Food banks and charities in need of donations

RALEIGH, NC — Our state’s food charities face challenges providing meals to those in need, especially during the holidays. What do you want to know Our state’s food charities face challenges providing meals to those in need, especially during the holidays In our state, more than one million people face …

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Live news updates from the 2022 World Cup: breaking news from England training session, Pep’s new contract and Saudi Arabia stunner

Argentina’s Lionel Messi-led defeat to Saudi Arabia is up there with the biggest upsets in tournament history. But what have been some of the other big giant kills over the years? CAMEROON 1-0 ARGENTINA (1990) Just like Messi, Diego Maradona was also embarrassed in his opening game at the World …

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Six former Hong Kong newspaper employees plead guilty to conspiracy to commit collusion

HONG KONG, Nov 22 (Reuters) – Six former employees of Hong Kong’s former pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily pleaded guilty on Tuesday to conspiring to collide with foreign forces in a closely watched national security case. The six pleaded guilty to conspiring with media mogul Jimmy Lai and others to ask …

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China’s COVID cases surge, hard-hit Beijing districts close schools

Three deaths over the weekend in Beijing, the first since May Guangzhou orders five-day lockdown of its Baiyun district China reported 26,824 new local cases nationwide BEIJING, Nov 21 (Reuters) – Students at schools in several districts in Beijing buckled down to online classes on Monday after authorities called on …

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2022 World Cup squad preview: Costa Rica | Soccer News

The 2014 quarter-finalists are used to punching above their weight at World Cups. World Cup appearances: FiveTitles: 0Best finish: Quarter-finals (2014)Biggest win: 3-1 v Uruguay (2014)Most appearances: Celso Borges (154)Layouts: Spain (23 November), Japan (27 November), Germany (1 December)Coach: Luis Fernando SuarezKey player: Bryan Ruiz Costa Rica became the 32nd …

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Judge awards unemployment benefits to fired editor

The former editor of an Iowa weekly did not commit misconduct by publicly calling for action to save the publication, an administrative law judge has ruled. Tyler Anderson, who had worked for the weekly Lake City Graphic-Advocate since 2019, was fired from the paper in April 2022. At the time, …

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Republicans set to ramp up pressure on Biden administration’s foreign deals

Congressional investigators are poised to ratchet up the heat on the Biden administration’s foreign policy decisions now that Republicans control the House, according to the new Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, who told the Free Washington Beacon in an extensive interview that the administration’s dealings with China, Russia and Iran will …

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Committee Updates MAGIC Fund Guidelines | News, Sports, Jobs

Revised MAGIC Fund guidelines are expected to be submitted to Minot City Council for consideration next month. An ad hoc committee tasked with updating the guidelines – last amended four years ago – completed its task on Monday. The draft product will undergo a legal review before being …

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Gento Coffee Founder Ashley Prentice Talks ‘Origin’ Roasting for International ShoppersDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Gento Coffee founder Ashley Prentice roasts coffee in Guatemala City. All images courtesy of Gento Coffee. A new wave of coffee companies are challenging conventional paradigms of logistics and value creation by roasting coffees “at origin” to sell them directly to consumer markets such as the United States and India. …

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Public skating on Saturday the day the rink opens

Wednesday, November 16, 2022 1:00 a.m. The Miller Sunset Pavilion, located along Park Avenue in Winona Lake, is featured Tuesday night. People can skate for free on its rink from noon to 8 p.m. on Saturdays. Photo by Leah Sander, InkFreeNews WINONA LAKE – The …

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COLUMN: Why a journalism student terminated his newspaper subscription | Opinion

I confess to having lived a relatively privileged life, but canceling my subscription to the Lincoln Journal Star was one of the hardest things I had to do this year. Okay maybe some of my 400 level courses are a little harder than canceling a newspaper subscription but working with …

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors celebrates 5th anniversary – Newton Daily News

Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) held its first free laundry event on November 13, 2017. It started with a group of individuals from several Newton churches seeking to make a difference. The volunteers began by meeting at local laundromats twice a month to pay for laundry for everyone who came during …

