Hidden Treasure: Time Capsule Hidden in the Cornerstone of Manchester 1889

Wednesday, February 23, 2022 5:31 PM One of the last relics removed from the University of Manchester administration building was the 1889 cornerstone of Bumgerdner Hall at what was then North Manchester College. Photo provided. NORTH MANCHESTER – One of the last relics removed from the …

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Newspaper writer says Wales is becoming a dystopian experiment in economic quackery

A columnist for the Daily Telegraph has launched a scathing attack on the Welsh Government’s ‘buzz ideas’. Financial columnist Matthew Lynn has hit out at the Welsh Government’s plans to run a basic income trial giving money to care leavers as well as criticizing Welsh Covid rules, funding green initiatives …

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Biden sanctions Russian oligarchs and banks in Ukraine crisis – Daily Local

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, YURAS KARMANAU, AAMER MADHANI and ERIC TUCKER MOSCOW (AP) — The East-West confrontation over Ukraine escalated dramatically on Tuesday, with Russian lawmakers allowing President Vladimir Putin to use military force outside his country and U.S. President Joe Biden and leaders Europeans reacted by imposing sanctions on Russian …

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Russia-Ukraine live updates and latest news

MOSCOW — A separatist official in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday called on the Kyiv government to “withdraw” its forces or the region, backed by the Russian military, “would take action,” according to Russian state media. , an ominous warning that could signal a new invasion of Ukraine. Russia on Monday …

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TVMS launches new leadership initiative

Monday, February 21, 2022 9:55 PM Tippecanoe Valley Middle School principal Scott Backus (L) speaks about TVMS’ new initiative called Viking Leadership at Monday’s Tippecanoe Valley School Board meeting, as some of the students involved stand back -plan. Photo provided. AKRON – Tippecanoe Valley Middle School …

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Review of daily front pages of Nigerian newspapers | Monday, February 21, 2022

Advertising Naija News examines the major events making the headlines in Nigeria’s national newspapers today Monday, February 21, 2022. Governors of the All Progressives Congress and President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (Retired), will this week choose a new date for the APC national convention, which was previously scheduled for February …

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Minister Alghabra Marks First International Day of Remembrance for Air Crash Victims and Their Families

OTTAWA (ON), February 20, 2022 /CNW/ – The Honorable Omar Alghabra, Minister of Transport, issued this statement today to mark the first annual International Day of Remembrance for Air Crash Victims and their Families: “Today, on the first International Day of Remembrance of Air Crash Victims and their Families, we …

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Newspaper Staff Finalists for 16 Statewide Awards | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN — The newsroom staff who produce both The Vindicator and Tribune Chronicle publications are among the finalists for 16 statewide awards announced for their work in 2021. The Editors chief of the Ohio Associated Press announced the finalists last week. The awards in actual order of finish …

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KKR ready to veto any plan by Telecom Italia to cut network – paper

MILAN, Feb 19 (Reuters) – KKR (KKR.N) could block any move by Telecom Italia (TIM) to set up a network company by vetoing the transfer of last-mile fixed telephony unit FiberCop, reported Saturday La Stampa. The US investment fund, which owns 37.5% of FiberCop, launched a 10.8 billion euro ($12.2 …

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Covid-19 cases, mask mandates and vaccine news: live updates

Receiving Covid-19 vaccines at a health center in Kampala, Uganda last week.Credit…Hajarah Nalwadda/Associated Press The United States will increase coronavirus vaccine assistance to 11 African countries, officials said Thursday, in an effort to prevent future variants and bolster inoculation efforts in the least vaccinated continent. Through the Global Vaccine Access …

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See Newspaper Group Sales Professionals Honored

By The Daily News Staff | to February 18, 2022 METAMORA — The View Newspaper Group 100+ Club Class of 2021, including Maria Zavala, Kathleen Smith, Coreena Storms, Lorraine DeHues, Kristy Riches and Nicole Howard, were recognized at a dinner in their honor Feb. 9. The View Newspaper Group 100+ …

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Best Training Logs For Runners 2022

The very first entry I made in an official logbook was this note in the little yellow Notes app on an iPhone 4: Execution Log 2013Week from 05/13/13 to 05/19/13MON: 11 miles @ 8 min. rhythm, 5×60 accelerations, 10 minutes of base I know because I saved that little note, …

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Radio Rescue: KDUN goes “all the way” | Local News

