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Asif Hashmi gets bail in falsification of records case – Newspaper

LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Monday granted bail after the arrest of former Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) chairman and PPP chief Asif Hashmi in a case of alleged tampering with official record. The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) had registered the case against Hashmi and also arrested him. Hashmi’s …

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Health Minister Pushes for Taiwan’s WHO Membership in Brazilian Newspaper | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan will continue to cooperate with the world to ensure that all Taiwanese can enjoy the basic human right to health, Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) said in a statement. opinion piece titled “Taiwan calls for full adherence to who.” In …

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KEDCO updates County Redevelopment Commission on plans

Thursday, May 12, 2022 9:53 PM A representative of the Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation briefed the Kosciusko County Redevelopment Commission on Thursday on the projects KEDCO was working on.Greg Fitzloff, business development partner at KEDCO, said housing was one of the county’s big issues. He told the …

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KABS gets OK for grant application; Eagle Scout Recognized

Tuesday, May 10, 2022 8:34 PM Kosciusko County commissioners on Tuesday recognized Zachary Harris for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Pictured (left to right) are Commissioner Brad Jackson, Harris and Commissioners Bob Conley and Cary Groninger. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. Kosciusko County commissioners …

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ALL ROPE DOG LEASHES ON SALE

CRIKEY!!!!! I take lessons from “Putin’s Playbook”. Two Salty Dogs will ruthlessly invade Waldoboro unless everyone on my newsletter list turns in all their monthly disposable income, pocket change, John McClane, and all Nakatomi Corporation bearer bonds. I’m serious this time. Either way, buy some stuff here this month, so …

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Two Italian restaurants plan to come to Warsaw

Friday, May 6, 2022 7:25 PM Renovations are underway at the former Richards restaurant, which was sold to the owner of the authentic Italian restaurant Salvatori in Fort Wayne. Photo by Dan Spalding, InkFree News. Although there have been many unique restaurants in Warsaw over the …

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Men’s tennis Grace returns to NCCAA Nationals

WINONA LAKE – The Grace men’s tennis team has earned a chance to defend their national crown.The Lancers secured a spot in the 2022 NCCAA National Championships where Grace will aim to repeat as national champions. The tournament will begin next week, starting on Tuesday.The games will take place at …

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Guy With Newspaper is my favorite character from Doctor Strange 2

Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness is creating so much hype, with a plethora of cameos and twists expected as Marvel dives headfirst into multiverse stories. The Illuminati and Captain Carter aside, on Friday we got a pretty cool look at one of the action sequences from the upcoming …

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Phillips Neighborhood History Book Wins Award

Top photography by Aisle Contributor Paula Williamson/University of Minnesota Press by BEN HEATH As part of the 2022 Minnesota Book Awards, scholar David Hugill is the recipient of the Minnesota History Prize for his book Colonial town of settlers. Hugill’s book, published last year by the University of Minnesota Press, …

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Woodlake jar company to launch delivery service

Jason Waters, Woodlake’s community development manager, said the town recently approved Uncle Green’s delivery permits, a prerequisite for obtaining a full permit from the state. Marijuana door-to-door delivery is a different license than operators obtain for growing, manufacturing, processing, and packaging cannabis, as well as selling it in storefronts. “The …

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Board of Aldermen approves water rate hike – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Beginning July 1, city water rates will increase, some gradually over a five-year period. The good news about this rate increase is that despite the rate increase, in 2027 the customer of Natchez Water Works will still pay less for water than ratepayers do today at Clinton, Olive …

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The 250 years of the newspaper celebrated in a new book

The 250th anniversary of the Shrewsbury Chronicle – one of England’s oldest newspapers – was marked by the publication of a book telling the history of the newspaper from the reign of George III to the present day. The colorful story of the Shrewsbury Chronicle is told in Phil Gillam’s …

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Robert S. Arnold Jr. – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

The funeral of Mr. Robert S. “Bobby” Arnold Jr. will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2022 at Bunkley Baptist Church at 2 p.m., with interment to follow in the church cemetery. Reverend Josh Scott will officiate the services, with Franklin Funeral Home making arrangements. Visitation will be held at …

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Pension Legislation Update 2022 | Wiscasset Journal

