Monthly Archives: August 2022

Prepared, Not Afraid | It’s time to pick up the pieces | KTVE

WEST MONROE, La. (KTVE/KARD) – The rain may have slowed to a drizzle, the wind is just whispering instead of howling, but the dangers a storm leaves in its wake are still there. This is what you need to know to stay safe after a storm hits. What you should …

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Hiero Day, Roots Pride Night and Oakland Pride

The biggest events kicking off September are, without a doubt, the in-person return of Oakland Pride and the full-scale return of Hiero Day. Many more Pride and music-related events are on the horizon this year, and we look forward to highlighting them as part of this roundup. The National Weather …

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East Windsor voters to decide project funding | Windsor East

EAST WINDSOR — Voters will be asked to approve general fund balance money for four projects at a special town meeting on Thursday. The meeting will take place at 7:30 p.m. at the town hall. IN ONE LOOK Four projects are put to the vote at an extraordinary municipal meeting …

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Colony Bankcorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:CBAN) Brief Interest Update

Colony Bankcorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: CBAN – Get a rating) benefited from a significant increase in short-term interest in August. As of August 15, there was short interest totaling 265,500 shares, a 9.8% increase from the July 31 total of 241,800 shares. Based on an average daily trading volume of 109,600 …

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Visual Comfort’s new president, Arhaus, changes COO and more

As summer draws to a close, industry players are on the move. Read on for Home businessmonthly recap of arrivals and departures in design, manufacturing, media and more. Towards tradeHouston-based lighting manufacturer Visual Comfort & Co. announced Shane Judd as president of the company’s direct Circa Lighting division. Judd spent …

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University of Florida partners with SAS to address water quality challenges through analytics

Charlotte Harbor Water Quality Testing Pilot Expansion CARY, North Carolina and TALLAHASSEE, Florida., August 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The University of Florida The Center for Coastal Solutions (CCS) is embarking on an ambitious partnership with analytics leader SAS to study the factors that influence water quality in the Port of …

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Young people from Korea, ASEAN and the United States discuss peace and prosperity of the Indo-Pacific region at the camp

Participants of the ASEAN Youth Camp and Friends Pledge pose during the opening ceremony of the youth exchange program in Seoul on Monday. (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) The South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Asia Exchange Association have launched a youth exchange program to bring together young people …

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Port Canaveral security upgrades will receive $1.9 million in federal funding

The United States Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Port Security Grants Program (PSGP) has awarded $1,941,285 in federal grants for several projects in Port Canaveral to help protect the port’s critical infrastructure from terrorism and other security threats. The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) will receive …

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Commerzbank AG (OTCMKTS:CRZBY) Receives Average “Moderate Buy” Rating From Brokerages

Shares of Commerzbank AG (OTCMKTS:CRZBY – Get a rating) received an average rating of “Hold” from the eight brokerages that currently cover the business, Marketbeat reports. Four equity research analysts rated the stock with a hold rating and two issued a buy rating on the company. The 12-month average price …

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Mickey Mantle and Honus Wagner cards, Wayne Gretzky jerseys, Michael Jordan shoes and other record collectibles

The sports memorabilia market is booming. Shirts, trading cards, shoes, even miscellaneous items sold for six-figure sums. Another memorabilia record was broken on Saturday. A 1952 Mickey Mantle card in mint condition was sold by Heritage Auctions for $12.6 million. Anthony Giordano, a waste management entrepreneur from New Jersey, originally …

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Don’t swim, splash, waterski, or motorboat in the Willamette River near St. Johns, health officials warn

People should not swim, waterski or motorboat in the Willamette River near the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland due to an overgrowth of toxic cyanobacteria, state health officials warned Friday. The warning applies to the Willamette from Cathedral Park south to the Willamette Cove area just north of the St. …

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Video: Philadelphia’s Clay Studio brings art to Kensington

When the Clay Studio moved from the Old Town storefront it had called home since 1980 to a warehouse in an emerging art corridor in Kensington, it got a lot more than 13,000 additional square feet. The nonprofit gallery and ceramics school builds on its mission to make art — …

