Monthly Archives: May 2022

Big Rapids, Gaylord and Hart projects get funding through Put Your Town on the Map competition in 2022

Photo courtesy of Consumer’s Energy Foundation Big Rapids, Gaylord and Hart have secured funding for various projects through the 2022 Put Your Town on the Map competition, according to the Consumer’s Energy Foundation. “Consumers Energy recognizes that small towns and rural towns in Michigan may not have the same access …

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NC Home Race Results

Two incumbents, a former lawmaker and two newcomers won the state House of Representatives races in Tuesday’s primary elections, according to unofficial results. Rep. Marvin Lucas, who has represented District 42 since 2001, defeated Dr. Naveed Aziz, a Spring Lake physician, in the Democratic primary for the seat. Lucas received …

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Mom’s Morning Minute: Planning Ahead for the Summer Camp Season

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Summer camp season is fast approaching. Whether you’ve already picked a side or are still deciding, there are some things parents should ask in advance. Karla Schell of the YMCA’s Camp Kon-O-Kwee Spencer says to check with the camp for their accreditation status. The American Camp Association …

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Antil studies compression and randomization

Harbir Antil, Professor, Mathematical Sciences, and Director, Center for Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence (CMAI), received funding for a project in which he and his collaborators will develop novel fast-converging algorithms for non-smooth optimization problems, including constrained, two-level, and risk-averse problems. To ensure that their methods are computationally feasible for dynamic …

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Bahrain’s state oil company to appoint financial adviser, CEO says

MANAMA, May 16 (Reuters) – Bahrain’s state oil company nogaholding is in final talks to appoint a strategy consultant and financial adviser, its chief executive said on Monday, as the indebted country seeks to capitalize on high oil prices. energy and to sell or lease assets. . Nogaholding, the parent …

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Mary Ann Williams | News, Sports, Jobs

Mary Ann Williams, 85, of Williamsport, passed away peacefully on Tuesday May 10 at the Loyalsock Embassy with her loving husband by her side. Mary Ann was born August 23, 1936 in Corning, NY to Homer M. and Isabel J. (Teed) Rood. She graduated from Liberty …

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Jamshedpur Sports Summer Camp kicks off at JRD Tata Complex

Jamshedpur, May 15: The long-awaited sports summer camp kicked off today at JRD Tata Sports Complex. The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by around 500 children, coaches and senior officials from Tata Steel’s sports department. At the inaugural ceremony, Rupi Paul graced the occasion as the chief guest. She applauded the …

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House Passes Clean South Florida Coastal Waters Act

A bill to protect Florida’s waterways from harmful algal blooms passed Congress nearly unanimously this week and will now head to the president’s desk. The South Florida Clean Coastal Waters Act will for the first time require a federal task force to research algal blooms in Florida and develop a …

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Lots of unknowns for city and county in federal infrastructure funding | Local News

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Medallion Financial (NASDAQ:MFIN) rating downgraded to hold on StockNews.com

Medallion Financial (NASDAQ:MFIN – Get a rating) was downgraded by StockNews.com from a “buy” rating to a “hold” rating in a research report released Friday to clients and investors. Several other research analysts have also recently published reports on the company. Zacks Investment Research upgraded Medallion Financial from a “hold” …

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ITV Britain’s Got Talent actor Flintz & Taylor formed by mistake after meeting hours before the show

Britain’s Got Talent stars Flintz & Taylor only met in person for the first time on the day of their audition. The rapper/pianist duo never intended to become a double act, with a mix-up of microphones leading them to team up. Flintz & Taylor will take the stage to audition …

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Miami-Dade is working on a plan to clean up Biscayne Bay | Florida News

By ALEX HARRIS, Miami Herald MIAMI (AP) — Biscayne Bay is in dire straits, with several fish killed in recent summers, disappearing seagrass beds and climate change turning up the heat on Miami-Dade’s blue gem. Now, for the first time, Miami-Dade County is developing a formal, state-controlled plan to clean …

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Kansas City monarchs help raise funds for Rotary Youth Camp

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The Kansas City Monarchs kick off their minor league season Friday night by raising money for the Rotary Youth Camp. Several locations are selling Monarchs tickets and caps as part of Greater Kansas City Day. For many years, Kansas City Day was all about selling newspapers …

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Black Knight, Inc. (NYSE:BKI) Receives Average “Holding” Recommendation From Brokerages