On March 29, 2022, the House passed a bill that now heads to the Senate for consideration and possible amendment. It is known as SECURE 2.0. Previous retirement legislation known as the SECURE ACT was passed in late 2019. These are legislative attempts to encourage and support increased retirement savings …

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Inmate dies in Chatham County Jail

Pittsboro, NC – On Friday, April 15, just before 8 p.m., Chatham County Detention Center staff members were making rounds when they noticed an inmate who appeared to be in medical distress inside his cell. Upon further inspection, the inmate was found to be unconscious with a weak pulse. Detention …

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Ramadan begins, offers time for reflection for many – The Official Student Newspaper of Indiana University South Bend

By: Tahyia Alvi staff-writer As the ninth month of the Muslim calendar has begun, the holy month of Ramadan has also begun for over two billion Muslims around the world. Ramadan is a time of reflecting on past deeds and restraining bad deeds that corrupt the soul. This includes limiting …

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Sri Lankan newspapers cut page counts and editions continue to print amid economic crisis

Sri Lankan newspapers continue to be printed despite massive economic constraints. The shortage of dollars has also affected media houses, especially organizations active in the printing industry, as newsprint, which is imported, is in short supply. Some newspapers have also reduced the number of editions and pages. One of them …

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The LJSA is not an empty promise – it is a bridge for newspapers that would otherwise close

The Local Journalism Sustainability Act has sometimes been called government aid that will provide more profits to wealthy hedge funds. That’s like saying that pizza (with or without mozzarella cheese) feeds criminals and fuels their business. Sure, criminals can eat pizza sometimes, but a lot of other people, including me, …

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Souvenirs from the Warsaw circuit available for everyone

Wednesday, April 6, 2022 7:04 PM Some of the various memorabilia on display at the Old Prison Museum’s featured exhibition for 2022, “Remembering the Warsaw Speedway” WARSAW – With no physical remnants of the Warsaw Circuit, memorabilia are all that remains of a track that, at …

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USA TODAY Network Newspaper Crossword, Today Sudoku Puzzle Answers

Note: Most subscribers have some, but not all, of the puzzles that match the following set of solutions for their local newspaper. CROSSWORDS USA TODAY Crossword (Available to play digitally on puzzles.usatoday.com.) Los Angeles Times Crossword Today’s Crossword (McMeel) Suburban Daily Crossword SUDOKU clutter Jumble: GLORY HEDGE ITALIC FLINCH Answer: …

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County commission ends ongoing pet boarding zoning moratorium

At a zoning meeting on Thursday, March 24, the Palm Beach County commission voted unanimously to end an ongoing zoning moratorium that has temporarily halted accepting pet boarding applications. limited. At a zoning meeting on Thursday, January 27, the commissioners approved conditional use applications to allow limited pet lodging at …

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Jury sides with York County newspaper in libel case

A York County jury has sided with Mainely Media in a lawsuit over weekly newspaper articles about sexual abuse allegations against a former Biddeford police officer. The civil trial ended on Wednesday with a unanimous verdict in favor of the press group and two former employees. The case involved articles …

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Pemaquid Group of Artists calls for new members

The Pemaquid Group of Artists (PGA) announces a call for new members for the Pemaquid Art Gallery in Lighthouse Park, Bristol, for the 2022 season. The gallery has been in operation for 94 seasons and is proud to exhibit the work of award-winning artists whose work is collected and exhibited …

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China, US work hard to find solution to audit dispute – state media

The Chinese and American flags are printed on paper in this illustration taken January 27, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SHANGHAI, March 27 (Reuters) – Chinese regulators and their U.S. counterparts are working hard to resolve an audit dispute over U.S.-listed Chinese companies …

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Democrats to honor Barb Burt in virtual celebration

Longtime Democratic political activist Barbara “Barb” Burt will be honored by the Lincoln County Democratic Committee (LCDC) with the biennial Frances Perkins Award at a virtual celebration on Sunday, May 1, from 6:30-8 p.m. “Barb’s brilliant leadership, careful cultivation of an enthusiastic volunteer base, and innovative strategies around person-to-person outreach …

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Independent Oakland newspaper ransacked overnight