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Los Angeles City Council added funding to reduce Roomkey project sites – Daily News

The Los Angeles City Council authorized additional funding of $2.9 million on Friday, August 26, for the demobilization of Project Roomkey, a housing program created during the winding down coronavirus pandemic. The board also voted to temporarily extend the program at its three remaining locations: Highland Gardens in Hollywood, the …

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Insider Selling: BayCom Corp (NASDAQ:BCML) Director Sells 8,650 Shares

BayCom Corp (NASDAQ: BCML – Get a rating) Director Robert G. Laverne sold 8,650 shares in a trade that took place on Thursday, August 25. The shares were sold at an average price of $19.37, for a total value of $167,550.50. Following the completion of the sale, the director now …

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Cyberattack increases pressure on European water suppliers during drought

A cyberattack on a UK company that provides drinking water to 1.6 million customers has raised security concerns about the vulnerability of these utilities across drought-stricken Europe. South Staffordshire PLC said last week that its IT systems had been hit by a cyberattack, but it did not affect the company’s …

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Governor Reynolds Recognizes Iowa Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals

DES MOINES — Governor Kim Reynolds has signed a proclamation declaring August 21-27 Iowa Water and Wastewater Professionals Week. The Governor is urging Iowans to recognize the valuable role clean water plays in the lives of all Iowans this week, as part of the proclamation, ‘The Workforce of the Water …

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Despite winning the playoffs, Shenango wants to shake off a disappointing 2021

By: Josh Rowntree Thursday, August 25, 2022 | 2:50 p.m. Coming off a 7-2 season in 2020, Shenango had high hopes this time last year. But reality fell short of expectations and, despite a second straight season with a playoff win, the Wildcats wanted more. “We thought we would have …

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Who is eligible for student loan forgiveness?

Document with student loan waiver title. Getty Images/iStockphoto Student borrowers finally got an answer on student loan forgiveness. President Biden made an official announcement on student loan forgiveness on Wednesday after saying for months that he was looking closely at reducing student debt. Despite calls from some Democratic lawmakers to …

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As Amazon grows, so does its gaze on consumers – Herald Democrat

By Halelia Hadero AP Business Writer From what you buy online, to how you remember tasks, to when you watch your doorstep, Amazon is seemingly everywhere. And it looks like the company doesn’t want to stop its reach anytime soon. In recent weeks, Amazon said it would spend billions of …

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Flood cleanup underway in Balch Springs – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Homeowners in Balch Springs spent the day airing out their belongings, removing drywall and cleaning up the mess left by Monday’s flash flooding. “Horrible, it was bad. It only rained for 12 hours straight and it was 12 to 13 inches. My house couldn’t handle it,” said Rick Waltz, who …

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How High School Football Coach Hoover Plans to Rebuild the Program

Hoover Football’s Theo Evans has a voice cut out for a head coach. As he drills with a new team of Huskies, Evans’ voice can be heard from the practice field to the parking lot of the public pool, even with the mid-2000s pop music ringing through. pool speakers. His …

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$15 million in grants available for Colorado communities to reduce wildfire risk

The Colorado State Forest Service is now accepting applications for the Forest Restoration and Fire Risk Mitigation Grant Program. Community groups, homeowners associations, utilities, and nonprofits are just a few of the groups eligible to apply for grants from the $15 million funding pool. Applications will be accepted until 5 …

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BNPL Tamara raises $100 million in Series B

Saudi startup buy now, pay later (BNPL) Tamara raised a $100 million Series B funding round led by Sanabil Investments with participation from Coatue, Shorooq Partners, Endeavor Catalyst and existing investor Checkout.com. In a Monday, Aug. 22, press release announcing the news, Tamara said it would use the funding to …

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Presentation of Faculty Awards at FHSU Fall Convocation

