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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Frank McNally on Dublin-born media magnate Lord Northcliffe who died 100 years ago – The Irish Times

Between the deaths of Arthur Griffith and Michael Collins 100 years ago this month, also died a Dubliner whose influence on the world, for good or ill, was probably far greater than theirs combined. He was born in 1865 as Alfred Harmsworth, but became better known as Lord Northcliffe, by …

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Rushdie attack suspect ‘changed’ by visiting Lebanon, says mother

LONDON: The accused attacker of British author Salman Rushdie was transformed by a trip to Lebanon in 2018, when he became more religious and less outgoing, his mother has said. Lebanon-born Silvana Fardos, from Fairview, New Jersey, described her 24-year-old son Hadi Matar as “a moody introvert” who became increasingly …

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Environmental journey – Journal – webringnet

PAKISTAN’s coverage since its inception has been to accelerate financial development, even when it includes pure framework degradation. Our coverage managers seem to have internalized an illusion: the nation must choose between establishment and growth. This false perception allowed them to steal the pure goods of the nation – water, …

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FBI searched Trump’s home for ‘classified nuclear weapons documents’, newspaper says

The Washington Post newspaper said the FBI was looking for “classified nuclear weapons documents” at Donald Trump’s Florida home when officers raided Mar-a-Lago on Monday, citing people familiar with the investigation. The former US president called for the “immediate” release of the federal warrant used by the FBI to search …

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Maple Ridge Newsboy Receives a T-Shirt from a Reader for a Job Well Done

Marcus Tamba loves delivering newspapers. He enjoys spending time with his father, Bogdan Tamba, who pulls the cart while passing newspapers from house to house. The 12-year-old boy also enjoys the exercise he does. “It helps because I play competitive sports. Exercise definitely helps my cardio,” he said, adding that …

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Primary organizes November races | Cedar Springs Post Newspaper

Published on August 05, 2022. Jennifer Marchand John Moolenaar John Gibbs By Judy Reed The unofficial results date from the primary on Tuesday August 2 and set the races up for November’s midterm elections. This was the first step in determining who will represent voters in the newly formed constituencies. …

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GROW YOUR BUSINESS: stay in touch with your customers

by Dan Beaulieubusiness consultant Of course, you see your customers all the time. You see them when you do their landscaping or when they come to your restaurant for a meal, or when they come in for their monthly spa treatment, or when they call you to set up the …

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HC slams newspaper for dragging vlogger’s child into story, says media should regulate itself’

Noting that it “fully” understands freedom of speech, Delhi’s High Court on Tuesday said the media should regulate itself and bring criticism that it is fair and just, while expressing its dissatisfaction with a newspaper article criticizing a vlogger dragging his child into this. A bench led by Judge …

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JET Natchez – About to Land in Natchez – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

JET Natchez, our initiative to bring commercial air service back to our airport, is about to land in Natchez! Last Tuesday, Mark Cestari, Chief Commercial Officer of Southern Airways, the country’s fastest growing commuter airline, said the words we’ve been waiting to hear: “We think Natchez is a great fit …

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How to avoid burnout among nurses

After living through some of the toughest working days of their lives, nurses across the country are sinking into burnout. How can you avoid this? Nurses today are experiencing burnout at an alarming rate, leading to an influx of vacancies. The ability to retain staff to deliver quality health services …

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Akinchi – first national newspaper of Azerbaijan

By Vugar Khalilov The 147th anniversary of the Azerbaijani national press was celebrated on July 22. Undoubtedly, the presence of a free and impartial press has a crucial impact on the development of a nation’s political, public, social and cultural institutions. The growth of the national press in Azerbaijan was …

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Big Tech crushes American newspapers

Google and Facebook have enormous economic and political power in society, especially over the information industry. Many wonder if they have played a role in the misinformation that erodes our free press and plagues our democracy. Google and Facebook have a digital news content distribution duopoly, which drives people to …

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Orji Kalu’s daughter is the new president of SUN Journal

Neya Kalou July 24 (THEWILL) – Former Abia State Governor Orji Uzor Kalu has stepped down as chairman of Sun Newspaper, which he founded more than 10 years ago. His position is none other than his first and favorite child, Neya, who has now taken on the position of President/Publisher …

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Jaleel asked for newspaper to be banned, iPhone seized in Sivasankar goes missing: Swapna in Kerala HC

