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Pastrnak return boosts Bruins – Lewiston Sun Journal

Boston’s Taylor Hall, center, celebrates his goal with David Pastrnak, right, and Erik Haula in the Bruins’ 3-1 win over the New York Rangers on Saturday. Michael Dwyer/Associated Press BOSTON — David Pastrnak scored his 39th team-leading goal after missing the previous eight games with an undisclosed injury, helping the Boston Bruins beat the New […]

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TOP CLICK: The week that was in viral stories

Breadcrumb Links World Celebrity Publication date : April 23, 2022 • 31 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation In this screen grab from a video posted by BlogTO, a woman is pushed onto the subway tracks at Bloor-Yonge station on Sunday, April 17, 2022. The victim survived. Content of the article […]

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The education establishment’s war on top performers | EDITORIAL

The educational institution continues to act as if minority students are not capable of high performance. Unfortunately, this sweet bigotry of low expectations leads to potentially disastrous political decisions. Patrick Henry High School in San Diego recently announced that it was cutting many advanced courses, including English, history and biology. Premiere Michelle Irwin wrote that […]

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JONES: Remembering Guy Lafleur, the definition of class

Breadcrumb Links Hockey Wrapped in this somewhere for me defines the greatness of The Flower, the big guy and the great hockey player the world lost to cancer on Friday Hockey gloves with the number 10 inscribed on them lay in front of the statue of Montreal Canadiens legend Guy Lafleur, who died at the […]

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Local COVID hospitalizations increase slightly

Content of the article On Friday, the Brant Community Health System reported 30 hospitalized COVID-19 patients, including two in intensive care. Content of the article As of Wednesday, there were 28 hospitalized COVID patients, including one in intensive care. Of the patients admitted to hospital, 136 were unvaccinated for a rate of 661.99 per 100,000 […]

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Imprint-Government – Albuquerque Journal

STATE OF NEW MEXICOBEFORE THE MUNICIPAL LIMITATION COMMISSION IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION FORANNEXATION OF UNINCORPORATED PERSONSTERRITORY IN THE COUNTY OF No. 2022-01 SANDOVAL, NEW MEXICO STATE,IN THE VILLAGE OF CUBA, STATE OFNEW MEXICO. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SESSION OF SCHEDULE PETITION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to NMSA 1978, § 3-7-14(B) (1965), the […]

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I’m getting too old for rebuilds

By Ron PeschLocalSportsJournal.com My latest eBay acquisition is Jane Leavy’s biography, “The Big Fella” – a most fitting book to read as we finally head into Major League Baseball’s Opening Day. The subject of the book, of course, is George Herman ‘Babe’ Ruth. Curiously, at least for me, the title of the book corresponds to […]

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Olivia Technologies is listed on THE OCMX™

PALO ALTO, Calif., April 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Olivia Technologies is listed on The OCMX™ Olivia Technologies is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company that creates digital parity while fostering accelerated learning for all students. The OCMX™ is pleased to announce the listing of Olivia Technologies on its online portal which offers financial networks the opportunity to […]

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Mission Creep Infects Taxpayers’ Import-Export Bank | EDITORIAL

Ronald Reagan once joked, “No government voluntarily shrinks. Government programs, once started, never go away. In fact, a government office is the closest thing to eternal life we ​​will ever see on this earth. A corollary to the observation of the former president could be that the mission of a bureaucracy is constantly evolving. Take […]

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Seven suspects investigated in stabbing death of McNally student

Breadcrumb Links Crime Police are investigating seven suspects after the murder of 16-year-old Karanveer Sahota, the Edmonton police chief said Thursday Publication date : April 21, 2022 • 37 minutes ago • 2 minute read • Join the conversation A memorial has grown near McNally High School in Edmonton after student Karanveer Sahota, 16, died […]

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Traders Union Analysts releases 2022 list of scam brokers