Burglar hits the Oakland Post Reporting by KTVU’s Henry Lee. OAKLAND, CA. – The Oakland Post, Northern California’s largest black weekly, was robbed overnight and the intruder caught on camera. The weekly’s downtown office was messy on Wednesday and covered in glass after a burglar struck in the middle of …

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Newspaper Advertising Market Forecast Report to 2028 – Type of Outlook, Vertical Study, Significant Companies and Profit Margin Analysis by Million Insights

“Million Insights – World’s Fastest Growing Market Research Database” According to a new report available with Million Insights, the Global Newspaper Advertising Industry Research Report offers in-depth insights into sales channels, challenges, opportunities and the impact of COVID-19. It also offers ready, data-driven answers to several industry-level questions. The Global …

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Virginian-Pilot reporter killed in shooting outside bar

Two people were killed and three others injured in a shooting outside a bar and restaurant in Norfolk, Virginia in the early hours of Saturday morning. One of the victims was 25 years old Virginien-Pilot journalist Sierra Jenkins, a bystander who was caught in the gunfire and died in hospital. …

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After the Flood – Diary

A picture is worth a thousand words; an Indian missile falling in a Pakistani garden generates 240 million anguish. On March 9, a BrahMos supersonic cruise missile was fired from a secret satellite base near Sirsa (Haryana) heading south towards the Mahajan firing ranges. En route, he veered west and …

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Dispatch Journal|Navy News|Women’s Air and Space Symposium

Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones delivers a virtual briefing at the Air Force Women’s Air and Space Power Symposium from her office at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., 10 March 2022. Jones covered topics such as policy review and how Airmen and Guardians can address change …

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It’s Easy as Logic – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

By Jennie Guido I’m a bad Catholic this Lent. I realized when I woke up the day after Ash Wednesday that I did indeed have some chicken nuggets while I was out of town for work. Picture me because I have sinned. Also, I have yet to pick an item …

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Over Mayor’s Objection, Aldermen Vote to Consider Annexation – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — A majority of the city’s board of aldermen voted on Friday to approve a study to determine the feasibility of annexing the Broadmoor and LaGrange areas of the county north of Natchez and the area through the Beau Pre subdivision into the city. the county south of the …

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Gardening pro shares weeding hack in the papers

A viral weed-killing hack in the papers made the rounds, so we asked gardening experts if it worked. If dandelions and crabgrass quickly take over your lawn, try putting down your Sunday newspaper and covering it with a layer of soil. Investing in some of the best weedkillers will help …

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SC County Court clerk gave himself a $30,000 raise

KINGSTREE, SC (AP) — An elected clerk in a small South Carolina county gave herself a $30,000 raise last year using federal money set aside to improve child support collection , reported a newspaper, The county attorney isn’t sure Williamsburg County Clerk Sharon Staggers was appropriate, and the state’s law …

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Who is Yevgeny Lebedev? Boris Johnson accused of intervening to help Russian newspaper owner get peerage

A revelation about Evgeny Lebedev’s peerage raises new concerns about the UK government’s links to influential Russian figures Boris Johnson has been accused of personally intervening to help a Russian newspaper owner win a seat in the House of Lords. This is despite security service concerns that granting a peerage …

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Peter R. Cook | Wiscasset Journal

Peter Royce Cook, of Westport, Connecticut and Boothbay Harbor, Maine, died suddenly at his home in Boothbay Harbor on March 2, 2022. He was 65. Peter was born in Portland, Maine on April 6, 1956, to Judith Miller Cook and Phil Cook. He attended Boothbay Region High School where he …

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Serena Williams slams newspaper for using questionable headline and bad photo: ‘Do better’

Serena Williams does not remain silent in the face of an oversight The New York Times. Marco Piraccini/Archivio Marco Piraccini/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty ImagesMarco Piraccini/Archivio Marco Piraccini/Mondadori Portfolio via Getty Images The newspaper, which ran a story about Williams raising a whopping $111 million for his new venture capital fund …

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Newspaper headlines: Persistent gasoline shortage cripples economic activities nationwide

The planned evacuation of Nigerians arriving from Ukraine to Poland, Romania and Hungary due to the ongoing war has dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation reports that worsening gasoline shortages across the country have crippled economic activities. The newspaper reports that the federal government has revealed that …

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Midcoast Symphony Orchestra will perform “Family Classics”