Kochi: Swapna Suresh, accused in the diplomatic gold smuggling case, has claimed that the iPhone she presented as a gift to Ms Sivasankar, then principal secretary to Kerala’s chief minister, is now missing. In an affidavit filed in the Kerala High Court, Swapna said that although the National Investigation Agency …

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Escape Academy: How to Find All Collectible Journals | Extra, Extra! Guide

Keep up to date with the latest Escape Academy news with our collectibles guide. I want 100% escape academy? You will need more than perfect grades. To unlock the trickiest trophy/achievement in the game, you will need to find all 13 Newspapers. There is a journal in each level. Most …

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A father abandons his child to flee the police

Visalia Police Logs Sunday July 17At 1:54 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 200 block of East Houston Avenue regarding the shots fired in the area. When officers arrived at the scene, they observed 30-year-old Gabriel Alaniz running north across Houston Avenue towards Garden Street. It was then that Alaniz …

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Man kills ex-wife and four parents after losing interview suit

OKARA: A man shot and killed his ex-wife and mother and their three relatives, as well as injuring three others, here on Saturday after a family court decided a child support action against him. According to police sources, Rafique had married Farzana and the couple had four children – a …

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Race to find Brazilian Amazon species before they disappear

MANICOR: In a remote part of the Brazilian Amazon, a scientific expedition lists the species. Hurry up. “The pace of destruction is faster than the pace of discovery,” says botanist Francisco Farronay, of the National Institute of Amazonian Research (INPA), as he cuts through the bark of a huge tree …

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Electronic Traffic Enforcement Order Introduced by Gonzales Council | pelican post

The Gonzales council introduced ten ordinances on Monday that are supposed to prevent speeding in school zones. Electronic Traffic Enforcement is proposed (Section 19-75 through Section 19-84) to implement cameras and speed cameras, as well as hyper-technical procedures to enforce the collection of fines issued by mail by an out-of-state …

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Nick Kyrgios responds to UK newspaper calling it ‘Wimbledon’s worst nightmare’

Nick Kyrgios reveals he didn’t read the article in which his free pass to the Wimbledon final was described as “Wimbledon’s worst nightmare”. This week Australian media reported that Kyrgios is due to face trial next month for allegedly assaulting his ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari. On Thursday, Rafael Nadal withdrew from …

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Ascension Considers Litigation to Force Relocation of DEMCO Utilities | pelican post

Some of Move Ascension Road improvement program projects encountered a problem, the placement of utilities in the right-of-way owned by the parish by DEMCO. On Thursday, the parish council emerged from Executive session to authorize legal action against the company to force the relocation of utility infrastructure, impeding progress towards …

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Mental Health Recovery – Journal

The World Health Organization (WHO) released a landmark report on mental health around the world last month. The report is pivotal in terms of the evidence it provides on the global burden of mental health as well as the strategies it recommends to transform mental health care in developing countries …

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Jesus wants to emulate childhood hero Henry after sealing Arsenal move

LONDON: Gabriel Jesus is aiming to emulate childhood hero Thierry Henry after Arsenal signed the striker from Manchester City for a fee of around 45 million pounds ($54 million) on Monday. Jesus, who has scored 95 goals in 236 appearances for City, has signed a “long-term deal” with Arsenal after …

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Harbor Dog Stories – WEIRD EATIN’S – by Don

This photo should let you know it’s my turn to tell the Harbor Dog Story this month. Of course, we were young and naive. Of course, we liked to rock. But WE LOVE EACH OTHER. We loved each other so much that we cashed in our lunch money for the …

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Newly Unearthed 1947 Headline From Long-Dead Journal Offers ‘Incredible Insight’ into Roswell UFO Incident

The Roswell Incident has been one of the most studied and debated mysteries in the history of the UFO phenomenon and among the most enduring. This month, Roswell will mark the 75th anniversary of the alleged 1947 UFO crash with the debate over what happened far from settled. It’s not …

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Read the book; Watch the movie …

“Where the Crawdads Sing” – One-time special screening with post-film discussion – Sunday, July 24 at 2 p.m. at the Harbor Theatre, Boothbay Harbor. If you’re like me, when Hollywood takes one of your favorite books and turns it into a movie, your mind begins to generate both excitement and …

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“The Anniston Star” Wins Overall Excellence in the 2022 Alabama Newspaper Association Competition; newspaper wins 13 first places, 30 prizes in total | New

The Anniston Star was a big winner at the Alabama Press Association’s 2022 Media Awards this weekend. The newspaper won overall excellence and 12 other first-place awards in the annual competition, which was judged by the Illinois Press Association and announced Saturday night at the Perdido Beach Resort. at Orange …