LONDON – April 21, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Before a person starts trading Forex, it is important to find a reliable broker. Some companies engage in fraudulent activity and it is important that people know about it. Traders Union analysts have prepared an updated list of scam brokers 2022. These organizations engage in illegal activities, scam […]

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OncXerna Therapeutics Announces Journal of Clinical

Overall Response Rate (ORR) of 43% and Median Duration of Response of 6 Months Observed with Navicixizumab and Paclitaxel in Patients With Heavily Pretreated Platinum-Resistant Ovarian Cancer Xerna™ TME Panel shows better response in biomarker positive patients (62%) compared to biomarker negative patients (25%) Results Support Co-Development of Navicixizumab and Xerna TME Panel in Ovarian […]

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Marquette Yarn | JOURNAL: Changing angles for new perspectives

Many people may know that feeling: sitting in a theater with a bucket of popcorn in hand, accompanied by a small group of your closest friends who were excited to take the trip with you to the cinema the closest. After waiting what seems like an eternity, it’s time. The lights go out, the screen […]

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Rebranded indoctrination continues in schools | News, Sports, Jobs

For the editor: Sometimes when a new treatment for a physical problem is being tested, a request is made for those who might want to be part of a study. It is considered unethical to do so without permission because the full consequences for a person’s health are not known. The need for […]

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In your city on April 21, 2022 – Marin Independent Journal

NOVATO North Marin appointsnew general manager The North Marin Water District has appointed Novato’s Tony Williams as its new general manager. Williams, who currently serves as the district’s assistant general manager, will replace Drew McIntyre, who has led the district since 2017. McIntyre will retire on May 3. The District Board of Directors voted unanimously […]

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SAD 17, OHTS unveil proposed budgets for 2022-23

Oxford Hills School District Chief Financial Officer Carrie Colley answers questions about SAD 17’s proposed 2022-2033 budget during a forum at Oxford Hills Elementary School last Thursday. Nicole Carter / Democrat announcer OXFORD — Trustees of Maine School Administrative District 17 have proposed a budget of $47,557,984 for next year, an increase of about $3.7 […]

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BHRUT’s Matthew Trainer featured by Health Service Journal

Published: 3:00 p.m. April 20, 2022 The chief executive of Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust (BHRUT) has been named one of the best in the job by a leading health journal. Matthew Trainer, who took over the trust that runs Queen’s and King George hospitals in August 2021, was featured in the […]

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Historic Donation – The Vermont Journal & The Shopper

Lucille with Marjorie Eleanor Carlton. Photo courtesy of Ron Patch Recently, the Chester Historical Society received a wonderful gift of historical artifacts from a lady in Halifax, Nova Scotia. A former Chester resident, last living in Nova Scotia, has requested that her first family records be returned to the Chester Historical Society. It’s an interesting […]

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Cal Thomas: Elon Musk and freedom of expression

Cal Thomas Americans who subscribe to “traditional values” have had to put up with a lot of leftists in the name of the First Amendment. From TV vulgarities (self-proclaimed First Amendment advocates have said things like “If you don’t like it, change channels”), to sex scenes in movies (“If you don’t like it, don’t don’t […]

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Paul Gair – TLT – London – International A-List 2022

Bank and finance; dispute settlement Paul is a London-based partner in TLT’s banking and financial services litigation team and co-head of TLT’s Indian group. He has particular experience in litigation involving a range of complex financial products, trade finance, fraud and insolvency issues, often involving multiple jurisdictions, as well as contentious regulatory issues such as […]

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SLJ Palooza Picture Book | School library journal

Join us July 14th for our second edition SLJ Palooza Picture Book, a free, all-day virtual celebration of authors and artists dedicated to visual dance and the extraordinary craft of picture books! Come and spend a day filled with speeches, author panels and illustrator spotlights with visionary creators. Visit the showroom, chat with authors and […]

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Man charged in Las Vegas for stabbing near UNLV

A man charged with murder has admitted stabbing a man near UNLV and said the victim “deserved it”, according to a Metropolitan Police Department arrest report released on Monday. Emmanuel Beccles, 31, told a security guard who detained him after Thursday’s attack that Jeff Durroh “upset me on the bus”, police said. Beccles is being […]

