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Helen Sallade Obituary (1930 – 2022) – Creighton, PA

Helen A. Sallade, 92, formerly of Harwick, died peacefully at home with her family by her side on Thursday, March 3, 2022. Mrs. Sallade was born January 28, 1930 in Harmar and was the daughter of the late Frank and Anna Zebrak . She has lived the past 48 years …

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Marcia Scott – Brainerd Dispatch

Marcia Ann Scott, 89, died February 22, 2022 at Senior Class Community Memory Care in Pequot Lakes, MN. She was born to Maxwell and Pauline (Brooke) Woodward on February 23, 1932 in Clarinda, Iowa, the youngest of 2 children. Marcia was a member of the Methodist Church and PEO. She …

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30-Mile Chase Lands Two Men in Jail – Brainerd Dispatch

LITTLE FALLS – Two men were arrested Tuesday after leading law enforcement in a pursuit that covered a 30-mile stretch of Highway 10 from Royalton to Cushing in Morrison County. According to a report from the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Cloud Police Department was involved in a chase …

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Belarusian dispatch: “peaceful citizens of Belarus should not be blamed for the aggression of their state” – JURIST

Ulyana Belaya, a Belarusian contributor to JURIST, is currently a student in the International Law and European Union Law program at the European University for the Humanities in Vilnius, Lithuania. She left Belarus in September 2021. The text of this dispatch has been slightly edited to preserve the author’s voice. …

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Ukrainian dispatch: “It’s really incredible that we have war in our hometown” – JURIST

Law students and young lawyers in Ukraine file a complaint with JURIST about the latest developments in that country as it defends itself against the Russian invasion. Here, a law student from VN Karazin Kharkiv National University describes her escape from the city on Thursday after the first news of …

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DC Dispatch: Iowa delegation speaks out on Ukraine, Reynolds and Supreme Court nominee

All eyes were on Ukraine this week as Russia launched a military invasion into the country. The DC delegation from Iowa spoke about the crisis as they traveled through Iowa, visiting constituents when Congress was not in session. Iowa delegation calls for sanctions and prays for Ukraine Russia launched a …

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Police Arrest 3 People in Aitkin Drug Case – Brainerd Dispatch

AITKIN — Three people were arrested Feb. 16 in Aitkin after officers found drugs at a residence with a child present. The Aitkin Police Department reported that officers executed a search warrant in the 700 block of Fourth Street, which resulted in the arrest of Aitkin residents Jeffrey Alvin Miles …

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Police investigation shows Missouri data weakness existed a decade before Post-Dispatch revealed it | Law and order

JEFFERSON CITY — A police investigation released Monday shows a flaw in a Missouri Department of Elementary-Secondary Education webpage had been in place since 2011 and no one noticed the flaw until a reporter of Post-Dispatch reports the weakness. The 158-page report also showed that journalist Josh Renaud did not …

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Dispatch to Canada: Emergencies Act invoked, but policing concerns persist – JURIST

Ian Profiri is JURIST’s Chief Correspondent for Canada. He files this dispatch from Calgary. To say it’s been a busy week in the Canadian legal world is an understatement. For the first time in its history, the Emergencies Act was signed into law by the Prime Minister, acknowledging that policing …

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‘Go in the right direction’: TRAA and Dispatch hire more first aiders

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Although the number of employees is not yet there, two critical emergency services in Allen County have reported an increase in the number of trainees, with the number of people in the field working steadily. Joel Benz, executive director of the Three Rivers Ambulance Authority …

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Great snacks for a sweet Valentine’s course | News

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Dispatch Afghanistan: “The Taliban are afraid of Afghan women” – JURIST

Law students and lawyers in Afghanistan file reports with JURIST on the situation there after the Taliban took over. Here, a law student in Kabul reports on recent developments in the Taliban’s treatment of women in Afghanistan. For confidentiality and security reasons, we retain his name. The text has only …

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Nordic Skiing: The two Warrior teams and the Flyer boys are advancing to the state – Brainerd Dispatch

CALLAWAY — Brainerd’s Lily Schaeffer and Little Falls’ Connor Grant won individual titles and both led their respective teams to the state tournament after day two of the Section 8 meet at Maplelag Resort. Schaeffer won the pursuit portion of the event in 33:07.3. The eldest posted the fastest classic …

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Area Boys Hockey: Lightning double up Bluejackets – Brainerd Dispatch

CAMBRIDGE — Tyler Seeling scored a hat trick and Northern Lakes Lighting used a first-half flurry to defeat Cambridge-Isanti 4-2 in a non-conference game on Saturday, February 5. Darby Boelter put the Lightning on the board at 1:09 of the first period and Seeling followed that up with two goals …

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Responding to criticism, Parson’s office says Missouri governor ‘never demanded religious litmus test’ | Politics

