Looking past Beer Bikes jacks

Photo courtesy of Campanile Wiess’ laundry room was filled with newspapers. By Nithya Shenoy 4/5/22 11:40 PM Jacks, or residential college pranks, are age-old traditions that are especially popular during Beer Bike week. The Thresher scoured the archives to rediscover old Beer Bike jacks, which included everything from stealing the …

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The second suspect in the Sacramento shooting was arrested with a gun brandished on Facebook hours earlier

By ADAM BEAM and MICHAEL BALSAMO SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A second suspect arrested Tuesday in the mass shooting that killed six people in Sacramento had posted live video to Facebook of himself brandishing a handgun hours before beatings no fires erupt, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. …

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Live Updates: Zelensky Blames UN for Failing to Prevent Conflict in Ukraine

EU member states would consider energy sanctions against Russia among the latest set of potential sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine, a senior European Commission official said on Tuesday. Valdis Dombrovskis, the commission’s executive vice-chairman, said sanctions targeting Russian oil and coal were “certainly an option” as far as the …

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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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The Wanderer at Paper Mill Playhouse is ready for Broadway – Times Square Chronicles

‘Runaround Sue’, ‘The Wanderer’, ‘Teenager in Love’, ‘I Wonder Why’, ‘Ruby Baby’, ‘Abraham, Martin and John’, ‘Lovers Who Wander’ and 22 other timeless songs, by the teen idolizes Dion made up the songbook of many people’s lives. Now they come alive in The Vagabond, which opened last night at the …

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Library to Host Daily Events During Spring Break | Local News

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is hosting a week full of Spring Break activities, starting with Topic of the Week, Monday, April 4 through Saturday, April 9, 2022. The week will begin on Monday, April 4 at 10 a.m. with a snack for 3-8 year olds. This gathering will include …

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Ukraine-Russia Live News: news of civilian casualties and breaking news

BUCHA, Ukraine – Growing evidence of atrocities against civilians exposed Ukraine’s horrific war toll, prompting world leaders on Sunday to threaten even tougher sanctions, including a gas industry lockdown lifeline of Russia, a step some had been loath to take. In Bucha, a newly liberated suburb northwest of the capital, …

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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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Community newspapers are an integral part of our lives | Opinion

Local news seemed to be falling on the minute last Monday. First, Northumberland County declared a state of emergency at its jail in light of the retirement of superintendent Bruce Kovach and too many openings for correctional officers. Also at the jail on Monday, a probationary corrections officer was fired …

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International votes and the lifting of fishing bans seal the fate of the Vaquita

(KGTV) – A few hours south of the border, below the surface of the Sea of ​​Cortez, a war is being waged over a fish called the “cocaine of the sea.” It’s so valuable that fish trafficking is controlled by organized crime. In 2017, Kimberly Hunt of ABC 10News reported …

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From Lake Placid to Ukraine | News, Sports, Jobs

LAKE PLACID — As the war in Ukraine rages on, a few locals continue to plan fundraisers to help Ukrainian refugees, soldiers and civilians. Lake Placid may be over 4,500 miles from Ukraine, but war is hitting close to home for many people living in the village. Residents …

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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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Nigeria has over 70 online lending applications – FCCPC

The Federal Government has stated that there are approximately 70 to 90 online loan applications currently operated by various businesses in Nigeria. The Executive Vice President of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, Babatunde Irukera, made the revelation Thursday in Lagos, during a collaborative engagement with the media to …

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Biden taps into oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices – Daily Local

By ZEKE MILLER and JOSH BOAK WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is ordering the release of 1 million barrels of oil a day from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve for six months, the White House announced Thursday, in an effort to control oil prices. energy that soared after the …

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Eyes on evidence of Pak PM’s ‘foreign conspiracy’ as suspense over no-confidence motion builds; Report says ‘envoy wrote a threat’

Read more pm on Wednesday. However, Senator Faisal Javed of the PTI said the speech had been postponed, Samaa TV reported. He dismissed the idea that someone had asked Imran Khan to postpone the speech. Meanwhile, military leaders are expected to call on Imran Khan soon. The prime minister is …

