Triton Falls goes pioneer, Panthers Clinch Conference

Tuesday, September 27, 2022 9:35 PM BOURBON — The Triton Trojans needed a win over Pioneer on Tuesday to keep their hopes of a Hoosier North Athletic Conference championship alive. The Trojans instead lost in straight sets to the Panthers and were forced to watch Pioneer celebrate …

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Improving digital connectivity with highlighted RACs – Newspaper

PESHAWAR: Speakers at a seminar held here on Monday stressed the need to increase people-to-people contacts, especially digital connectivity, to promote cooperation in business and education between Pakistan and the Central Asian Republics (CAR). The Department of Political Science, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women’s University, Peshawar (SBBWUP), in collaboration with the …

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Bobcats beat Badgers 50-6 at home | News, Sports, Jobs

FLORENCE — The Florence Bobcats scored 50 points in the first half to claim a 50-6 win over the visiting Niagara Badgers in an 8-man hometown college football rivalry renewed Friday at Robert Landry Field in Florence. Running backs Logan Schuls and Evan Johnson filled Florence’s stat sheet, …

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Grace’s unbeaten streak reaches nine with win over Marian

WINONA LAKE — The Grace College men’s soccer team continued their momentum with Marian’s 2-0 win at 1st Source Bank Field on Saturday night.Blake Burns scored twice for the eighth-placed Lancers (6-0-3, 1-0-0 Crossroads League) propelling them to their first Crossroads League victory of the season. Three-time NAIA Defensive Player …

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Esky remains undefeated | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA – Score another Great Northern Conference volleyball victory for the Escanaba Eskymos. The Eskymos moved to 6-0 in the league here Thursday night in a 3-0 (25-18, 25-13, 25-19) triumph over the Marquette Redettes. “It’s a big win for us” said Esky’s coach Adam Lambert. “The girls …

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Investigator says Russia committed war crimes in Ukraine

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Children were raped and locked up in Ukraine, report says Investigators liaise with war crimes tribunal on findings Russia has consistently dismissed accusations of abuse The Commission will then examine the alleged forcible transfers GENEVA, Sept 23 (Reuters) – War crimes …

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Smoking Good Times – The Leaven Catholic Newspaper

Below, Joe Villalobos, a parishioner of Mother Teresa, chats with Father Aduri about his 1965 Ford Thunderbird. The car show was one of many events at the Holy Smokin’ Jamboree. LEVEN PHOTO BY JAY SOLDNER It’s that time of year when every parish enjoys its own version of a fall …

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Newspaper headlines: 95.4 million liters of crude oil stolen every day, according to FG

The withdrawal of allies of Nyesom Wike, Governor of Rivers, from the presidential campaign council of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has made headlines in Nigerian newspapers. The Punch says the PDP has called an emergency meeting on the removal of Wike’s allies from the party’s presidential campaign council. The …

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The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix brings out the community

COATESVILLE — People came together to enjoy and celebrate the town on Saturday at the sixth annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix. From the cheerleaders of the Coatesville Middle School Raiders to the first Soap Box Derby and some 20 local vendors, the event offered festivities for all as vintage …

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Global Goals Week: Mobilizing networks for the SDGs | News | SDG Knowledge Center

By Trine Schmidt, Policy Advisor, SDG Knowledge, IISD and SDG Lab How can we improve efficient collaboration to accelerate progress towards the SDGs? Ahead of Global Goals Week, which will mobilize communities around the world for the SDGs, the Geneva SDG community has come together for its 2022 annual meeting …

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Siobhán and Ray nominated for newspaper awards

Siobhán Holliman, deputy editor of the TUAM Herald, and Ray Ryan, head of photography, named finalists for the Local Ireland Media Awards. Prize-giving evening on Thursday, October 13 Published: Wed Sep 21, 2022 7:15 AM Tuam Herald deputy editor Siobhán Holliman and team photographer Ray Ryan have both been nominated …