JEFFERSON CITY — Gov. Mike Parson’s office said Friday it has no “litmus religious test” for state government employees, clarifying a statement it made earlier this week that it would not have appointed a director of health “who does not share the same Christian values” as him. Friday’s clarification follows …

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Dispatch to Myanmar: Law student describes her journey from junta prisoner to PDF fighter – JURIST

Myanmar law students report for JURIST on challenges to the rule of law in their country under the military junta that overthrew the civilian government of Aung San Suu Kyi in February 2021. In this exclusive dispatch from JURIST, law student Theint Sandi Soe tells in her own words, in …

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Review: ‘American Underdog’ is a hit with critics and audiences – Brainerd Dispatch

BAXTER – Everyone loves an underdog. Kurt Warner was about as long as they come. But the young boy from Burlington, Iowa who dreamed of becoming a Super Bowl winner beat those odds and his dream came true. I was destined for something…something more. —Kurt Warner “American Underdog” is a …

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Nordic Skiing: Bairds Win Lumberjack Jaunt – Brainerd Dispatch

BAXTER – Owen Baird won the men’s 16k classic race in 49:59 on Sunday, January 30 during the Lumberjack Jaunt at the Northland Arboretum. Molly Weyrens was the best woman in the classic 16K in 1:08.11. In the 16K state, Tom Lyscio won the men’s race in 43:08 and Mari …

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WIDSETH ANNOUNCES SEVERAL PROMOTIONS – Brainerd Dispatch

Widseth announced the following staff promotions: Gail Leverson, MBA, EDFP (BJI) – Senior Funding Specialist Cheryl Malecha (BRD) – Director of Human Resources Mike Pederson, CMWP (AXN) – Director of Environmental Services With over 20 years of experience, Leverson leads Widseth’s financing team, sourcing and securing financing for clients’ projects, …

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Clarence V. LaBorde – Brainerd Dispatch

Clarence Vernon LaBorde, 78, of Fairfield Township, died January 25, 2022 in the arms of his beloved wife Laurel to whom he was married for 57 years. Surrounded by his daughter Nancy and his three sons, Michael, David and Thomas. Clarence lost his battle against the diseases he fought so …

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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling St. Louis Circuit Attorney Violated Sunshine Law | Law and order

ST. LOUIS — The Missouri Court of Appeals in St. Louis on Tuesday upheld a judge’s ruling against the St. Louis Circuit Attorney’s Office for failing to respond to a lawsuit alleging lawsuit violations. the open state archives. The appeals court’s unanimous decision said Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner’s appeals …

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It Was Brainerd – January 24 – Brainerd Expedition

JANUARY 24 20 years ago (2002) Even if the Amer. Teachers’ Federation criticizes Minnesota graduation standards, Brainerd School District happy with grades. Asst. Supt. Gary Phillips said each state in the union would like to do as well as Minnesota, and Brainerd builds its demands from those of the state. …

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View 181: Pride in partnership with you! – Brainerd Expedition

For nearly 40 years, I have had the honor of working on behalf of Pre-K-12 students and staff as a teacher/administrator in Minnesota’s prestigious public education system – most recently as Superintendent Brainerd Warrior. One of my greatest professional accomplishments was being selected by our Brainerd Board of Education and …

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Boys Swimming and Diving: Warriors Swim Away From Cardinals – Brainerd Dispatch

WILLMAR – Thomas Ruhl and Cade Rosenwald were both double winners for the Brainerd Warriors who defeated the Willmar Cardinals ?-? Thursday, Jan. 20, to go undefeated in the Central Lakes Conference and overall. Ruhl won the 50 yard freestyle and the 100 backstroke. Rosenwald’s victories came in butterfly and …

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Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza is back – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD — From tournament veterans to those with a “fishing bucket list,” it’s time to gear up for the Brainerd Jaycees Ice Fishing Extravaganza, returning to Gull Lake Hole-in-the-Day Bay on Saturday January 29, for its 31st annual charity tournament. As the Jaycees continue to get closer and closer to …

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Slippery roads cause accidents in the Miami Valley on Sunday – WHIO TV 7 and WHIO Radio

To expand Snow plow working I-675 near 35. Photo Marshall Gorby January 17, 2022 at 12:02 a.m. EST Through OMSI staff MIAMI VALLEY – Snowy and icy roads are reported across the Miami Valley as a winter weather system moved through the area on Sunday. Several accidents were reported throughout …

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Smoke Detector Credited With Saving Lives Of 3 Brainerd Residents – Brainerd Dispatch

BRAINERD – Occupants of a southeast Brainerd home woke up to a smoke alarm that went off Thursday, Jan. 13 in the 1100 block of Pine Street. The report says heavy smoke and flames could be seen coming from the house as the Brainerd Fire Department was called to the …