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Honors and financial aid for newspaper carrier Trib who saved an elderly couple from a house fire

A newspaper carrier who saved an elderly couple from a burning house in Taranto said on Monday the response to her actions “has been a bit overwhelming”, as praise for her bravery pours in and people rally to help her recover from the losses she suffered in a car fire …

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Musk warns of Twitter bankruptcy as top executives quit

By Katie Paul and Paresh Dave (Reuters) – New owner of Twitter Inc, Elon Musk, on Thursday raised the possibility of the social media platform going bankrupt, capping a chaotic day that included a warning from a U.S. privacy regulator and the exit of the leader in enterprise trust and …

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Local News: Merrill Library Expands Resources (11/11/22)

(Sentinel Photo by Sarah LaBrune-Jongeling) Teresa Peters, Hinton City Clerk, Nadine Binneboese and Carol Lang review free books that have been donated by Merrill Library to Hinton residents. MERRILL — Merrill Library extends its services to communities that pay dues to use library resources. The City of Hinton has a …

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How can academia help diversify the intelligence community? | FIU News

Stephanie La Rue, c.Head of Diversity, Equity, and inclusion at the Ooffice of the Ddirector of NOTnational IIntelligence (ODNI), visited the FIU last month meet with students and discuss diversity, equity and inclusion (DEi) the efforts of the U.S. intelligence community as well as how academia can help various students …

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Newspaper headlines: NPC proposes N532.7 billion for 2023 census

Reports on the victory of eight Nigerians in the midterm elections in the United States dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. According to The Nation, Mele Kyari, Group Managing Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL), has sounded the alarm over the threat to his life from …

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Mondi to pack MODIVO fashion products in boxes and paper bags for e-commerce deliveries | Article

Mondi has supplied online retailer MODIVO SA with a range of corrugated boxes and paper MailerBAGS to apply to its fashion items in hopes of maximizing product protection, packaging space and money . The new solutions are expected to replace the rigid packaging currently used by MODIVO to transport shoes, …

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Coronavirus: daily average of 51 cases in Erie County

(WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) – The Erie County Health Department is reporting a daily average of 51 cases of COVID-19, out of 720 total cases, from October 24 through November 6. The county reported no new deaths, meaning the total number of COVID deaths remains at 160 for 2022. Among the total number …

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Grace football teams clinch berths in Crossroads league semi-finals

WINONA LAKE — Grace’s men’s soccer team took a 1-0 win in a Crossroads League quarterfinal game with Mt. Vernon on Saturday night.The win moves Grace to the semifinals where they host Spring Arbor on Wednesday at 7 p.m. Spring Arbor advanced via an upset win over Indiana Wesleyan.Both teams …

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Unionville Junior Grace Li Wins PIAA 3A State Singles Title – PA Prep Live

Unionville High School junior Grace Li ended an undefeated women’s tennis season by winning the PIAA 3A singles tournament title on Saturday afternoon at the Hershey Racquet Club.Li won all four of her tournament matches in straight sets. In the championship final, she beat Council Rock South junior Dasha Chichkina, …

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World Series 2022: Four things the Phillies need to come back against the Astros in Houston

The Houston Astros are one win away from the franchise’s second World Series championship and the Philadelphia Phillies are one loss away from their sixth World Series loss. The Phillies won the World Series in 1980 and 2008. They lost the World Series in 1915, 1950, 1983, 1993 and 2009. …

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Gardening Tips for November – The Sun-Gazette Newspaper

We can still plant winter vegetables like leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage, celery, cilantro and lettuce. Cold frames are great for late veggies, but if you haven’t built one yet, use straw to protect young plants from early frost. Ripe cold season vegetables don’t mind frost, in fact many …

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Event Center Project Fundraiser Crosses $1,000,000 Threshold | Oelwein daily register

