Kansas election security forum mixes campaign calls with concerns about election misconduct

OLATHE — Republican nominee for Secretary of State Mike Brown joined Monday in an election integrity discussion focused on conspiracy theories about election misconduct in Kansas and other states that have potentially deprived President Donald Trump from a second term and threatened the future of the nation. “This room is …

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Matt Talbot K&O plans to add $1.15 million in 30th year | Magazine L

Photographer John F. Keller contributed to our July cover photo (left to right) Alynn Sampson, Chairman of the Board of Matt Talbot Kitchen & Outreach; Susanne Blue, Executive Director; and Lori Wellman, director of development, ready to rain or shine with umbrellas at the site where Matt Talbot’s $1.15 million …

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Texas Republican Party includes anti-LGBT ideology in its new platform – Houston Public Media

The Republican Party of Texas adopted its latest platform on Saturday, including two sections of anti-LGBT beliefs. In the platform voted on by delegates at the party’s biennial convention, a section – titled “Homosexuality and Gender Issues” – states that “homosexuality is an abnormal lifestyle choice”. Chris Halbohn called the …

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Energy crisis lifeline: Insulation can cut over £650 off bills: ‘Save from day one’ | Science | New

As energy bills continue to soar for millions of Britons due to the skyrocketing global cost of gas, alternative methods of keeping homes warm could prove vital. This is why the government is reportedly looking to provide insulation to thousands of homes before winter through a massive £1billion investment which …

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Macron faces tough battle for control of parliament as France votes

After five years of unchallenged control, Macron, known for his top-down approach to power, is considering a new term where he will have to make more compromises. Ludovic Marine | AFP | Getty Images France votes on Sunday in high-stakes legislative elections that could deprive centrist President Emmanuel Macron of …

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Langley rodeo supporters and opponents file complaint with township council – Aldergrove Star

Representatives of the Langley Riders Society came to township council on Monday June 13 to fend off animal rights groups demanding the event not take place. John Scotton, director of the society for 45 years, said the Langley Riders have held 55 Little Britches rodeos as well as high school …

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British journalist’s remains found on Amazon, police name new suspect

SAO PAULO, June 17 (Reuters) – A forensic examination of human remains found in the Amazon rainforest confirmed on Friday that they belonged to British journalist Dom Phillips, Brazil’s federal police said, adding a search was ongoing for a man suspected of involvement in his assassination. Work is continuing to …

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Reviews | If Powell’s tenure at the Fed is a success, what would a failure look like?

Placeholder while loading article actions Just 36 months ago, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome H. Powell said low inflation — it had averaged just 1.7% for a decade — was the biggest economic challenge. from the country. This challenge has been met. Inflation wiped out nominal wage gains; real wages have …

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AAUP denounces the institutional racism of the UNC system and academic freedom

The old well on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. LEONARD ORTIZ KRT The national organization of college teachers has “strongly” criticized the UNC System Board of Governors and the UNC System Office for fostering what the group called a climate of institutional racism and for violating shared governance standards and academic …

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Aasen says ‘no’ to puppy and kitten mills – Hamilton County Reporter

Changes to the city code would make Carmel the largest city in the state of Indiana to ban the sale of cats or dogs in pet stores. Proposed changes to the city ordinance, sponsored by Councilman Adam Aasen, would still allow responsible, licensed breeders to sell animals directly to consumers …

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AACC Elects New Officers for Terms Beginning in August 2022

WASHINGTON, June 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The AACC, a global scientific and professional medical organization dedicated to better health through laboratory medicine, is pleased to announce that Octavia Peck PalmerPhD, FAACC, was elected to serve on the AACC Board of Directors as President-Elect from August 2022. Thereafter, she will serve …

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States lag behind on bills to implement 988 suicide hotline mandate as deadline approaches: Broadband Breakfast

My colleague Craig settles down likes to say he had a “stroke of genius” writing his latest book on building the gigabit city. “I literally had an ischemic stroke at 10:30 p.m. on a Saturday night,” he recalls. “If I had been in a low-income urban community with poor communications …

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Membership of a political party ‘cannot be grounds for arrest’, says UN group – Radio Free Asia