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Cops Across the Country Are Eagerly Waiting for the “Crypto Pension”

BLAZAR Token, dubbed the crypto-repo, is generating a lot of excitement among police offers across the United States BLAZARthe native token of the Moonfuel Protocol has law enforcement officers across the country eagerly awaiting the first day of trading this week. However, they weren’t the only ones lining up for some of the action. Typically, […]

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LPGA Las Vegas event gets first commitments

Defending champion Ally Ewing, 2022 season points leader Danielle Kang and reigning British Open champion Anna Nordqvist are the first players to sign up for next month’s Bank of Hope LPGA Match Play. The three are the first of 64 players who will be announced in the coming weeks for the tournament, scheduled for May […]

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Husted Tours Hynes Industries Says “Everyone Wins” with TechCred Business Journal Daily

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – More than 40% of Hynes Industries workers have received additional training through the state TechCred programimproving the skills of the company’s workforce and saving them money. And the custom metal fabricator is ready to ask for more in the next round of funding. “It allowed us to bring people in in a […]

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Forest Service and Tribe Pursue Agreement | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the Bay Mills Indian Community Fire Crew tend to a pile of burning debris during prescribed fire operations in the Hiawatha National Forest this month. Hiawatha National Forest and BMIC fire crews kick off a new season of partnership. (Photo courtesy of Patty Carrick, US Forest Service) By journal […]

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Teachers support departure of Marin superintendent – ​​Marin Independent Journal

A majority of members of the Sausalito Marin City School District Teachers’ Union say they support a petition calling for the resignation of Itoco Garcia, the district superintendent. The teachers, members of the Sausalito District Teachers Association, are supporting the online petition because of “serious concerns about the district’s financial mismanagement,” according to a statement […]

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Grade II listed Tyldesley flats will be turned into flats

A HISTORIC site is set to make way for a 42-home development despite concerns over Tyldesley’s heritage. The Grade II-listed Garrett Hall farmhouse will be turned into flats, but its surrounding farm buildings will be demolished in the process – which an opponent and councilors disputed. The application by Redrow Homes Lancashire and Peel L&P […]

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Storms will bring more late season rain to Marin – Marin Independent Journal

Storms are expected to blanket Marin in rain which could impact commuter traffic throughout the week. The first storm system is expected to bring no more than a quarter inch of rain to low-lying Marin from Monday evening through Tuesday, National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Mehle said. Mount Tamalpais can see up to half an […]

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Redwood ace Leonard masterful in victory – Marin Independent Journal

Soft ball Sadie Leonard struck out 13 in a three-hitter game as Redwood outlasted San Marino, 12-2, in five innings Monday. Kaela Sparler was 2 for 4, with a brace, five RBIs and a run scored for the Giants. Lily Elizondo, Maddie Sofnas, Ashley Weingart, Addy Dunn and Katie Connors each had two hits for […]

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Athenians place second in 37th Athenian Invitational

Codey Emerson | [email protected] The Athenian Baseball Invitational always hosts a competitive field and Saturday was no different. The host Athenians brought their perfect 7-0 record and No.5 Class 3A finish in what was officially their home opener of the season. Griffith, Norwell and Franklin completed the four-team group and CHS would face the Grizzlies […]

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Neighborhood Distractions – The Ukiah Daily Journal

In 2014, the TSA was hampered by two incidents within months of each other when its agents (at least initially) refused to accept driver’s licenses offered by residents of the District of Columbia so they could ride to on board planes. According to reports (which exist in part because one of those briefly denied boarding […]

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Students make video to prove their high school needs repairs – The Journal

The short documentary video opens with a high school student explaining how human waste rises from the ground and floods an area where he and his friends are having lunch WOODSTOCK, Ga. (AP) — The short documentary video opens with a high school student explaining how human waste rises from the ground and floods an […]

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Teenager killed by bombing mourns deeply – The Journal