Dr. CD Clark, Dr. Jeanne Sumrall, Dr. April Terry University Communication FHSU The Faculty Member of the Year award went to Dr. CD Clark, Associate Professor of Physics. The Commerce Bank provided a $1,000 stipend to Dr. Clark in recognition of this honor. Dr. Clark has provided exemplary service to …

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Flash flooding at Carlsbad Caverns National Park forces the evacuation of about 160 people

Eddy County, where much of the park is located, was under a flash flood warning Saturday afternoon, and the park received 0.6 inches of rain that day, according to the National Weather Service. Heavy downpours sent floodwaters rushing through the park. Unable to leave, park visitors hunkered down at the …

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Springfield Jewish Community Center camp brings joy to diverse population, including children from Ukraine and Afghanistan

Matthew Grochowski has been attending the Jewish Community Center’s summer camp since 2015, with the exception of 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic closed the traditional camp. “I was shocked. Not devastated, but shocked,” said Grochowski, a 15-year-old from Somers, who enjoyed activities in the final week of the 2022 camp …

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Louisiana state officials delay New Orleans flood funding for second time over city officials’ stance on abortion

Landry urged the commission to deny funding in both cases because of a New Orleans City Council resolution encouraging law enforcement in the area not to enforce the state’s abortion ban. state in their respective jurisdictions. The project, titled “New Sewerage and Water Board Power Plant, Planning and Construction” is …

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Delhi police have busted an extortion racket supplying user databases to servers based in China and Hong Kong

NNA | Updated: August 20, 2022 11:45 p.m. STI New Delhi [India] Aug 20 (ANI): The Delhi Police’s Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations (IFSO) special unit on Saturday busted an alleged extortion racket involved in supplying user databases to China-based servers and in Hong Kong, a Delhi police official informed. …

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Apply for 40 permanent non-teaching positions on dunt.uod.ac.in | Check the pay scale here

Delhi University Recruitment 2022: Deshbandhu College, University of Delhi has issued a recruitment notice inviting applicants to apply for the permanent non-teaching positions. Interested applicants can apply online by visiting the College’s official website at dunt.uod.ac.in. As per the official notification, the deadline for submitting the online application form is …

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Floodwaters crossed more land than previously thought in Waverly

WAVERLY, Tenn. (WSMV) – New video obtained by WSMV4 Investigates shows rising floodwaters, responsible for the deaths of 20 people in Waverly on August 21, 2021, had grown so extensive that they crossed more sections of ground than previously thought. The video is another example of why so many people …

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Province pledges $2 million to Kananaskis summer camp

Yesterday, YMCA Camp Leader Hector received $2 million in financial relief from the UCP government. Officials including Culture Minister Ron Orr and Banff/Kananaskis MPP Miranda Rosin were on hand to make the announcement. They both shared their personal experiences of the profound effect youth summer camp programs have had on …

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Project Director (PROPEL) – United States of America

FHI 360 personnel working in the United States must be fully immunized against COVID-19, regardless of the type of project or client they serve, or their employment status (full/part-time, telecommuting or on-call). cabinet), unless an accommodation applies. FHI 360 complies with federal, state, and local laws regarding accommodations related to …

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Hill A. Feinberg sells 32,500 shares of Hilltop Holdings Inc. (NYSE:HTH)

Hilltop Holdings Inc. (NYSE: HTH – Get an assessment) Director Hill A. Feinberg sold 32,500 shares of the company in a trade on Tuesday, August 16. The stock was sold at an average price of $29.69, for a total value of $964,925.00. Following the transaction, the administrator now owns 622,736 …

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IRA Incentives for Carbon Sequestration and Low Carbon Fuels – Oil, Gas and Power

August 18, 2022 Foley Hoag LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. Yesterday, President Biden signed the Cut Inflation Act into law, creating legislation that contains the largest climate-related incentives in US history. Within weeks of the bill being …

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The city will offer the SPARK camp on August 26

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The Corpus Christi Parks and Recreation Department offers its SPARK Camp for ages 6-16 on Friday, August 26 at the Lindale Recreation Center, located at 3133 Swantner Drive. Two sessions will be available to choose from among the following: Morning session from 7:30 a.m. to …

