Target’s New Pride Shirt Has A Historic Queer Organization Seeing Red/Queerty

A new Pride season is right around the corner, which means a whole new line of fashionable queer merchandise from Target. Unfortunately, among the adorable rainbow jumpsuits and inclusive “they/them” pin sets, there is one piece that has a historic LGBTQ organization speaking out. As part of a collaboration with …

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The definitive guide to industry products and services for a sustainable future

Articles A multitude of companies are helping to reduce capital expenditure, reduce energy consumption and improve efficiency. (Shutterstock) In engineering and manufacturing, efficiency is paramount, especially in tough economic circumstances. Fortunately, a host of companies are developing products and services that can reduce capital expenditures, reduce energy …

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Chicago Hosts May 14 Abortion Rights Rally: Abortion Factor in Illinois Supreme Court Race

WASHINGTON — Days before the first votes in the Illinois primary, a coalition of abortion rights groups are holding large rallies and marches on May 14 in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and DC to protest against the Supreme Court’s likely overturning of the 1973 ruling giving women the constitutional …

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Lonestar 24 Hour ER partners with Austin doctor and nonprofit to deliver medical supplies to Ukraine

Donations of emergency medical supplies, equipment and medicines have been delivered to Ukrainian hospitals and the Ukrainian army. (Courtesy of Fotolia) In April, New Braunfels-based Lonestar 24 Hour Emergency Room partnered with Dr. Austin Potter and a Poland-based nonprofit to deliver approximately 100 pounds of lifesaving medical equipment and supplies …

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Woods Humane Society announces free microchipping clinics for National Microchip Your Pet Month

May is National Pet Flea Month and Responsible Pet Sitter Month. The Woods Humane Society says it wants owners to protect their pets and is offering free microchipping clinics at each of its locations throughout May. Weekly clinics are available at the San Luis Obispo and North County locations. The …

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Income annuities eliminate retirement risk

Few adults would do without auto, home, life or health insurance. But the type of insurance that protects against the risk of running out of money in old age is still largely underutilized. This is called a deferred income annuity or a longevity annuity. Economists are looking for ways to …

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Simon Bridges urges party to fight harder in final speech

Former National Party leader Simon Bridges used his final speech to denounce ‘timid’ politics, saying New Zealand deserved a vigorous debate of ideas – not just poll-driven ‘skills’ battles . Bridges is retiring after a 14-year political career that saw him win one leadership contest and lose three others. Provided …

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Greyhound racing comes to an end in the United States after a long slide | News, Sports, Jobs

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) — Vera Rasnake laughed as she led a trio of barking and jostling dogs through Iowa Greyhound Park, but her smile faded when she admitted that after 41 years with the stylish animals , his sport was teetering on extinction. After a truncated season ended …

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Beware of unwanted employee engagement metrics for ESG reporting

Story Highlights Reliable measures of employee engagement reliably predict performance Too many organizations settle for unscientific engagement metrics Only rigorous methods of engagement will lead to the success of ESG initiatives A recent Mattress Firm ad begins, “We’ve got a problem, America. Unwanted sleep.” The ad …

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CMU Athletics and MyMichigan Health Announce Sports Medicine Partnership

History links MT. PLEASANT, Mich. – Central Michigan University Athletics and MyMichigan Health are proud to announce a new sports medicine partnership. As part of the multi-year partnership, MyMichigan Health will provide CMU student-athletes with specialized sports medicine care and streamlined access to comprehensive healthcare services. …

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Prashant Kishor to launch a new political party

Prashant Kishor to launch a new political party The Congress party announced on Twitter on Tuesday that election strategist Prashant Kishor had declined Congress Speaker Sonia Gandhi’s offer to join the Congress party as part of the empowered action group for the 2024 general election. he announcement came a day …

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The BISSELL Pet Foundation Hosts Its “Empty the Shelter” Spring Adoption Event

ST. LOUIS — Animal shelters across the country are at overcapacity, and because of that, adoptable pets might not have a chance to find their forever homes. To ensure that pets have a chance to find loving homes, the BISSELL Pet Foundation is hosting its National Spring Adoption Event “Empty …

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Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay eyes multi-year future with Matt Ryan at quarterback

INDIANAPOLIS — The Colts aren’t viewing new starting quarterback Matt Ryan as a band-aid for a year in the role, owner Jim Irsay said Saturday. The addition of Ryan from Atlanta in March could have initially been compared to when the Colts signed veteran Philip Rivers for a year in …