The circle is complete for Delilah. The nationally syndicated radio host purchased KDUN Radio, a 50,000 watt AM station from Reedsport. This is the station where teenage Delilah got her start after taking a job with then-station owners Jerome and Steve Kenegy. Today, Delilah is heard by over 12 million …

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ViacomCBS International CEO on Streaming and Global Transformation – The Hollywood Reporter

ViacomCBS’ streaming business-focused Investor Day on Feb. 15 focused on the company’s all-in-one streaming push worldwide and related name change to Paramount Global. The entertainment giant’s international reach and global streaming ambitions were more than a passing mention at the event. Led by Chairman and CEO Bob Bakish, Viacom has …

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Marcus Rashford accuses German newspaper of ‘making up stories’ about player division at Manchester United

Marcus Rashford has accused a German journalist of ‘making up stories’ about a player split at Manchester United. Christian Falk, head of football for tabloid Bild, tweeted on Wednesday that a group of England players, including Rashford, had become “irritated” by Cristiano Ronaldo’s influence at Old Trafford. Falk added that …

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Triton increases defensive heat, beats Rochester

Tuesday, February 15, 2022 9:54 PM BOURBON — A second-half defensive change fueled a pair of offensive runs as 10th-ranked Triton in Class 1A outscored Rochester 55-43 on Tuesday, Feb. 15, in non-conference men’s basketball at the Trojan Trench.“We went to a box-and-1,” Triton coach Jason Groves …

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Sandy Hook families settle $73 million with gun maker Remington – Daily Local

By DAVE COLLINS HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The families of nine victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have agreed to a $73 million settlement of a lawsuit against the maker of the gun used to kill 20 first graders and six educators in 2012, their attorney said Tuesday. …

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Modernized Concourse B opens at Memphis International Airport

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) – It’s been a long time coming, but on Tuesday passengers will finally be able to take flight from the all-new concourse at Memphis International Airport. In a few hours, a Delta Airlines flight will arrive at this concourse, a project that costs approximately $245 million. The …

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Local rental market tearing up homelessness solutions

The side effects of rent control, rising inflation, high demand and low supply have created a housing storm in a county where the median per capita income before the 2019 pandemic was $21,380, or just 58% of the state median, according to the US Census Bureau. Two years later, there …

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WAYNE FIEDLER Obituary (1934 – 2022) – Ossian, IN

WAYNE EDWARD FIEDLER, 87, of Ossian, Ind., died Sunday, February 6, 2022 at Lutheran Hospital. Born April 17, 1934 in New Haven, Indiana home, he was the son of the late Edna and Martin Fiedler. He graduated from New Haven High School in 1952. He served as a mess sergeant …

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Police clear way to key bridge between US and Canada, but still closed – Daily Local

By ROB GILLIES and COREY WILLIAMS WINDSOR, Ontario (AP) — Police moved in to clear and arrest remaining protesters near the busiest U.S.-Canada border crossing on Sunday, ending a protest against COVID-19 restrictions that have hurt the economy of two countries even as they held back from a crackdown on …

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Hamas threatens to react ‘severely’ to unrest in Jerusalem

Prosecution tells court there was no unlawful hacking by police in Netanyahu cases State prosecutors say they have found no evidence of illicit phone hacking during police investigations into alleged wrongdoing by former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. “No action has been taken in the absence of a court order,” the …

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Swiss voters mull public aid plan for newspapers and media

It’s a widespread lament that many traditional newspapers, especially smaller local newspapers, and other outlets have seen their subscriptions dry up as international internet giants rush into their traditional advertising markets. Through Associated Press JAMEY KEATEN February 13, 2022, 08:16 • 3 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this …

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Acting Mayor Cavalier Johnson faces test in election

Mayor Cavalier Johnson talks to children about a new literacy site at a Milwaukee laundromat. (Photo by City of Milwaukee) Milwaukee will hold the mayoral primary on Tuesday By Milwaukee Courier Staff Mayor Cavalier Johnson releases his public safety plan. (Photo by City of Milwaukee) Interim Mayor Cavalier Johnson has …

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Home delivery suspended for some Tribune subscribers, Daily News | Local

A labor shortage is forcing the Lewiston Tribune and the Moscow-Pullman Daily News to temporarily suspend home delivery to 2,204 of nearly 15,000 newspaper subscribers next week. The change will happen in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley on Wednesday and on the Palouse on Friday. The Tribune and Daily News are seeking …