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Project Manager (ECHO) – Occupied Palestinian Territory

The objective of the post is to manage a project financed by ECHO within the framework of the Education in Emergencies (EIE) sector. With this funding, World Vision JWG is implementing a 24-month project targeting 41 schools across the West Bank – Area C in Yatta, Bethlehem, Nablus, Jenin, Tubas, …

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Ares Commercial Real Estate Co. (NYSE:ACRE) Short Interest Up 10.8% in July

Ares Commercial Real Estate Co. (NYSE: ACRE – Get a rating) was the target of a surge in short-term interest in July. As of July 31, there was short interest totaling 1,440,000 shares, an increase of 10.8% from the July 15 total of 1,300,000 shares. Based on an average trading …

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Publication of Indian Coast Guard Notification AC 02/2023; apply from August 17

Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has issued the official notification for the recruitment of Deputy Commander -02/2023 batch. Eligible applicants can apply online at joinindiancoastguard.gov.in portal from August 17 (11:00 a.m.) to September 7 (5:30 p.m.). ICG Deputy Commander’s Batch Notification 02/2023 proposes 50 general duty and entry-level commercial pilot positions, …

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NEPA indeed poses a very big impediment to coal mining on public lands – Oil, Gas and Power

August 16, 2022 Foley Hoag LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On Friday, I issued a ruling invalidating BLM Resource Management Plans for non-compliance with NEPA. My caption was “NEPA is always going to pose a …

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Browns activate cornerback Denzel Ward from PUP roster

BEREA, Ohio — The Browns secondary is about to get its most important player back. Cornerback Denzel Ward was activated from the active/physically unable to perform roster on Monday, the team announced. Wide receiver Derrick Dillon was waived to make room. Ward injured his left foot during minicamp final practice …

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Render shows the design of the large Southwest Lakeland park

A rendering presented to city commissioners on Friday gives the public a preview of the design being considered for a large new park planned for southwest Lakeland on Pipkin and Medulla roads near Lakeland Linder International Airport. “We’re talking about almost 101.5 acres in an area that’s extremely active right …

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International Bancshares Co. (NASDAQ:IBOC) plans semi-annual dividend of $0.60

International Bancshares Co. (NASDAQ:IBOC – Get a rating) declared a semi-annual dividend on Thursday, August 4 Zacks reports. Shareholders of record on Tuesday August 16 will receive a dividend of 0.60 per share from the bank on Monday August 29. This represents a dividend yield of 2.7%. The ex-dividend date …

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Conservation partnership restores native brook trout to five ponds in five years

AFP Last update: 11:11 a.m., August 13, 2022 Photo courtesy of USDA Forest Service/Freshwaters Photo illustrated by David Herasimtschuk A fine mist rolled off the surface of Round Pond as morning dawned over White Mountain National Forest in Albany, Maine. An old man and his granddaughter hauled a red canoe …

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Celtics’ Grant Williams talks Jaylen Brown’s mindset

Getty Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics. This offseason has been dominated by trade rumours. The Boston Celtics have been thrown into the fire as it was leaked that they showed potential interest in trading for Brooklyn Nets superstar Kevin Durant. But in the theoretical trading package, Jaylen Brown should …

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Lucy Family Institute for Data & Society Funds A&L Faculty Project Proposals | News | Department of Political Science

Professors at the College of Arts and Letters participate in interdisciplinary projects — funded by the Lucy Family Institute for Data and Society (the Institute) — this inspire new research and scholarship, improve stakeholder engagement, foster collaboration, and address “nasty problems.” The Institute solicited proposals from Affiliates and Fellows to …

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India’s EarlySalary in talks to raise $110m in TPG-led funding – source

Aug 12 (Reuters) – Indian digital lending startup EarlySalary is in talks to raise $110 million in a funding round led by private equity firm TPG, a source with knowledge told Reuters. directly from the case. Norwest Venture Partners will also enter as a new investor in the deal, which …