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) has criticized the case against a Vietnamese Australian facing a 12-year sentence as lacking grounds for arrest. The comments came in a published report in the first week of June, regarding the case of Chau Van Kham, an Australian resident and member …

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Pet owners asked to be careful of the heat

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Gulf Coast Humane Society said it wants pet owners to know that walking on the sidewalk during the day for pets is just as painful as it is for anyone barefoot. Lil-Behr, a chihuahua mix, visits the beach with his owner Claudia Saucedo. “We take …

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Changes likely to be made to Little League residency rules, says organization’s CEO

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Changes to the Little League residency rule are likely, said the president and CEO of the world’s largest youth sports organization. Boundaries would not be eliminated, but neither should they be barriers, Stephen D. Keener said Monday at the end of the four-day 28th International Little League …

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Group test announcements to see if Democrats can take on the economy

“The Democrats’ US bailout is one of the worst bills Congress has ever passed. It was a reckless spending spree that caused the inflation crisis that wreaked havoc on the U.S. economy,” Mike Berg, spokesman for the National Republican Congressional Committee, said Friday of the figures from the ‘inflation. He …

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Rodeo proposed for Langley drawing animal treatment issues

It’s been a long dry spell for rodeo-goers in the Lower Mainland. The pandemic and problems in Surrey kept the Cloverdale Rodeo a secret for three years. But now the Township of Langley is being asked to consider a rodeo for the Labor Day long weekend and the idea is …

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Inflation is not cooling. I Bonds and Other Savings Tips to Help Stretch Your Dollar

This story is part So Money (subscribe here)an online community dedicated to financial empowerment and advice, led by CNET Editor at Large and So Money podcast host Farnoosh Torabi. With inflation sitting at a new 40-year high of 8.6%, finding ways to maximize your savings is more important than ever. …

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Is Cryptocurrency The New Gold?

Is Cryptocurrency The New Gold?

Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin and Alt-Coins Words like these cause hysterical responses. There is a tendency for people to be enthusiastically optimistic or comple1tely skeptical of cryptocurrency. While there is a lot of controversy surrounding cryptocurrency, the majority of cryptocurrency experts are beginning to shift their tone. This raises one to think: Why has this …

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FGN June 2022 Retail Bond Subscription Ends Today

By Dipo Olowookere The quintet made up of Lafarge Africa, Dangote Cement, Seplat Energy, Flour Mills of Nigeria and Courteville Business Solutions has been praised by the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited for demonstrating leadership in sustainability reporting. According to the managing director of the exchange, Mr. Temi Popoola, the quintuple …

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Radio Mambi host reacts to sale amid political storm

DORAL, Florida. – Ahead of a scheduled meeting with leaders of a Democratic-backed group intention to buy Doral-based Spanish-language radio station Radio Mambí, a popular radio station host backed by radical Cuban exiles, has amplified fears that the station is no longer a conservative bulwark. Host Ninoska Perez Castellon denounced …

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County Briefing | News, Sports, Jobs

Pawty at the Pines! Pawty at the Pines! Bring your furry friends and join us June 18, 1-4 p.m., for a good time! Whispering Pines Village, 937 E. Park Ave., Columbiana. Discover the Treat & Chew bar from Paws on Main. Games, snacks, water play area, merchandise and …

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Prosecutor Tony Buzbee – Houston Texans, others to be added as defendants in lawsuit against Deshaun Watson

Tony Buzbee, the attorney representing the 24 women who filed civil lawsuits against Deshaun Watson, said his law firm will “soon join the organization of the Houston Texans and others as defendants” in the lawsuits against the quarterback. On Tuesday, The New York Times reported that the nondisclosure agreement Watson …

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St. Jude hid $886 million in unspent revenue last year — ProPublica

ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuse of power. Sign up to receive our biggest stories as soon as they are published. In July 2021, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital announced with fanfare that it had just raised $2 billion in donations, a single fiscal year record for the …

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The Organization | 2 new SD44 cards

Happy Pride Month! SD44-JP016 Hougyokushin Kakusei (Gem God Awakening) / Crystal Lord AwakeningQuick game spellYou can only activate 1 card with this card’s name per turn.(1) Reveal 1 “Ultimate Crystal” monster in your hand to activate 1 of these effects;WHEREIf you control an “Ultimate Crystal” monster: Activate 1 or both …

