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NSW records 20 deaths, 193 people in intensive care with COVID-19

Another 20 people died of COVID-19 in New South Wales in the 24 hours as of 8 p.m. Friday, down slightly from yesterday’s statewide record of 29 deaths. Key points: The number of daily cases fell from more than 63,000 to 48,768 Hospitalizations increased slightly from 2,525 to 2,576 Only …

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Meesoon Han helps bridge Alabama-Korea divide

Her son was upset. More than that, he was confused. He explained that he got into a fight with a classmate in his adopted hometown of Montgomery after being called an insult, an insult typically directed at people of Chinese descent. “I’m Korean,” he told his mother. More than 20 …

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William F. Dixon

Fairlea-William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, passed away with his children by his side on Thursday, December 30, 2021. Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon. In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jo …

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Over 1,000 toys distributed to children at Parkway Gardens

Residents of Parkway Gardens marked the holidays with a Winter Wonderland experience and freebies for all residents 18 and under on Saturday, December 11. Related Midwest and Related Affordable have teamed up with Chi Gives Back to deliver toys to kids. More than 500 residents enjoyed individually wrapped cookies, games, …

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Keith Fredrich Lillich

Keith Fredrich Lillich, 76, of Colorado Springs, CO, passed away on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2021, surrounded by his family. Keith was born to Herman and Marie (Stutheit) Lillich on September 27, 1945 in Bird City, KS. Keith graduated as a valedictorian in 1963 and graduated from the University of …

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William Dixon Obituary (1927 – 2021) – White Sulfur Springs, WV

William F. “Lindburgh” Dixon, 94, of Fairlea died with his children by his side on December 30, 2021.Bill was born November 18, 1927 in Sunlight, WV, to the late Arthur G. and Mary Virginia Bare Dixon.In addition to his parents, Bill was predeceased by his wife Mary Jo Gee Dixon; …

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Business of the week: Woodson YMCA

Pilot and review of Wausau Editor’s Note: Company of the week is a sponsored article that shares the stories of locally owned and operated businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and how they contribute to the unique flavor of the metropolitan area. Learn how …

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Support national parks in 2021

WASHINGTON, December 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – As we enter the final days of the year, the National Park Foundation (NPF) reflects on how it has supported national parks throughout 2021. Thanks to a growing community of champions of the parks, including donors, foundations, corporate partners, National Park Service …

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The Bristol Press – Teams have been chosen for the annual Sloper Plunge, which raises funds so families in need can send children to camp

SOUTHINGTON – Teams are forming for the 17th annual Sloper Plunge, which will see groups jump into the cold waters of Sloper Pond. The event raises funds so families in need can send their children to Camp Sloper this summer. The Sloper Plunge will be held on Saturday February 26 …

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Queensland COVID case today: Residents warned to prepare for ‘significantly higher’ numbers after more than 700 infections on Sunday

Queensland has detected 714 new cases of COVID-19 as authorities warn more infections will be diagnosed in the coming days. Chief Health Officer John Gerrard said the drop in the number of cases from the previous day follows a lull in testing on Christmas Day. In the video above, an …

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Castlemaine’s COVID-19 cases rise after school cluster outbreak

A cluster of schools at Castlemaine North Elementary School in the Victoria area isolated families over Christmas and continues to spread after students brought the virus to school last week. Key points: 63 cases are now linked to the Castlemaine North primary school cluster 53 students and two staff members …

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Community Responds to Help Ministry Support Children and Families in Rockingham | News

Santa greets a child during last year’s hometown Christmas drive-thru. Randy Priddy assembles one of over 100 bikes. Karen Mays, left, and Donna Scott spend hours wrapping teenage boxes with gifts for boys and girls ages 13-18. Bubba Edwards and Staci Evans, left to right, fill gift bags with socks, …

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Fountain of Youth Football Camp transmits the fundamentals

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (WCJB) – No matter the time of year, the chance for athletes to train and improve in their sport is always in season. On Saturday morning, more than 30 children aged 6-18 showed up at the Fountain of Youth Footwork football camp held at Eastside High School. From …

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Cambridge Public Library’s most viewed children’s titles in 2021

According to public library staff, Cambridge Public Library patrons viewed the youth titles listed below the most in 2021. The brief excerpts that follow each list may be from summaries written by the publisher. “Dog Man Series: Mothering Heights” by Dav Pilkey “Dog Man is out of luck, Petey confronts …

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For this theater director, a mission that goes beyond the stage

“It was what it was, and I knew the narrative as a black southerner,” he said, reflecting on the experience. It was the day after “Eubia! performance, and he was seated in his spacious office at the performing arts complex. We could hear the upbeat singing of a rehearsal of …