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Nicaragua condemns businessmen in latest phase of political crackdown

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega attends a two-day meeting with representatives of the ALBA group at the Palace of the Revolution in Havana, Cuba, December 14, 2021. Alberto Roque/Pool via REUTERS Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register MANAGUA, April 29 (Reuters) – Two senior executives of Nicaragua’s largest …

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“All is well in the world”

A Boston family have found their stolen dog more than a decade after he passed away, with the mum describing that after so long they “lost hope” but felt he recognized exactly who they were. Police in Stoughton, Massachusetts responded to a report on Wednesday of a Yorkshire Terrier on …

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Promotion for Heather Phillips | The New York Times Company

I am pleased to announce that Heather Phillips has been promoted to Senior Associate Director, Special Projects. When Heather joined Special Projects to help develop strategically important coverage four years ago, she doubled the size of my team by one person. As Editorial Director, she was a key figure in …

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Banco de Sabadell SA: Sabadell gains 213 million euros thanks to lower costs and improved all margins

Core results (net interest income + fees and commissions – recurring costs) up 20.9% year-on-year Costs down 5.6% YoY and 4.3% in the quarter The fully loaded CET1 capital ratio increases and now stands at 12.45% The Bank achieves a ROTE of 6.5%, in line with the objectives set for …

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Trump becomes target of new ad after Ohio Senate endorsement | New Policies

By JULIE CARR SMYTH, Associated Press COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A group opposing Donald Trump’s endorsement of JD Vance in Ohio’s controversial Republican Senate primary is making the former president the target of a new ad campaign. The announcement from the conservative Club for Growth, which is backing former Ohio …

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Nearly 23 million birds have died as bird flu wipes out farms in 29 states

The incidence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) – which includes the H5N1 avian influenza virus – is approaching a record high set by the last outbreak in 2015, when more than 50 million birds died. As of April 22, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) reports that nearly 31 …

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New app fights deforestation and boosts profits in the Brazilian Amazon – Food Tank

Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon hit a record high earlier this year, according to Brazilian government data. The new AmazonPasto app, published by Instituto Ouro Verde (IOV), a Brazilian non-governmental organization, and the University of Exeter, aims to protect the environment and help small farmers earn a living in deforested …

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Senate grafts costly prescription drug amendment to House pharmacy bill

A late-breaking addition to a House bill to help independent pharmacies in Vermont would grant UVM Health Network an effective regional monopoly on cancer drugs and other specialty drugs. Insurers say the amendment could dramatically increase the cost of these lifesaving drugs. Photo via Pexels A House bill to help …

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Are we becoming a Europe of spies?

A week ago, the influential magazine The New Yorker published an in-depth study conducted by the interdisciplinary Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto, which showed that at least 65 Catalan political and social leaders had been spied on help of the now notorious Pegasus spyware. It is arguably the …

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Game Day: Wild vs. Preds Preview

After starting the weekend with a loss at Tampa, the Nashville Predators will be looking to bounce back tonight when they host the Minnesota Wild at Bridgestone Arena. Tonight’s contest is the fourth and final meeting of the season between the division foes; the Preds have won three in as …

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The hands that rock the cradle remain ubiquitous in Pak

The most urgent challenge for the new prime minister is to secure a $3 billion loan from the IMF. The week of April 3-9, 2022 will go down in the annals of Pakistani history as a vintage week when the nation stood at a crossroads. The heightened political-legal drama between …

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An artist projects an Earth Day protest piece onto a building next to the Texas governor’s mansion

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A progressive political group in Texas worked with a local artist to organize an Earth Day protest that they hoped would make it hard for Gov. Greg Abbott to ignore. Directly across from the Texas Governor’s mansion, Claire Eby projected a collection of artwork Friday night onto …

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City calls for answers for small business relief program

Mayor Jon Mitchell and city officials are asking for answers from local nonprofits interested in supporting small businesses, managing federal funds to provide targeted grants and technical assistance. The small business relief program is the city’s fourth announcement of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)-funded investments designed to address the economic …

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How to do better for the Earth as a school: paperless!