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What is a 401(k)? What you need to know about this investment vehicle for retirement

When it comes to contributing to a 401(k), it’s important to do your research first. /Getty Pictures If you work for a private company, one of the easiest ways to save for retirement is a company-sponsored 401(k) plan. A traditional 401(k)⁠—named after a subsection of the US tax code⁠—is a …

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Covering political extremism in the public square (September 2022)

Despite receiving the most global attention, the US Capitol insurrection is just one example of a misinformation-fueled attack on the US democratic process. And that has not ended the trend of mainstream extremism. How do you cover elections for an extremely fractured audience? This free online group seminar will help …

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Fixed Deposits for Tax-Saving Senior Citizens Offers Interest Rates of up to 7.25% – Check the Latest FD Rates

Seniors generally prefer to invest their money in risk-free financial products offering lucrative interest rates. Although there are several avenues to explore, fixed deposits (FDs) remain one of the preferred choices for seniors because FDs offer guaranteed returns without any financial risk. One of the concerns of seniors is often …

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Puerto Ricans speak out on political status of US territory

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Hundreds of Puerto Ricans crammed into a convention center on Saturday where federal lawmakers held a public hearing to decide the future of the island’s political status as the U.S. territory struggles to recover from hurricanes, earthquakes and a deep economic crisis. crisis. One …

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Ex-New York cop arrested outside US Capitol with BB gun and ammo

USCP arrests man with fake ID, body armor and high capacity magazines: Courtesy of USCP A retired New York City police officer was arrested Friday morning outside the US Capitol after being found in possession of a fake law enforcement badge, BB gun, gun bullet-proof vest, ammunition and high-capacity magazines, …

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The United States added 390,000 jobs in May as part of efforts to cool the economy

Job gains maintained their impressive advance in May, even as government policymakers took steps to cool the economy and dampen inflation. The Labor Department reported Friday that employers added 390,000 jobs, the 17th straight monthly gain. The jobless rate was 3.6% for the third month in a row, near a …

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Bihar government caste count – The Hindu

Why did the BJP state support the exercise, while the Center opposes a caste census? Why did the BJP state support the exercise, while the Center opposes a caste census? The story so far: On Thursday, Bihar’s Cabinet approved a proposal to conduct a caste-based “count” in the state. Stopping …

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Show hours, demo yard and UTV test track

Attendees will find many changes to enhance their experience at the show in 2022. Tweet that “Attendees will find many changes to enhance their experience at the show in 2022. When we rebranded and rebranded the event last year from GIE+EXPO to Equip Exposition, feedback from attendees was clear. They …

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Nogales in search of new economic direction following pandemic and border policies

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) – Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva was in Nogales to present a check for $750,000 to Nogales Community Development, an organization that tries to jump-start business development and the innovation in its city center. Nogales has been hit hard economically in recent years by hostile border …

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Over 70,000 Livelihoods Strengthened Through World Council IEP Efforts in Peru and Ecuador | 2022-06-01

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Council of Credit Unions brought partners together virtually for the sixth quarterly meeting of the Economic Inclusion Project (EIP) on May 20. Stakeholders presented data showing how successful EIP staff have been in generating better opportunities for the Venezuelan migrant …

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The deadline for the return of former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has passed

Don’t call it a comeback. The deadline for the disgraced ex-governor. Andrew Cuomo to bid for his old job has officially passed. After refusing in April to file petition signatures to participate in the June 28 Democratic gubernatorial primary, Cuomo did not submit the required signatures to run as an …

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Middlebury celebrate the start of the Class of 2022

Vermont Business Magazine Under cloudless blue skies, graduates, faculty, staff, family and friends gathered on the main quad at Middlebury on Sunday to celebrate the start of the 461-member class of 2022. The occasion was particularly festive as it was the first time the community of Middlebury had gathered in …

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WHO: Monkeypox won’t turn into a pandemic, but many unknowns

LONDON (AP) — The World Health Organization’s top monkeypox expert said she doesn’t expect the hundreds of cases reported so far to turn into another pandemic, but acknowledged that there are still many unknowns about the disease, including exactly how it spreads and whether the suspension of mass smallpox vaccination …