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Misleading Claims About Illinois Cash Bail Law Circulate Online

Copyright AFP 2017-2022. All rights reserved. Online publications and bogus newspapers circulating in Illinois claim that a law provides for the automatic release of accused felons across the US state. It is misleading; as legislation passed in 2021 eliminates cash bail, legal experts say judges can still jail those who …

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Water Rate Increase in Follansbee Sparks Questions and Complaints | News, Sports, Jobs

HEARING HELD – Jack Rohrabaugh was among residents who raised concerns about a Follansbee water rate hike at a public hearing held Monday ahead of a second reading for the rate hike. –Warren Scott FOLLANSBEE — A public hearing Monday into a city water rate hike …

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Queen Elizabeth II mourned by Britain and the world at funeral

By DANICA KIRKA, MIKE CORDER and SAMYA KULLAB September 19, 2022 GMT https://apnews.com/article/queen-elizabeth-ii-funeral-bfe59d9c8f31d339f2cec2f8479cc3ce LONDON (AP) — The UK and the world bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II on Monday with a state funeral that drew presidents and kings, princes and prime ministers – and crowds to the streets of London …

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Officials Talk Accreditation Extension, Security, Staffing, COVID

Due to the large number of new employees and the school department’s new collective efficiency goal, Wiscasset Middle High School Principal Charles Lomonte wanted the school to have a year off to renew the school’s accreditation. with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. He requested and obtained the …

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Alaska Daily: Premiere Date and Other Quick Things We Know About the TV Show

Tom McCarthy played a major role in two very different projects focusing on the craft of print journalism: first as a cast member in the HBO drama series Threadand, years later, as writer and director of the 2015 Best Picture winner, Projector. Although the two projects were radically different in …

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A unique boutique full of wonder – Newton Daily News

Elm St. Oddities and Collectibles is not the ordinary store. But if you love classic horror movies, the latest superhero movies, junk or a unique gift, a stop in Colfax is the place to go. Now open at 116 N. Walnut St., Elm St. recently held a groundbreaking ceremony, inviting …

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EU calls for creation of war crimes tribunal over Ukrainian mass graves | Russia–Ukraine War

The European Union has called for the creation of a war crimes tribunal, as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said new evidence of torture had been uncovered as new bodies were exhumed from a mass burial site in a city recaptured from Russian forces. Jan Lipvasky, foreign minister of the Czech …

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Grant launches campaign to paint Pownalborough Courthouse

The 1761 Pownalborough Courthouse is set to receive a fresh coat of exterior paint thanks in part to a grant awarded to the Lincoln County Historical Association (LCHA) of the Belvedere Historic Preservation and Energy Efficiency grant program through the Maine Community Foundation. To complement the prize, LCHA is launching …

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Is paper money a thing of the past? The US Treasury wants to create a digital dollar

Published on September 16, 2022 at 5:09 p.m. By FATIMA HUSSEIN Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is moving closer to developing a central bank digital currency, known as the digital dollar, saying it would help strengthen the role of the United States as a leader in the …

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New abortion laws jeopardize cancer treatment for pregnant patients

Charlotte Hoff As abortion bans take effect in a contiguous part of the South, cancer doctors are wondering how new state laws will influence their discussions with pregnant patients about the treatment options they can offer. Cancer occurs in approximately 1 in 1,000 pregnancies, most commonly breast cancer, melanoma, cervical …

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NHL players remain committed to hosting February 2024 World Cup

HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — The NHL and the players remain committed to hosting a World Cup of Hockey in February 2024, even as they face unexpected logistical challenges. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly, Mathieu Schneider of the Players Association and their teams work daily to try to overcome the obstacles involved …

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Mayor issues mea culpa over comments from animal shelters – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Mayor gives mea culpa over comments from animal shelter Posted at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 15, 2022 NATCHEZ – Natchez Mayor Dan Gibson has issued an apology to anyone he offended with his comments about the Humane Society. Speaking at the Board of Aldermen meeting on Tuesday, Gibson said …