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City of Oakland | California State Parks awards $ 18 million to Oakland …

Date posted: December 13, 2021 at 1:46 PMLast update: December 13, 2021 at 1:50 p.m. Oakland, California – The City of Oakland received $ 18.2 million under the California State Parks Community Park Development and Community Revitalization Grant program to increase access to the outdoors, contribute to better quality of …

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‘Bangladesh War: Report from Ground Zero by Manash Ghosh’, journalist’s diary notes: The Tribune India

Manash gosh What the Jews were to Hitler, the Hindus were to Niazi. He would ask his troops to count the number of Hindus they had killed each day, so that a large official tally could be made at the end of the month. This would give a clear idea …

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Orange County and US Under-20 defenseman Kobi Henry look to impress with USMNT

Kobi Henry is one of the surprising names in the USMNT’s December roster, but the Orange County defenseman comes into the camp after a USL title with Orange County and a strong American U-20 camp. Brian Sciaretta from ASN spoke with Henry about his past before the meeting and his …

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A Way Home Kamloops Gears Up For Virtual Camp To End Youth Homelessness This Weekend

“Part of this [event funding] will continue the programming that we offer right now, and it will also be put in reserve for the programming that we will offer at Katherine’s Place, which we plan to fully inform young people – whether they are in our accommodation now, on our …

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Obituary: Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre

Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre GARDINER – Rosario “Rosy” J. Santerre, 100, passed away peacefully at Woodlands Memory Care in Hallowell, Maine on Friday, December 3, 2021. Rosy was born on November 2, 1921 in North Connor, Maine, son of Albert and Mattie Santerre. The family then moved to Waterville. Rosy …

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How St. Petersburg’s Kyle Konin made his NHL dream come true

TAMPA – Kyle Konin had just stepped off the ice Thursday after his weekly morning practice with the Lightning alumni when he saw he had three missed calls from general manager Julien BriseBois. “I was like, ‘Oh boy, I did something really bad or something really good,” said Konin, a …

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DOST-SEI partners with Knowledge Channel to bring STEM closer to students and teachers – Manila Newsletter

The Institute for Science Education of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST-SEI) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOA) with the Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI) to bring science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) Filipino students and teachers. (DOST-SEI) Through the “Content Partnership” pact, UTE educational content will be …

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The new Mango Area park offers intergenerational swings

Mango Park & ​​Recreation Center celebrated the grand opening of a new 8,000 square foot playground for children of all skill levels in October. Kids of all ages have a new place to play this month. Mango Park & ​​Recreation Center celebrated the grand opening of a new 8,000 square …

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Cambridge Police Department welcomes new cadets

The Cambridge Police Department welcomed four new cadets to the agency after a special ceremony on November 19 at the Robert W. Healy Public Safety Facility. The new cadets are the second class to join the department after the city reinstated the cadet program in 2019. The Cadet Program is …

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Residents can enjoy the Greenwich Tree Lighting Ceremony from the comfort of their home

The annual tree-lighting ceremony in Greenwich will be a little different this year, but the town hall lights will still shine during the holidays. Last year, the town greeted the holidays with a ceremony that included Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus, Frosty the Snowman and a Mechanical Rudolph. But with …

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Thank in Hopeful, Georgia

In a community whose very name reminds us to continue, gratitude is a tradition. Hopeful is an unincorporated area of ​​Mitchell County, made up of rolling farmland and old buildings full of memories. It was named after the Hopeful Baptist Church, which is – and itself serves – as the …

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The Northwest Daily | Football: Northwestern players prepare to take on Illinois and fandom of friends and family

Soccer College football’s most historic rivalries are based on hate, like the Iron Bowl between Alabama and Auburn and The Game between Michigan and Ohio State. Not so much with the Northwest and Illinois. “For me personally, it’s fun,” said second-year tackle Peter Skoronski, from Park Ridge, Ill.. “A bunch …

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Weekly Column: Thank You, Idahoans

22 November 2021 Guest column submitted by US Senator Mike Crapo The great people of Idaho are among my blessings this Thanksgiving season. We have been tested by challenges this year, and Idahoans have repeatedly faced these challenges with kindness, hope, good judgment and optimism. Throughout Idaho, we find countless …

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The truth about RCD Espanyol

Saturday is derby day (9:00 p.m. CET) and here’s a look at Barca’s first opponents of the Xavi Hernández era, none other than local rivals RCD Espanyol. HISTORY OF THE CLUB Hans Gamper sparked a football craze in the city when he founded FC Barcelona by 1899, and within a …

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Creating paths to nature | UM Detroit

