Rock Springs Ranch Unveils New Model 4-H Camp | State

K-State Research and Extension, the Kansas 4-H Foundation and Rock Springs Ranch present a new camp model for the 2022 camp season at Rock Springs Ranch. This new model will focus on the positive development of 4-H youth for Kansas youth ages 8-18 to prepare them for the challenges of …

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Missouri S&T Welcomes New Faculty

The Missouri University of Science and Technology welcomed 12 new faculty members to campus as classes resumed for the fall semester. Their areas of expertise include insecticide risk to monarch butterflies, high-performance machine learning, and smart and intelligent detection systems. The new faculties this year are: – Dr Yezad Anklesaria, …

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Q&A: Interview with Tess Gillham, Senior Design Director, Water

At Jacobs, we think differently about the future as today’s challenges demand innovative approaches to create a more connected and sustainable world. With a staunch commitment to the spaces we inhabit, both globally and environmentally, we continually re-energize our efforts to be responsible stewards of the natural world, while providing …

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Global Insurance Firm Lockton Expands Cleveland Office and Announces Appointment of Assistant Vice President Jessica Kerrigan

Kerrigan is the firm’s first P&C Professional in the Ohio Series and will lead efforts to expand risk management offerings throughout the state and the Midwest. CLEVELAND, September 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Lockton, the world’s largest private brokerage firm providing insurance, risk management, employee benefits and retirement advisory …

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Mote Marine expands research on red tide in Sarasota County

Clams and prawns have found new homes at Mote Marine Aquaculture Research Park. In large reservoirs, they are the test subjects for the lab’s latest red tide research. The experiment aims to use technology to remove excess nutrients while preserving the environment. The water runs through the entire system, located …

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How many children does Gavin Newsom have?

GOVERNOR Gavin Newsom survived a statewide recall election that once again saw some Republicans make unfounded allegations of voter fraud. Here we look at the family life of the politician. 1 Governor Gavin Newsom, his wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and their family greet each other after being sworn in on …

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“Looking back, I’m glad we played”

The football season began with a victory for the Peglegs of Stuyvesant High School. A team loaded with seniors and playoff expectations beat a tough rival from Staten Island in Game One of the season, played on the hot afternoon of Saturday, September 8, 2001. Three days later comes the …

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Restoration event supports the Restoration House

GREENFIELD – A Dine to Donate fundraiser will be held on Saturday September 18 at Costa’s Grill, 1020 W. Main St., Greenfield. Ten percent of all sales from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. go to the Talitha Koum Women’s Recovery Center. Class of 1975 to host reunion GREENFIELD – The …

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Two win this year’s LCCF Heart of Gold award | Sun News

LAGRANGE – For the first time in its history, the LaGrange County Community Foundation presented two “Heart of Gold” awards at its annual meeting on Tuesday evening. Dean Domer of Wolcottville and Shanon Statton, Mongo, were each named the foundation’s 2021 Heart of Gold recipients for their contributions to improving …

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A financial study boosts the Bison World project

The financial forecasts were made by Eide Bailly under contract with Jamestown / Stutsman Development Corp. “Almost all of the projected financial benefits will flow to the state in the form of income or taxes from the Legacy Fund into the general fund if the investment is made from the …

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Attorney General Bonta urges Biden administration to protect California waterways | State of California – Department of Justice

Expanding the Definition of “United States Waters” to Address Environmental Justice and Climate Change OAKLAND – California Attorney General Rob Bonta and New York Attorney General Letitia James today led a multi-state coalition by submitting a comment letter urging the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the United States Army Corps …

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Virginia Governor Ralph Northam – August

Virginia Positions to Become a National Leader in the Offshore Wind Industry RICHMOND—Governor Ralph Northam congratulates the Business Network for Offshore Wind and the attendees of its International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum, a three-day global conference held in the Virginia capital with over 1,300 attendees. The conference marked the culmination …

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Librarian wants school magazines for students

COLUMBUS COUNTY, NC (WECT) – After a brief summer break, the WECT Community Classroom is back! Every Tuesday on WECT News at 6 a.m., a local teacher’s DonorsChoose project is featured on the news. DonorsChoose is an online charity that helps teachers raise funds for school supplies and projects. Charity …

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Environmental justice advocates look to landmark $ 3.5 billion spending bill for bold action