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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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Albion student newspaper wins seven Michigan Press Association awards

La Pléiade is recognized in the writing of opinions and reports, as well as in design and photography. March 29, 2022 Albion’s latest student newspaper award winners include (left to right) Aura Ware, Sam Semerau and Irene Corona-Avila. By John Perney In a year covered by COVID-19 from January to …

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West Chester man faces multiple criminal charges after pointing fake gun at officer – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – A West Chester man is facing a host of criminal charges after he parked his vehicle in front of a police officer, pointed a simulated weapon at the officer and shouted “boom” before taking off. The incident took place on March 1 in West Chester. The officer …

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Kerala Grade 8 Student Shreya Zoy Wins Grand Prize in Lions Clubs International Peace Essay Contest

OAK BROOK, Ill., March 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Shreya, a 13-year-old girl from Kerala, India, has an idea of ​​what peace should mean to the world. She brought that idea to life with a powerful essay that won her the grand prize in the Lions Clubs International Peace Essay Contest. …

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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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We don’t know the exact daily fuel consumption – FG

Gasoline is still smuggled out of this country, traders say As a country, we still cannot tell the exact volume of Premium Motor Spirit, commonly known as gasoline, that we consume daily, the federal government has said. He said so just as oil traders explained that Nigeria’s inability to give …

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Park District Hires Interim General Manager and Treasurer | Local News

The Bourbonnais Township Park District hired Dr. Ed Piatt as interim general manager and Rob Romo as interim treasurer at a special meeting Wednesday at Exploration Station. The board voted 4-0 to hire Piatt to oversee the district until a new executive director could be hired. BTPD is currently accepting …

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Covid-19 cases, treatments and Omicron news: live updates

On Wednesday, delivery people smuggled food over a barrier at the edge of a lockdown in Shanghai.Credit…Aly Song/Reuters The spike in Covid cases across China, driven by the highly transmissible variant of Omicron, is straining hospitals and locking down neighborhoods in Shanghai, which until recently was considered a crown jewel …

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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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Customs and CBN at odds over electronic import and export assessment

Amarachi Orjiude and Anozie Egole Published March 25, 2022 The Nigerian Customs Service has refuted media reports that the service has adopted e-Valuator and e-Invoicing for importers and exporters introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria. In a statement released Thursday via the service’s official Twitter account, the NCS said …

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Chester County Police Department donated used flak to help with war in Ukraine – Daily Local

West Chester and Caln Police Departments have collected a collection of used bulletproof vests and donated them to residents of Ukraine, who are under attack by Russian forces. The Eastern Palestinian Authority Chapter of the FBI National Academy is working with law enforcement to coordinate a collection of used ballistic …

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Share International Announces Campaign to End All Wars | News

BERKELEY, Calif., March 24, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Share International USA, a nonprofit educational organization, today announced the start of a daily prayer/meditation vigil designed to engage people power to bring the peace in the current Russia/Ukraine conflict as well as all the others in progress in the world. Share …

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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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To the people of House District 64 | Oelwein daily register

The second funnel of the 2022 legislative session ended week 10 on Capitol Hill. For bills to proceed, they must have been passed by one chamber and also by a committee of the other chamber. Of course, there are exceptions. Revenue (Ways and Means) and Expenditure (Credits) invoices do not …

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NEWSPORT DAILY-Local teams looking for more success this season

Port Douglas Fangs An institution in local football circles, Port Douglas Crocs can lay claim to being one of the most successful amateur football outfits in all of Australia for the past 10 years. Meanwhile, super trainer Brad Cooper has made winning flags as easy as having breakfast. Dynasty is …

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Premier League news live: Latest updates ahead of international break, plus FA Cup reaction

March 22, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. EDT Join us tomorrow That’s it for people today. Be sure to check back tomorrow for all the latest updates. Anthony Hay· EPL Staff Editor March 22, 2022 at 2:21 p.m. EDT New Pod on the Tyne Podcast If you support Newcastle, here’s a …