The Midcoast Symphony Orchestra (MSO) conducted by Rohan Smith, presents two concerts of music for the whole family on Saturday, March 19 at 7 p.m. at the Gendron Franco Center in Lewiston and Sunday, March 20 at 2:30 p.m. at the Orion Performing Arts Center of Topsham. A musical triple …

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Eyes have it – The Leaven Catholic Newspaper

Father Mark Goldasich is the pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Tonganoxia. He has been editor of the Leaven since 1989. by Father Mark Goldasich My glasses. Not a day goes by that I don’t feel grateful to them. Although the frames and prescriptions have changed over the years since …

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Hidden Treasure: Time Capsule Hidden in the Cornerstone of Manchester 1889

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 5:31 PM One of the last relics removed from the University of Manchester administration building was the 1889 cornerstone of Bumgerdner Hall at what was then North Manchester College. Photo provided. NORTH MANCHESTER – One of the last relics removed from the …

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TVMS launches new leadership initiative

Monday, February 21, 2022 9:55 PM Tippecanoe Valley Middle School principal Scott Backus (L) speaks about TVMS’ new initiative called Viking Leadership at Monday’s Tippecanoe Valley School Board meeting, as some of the students involved stand back -plan. Photo provided. AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley Middle School …

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Newspaper Staff Finalists for 16 Statewide Awards | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN — The newsroom staff who produce both The Vindicator and Tribune Chronicle publications are among the finalists for 16 statewide awards announced for their work in 2021. The Editors chief of the Ohio Associated Press announced the finalists last week. The awards in actual order of finish …

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See Newspaper Group Sales Professionals Honored

By The Daily News Staff | to February 18, 2022 METAMORA — The View Newspaper Group 100+ Club Class of 2021, including Maria Zavala, Kathleen Smith, Coreena Storms, Lorraine DeHues, Kristy Riches and Nicole Howard, were recognized at a dinner in their honor Feb. 9. The View Newspaper Group 100+ …

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Marcus Rashford accuses German newspaper of ‘making up stories’ about player division at Manchester United

Marcus Rashford has accused a German journalist of ‘making up stories’ about a player split at Manchester United. Christian Falk, head of football for tabloid Bild, tweeted on Wednesday that a group of England players, including Rashford, had become “irritated” by Cristiano Ronaldo’s influence at Old Trafford. Falk added that …

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Local rental market tearing up homelessness solutions

The side effects of rent control, rising inflation, high demand and low supply have created a housing storm in a county where the median per capita income before the 2019 pandemic was $21,380, or just 58% of the state median, according to the US Census Bureau. Two years later, there …

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Swiss voters mull public aid plan for newspapers and media

It’s a widespread lament that many traditional newspapers, especially smaller local newspapers, and other outlets have seen their subscriptions dry up as international internet giants rush into their traditional advertising markets. Through Associated Press JAMEY KEATEN February 13, 2022, 08:16 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this …

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Over 60 Telegram channels blocked in Germany – newspaper

The Telegram logo is seen on the screen of a smartphone in this illustration taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BERLIN, Feb 11 (Reuters) – The Telegram messaging service, which has proven popular with far-right groups and people opposed to COVID …

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Wawasee endorses the use of Blackboard, EduStaff and Red Rover

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 8:47 PM Wawasee Community School Corporation Director of Finance and Legal Services James Flecker talks to the Wawasee School Board about the benefits of using Blackboard for their website hosting on Tuesday evening. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. SYRACUSE — Steps …

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Applications for the Governor’s Scholarship Program Now Open | pelican post

Governor Edwards has announced that the application process for the 2022 Governor’s Scholars Program is now open. The Louisiana Government Governor’s Fellows Program is an opportunity for college and university student leaders to experience public policy in action, learn the rich history and current affairs of Louisiana government, and earn …

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A Little Help From Our Friends – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

I have often said that our city, our county and our school board are working together like never before. It has been a pleasure to collaborate on workforce development, infrastructure projects and so many other important endeavours. We indeed work as a cohesive unit, and the Natchez renewal is the …