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Editor of Russian state newspaper Pravda dies of ‘stroke’ while on business trip

Editor of Russian state newspaper Pravda dies of ‘stroke’ while on business trip – latest Putin ally to expire under mysterious circumstances Vladimir Nikolayevich Sungorkin was showing signs of choking when he died Was on a business trip with colleagues from the newspaper when he lost consciousness The band took …

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Patti LaBelle performs a benefit concert for the new Kennett Library and Resource Center

EAST MARLBOROUGH — The majestic voice of legendary entertainer Patti LaBelle filled the night sky with song at the Italian-style garden theater in Longwood Gardens on Tuesday. A handcrafted canopy made up of exceptional flora and dizzying trees collectively framed the stage and the audience. LaBelle, known as the Godmother …

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Xi Jinping visits Kazakhstan ahead of summit with Putin

NUR-SULTAN, Kazakhstan (AP) — Chinese President Xi Jinping began his first overseas trip since the outbreak of the pandemic on Wednesday with a stopover in Kazakhstan before a summit with Russia’s Vladimir Putin and other leaders. a Central Asian security group. Dressed in a blue suit and face mask, Xi …

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His darkest action – The Banner Newspaper

by Gianna Liantonio Darkness. That’s all I encounter as I lie in bed. The sound of the clock is greeted by silence. Check. Knock. Check. Knock. I look at the clock. It’s still the middle of the night. I sigh closing my eyes once more trying to fall asleep. So…..BANG! …

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Sylvia E. Pelletier | Wiscasset Journal

Sylvia Elaine Pelletier, 71, of North End Road, Westport Island, died on September 11, 2022 at Mid Coast Senior Health in Brunswick. She was born in West Bath on January 23, 1951, the daughter of Elijah W. and Dorothy A. (Greenleaf) Hallowell. Sylvia graduated from Morse High School in the …

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Aces win game 1 | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Photo Las Vegas Aces forward A’ja Wilson (22) posted for a shot over Connecticut Sun center Brionna Jones in Game 1 of a WNBA basketball final playoff series on Sunday , in Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS (AP) — A’ja Wilson remembers what it was like …

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NFL World reacts to Dak Prescott’s return date

GLENDALE, ARIZONA – AUGUST 13: Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott #4 and head coach Mike McCarthy before the NFL preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on August 13 August 2021 in Glendale, Arizona. The Cardinals beat the Dallas Cowboys 19-16. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) It …

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Another Successful Sunrise Cruise, Monhegan Light Tour

Another successful Sunrise Lighthouse photography cruise is in the books and again this year the weather did not disappoint with very colorful morning sunbeams casting a very beautiful light on the lighthouses in the area. Wildfires to the west put a lot of smoke into the upper atmosphere that blew …

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The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II on the last trip but restaurants and pubs are open

LONDON — The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II began a carefully choreographed 500-mile journey to its final resting place on Sunday, moving from Balmoral Castle through the crowded streets of the Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, where he will remain until he is flown to London ahead of the funeral September 19. …

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9/11 attacks still reverberate as US celebrates 21st anniversary – Daily Local

By JENNIFER PELTZ, KAREN MATTHEWS and JULIE WALKER NEW YORK (AP) — Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tearful tributes and pleas to “never forget,” 21 years after the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. Bonita Mentis set out to read the names of the victims at the ground zero …

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Steven Spielberg launches his film memoir “The Fabelmans”

TORONTO (AP) — Steven Spielberg premiered his highly anticipated “The Fabelmans” to thunderous applause at the Toronto International Film Festival, debuting his most autobiographical film and one of the 75-year-old filmmakers has said that he had built all his life. “The Fabelmans,” which Spielberg wrote with Tony Kushner, draws heavily …

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Love trumps lava on the big screen

