Monthly Archives: February 2022

These 3 Johns Hopkins research teams have secured seed funding to develop their medical devices

With the Bisciotti Foundation Translational Fund, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine provides seed funding to three teams of researchers creating innovative medical devices. Each of these devices, which are being developed by Hopkins professors and fellows, aims to dramatically reduce hospital costs and improve patient care by eliminating anesthesia …

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Nonprofit Goal: WebFX and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation

WEBFXWhy do you think it is important for your business to support nonprofit organizations in our region? As a company, we lead by example, work with integrity and aspire to leave a better world, both inside and outside our neighborhood. In our hometown of Harrisburg, we host regular get-togethers, support …

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Ryan Quarles: Renewing ‘ag tags’ a big step in supporting state’s youth farm programs

Every year when farmers go to renew their farm license plates, or “farm tags”, they have the opportunity to donate $10. The total is divided equally between Kentucky 4-H, Kentucky FFA and the Kentucky Department of Agriculture (KDA). Last year’s record total means each group received $243,875.89 to reinvest in …

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Inter could have given Martin Satriano a chance rather than signing Felipe Caicedo, Italian media suggest

Inter’s decision to allow Martin Satriano to leave on loan in January and then bring in Felipe Caicedo from Genoa could be the one they regret. This according to today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, which suggests the club may have some regrets over their January transfer activity based …

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Council Bluffs Community Schools plans administrator changes | Education

The Council Bluffs Community School District will be making several changes to its trustees for the 2022-23 school year. Matthew COURTESY OF CHRIS RUHAAK VIA BLUFFS COUNCIL SCHOOLS Dr. Tracy Mathews, Head of Schools for Preschool-5, will become Director of Studies, replacing Dr. Corey Vorthmann, who has tendered his resignation. …

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Coral, silver and gold in Dalmatia

February 26, 2022 – Following our article dedicated to traditional jewelry from Istria, a look at the intricate filigree pieces traditionally worn in Dalmatia In the first part of this series, we wrote about medieval jewelry discovered in Istria that has only recently seen a revival in the form of …

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Brown County 4-H News and Updates

Dates to remember March 1 – County deadline for Duds to Dazzle and Fashion Show 15 – Deadline to Enter Brown County Youth Fair Equestrian Show 15 – County Deadline Junior / Intermediate Photography 26 – Horse Validation for Brown County Youth Fair Passes for the main stock exchange fairs …

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Montclair and Claremont ask heads of state to fund light rail expansion using budget surplus – Daily Bulletin

The cities of Claremont and Montclair recently sent letters to the governor and state legislature requesting a sizable portion of the state’s $46 billion budget surplus to fund a 3.2-mile extension of the LA metro streetcar line from Pomona to their cities. The two cities, along with the board overseeing …

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How Voluntary Standards Can Reduce Risks in the Booming Alternative Lending Market

By Emma Lovel, CEO of the Lending Standards Board The pandemic has cemented the massive shift from traditional finance to alternative finance in the UK. A pandemic-induced cash flow crisis among corporations and the rise of fintech and challenger banks are driving the rise of alternative lending models – the …

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Apply now for these positions in SCTIMST”

Sree Chitra Tirunel Medical Institute Science and Technology has invited applications from experienced candidates for the vacancies of Pharmacist, Technical Assistant and others. If you have graduated in the relevant subject and have experience, you can fill out the form for these positions. Experienced candidates will be given preference in …

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Landowners embrace conservation as a financial benefit Family Legacy/Public News Service

Colorado landowners could play a major role in President Joe Biden’s effort to keep 30% of the country’s land undeveloped by 2030, and make money at the same time. Jay Fetcher’s family has been raising cattle since 1994. He said when his family considered the idea of ​​a conservation easement …

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110th anniversary of the debut of Paulino Alcántara

Paulino Alcantara Riestra scored 395 goals in 399 matches for Barça (competitive and friendly matches), and he is the Club’s second top scorer behind Leo Messi. Although he was thin and short in stature, he had an extremely powerful shot. In fact, he received the nickname “net-buster” after a 1922 …

