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Pioneering tourist trip to orbit ends with a water landing

John Kraus / Associated press In this image published by Inspiration4, passengers aboard a SpaceX capsule, from left to right, Hayley Arceneaux, Jared Isaacman, Sian Proctor and Chris Sembroski pose after the capsule was recovered following its landing in the Atlantic offshore off the coast of Florida on Saturday, September …

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Holiness is everything in your “cabin”

Father Mark Goldasich is pastor of the Sacred Heart parish of Tonganoxia. He has been editor-in-chief of Le Levain since 1989. by Mark Goldasich Oh, sweet summer, when the days are long and life is easy! For most of us, summer ended with Labor Day weekend. However, the season officially …

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Maine Press Association to induct three into Hall of Fame

Three new members will enter the Maine Press Association Hall of Fame on October 23. Dorothy “Dot” Roderick, Dieter Bradbury and Judy Meyer were selected by the MPA Hall of Fame committee and will be inducted at the association’s annual fall conference. Point Roderick Dot Roderick was one of the …

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Unions split over vaccine mandates, complicating Biden push

Andrew Harnik / AP President Joe Biden speaks in the State Dining Room of the White House, Thursday, September 9, 2021, in Washington. Unions are divided over vaccine mandates. The split became larger after Biden announced his intention to require federal workers to be vaccinated and private companies with more …

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County approves COVID emergency relief fund plan

Tulare County Says $ 90 Million in American Rescue Plan Act Funding Will Be Spent on One-Time Projects and Support Low-Income Communities On August 26, the Tulare County Supervisory Board held a special hearing to approve a spending plan of $ 90,552,914 in federal funds. About $ 45 million of …

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