Melting boots on steaming lava flows and craters dancing amid volcanic eruptions are just two of the amazing things you’ll witness in the PG-rated “Fire of Love,” which opens at the Lincoln Theater this Friday. This new documentary, from filmmaker Sara Dosa, chronicles the life and death of French scientists …

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Online Training – Journal – DAWN.COM

THE success or failure of students depends on their educational and career decisions. The modern school is much more varied than that of the 19th century. The evolution of pedagogy and other revolutionary discoveries have led to the establishment of more transparent teaching methods. Online learning gives students the freedom …

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The public will have the chance to honor a woman who has dedicated her life to Coatesville and helping others – Daily Local

COATESVILLE —On Sunday afternoon, the public will have the opportunity to pay tribute to a true giant who has done so much for Coatesville. Doris Anna Norman Robinson Spann, who founded the Coatesville Food Cupboard, helped Coatesville veterans for three decades, received hundreds of humanitarian service awards and was recognized …

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AP PHOTOS: A world mourns Queen Elizabeth II

By The Associated Press September 9, 2022 GMT https://apnews.com/article/queen-elizabeth-world-mourns-photo-gallery-ad963aecf16cf980210e465f950f34be The death of Queen Elizabeth IIwhose dominance saw Britain through decades of change, was seen and felt around the world. From flowers covering the gates of Buckingham Palace in London, to images of Elizabeth dominating Times Square in New York, to …

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Create a ‘family diary’ to stay connected | News, Sports, Jobs

Dear Héloïse: I often clean my jewelry while watching a movie at home. I bought a jeweler’s chamois for polishing, but a few times I couldn’t find it (my daughter used it). So, I just took some toothpaste, and with my finger, gently rubbed the paste on the …

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The world ‘fears for the Queen’: Concern for Her Majesty’s health dominates global news websites

On Thursday, news about growing concerns over the health of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II dominated the front pages of newspapers around the world. Buckingham Palace said his doctors were “concerned” for his health and recommended that he remain under medical supervision at Balmoral Castle. The 96-year-old head of state – …

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Local riders chase Triple Crown titles | News, Sports, Jobs

KINROSS – Local racers will head east in pursuit of the Upper Michigan Triple Crown Series, with the third and final event scheduled for Friday night at Kinross Speedpark. The UP racing series consists of a combined points total from three regional racetracks, including Sands Speedway in Marquette, …

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Titletown 101: Pack only retired six uniform numbers

For Chief Tomahawk “What’s in a name?” William Shakespeare poses the question in his play Romeo and Juliet to make it clear that naming things is irrelevant. You could say it’s the same when it comes to athletes. Oh sure, players’ surnames appear on the back of their shirts, sometimes …

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The Internet is a “Gulag” and a “Manic Matrix” – Nader Publishing Journal Print Only – Dakota Free Press

Argus refugees Joe Sneve and Jonathan Ellis are impression a new diary. Just like Ralph Nader: Since April, Nader has worked with a team of fifteen freelance writers and journalists to publish Citizen of the Capitol, a new print journal that offers a decidedly untraditional look at Congress. The paper’s …

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The Comic Relief of Retirement: Getting Started | News, Sports, Jobs

Chances are, you thought retirement would finally bring long-awaited opportunities. Like the time to pursue those hobbies you’ve kept on the back burner for decades. Basket weaving, reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica set your parents bought for you in 1963 – even expand your stamp and coin collections. …

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September 5, 2022 Russia-Ukraine News

The last operating reactor at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has been disconnected from the Ukrainian grid, the country’s nuclear agency Energoatom said on Monday, saying it was the result of a fire caused by Russian bombing. “As a result, the No. 6 power unit has been unloaded and disconnected …

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Mallory H. Garrison | Wiscasset Journal