Congressional Democrats and the Biden administration want to use their massive $ 3.5 trillion spending plan to help communities devastated by pollution and environmental degradation. For years, activists have pressed for the government to recognize what is called environmental justice, the broad movement to compensate communities that have suffered disproportionate …

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Commissioners hold busy meeting on August 2

The Adams County Council of Commissioners met in regular session on August 2, 2021 at the Government Center in the presence of the following members: Diane Ward, Barbara Moore and Ty Pell. The meeting was opened by President Ward and opened with prayer and the pledge of allegiance led by …

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Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki – Economic Confidential

DG NITDA Kashifu Inuwa Kashifu’s giant leap in the digital transformation of the IT sector, by Rukayyat Sadauki The information technology sector has experienced a paradigm shift in its operations and activities which has led to the digitization of government processes, reducing the costs of governance and corruption along with …

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Wayne County Public Library Completes New STEM Camp

STEM camp leader Nate Myers helps camp teens Kaleb Williams, Ari Grant, and Mason Pippin program their robot. GOLDSBORO – On Friday August 6, the Wayne County Public Library completed the first STEM camp for teens. This innovative camp is just the start of the STEM program that the library …

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$ 6.1 million grant supports virus research at AU

FAYETTEVILLE – A $ 6.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation will establish a research institute at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to study how viruses fundamentally interact with living hosts in different types of life . Ruben Michael Ceballos, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, will lead the AU’s …

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EPA breached duty to review oil dispersant plan – court

The seal of the US Environmental Protection Agency at headquarters in Washington, DC REUTERS / Ting Shen The agency has until 2023 to publish a rule updating the criteria for the safest dispersants (Reuters) – A federal judge in San Francisco has ruled that the Environmental Protection Agency illegally failed …

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Pipestone increases general fund balance in 2020

The Town of Pipestone added $ 83,893 to its general fund balance in fiscal 2020, which ended December 31, 2020.This information was part of the audit report presented by Matt Taubert, along with Meulebroeck, Taubert & Co., PLLP, at a special city council meeting on July 22. Taubert said the …

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Another drawdown of Lake Ocheda possible

The continued low water levels in the lake make it an ideal time for a second attempt, OOWD administrator Dan Livdahl told the board at a meeting on Tuesday. Livdahl said pulling the joists from the Lake Ocheda dam will only lower the lake’s level by one foot. “We are …

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Wallace State Community College Hosts STEM Camps for Elementary and High School Students

See photos of STEM Camp for middle school students | https://www.flickr.com/photos/wallacestate/albums/72157719546075014 See photos of the STEM camp for elementary school students | https://www.flickr.com/photos/wallacestate/albums/72157719630314051 HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College recently hosted two STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) camps this summer, welcoming middle and elementary school students to campus. …

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Depoe Bay Approves ARPA Funding for Wells | New

Depoe Bay has requested approximately $ 332,000 in American Rescue Plan Act grant funds to help improve the city’s water infrastructure by contributing to a project that will help rehabilitate two city-owned wells and connect them to its existing water supply system. Depoe Bay City Council, at its Tuesday night …

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Professional pedigree – Flathead Beacon

For six months, Glacier High School boys’ football coach Ryan Billiet watched sideways as the school tried, and failed, to find a replacement after Brenden Byrd resigned as coach of the girls in January. “We’ve been working together for eight to ten years to make sure there is a synergistic …

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The best coastal destinations in South Korea

If you are planning to go on vacation to Korea this summer, be sure to visit at least one of the following coastal destinations! Korea is surrounded by water on three sides, giving it many beaches of various shapes and sizes that provide a welcome escape from everyday life. Since …

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East Grand Forks to Swap Federal Road Funding

City administrator David Murphy told city council members on Tuesday August 3 that the Minnesota Department of Transportation could negotiate an agreement between the city and Polk County that would indicate $ 860,000 in federal highway funding. sub-goal ”that would otherwise go to the city in 2022 to a county …

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Inglewood Students Attend Free Summer Music Camp

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (KABC) – The Musicians at Play Foundation has created the very first summer music camp in the Inglewood Unified School District. The non-profit organization has partnered with the school district and the Teachers Association. “Music in particular has been shown to help children with math, helps them develop …

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