The effort to build a new event center for Oelwein recently reached a major milestone as cash donations and pledges topped $1,168,000. The fundraising goal has been set at $3,200,000. The amount raised comes from a combination of local businesses, individuals, foundations and government entities. The Oelwein Event Corporation running …

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China’s COVID cases highest since August, Beijing vows to stay the course

BEIJING, Nov 3 (Reuters) – China’s COVID-19 cases hit their highest level in two and a half months on Thursday after the health authority stuck to its strict lockdown policy, dampening hopes for investors of an easing of the brakes which are hitting the world’s second-largest economy. Dejected Chinese stocks …

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Taiwan is a leading international co-production center

Taiwan’s reputation as a preeminent hub for international film and television co-productions has long been established, thanks to the success of titles such as multiple Academy Awards®-winning ‘Life of Pi’ and epic historical drama ‘Silence by Martin Scorsese. And at the prestigious Venice Film Festival, the East Asian island added …

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Why a newspaper’s endorsement of a candidate benefits the whole community

There was a time when your local newspaper supported candidates. These would be short articles of around 200 words describing the strengths and weaknesses of election candidates. They would pass judgment on who could best do the job. These would be printed regularly in your local newspaper a few weeks …

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Paper Jack-o’-Lanterns for Kindergartens in Teacher’s Video Delight Internet

Construction paper pumpkins made by a kindergarten class are delighting the internet in a viral TikTok, even if the kids haven’t exactly followed suit. TikTok user @ashanngraf shared the video on October 18 and has approached over 2.3 million views since then, plus over 317,000 likes and 10,000 comments for …

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The Agenda: At local government this week

downtown Wilmington (Port City Daily/Alexandria Sands) SOUTHEASTERN NC – Every Monday, Port City Daily will share upcoming government meetings in the Tri-County area. If there is an element of public interest, we will also include it under the meeting indicated. Monday October 31 Wilmington City Council will hold an agenda …

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The Astros vie for the World Series title

Hello Houston! A new week is here, but you might have missed some of the weekend’s top news. No worries – we’ve got you covered. We’ve brought back some of the big stories from the weekend to catch up with you. From the Astros competing in the World Series to …

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Football drop last game to league rivals San Marino

Story by Benjamin Regan sports editor picture by Samantha ShiroishiPersonal photographer Football fell to the San Marino Titans 23-21 in the final game of the regular season on Friday, October 28. The Titans scored a game-winning field goal as time expired to eliminate the Tigers in the annual rivalry game. …

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Junior Achievement returns to Lakeview Middle School

Friday, October 28, 2022 8:00 PM The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at Lakeview Middle School for Junior Achievement on Friday. Photo by Jackie Gorski, Times Union After a decade without a Junior Achievement program at Lakeview Middle School, Friday was the …

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Live News: European Central Bank raises interest rates by 0.75 percentage points

Sporadic lockdowns in China caused Volvo Cars to lower its delivery targets for the year, while rising costs and the need to buy semiconductors on the open market weighed on profits during of the third trimester. The Swedish automaker, backed by China’s Geely, initially expected wholesale deliveries to remain flat …

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Coy, Likens Eye Wawasee District 1 Spot

Wednesday, October 26, 2022 8:00 PM Heather Co. Neil Likens • • Candidates from local school boards were asked three questions about applying for the position.Today’s answers come from Heather Coy and Neil Likens, who are running for Wawasee …

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Flu season predictions look bleak | Oelwein daily register

As October draws to a close, the annual flu season draws closer and closer in northeast Iowa, which, combined with the continued prevalence of COVID 19 and several other factors, could making it one of the worst in recent memory, according to MercyOne’s Dr. Daniel Leisinger at Oelwein. “This year’s …

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More questions than answers about the cancellation of OutFest – Daily Local

Me, as a West Chester taxpayer and Daily local news as an honest news organization that strives for integrity in seeking the truth, it needs answers to the same question: why did the chairman of West Chester Borough Council lie or misrepresent the truth in claiming that there were several …

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Wolfsonian-Florida International University spins to the beat of Turn the Beat Around | FIU News