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State Bank of Southern Utah awards 2 local students in financial literacy essay contest – St George News

CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — If your kids aren’t learning budgeting and healthy money habits just yet, there’s no better time to start than today. Stock image | Photo by AaronAmat/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News To celebrate April as National Financial Literacy Month, State Bank of Southern Utah reached out to …

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Turkish operation in Syria could happen ‘suddenly’

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s president has told reporters that Ankara remains committed to rooting out a Syrian Kurdish militia from northern Syria. “As I always say, we’ll bump into them suddenly one night. And we must,” Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in his plane after his visit to Azerbaijan …

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The art of managing the new mixed workforce

Coordinating a diverse workforce requires new approaches Getty The only thing that can distinguish one member of your work team from another may be a simple piece of paper – the W-2 form. (Or an equivalent wage and tax return outside the United States.) Today’s work is done by teams …

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Norwood-Norfolk Central School class leaders | Education

Class leaders at Norwood-Norfolk Central School NORWOOD — Norwood-Norfolk Central School class 2022 leaders are valedictorian Madelyn Dinneen; and Catherine Phippen, Salutatorian. Madelyn Dinneen Miss Dinneen, daughter of Lisa Mitras and Daniel Dinneen, Waddington, has a grade point average of 98.15 and will graduate with honors. She has taken several …

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State pension can be key to retirement – five top tips to help Brits later in life | Personal finance | Finance

It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to retirement, but many will have big dreams and big plans. To help get Brits on the right track, Express.co.uk spoke to Suzanne Williams, Certified Financial Planner at Old Mill. She offered him her best advice for preparing …

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Former rebel favorite in Colombian vote could shake ties with US | world news

By MANUEL RUEDA, Associated Press BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — Last year, Fabian Espinel helped organize roadblocks where young people protested police violence and government plans to raise taxes on low-income Colombians. Now, as Colombia heads into its presidential election on Sunday, Espinel walks the streets of working-class areas in Bogota …

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Receive Historic Gift

(KNSI) – The Big Brothers Big Sisters of central Minnesota have 1.5 million reasons to smile right now. The organization celebrates the largest donation in its history, donated by Mackenzie Scott. The ex-wife of Amazon’s Jeff Bezos has made charitable giving a priority in recent years. Big Brothers Big Sisters …

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Federal Reserve’s Powell: Inflation is Job 1, despite recession risk

From stocks to housing to retail, indicators of a slowing US economy are flashing red. And it’s not just the United States: the International Monetary Fund recently lowered its forecast for global economic growth. This may sound like bad news. But for the Federal Reserve, a slowdown could be just …

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Blaine County parent group emerges to support school choice

Pam Johnsen, Mia Miller and Stefanie Holcomb watched with surprise as their new education-focused political action committee attracted hundreds of members within months. The issues that boiled over during the pandemic resonated with other parents, the women found. The Blaine County trio co-founded Push Back Idaho, a political action committee …

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🌱 Online formula scam + police car and electric scooter accident

Hi everyone. It’s Wednesday in Reno and I’m back in your inbox with everything you need to know about what’s happening in our community today. Here we are. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and very warm. High: 88 Low: 57. 📢 I am looking for business owners and marketers …

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Palliative Care Services Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, USA – Palliative Care Services Market The 2022-2029 report has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with input from industry experts. The Palliative Care Services market study sheds light on the significant growth momentum that is expected to prevail during the assessment period 2022-2029. The study …

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Reparations Task Force: What to expect in the Committee’s first report

By Antonio Ray Harvey, California Black Media The California task force to study and develop proposed reparations for African Americans will submit its first report to the California Legislature in June. The 13-chapter document will detail the committee’s findings so far and include related recommendations. Donald K. Tamaki, a member …

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Madigan knew about secret payments to ousted political operative, unsealed court filing allegations – Chicago Tribune

House Speaker Michael Madigan knew in advance that several lobbyists would send secret payments to a top lieutenant he ousted in a 2018 sexual harassment scandal, recently unsealed court records have revealed. The revelation undermines the script the now indicted ex-president released when the Tribune first revealed that his longtime …

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Wesleyan Celebrates Class of 2022 at 190th Launch