Mallory Hicks Garrison, 85, of South Portland and Squirrel Island, died September 1, 2022. Mallory, affectionately known as Gogo by her grandchildren and those who adored her, was born July 1, 1937, in Neptune, New Jersey, and spent her childhood in Highland Park and Short Hills. Mallory attended Short Hills …

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Custom Residential Homes Now Available at Heritage Crossing | pelican post

HCD Real Estate would like to announce the first phase of 50 residential lots at Heritage Crossing. Bond Construction Co., Inc. has acquired control of the initial 50 lots and will be the exclusive builder of high-end custom homes in the phase one residential section. Several houses have been pre-sold …

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World Cup beer policy finally accepted by Qatari organizers

GENEVA (AP) — World Cup organizers in Qatar have finalized a policy to serve beer with alcohol to soccer fans in stadiums and fan zones in the Muslim-majority country. FIFA said on Saturday that fans will be allowed to buy Budweiser beer with alcohol in the stadium’s eight enclosures – …

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September 3, 2022 – Red Bluff Daily News

If your band or agency has changed or canceled an event, email [email protected] or leave a message at 737-5042. Saturday red bluff Bird Walk: 8 a.m., Sacramento River Discovery Center, 1000 Sale Lane, free Farmer’s Market: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., River Park, EBT, debit and credit cards accepted Corning …

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WATER POLO: The Mustang goalkeeper attempts a “goal goal”

The Mustangs had six runs on the board in the first period. The Marauders scored their first goal with two minutes remaining in the first, but won’t score another until halftime. In the second period, the Mustangs scored in less than ten seconds and scored on almost every shot. Tulare …

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Be prepared for different flood risks | pelican post

A flood is defined as any high flow, overflow or flooding of water that causes or threatens to cause damage. A flood can occur during prolonged rains over several days, intense rains over a short period of time, or when water from an existing source moves too quickly (i.e. snowmelt, …

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‘Devastating’: Mass shootings cloud daily gun toll in US

By GILLIAN FLACCUSAssociated press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Cameron Taylor was watching an illegal street race that drew hundreds of people to an intersection in Portland, Ore., but decided to leave as the crowd grew increasingly unruly. Moments later, gunfire rang out and Taylor was hit by a stray bullet …

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The International puts New England golf in the spotlight

BOLTON, Mass. — We have become desensitized to residential golf. Fairways lined with massive, cookie-cutter houses. A feeling of claustrophobia every time. Losing a golf ball in a yard and having to leave it there because of a “No golfers beyond this point” sign. Many of us have agreed to …

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Bath Savings celebrates employees, named “Best Place to Work”

Bath Savings celebrated employee achievements and named 20 staff “All Stars” at the annual employee celebration held August 30 at the Maine Maritime Museum in Bath. During the event, Chairman Glenn Hutchinson announced that Bath Savings had been named one of the “Best Places to Work in Maine” for the …

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SSS responds to Amnesty International: ‘We don’t abduct citizens’ — Daily Nigerian

The State Security Service, SSS, has disavowed a publication by a global human rights watchdog organization, Amnesty International, which alleged that service personnel abducted Nigerians during the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari . An online newspaper, Peoples Gazette, had quoted Amnesty International, AI, as saying that the SSS abducted innocent …

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Charter school reform is needed now – Daily Local

The guest comment “Cybercharters offer choices in education” (Daily Local News, August 29, 2022) might be more persuasive if it could be titled “E-Charters Provide Excellent Education”. But it cannot; he talks a lot about choices but doesn’t discuss the quality of what families are asked to choose. In fact, …

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G20 environment ministers in Bali boost global climate action

NUSA DUA, Indonesia — Environment leaders from the Group of 20 leading wealthy and developing countries meet on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Wednesday for talks aimed at boosting global climate action and other issues that have been escalated by the war in Ukraine. Implementation of each G-20 …

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GODMOTHER CITY: Natchez Hosts and Baptizes American Symphony – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

