Monthly Archives: June 2021

Who’s Who for July 2021

New hires and promotions The Fayette County Board of Education unanimously proposed to appoint Demetrus Liggins to be the next superintendent of public schools in Fayette County. Currently, Liggins, PhD, is superintendent of schools for the Greenville Independent School District (ISD), an urban district outside of Dallas, Texas. Nelson murphy, …

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VFL Josh Dobbs hosts youth football camp in Baylor

CHATTANOOGA, Tennessee (WDEF) – Former Tennessee quarterback, now Pittsburgh Steeler Josh Dobbs, brought his youth football camp back to Chattanooga for a second year on Saturday morning. Dobbs entertained a few hundred kids of all ages in Baylor – teaching them different football drills and letting them go out and …

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Coalition of lawmakers sound the alarm over the Biden administration’s plan to redefine “United States waters” or WOTUS

Congressman Sam Graves (R-MO), member of the transport and infrastructure committee, joined the ranking member of the water resources and environment subcommittee David Rouzer (R-NC) and d ‘other senior Republican leaders to voice concerns about the Biden administration’s intention to rescind the Trump administration’s navigable waters protection rule. The recent …

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Young people enjoy a week of fun at Camp HCC | Local

The Huntingdon Community Center Camp HCC is underway this year, bringing summer fun to approximately 75 children in the area. The annual day camp, open to local children entering Kindergarten to Grade 6, lasts two weeks each summer. The counselors include high school and college students as well as teachers. …

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Bulletin | Sportsman | lmtribune.com

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Launch of a fundraising project for medical students

LAHORE: A “Pharmevo Clinical Research Grant” initiative has been launched to provide grants to young healthcare professionals and students to initiate new research projects in their respective fields in order to find indigenous solutions to diseases and health problems in Pakistan here on Wednesday. According to a press release, the …

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Minors organize annual youth camp | Sports

The Madisonville Miners have a few days off this week and they took advantage of Tuesday to host their annual Youth Baseball Camp at Elmer Kelley Stadium. Campers were to go to the field and receive instructions from players and coaches. Camp will end this morning ahead of the minors’ …

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DEP comments on the restoration project of the lower Guyandotte watershed plagued by agricultural runoff and faulty septic tanks | Energy and environment

The Lower Guyandotte River watershed, which spans parts of seven counties, has several hundred streams that do not meet water quality standards. West Virginia environmental regulators are collecting public comment on what they’re doing about this. The State Department of Environmental Protection will hold a virtual meeting via Zoom at …

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Lawmakers allocate US $ 31 million for broadband

The Arkansas Legislative Council and its co-chairs on Friday authorized the state’s Commerce Department to use up to $ 31 million in federal coronavirus relief funds from the US Rescue Plan for broadband subsidies. The council’s action was taken after Gov. Asa Hutchinson initially refused a recommendation from a subcommittee …

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Gene Chague | Berkshire Woods and Waters: Wildlife offenders beware. Lawmakers are pushing Mass. to enter the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact | Sports

Bills introduced by state officials Lori Ehrlich, Ann-Margaret Ferrante, and Senator Michael Moore (H 904 / S 587) would enter Massachusetts into the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact, a network that aims to reduce poaching of wildlife through information sharing between states and reciprocal recognition of suspensions and revocations of fishing, …

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New Braunfels and Comal County call for local contribution to region’s mobility projects | Community alert

Residents mired in increasingly noisy pedestrian and vehicular traffic jams now have the opportunity to promote New Braunfels and Comal County mobility projects for state and federal funding. The Alamo Region Metropolitan Planning Organization, which directs state and federal funding towards mobility projects in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties, …

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Centraide supports Pal Camp | WIVT

BINGHAMTON, NY – United Way is joining with other local donors to help beautify a summer camp that provides outdoor activities for area children and a way to build relationships between the community and the police. United Way today announced a $ 20,000 grant to the Binghamton Police Athletic League, …

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Troutman Pepper Adds Former EPA Water Officer

Law360 (June 18, 2021, 4:52 p.m. EDT) – Troutman Pepper caught a former senior Trump administration official at the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water, adding to his practice group on the environment and natural resources in Washington, DC Anna Wildeman is expected to join the company later …

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MicroVision appoints Drew Markham as General Counsel

REDMOND, Wash., June 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ: MVIS), a leader in automotive semiconductor lidar and micro-display technology for augmented reality, announced today the appointment of Drew Markham as General Counsel, reporting to Managing Director Sumit Sharma. “I am delighted to welcome Drew to MicroVision,” said Sumit …

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New Braunfels City Council Gives Green Light for Funding Business Center and Trail Map | Community alert

New Braunfels City Council members on Monday approved recommendations from the New Braunfels Economic Development Corporation board of directors that will help design part of the Dry Comal Creek bike and hiking trail and keep the children’s center running. city ​​businesses. Members approved a project expense recommendation of up to …

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Low-cost music camp begins in Fort Worden

PORT TOWNSEND – A paid music camp for kids in grades five through high school – beginners included – is coming soon to the Fort Worden State Park campus. “I can’t wait to get the kids back to music,” said Daniel Ferland, one of 10 teachers about to deliver the …

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Hurricane Safety Tips for Pet Owners

The hurricane season lasts from June to November, with the The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predict above-average thunderstorm activity in 2021. Of course, we’re thinking about how to prepare for a weather emergency for our families, stocking up on non-perishable food, water, and making sure we have batteries …

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Lafayette is proud, restores cultural funding, more discussions on drainage and new rules for waste, landfill and development • The current

Here is a selection of items on the agenda for this week’s municipal and parish council meetings. To see the full programs, see the links below. municipal Council Ad LGBTQ + Pride Month proclamation. As Mayor-President Josh Guillory refuses to declare June Pride Month, continuing to claim it is “unnecessarily …

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Ultimate Medical Academy celebrates the start of

Tampa, Fla., June 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – – Ultimate Medical Academy (UMA), a nonprofit higher education institution with a mission to equip and empower students to excel in careers Health Center, welcomed more than 5,500 WBU graduates to the Clearwater campus and online community in a virtual launch ceremony …

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Just call for clean water | Editorials and columns

Finding a balance between environmental protection and development conducive to economic growth has always been the challenge of environmental regulation. The Trump administration was not interested in balance, however. He easily took away science-based environmental protections for the benefit of developers everywhere. Particularly egregious was the elimination of an Environmental …

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Over 2,900 children to benefit from Princeton Area Community Foundation COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund grants for summer programs

Princeton Area Community Foundation × Princeton Area Community Foundation The Princeton Area Community Foundation has awarded $ 199,000 in COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Fund grants to nonprofits running summer programs that will include instruction to help students overcome learning losses caused by the pandemic. “Through these grants, we are helping …

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