Inspired in large part by a recent donation of rare album covers, vintage photographs and other items documenting Cuba’s rich music and cultural traditions, The Wolfsonian–FIU presents Change the rhythmon view from October 28, 2022 to April 30, 2023. Never more timely, Change the rhythm focuses on the exciting musical …

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Headlines: FG’s spending on petrol subsidies to reach N11,000,000,000 by 2023

Reports about the warning of a potential terrorist attack in Abuja dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has disclosed that 536 Nigerians are stranded in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the issuance of work permits. The newspaper reports …

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Street children’s newspaper Balaknama goes digital; plans to launch YouTube channel next year

Balaknama, a newspaper published by Delhi’s street children for 18 years, is now planning to go digital by launching its YouTube channel early next year. Like the newspaper, the YouTube channel will also be entirely run by young reporters from the streets or the slums of Balaknama. They would …

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Construction of East Coventry agricultural waste pit delayed

EAST COVENTRY – The Lititz-based company which plans to build a waste pit on a farm off Bethel Church Road has indefinitely delayed the project and pulled out of a community meeting scheduled for Monday after being harassed and threatened by residents, according to a letter sent to the township. …

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2022 Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting Adds Second Recipient

The 2022 Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting has added a second recipient – Olga Rudenko and the Kyiv Independent staff in Ukraine. Editor-in-chief Rudenko and her team at the Kyiv Independent did not shy away from telling the stories of their war-torn Ukraine. According to the publication’s website, “The …

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Global warming is real – THE HORNET NEWSPAPER

Makaya Room The world is changing as we know it. The earth is getting warmer day by day due to global warming. Global warming is the long-term warming of the Earth’s surface observed since the pre-industrial period (between 1850 and 1900) due to human activities, mainly the burning of fossil …

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St. Thomas ditches paper ballots for digital voting ahead of election

After using a mix of electronic and paper ballots in the 2018 municipal elections, the City of St. Thomas has gone all-electronic this time around. “We don’t have a paper ballot at all for this election,” said Maria Konefal, city clerk and returning officer for St. Thomas. She adds: “We …

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Great Fish nets over $5 million for local nonprofits

The Whitefish Community Foundation awarded more than $5 million to 70 Flathead Valley nonprofits at the Great Fish Awards celebration Monday night. The total amount awarded included $4,254,259 donated by 2,730 donors over the six-week Great Fish Community Challenge, plus $808,405 from the Great Fish Match Fund. The Great Fish …

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Elnaz Rekabi: Iranian mountaineer returns to Tehran after competing without hijab

CNN — An Iranian climber, who did not wear a hijab during an international competition in South Korea, has returned to Iran as Iranian groups based abroad have sounded the alarm over her fate at home. Elnaz Rekabi, 33, competed without a hijab at the International Sport Climbing Federation Asian …

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British newspaper reveals Andy Murray’s plans after Antwerp withdrawal

Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray has withdrawn from the European Open in Antwerp due to fatigue, i reports James Gray. Murray, 35, played three long matches at the inaugural Gijon Open last week. According to i newspaper, Murray decided to skip Antwerp so he could focus on preparing for …

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Tim Ryan has promised an investigation into whether the government created HIV to kill black people

During Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan’s first major campaign, he made a promise he has remained silent on ever since: to investigate whether the US government created the “HIV-AIDS virus” with the intent to murder the black population of the country. During his first run for the United States House of …

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Tigerhawks finish 1-1 in SICL Bronze Quad – Newton Daily News

NORTH ENGLISH — The Colfax-Mingo volleyball team reached the South Iowa Cedar League Bronze Quad championship game on Thursday, but the Tigerhawks fell to host English Valleys in their final game. Colfax-Mingo beat Tri-County 23-25, 25-12, 15-9 in the first round before English Valleys secured a 25-23, 25-17, 20-25, 21-25, …

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Injured, Brazilian striker Richarlison faces the World Cup