GODMOTHER CITY: Natchez welcomes, baptizes American Symphony Posted at 5:27 p.m. on Tuesday, August 30, 2022 NATCHEZ — On Tuesday, Natchez welcomed a new ship to its harbor as the patron city of American Cruise Line’s newest ship, the American Symphony. Additionally, by 2025, American Cruise Line CEO Charles Robertson …

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E. Bryant Crutchfield, creator of the Trapper Keeper, dies at 85

E. Bryant Crutchfield, a paper company executive whose design of iconic products became a touchstone of student life in the 1980s and 1990s, and an ordained object of nostalgia forever, died Aug. 21. in a hospice in Marietta, Ga. The creator of the Trapper Keeper was 85 years old. His …

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Details emerge on Chester County Detective Chief’s settlement with county – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — The former Chester County Chief of Detectives will receive a $126,500 payout as part of his settlement with the county over his allegations of being unjustly fired and discriminated against because of his race, according to a copy of the settlement agreement obtained by the MediaNews Group. …

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An overview of the LLWS’ American and international all-star teams | News, Sports, Jobs

2022 USA ALL-STAR TEAM (Saturday match statistics) (compiled by Chris Masse, [email protected]) C―TED SWANSON, IOWA: One of many players on this roster who could masterfully handle multiple positions, Swanson helped Iowa win two games in the series and spark their dangerous roster. Swanson hit .545 and recorded .615 …

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Midtown Phillips September 22 | the alley diary

Bring citizen journalism to life! Divisions DivisionsChoose a categoryLane Annual ReportAlley Gallery of LossArts Cinema cornerAudio/PodcastsComment Cartoon Letter to the Editor Speak louder something i said The Rand ReportCompetitionCover storiesEnvironmentEventsFinancial aidFoodHealthLabor NewsLibrary NewsCollectionNeighborhood News Cultural Wellness Center East Phillips Betterment Coalition Little Earth Midtown Phillips Neighborhood Association West Phillips Ventura …

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Digital freelancers deserve a better deal – Newspaper

DESPITE the dismal state of education in the country, Pakistan ranks fourth in the global freelance market where hundreds of thousands of individuals generate money in the dollar economy. It is the individual enterprise that outweighs the official delay. Everything that happens is in spite of the system, not because …

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School board adopts communications plan – Newton Daily News

On August 22, school board members approved a five-year communications plan for the Newton Community School District, which ultimately provides a guideline for how the district distributes messages to staff, students, and families for information. general, emergencies and other scenarios throughout the year. The plan was developed in part by …

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Start of Japan-Africa Economic Cooperation Conference

Tunis, Tunisia — African heads of state, representatives of international organizations and private business leaders are in Tunisia this weekend for the eighth edition of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development, a three-year event launched by Japan to promote growth and security in Africa. The economic fallout from the …

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Newspaper publisher cries foul after political ad arrest

Comment this story Comment CONCORD, NH – The publisher of a New Hampshire weekly newspaper is accusing the state attorney general’s office of government abuse after she was arrested for running ads for local races without properly marking them as an ad Politics. The six misdemeanor charges allege Debra Paul, …

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Apple Daily warned against transferring personal data

ISSUES RAISED: The sale of the newspaper involves freedom of the press, national security, data protection and workers’ benefits, the culture ministry said. By Shelley Shan / Staff Reporter Apple Daily (Taiwan) has been warned that it must not transfer personal data to any third party without legal permission, the …

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Foundation donates $100,000 to local school districts

A new local nonprofit has made its inaugural donation of $100,000 to school districts in northern Idaho. The Marcus Anderson Family Foundation announced Aug. 19 that it had donated $25,000 each to the school districts of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Lakeland and West Bonner County. “The past two years have …

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NFL world reacts to cryptic news from Josh Rosen

CLEVELAND, OH – AUGUST 21: Cleveland Browns quarterback Josh Rosen #19 comes out of the pocket during the third quarter of a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles at FirstEnergy Stadium on August 21, 2022 in Cleveland , Ohio. The Eagles beat the Browns 21-20. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images) …