With Earth Day today, schools are likely to be thinking of ways to demonstrate their commitment to sustainability. Every day offers a wealth of opportunities to make small changes that add up to big improvements – from replacing disposable paper towels with reusable ones, to building a classroom compost bin …

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Toki, Channel, Achilles and Ruby

BARRON AND CLAIRE EAU COUNTIES, Wisconsin (WEAU) – Three dogs hope to find a new home together. Toki, Channel, and Achilles arrived in a transport to Barron County after being returned by their owner in Texas. Toki is a nine-year-old male husky, Channel is a nine-year-old female husky, and Achille …

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New Hannover organization in top 10 for cigarette butt recycling

Each bucket holds approximately 8 pounds of cigarette waste, or nearly 8,000 individual butts. (Courtesy of Keep New Hanover Beautiful) NEW HANOVER COUNTY — For the past five years, Keep New Hanover Beautiful has been recycling cigarette butts in the county — and some neighboring counties — to help reduce …

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Germany Overthrows Singapore as Most Crypto-Friendly Country: New Rankings Reveal

Neither the author, Kingsley Alo, nor this website, The Tokenist, provides financial advice. Please review our website policy before making any financial decisions. Coincub ranked Germany as the most crypto-friendly country in the world in its latest quarterly Global Crypto Rankings. The Central European country moved up two places from …

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Carroll County School Board to Develop New Political Symbols Policy

Placeholder while loading article actions The Carroll County School Board voted last week to develop a new policy on the use of political symbols, particularly flags, inside public school buildings. The decision came in response to some parental concerns about the rainbow pride flags that some Carroll County public school …

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​🌱Women’s Hall Of Fame + Events & Gala 4 Vets + SD Pet Day On The Bay

Morning, San Diego! Here’s everything you need to know to start the day. Here’s everything you need to know around San Diego today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partially sunny. High: 69, Low: 59. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand …

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Soccer players challenge France’s hijab ban

SARCELLES, France – Every time Mama Diakité goes to a football match, her stomach clumps. It happened again on a recent Saturday afternoon in Sarcelles, in the northern suburbs of Paris. Her amateur team had come to face the local club, and Diakité, a 23-year-old Muslim midfielder, feared she would …

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Little known political party DIM ED petitions for dialogue – ZimEye

Little-known petitions from the DIM ED political party for dialogue By correspondent – Chairman of the little-known Diplomatic Intelligence Movement (DIM) political party, Ashley Zhou, has petitioned President Emmerson Mnangagwa for a dialogue on youth participation in Zimbabwean politics. He also wants to discuss British and American compensation in Zimbabwe. …

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Prince Edward County News countylive.ca

Council approved a draft by-law that defines the scope of the county’s new destination marketing organization to oversee marketing, promotions and visitor services in Prince Edward County. Councilors pointed out that the bylaw should include that the DMO hold open public meetings with agendas. He also decided to keep the …

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This new report sets out 6 key principles to adopt in higher education |

As concerns about affordability grow, colleges can tap into MHEC’s resources to better explore course costs and benefits. Adobe Stock A college or university that switches to open educational resources (OER) can save students an average of about $116 per course. Imagine the exponential savings when that number is multiplied …

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RI political parties establish relations with China despite their anti-communist ideology – Universities

Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat (The Conversation Indonesia) Jakarta ● Fri, April 15, 2022 2022-04-15 10:09 0 0c06e8ca436d6e21bba3a708565eea7d 2 Academia Indonesia, China, ideology, political parties, communism, nationalism, vote Free Southeast Asia’s Largest Economy Indonesia has been increasingly intimate in various sectors with the world’s second largest economy, China. China-Indonesia relations do not …

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Who owns the companies destroying the rainforest in the heart of New Guinea?

New Guinea, home to the world’s third largest rainforest, also contains the world’s largest planned oil palm plantation. Covering 2,800 square kilometers (1,100 square miles), the Tanah Merah project is almost the size of the US state of Rhode Island. However, the true owners of the seven concessions that make …

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Direct primary care as a subscription supplement

Subscriptions offer affordable ways to continuously access valuable experiences that benefit both customer and provider, so why not add healthcare to that mix? It already does, although web searches for “subscription health care” are confusing. The term for subscription health plans is “direct primary care” (DCP), in which insurance does …

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Canadian steel tycoon Barry Zekelman fined C$1.2m for donating to Trump-aligned political group

Canadian steel tycoon Barry Zekelman and his companies have been fined the equivalent of C$1.2 million ($975,000) for donating $2.2 million ($1.75 million ) to an organization created to support former US President Donald Trump. agenda. The U.S. Federal Election Commission (FEC) found that in 2018 Windsor, Ontario-born Zekelman violated …