Richarlison faces race to get fit for World Cup after sustaining a calf injury in Tottenham’s win over Everton on Saturday. The Brazil international was in tears as he admitted his ‘dream’ of playing in Qatar was now in serious jeopardy. The striker was sent off in the 52nd minute …

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FOOTBALL: THE WINTER WORLD CUP IS COMING – Newspaper

The official Al Rihla FIFA World Cup 2022 football made by Sialkot with the winner’s trophy We have less than a month and a half before the whole world sets up camp in the Middle East, literally and figuratively. The anticipation builds, the passion and fervor of the fanatics begin …

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Bellingham newspaper shows why Congress should help save local news

Almost a year after launching in Bellingham, a rambling news startup is making a difference, informing voters and holding officials accountable. Cascadia Daily News, which publishes a weekly newspaper and daily report online, now has 10 staff, plus freelancers and freelancers, editor Ron Judd said. His reports contributed to the …

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Britain’s Truss fired Kwarteng – BBC News Africa

Kwarteng leaves IMF meeting early Pressure mounts for U-turn tax policy Pound, bond prices are recovering Prime Minister Truss now faces a political fight LONDON, Oct 14 (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Liz Truss has sacked her finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng, the BBC reported on Friday, shortly before she had …

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Harvey Weinstein Scandal Becomes Muckraking Newspaper Drama That Highlights Fear

If, like me, you consider “All the President’s Men” to be one of the most thrilling movies ever made, it’s remarkable to consider that it was released in 1976, just four years after the Watergate robbery. The saga of Richard Nixon’s corruption and downfall had saturated the culture, but every …

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Embrace our youth – The Daily Rider

No one ever fully grows up – in the sense that we all want children, no matter how old we are. In our younger years of discovering our interests and desires, we are often drawn to activities that help shape our identity. Novelty items like stuffed animals and Legos that …

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New Report Shows Importance of Public Radio in Rural America

Press release | Rural Public Media Alliance The Rural Public Media Alliance has released a first look at the role and impact of public radio in rural America today. The report, “Connecting America: The Essential Service of Rural Public Radio,” is drawn from the 2022 Rural Public Media Survey, which …

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36 pounds of marijuana found in luggage at Nashville International Airport

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A 21-year-old is facing drug trafficking charges after police say they found pounds of marijuana in his luggage at Nashville International Airport. According to a police affidavit, K-9 Havoc was deployed at Gate C13 to screen baggage that arrived on a flight from LAX due to …

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Advertising regulator bans seven misleading ads in government newspapers

The British advertising regulator has banned seven advertisements in government newspapers because of their misleading appearance. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) said the so-called “advertorials”, which appeared in a local newspaper in March, were clearly not identifiable as advertisements. Advertorials are commercial advertisements presented in the form of articles. According …

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University of Florida students protest Ben Sasse, finalist for president

Sen. Ben Sasse, the lone runner-up for president at the University of Florida, met with protesters and posed questions to skeptics during a campus visit Monday. Videos and images shared online showed protesters massed near one of the public forums held on Gainesville campuses, shouting, “Hey, hey, ho, ho, Ben …

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Local news tracking

🙏 I can’t say it too often: thank you for helping us build something amazing. As the news industry continues to be shaped by a myriad of economic and cultural challenges, we know there is a desire for non-sensational news that fits into our crazy schedules and modern lifestyles. By …

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Russian missile strikes in Zaporizhzhia kill 13

Russian missile attacks in southeastern Ukraine kill 13 Russia says train traffic on the bridge is working as planned A bridge over the Kerch Strait vital to supplying Russian troops The imposing structure is a symbol of the annexation of Crimea by Russia Kyiv, Oct 9 (Reuters) – A Russian …

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Floods reveal fragility of telecommunications infrastructure: report – Newspaper

ISLAMABAD: Recent floods that began in August have exposed the fragility of Pakistan’s telecommunications infrastructure and weaknesses in the broader structural environment in which mobile networks operate, according to a report by the research house Tabadlab based in Islamabad. The report, authored by Naeha Rashid, Maira Sheikh and Alina Khan, …

