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Caught in the Middle – Journal

The deep pockets had the 2021-22 budget to their liking. They got incentives, tax breaks and grants in the name of the ripple effect. The so-called drop-down spinners in the budget included the manufacturing, petroleum refining, pharmaceuticals, financials, steel, leather, automotive and cell phone segments. The vulnerable and the poor …

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Worcester to publish police records in newspaper

A judge ruled that the city of Worcester broke Massachusetts public records law by failing to disclose records of police misconduct investigations requested by a local newspaper. Worcester Superior Court Judge Janet Kenton-Walker, June 2, found that the city had wrongly withheld the Telegram & Gazette’s police misconduct investigation files …

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Double the big lie

Legislatively speaking By Senator Lena C. Taylor Wisconsin GOP moves bad ballot bills Lena C. Taylor This week, the Wisconsin Republicans doubled their madness. Introducing laws, holding hearings and voting on a number of bills that seek to diminish the rights of others, they have been on a roll. Working …

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Update June 11: Midcoast Adds Three New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. Each morning, the Maine CDC updates its COVID-19 data on its website with the latest coronavirus figures from across the state. Knox County, as of March 2020, has recorded 1,142 …

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Governor Evers visits the Breitenmoser family farm

Dairy Month, Badger Bounceback, Redistribution Discussed By Tina L. Scott MMC staff LINCOLN COUNTY – Governor Tony Evers and Senator Brad Pfaff visited the Breitenmoser Family Farms on Joe Snow Road in Lincoln County on Wednesday, June 2, as part of its June launch. Hans Breitenmoser Jr. gave the governor …

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Sweet Tooth front page ad sparks controversy

Netflix sparked some controversy over its Sweet Tooth ad campaign which involved “repossessing” USA Today coverage with a giant ad for the series. Netflix has sparked some controversy over its advertising campaign for the new streaming series, Sweet Tooth, where the company has, in effect, “taken over” the front page …

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Lead by example on Remembrance Day

By Anthony Fontaine, Las Vegas Sunday 6 June 2021 | 2 a.m For years, I have viewed Memorial Day as America’s most solemn holiday, unrelated to any religion, political party, or ethnic property. It’s American. Yet we are bombarded with reports and images every Memorial Day weekend, and especially on …

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How should Milwaukee spend the US bailout funds?

Members of the public have the opportunity to express their opinions MILWAUKEE — Mayor Tom Barrett, in consultation with members of the Milwaukee Common Council, is asking residents of Milwaukee to share their priorities for spending US Rescue Plan (ARP) funds. The City will receive a total of $ 394 …

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Thursday Newspaper | New York Law Journal

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End of an Era: More Newspaper Carriers in Detroit Lakes

At one point, Viola Anderson, traffic manager for the Detroit Lakes Tribune, oversaw some 70 walking and driving routes through Becker County and surrounding communities such as Vergas, Hawley and Waubun. On the last day of delivery, the newspaper was reduced to 12 city walking routes and nine motorized routes. …

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Mary E. Friant | Wiscasset Journal

Mary Evelyn Friant reunited with her best friend and husband Howard L. Friant on May 23, 2021, a week before her 92nd birthday. Mary Evelyn was born on May 29, 1929 in Newark, New Jersey, to the Honorable George D. McLaughlin and Evelyn A. McLaughlin, née Amberg. The family moved …

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Memorial Day Events in National Cemeteries | The Times Weekly

National Veterans Cemeteries will allow for the massive placement of flags across the United States to commemorate Memorial Day. This is one of many events and ceremonies scheduled for this year and complies with the most recent guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In addition, Cantigny VFW …

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Let’s Be Whole Healthy Food Mobile Pantry

The local organization hosts a weekly food giveaway at Sole Folks in Leimert Park, as well as in Compton and San Pedro. LA Standard newspaper needs your support so that we can continue to create positive stories about black communities. $ 20, $ 50, $ 100, $ 500, $ 1000. …

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FP Newspapers Inc. announces C

WINNIPEG, MB / ACCESSWIRE / May 26, 2021 / FP Newspapers Inc. (TSXV: FP, Financial) (“FPI”) is pleased to announce that Deanna Traa of Winnipeg, Manitoba has joined its Board of Directors. We are very happy that Ms. Traa is joining us. Ms. Traa brings over 25 years of experience …

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A big nest surprise | Wiscasset Journal

Ospreys are big birds. They make large nests which very often sit in the open so that the birds on the nest are visible to all. Brother Andrew and his wife Nina have one of these osprey nests near their house. They have watched a pair of ospreys fish from …