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Richard “Rich” Gilliand | obituary

Richard “Rich” E. Gilliand January 27, 1940 – April 8, 2022 Richard (Rich) E. Gilliand, 82, of Meadville, died April 8, 2022. He was born January 27, 1940 in Meadville, the son of the late George A. and the late Cleo (Walters) Gilliand. On October 18, 2002, he married Claudia …

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CreativeMornings breakfast conference builds community through passion – The Cavalier Daily

On Friday morning, a group of creative minds from Charlottesville tuned into a Zoom call. The goal? Have a coffee and listen to an artist talk about his journey. This is the general premise of CreativeMatins.The original idea was to unite the creative minds of New York over a free …

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Vantage Bank Texas made headlines with its new Bitcoin payment option for employees

Earlier this week, Vantage Bank Texas made headlines with its new Bitcoin payment option for employees. Vantage Bank HR Director Eric Thompson explained how the Bitcoin Savings Plan was designed. It’s a new program they started and they asked us if we would be interested in participating. Image source: Company …

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Monthly check for $2,753: Which political organizations are behind the proposal?

Those receiving Social Security benefits can count on their monthly payments being adjusted each year to account for inflation. This is especially important for maintaining the purchasing power of older Americans who often live on a fixed budget, as rising prices hit their wallets harder. This year, the Social Security …

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🌱 HCFR Grad Class Breaks Records + New NMB Beach Chair Rental Options

Joyful Sunday, neighbors! Today is April 10, 2022and here’s everything you need to know today in and around the myrtle beach and Great Strand region. First, today’s weather forecast: Quite sunny. High: 66 Low: 52. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow …

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Miami organization jumps into spotlight with weekend competition

It’s 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 2, and athletes from across the country are gathering in the depths of Phillips Hall at the University of Miami. These student-athletes from Ohio State University, the University of Notre Dame and even Stanford University trained for months or years, honing their craft in …

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Do more with your tax return | Business

According to the IRS, the average tax refund for returns received in 2022 so far is $3,473. That’s up from the 2021 average of $3,021 on the same date. If you’re one of those who recently received a tax refund or expect to receive one soon, now is a great …

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Political Ad Spending Rises in North Carolina, Boosted by Outside Groups :: WRAL.com

By Ali Ingersoll, WRAL Investigative Data Reporter Candidates from all political backgrounds are pouring millions into ads in the run-up to the May 17 primary election in North Carolina. Intensity surged this week, fueled by outside backers. In the Triangle market alone, at least $530,000 was spent this week on …

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Registration opens for ECCHA’s 36th Fido & Friends 5K

CLEAR WATER, Wis. (WEAU) – May 14 will mark the 36th annual Fido and Friends 5K Run and Walk at Carson Park in Eau Claire. Starting at 8:30 a.m., attendees can enjoy the race, raffles, and vendor stalls. It’s for a good cause – the Eau Claire County Humanitarian Association. …

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Environmental organization sues Nylon Corporation of America

The Conservation Law Foundation filed a water quality law court case against the Nylon Corporation of America, claiming the Manchester-based company polluted the Merrimack River and breached its sewage and stormwater permits. Erica Kyzmir-McKeon, an attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation, said the company’s sewage and stormwater discharges were polluting …

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West Community Credit Union selects Lumin Digital to provide enhanced digital banking services

SAN RAMON, Calif. , April 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Lumin Digital, a PSCU company, today announced that Missouri-based West Community Credit Union (WCCU) has signed a multi-year agreement for Lumin Digital’s cloud-native platform for solutions online and mobile digital banking. Once WCCU goes live on the platform in October 2022Lumin …

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Inaugural speech: “All political parties must rise to the patriotic duty of secularism” – Yechury | Special | Deshabhimani

During the inauguration of the 23rd Party Congress of the CPI-M, its general secretary Sitaram Yechury declared that Hindutva communitarianism could only be fought by defending uncompromising secularism. All political parties that proclaim secularism must seize the opportunity to fulfill this patriotic duty. The Congress party as well as the …

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Business notes: 04/06/2022 | Business

Minch Popa The Northwest Michigan Community Action Agency has two new budget/housing coaches certified by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Alexis Minch and Allison Popa each obtained their certification on March 30. Minch started with the NMCAA in November 2021. Prior to joining the NMCAA, Minch …