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Flathead Lake International Cinemafest Wraps Up Successful Event | News

POLSON – Flathead Lake International Cinemafest (FLIC) 2022 concluded its weekend events on Sunday evening, January 30, followed by encore screenings through Thursday, February 3 at Showboat Stadium 6 in Polson, Montana. Now in its 10th year, FLIC has become a destination film festival for filmmakers around the world. This …

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Over 60 Telegram channels blocked in Germany – newspaper

The Telegram logo is seen on the screen of a smartphone in this illustration taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BERLIN, Feb 11 (Reuters) – The Telegram messaging service, which has proven popular with far-right groups and people opposed to COVID …

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Amy Roe Is County Community Coordinator

Thursday, February 10, 2022 10:12 PM Community Coordinator Amy Roe (L) gives Kosciusko County Council some information about herself after being introduced by County Commissioner Cary Groninger (R) during Thursday night’s council meeting. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. Amy Roe was officially introduced to Kosciusko …

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MLB keeps spring camps on hold, missing opening ‘disastrous’ – Daily Local

By MARK DIDTLER AND RONALD BLUM ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said losing regular-season games to a work stoppage would be a “disastrous outcome,” but spring training remains on hold as the threat for opening day increases. As the second-longest work stoppage in baseball history stretches into …

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As war games begin, Putin praises Russian diplomacy: Live News | Ukraine-Russia crisis

As Russia and Ukraine begin military exercises, Russian President Vladimir Putin praised his diplomats and stressed his demand for “legally enforceable security guarantees” from the United States and the EU. NATO. In a statement on Thursday, Putin said he was confident the Russian Foreign Ministry would strengthen the country’s “positions …

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Wawasee endorses the use of Blackboard, EduStaff and Red Rover

Wednesday, February 9, 2022 8:47 PM Wawasee Community School Corporation Director of Finance and Legal Services James Flecker talks to the Wawasee School Board about the benefits of using Blackboard for their website hosting on Tuesday evening. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. SYRACUSE — Steps …

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‘A new era for silver’: Green paper outlines a digital future for the pound

LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Project New Era, a groundbreaking initiative in the UK led by The Payments Association (formerly The Emerging Payments Association (EPA)), paywith.glass and other private sector stakeholders, supported by Boston Consulting Group (BCG ) as its consultant, today announces the publication of the Green Paper Report “A New Era for …

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Wolf’s final budget, like his first, includes public schools – Daily Local

By MARC LEVY and MARK SCOLFORO HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf’s eighth and final budget proposal unveiled Tuesday would boost state spending to more than $43 billion for the first time, with the Democratic governor asking lawmakers for the biggest increase aid for public schools, plus more money …

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Day 2 of Ambassador Bridge protest stops vehicles from leaving Michigan and limits Windsor to US traffic

The latest developments: Minister of Emergency Preparedness and Minister of Public Safety provide update on protests in Ottawa, Coutts, Alta., Windsor, Ont. Windsor police said a lane heading to the United States was open and moving very slowly. CBSA says the bridge is ‘temporarily closed’, diverting commercial traffic to the …

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Applications for the Governor’s Scholarship Program Now Open | pelican post

Governor Edwards has announced that the application process for the 2022 Governor’s Scholars Program is now open. The Louisiana Government Governor’s Fellows Program is an opportunity for college and university student leaders to experience public policy in action, learn the rich history and current affairs of Louisiana government, and earn …

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The Sheridan Press wins top daily newspaper award | Local News

SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Press was recognized as the best daily newspaper in the state of Wyoming at the Wyoming Press Association’s annual convention in Casper over the weekend. The press won 36 awards in various categories as well as major accolades including second place for Advertising Excellence, second place …

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Women have a strong presence on local ballots | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – A woman’s place is in the House, the Senate and in most 2022 ballot races. A cursory look at local candidate filings for this year’s primary election reveals a particularly strong showing from the women who showed up to participate. It starts at the top of …

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Peng Shuai says the allegation was “a huge misunderstanding”

Job : February 6, 2022 / 10:06 p.m. EST / Update: February 6, 2022 / 10:17 p.m. EST FILE – China’s Peng Shuai serves to Japan’s Nao Hibino during their Australian Open tennis first round singles match in Melbourne, Australia January 21, 2020. Peng’s fate remains a pressing issue at …