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Plans Announced for Public Baseball Field and Park Improvements – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Duncan Park’s three baseball diamonds could receive upgrades according to Natchez Parks and Recreation Manager Sanora Cole. The fields are in poor condition and need repairs, she said. The first phase for the city to repair the ball diamonds would be to install sod in the infield to …

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Newspaper headlines: Aviation workers threaten to strike over minimum wage

The leadership crisis in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the inauguration of state leaders dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC is set to inaugurate its state presidents and that factions loyal to certain party bigwigs could be the losers. The …

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Authorities Investigate Bomb Threats at Alcorn and Other Colleges – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ – The Alcorn campuses received a bomb threat this morning, which law enforcement is investigating. Natchez Police Chief Joseph Daughtry said his officers were conducting a sweep of the Natchez campus while other agencies investigated a threat to the Lorman campus in Alcorn. On the first day of Black …

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Pence announces his candidacy for county registration

Sunday, January 30, 2022 5:43 PM Teena Pence Teena Pence has announced that she is running for Kosciusko County Recorder.Pence, who has worked for the county since 2009, first as an appeals specialist in the office of the assessor and currently as a financial assistant in the office of the …

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A shift to light manufacturing could boost jobs in Westlake

The fast-growing town of Westlake continued to lead the way in expanding its employment base with the approval on Tuesday, Jan. 18, of 227,000 square feet of “light industrial” space near Seminole Pratt Whitney Road as part of the Westlake Landings project. The request was approved 5-0, with councilor Pilar …

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121 Media, LLC Acquires Star Local Media Family of Hyper-Local Newspapers and Websites | News

121 Media, LLC announced today that it has acquired 14 weekly newspaper titles and related digital assets of Star Media Local from SAW Advisors, LLC. Star Local Media serves the northern and eastern suburban communities of Dallas. This is the first acquisition of 121 Media, LLC founded by media industry …

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Direct lines: January 26, 2022 | Newspaper hotlines

I CAN NOT BELIEVE we pay hundreds of dollars a month for cable or satellite TV and nearly half of that is for commercials. Have we all gone mad? FOR MY SNOW REMOVAL neighbor, there’s a noise ordinance in Fenton Township — 11 p.m. equals a $500 fine. IT’S 20 …

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Chemical identified in Friday’s HAZMAT incident

Monday, January 24, 2022 1:00 a.m. An incident involving p-cresol led to the evacuation of the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex on the campus of Grace College & Seminary on Friday. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. WINONA LAKE – The hazardous material that prompted the evacuation of the …

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Sand Building Road talks turn to association

Alna will ask his lawyer to work with the outskirts of town along Sand Building Road, to form a road association that will include the town. The decision by Selectmen on Friday evening January 21 was aimed at solving the problem of road maintenance, which has been going on for …

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Velma Jean Johnson – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

January 31, 1958 – January 17, 2022 NATCHEZ – The funeral of Velma Jean Johnson, 63, of Natchez, who died on Monday, January 17, 2022, will be held on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 11 a.m. at the George F. West, Sr. Memorial Chapel (West Gate Funeral Home) with Pastor …

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Newspaper headlines: APC could distribute the seat of the presidency in the center-north

The political permutations of the February 26 national convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have made headlines in Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC could zone its presidency seat in the center-north. Senate Speaker Ahmad Lawan said the National Assembly will forward the amended electoral bill to …

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City and schools considering return of ORS

Wiscasset Police Chief Larry Hesseltine told the Wiscasset newspaper on Friday that he was pleased the school department provided two-year funding for a school resource officer. He hopes to get an ORS back into schools as soon as possible, and residents come to see its value so they support its …

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Men’s basketball dominates Blair in blowout win

Story by Charlotte DeklePersonal editor picture by Erin LeePersonal photographer Men’s basketball triumphed over the Blair Vikings 88-45 in their second league game on Friday, January 14. A combination of strong offense and an ability to match Blair’s intensity catapulted them to a high score victory. From the start of …

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Newspaper headlines: Ibadan raised Obas to be great leaders again

Questions about the presidential ticket zoning of the two major political parties in Nigeria dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that members of the Amotekun group are combing the southwest forests to flee from the northwest terrorists. Dave Umahi, Governor of Ebonyi, said the Igbo people …

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Newspaper tricked into using Hasbulla’s photo in photo section