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San Diego community newspapers left in limbo after losing local printer – North Coast Current

Community newspapers in North San Diego County have found themselves scrambling for printing services in recent days after the region’s last facility for the job closed and their contracts were dropped, local media reported. The production and distribution success extended beyond the North County independents to include college and high …

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Keith vs. Kordalis for Montgomery County Auditor

Current job: Montgomery County Auditor Why are you seeking an elective mandate: I have over 30 years of experience in the auditor’s office, including two decades as county auditor. During this time, I led many initiatives that improved county services and increased access for our residents. The Office of the …

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Newspaper boxes for the defaced Jewish press |

Several newspaper boxes containing Jewish publications were defaced with swastikas outside Aron’s Kissena Farms in Kew Gardens Hills, Queens’ largest kosher grocery store, on Wednesday as the Jewish community observed Yom Kippur. According to Deputy Inspector Kevin Chan, commander of the 107th Precinct, the vandalism was discovered by distributors who …

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Kazakh online newspaper says it received pig’s head with editor’s photo in mouth

In one of his first attempts to assert his power over areas of Ukraine that Russia has declared its own, President Vladimir Putin on October 5 ordered the Russian state to take full control of the nuclear power plant in Zaporizhzhya, a decision immediately rejected by Kyiv. Live briefing: Russia’s …

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Getting ready for UPtoberfest | News, Sports, Jobs

Ilsa Minor | Daily Press Hank Cota, Mitch Cryderman, Ray Gouin and Issac Tyson make adjustments to one of the edges of the 40ft by 80ft tent that will form the center of this weekend’s UPtoberfest activity at Ludington Park on Tuesday. In the end, the Stenberg …

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FIFA is eyeing FDR Park for the World Cup training grounds. Communities of color say don’t touch.

When María de los Ángeles Méndez closes her eyes and thinks of FDR Park, nostalgia invades her. She sees her father sitting in chairs with his friends, cold beer in hand, blasting bachata, reggaeton and salsa over the speaker he always brings. She smells the savory aromas of tortillas, steak, …

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Newspaper headlines: PDP BoT calls emergency meeting to save Atiku campaign

The discovery of more than 8 billion naira of tramadol in a mansion in Lagos by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the Board of Directors (BOT) of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) will meet this week …

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Weir High rolls to comeback win | News, Sports, Jobs

Andrew Grimm ROOM TO RUN — Weir High’s Jamari Hubbard-Bass finds a free space on his way to the end zone for a 27-yard touchdown run in Friday’s win over Richard Wright at Jimmy Carey Stadium. WEIRTON — Weir High accomplished three important things Friday night …

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Burkina Faso soldiers announce overthrow of military government

OUAGADOUGOU, September 30 (Reuters) – Armed soldiers in fatigues and masks appeared on television in Burkina Faso on Friday night to confirm the ousting of President Paul-Henri Damiba, the second coup in the troubled African country West this year. The announcement capped a day that began with gunfire near a …

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Conservation District Seeks Appointment to Board of Supervisors

Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District as the opening of its five-member Board of Supervisors. The volunteer board, which is responsible for guiding the business affairs and operations of the district in its mission to provide assistance to the community in the conservation of land and water resources, is made …

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Biden admin urged to vet companies that participate in Israel boycotts

The Biden administration is under pressure from Congress to more actively police companies that participate in boycotts of Israel, according to a letter sent Wednesday to the Commerce Department and obtained by the Free Washington Beacon. The senses. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) and Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) say the administration …

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West Chester East sweep rival Henderson at Ches-Mont women’s volleyball

West Chester East senior (9) Katelyn Kernicky and junior (2) Izzy Byrnes collide covering a shot by West Chester Henderson in the first game. The Vikings took a 3-0 victory. (PETE BANNAN-DAILY LOCAL NEWS) West Chester >> After West Chester East’s 3-0 victory over a strong West Chester Henderson women’s …

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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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