The mother and grandmother of a 15-year-old boy cried over the teenager’s body in the partially-blocked Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, where Russian shelling has increased in recent days KHARKIV, Ukraine (AP) — The mother and grandmother of a 15-year-old Ukrainian boy couldn’t hold back their tears. Their anguish filled the cramped hallway as they knelt […]

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Prayer and worship lift unaccompanied migrant teens into shelters

Bob Guerra, a Catholic deacon, holds a crucifix he got to commemorate Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S.-Mexico border at his home in El Paso, Texas, Sunday, April 3, 2022. Guerra picks up the crucifix from the alongside other liturgical items to help clergy celebrate Mass for hundreds of teenagers detained at a shelter on […]

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The personal diary of the painter Thomas Cole published for the first time

The personal diary written by Thomas Cole, a prominent painter and influential figure in American cultural history, has been made available to the public for the first time. The Thomas Cole National Historic Site announced Thursday that it has transcribed and published the diary of the artist who lived and worked in Catskill and founded […]

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Playoff time: 10 things to know about the NBA playoffs

By TIM REYNOLDS Zach LaVine has an Olympic gold medal. What he doesn’t have is NBA playoff experience. Finally, this part is about to change. No active NBA player has appeared in more regular season games without making a playoff debut than LaVine, who played 478 games for the Chicago Bulls. He is expected to […]

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Travelin’ Panthers on tour in Italy and Greece | Education

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Soy Decisions and Best Practices

You’ve all heard the saying, “April showers bring May flowers.” Well, it looks like the April showers will also bring some anxiety to local farmers. The forecast may not look good for getting a lot of field work done, but it’s not nearly as bad as the spring blizzard in North Dakota and Montana. They […]

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East Africa pipeline faces headwinds

Ugandan Fridays for Future activist Hilda Nakabuye speaks during the opening of the Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue at the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin on March 29. (Michael Kentendre/dpa via AP, file) MOMBASA, Kenya – Climate activists – including influential campaigners Vanessa Nakate and Hilda Nakabuye – are urging more banks and insurers not to […]

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IMHO Reviews New Artist List Subscription Plan For Content Creators

Aventura, Florida – Artist, one of the greatest royalty free music platforms, recently introduced a new subscription plan. In the latest article, IMHO Reviews explains how it works and talks about other Artlist updates and new features. Artlist recently changed its pricing, making the service even more affordable for its users. Currently, they offer three […]

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Selma City Schools discusses planned and completed facility projects – The Selma Times‑Journal

At a meeting Monday, the Selma City Schools Board of Education received updates from Superintendent Dr. Avis Williams and Operations Manager Joe Peterson Jr. on several planned facility projects and several completed projects. Williams said several projects on the horizon include roof repairs for the cafeteria, annex and main building at RB Hudson Middle School, […]

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Snapshots in Time – Rangeley Lakes May, 1896

The following short articles appeared in the May 14, 1896 edition of the RANGELEY LAKES newspaper. This edition was “crammed full” (a Maine-ism meaning nasty stuffed) with “all the news that was good to print” from our area. The early bird fisherman had arrived and preparations were in full swing for the next tourist season. […]

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Bertrand Chaffee Hospital announces orthopedic program, new providers

By [email protected] | on April 14, 2022 Springville Journal Staff SPRINGVILLE – Bertrand Chaffee Hospital is pleased to announce the introduction of the Orthopedic Surgery Center at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital starting May 2. Dr. Paul Mason, MD Dr. Paul Mason, MD, will provide orthopedic services to Springville and surrounding communities. Dr. Mason completed […]

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Opening of the Book Arts Fair at the SF Library on May 6

Maternal Mitochondria, the cross-generational art duo of Miriam Sagan and Isabel Winson-Sagan, will present a new book art exhibit, “Lending Library of the Invisible,” at the Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive, Santa Fe. The show opens the May 6 and ends May 31. The exhibition features collaborative books that the mother-daughter team created during the […]