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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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Death of Komsomolskaya Pravda, Russian tabloid daily

During the Soviet period, “Komsomolskaya Pravda” was the newspaper of all trade unions in the Soviet Union and the official organ of the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League. It was founded in accordance with the decision of the Thirteenth Congress of the Russian Communist Party (II) and was …

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Shanghai Disney Resort closed due to record daily local COVID infections | world news

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s financial hub of Shanghai reported a record daily rise in local COVID-19 infections on Monday as authorities raced to test residents and bring the Omicron variant under control, while closing its Disney resort until new order. Until recent weeks, relatively unaffected by the coronavirus, Shanghai reported …

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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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Community Sculpture at Syracuse Team Effort Of Chamber, SWCC

Friday, March 18, 2022 8:53 PM Pictured (left to right) are Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Renea Salyer and student Christopher Jarvis. Photo provided. SYRACUSE – The Syracuse Wawasee Chamber and SWCC Foundation Inc. are thrilled to share a community sculpture created in partnership with …

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New daily local Covid cases in China rebound

SHANGHAI: China reported 2,388 new local cases of Covid-19 with confirmed symptoms on March 17, official data showed on Friday, almost double the number a day earlier, as the country battles its biggest outbreak since the one from Wuhan in 2020. The number of locally transmitted asymptomatic cases, which China …

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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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Growth of the flexible electronic paper display market by 2022-2029

New Jersey, United States,- Market Research Intellect published research papers for “Global Flexible Electronic Paper Display Market Report, Trends and Forecast 2022-2029, Insights by Company, Region, Product and Application”. The market’s production capacity, production volume, sales volume, sales, price and future trend of Flexible Electronic Paper Display are explained. We …

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New luxury and personal care boutique opens in West Chester – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – Odelia, Marie & Patrice is a brand new women-run, black-owned boutique in the borough specializing in luxury self-care products. On March 5, owner Candace Parrish cut the ribbon and began selling all of her company’s hand-made, hand-mixed and hand-poured candles, soaps and body butters at 117 W. …

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Students win Chinese interpretation competition

Three students from the Institute recently won prizes in the Yunshan Cup, a Chinese language performance competition. Two current Middlebury Institute students and an alumnus won prizes in the finals of the Yunshan Cup International Remote Interpretation Competition. Anran Li MATI ’22 won first place in simultaneous interpretation. Xinyun Lu …

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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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Latest news on the Russia-Ukraine war: live updates

War in Ukraine: what you need to know The last: President Volodymyr Zelensky said food and medical supplies for the beleaguered port city of Mariupol, where hundreds of thousands of civilians are trapped behind Russian lines, were due to arrive on Sunday afternoon. Russian forces have continued to shell Ukrainian …

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How a small Kennett craft brewery survived the pandemic and thrives today – Daily Local

KENNETT SQUARE – The staff and owners of the Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen at Kennett Square are grateful for the support of the community that has sustained them during the pandemic – and they are excited to continue to make this central location a fun and welcoming place to …

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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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Today in History, Saturday March 12 | Oelwein daily register

Today is Saturday, March 12, the 71st day of 2022. There are 294 days left in the year. Today’s Story Highlights: On March 12, 2009, disgraced financier Bernard Madoff pleaded guilty in New York to possibly the biggest scam in Wall Street history; he would be sentenced to 150 years …

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Bradley targets housing improvement | Local News

BRADLEY — Bradley Mayor Mike Watson’s to-do list never runs out of items, and the last goal on the list is to improve housing, whether owner-occupied or rental. While the tools are still being worked on – i.e. ordinances to put teeth in place to help the village push for …

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Russians push towards Kyiv, maintain siege of other cities

LVIV, Ukraine – Russian forces appeared to be advancing from the northeast in their slow fight towards the Ukrainian capital, as tanks and artillery pounded places already besieged with shelling so intense that one town’s residents couldn’t couldn’t bury the growing death toll. In past offensives in Syria and Chechnya, …

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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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The Catholic Church Welcomes Seeking Souls — Online

