. Prices vary. | Pork chops, hot dogs and bake sale. Home, Health and Garden Fair: 9:00 a.m., Morgan County Fairground, 110 N. Westgate Ave. Prices vary. | Seasonal essentials with over 20 local businesses. Woodlawn Farm Tours: 1-4 p.m., Woodlawn Farm, 1463 Gierke […]

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The twins receive good news: Correa’s finger is not broken but bruised

By DAVE CAMPBELL MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins avoided a scare with star shortstop Carlos Correa, whose right middle finger is not broken as initially feared from a hit by pitch in the previous game . Friday’s CT scan confirmed he had not suffered a broken bone, president of baseball operations Derek Falvey said. […]

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Willits Sanhedrin cooking class a delicious success – The Ukiah Daily Journal

Thursday lunchtime at Sanhedrin High School smells and tastes even better, thanks to the new Spring Vegetarian Cooking Cuisine class. The class is dual-enrollment, meaning students earn high school and college credits. It is taught by Mendocino College Culinary Arts Management Instructor Nicholas Petti. One morning the students prepared new potatoes in salt and vinegar, […]

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Student-designed mini-libraries installed at St. Emily School

By Journal staff | on May 06, 2022 St. Emily Principal Karen Booth and Madison and Ashley, design winners in grades 3 and 6, show off the newly installed mini-libraries at St. Emily School. Over the winter, St. Emily’s School announced that two mini-libraries would be donated to the school and installed by […]

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Discoms cannot unplug contracts

Jhe Appeals Chamber of the Andhra Pradesh High Court has intervened to stop the practice of tariff renegotiations by electricity distribution companies (discoms). In the case of Walwhan Renewable Energy Limited v State of Andhra Pradesh and Others, the high court ruled that the terms of power purchase agreements (PPAs) cannot be renegotiated or changed […]

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Photo album: Athletes from the region participate in the Special Olympics

Dixfield’s Parker Berry competes in the softball throw Thursday during the Special Olympics track and field meet at Lewiston High School. Androscoggin County schools and programs competed while local high school and college students volunteered. Berry is a member of the Opportunity Enterprises team in Auburn. Daryn Slover/Sun Diary Farwell Elementary School student Madison Turner, […]

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Unfazed Dmitry Bivol entering fight against Canelo Alvarez

If Dmitry Bivol is distracted by the lights of Las Vegas, his first mega fight and his billing against boxing’s biggest star, he certainly isn’t showing it. The 31-year-old Russian maintains a stoic demeanor. He rarely smiles or deviates from his gruff, monotonous speech. Until he returns to his hotel room. Then and only then, […]

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As diversity increases, US boards remain disproportionately white – The Journal

Following a pressure campaign from outsiders, more companies are disclosing the racial breakdowns of their boards NEW YORK (AP) — Amid pressure to make America’s boardrooms more like corporate customers and employees, advocates are finally seeing just how daunting the task will be. Boards of publicly traded American companies are much whiter and much less […]

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Las Vegas weather for Thursday, May 5, 2022

A blast furnace will be felt by Las Vegas-area residents throughout the weekend, according to the National Weather Service. Thursday’s high is expected to be near 95 with variable morning winds of 13 to 18 mph also gusting to 26 mph. May the 4cast be with you🪐⭐☄️🚀Times will increase well above average for the rest […]

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UP schools receive safety grants | News, Sports, Jobs

Governor Gretchen Whitmer LANSING — Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Tuesday that 150 awards have been presented to 57 local school districts, 14 middle school districts, 40 nonpublic schools and 39 public school academies for $10 million in state funding as part of of the Safe Schools Competitive Grant Program. These grants, […]

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Intuit to pay $141 million settlement for ‘free’ TurboTax ads

A display of TurboTax software at a Sam’s Club in Pittsburgh. (AP File Photo/Gene J. Puskar) NEW YORK (AP) — The company behind the TurboTax tax-filing program will pay $141 million to customers across the United States who have been tricked by deceptive promises of free tax-filing services, it said. the New York Attorney General […]

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Man stabbed in Las Vegas grocery store

Las Vegas police arrested a man on Monday accused of stabbing a stranger outside a Las Vegas grocery store and then committing an armed robbery in a nearby neighborhood. Jose Ramirez, 31, of Las Vegas, was incarcerated Monday at the Clark County Detention Center for attempted murder, attempted robbery, battery to commit mayhem, robbery and […]

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Lewiston council approves $53.5 million budget for fiscal year 2023