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Buyers locked in by fewer homes, high prices, rising rates

Wendy Kaufman stands in the entrance to her crowded garage with her daughter Jaedyn, 19, and son Julian, 14, Tuesday, April 12, 2022, in Doral, Florida. The Kaufmans left Germany and couldn’t find a big enough house they could afford. (AP Photo/Marta Lavandier) LOS ANGELES — Shortly after moving to South Florida for a new […]

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For disaster-stricken churches, Easter brings promise of hope

The Easter message of renewal will be particularly poignant this year for four American congregations bouncing back from disasters. Their churches were destroyed by a tornado in Kentucky, ravaged by fire in New York, shattered when Hurricane Ida hit the coast of Louisiana, and filled with smoke and ash from the world’s most destructive wildfire. […]

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Lawmakers override vetoes, including education and transgender sports bills – The Interior Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. (KT) – Governor Andy Beshear vetoed some two dozen bills passed by the General Assembly in the last two days before their 10-day veto suspension, and when lawmakers are returned on Wednesday, they began voting to strike down the bills, one by one. Both chambers must approve the waiver, starting with the chamber […]

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Upstate Beat: Zac Brown Band arrives at Bon Secours

Zac Brown Band is ready – ready to play number one, multi-platinum, Grammy-winning country hits like “Chicken Fried”, Highway 20 Ride” and “Colder Weather”, ready to release new songs from their new album “The Comeback, and ready to release a few surprise covers, just for fun. In other words, they’re ready to hit the road […]

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Juul to pay $22.5 million to settle Washington vaping lawsuit

Juul products are displayed in a smoking room in New York in 2018. (AP file photo/Seth Wenig) OLYMPIA, Wash. — E-cigarette giant Juul Labs will pay Washington state $22.5 million and has agreed to a variety of reforms to prevent the use and sale of minors under a settlement announced Wednesday by state Attorney General […]

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Reese’s fleece gives a unique look to Maine skiers

The fastest team chose the slowest creature. Snails. Reese Furneaux wouldn’t want it any other way. She wanted the eggs. Furneaux of Bethel contracted to make fleece headbands for 96 members of Maine’s Eastern High School and U16 Championship Ski Teams. The two teams faced off over two weekends in March against teams from Vermont, […]

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Lincoln Circuit Clerk’s Office to host organ donation event – Reuters

STANFORD — One organ donor can save eight lives — that’s the message the Lincoln County Clerk’s Office hopes to spread at its Donate Life event on April 18. At 10:08 a.m. on the steps of the Lincoln County Courthouse, a moment of silence will be observed for one minute to acknowledge the more than […]

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Ramirez hits Grand Slam, Guardians spoil Reds’ home opener – Morning Journal

By Jeff Wallner The Associated Press CINCINNATI — José Ramírez hit a Grand Slam and drove in six runs, remarkable rookie Steven Kwan reached base three more times and the Guardians spoiled Cincinnati’s home opener by beating the Reds, 10-5 . Kwan has now hit base at least three times in the five games of […]

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Verona fires officer after second DUI [Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo] – InsuranceNewsNet

April 13 — VERONA — A Verona A police officer has been fired after being charged with drunk driving for the second time. The College of Aldermen of Verona elected fireman jonathan boyd at a special meeting convened on Tuesday evening. Verona Police Chief Marsenio Nunn called the meeting and recommended firing Boyd after serving […]

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The school administration closes the THS game

The show did not continue for drama students at Turlock High School after the school administration shut down the spring show following complaints filed after the first performance regarding the musical’s mature content. Turlock High School has canceled the remaining performances of the spring show “Be More Chill” after its first performance on Thursday due […]

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Clarkton School of Discovery names honor students

The Clarkton School of Discovery has released its latest honor rolls. Superintendent’s List — Eighth year: Danyelle Cotton, Christopher Cromartie, Abigail Darling, Dajour Davis, Jackson Smith. — Seventh year: Vanessa Gonzalez – Flores, Tyliah Freeman, Mallory McDuffie, Liberty Osborne. — Sixth year: Madelyn Hall, Jason Jiang, Noah White. — Fifth year: Alyana Roberson. A […]