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Wausau Pilot Wins 4 Statewide Newspaper Association Awards

Wausau Driver and Review Wausau Pilot and Review won four awards from the Wisconsin Newspaper Association on Friday, including a top prize for environmental reporting. Shereen Siewert, the paper’s founder and editor, won first place in environmental reporting for a series of stories about environmental contamination at Riverside Park and …

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Xi slams sanctions ‘abuse’, Putin berates West

LONDON (Reuters) – Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday criticized the “abuse” of international sanctions, while Russian President Vladimir Putin chastised the West for fomenting a global crisis, with both leaders calling for greater cooperation of the BRICS. Xi called on Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) to …

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Warsaw hosts 30th annual Beaman Home Golf Race

Tuesday, June 21, 2022 7:01 PM Beaman Home Executive Director Renea Salyner (center) poses with two winners at the 30th Beaman Home Golf Scramble on Monday, June 6, 2022. The rain didn’t last long and the day ended with a great day at Rozella Ford Golf …

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Ratnamani Metals & Tubes: Newspaper Ads

RMTL/SEC/TDS ON DIVIDEND/2022-23 June 20, 2022 BSE limited National Scholarship of India Limited Business Relations Department “Exchange Plaza”, 5th floor, 1st Floor, new commercial ring, Bandra-Kurla Complex, Rotunda Building, PJ Tower, Bandra (E), Dalal Street, Fort, Mumbai – 400 001 Mumbai – 400,051 Company Code: 520111 Company code: RATNAMANI Matter: …

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Does a newspaper need an opinion page? | News, Sports, Jobs

The largest newspaper chain in the country wants to get rid of newspaper opinion pages. Lawsuits from Gannett, publisher of USA Today and about 250 other newspapers across the country (including my former employers, the Battle Creek Enquirer and the Lansing State Journal), told the publishers of …

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Chef Andy: “Quickles” is a summer staple

By Chef Andy Owner, Kitchen 57 Now that Mother Nature is adjusting the thermostat, the last thing I want to do is stoke the fire by turning on the oven or turning on the stove. I look for salads of all kinds and make things that don’t require cooking. The …

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Culinary journalism workshop in October

Round Table Productions presents the second in its series of “Writers’ Workshops” with a presentation by award-winning food journalist Kathy Gunst. The workshop will take place in the Barn Loft Apartment at Kefauver Studio & Gallery, Damariscotta on Saturday October 15th. Have you always wanted to write about food and …

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Increased sustainability and technology on Canadian farms

According to the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA), Canadian farms are increasingly sustainable and technologically advanced, and they are rapidly modernizing to adapt to the changing world. The latest data from the Census of Agriculture published by Statistics Canada shows more widespread use of sustainable farming practices, higher rates of …

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Prince William goes undercover selling charity newspaper in central London

Caption: The Duke of Cambridge was seen yesterday dressed as a homeless worker on the streets of London – Photo via Instagram / Vitalijus and Laura Zuikauskas By Jared Wee Friday, June 10, 2022 12:05 MYT KUALA LUMPUR, June 10 – Prince William surprised tourists and Londoners yesterday when he …

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Port: Election conspiracy theorists buy North Dakota newspaper – InForum

MINOT, ND — The fate of the newspaper industry, especially that of small publications serving rural areas of our state, has been depressing. Without the local newspaper, who covers the meetings of the departmental commission? What about city council meetings? What about park boards and school boards and all the …

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Judge orders Pierce County Sheriff to avoid newspaper carrier

A Pierce County judge ordered Sheriff Ed Troyer to stay 1,000 feet from the black newspaper carrier he ran into in January 2021 starting Monday for a year following reports Troyer continued to monitor man on his paper road. The move adds to the no-contact order already in place between …

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A JOY IN CANNES – Newspaper

Joyland, a film featuring a traditional Lahori family coming into contact with a transgender woman, has worked through multiple funding sources, development labs, and more. around the world for many years. He could have fallen into countless traps. Some would have been obvious — exoticisms of all sorts to appease …

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Applications Open for Medical Marijuana Cards – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

The Mississippi State Department of Health began accepting applications for medical marijuana cards on Wednesday, opening the door for Mississippi residents to start buying legal cannabis. Governor Tate Reeves signed into law Mississippi’s medical cannabis program in February, giving local municipalities 90 days to opt out of the program. Adams …

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