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Green News | Community news

The weather has given us a bit of everything here in Green. Extreme wind, extreme cold, everything except humidity! Traces of rain with the wind, and traces of snow with the cold. Green Methodist was canceled last week due to extremely cold temperatures, and Green Christian School was canceled on …

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Armstrong County Adds Option For Those In Need Of Help To Text 911

Residents of Armstrong County now have the option of texting to report an emergency to 911, public safety officials said on Tuesday. While the ability to text can be useful in a scenario where talking to a dispatcher could make a situation worse, the call should be the first line …

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Viewpoint 181: Enough to brighten up your snow-covered mailbox

We are immersed in the coldest days of winter, but you should have received something to brighten up your mailbox over the weekend. Our Brainerd Community Education Guide is now available and registration for our winter semester offers opened on Monday. Our current guide has a variety of in-person and …

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Winter weather advisory in effect for the Brainerd region

A winter weather advisory is in effect until 3 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, with 2-4 inches of snow possible for the Brainerd Lakes region. The advisory was issued Tuesday morning by the National Weather Service and includes the entire state of Minnesota. Northern parts of Aitkin and Cass counties …

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Police: spitting on a missing object leads to the shooting of a man in the canton of Kiski. imprisoned woman

A woman from Kiski Township has been jailed in Armstrong County after shooting a man she forced out of the car on New Years Eve, Kiski Township police said. Police said Patricia Kettering-Pierce, 55, of Clarks Hollow Road, shot the man along Edmond Road in Armstrong County around 9.45 p.m. …

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Former Minnesota priest accused of abuse has died at 72

DULUTH – A former Minnesota priest accused of child sexual abuse has died. Reverend David Tushar, 72, died on December 23 in Las Vegas, where he was living in retirement. Born in Eveleth, Minnesota, Tushar served as a priest in northeastern Minnesota for nearly 35 years before being put on …

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Lecker named interim editor, market leader Jackson as Miller retires

Editor-in-Chief Kelly Lecker has been appointed Interim Editor of The Dispatch, and Eugene Jackson, Ohio Vice President of Sales and Marketing for LocalIQ and USA Today Network, will be the market leader in Dispatch Operations in Columbus after Alan D. Miller retired on Monday. Miller, 62, who announced his retirement …

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patrol completes post-shipment investigation | Missouri News

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri (AP) – The Missouri State Highway Patrol has completed an investigation into the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that began after a reporter exposed a flaw in the state’s database. Patrol Captain John Hotz told the Post-Dispatch on Monday that the results of the investigation had been turned over …

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Communities received free ride to dispatch police – Sooke News Mirror

Sooke and seven other South Island municipalities complain about the operating costs of E-Comm’s call pickup and dispatch services. These municipalities should be the last to complain; they’ve had a really good deal for years. Prior to the CRD building the new 911 dispatch center, the eight South Island RCMP …

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Many American Churches Cancel In-Person Christmas Services News

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Faith Focus: The joy of Christmas, once again now

In the middle of one of the longest nights of the year, we drove. Ten degrees above zero, clear skies, no wind and the Northern Lights danced over snowy pastures, lakes, swamps and dark forests. We were going home. Christmas Eve. Grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins ​​galore, had just shared …

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Bond actor Lea Seydoux on role of muse in The French Dispatch and defying expectations

In Wes Anderson’s new starred film, The French Dispatch, Léa Seydoux (No time to die) plays a prison guard who becomes the muse of an inmate. It’s the latest in a long line of sensual and enigmatic heartbreakers that the in-demand actor has embodied since his pivotal role in the …

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Crow Wing County receives 2021 County Conservation Award

The Minnesota County Association and the Board of Water & Soil Resources selected the Crow Wing County Community Partnership with the County Roads Department for one of two 2021 AMC-BWSR County Conservation Awards. The award was presented by Rich Sve, president of the Minnesota Counties Association and Lake County Commissioner, …

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bne IntelliNews – FPRI BMB Ukraine: Dispatch from Kharkiv

Although far from the front line, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second largest city, suffered the economic and political consequences of the conflict in Donbass. Indeed, war has been shaping public opinion for almost eight years now. “Ideally located” between Moscow and Kiev in Soviet times, Kharkiv woke up to independence with a …

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Church News – December 15

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 418 Eighth Ave. NE, Brainerd, will be hosting a silent Christmas healing service for those struggling at 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 19. BAXTER – The Lord of Life Lutheran Church is offering a service of mourning and hope at 6:30 p.m. on December 22. This service, …

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Gophers’ focus on toughness pays off in a hot start