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KROST recognized by the Los Angeles Business Journal as one of the best accounting firms for 2022

PASADENA, Calif., April 12, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — KROST has been recognized as one of Los Angeles Business Journals’ Top 100 Accounting Firms in Los Angeles County, with 78% revenue growth between 2020 and 2019, the firm is ranked 22nd on the list. KROST received this recognition at the Los Angeles Business Journal’s virtual Disruptor […]

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Area Police Reports | News, Sports, Jobs

LAKEWOOD-BUSTI POLICE DEPARTMENT ¯ Brigette D. Houston, 50, of Jamestown, has been charged with trespassing. Officers responded at 8:09 p.m. Saturday to Walmart for a reported intrusion. It was learned that Houston allegedly entered the store and refused to leave on several occasions. Houston had previously been the victim of a store intrusion. […]

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2022 Girls’ Athletics Zone Watch List – Morning Journal

Athletes to watch (in alphabetical order) Ella Baker, Jr., Amherst: Last year, the junior placed fifth in the 400m at the Division I district meet to narrowly miss out on a spot in the regional meet. She made a huge leap in the 400 this past indoor season, placing fourth in the state. Samantha Coleman, […]

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Speck announces new ImpactHero phone cases for Android |

Now available for Samsung Galaxy A53, A13 and more SAN MATEO, Calif., April 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Speck productsthe innovation leader in mobile phone protection, announced ImpactHero™, a new range of cases for Android smartphones. These cases have been designed for people who want a slim, pocket-friendly case while still providing excellent protection for […]

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ME Elementary Goes WILD – Ohio Ag Net

Miami East-MVCTC FFA Chapter students rotated roles for a day when they became teachers at Miami East Elementary School on Friday, April 8. 21 sophomores enrolled in plant and animal science were trained on Project WILD earlier in April and then prepared 20-minute lessons to educate kindergarten and first-grade classes about wildlife and wildlife habitats. […]

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Legal news in brief – February 2022

TOSHIBA SELLS ENERGY ARM Simmons & Simmons advised Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation, in connection with the sale of the entire stake of Toshiba Transmission & Distribution Europe (TTDE) to a private equity holding company Munich-listed Mutares SE & Co The transaction involved more than 10 jurisdictions […]

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Early Season Manure Spreading – Ohio Ag Net

By Glen Arnold, CCAOhio State University Extension Last fall was not conducive to spreading manure on agricultural fields. For example, many producers are interested in spring spreading to capture nitrogen from manure to reduce the need for purchased nitrogen. Manure applications to crops make the best use of the nitrogen content of manure for crop […]

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Musselman’s Nauman Named April’s A Caring Educator Award Recipient | Journal-news

Musselman’s principal, Alicia Riggleman, said the Appleman family couldn’t be more grateful to have school graduate Rachel Nauman return to lead the coffee class at the school. Immediately adopting the position that grew the program, Nauman opened many avenues for herself and for the students. Nauman was recognized at Monday night’s Berkeley County School Board […]

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3 Journal Prompts That Motivated Me to Save More Money

“Finance for the People” is one of the only personal finance books that actually deals with economic injustice. Three journal prompts in the book helped me change my relationship with money. Most important is a list of things I can do to calm myself down before making big decisions. Read more stories from Personal Finance […]

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Biden moves to thwart new charter schools | EDITORIAL

Joe Biden promised during the presidential campaign to be an accomplice of the teachers’ unions. His latest attack on charter schools is another example of how he is fulfilling that vow. The charter school concept is a success story in American education. Charters are public schools run by outside groups. Operators generally have more freedom […]

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Novato Pitchers Shut Hayward – Marin Independent Journal