Whitney and Cory Deedrick took the first steps to becoming Catholics during the March 6 election rite at Most Pure Heart of Mary Church in Topeka. The Deedricks decided to join the faith after considering the educational future of their children. LEVEN PHOTO BY MARC ANDERSON by Marc and Julie …

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Richard Franklin Obituary (2022) – West Chester, Pennsylvania

Richard Franklin passed away in his sleep on January 25, 2022. He was predeceased by his wife of 72 years, Jeanne, who died peacefully on March 27, 2020. They are survived by their five children and ten grandchildren: Nancy Franklin (Jim Fulton) and children Ashley (Adam) and Alexandra (Dustin); Mark …

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Oakland A’s News: MLB season delayed, international draft deal spoils

What a Thursday it is, Athletics Nation. April 14 is now the earliest we’ve seen MLB players hit the field, as after negotiation sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday, MLB and MLBPA couldn’t agree on a new deal. collective agreement. This delay is a little different from the original deadline set …

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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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CherryRoad Media Acquires Nine Newspapers From Rust Communications – Mountaineer Echo

Jennifer Fischer, Associate Editor, CherryRoad Media Inc. Parsippany, NJ – CherryRoad Media Inc. today announced that it has purchased nine newspapers from Rust Communications, Inc. The newspapers are published in Arkansas and Missouri. Cribb, Cope & Potts, the oldest newspaper and publications brokerage in the United States, represented Rust Communications …

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37 countries say Russia and Belarus ‘should not be allowed to host’ international sporting events

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said she would travel to Washington, DC on Tuesday to meet her American counterpart, Antony Blinken. The UK will “continue” to “debilitate” the Russian economy alongside its allies, Truss said during a briefing on Tuesday ahead of the visit to the United States. “What we …

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Rising Gas Prices Impact Daily Travel Plans

Gas prices across the country are rising rapidly and to date the average cost per gallon in Vermont has reached $4.18. Vermonters reported seeing prices ranging from $4.29 to $4.39 at gas stations over the past two days. Montpelier’s Tom Vanmeter thinks the costs will impact day-to-day travel plans. “Well, …

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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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Evelyn E. Racz | Wiscasset Journal

Evelyn Elizabeth Trask Racz died peacefully at home with her daughter, Susan, and son-in-law, Steve, by her side on February 25, 2022. She was 94 years old. Evelyn was the wife of the late Steven Racz, daughter of the late John and Ethel Young Trask, and sister of the late …

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Health News Summary: Hong Kong Residents Urged Not To Panic Ahead Of COVID Mass Testing; FDA approves expanded use of cancer drug Bristol Myers Opdivo and more

Here is a summary of health news briefs. Hong Kong residents urged not to panic ahead of COVID mass testing Hong Kong reported 31,008 new COVID-19 cases and 153 deaths on Sunday, as the city’s chief secretary said residents should not worry about an impending mass testing programme, …

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10-year-old kid’s prank reported on flight from Seattle to Orlando, airport officials say

An incident at Orlando International Airport on Sunday night turned out to be a prank, according to airport spokeswoman Carolyn Fennell. Around 5:30 p.m., the airport received a tip from Alaska Airlines operations staff saying there was a possible incident on board a flight from Seattle. According to federal sources, …

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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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Meet the Candidate: Peter Peckarsky for US Senate

By Dylan Deprey Pierre Peckarsky A candidate may say he’s going to ask the hard questions, but when the time comes, will he really? Peter Peckarsky said it seemed like yesterday when he asked Henry Kissinger, former US Secretary of State, if he “had retained the services of a lawyer …

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Freezing rain expected in the region | News, Sports, Jobs

KINDERGARTEN PUPILS At Norway Elementary School – left to right, Ava Peterson, Payton Parsons and Saphronia O’Brien – sing ‘London Bridge Is Falling Down’ while enjoying their recess on the playground on Friday. A relatively pleasant Friday was expected to give way to freezing rain, rain and …

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Magna Gold amends loan agreement with Auramet International LLC

