Monthly Archives: October 2021

New Staff Added to Adirondack Nonprofits –

Here’s a look at recent new hires at nonprofits in the Adirondack region: Adirondack Council hires Blake Neumann as clean water advocate The Adirondack Council announced another significant addition to its growing conservation team, Blake Neumann, who will fill the newly created role of Clean Water Advocate. Blake Neumann, who …

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Upcoming sewer, parking and water park improvements

The village of West Lafayette receives $ 1.25 million from the state in two grants for several critical projects. A grant of $ 500,000 for critical infrastructure will be used to repair 1,839 feet of storm sewer. The $ 750,000 Neighborhood Stabilization Grant will be used to improve Waterworks Park, …

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5 best pawn shops in Oklahoma City, OK

Below is a list of the best pawn shops in Oklahoma City. To help you find the best Pawn shops located near you in Oklahoma City, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of valuation points. The best pawn shops in Oklahoma City: The top rated pawn …

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The 7 best makeup remover cleansers

There are many great cleansers out there, but not all of them are up to the task of removing makeup from your entire face. When that’s a priority, you’ll want to opt for a micellar water or an oil-based cleanser, such as cleansing oil or cleansing balm. But even more …

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A Bridge Too Far | News, Sports, Jobs

Tama’s historic Lincoln Highway Bridge was built in 1915 and is now the subject of a planned restoration effort by the City of Tama in partnership with the Iowa Department of Transportation. – News Chronicle File Photo An effort to repair one of Tama’s oldest infrastructure encountered another obstacle. In …

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Upcoming Career Courses at CCC & TI – Caldwell Journal

Publication displays: 184 HUDSON, NC (October 26, 2021) – Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute is now enrolling in several upcoming courses including Workforce Development, Skills Training, and Personal Enrichment. Here is a schedule of upcoming classes: Spring Academy Basic Law Enforcement TrainingThe Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute Basic …

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Florida manatees die in record numbers due to food shortage

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla – Florida fishing guide and environmental activist Paul Fafeita said one of his charter clients’ strengths is spotting manatees foraging on seagrass in shallow water. It’s not so exciting when they stumble upon the emaciated carcass of a starving manatee. “It’s not good when you have customers …

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Turkey Day fundraiser planned

Registration is now open for Turkey Day 5k. submittedGREENFIELD – A “Turkey Day 5K” scheduled for Thanksgiving morning will generate profits for Hope House, Greenfield Main Street and local parks. The route begins and ends in front of the Hancock County Veterans Memorial Building. The event encourages costumes; the finishers’ …

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Tiburon’s fresco project celebrates Portuguese dairy history

Tiburon plans to install a stylized tile mural on a retaining wall near Del Mar School, commemorating the importance of Portuguese dairies in the city’s history. The installation, which will be designed by an Azorean-Californian artist and reproduced on authentic Portuguese tiles called ‘azulejos’, is the first public beautification project …

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Caterpillar Southeastern Dealers Sits on SGTC Advisory Board – Americus Times-Recorder

Staff report Americus – South Georgia Technical College President Dr John Watford recently met with representatives from six Caterpillar dealers in the Southeastern United States at the Heavy Equipment Dealer Services Technology Advisory Committee meeting “ThinkBIG” at South Georgia Technical College. The group held the meeting in the heavy equipment …

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USDA to make available up to $ 1.15 billion

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Tom Vilsack announced a significant expansion in high-speed Internet access, health care and education services for millions of rural Americans across the country. the country. “For too long, the ‘digital divide’ has left too many people living in rural communities behind: unable to …

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Minnesota Drinking Water Rules Changes Gain Federal Approval

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has proposed to change the Class 3 and Class 4 water quality standards, which are intended to protect water used by industry, agriculture, livestock and wildlife. The MPCA said the old standards were based on outdated science, without much evidence to support pollution limits. But …

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Army body must review Indiana dairy farm decision

MUNSTER, Indiana (AP) – A federal judge has ordered the US Army Corps of Engineers to reconsider its ruling that a dairy farm built in northwest Indiana to house more than 4,000 cows is not subject to the Clean Water Act. Environmental groups and several residents sued Texas-based Natural Prairie …

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What to do when there is “nothing” to do. . .

EVENTS Jeff Leeson Jeff Leeson and Tige Wright’s 2021 Comedy Tour. 7 p.m. Thursday, October 21, Dickens Opera House, 300 Main Street, Longmont. Tickets: $ 12, dickensoperahouse.com For over 20 years, Jeff Leeson has amazed crowds across North America (and once in Cuba) with his improvised and improvised style. Leeson …

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DVIDS – News – Humphreys Festival brings fall favorites

By Kelly M. PickettUS Army Humphreys Garrison Public Affairs Office CAMP HUMPHREYS, Republic of Korea – The Camp Humphreys community gathered at Balboni Field to share the seasonal fall festivities at the Humphreys Festival on October 16. “The Camp Humphreys community has done a phenomenal job doing their part and …