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First on CNN: Republican operatives launch new group to elect GOP women governors

The group, called Right Direction Women, aims to elevate GOP women in governor’s mansions across the country at a time when only three are currently occupied by Republican women: Alabama’s Kay Ivey, Kim Reynolds from Iowa and Kristi Noem from South Dakota. . Chaired by former New Mexico Governor Susana …

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Redwood Credit Union Wins Three Industry Marketing Awards

Bryan Haas, Senior Vice President of Product and Member Engagement We are honored to be recognized for doing the work we are passionate about: helping our members achieve financial well-being so they can live the life they love. SANTA ROSA, CA (PRWEB) April 05, 2022 Redwood Credit Union recently …

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New Scripps Political CTV Consortium Delivers Scale and Efficiency for Political Advertisers

“Collectively, we have an inventory wall, and we’ve found a way to work together to make it easier for agencies to access,” said Samantha Osbornesenior director of national sales for the Scripps Political CTV Consortium at washington d.c. “They can reach a high percentage of voters while making their own …

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Derek James – WCCB Charlotte’s CW

WCCB News Rising Co-Host/Staff Meteorologist Derek James has been part of the WCCB Charlotte team since January 2005. Derek holds a meteorology certificate from Mississippi State University. Alongside the co-hosting of Rising from 5am-9am Derek writes, produces and hosts “The Snark Report”, a daily five-minute entertainment news segment filled with …

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Britain’s NHS is adding nine new coronavirus symptoms to its list. Check them out!, World News

The NHS has expanded the official list of COVID-19 symptoms to include nine new ones. New symptoms include sore throat, lethargy and headache. According to the NHS website, they join the other three symptoms of a fever, new and persistent cough and loss or change of taste or smell. Read …

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Daily News Girls Basketball All-Stars 2022: Avery Hallinan helped Amesbury win historic title | Sports

With everything Avery Hallinan – and the rest of the Amesbury senior class, for that matter – had already achieved in their careers, there was really only one big milestone left before this winter. Win a state championship. Hallinan was already a three-time Daily News All-Star, our reigning MVP and …

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Robert Malone spreads lies about vaccines. He also says he invented some.

“And almost without exception, these influencers feel they have been wronged by mainstream society in some way,” Brooking added. Dr. Malone earned a medical degree from Northwestern University in 1991 and for the next decade taught pathology at the University of California, Davis and the University of Maryland. He then …

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How One Organization Helps Grow Cooperative Businesses in New York

Green Worker Cooperatives supports co-operative startups in the South Bronx. By Aric Sleeper Mention a worker co-op or co-op-owned business in casual conversation, and most people will scratch their heads and need clarification on the concept, despite a 36% increase in the number of co-ops operating in the United States. …

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You can’t beat inflation, but you can protect your savings

Sarah Tew/CNET 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. Like inflation keep soaring, and the prices of everyday items like gas and groceries keep rising, you may be …

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Raley, George LaRue “Booky” – Chattanoogan.com

On March 30, 2022, George LaRue “Booky” Raley, husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and avid golfer, died at the age of 82. George was born August 2, 1939, in Dothan, Al., to Ethel and Theo “Moon” Raley. George followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Sonny, by attending Samford University …

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USA and Iran politically charged in first World Cup in Middle East | Sports News

By ROB HARRIS, AP Global Soccer Writer DOHA, Qatar (AP) — A World Cup buildup laced with controversy and geopolitical undertones has evoked the most politically charged clashes on the pitch in Qatar. Much like during the FIFA showpiece in 1998, the United States will face Iran with diplomatic relations …

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Diary | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Agenda is for nonprofit civic organizations only. Unless otherwise stated, the events listed should be considered free and open to the public. Due to the many entries, articles may only appear for a week. Entries appear in chronological order and according to available space. The …

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Report from the White House Roundtable on Mental Health with Young Women and Girl Leaders

On the final day of Women’s History Month, Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice and Gender Policy Council Director Jennifer Klein hosted a roundtable at the White House with young women leading their communities in the improved mental health. Participants were joined by leaders of national girls’ rights organizations, each of …

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Los Angeles provides every freshman with money for college