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Alpena City Council will determine which projects will become reality this fiscal year | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Steve Schulwitz Alpena Fire Department Lt. Chris Morrison, left, and firefighter Abby Smith practice at the Public Safety Building while on duty Wednesday. The city has new fitness equipment for staff in its capital improvement plan. Alpena City Council will decide whether or not …

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Michigan Group collects signatures to curb payday loans

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan group began collecting signatures on Wednesday for a ballot proposal aimed at limiting the interest and fees charged by payday lenders they say are trapping low-income borrowers in debt cycles. Michiganders for Fair Lending needs approximately 340,000 valid voter signatures by June. If enough …

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Dobson Elementary Names Teacher Assistant of the Year

February 20, 2022 When recording deeds, the state of North Carolina does not require that the amount paid for a package be shown on the deed. However, a revenue stamp at the rate of $2 per $1,000 of value is affixed to each deed. Recent property transfers recorded at the …

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Hundreds of Sydney storm damage cleanup work begins after torrential rains

Major storm cleanup efforts are underway in parts of sydney after massive amounts of precipitation over the past two days have caused extensive damage to homes and roads. The NSW State Emergency Service (SES) witnessed several scenes where trees had fallen causing damage to residential properties. Residents of Sydney’s Guildford …

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Local youth organization 2SLGBTQ receives grant from Hydro One’s Energizing Life Community Fund

The Welcome Friend Association will use the $25,000 grant for its Rainbow Camp program 24 Indigenous communities, charities and municipalities will receive a $25,000 grant from Hydro One’s Energizing Life Community Fund. The Welcome Friend Association will receive the grant for its work with 2SLGBTQ+ youth and young adults in …

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M&T Bank to provide more than $6.6 million in grants for affordable housing projects in New Jersey

M&T Bank is providing six grants totaling $6.6 million to New Jersey-based affordable housing projects that will provide 447 units, the bank announced Tuesday. The grants, which are provided through the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York’s Affordable Housing Program, of which M&T is a member, are part of …

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Get a car title loan without credit check in Miami

Car title loans in Miami are a popular choice if you need to get some quick cash, all you need is a vehicle that has enough equity for the car title loan company can help you. It is important to choose a company authorized to do title loans in Miami, …

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bill would allow good Samaritans to clean up mines | Opinion

Jonathan Wood Across the western United States, abandoned mines, including about 23,000 in Colorado, are releasing toxic pollutants into the environment every day, altering water quality, dirtying fish habitat and compromising the environment. public health. Conservation groups, mining companies and other private parties would voluntarily clean up many of these …

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The Buckhannon Community Theater lifts the curtain on its 50th anniversary season

The Buckhannon Community Theater is proud to announce its 50and Anniversary season. After a brief hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Buckhannon Community Theater is ready to raise the curtain once again. The 2022 season will be composed of BCT: A 50and Golden Anniversary Celebration, Disney’s Frozen Junior, I Love …

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Lacey will commit funds to help adult teens

A long-standing plan to fund a home and services to stabilize the lives of four adult teenagers is finally coming to fruition, according to a briefing Lacey Town Council received earlier this month. [email protected] Rolf Boon A long-standing plan to fund a home and services to stabilize the lives of …

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Zacks: Analysts expect Broadmark Realty Capital Inc. (NYSE: BRMK) to report quarterly sales of $33.18 million

Wall Street brokerages expect Broadmark Realty Capital Inc. (NYSE:BRMK) to report revenue of $33.18 million for the current quarter, according to Zacks. Two analysts released earnings estimates for Broadmark Realty Capital. The lowest sales estimate is $32.00 million and the highest is $34.36 million. Broadmark Realty Capital reported sales of …

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Two unknowns among the 10 Brick Memorial champions, including one named Outstanding Wrestler

On Saturday, some household names won the NJSIAA/Rothman Orthopedics District 23 wrestling titles for Brick Memorial. Some unknown names have also won championships for the Golden Mustangs. Unsurprisingly, a wrestler from Brick Memorial was named the tournament’s top wrestler. His name was Brody Elk. WHO? Elk, a junior, was a …