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Montgomery County plans to purchase 1,900 new voting machines

Montgomery County Commissioners discussed the new voting machines at a May 25 meeting. (Screenshot via Montgomery County Live Stream) The Montgomery County Commissioners’ Court has begun discussions to purchase approximately 1,900 new voting machines to replace obsolete ones for county elections in the future. Montgomery County Election Administrator Suzie Harvey …

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An easy way to end robocalls

By Don Whitaker, Henderson Tuesday May 25, 2021 | 2 a.m Like most people, I’m tired of being bored with robocalls. We have a device that’s supposed to shut down a lot of it, but a lot of it still goes through the filters. They are usually “because you stayed …

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Editor-in-Chief at Vermont Community Newspaper Group

A copy of the Stowe Reporter newspaper is pictured on May 24, 2021. Photo by Natalie Williams / VTDigger The editor of the Vermont Community Newspaper Group, which owns five newspapers statewide, is out of work. Jessie Forand’s departure from the besieged media company appears to revolve around journalist Tommy …

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Vail Daily Wins 8 Statewide Better Newspaper Contest Awards

The Vail Daily won eight first and second place awards in the Colorado Press Association’s annual Better Newspaper competition. The Vail Daily competes in Class 2, the largest raffle category, which includes outlets like the Denver Post, Colorado Sun, and Colorado Springs Gazette. The Vail Daily won four awards in …

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The time of peace keeps turning

Doug Mills / AP President Bill Clinton, center, watches Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, left, and PLO leader Yasser Arafat shake hands in the East Room of the White House after signing the agreement on the Middle East in Washington on September 28, 1995. Through Brian Greenspun (contact) Sunday 23 …

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Update May 22: Midcoast Adds Eight New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. Every morning, the Maine CDC updates its COVID-19 data on its website with the latest coronavirus issues from across the state. Knox County, as of March 2020, has recorded 1,110 …

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Update May 21: Midcoast Adds 16 New COVID-19 Cases

AUGUSTA – The Maine CDC has updated its list of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths in the state of Maine. Each morning, the Maine CDC updates its COVID-19 data on its website with the latest coronavirus issues from across the state. Knox County, as of March 2020, has recorded 1,108 …

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Tuesday Newspaper | Daily report

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Readers help a family of newspaper distributors

Young salesman suddenly dies; citizens donate Rs 60K Newspaper distributors are the faceless soldiers who surpass all expectations – be it rain, cold, or delays – to deliver newspapers to your door, even during testing times like these. One of these unsung heroes of the Bavdhan region, Deepak Badambe, 40, …

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New Braunfels to Update Capital Improvement Plan

Ahead of the 2023 bond election, New Braunfels City Council voted to solicit a consultant to help update its capital improvement plan. (Ian Pribanic / Community Impact newspaper) In a May 10 meeting, New Braunfels City Council asked city staff to continue hiring a consultant to help improve their 2012 …

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Johnson brings back a city newspaper

Listen to the audio An “E&P REPORTS VODCAST” with publisher Mike Blinder Alec johnson is the fourth generation to run Johnson Newspaper Corporation, owner of the Watertown Daily Times, a newspaper serving the upstate New York area since 1861. Today, the Johnson family media company has five daily publications, several …

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News publications from local school students win state awards

Student news publications from three local schools won multiple honors at the Georgia Scholastic Press Association Spring Awards, the winners of which were announced on April 21. Among the laureates, Pace Academy’s Knightly News won the first “All-Georgia” award for best newspaper. The oracle at North Springs High School has …

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3 transportation projects to know in Round Rock

Once the project is completed, Logan Street will extend to AW Grimes Boulevard. (Megan Cardona / Community Impact newspaper) Here are three ongoing projects around Round Rock. 1. Expansion of university boulevard Teams will widen the east end of the carriageway from two to four lanes between Boulevard AW Grimes …

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Archaeologists rush to record Rio Grande art

Archaeologists have completed the initial documentation of more than 230 works between 1,500 and 4,200 years old Courtesy of Shumla Archaeological Research and Education Center Archaeologists working on the Texas-Mexico border have documented more than 230 ancient Indigenous pictographs and narrative murals that may soon become extinct due to natural …

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Haidilao Hot Pot opens to Katy

Each Haidilao location has a bar with desserts and appetizers as well as a range of ingredients and spices. (Courtesy of Newquest Properties) The highly anticipated opening of Haidilao Hot Pot at Katy Grand has arrived. At the hot pot restaurant, which claims to be the “Ferrari of hot pot …

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