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Declining local and county unemployment rates reported

First published in the September 25 print issue of the Chief of Burbank. Burbank’s unemployment last month registered the lowest rate this year, according to recently released data, reflecting a steeper drop than that seen in the city, state and county in recent months.The local rate fell to 10.8% in …

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Lincoln County Sheriff’s Report: September 27, 2021

As reported by the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office on Monday, September 27: A Gleason man, 49, was arrested last Monday on charges of violating a harassment injunction and four counts of hit and run on bail. A man from Eagle River, 61, said tires were stolen from his tractor-trailer while …

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Flashback: 1926 Midland Newspaper Ads

Not only was the Midland Sun special section portrait from November 1926 of the Town of Midland filled with stories, it was also filled with advertisements from Midland businesses. Some of the establishments did not list addresses because the city was only so big and people probably knew exactly where …

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Groves council defers decision on Okeechobee overlay

Loxahatchee Groves City Council agreed on Tuesday, September 21 to postpone final approval of a comprehensive amendment to the plan creating an Okeechobee Blvd. overlay for up to one year so that it can be reviewed by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council, as well as getting feedback from city …

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3rd Circ. Journal Timing Questions in Union Award Spat

By Jeannie O’Sullivan (Sept. 22, 2021, 6:01 p.m. EDT) – The Third Circuit on Wednesday questioned a claim by a Pennsylvania newspaper that the statute of limitations for challenging a union’s arbitration award was did not begin until the referee’s full decision has been rendered, suggesting that the countdown really …

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Listen to your body, rest! – THE HORNET JOURNAL

SYDNEY ANDERSON A young woman at rest, getting enough sleep. Photo courtesy of Sarah Young. Many people underestimate the importance of sleep for the human body. Sleep is just as crucial, as food and air are necessary for survival. Throughout the day, sleep programs the brain to process emotions and …

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RPBHS teaches students how to overcome adversity

Principal of Royal Palm Beach High School, Dr Jesús Armas, told the Royal Palm Beach Education Advisory Board on Monday, September 13 that his school is dedicated to helping students succeed. Armas, who served as the school principal for 12 years, said the school taught about the events of September …

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Biden’s plan is of great value

By Ron Mitchell, Henderson Monday, September 20, 2021 | 2 a.m There is a debate in Washington, DC, over President Joe Biden’s investment plan to build America back better. Conservatives argue that America cannot afford to spend so much money. The $ 3.5 trillion project invested over 10 years is …

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Lancers Weekend Recap – Times-Union Newspaper

No.13 Columbia Ekes takes victory over GraceWINONA LAKE, Ind. – Grace’s 16th-ranked women’s soccer team and 13th Columbia met head-to-neck in the Top 25 on Saturday.A brief error in judgment from Grace’s defense was the only difference as Columbia escaped with a 1-0 victory.The teams were virtually equal in all …

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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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County attorney fees reviewed by council

Saturday August 28, 2021 5:00 am County Attorney Ed Ormsby is pictured at the County Courthouse in 2020. Photo by David Slone, Times-Union. County Counsel Ed Ormsby’s fees were considered by County Council Thursday during the County Commissioners Cumulative Capital Development Budget hearing. For 2020 spent, legal services were listed …

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR | Waverly Newspapers

A successful 2021 group season The Grand Waverly Municipal Band concluded its 2021 summer season on July 22. Over 70 residents of Waverly and surrounding communities participated in one of our eight concerts. Our youngest players were in fifth grade and our oldest player was 90 years old. Following the …

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The community barbecue in Woolwich attracts many

If you offer a free barbecue they will come, and many have, gather on Saturday afternoons on the lawn of the Woolwich Municipal Office to eat, chat and enjoy live music provided by the Montsweagers. “We had a consistent number of people coming all afternoon,” David King Sr., chairman of …

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Newspaper delivery moves to US courier

Through [email protected] | to August 22, 2021 Beginning with Thursday’s edition, Uvalde Leader-News will switch from door-to-door delivery by carrier to US mail for subscribers living in the city. Subscribers will continue to receive their Thursday issue through Thursday when they receive their mail. However, Sunday delivery will be delayed …

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Newspaper editorial omits relevant facts | Letters

It was sad, but not unexpected, to see the Jefferson County Watertown Daily Times publish an editorial on Tuesday that called my recent decision to end an Ogdensburg city council meeting as “beyond the absurd. And an example of a “tantrum” on my part. The editorial claims that I behaved …

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Joseph M. Provissiero Jr. | Wiscasset Journal

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Joseph M. Provissiero Jr. Joe, 81, who died on June 18, 2021 in Atlanta, Georgia, while undergoing treatment for peripheral T cell lymphoma. . He was born in Paterson, New Jersey on November 1, 1939, the eldest son of …

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR | Waverly Newspapers

Can anyone explain to me why the gas prices in Waverly are so much higher than in any town around us? It is not just an occasion, but rather a daily event. I’ve traveled north at least once a month since April, and Floyd’s two gas stations are always cheaper, …

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Housing Crisis Demands Action – Las Vegas Sun Newspaper