Early 2022 On a joyful day marked by ritual and ceremony, Wesleyan University bid farewell to the accomplished class of 2022 at its 190th launch on Sunday, May 22. “I’m extremely excited. I was ready for this day,” said Ama Hagan ’22. “College is full of trials and tribulations, but …

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Police chief urges political parties to stage peaceful protests

Pune Police Commissioner Amitabh Gupta on Saturday held a meeting with the leaders of major political parties in the city and called on them to carry out agitations and protests peacefully so that the law and order situation in the city is not hindered. Officials from BJP, Congress, Nationalist Congress …

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Douglas A. Hall | News, Sports, Jobs

Douglas A. Hall, 67, Loysburg, died suddenly on Thursday. He was born in Altoona, the son of the late Herbert D. and the late Joan S. (Stayer) Hall. He married Joanne Robinette on November 17, 1984 in Cumberland, Maryland. Surviving are his wife; two sons: Tyler …

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Roger Angell, longtime New York writer and publisher, dies at 101

NEW YORK – Roger Angell, the famous baseball writer and reigning man of letters who, for more than 70 years, helped define the New Yorker’s urban spirit and style through his essays, humorous articles and his editing, died. He was 101 years old. Angell died Friday of heart failure, according …

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Firstmark Foundation pledges $80,000 to support CAST Teach High School

“We are honored to support CAST Teach in its efforts to train future teachers,” said Marisa Perez-Diaz, Executive Director of the Firstmark Foundation. SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) May 19, 2022 The Firstmark Foundation is pleased to announce its first grant of $80,000 to CAST Teach, a new high school in …

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Hezbollah leader Nasrallah acknowledges loss of parliamentary majority in Lebanon

Vehicles pass billboards depicting Lebanese Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah ahead of legislative elections, in Beirut, Lebanon May 13, 2022. REUTERS/Aziz Taher Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register BEIRUT, May 18 (Reuters) – The leader of Lebanon’s Iran-backed Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, has acknowledged his party and …

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Purdue Student Life, sports partner in the creation of the Purdue Parents & Families Club

History links Join the Parents & Families Club WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – The new Purdue Parents & Families Club – created through a partnership between Purdue Athletics and Purdue Student Life – offers more ways to engage parents, families and students. …

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Barnette, Oz, McCormick and Mastriano cross the state on the last day of the campaign

SCRANTON — Voters in Pennsylvania head to the polls on Tuesday after a dramatic and unpredictable primary that delivered a day of more twists and questions, with a frontrunner hospitalized, a surging candidate facing new questions and a hanging ending looming in the Republican Senate race. Much of Monday — …

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Assault on Mount Mitchell sells out and attracts over 800 riders

SPARTANBURG, SC (WSPA) – More than 800 cyclists will gather in downtown Spartanburg to begin the hundred-plus-mile assaults on Mount Marion and Mount Mitchell on Monday. Runners start at 6:30 a.m. at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium and follow a 102.7-mile ride to Marion, then climb Mount Mitchell, the highest peak east …

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Edmonton Elks return with new passion on the court

Mirrors are rare at Commonwealth Stadium right now, as the Edmonton Elks do their best to forget about the short-term past and focus on any kind of future. “We’re just looking through the windshield and where we’re going,” Jones said after main camp’s opening practice in the scorching sun, during …

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Redmond art organization launches new way to exhibit more art in the community

the “Lend Me Your Walls” program to exhibit the work of artists around Redmond; art exhibition scheduled for this weekend (Update: added video, artist comments) REDMOND, Ore. (KTVZ) — From paintings to quilts to glassware, central Oregon is home to many talented artists, in a variety of mediums. But the …

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Maryland Prohibits Engaging in Certain Anticompetitive, Unfair, or Deceptive Acts | PC Weiner Brodsky Kider

Maryland recently revised its financial institutions statutes, effective July 1, 2022, to expand coverage of prohibitions on acts or practices that are anti-competitive, unfair, deceptive, abusive, or harmful to the public interest. Specifically, the State will prohibit: (i) spreading any advertisement or making any false, misleading or deceptive representation; (ii) …

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How the Green Party is changing the landscape of world politics