A UK newspaper was brought in to publish a photo of Hasbulla Magomedov in an article about children enjoying the snow. The viral star – believed to have some form of dwarfism – has grown hugely popular on social media platforms, but it is clear that staff at a local …

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Top Headlines of Today’s Nigerian Newspapers, Monday January 10, 2022

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ summary of the top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today Monday January 10, 2022. According to The punchThe National Primary Health Care Development Agency urged state governments to step up mass vaccination against COVID-19 as part of measures to combat the virus. The agency, …

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New year, same old games

Legislatively speaking By Senator Lena C. Taylor Lena C. Taylor I entered the New Year with renewed optimism. As a plan to lose weight, I began to mentally plan for the best that I could do. I reviewed what I needed to lose, but more importantly, what was keeping me …

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From the newsroom: write a letter to the editor, more state information, and more local information

We’ll be presenting state news from a new digital newsroom run by trusted journalists – a move that gives us more time to focus our efforts locally in the new year – tips for writing a letter to the editor as the political season heats up, and more in this …

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“When communication comes from peers, it has a lot more power”: Quad-Cities high school discusses the importance and challenges of high school journalism

By Alyce Brown Click here for updates on this story BETTENDORF, Iowa (Schedules of the four cities) – Local journalism has long been presented as an important part of every community, seen as an integral part of proper functioning and accountability. High schools are a place where local journalism cannot …

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The Salvation Army takes on the challenge of the Creighton family

Sunday, January 2, 2022 5:56 PM The Salvation Army raised money to reach the Creighton Family Challenge during the bell on December 11-18.The challenge was to match $ 10,000 and the Kettles raised $ 10,803.23. This was the second annual Creighton Family Challenge that helps serve others not only at …

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Tribute to a “dynamic and enthusiastic” newspaper editor who died in Australia

Tributes were paid to a newspaper editor who died after a long illness at the age of 81. Mike Broderick joined the North Wales Weekly News in the 1970s when he was independent. He ended his career as Managing Director of North Wales Independent Press in 1998. READ MORE: Tributes …

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Getting to Know Your Community Newspaper | Hours of the Rio Blanco Herald

ONCE UPON A TIME … In 1884, HT founder James Lyttle traveled from Leadville to Red Cliff by train, then from Flat Tops to Meeker on horseback. | STAFF PHOTO HT The first newspaper of what would later become Rio Blanco County was born in Meeker, Colorado on August 15, …

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Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck | Wiscasset Journal

Rita C. Ketchum-Chubbuck, 92, of Montsweag Valley Road, Wiscasset died on December 26, 2021 at Miles Memorial Hospital in Damariscotta. She was born in Bath on January 21, 1929, daughter of Lorenzo and Dora L. (Ouellette) Collins. She graduated from Morse High School in the class of 1946 and went …

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PBSO Updates Royal Palm Council on Assistant Body Cameras

PBSO Captain Ulrich Naujoks recently updated Royal Palm Beach Village Council on the status of body-worn cameras for deputies in the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. “In July of last year, support teams met with seven different vendors to look at what they had to offer and what kind of …

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Judge upholds ruling against NYT over Project Veritas memos

NEW YORK –A New York judge upheld an order preventing The New York Times from publishing documents between conservative group Project Veritas and its lawyer and ruled that the newspaper must immediately waive confidential legal notes it obtained. Westchester County State Supreme Court Justice Charles D. Wood on Thursday, released …

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Shame on this newspaper | AspenTimes.com

The following letter concerns a paid statement published on December 22 on page A15 of The Aspen Times. First, to The Aspen Times editorial staff: How in the name of God did you even print this hyperbolic screed? Do you approve of the ingestion by your readers of hydrochloroquine, ivermectin …

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Grateful for our community this holiday season

The holidays are here again. After two difficult years, I find myself appreciating all that this season has to offer even more deeply. Holidays are a time to give back to others, to ask for help if you need it, and to reflect on things in life, no matter how …

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Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai denies sexual assault allegations

Peng Shuai, the Chinese tennis star whose account of sexual coercion by a former Communist Party leader sparked weeks of tension and galvanized calls to boycott the Beijing Winter Olympics, has denied her claim she had been sexually assaulted by the grievor. Ms. Peng made the comments in an interview …

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