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3 Common Bug Traps and How to Fish Them

Knowing these three common hatches for river fishing is the difference between success and failure. Depending on the time of year, trout (and other angler fish) are eager to take advantage of major insect outbreaks, and this turns into an advantage for the angler. Once humans got the hang of …

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NRB’s digital lending guidelines allow loans up to 5 Lakhs in Nepal

According to the new digital lending guidelines from the Central Bank of Nepal, banks in Nepal can now lend up to Rs. 5,00,000 to people who apply for loans online. 2078 Digital Lending Guidelines Nepal Rastra Bank, the central bank of Nepal, has issued the new 2078 Digital Lending Guidelines …

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Miami 111, Charlotte 107

Percentages: FG .402, FT .652. 3-point goals: 14-48, 0.292 (Lowry 6-11, Robinson 6-13, Tucker 1-4, Butler 1-8, Adebayo 0-1, Highsmith 0-3, Vincent 0-3, Strus 0-5 ). Team rebounds: 14. Team changes: 1. Shots blocked: 5 (Adebayo 3, Butler 2). Turnovers: 14 (Butler 4, Adebayo 3, Lowry 3, Highsmith, Robinson, Tucker, …

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‘Water Snob’ spends $2,000 a month on fancy bottled water

Can you imagine paying $2,000 a month for such a basic necessity as water? A man supposedly does it – and he gets roasted for it. TikTok user @ryandubs has gone viral for posting a video about his eye-watering monthly spending on fancy bottled water. In @ryandubs’ TikTok video, which …

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🌱 Merrimack Daily: Youth Orchestra Music Camp; Pets; Following

Hello, people of Merrimack! Tony Schinella here with a brand new Merrimack Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: A little sun, then clouds; costs. High: 60 Low: 55. Here are today’s top stories at Merrimack: Judge says state has provided clear and compelling evidence of Anderson Pereira’s guilt in murder of …

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which projects topped the list

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Governor Henry McMaster has said he wants to invest more than $1 billion in the state’s highest priority transportation projects. Some people living upstate would say widening parts of Interstate 85, like around Pelham Road, should be high on their list. However, transportation officials said they …

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The pros and cons of home equity loans versus HELOCs

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. NEW YORK, Feb. 16 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A home equity loan and a home equity line of credit (HELOC) are two entirely different products, each with …

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Luis Díaz, total delight – Then24

02/16/2022 – 21:00 Champions League broadcast on “Everyone knows how to cook. » Here’s how the starred chef Gusteau persuaded Rémy to leave the sewers of the capital to flourish in the restaurant of his idol. Far from the wine cellars and food reserves of Ratatouille, the story of Luis …

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Court rules on no-discharge zone, blocking Trump administration’s persistent attempt to allow ships to discharge sewage into Puget Sound

washington d.c. — In late February 14, the United States District Court in Washington, DC, overturned a decision by US waterway operators and the Trump administration’s former US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to halt the implementation of a no-discharge zone (NDZ) for Washington’s Puget Sound. State. The NDZ, first proposed …

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Rosalyn Rae Erickson – Brainerd Dispatch

Rosalyn Rae Erickson, 87, of McCook, NE, died Tuesday, February 8, 2022 at the Josie Harper Hospice House in Omaha, NE. Rosie was born on January 23, 1935 in Bonetrail, ND to parents Adolph and Helen (Fougner) Nelson. She was one of nine children who grew up on a farm …

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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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Man Utd news: Donny van de Beek and Anthony Martial have instant impacts after transfers

Manchester United have made the decision to temporarily part ways with Donny van de Beek and Anthony Martial – and while Ralf Rangnick’s side continue to struggle, the pair on loan are thriving. Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Ralf Rangnick previews Brighton …

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Jumpstart to On-Farm Food Security with UMaine, UNH Extensions

ORONO – The University of Maine Cooperative Extension and the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension are hosting an informative webinar on a new program for agricultural producers to help them get started or improve their planning on-farm food safety from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1. …