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A Little Help From Our Friends – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

I have often said that our city, our county and our school board are working together like never before. It has been a pleasure to collaborate on workforce development, infrastructure projects and so many other important endeavours. We indeed work as a cohesive unit, and the Natchez renewal is the …

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Congress should pass JCPA to help local newspapers – Whittier Daily News

From the beginning of our American republic, newspapers have played a vital role in controlling the power of government. The founders understood that a free press was essential to informing the public of government excesses, which is why freedom of the press is guaranteed in the Bill of Rights. Advances …

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Chester County’s share of opioid settlement ‘pot’ rises to $19 million – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — When Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced last month that every county in the state had signed on to the massive and historic settlement of an opioid lawsuit that would pay more than $1 billion for addiction treatment and prevention, there was also good news for Chester …

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Meet the Falcon Protecting Your Flight at Tampa International | Florida News

By CHRISTOPHER SPATA, Tampa Bay Times TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The hitman stalked his victims from a slow-moving pickup truck on a Wednesday morning. His dark eyes were intensely watchful, but, seeing her dejected, Cheddar grew impatient and ruffled. She wanted to kill. The truck approached, the window rolled down, …

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Plans Announced for Public Baseball Field and Park Improvements – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ — Duncan Park’s three baseball diamonds could receive upgrades according to Natchez Parks and Recreation Manager Sanora Cole. The fields are in poor condition and need repairs, she said. The first phase for the city to repair the ball diamonds would be to install sod in the infield to …

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Daily Covid death toll highest in four months – Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: As many as 42 people have succumbed to Covid-19 disease in the past 24 hours – the country’s highest daily death toll since October 6, when 46 people died in a single day. Additionally, as the country continues to battle the fifth wave of Covid-19, driven by the Omicron …

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John McGinnis Obituary (1946 – 2022) – West Chester, Pennsylvania

John “Jack” P. McGinnis, Sr., 75, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, died Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at Chester County Hospital in West Chester. He was married to Marie Elaine (Frankowski) McGinnis. They were married for 52 years. Marie was the love of his life and his soul mate. Jack had four …

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Biden says US raid in Syria killed ISIS leader

He said he would have more to say later Thursday morning. February 3, 2022, 1:45 p.m. • 6 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article President Joe Biden said on Thursday that a US raid in Syria killed the Islamic State leader. “Last night, under my direction, U.S. …

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Newspaper headlines: Aviation workers threaten to strike over minimum wage

The leadership crisis in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the inauguration of state leaders dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC is set to inaugurate its state presidents and that factions loyal to certain party bigwigs could be the losers. The …

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Iconic internet monster SCP-173 loses its appearance

One of the internet’s most popular monsters, a grotesque concrete figure named SCP-173, is losing face. SCP-173 is part of the SCP Foundation, a collaborative online horror writing project that most inspired Remedy’s Control, and has also appeared in several SCP fan games. But as SCP administrators grapple with copyright …

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Latest transfer window shows MLS has growing global profile

Ricardo Pepi of Augsburg reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Eintracht Frankfurt and FC Augsburg at WWK Arena in Augsburg, Germany, Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Andreas Schaad) Andreas Schad PA As the level of talent in Major League Soccer increases, so does the inevitable loss of young …

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launching a $350 million pandemic homeowner relief fund; applications open – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Homeowners Assistance Fund to help struggling homeowners impacted by the pandemic was launched, and applications for eligible homeowners in Chester County and Pennsylvania opened on Monday. “As we continue to advance our COVID-19 recovery efforts, we must address the growing number of homeowners facing possible home loss and …

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Authorities Investigate Bomb Threats at Alcorn and Other Colleges – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ – The Alcorn campuses received a bomb threat this morning, which law enforcement is investigating. Natchez Police Chief Joseph Daughtry said his officers were conducting a sweep of the Natchez campus while other agencies investigated a threat to the Lorman campus in Alcorn. On the first day of Black …

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Upcoming winter storm delays trial for alleged school conspiracy

Monday, January 31, 2022 6:05 PM John Schultz IV ROCHESTER — A jury trial for a Rochester man who allegedly plotted a Columbine-style massacre in Fulton County has been adjourned until February 7.John Lawrence Schultz IV, 20, 630 W. 6th St., Rochester, is charged with two counts of conspiracy to …

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Missing Chester County woman found dead in Schuylkill River – Daily Local