Micah Blake Smith Courtesy of Belle Isle Conservancy Detroit is known for the cars and the traffic that goes with it. Many neighborhoods are filled with houses close to each other and large business districts. And there are concrete slabs almost everywhere you look. Micah Blake-Smith loved growing up in …

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EVENTS | Local News | greensburgdailynews.com

We welcome news on upcoming events from Southeast Indiana from nonprofit organizations in the area. Email them at [email protected] Questions can be directed to Kevin Green at 812-663-3111 ext. 217056. November 16 9 a.m. – Decatur County Council meets in Room 106 of the Decatur County Courthouse. Open to the …

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The Labor Party returns to power in Norway

The Norwegian Labor Party returned to power last month leading a coalition government with the rural-based Center Party. The minority government ends an eight-year reign of the Conservative Party, which has governed most of the time in coalition with the far-right Progress Party. The Labor return was not the product …

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YMCA looks to community to help complete renovations at Camp Kirkwood

Camp Kirkwood (Photo: YMCA) BURGAW, NC (WWAY) – Camp YMCA Kirkwood is the subject of a million dollar fundraising campaign to renovate its swimming pool, replace electrical service throughout the camp and improve its overall infrastructure. Renovation projects include new sanitary facilities, dining room roof replacement, kitchen upgrades, road repairs …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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H2O Summer Service Camp – “When we feel heard”

H2O campers used ArcGis to put their observations on a map for use by town planners. H2O “Helping Others” hosted three in-person summer service camp sessions in 2021. Middle school participants enjoyed eight days of volunteer work, small group interactions with awesome counselors, brainstorming, speakers, games and more! We have …

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Letters: Young incarcerated | Chavez offline

Send your letter to the editor using this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. We have to do betterby incarcerated young people The court system shows you the fangs the second you are born a person of color. Once an individual makes a mistake at a young age, the …

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Pre-season opening emotional reunion for Jordan Clarkson

Monday’s preseason opener against Spurs will be an emotional comeback for Utah Jazz goalie and Wagner graduate Jordan Clarkson. The game will be played on the fifth anniversary of the death of former Roosevelt star Cameron Moore, one of Clarkson’s best friends. Moore, who played for Alabama-Birmingham after graduating from …

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Lahmers Wright and Caldwell recognized at conference

Cambridge City School District employees Robin Lahmers, Summer CATS Camp Program Manager, Ed Wright, Treasurer, and Dave Caldwell, Business Manager, received awards at the Ohio School’s annual fall conference Boards Association in the South East region. Lahmers, nominated by Rose Marie Daymut, Director of Federal Programs and 6-12 Curriculum, received …

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Hoosiers teach and help students at atterbury camp

JOHNSON COUNTY, Ind. – The Hoosiers help from the bottom of their hearts and rings true for the kids at Camp Atterbury as well. With their first day of school last Tuesday, teachers volunteer their time each weekend to teach English and help with math. One of those teachers is …

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Maplewood’s funky fun art brings the magic

From the Maplewood Recreation Division The delay of the start of the school year allowed Funky Fun Art to extend our summer until September and to offer additional weeks of camp! Funky Fun Art welcomed over 400 campers to our magical “enchanted forest” this summer! Campers have been transformed into …

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Al Horford saw the fountain of youth

Al Horford normally injects the oil back into his joints at this time of year. His team probably had a long playoff streak and, in an effort to lessen wear and tear, the 35-year-old spent the summer recovering. Not so much this fall, however. “At the start of this year …

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Pulaski County Extension Welcomes New 4-H Agent | Local News

There is a new face to the Pulaski County Extension Office. Erica Spurgeon arrived on September 1 to join Jennifer Cole as the second 4-H Youth Development Officer for the University of Kentucky Affiliate Community Organization. “Our county is so big,” Spurgeon explained. “We serve 13 primary schools and there …

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OKC Thunder Media Day: Daigneault

With the OKC Thunder 2021 Media Day finally arriving, fans can hear many new additions to the club. Of course, there are returning young stars that form the core, and head coach Mark Daigneault is back for his second season with the team. Tomorrow, Daigneault’s men will start training camp …

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Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Works With YMCA And Other Local Groups To Offer Youth Programs To Help Fight Violence | Local News

“The role of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office is to try to stop the violence in the community,” Kimbrough said. Michael Bragg, spokesperson for the YMCA of Northwestern North Carolina, admitted that the sheriff’s office is working with YMCA officials on several youth projects. “It’s ongoing right now,” Bragg said. …

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Company owner praises Lions Club and locals band

BIG RAPIDS – Giving back to a community can be one of the best ways to keep it going, and a Big Rapids organization has been praised by a local business owner for their efforts to help small businesses in the area throughout of the pandemic. The Big Rapids Lions …

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