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State and Federal Governments Move to Wind Power Leasing in Gulf of Mexico – Energy and Natural Resources

To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. In the first six weeks of 2022, state and federal governments have taken action for the development of offshore wind energy off the coast of Louisiana. On February 1, the Climate Initiatives Task …

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Kelowna teen cooks up delicious fundraiser to help send kids to summer camp

Flour, salt, an heirloom sourdough starter and some creativity are all Isabella Harmel needed to start a fundraiser for a cause close to her heart – Camp Pheonix. She sells her homemade sourdough bread to help children “who couldn’t go camping normally, either for social or financial reasons, and it …

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Hines plans dedicated India fund to invest in office buildings

Global real estate investment and development firm Hines is seeking to increase its exposure to India with a plan to raise a fund dedicated to office building investments in the country amid a series of reforms improving the business environment, said a senior company official. Global real estate investment and …

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Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: BHLB) Received Consensus Recommendation to “Hold” by Brokerages

Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:BHLB) received an average rating of “Hold” from the seven analysts who currently cover the stock, MarketBeat Ratings reports. One equity research analyst gave the stock a sell rating, three gave the company a hold rating and two gave the company a buy rating. The 12-month …

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UK basketball freshman injured in Florida win

LEXINGTON — Kentucky basketball extended its winning streak to six games with a 78-57 win over Florida, but some of the day’s excitement was dampened by an injury to freshman guard TyTy Washington. Junior forward Oscar Tshiebwe recorded his 19th double-double in 25 games (27 points and 19 rebounds) to …

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Unpacking the Infrastructure Bill

by Patrick McCullough | published on February 12, 2022 Illustration by Julia Jones Photograph by Diana Spencer Jhe Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), formerly known as the INVEST in America Act and more commonly, the bipartisan infrastructure bill, was signed into law by President Joe Biden on November 15, …

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Local Priest Appointed Canon Ordinary in the Episcopal Diocese of WV | Lifestyles

CHARLESTON — The Most Reverend Chad Slater has been appointed Canon Ordinary for the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia. Slater, a native of Ripley, Jackson County, has served as rector of Christ Church, Bluefield, since 2013, and dean of the New Southern Deanery of Episcopal Churches in West Virginia since …

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Santa Rosa Junior College Construction Training Center Project Delayed Due to Soaring Costs

Supply chain issues and financial pressures caused Santa Rosa Junior College to delay the grand opening of its construction education center at its Petaluma campus. Catherine Williams, Ph.D., faculty manager at the construction training center, said the start of the project, which was scheduled to begin last month, will be …

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Gurugram: 24-year-old MBA graduate duped out of ₹17.55 lakh by loan disbursement apps

A townsman was allegedly duped by loan disbursement applications after taking out a first loan of ₹2,001, but ended up paying ₹17.55 lakh. He received continuous threatening calls from recovery officers and was forced to cough up the hefty amount, police said on Friday. Police say the victim was a …

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Wildworks I AM KEVIN Crowdfunder for Community Training

A Cornwall-based theater company is looking to engage with local communities by providing training to support its upcoming performance. Wildworks has announced the launch of a Crowdfunder campaign to support a range of training opportunities for its new summer 2022 show, I AM KEVIN. Despite launching this week, the company …

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Upcoming invasive species webinars focus on law enforcement, boating hygiene and Lymantria dispar (formerly gypsy moth)

February 10, 2022 New sessions in Michigan’s NotMISpecies webinar series will cover how conservation officers help prevent invasive species introductions, as well as ways to enjoy the outdoors while minimizing the harmful effects of plants, animals and invasive pests. Supported by the Michigan Invasive Species Program, …

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Four MP boxers selected at National Camp to prepare for Asian Championship

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Four boxers from the Madhya Pradesh state academy have been selected for the Asian Junior and Junior Championship national junior and junior camp to be held in Jordan on February 27, academy officials announced on Thursday. The camp starts on February 10. In the junior category, Rishabh …

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PBOC eases loan rules for affordable housing construction