LEWISTON — City Council approved next year’s $53.5 million city budget by unanimous vote Tuesday, sending the proposed $98.8 million school budget to voters for the annual budget validation referendum May 10. Overall, the fiscal year 2023 budget will increase the property tax rate by $1.25 per $1,000 of property assessment. City Administrator Heather Hunter […]

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JHS will hold a spring concert on Friday | News, Sports, Jobs

Pictured in front are Manalis Espinosa, Madeline DeJoy, Greta Nordwall, Erika Amidon and Juliana Yanik. At the back are Meghan Mistretta, Liam Conroe, Colton Cappalino, Bradley Galeazzo and Marissa Rosado. Photo submitted Jamestown High School Concert and Symphonic Bands will perform their annual spring concert at 7 p.m. Friday in the […]

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CDC reiterates recommendation for masks on planes and trains

NEW YORK — U.S. health officials on Tuesday reiterated their recommendation that Americans wear masks on planes, trains and buses, despite a court ruling last month that overturned a nationwide mask mandate on transportation public. Americans ages 2 and older should wear a properly fitting mask on public transportation, including at airports and train stations, […]

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Minnesota West writing and art students produce creative journal ‘Unwound’ – The Globe

WORTHINGTON — Superheroes, mental illness, death, family and video games are just a few of the many insights readers can find in the 2021-2022 edition of “Unwound,” the annual review of Creative Writing and Art from Minnesota West Community & Technical College. The journal in its current form is the brainchild of Gillian Singler, an […]

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How to Build a Computer Science Curriculum With Existing Staff — THE Journal

Expert point of view How to Create a Computer Science Curriculum With Existing Staff A director of the Careers and STEM Academy explains how her district responded to a state mandate by collaborating with teachers and students Students will need IT and STEM skills throughout their education and career, regardless of the future career field […]

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Local volunteer fire companies seeking new members

With membership dwindling among volunteer fire companies across the country, local fire companies have recently held open house events to help attract new members. The Springville Volunteer Fire Company and the Colden Fire Company held their open houses on April 23, showing people the fire trucks and their equipment, hosting events for kids, and providing […]

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Physitrack Ranked #2 Among Nordic Publicly Listed Companies for Growth Effectiveness

LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / May 2, 2022 / Physitrack (STO:PTRK) Physitrack is ranked #2 among listed Nordic companies for growth efficiency, with an E40 of 112.38%, according to a new report from software firm Upsales. E40 is a KPI that balances revenue growth against profitability and has been widely recognized as a way to […]

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FreeCast adds 15 streaming channels from Fast Channels TV

SelectTV’s latest offering adds channels from multiple genres to the service. FreeCast announces a new agreement with Fast Channels TV (FASTchannels.tv), bringing 15 new channels to SelectTV. Each of these free, ad-supported (FAST) TV channels will be available to current subscribers of the SelectTV super aggregation guide. The channels span a number of different genres, […]

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Lessons learned | News, Sports, Jobs

Jay Sirianni makes a point during his Friday morning speech at the 14th Annual Fair Play Symposium at the Northwest Arena in Jamestown. Photo of PJ by Scott Kindberg Almost 12 years ago, I walked into a locker room that the Southwest football team occupied in what was then called Ralph […]

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Who should be the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Secondary Athlete of the Week?

The spring season is in full swing as golf, baseball and softball athletes are among the finalists for the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal’s Athlete of the Week. LAST WEEK: Abernathy’s Sydnei Caro and Tanner Timms voted Athletes of the Week The AJ takes weekly nominations through noon Sunday and will release its list of finalists for High […]

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Weather in Edmonton: Overcast, gusty and chance of showers

Breadcrumb Links Local News Cloudy. 30 percent chance of showers early this morning and late this afternoon. Wind becoming south 20 km/h gusting to 40 near noon. High 14. A worker does spring cleaning, pulverizing grunge accumulated over the winter at Hawrelak Park in Edmonton, April 29, 2022. Ed Kaiser/Postmedia Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia […]

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ABQ retiree loses $90,000 in SMS scam

“Yank” was a constant presence on Barbara’s cellphone in late March, staying on the line as he instructed her to withdraw money from various credit union branches and deposit the money in bitcoin machines. He claimed to be from the fraud department of Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union, of which Barbara is a member, and […]

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Patriots, Packers, Cardinals, Bears among NFL Draft losers

NFL coaches and executives don’t often show much emotion when talking about the moves other teams have made. So when Rams coach Sean McVay laughed at the Patriots’ selection of Tennessee-Chattanooga goaltender Cole Strange in the first round, it was surprising. McVay said the situation was misunderstood. He was doing a press conference with general […]