Baseball Jacob Rabb and Dari Liuzzu combined for the shutout as Novato beat non-league foe Hayward 5-0 on Saturday. Rabb got the start for the Hornets and went six innings to limit Hayward to just two hits as he struck out six batters. Liuzzi took the mound in the seventh, as he knocked out Jeremiah […]

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Jacob & Drinkwater | The music diary

South West-based duo Jacob & Drinkwater have been called ‘standout new folk’ by BBC6 Music, with their live show described as ‘intense and haunting’ by Folk Radio UK. The duo formed in 2014, playing their first gig together at the famous Glastonbury Festival. The dynamic and emotionally charged performance of the duo with all its […]

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Beware the start of tick season – River Journal Online – News for Tarrytown, Sleepy Hollow, Irvington, Ossining, Briarcliff Manor, Croton-on-Hudson, Cortlandt and Peekskill

Due to the recent cold winter, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) predicts that this summer will be particularly brutal with tick infestations. It’s important that we all do our part to help protect our families and pets from tick-borne diseases. Happy Spring River reporters! Today I would like to share some […]

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Briarcliff seventh grade students create designs using live bacteria

Usually, E. coli bacteria are dangerous to humans, but did you know that they can be bioengineered to be used safely in schools? Students from seventh to Jessica Loprienoit is Briarcliff College the science class painted with bio-engineered E. coli bacteria on petri dishes to create cool designs. The materials for this activity have been […]

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The love story of Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz… |

Brooklyn Beckham – the eldest son of showbiz royalty David and Victoria Beckham – will wed Nicola Peltz on Saturday (09.04.22) at the actress’ sprawling family home of the “Bates Motel” in Palm Beach, Florida. The ceremony is set to be THE wedding of the year with a star-studded guest list and no expense spared. […]

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Learn more about GreenLeaf Cohabitation – The Ukiah Daily Journal

For the editor: My husband and I purchased 40 acres off the grid many years ago. We built our house, raised our children and grew our fruits and vegetables on our land. It was a blessed life and now we are ready to move on to another phase of our life. I’m thrilled to be […]

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Summerlin to celebrate Earth Day

For residents of the planned community of Summerlin, which is framed by the majestic Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, every day is Earth Day in the community. This month the community is hosting a number of events and activations to officially celebrate Earth Month, Earth Day and general well-being, including a month-long exhibit of […]

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Chelsea top UEFA’s list of Euro 2020 paid clubs

NYON, Switzerland (AP) — Chelsea received 5.1 million euros ($5.55 million) in European Championship revenue for releasing players to their national teams, UEFA announced on Friday. UEFA had a fund of 200 million euros ($217.5 million) to pay clubs a daily rate per player involved in the Euro 2020 tournament and qualifiers, as well as […]

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Twitter limits content to Russian officials |

Twitter has restricted content from more than 300 Russian government officials. The microblogging platform made the decision in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the sanctions also apply to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Twitter has confirmed that these blacklisted accounts will no longer be recommended in timelines or notifications. More broadly, Twitter warned it […]

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Get closer | News, Sports, Jobs

In this 2021 file photo, Connor Gray delivers to the plate while pitching for the Brooklyn Cyclones. Photo courtesy of Brooklyn Cyclones SYRACUSE — Connor Gray has pitched in Triple-A before, but you have to admit, he’s never felt closer to the big leagues than he does now. The 2012 Frewsburg graduate left camp with […]

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Revised Maryland Congressional Map Approved |

Saying of the now-approved map of Maryland’s congressional districts, ‘It’s not perfect’, Governor Larry Hogan (right) nevertheless said the new settings ‘were a huge step in the right direction’ . At an early Monday afternoon news conference in Annapolis, the governor announced that he and Democratic leaders in the General Assembly signed into law the […]

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Key particle weighs a bit heavy, baffling physicists

This undated photo provided by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in April 2022 shows the facility’s collider detector outside Batavia, Illinois. In results released Thursday, April 7, 2022, lab scientists calculated that the W boson, a fundamental particle of physics, weighs a bit more than their theoretical rulebook for the universe tells them it should. . […]