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City: No Pollution in Carson River in EPA Case

Carson RiverPat Devereux Carson City officials said Douglas County wastewater prompted an Environmental Protection Agency allegation that the city was violating the Clean Water Act’s pretreatment program. Carson City Director of Public Works Darren Schulz said there is an existing agreement with Douglas County “to remove a portion of their …

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International Youth Day Global Snapshot: Young people…

Nazmus Sakib Bin Mustafa, who leads his local YES group, was 11 when he first realized he wanted to make a difference. “I saw a flyer from Transparency International Bangladesh at school, explaining how much money was used for corruption in Bangladesh. That was enough to keep over 10,000 schools …

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MGA Thermal secures federal funding for energy storage project – pv magazine International

Newcastle-based clean energy company MGA Thermal has secured federal government funding to develop a 5 MWh pilot plant to demonstrate steam generation from stored thermal energy with the ability to deliver a new form medium-term energy storage. August 11, 2022 David Carroll Through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA), the …

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Digital lending market in India, industry revenue, sales, shares,

Market overview Digital lending is one of the fastest growing fintech sectors in India, and it will continue to grow tremendously in the coming years. Digital lending is making loans using websites or mobile apps while using technology for credit reporting and authorization. Neo-banks, non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) and fintech …

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‘Never give up’: Lewiston graduates 20 more students at summer ceremony

Najmo Ahmed, left, and Muna Hassan greet friends, family and supporters ahead of their graduation from Lewiston High School at The Green Ladle on Tuesday. Hassan was the class leader and student lecturer. Andrée Kehn/Sun Journal LEWISTON — When Muna Hassan began her senior year at Lewiston High School, she …

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Lawsuit launched seeking EPA pollution limits for Arizona Creek threatened by copper mine

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.7 million members and online activists dedicated to protecting endangered species and wild places. The Sierra Club is one of the largest and most influential local environmental organizations in the United States, with more than 3.5 …

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Irvine Musicians Join NYBBS Marching Band Summer Camp

Two young musicians from Irvine took part in Scotland’s largest youth brass band school last week. Sisters Charlie and Evie Boax, who play with Irvine & Dreghorn Brass, joined the National Youth Brass Band of Scotland (NYBBS) residential summer course at Strathallan School in Forgandenny from Sunday 31 July to …

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NH Delegation Announces $19 Million Federal Funding for Berlin Infrastructure Project

August 08, 2022 (Berlin, NH) – US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) – a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Committee – and U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan (D-NH) and Representatives Annie Kuster (NH-02) and Chris Pappas (NH-01) announced that the city of Berlin would receive $19,534,391 from the U.S. Department of …

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Owl Rock Capital (NYSE:ORCC) Receives New Price Target of $15.00 at JMP Securities

Owl Rock Capital (NYSE: ORCC – Get a rating) had its target price lowered by JMP Securities from $16.00 to $15.00 in a research report released on Monday, Target Stock Advisor reports. The brokerage currently has a “market outperforming” rating on shares of the tech company. JMP Securities’ price target …

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A new school year is looming for Big Country students

Staff report | Abilene Reporter-News Some students in the Abilene area will return to class for a new school year as early as this week, while others still have a few weeks of summer vacation ahead. Fall classes at Abilene schools will begin on the following schedule: August 11 – …

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Democrats Push Biden’s Climate, Health Priorities to Senate OK

Democrats drove their election-year economic package toward Senate approval early Sunday, debating a measure less ambitious than President Joe Biden’s original national vision, but one that touches on the party’s deep-rooted dreams of slowing the global warming, moderate pharmaceutical costs and tax huge corporations. The debate began on Saturday and …

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Sixers goalie Tyrese Maxey hosts kids’ camp, talks offseason additions and his confidence boost

Tyrese Maxey will never forget the time he landed a game-winning shot in a scrimmage at Brooklyn Nets forward LaMarcus Aldridge’s camp in their hometown of Dallas, Texas. The Sixers guard felt inspired by the surroundings as he showed young Maxey that one day he could make it in the …