Loans to finance public rental housing projects will no longer be subject to rules that require banks to reduce their exposures to loans to the real estate sector. Access today Sign up for a 2 week free trial and get instant, unrestricted, unrestricted access to Regulation Asia. FREE TRY Already …

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Addo and Hughton: Former Newcastle boss and Borussia Dortmund assistant coach leads Ghana against Nigeria

Ghana have appointed former Newcastle United boss Chris Hughton as technical adviser to Borussia Dortmund assistant coach and new Black Stars caretaker manager Otto Addo. A statement released by the Ghana Football Association on Wednesday said the pair have been reunited to lead the four-time champions in their 2022 World …

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University of Greenville plans summer camps

GREENVILLE – The University of Greenville is offering multiple opportunities this summer for middle and high school students to visit campus for fun, affordable, and high-quality learning experiences. GU plans to host four summer camps, including Forensics Camp, Esports Camp and – new this year – Band Camp and Worship …

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Chicopee ARPA committee discusses different funding opportunities

CHICOPEE — The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) committee continued discussions on the use of federal funds at its Feb. 1 meeting. Mayor John Vieau began the meeting by announcing a recommendation to allocate $10 million to next year’s Free Cash Account. He described the decision as one that will …

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Fastest Instant Loan Apps Industry Market 2021 | 2029 Regional Growth and Analysis – The Grundy Register

Detailed 2021-2029 Fastest Instant Lending Apps Market Growth and Regional Analysis study provides current market trends as well as past statistics. For better understanding, it is divided into several parts to cover different aspects of the market. Each location is further elaborated to help the reader understand each region’s growth …

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West Perry knocks out Montgomery to earn program’s first-ever win at PIAA Tag Team Wrestling Championships

West Perry assistant wrestling coach Chaz Sheaffer spent every possible moment between Saturday and Monday gathering scouting reports on Montgomery, the District 4 runner-up and the Mustangs’ opponent in the wrestling championships preliminary round by PIAA Class 2A team. Sheaffer built the game plan from there, and a brave West …

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Should sea otters be brought back to the Oregon Coast?

A recent report claims that reintroducing sea otters to the Oregon Coast is feasible and beneficial to the state’s marine ecosystem if certain best reintroduction policies are followed. However, sea otters’ voracious appetites for certain invertebrates may have “consequential” impacts on fisheries in the region. Sea otters have an outsized …

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Foundation finances 47 non-profit organizations | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted Attendees enjoy a previous year’s edition of the annual Run For It event, one of the premier fundraisers that allows the Tucker Community Foundation to provide funds to local nonprofits . PARSONS — More than $96,000 has been awarded to a total of 47 nonprofit organizations by the …

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Massena Central School Capital Project Reductions Planned for Future Projects | Education

MASSENA — Although phase three of Massena Central School District’s $49.6 million capital project has been cut due to cost, some items that were removed from the plan will likely find their way into future capital projects . The district school board rejected bids for phase three work at a …

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KKR Real Estate Finance Trust Inc. (NYSE:KREF) is expected to report earnings of -$0.21 per share

Equity research analysts expect KKR Real Estate Finance Trust Inc. (NYSE:KREF) to report earnings of ($0.21) per share for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Two analysts provided earnings estimates for KKR Real Estate Finance Trust. KKR Real Estate Finance Trust reported earnings of $0.48 per share in the …

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NIPER recruitment: 20 non-faculty positions offered, here’s how to apply

The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) Hyderabad has invited applications for the positions of Technical Assistant, Accountant, Storekeeper and others. The application process is ongoing and the deadline for submitting the online application is March 2, 2022. Details of the NIPER recruitment offer: This recruitment is ongoing …

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US military faces crisis in Hawaii after leak poisons water – Morning Journal

By AUDREY McAVOY HONOLULU — A giant US government fuel storage facility hidden inside a mountain ridge overlooking Pearl Harbor has supplied fuel to military ships and planes plying the Pacific Ocean since World War II. Its very existence was a secret for years. Even after it was declassified, few …

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Old pages from February 5 to 8, 2022