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ZoidPay’s Chrome Extension Allows Buyers To Buy With Crypto On Amazon, eBay And Over 40 Million Online Retailers | Your money

BUCHAREST, Romania, October 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ZoidPay announced the launch of its Chrome extension, allowing millions of users to make purchases using various cryptocurrencies from all online merchants around the world. Shop more easily than ever The ZoidPay Chrome extension is platform independent, allowing buyers to connect to …

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Child and Youth Coordinator – Episcopal Information Service

Children‘s and youth coordinator Job Description : The Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma is seeking a full-time Child and Youth Coordinator to support child and youth ministry in the diocese and to lead our thriving summer camp program. The Children and Youth Coordinator will serve under the supervision of the Director …

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Increases for the police and firefighters of Lafayette; dismissal of the chief of police; ARPA funding for Faith House; redistribution • The current

The essential: Here is a selection of the items on the agenda for this week’s municipal and parish council meetings. To see the full programs, see the links below. Parish Council Final adoption $ 7.725 million in ARPA funds for drainage, fire protection and Faith House. The parish council will …

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Beware of illegal online loan services

Jakarta (ANTARA) – Although police in Greater Jakarta have arrested three perpetrators operating illegal online lending services in Tangerang, more and more people continue to fall victim to similar practices amid the proliferation of several of these illegal fintechs. The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology handled up to 447 …

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San Diego Community News Group

Mitigation actions underway at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Birch Aquarium to protect marine organisms as oceanographers assist with wind and current forecasts The University of California, San Diego is protecting critical campus operations and assisting federal and state agencies in the event oil leaking from a broken pipeline off …

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Kenneth ‘Butch’ Andree | News, Sports, Jobs

Kenneth ‘Butch’ Andrée CASPIENNE – Kenneth George “Mannish” Andree, 73, of Caspian, died on Tuesday, October 12, 2021 at Aspirus Iron River Hospital. Born September 12, 1948 in Stambaugh, son of the late Kenneth “Boyfriend” G. Andrée and Phyllis (Bialik) Andrée Paro. Butch graduated from Iron River High School with …

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Justice unveils broadband expansion plan | News, Sports, Jobs

CHARLESTON – The governor on Friday unveiled a new billion-dollar plan to upgrade and expand high-speed internet in West Virginia. “Today is a monumental day beyond belief,” Governor Jim Justice said. The initiative will accelerate the expansion of broadband, essential for the state’s economic development in the 21st century, to …

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Nation & World | | phillytrib.com

Biden and Pope Francis to meet this month President Joe Biden is expected to meet Pope Francis during his visit to the Vatican later this month as part of a five-day tour through Italy and the UK for global meetings on the economy and climate change. Biden plans to discuss …

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Federal student loan repayments to resume soon

item As students across the country graduate with massive debt, advocates display a hand-painted sign on the ellipse outside the White House calling on President Joe Biden to sign an executive order to cancel student debt on the 1st. June. San Francisco – During the pandemic, when a record number …

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SEPTA’s $ 2 billion King of Prussian Railway proposal enters federal funding package – NBC10 Philadelphia

SEPTA’s plan to extend rail service to the King of Prussia was incorporated into a nationwide program on Monday, putting the project online for a possible increase in federal funding, the Philadelphia Business Journal reports. The Federal Transportation Administration’s capital grant program allocates funds under its New Starts program for …

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Adding technology to agricultural finance

Imagine a time when you are at a farmland auction, and while you have cash on hand, the prices go up a little higher. You take out your smartphone, and in a few clicks, you are approved for a loan covering the rest of the purchase price. The loan approval …

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Perry promoted to Acting Superintendent at CVSD | Education

Assistant Superintendent Sharon Perry is the new Acting Superintendent of the Conewago Valley School District. Following a vote to accept Superintendent Chris Rudisill’s resignation on Monday, the board of directors unanimously approved Perry as acting superintendent retroactively to October 1 for up to one year. “She has the full support …

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New YMCA location arrives south of Shreveport

SHREVEPORT, Louisiana (KSLA) – The YMCA is set to begin construction of a new facility in South Shreveport after receiving an anonymous donation. The 30,000 to 45,000 square foot facility will be located in the Camp Forbing Marketplace. In 2014, the YMCA sold 30 acres of its Camp Forbing property …

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Floyd LeRoy Snyder Jr. | Obituary

Floyd LeRoy Snyder Jr., 80, of Oil City, died Friday evening, October 8, 2021, at Titusville Healthcare. He was born November 10, 1940 in Mercer, son of the late Floyd LeRoy Snyder, Sr. and Myrtle (Heckathorne) Snyder. He graduated from Oil City High School in 1960. He worked at Franklin …

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Letruska ready to ride at Juddmonte Spinster

Juju card, return from the Special Reserve to Louisville; McPeek, Tiz The Bomb in Castle & Key Bourbon; QE II Challenge Cup guests test Keeneland turf LEXINGTON, Ky. – Letruska of St. George Stable once raced around the main track on Saturday morning as she prepared for a race in …

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