Black Knight, Inc. (NYSE: BKI – Get a rating) received an average recommendation of “Hold” by the seven rating agencies that cover the company, reports MarketBeat Ratings. Five equity research analysts rated the stock with a hold recommendation. The 1-year average target price among brokers who updated their coverage on …

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The race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction heats up

A race to save Atlantic salmon from extinction is heating up. A massive research project in the Highlands will ultimately shape policy aimed at reversing a trend and increasing stocks. Scientists and river managers work together knowing that salmon numbers are barely a quarter of those recorded just 40 years …

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Kids want to go to camp, but they need financial help – Press Telegram

Eight-year-old Elizabeth’s favorite activities at summer camp in the mountains last year were rock climbing, ziplining and making new friends. It was her first camp and her first time away from home. “It was one of the best times of my entire life,” she told counselors at the YMCA of …

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Senate panel approves Huizenga’s NRTF funding bill

Measure includes 13 projects in Kent and Ottawa counties LANSING, Mich. – The Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday approved Sen. Mark Huizenga’s legislation to support $84.6 million in the development and acquisition of parks and trails throughout Michigan. “The people of Michigan created the Natural Resources Trust Fund to invest …

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U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii Receives 2022 FEB Government Achievement Awards | Article

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii – U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii and several personnel were honored at the annual Honolulu Federal Executive Council Government Excellence Awards Ceremony- Pacific 2022, held on May 6. The garrison won five awards: Federal Employee of the Year – Trades and Crafts: Cody AM Hashimoto, Electronics …

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Divers removed 25,000 pounds of trash from Lake Tahoe. Now they want to clean up more Sierra lakes

A first-of-its-kind project to clear underwater trash and trash along Lake Tahoe’s 72-mile shoreline wraps up Tuesday as divers complete the final leg of their trash collection circuit in the waters near Stateline, Nevada, where they started a year ago. The amount of garbage picked up: 25,200 pounds, which will …

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Kareem Hunt’s youth soccer camp to be held June 29-30 – News-Herald

Kareem Hunt Youth Football Camp returns to South High School in June. A year ago, more than 120 kids in grades 1-8 attended the first Kareem Hunt Camp, named after the former star running back for the South Rebels, who is now running back with the Browns. The same high …

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MA Gov. Baker calls for distributing COVID relief funding – NBC Boston

Governor Charlie Baker presented lawmakers with his $3.5 billion economic development package on Monday, telling a hybrid hearing that COVID-era supply chain constraints, American Rescue Plan Act funding and general construction complexities all blend into a need for quick action. Joined by Lt. Governor Karyn Polito, Housing and Economic Development …

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New Residential Investment Corp. (NYSE:NRZ) Expected to Report Quarterly Sales of $241.55 Million

Brokers expect New Residential Investment Corp. (NYSE:NRZ- Get a rating) will post sales of $241.55 million for the current quarter, Zacks reports. Two analysts released earnings estimates for New Residential Investment, with estimates ranging from $237.00 million to $246.10 million. New residential investment recorded sales of $147.14 million in the …

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“The desire to learn and progress”

Caledonian Football Federation (May 8, 2022) After the failed challenge of the men’s team A in Qatar, New Caledonian hopes of an upcoming participation in a FIFA WORLD CUP (seniors) are now turning to the women’s national team of New Caledonia, which will play from 13 on July 30 in …

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Washington Week Ahead: Congress Seeks Crisis Aid Deal, Vilsack Heads to Hill | 2022-05-06

Senators are trying to hammer out a deal on a new Ukraine extra-spending bill by the end of this week, while Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and other cabinet members head to Capitol Hill to question their spending plans. Also this week, the EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers will …

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County Council Approves ARPA Funding for Laurens County Nonprofits | News

The first nonprofit group approved Tuesday for ARPA by Laurens County Council was the Laurens County Memorial Home, a Medicaid-funded living facility hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The council donated $250,000 to the house in a cash payout from ARPA at a called meeting (May 3). Of the $13 …

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James Clemens Theater to train in acting and work behind the scenes at Summer Spotlight Camp – The Madison Record

MADISON — Young people who want to learn more about acting and working behind the scenes to deliver a production can sign up for Summer Spotlight Camp. James Clemens Theater presents camp May 31 through June 3 from 9 a.m. to noon on the Jets campus. This camp is open …

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Zacks: Analysts Expect SLM Co. (NASDAQ: SLM) to Report Earnings of $1.02 Per Share

Equity research analysts expect SLM Co. (NASDAQ:SLM – Get a rating) to show earnings of $1.02 per share for the current quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Two analysts provided earnings estimates for SLM, with the highest EPS estimate of $1.47 and the lowest estimate of $0.51. SLM reported earnings per …