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Keimarriyon LaDerrious Montreal Daniels – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

Keimariyon LaDerrious Montreal Daniels Posted 1:52 p.m. on Wednesday, August 24, 2022 August 2, 2003 – August 13, 2022 FAYETTE – The funeral of Keimarriyon LaDerrious Montreal Daniels, 19, of Pattison, who died Saturday, August 13, 2022 in Houston, TX, will be held Friday, August 26, 2022 at 11 a.m. …

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Narrowed Streams Contribute to Flooding in E-11: Study – Journal

ISLAMABAD: A new hydrological study conducted by the Army’s Directorate of Design and Consultancy (DD&C) found that natural waterways had narrowed in E-11, causing urban flooding Last year. The study, however, proposed interventions and a mitigation plan to avoid such flooding in the future. The report of the study published …

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Local businesses help make new United Way headquarters possible – Daily Local

EXTON – United Way of Chester County has purchased and renovated a 5,000 square foot freestanding building, located at 150 John Robert Thomas Drive in the Lincoln Center Commons in Exton, which will serve as the new permanent headquarters for United Way of Chester County staff as well as hosting …

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Global Teeth Whitening Products Market Report (2022 – 2027) – Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Teeth Whitening Products Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global teeth whitening products market size reached US$5.2 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, the publisher expects the market to reach US$7.0 billion by 2027, posting …

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Guide to Philadelphia neighborhood newspapers and hyperlocal news sites

Across the country, local newspapers have taken a hit over the past two decades. But some of Philadelphia’s hyperlocal news outlets survived — and some newcomers even thrived. If you’re looking for a smart take on Philadelphia news, Billy Penn is obviously your go-to. But what about a place to …

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Indigenous fashion designers are gaining recognition on international catwalks

Melrene Saloy’s love of fashion began in childhood, making clothes for her dolls after her grandmother and aunts taught her how to sew. Today, Saloy runs her own business, Native Diva Creations, which makes jewelry and accessories appropriate to First Nations culture. In September, she takes a collection of her …

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FICTION: FACING PREJUDICE – Journal

Love marriageBy Monica AliVirago, United KingdomISBN: 978-0349015491512pp. There are two types of brown stories: those that are written for ourselves and those that are written for a Western sensibility. The former, while more authentic, struggled to achieve widespread commercial success because, historically, publishers have favored certain narrative tones. Most books …

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Buying Black: Black Businesses Fuel the American Economy

By LaKeshia N. Myers Representative LaKeshia Myers August is Black Business Month, a time to celebrate and cherish the many African American-owned businesses across the country. In 2019, there were 134,567 black-owned employer businesses (businesses with more than one employee) across all sectors of the U.S. economy, an 8% increase …

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DeKalb Barbs – Shaw Local

DeKalb at a glance Conference: DuPage Valley Coach: Derek Schneeman (2-7, second season) Record 2021: 2-7, 0-6 DVC Meet the players Keep an eye on: Aiden Sisson, Sr., LB. A three-year starter at linebacker, Sisson leads a group of linebackers that Schneeman calls the most experienced position on the team. …

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Plane fails to descend as pilots reportedly fell asleep during flight

(CNN) — Two pilots fell asleep and missed landing on a flight from Sudan to Ethiopia on Monday, according to a report by commercial aviation news site Aviation Herald. The incident happened on board an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737-800 en route from Khartoum to Addis Ababa, according to the report, …

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Ska, Rocksteady, Reggae. It all started with the Skatalites!

Live on the Strand stage on Friday, September 9 at 7:30 p.m.! The Skatalites’ unique infection mark of authentic Jamaican ska has thrilled audiences around the world for 57 years! The original members performed on hundreds of recording sessions before forming the band in 1964. Supporting most singers in Jamaica …

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