NORTH COVENTRY – A 20-year-old woman from North Coventry who went missing last week has been found dead in the Schuylkill River. Authorities said she died from exposure to the elements. On Sunday 23rd January 2022 at 9.08pm Angelica Rodriguez was reported missing by her boyfriend and flatmate from their …

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From Marshalltown to speaking internationally, DeVolder inspires change | News, Sports, Jobs

CONTRIBUTED PHOTO Mark DeVolder grew up in Marshalltown and he attributes much of his success as a change management speaker to the Midwestern values ​​instilled in him as a child. By SUSANNA MEYER TIMES-REPUBLICAN The environment in which a person is brought up can shape a person for life. This …

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Pence announces his candidacy for county registration

Sunday, January 30, 2022 5:43 PM Teena Pence Teena Pence has announced that she is running for Kosciusko County Recorder.Pence, who has worked for the county since 2009, first as an appeals specialist in the office of the assessor and currently as a financial assistant in the office of the …

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HOT RELEASES FROM THE PRESS! January 31, 2022 Space Coast Daily News – Brevard County’s Best Newspaper

Your trusted source for Brevard County news, sports, weather and information CLICK HERE TO SEE THE EDITION OF January 31, 2021 CLICK HERE TO SEE THE EDITION OF January 31, 2021 The 21st Century Press Comes to Brevard County BREVARD COUNTY, FL – Space Coast Daily, Brevard’s premier source for …

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Roland Joffe talks about plans for a new international film school based in Malta | News

Veteran British director Roland Joffé has given more details about the new international film school he plans to establish in Malta. Joffé is currently in “in-depth discussions” with the Maltese government and hopes to be able to officially announce the film school, which will be called The Malta Film Academy, …

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KLASEY: From Kankakee to Hollywood: Discovering Merna Kennedy | Local News

Hollywood folklore includes many examples (mostly from the 1920s and 1930s) of charming and talented young women who were “discovered” in unlikely settings and became stars of the silver screen. Probably the best-known “discovery” is that of 15-year-old Lana Turner, who was found by director Mervyn LeRoy in a California …

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A shift to light manufacturing could boost jobs in Westlake

The fast-growing town of Westlake continued to lead the way in expanding its employment base with the approval on Tuesday, Jan. 18, of 227,000 square feet of “light industrial” space near Seminole Pratt Whitney Road as part of the Westlake Landings project. The request was approved 5-0, with councilor Pilar …

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VPF develops 100% hemp-based paper labels

In cooperation with Gmund Papier, the adhesive material specialists at VPF in Sprockhövel, Germany, are developing the first self-adhesive label stock made from 100% hemp. The 120gsm hemp paper is made from pure European hemp fiber and is another sustainable paper alternative to conventional wood papers. The paper is distinguished …

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Tutors International Issues comments on its selection process to find experienced and professional private tutors to provide a luxury education to a select clientele

The key to excellence is professionalism Prestigious tutoring company, Tutors International, world leader in one-to-one tuition, was founded by education consultant and course expert, Adam Caller. Tutors International is more than just a placement agency; he specializes in perfectly matching live-in tutors for select clients, primarily in full-time residential positions. …

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Flats planned at former Rubinstein location – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – Preliminary plans call for around 219 apartments to be built on the now vacant site of Rubinstein’s office supply and furniture store and the former Salvation Army thrift store. Builder Eli Kahn submitted plans to the borough to raze the buildings on the site and build a …

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121 Media, LLC Acquires Star Local Media Family of Hyper-Local Newspapers and Websites | News

121 Media, LLC announced today that it has acquired 14 weekly newspaper titles and related digital assets of Star Media Local from SAW Advisors, LLC. Star Local Media serves the northern and eastern suburban communities of Dallas. This is the first acquisition of 121 Media, LLC founded by media industry …

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Electronic Articles Highlights: January 20-26, 2022 – Pine and Lakes Echo Journal

Here are highlights of what’s been published in Echo Journal’s online e-journals over the past week. Each e-paper contains seven to nine pages of global, national, state, business, entertainment and sports news. Thursday, January 20: Gasoline prices could hit $4 a gallon this spring. The Voting Rights Bill is stalled. …

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Boeing posts $4 billion loss linked to problems with 787 jet – Daily Local