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2023: Meet the “daring godfathers” of young Kwara

As political activity in Kwara State intensifies, an interesting feature is the range of young people who have shown interest in competing for the various seats up for grabs by 2023. The majority of these not-too-young-to-run apostles who have shown an interest in stepping into the arena and challenging the …

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Johnson families clean up after homes flood

JOHNSON, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Some homes in Johnson are no longer habitable after floodwaters seeped inside. John Albright said he woke up to floodwaters on Thursday morning. The water rose to his chest as he emerged from his home. “I woke up and bent over my bed and I was …

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Youth homicides on the rise in Indy

INDIANAPOLIS — A 15-year-old boy died in a triple shooting this week. The police are still looking for the murderer in this case. Early Tuesday morning, police were called to Caroline Avenue and found three people shot dead inside a car. The three victims, Anthony Morman, 31, Marvin Walker Junior, …

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City Increases Funding for Public Art and Local Artists – Merced County Times

Patricia Pratt, Eddie Rodriguez and an unidentified activist await the start of the city council meeting on Monday evening. Pratt and friends have been advocating for more public and community art since 2013. Merced executives agreed to allocate more of the city’s budget to public art projects after sending out …

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Lev Announces New $170M in Funding from Parker89, Cross River Digital Ventures and Others

Since its launch in 2019, the CRE transaction platform has grown to become one of the‘s the top 100 loan originators, having facilitated more than $1.5 billion nowadays NEW YORK, May 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Levthe digital platform for commercial real estate transactions (CRE), announced today $170 million in new …

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Paul Bickford: “I was influenced by educators”

PARIS – SAD 17’s has announced a new change in the administrative leadership of the district: Paul Bickford, currently Principal of Oxford Hills Technical School, has been appointed Principal of Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School. You could say Bickford was born for the job, having walked the halls of Oxford …

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NJDEP Clean Marina Program Protects State’s Coastal Waterways

“A HEALTHY COAST”: The Department of Environmental Protection created its Clean Marina program to help preserve NJ’s waters and surrounding environments. MarineMax in Brant Beach (above) was certified this year. (Photo by Ryan Morrill) In the years since the New Jersey Clean Marina Program was established in 2005 by the …

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Seymour’s Williams Honored in Silver Anniversary Team

Amber Holle Williams, second from right, was praised by former Seymour teammates, left to right, Krystal Weber Harrell, Brianne Brown Miller, Jennifer Chastain Schneider, coach Donna Sullivan and Lauren Clark Fitzsimmons for being named to the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame’s Silver Anniversary team. Saturday evening. Arv Koontz | The …

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City Council Approves US Bailout Funding for Nine Community Organizations | News

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Nordic Rout Gogebic | News, Sports, Jobs

WELLS — The Bay College bats were much hotter than the weather here Sunday in a 21-0 rout of Gogebic Community College in Game 2 of a softball doubleheader. The Norse also won the first match 10-0. Both were decided in five innings. Bay (27-15) had 18 of …

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North Carolina officials warn algae bloom likely as weather warms

An algal bloom in the Pamlico River in 2021. Photo: NCDEQ With hot summer days comes the possibility of algae blooms in state waters. The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality’s Water Resources Division reminded the public on Monday to avoid contact with discolored water that could indicate the presence …

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17 Must-See Family Events This May (And 10 Are FREE!) – Rocket City Mom

Looking for ideas on what to do this month? Below are our 17 picks for can’t-miss family events happening in May (and 10 are completely FREE). As always, there are MANY more on our events calendar, so be sure to subscribe to our weekly newsletter and come back on Mother’s …

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The Recorder – Shutesbury residents celebrate future library with site visit

Published: 01/05/2022 17:27:07 Modified: 01/05/2022 17:25:35 SHUTESBURY – Library trustees and friends of the MN Spear Memorial Library celebrated the success of the Small Town Library Pilot Project grant with a meet and greet, book giveaway, goods sale and a site visit Sunday afternoon as residents rejoiced at the prospect …

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New atlases will map the more than 180 billion cells in the human brain

A combination of microscopy, tissue preparation and data innovations could produce first-of-its-kind brain atlases that specify the locations and types of all 180 billion brain cells. Credit: Hillman Lab/Zuckerman Institute of Columbia Columbia-led team wins $9.1 million research grant to create fundamentally new maps that will plot cellular diversity in …

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