By Susy Vasquez, Las Vegas Tuesday August 3, 2021 | 2 a.m As the executive director of a multi-family association, I have witnessed a massive increase in demand for rental housing across Nevada – something that is also happening nationwide. This demand, coupled with a delay in construction and an …

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The Day – Should newspapers remove the term “Op-Ed”? Yes

This appeared in Editor and publisher Magazine. While change can be difficult, the New York Times’ decision to remove the term “Op-Ed” promotes clear communication with a new generation of readers and is a step other newspapers should consider taking. Originally derived from the location of the article opposite a …

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10 reasons to work for a student newspaper

Attending college is one of the steps on the path to establishing a career. Coincidentally, the activities you participate in and the organizations you join can impact your next steps. Therefore, if you are looking for ways to broaden your horizons while studying, consider writing for the student journal. According …

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Westlake plans multi-purpose lakefront fitness trail

Artist’s impression of the entrance to the Westlake Fitness Park project. A site plan for a mile-long 39-acre lakeside wellness and fitness trail just off Seminole Pratt Whitney Road was approved on Monday July 12 by Westlake City Council . This was one of the many quality of life issues …

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Wildfires threaten homes and land in 10 western states

Pete Caster / Lewiston Tribune via AP Wildland firefighters watch and take video with their cellphones as a plane drops fire retardant on Harlow Ridge above Lick Creek Fire, southwest of Asotin, Wash., Monday, July 12, 2021. L The blaze, which started last Wednesday, has now burned down 50,000 acres …

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Latest updates: Capital Gazette shooter Jarrod Ramos on trial

Survivors of the Capital Gazette newsroom shooting testified during the mental health phase of the gunman’s trial on Friday, describing in heart-breaking detail how they managed to escape or hide under desks. ” waiting to die “as they watched their colleagues shot down. Shooter Jarrod Ramos, 41, pleaded guilty to …

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New suspects arrested in the assassination of the Haitian president

By Evens Sanon, Danica Coto and Joshua Goodman, Associated Press Friday July 9, 2021 | 8:43 am PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Haitian authorities have made further arrests in the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, raiding the Taiwanese embassy where several suspects have reportedly sought refuge, while also detaining two Haitian-Americans and …

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Facebook to fund regional fund for Australian newspapers

SYDNEY, July 2 (Reuters) – Facebook Inc (FB.O) will provide money for an “innovation fund” for 170 Australian regional newspapers under a planned licensing deal, the parties said on Friday, calling the decision a “show of co-operation between the social media giant and local publishers.” The move lends a building …

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Lake County Chief Claims 15 Statewide Newspaper Awards

The Lake County Chief performed well at the Montana Newspaper Association’s 2021 awards ceremony on June 19 at Big Sky. The Leader collected 15 prizes, all in the writing and photography categories, in competition with other weeklies of similar size. Prices are for work completed in 2020. Editor-in-chief Scot Heisel, …

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“Summer Splendor” auction from July 9 to 11

Thomaston Place Auction Galleries will kick off the 2021 summer season with a July 9-11 sale showcasing a magnificent collection of Old Master paintings, carousel figures and decorative rarities. With its exciting inventory of New England real estate finds and the return of internal live auctions (the first time since …

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CJN Named Best Ohio Newspaper | Local News

The Cleveland Jewish News was named Ohio’s Best Newspaper at the Press Club of Cleveland’s 2021 All Ohio Excellence in Journalism Awards, which took place virtually June 24 due to COVID-19. This is the fifth time in the past seven years that the CJN has been named the number one …

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Poll: Many Americans are resuming pre-virus activities

Michael Dwyer / AP In this file photo from June 5, 2021, crowds gather on L Street Beach in Boston’s South Boston neighborhood. By Adrian Sainz and Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press Friday June 18, 2021 | 2:13 p.m. MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Many Americans are relaxing precautions taken during the COVID-19 …

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Emerald Cove student selected as poetry contest winner

Hanna masudi Hanna Masudi, a seventh grade student at Emerald Cove High School, was selected this year as the winner of the Rotary Global Peace Initiative Poetry Contest. Hanna’s poem titled “Pieces of Our Homeland,” a 900-word poem, was inspired by the Peace Poem Competition and her study of Amanda …

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Richard Steager Obituary (2021) – David City, NE

BRAINARD – Richard Louis Steager, 83, of Brainard, passed away on Monday, June 7, 2021 at Ridgewood Care Center in Seward. Rich was born on August 30, 1937 in David City to Mary (Hanus) and Louis Steager. The eldest of three boys, he was a faithful assistant to his parents …

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This week at the Lincoln Theater

«LCCT presents: Women in danger! – In this tumultuous comedy, middle-aged mom Liz has a new man. And let’s face it… he’s just scary. When a mysterious disappearance puts the community on edge, Liz’s best friends leap to the rescue as the wacky caper throws them from the “suburbs” into …

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Workers oppose hospitals demanding COVID vaccines

(Yi-Chin Lee / Houston Chronicle via AP In this June 7, 2021 file photo, protesters at the Houston Baytown Methodist Hospital in Baytown, Texas wave to cars honking them in support of their protest against a policy that says hospital employees must get vaccinated against COVID-19 or lose their jobs. …

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