Green parties, once seen as radical outsiders, have steadily asserted a position in modern politics, particularly in Europe. The Greens had already evolved from single-issue environmental groups to broad-based political parties with the ability to dominate elections and represent at the highest levels of government across the world. Experts say …

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PEDIGREE FOUNDATION® Releases Latest Impact Report

Three puppies on their way to forever homes arrive at the Nashville Humane Association as part of a Tulsa Humane Hub transportation program funded by the PEDIGREE Foundation. 119,000 dogs helped in 2021 FRANKLIN, TENNESSEE, USA, May 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The PEDIGREE Foundation has released its 2021 Impact Report, …

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Sambhaji Raje launches new organization and will contest Rajya Sabha’s election as independent candidate – Punekar News

Pune, 12th May 2022: Rajya Sabha MP Sambhaji Raje has announced that he will contest the Rajya Sabha elections as an independent candidate. He spoke at a press conference in Pune. On this occasion, Sambhaji Raje also announced that he would create an organization called ‘Swarajya’ to unite people who …

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Yakima Council removes guest flag policy for city buildings | Local

The Yakima City Council repealed the policy that allows guest flags to be flown on city buildings to honor heritage months, awards, achievements, or groups. The policy, passed in 2020, authorized the permanent or temporary display of flags or banners with the issuance of a federal, state or municipal proclamation, …

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Ginger Karron Hewitt, Devoted to Family

Ginger Karron Hewitt, 66, of Harbeson passed away Thursday, May 5, 2022, at home surrounded by family. Mrs. Hewitt was born on January 13, 1956 in Farmville, North Carolina, the daughter of the late Harvey Lee and the late Bobbie Ruth (Spivey) Stepps. Ms. Hewitt graduated from Frankford High School …

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New hospital safety ratings from Leapfrog Group highlight declining patient experience in pandemic era

Data reveals additional details on impact of COVID-19 on patient safety WASHINGTON, May 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Leapfrog Group, a national watchdog organization of employers and other purchasers focused on healthcare safety, today released the Spring 2022 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, which assigns a letter grade to nearly 3,000 …

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Butler Community College Receives 2021-2022 Innovation of the Year Award – Butler County Times-Gazette

INNOVATION LEAGUE ANNOUNCES NATIONAL AWARD WINNERS El Dorado, Kan. – Butler Community College is a winner of the 2021-2022 Innovation of the Year Award recently announced by the League for Community College Innovation. Butler shares the designation with 31 other community and technical colleges across the country. The only other …

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Americans now view both political parties as equally extreme

Placeholder while loading article actions A poll released Friday by CNN indicates that Americans generally view the two major political parties as equally extreme in their views and policies. It’s an interesting finding in the context of the recent debate over partisan extremism, sparked by Elon Musk’s meme on the …

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🌱 Boise Walgreens Robbery + New DQ Menu + Flock Cancer Walk

Hello, Woody! It’s Monday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s going on in Boise today. Welcome to the Monday edition of Boise Daily. We start your morning with news of a flight in Boise. The city pays our some money for settle a gender discrimination …

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New society in Nanaimo to coordinate response to social issues

A complex set of hard-to-solve social problems has worried residents and city officials for several years. These include health issues such as opioid overdoses, lack of affordable and supportive housing, need for specialized services, and crime. A new independent society is being formed in Nanaimo to coordinate efforts to address …

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Biden’s 3 picks on student loans

Before abortion rights grabbed national attention this week, student loans and competing proposals on how to handle the nearly $1.7 trillion in debt owed by more than 40 million Americans were at the top of the White House agenda. President Joe Biden appears to be preparing for a plan to …

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Shanghai lockdown tests Xi Jinping’s loyalty to Chinese Communist Party

The Ascension beckoned Li Qiang. The senior Shanghai official appeared months away from securing one of seven positions on the Politburo Standing Committee, China’s most influential political body, as his longtime boss Xi Jinping geared up to get a third term in office in November. Yet in China’s most modern …

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Family Portrait Luncheon Offers Hope With Alzheimer’s Disease

Findings from the 2022 Alzheimer’s Association Disease Facts and Figures Annual Report showed that more than 6 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease and dementia also increased by 17% during the COVID-19 pandemic. While deaths from heart disease have fallen by more than 7% over the past …

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