April 2, 2022 washington d.c. A GIANT EXERCISE to give money to children is underway. On March 21, Los Angeles Unified, the second-largest school district in the United States, enrolled every freshman in a free college savings account program, depositing $50 for each child. With 44,000 students, Opportunity THE is …

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Pakistan. Murder of Hindu girl rekindles fears of forced conversion | Religious News

Islamabad, Pakistan – A Hindu teenage girl was killed last week in Pakistan’s southeastern province of Sindh after resisting an abduction for alleged forced marriage and conversion, sparking fear among the country’s minority community. The family of 18-year-old Pooja Kumari described her as a lively girl, often seen sewing traditional …

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🌱 Reno Dr offers non-opioid pain management strategies +

Welcome Reno! Let’s get you caught up to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A little sun, then clouds. Top: 65 Bottom: 36. Are you a local owner or trader? We can help you effortlessly deliver …

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The future is uncertain. Here’s how to make sure your team can adapt.

As teams have struggled to adapt to new conditions in the wake of the pandemic, many have devised new, exciting and highly productive ways to communicate with each other and do their jobs. The best teams have transformed the way they work through what we call “radical adaptability”. These are …

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Mississippi to limit bank purchases statewide

The governor of Mississippi has signed a bill restricting banking sector mergers and acquisitions to other federally insured banks. Governor Tate Reeves approved the bill last week, which states that Mississippi-registered banks can only enter into a merger or acquisition agreement with a bank or financial institution insured by the …

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punjab: Why are political parties in Punjab simmering over Center moving to Chandigarh? | India News

NEW DELHI: Since its inception, when it was developed to compensate for the loss of the capital Lahore which went to Pakistan, Chandigarh has been sought after by the state of Punjab. However, the request was met with equally resolute resistance from the neighboring state of Haryana, which also has …

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‘Losing our dignity’ ⋆ Princeton, NJ Local News

The annual Harold T. Shapiro Lecture on Ethics, Science, and Technology features Charles Camosy, associate professor of theology at Fordham University. The Shapiro Lecture honors former Princeton President Harold T. Shapiro, a professor in the Department of Economics and the School of Public and International Affairs. There is perhaps no …

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Blue Jays pitching coach Pete Walker arrested for impaired driving

Toronto Blue Jays coach Pete Walker was arrested and charged with driving under the influence early Friday morning in Florida, Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office records show. Walker was booked at 2:02 a.m. ET and released on $500 bond. He was with the Blue Jays on Saturday and discussed the incident …

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Emmett Hanger Column: Funding Basic Services Properly for Virginians | Columnists

By Emmett Hanger OWe face a unique opportunity right now when it comes to funding basic services in Virginia. Governor Glenn Youngkin and the General Assembly must be aware of all of the obligations we have to our constituents and be prepared to properly fund basic services that impact the …

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GSA approves sale of Trump Organization hotel lease in Washington

The GSA said it has hired a third-party consultant to assess CGI Merchant Group and its partner Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., which will operate the hotel as a Waldorf Astoria property. After a review, he said he determined CGI was a “qualified assignee” and Hilton was a “qualified operator,” a …

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New Buccaneer Logan Ryan on intercepting teammate Tom Brady’s last pass as Patriot: ‘I’m sure he remembers it’

It will go down in NFL chronicle that Tom Brady’s last assist as the New England Patriots was carried by Logan Ryan. Ryan is now one of Brady’s newest teammates for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but was then a cornerback for the Tennessee Titans who returned an interception from Brady …

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Ex-truck driver charged with watching Netflix when he fatally punched Falmouth couple

A former tractor-trailer driver who fatally struck a Falmouth couple in January 2021 has been charged with streaming Netflix at the time of the crash, court records show. David E. Herring of South Portland, 40, is charged with two counts of manslaughter in the deaths of Geoff and Elizabeth Gattis, …

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2 other political parties support the Bongbong-Sara duo of UniTeam

FOR BBM – SARA. Reform Party Chairman James Layug with Partido Federal ng Pilipinas (PFP) General Secretary Thompson Lantion sign a manifesto in support of the candidacy of presidential favorite Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. and Inday running mate Sara Duterte at BBM headquarters in Mandaluyong City on Wednesday (March 23, …

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Mike Olsen: 2021 Agronomist of the Year

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Mike Olsen, an outstanding farmer, community service leader and FFA supporter, is the recipient of the 2021 Arizona Association FFA Farmer of the Year Award. This award is given to a member of the agricultural community who has a strong …

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