Photo provided Tallac pier is advertised in this historic undated photo. Saturday 145 years ago The Mexican Veterans had a meeting last night in the Senate Chamber and decided to have a grand ball on February 22. In addition to being the anniversary of Washington’s birthday, it will also be …

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David Cameron’s legacy project has a cut budget after being exposed

David Cameron’s controversial legacy project has had its budget slashed by two-thirds during a review of government funding for young people. The National Citizen Service (NCS), established by the then Prime Minister in 2011, has seen its cash share cut from 90% of the government’s overall youth funding budget to …

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Consumer Fees Come Into the Crosshairs: CFPB Seeks Public Comment on Alleged ‘Unwanted Fees’ in Consumer Financial Services Industry | Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP

the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) continued to strengthen its regulatory oversight of the consumer financial services market. On January 26, 2022, the CFPB published an initiative seeking public input on so-called “unwanted fees” in consumer financial services. According to the CFPB, “junk fees” occur when: (i) fees are charged …

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PYMS will stage ‘Sister Act Jr.’

PENN YAN — Hallelujah! The Penn Yan Middle School Drama Club celebrates its return to the PYMS auditorium stage in its production of Sister Act Jr.! This upbeat musical follows Deloris Van Cartier, a bubbly up-and-coming singer, who witnesses a crime and is forced into the convent of the Queen …

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Study finds Florida bonefish contaminated with prescription drugs

A bonefish swims above seagrass on a South Florida flat. A new study has found traces of pharmaceutical drugs in dozens of bonefish from Biscayne Bay to the Florida Keys. Ian Wilson According to a study published this week, a cocktail of prescription drugs – ranging from blood pressure medications …

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Why Joe Burrow’s pee wee coach forced him to play QB – The Athletic

Generally anonymous outside of Southeast Ohio as Thursday dawned, Sam Smathers could fall asleep tonight as one of the Bengals’ most famous and beloved fans. Ah, the influence of Joe Burrow. Burrow, in his first Zoom media session since beating the Chiefs on Sunday to earn a berth in Super …

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Equity Bank revamps its *247# USSD service to give customers access to loans, among other features

Equity Bank has revamped its USSD (*247#) service in an effort to provide customers with a seamless banking experience. The recently updated USSD provides a unified service offering across mobile networks and an enhanced customer experience with simpler customer journeys. Customers in Kenya can now easily access USSD service on …

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Contaminating Our Oasis – The Manitoulin Expositor

Manitoulin High School students clean up the trails near their school. MSS Share/Go Green Presents… A Manitoulin Eco-Hero by Anika Smith and Daphne Carr Pollution is a vast and very relevant subject because it affects the whole planet, including Manitoulin Island. We may have a very green environment compared to …

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Camp Courage fundraiser on the main stage on February 6

The Main Stage is hosting its first big fundraising event of the year on Sunday, February 6, from noon to 6 p.m. and it’s one you won’t want to miss. Main Stage has partnered with The Law Tigers (Arizona Motorcycle Attorneys), Yavapai Broadcasting Company and the AZ Burn Foundation for …

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County Opens 100 Affordable Housing Units in San Marcos

Rendering of the nearly $40 million residential complex in San Marcos. Courtesy County News Center San Diego County and Affirmed Housing Tuesday opened a planned nearly $40 million housing complex to provide affordable housing for low-income individuals and families. The Alora project, at 604 Richmar Ave., includes the demolition of …

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QPR loan could give Jeff Hendrick new life

Jeff Hendrick can dust off his boots and show everyone what he’s capable of with QPR. Ireland midfielder Jeff Hendrick completed a deadline day loan move to QPR late last night. The 30-year-old is leaving Newcastle United after making just three Premier League appearances this season. But his drop down …

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A view from behind the bench as Penn State defeats Iowa in double overtime

Penn State basketball en route to a double overtime win over Iowa. Photo by Ben Jones, StateCollege.com There are 1.5 seconds left in the second overtime Monday night at the Bryce Jordan Center as Micah Shrewsberry grabs a towel and wipes his brow, an act that marks his first moment …

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