TORONTO, March 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Magna Gold Corp. (TSXV: MGR) (OTCQB: MGLQF) (“Magna” or the “Company”), announces that it has entered into an amending agreement (the “Amending Agreement”) relating to the promissory note and collateral secured property in dated February 11, 2021 (as amended for the first time on …

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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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News blog, March 4: digital newspaper site down; Renovated Albanian Mosque

Proud: Reg Qumall and Eljam Bardi will participate in the unveiling of the renovation of the Albanian mosque. Photo by Megan Fisher Catch the latest headlines from across the Goulburn Valley here throughout the day. Hello, It may be biting the bullet, but today is a good day. Happy Friday, …

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KVPD is committed to financially supporting the Kankakee waterfront project | Local News

KANKAKEE – The Kankakee Valley Park District Board of Directors has unanimously approved the agreement between the Kankakee Riverfront Society Inc., the City of Kankakee and the KVPD to provide support to Kankakee Streams, the proposed recreational development of a 4 mile stretch of Kankakee waterfront property. At Monday’s park …

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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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Restaurant owner says he will buy former newspaper press building and create 70 apartments (copy) | Z-non-digital

Macado restaurant chain owner Richard Macher plans to convert the former Roanoke Times press building into a tower of glass-fronted apartments at a cost of $10 million to $15 million. Macher said he expects to complete the purchase of the building from BH Media Group within weeks and begin renovations …

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Anthony Doto Obituary (1937 – 2022) – West Chester, PA

Anthony Joseph Doto (August 11, 1937 – February 20, 2022) Anthony “Tony” Doto transitioned peacefully home with his family on February 20, 2022. Tony graduated from Downingtown Senior High School in 1955 where he was an academic and a outstanding sportsman, serving as a member of the student council for …

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Russian-Ukrainian War News: Live Updates

Valery Gergiev, the star Russian maestro and prominent supporter of Russian President Vladimir V. Putin, was dismissed from his position as conductor of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra on Tuesday after he refused to speak out against the invasion of the Ukraine by Mr. Putin. And Anna Netrebko, the Russian diva …

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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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Swimmers from Conestoga, Fulton of D-East in fast lane at District 1 Swimming Championships – PA Prep Live

Conestoga continued to shine on the final day of the PIAA District 1 Swimming Championships on Sunday at the YMCA of York County.The Conestoga girls, defending District 1 3A champions, won the district title again; and the Pioneer boys placed second in the boys’ 3A competition.The Conestoga girls had 312 …

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Live Updates: Russia invades Ukraine

The UK will provide an additional $53m (£40m) in humanitarian aid to Ukraine amid the Russian invasion of the country, according to the UK Prime Minister’s Office. The additional aid was granted following talks between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Ukrainian counterpart, President Volodymyr Zelensky, and meetings with Ukrainian …

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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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Ukrainian central bank suspends electronic cash transfers, BTC donations increase

Published February 27, 2022 Ukraine The central bank is cracking down on digital money transfers in one of the latest measures implemented under a nationwide declaration of martial law. Kuna, a popular Ukrainian crypto exchange, shows that Ukrainian buyers are paying a premium for Tether’s stablecoin USDT, which is pegged …

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County Reaches 50% Vaccinated, COVID Cases Drop | Local News

KANKAKEE – After a year and two months of vaccinations, Kankakee County has crossed a threshold – more residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 than unvaccinated. The county becoming 50% vaccinated — officially Wednesday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health — comes months after the COVID-19 vaccination rollout …

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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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Autocam Medical plans to gradually integrate the Medtronic building in Warsaw

Thursday, February 24, 2022 2:46 PM Medtronic has signed a letter of intent with Autocam Medical Device Holdings LLC to lease the Warsaw building in phases. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. Medtronic may leave its Warsaw facility by 2024, but another medical device company is …

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Local nonprofits get pandemic financial boost – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO) is receiving $250,000 in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to support nonprofit organizations throughout the Commonwealth. The grant funding, allocated through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development with support from State Senators Carolyn Comitta and Tim Kearney, …

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