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Rithm Capital Corporation (NYSE:RITM) Receives Average “Moderate Buy” Recommendation From Brokerages

Shares of Rithm Capital Corporation (NYSE: RITM – Get a rating) received a consensus “moderate buy” recommendation from the eight research firms that currently cover the stock, reports MarketBeat.com. One analyst rated the stock with a sell recommendation and six gave the company a buy recommendation. The 12-month average target …

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Why were the victims of the Dolphins tampering scheme not compensated?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Camp One of the biggest questions that has arisen following the league’s finding that the Dolphins obviously tampered with Sean Payton and Tom Brady concerns the compensation, or lack thereof, awarded to victims of the tampering. The tampering policy makes the “offended club” (as used in …

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DJ Reader loves Line Youth; Big Willie Tours

DJ Reader, the devastating tackle for the Bengals (see AFC Tennessee Division), credits the youthfulness of the defensive line with invigorating things up front this training camp. And, after some one-on-one pass rush drills earlier in the week, it’s clear that Reader picked up where he left off and that …

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Sandy River Bridge project receives over $2 million in funding – Daily Bulldog

West speaks to Congressman Jared Golden and a group of officials during a recent site visit. FARMINGTON – More than $2 million was recently secured for the Sandy River Bridge project; the bridge will connect the 14-mile Whistle Stop Trail to central Farmington. The 336-foot bridge will be built on …

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Netflix is ​​gearing up for greatness. What does this company have up its sleeve?

VSCompetition in the streaming industry is fierce, with content at the center of the fight for the top. Many of the biggest names in streaming have content libraries that span decades. However, netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) is catching up after entering original content production in 2013. The company is now trying to …

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UKPSC Group C Answer Key 2022 (Out) at psc.uk.gov.in raise an objection until 08 August

Uttrakhand PSC has published the answer key for the various Group C messages on its official website-psc.uk.gov.in. Object until August 08, 2022. UKPSC Group C Answer Key 2022 Download UKPSC Group C Answer Key 2022: The Uttrakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has released the answer key for the various Group …

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Editorial: A Water Disconnect – Storm Lake Times Pilot

The people of Iowa, especially the Storm Lakers, pay great attention to water quality. When dead fish started washing up on shore last week, locals immediately started contacting us via email and text messages and posting alerts on social media. People wanted immediate answers. A swimmer has just died of …

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Emirates News Agency – DCT Abu Dhabi launches ‘MAKTABA’ summer camp

ABU DHABI, 2nd August, 2022 (WAM) — MAKTABA, the Library Management Section of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism (DCT Abu Dhabi), is hosting its popular annual MAKTABA Summer Camp from 1st to 28th August 2022, to improve the creative and entrepreneurial skills of children and adolescents through …

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Jefferson City Council approves over $5.1 million in ARPA funding

JEFFERSON CITY, MO (KMIZ) The Jefferson City Council has approved more than $5.1 million in ARPA funding for various projects across the city. The board approved ten projects: $175,000 from the city’s ARPA funds for lost CVB revenue $150,000 from the city’s ARPA funds for downtown beautification planter matching funds …

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Blue Foundry Bancorp (NASDAQ:BLFY) Director Patrick H. Kinzler Buys 2,000 Shares

Blue Foundry Bancorp (NASDAQ:BLFY – Get a rating) Manager Patrick H. Kinzler bought 2,000 shares in a trade that took place on Friday, July 29. The shares were acquired at an average cost of $11.75 per share, for a total transaction of $23,500.00. Following the completion of the acquisition, the …

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EXCLUSIVE: How South West APC governments are disbanding transport union NURTW, appointing loyalists as park managers to work for Tinubu’s presidential ambition

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has moved to illegally benefit from the agreement between the transport union, the National Union of Road Transport Workers and the electoral body, the Independent National Electoral Commission, for efficient logistics election materials and election workers during elections. Ahead of the 2023 elections, some state …

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