By DAVID KOENIG Boeing announced a $4.16 billion loss in the fourth quarter as the financial fallout from production defects in one of its best-selling planes, the 787 Dreamliner, worsened. The aircraft manufacturer has paid $3.5 billion to cover further delays in delivering copies of its 787 jetliner and compensation …

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Yale graduate students win the international Geneva Challenge with an idea to limit air pollution

Four graduate students have won the Geneva Challenge 2021 for their app pitch to help reduce air pollution by providing Indian farmers with a platform to sell agricultural by-products. larissagiles 01:38, January 26, 2022 Marc Cheung A team of four Yale graduate students and one Stanford University student won the …

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Direct lines: January 26, 2022 | Newspaper hotlines

I CAN NOT BELIEVE we pay hundreds of dollars a month for cable or satellite TV and nearly half of that is for commercials. Have we all gone mad? FOR MY SNOW REMOVAL neighbor, there’s a noise ordinance in Fenton Township — 11 p.m. equals a $500 fine. IT’S 20 …

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MICROFINANCE PAPER SUMMARY: “Best Practices Guidance on Women’s Digital Financial Capability”, published by Accion’s Center for Financial Inclusion

This document discusses methods to increase the “capacity of women to access, manage, understand, integrate, evaluate and use the financial services offered by digital technologies”. The digitization of financial services and products is becoming increasingly widespread, including in regions of the world that are underserved by traditional banks. Investing in …

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Quality water is key ingredient at new Parkesburg area whiskey distillery – Daily Local

HIGHLAND — A distillery just south of Parkesburg is giving Kentucky a real run for its money. Spring House Spirits produces whisky, bourbon and more recently rum on the 100-acre farm known as Chestnut. Grinding, brewing, fermentation, distillation and aging all take place on the farm. The micro or nano …

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Global Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Market Trajectory and Analysis Report 2022 – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) – Global Market Trajectory & Analytics report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Market to Reach US$13.1 Billion by 2026 The global Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Market, estimated to be worth US$9.1 billion in 2020, is expected to reach …

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Chemical identified in Friday’s HAZMAT incident

Monday, January 24, 2022 1:00 a.m. An incident involving p-cresol led to the evacuation of the Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex on the campus of Grace College & Seminary on Friday. Photo by David Slone, Times Union. WINONA LAKE – The hazardous material that prompted the evacuation of the …

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NASCAR Foursome will become Road Warriors IMSA Style at Daytona

A quartet of young NASCAR guns will leave their stock cars at home to compete in next week’s IMSA sports car events at Daytona International Speedway to open the 2022 season. Austin Cindric, Harrison Burton, Chase Briscoe and Hailie Deegan – all part of the Ford Performance program in NASCAR …

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Sand Building Road talks turn to association

Alna will ask his lawyer to work with the outskirts of town along Sand Building Road, to form a road association that will include the town. The decision by Selectmen on Friday evening January 21 was aimed at solving the problem of road maintenance, which has been going on for …

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All aboard for the new Coatesville station – Daily Local

COATESVILLE — Work on the $65 million Amtrak station at Fleetwood Street is underway following an official groundbreaking attended by Governor Tom Wolf. According to a statement released by the 2nd Century Alliance, the new station is being developed to provide ADA accessibility and improve station function and amenities, while …

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Texas AG Ken Paxton refuses to release Jan. 6 records to district attorney

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Attorney General Ken Paxton said the Travis County District Attorney’s ruling that Paxton violated open records laws by withholding information relating to his trip to Washington, D.C., on the …

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Hundreds of Chester County families in need receive support from CCIU students – Daily Local

DOWNINGTOWN—The holidays have been a little brighter for Chester County families thanks to students and staff at Chester County Technical College’s (CCIU) three secondary school campuses, Child Development Center and Career (CCDC) and Holiday Hope Chest Program. The Holiday Hope Chest is a charity event that provides a free day …

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Stocks fall, following global momentum

LONDON — European markets are set to fall on Friday, following a global pullback in risk assets. Britain’s FTSE 100 is seen down around 71 points to 7,508, Germany’s DAX is set to fall around 190 points to 15,707, and France’s CAC 40 is set to drop around 91 points …

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Velma Jean Johnson – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

January 31, 1958 – January 17, 2022 NATCHEZ – The funeral of Velma Jean Johnson, 63, of Natchez, who died on Monday, January 17, 2022, will be held on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 11 a.m. at the George F. West, Sr. Memorial Chapel (West Gate Funeral Home) with Pastor …

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