Monthly Archives: June 2022

Teen helps breast cancer survivors recover – Jamaica Information Service

Derick Bernard, 18, is entirely focused on his career as a breast implant surgeon. After researching the subject, he learned about the experience of traumatized breast cancer survivors and raised over $100,000 in much-needed support for them. The sixth-grader at Hillel Academy in St. Andrew is now a breast cancer …

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Zoe Butler to release ‘Old New England Town by the Sea’ about Newport

Zoe Butler now lives in Tennessee, but she’s an Aquidneck Islander down to her roots. The 24-year-old singer, songwriter and musician grew up in Portsmouth, and her new single “Old New England Town by the Sea” is a melancholy folk tune about giving up everything to return to a simple …

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Reward $500 for information on deer poaching in the Reedsport boat launch parking lot June 17 | Local News

Oregon hunters are offering a $500 reward for information about a poacher who shot a deer and left it dead in a Reedsport boat launch around 3 a.m. on June 17. The report must lead to an arrest or citation and the reporting party could opt for four ODFW fighter …

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1% sales tax information provided ahead of election

At that time, Pontiac residents should have all the information at their fingertips regarding the proposed 1% sales tax referendum when Tuesday’s primary election rolls out. But if they have any questions, the series of town hall meetings planned by the city are now over. The last of the seven …

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Pulaski County 4-H Fair Begins Today – WKVI Information Center

The week-long Pulaski County 4-H Fair begins today. 4-H participants will continue to enter exhibits throughout the day. 4-H public speaking begins at 1 p.m. and open class exhibits can be entered at 5:30 p.m. The Winamac Park Board is sponsoring a movie night in Winamac City Park …

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Information sessions planned for residents of Dalum, Wayne regarding the replacement of Bridge 11

The City of Drumheller and County of Wheatland will jointly host two public information sessions for residents of Wayne and Dalum to provide information on the upcoming replacement of Bridge 11 along Highway 10X this summer; doors open to the public at 5:30 p.m. and the session begins at 6 …

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View of the ancient town of Tianchang Township, Hebei (North China)

Aerial photo taken on June 21, 2022 shows the scenery of an ancient town in Tianchang Township of Jingxing County, north China’s Hebei Province. Historical sites have been renovated and infrastructure has been improved in the ancient town of Tianchang County to better preserve cultural heritage and attract more tourists. …

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Yreka is an ancient California town steeped in fascinating history

Posted in Northern California June 20, 2022 by Lysa Allman-Baldwin California is full of small towns and big cities steeped in fascinating history. And much of it began during the Gold Rush era that began in the 1800s. Each location offers a distinct window into …

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£20,000 reward for information on Mark Hall murder

Detectives from the PSNI’s Major Investigations Team have launched a fresh appeal for information about the murder of Mark Hall, alongside the offer of a £20,000 reward from Crimestoppers. Mark Hall (31) was murdered in a gun attack in west Belfast last December. Detective Chief Inspector Neil McGuinness said: “Mark …

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Information Session Scheduled for Potential and Registered Oakville Municipal Election Candidates

On July 4, 2022, the City of Oakville will host a virtual information session for registered and potential candidates for the 2022 municipal election. The session, which runs from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., is open to anyone who has registered or is considering running for office as mayor, city …

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How the US military is helping Ukraine with information, not just weapons

From sinking a Russian navy ship to killing generals on the front lines, a number of Ukrainian military successes have been accompanied by reports that US military intelligence played a role. While clearly taking sides in the conflict, US officials are also toeing a delicate line: providing valuable aid without …

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Michael Mullins circulates letter, information to voters regarding Camden Tannery project proposal

The wording in section 3.1.2 explains that the surface soil of the grassy point where the market operates contains arsenic and gasoline range organics (GRO) in excess of what the Maine DEP deems safe for park user exposure, as well as lead in excess of safe limits for residential exposure. …

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Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: In Chicago, readers demand information

As published in the Chicago Daily News, sister publication to the Chicago Sun-Times: Since its inception, the Chicago Daily News has been published every afternoon, Monday through Saturday. When it fell on June 5, 1968, newspapers likely flew as Chicagoans clamored for news about Robert F. Kennedy. Just after midnight …

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Basalt – City Guide | summer guide

If you’re looking for a community brimming with mountain town charm and stretches of Gold Medal (current designation) river, look no further than Basalt. Nestled along two rivers – the Fryingpan and Roaring Fork – which together provide 36 miles of prime fishing, Basalt is home to mountain whitefish, brown …

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Carbondale – City Guide | summer guide

Carbondale today represents the perfect overlap between yesterday and today. It’s a city that still celebrates its ranching and farming roots (hey-o!), whether it’s the commemorative festivities of Potato Day each September or the hardy farms and still active and multi-generational ranches whose names have become Valley staples, such as …

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Snowmass Village – Town Guide | summer guide

Don’t let the name fool you. Snowmass Village has plenty to do even when there is no snow. From the free Thursday night concert series on Fanny Hill (there’s something particularly magical about a rainbow on a mountain stage) to the comedy and improv troupes performing at The Collective to …

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“Fake news threatens authentic information, investigative reporting”

Part of the World Press Freedom Day 2022 activities included assessing press freedom around the world and defending the media from attack. While identifying fake news and its negative impacts on the practice of journalism and society as a whole, experts during a panel discussion stressed the importance of disseminating …

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Current Flood Information | EmergencyInfoBC

Flooding is occurring in parts of the province. For the most up-to-date information, visit your regional district website below: Town of Smithers: Evacuation alert for low lying areas around the Bulkley Riverincluding Riverside Drive, Riverside Park Campground and Smithers Fall Fair Grounds Flood Watch issued June 4, 2022 for: Skeena …

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Council wants more information on proposed Fort Erie subdivision

A proposed development in Douglastown-Black Creek has residents and some councilors concerned. “There are a lot of assumptions and questions that we need to answer,” Ward 6 Coun. Ann-Marie Noyes said after hearing from residents and developers of Spring Creek Estates, a proposed mid-density development for an 8.67-hectare parcel of …

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