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US Lighting Group and Cortes Campers welcome new international distributor

EUCLIDE, Ohio, December 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – US Lighting Group, Inc. (OTC: USLG) and its Cortes Campers, LLC division signed an international distribution agreement for exclusive territory with Pik-A-Dilly RV Center in Manitoba, Canada. “We are pleased to welcome our first international distributor in Canada, “declared Anthony Corpora, …

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Nebraska’s African Poetry Book Fund Wins International Award | Nebraska today

After 10 years of celebrating the work of emerging African poets, the Brunel International African Poetry Prize, formerly supported by Brunel University in London, will be renamed the Evaristo African Poetry Prize. The award will be managed by the African Poetry Book Fund at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A partner …

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Eastern Michigan outlasts Florida International in 4 OT

YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) – Nathan Scott hit a free kick with 4:01 left in fourth overtime and Eastern Michigan stayed ahead in a 92-88 win over Florida International on Saturday. Colin Golson Jr. of Eastern Michigan laid out a layup with 55 seconds left in regulation to send the game …

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Firefighters undergo training at Tampa International Airport

TAMPA, Fla .– Large plumes of smoke were visible around Tampa International Airport on Thursday evening. Tampa Fire Rescue Airport Rescue Fire Fighting Division (ARFF) held a training exercise so that firefighters could respond to emergencies at the airport like a plane catching fire. Emergencies don’t happen often, but training …

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Penn State Global Seeks Nominations For Annual Faculty, Staff and Student Awards

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Penn State Global is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Advancing Global Penn State Awards, including the inaugural Penn State Global Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as for the W. LaMarr Kopp International Faculty Award and the Ardeth and Norman Prize Frisbey for international students. Recipients …

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Change in COVID-19 Protocols for Global Travel Impacts International Students at IU – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (WISH) – President Joe Biden’s new COVID-19 security protocols for international travel officially took effect on Monday. This means that anyone entering the United States must provide proof of a negative test within one day of their flight, regardless of their vaccination status. The changes were announced last …

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American coronavirus: United States registers on average more than 100,000 new cases of Covid-19 per day, the highest level in two months

The seven-day moving average of new cases was 121,437 on Saturday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University (JHU). Prior to this week, the United States last surpassed 100,000 cases per day in early October. The number of Covid-19 deaths is also on the rise, with a seven-day average of …

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Sources: Houston Dynamo and Mexico international Jonathan dos Santos held talks

The talks between the parties are not yet too formal, for the most part preliminary. Houston is still looking for a head coach and dos Santos has many contenders in La Liga MX. Jaime Ojeda has already noted Houston and other teams on both sides of the US-Mexico border are …

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Travel to Des Moines International Airport is making a comeback

Sunday marked one of the busiest travel days at Des Moines International Airport since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Driving the news: About 4,590 people passed through Des Moines Airport on November 28, up 101% from the Sunday after Thanksgiving last year, according to airport data requested by Axios …

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International travelers worried after discovery of new variant of COVID-19 – WSB-TV Channel 2

ATLANTA – After the discovery of the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 in southern Africa, many travelers are hesitant to complete their travel plans. A World Health Organization panel says the Omicron variant could be even worse than the Delta variant. They said it could have a higher risk of …

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