“We are the strongest team in this league; it always has to be who we are, ”Johnson said in a team video posted online. “We can’t change who we are because it works. “ The Gophers’ 8-1 surprise start has garnered a lot of praise, and Johnson wants to combat …

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DENVER RUBICON TEAM MEMBERS: Volunteers Sent to Kentucky to Help Following Deadly Storms

DENVER (KDVR) – The devastation that followed the deadly Kentucky tornadoes has not gone unnoticed by aid groups across the country, even in Colorado. One of those groups, Team Rubicon, expects to send volunteers from here in Denver to Ground Zero. They call themselves “gray shirts” and there are gray …

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Vizzn Adds Fifth New Functionality to Its Construction Site Allocation and Planning Software

Vizzn has launched a training platform for users of its construction company dispatch and planning platform. Vizzn provides a shipment tracking card that is saved for later replay to improve delivery efficiency to construction sites. It’s been a busy year at Vizzn as they add the Vizzn University training platform …

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Tri-State Happenings: Christmas Events Abound Before The Holidays | New

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New York City to move to vote for non-citizens – Oneida Dispatch

By BOBBY CAINA CALVAN NEW YORK (AP) – New York City, long a beacon for immigrants, is set to become the largest place in the country to give non-citizens the right to vote in local elections. Legally documented, non-citizens of voting age represent nearly one in nine of the city’s …

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Marshall meets Louisiana No.16 at New Orleans Bowl | Sports

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High school student’s Christmas lights display lights up Ritter Park | New

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“Grieve With Us”: St. Louis County Officer Dies After Accident in Neighboring Bellefontaine | Law and order

Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} She said county drug unit detectives in a vehicle separate from the one driven by Valentine were investigating and attempted to stop the Jetta, which sped onto Chambers Road instead. Valentine and the other detective in the trailer were about …

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Neighbor Catches Girl Thrown From Window of Burning Building in St. Louis | Law and order

Tayliah Williams, 3, clings to her mother Latisha Williams after the two were rescued from their smoky apartment by neighbor Arnez Merriweather at the Hillvale Apartments on Monday, November 29, 2021. At least five people were rescued from the apartment of eight units. building in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood. “We were …

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Sheffield United send Bristol City to give Paul Heckingbottom a perfect start | Championship

Goals from Rhian Brewster and Billy Sharp gave Paul Heckingbottom a winning start as Sheffield United manager, beating Bristol City 2-0 on a snowy afternoon at Bramall Lane. Heckingbottom, who served as interim manager last season after Chris Wilder left and was hired to replace Slavisa Jokanovic on Thursday, was …

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On the screens “The power of the dog” and “La Dépêche française”

PLANET CINEMA curated by Elio Rabbione Jane Campion’s anti-Machism western, the blank pages of Wes Anderson’s magazine (Left to right): Elisabeth Moss, Owen Wilson, Tilda Swinton, Fisher Stevens and Griffin Dunne in THE FRENCH DISPATCH movie. Photo courtesy of Searchlight Pictures. © 2020 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation All rights …

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St. Louis, NFL Agree to $ 790 Million Settlement in Rams Lawsuit, Goodell Approves | Professional football

A lawsuit would have sued billions for the region of Saint-Louis, although with the risk of appeal. Then, in the last few weeks, the pressure started to build up on the league to reach a settlement. Kroenke frustrated his fellow team owners by expressing interest in reviewing the terms of …

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Grants will help Warrenton businesses adapt to COVID | New

WARRENTON – Businesses in Warrenton can now get help adjusting their operations to meet the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Working Landscapes is offering Hometown Revitalization Grants to businesses in Warrenton that have had to make changes or are planning changes due to the COVID pandemic. The grants, which …

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‘Some’ killed in SUV Christmas parade – Oneida Dispatch

By SCOTT BAUER and MIKE HOUSEHOLDER WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) – An SUV rushed through barricades and headed for a parade of Christmas walkers in suburban Milwaukee on Sunday, killing several as it hit more than 20 adults and children in a gruesome scene captured by the city livestream and the …

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Ohio State vs Michigan State football score: live updates

Ohio State football wraps up the 2021 home schedule on Saturday as it hosts Michigan State’s No.7 (9-1 overall, 6-1 Big Ten) at Ohio Stadium today hui for a kick-off at noon. The No.4 Buckeyes (9-1 overall, 7-0 in the Big Ten) are looking to move closer to their third …

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Linda Cook review: “French Dispatch” will appeal to Wes Anderson devotees

Never has a Wes Anderson movie been so, well, Wes Anderson-y. “The French Dispatch” will not disappoint Anderson fans. Journalists and readers of “The New Yorker Magazine” will find Anderson’s latest article – if not the biggest, a treat. It is full of weird and funny characters and exquisite, highly …

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Viewpoint 181: Representation Matters in Indigenous Inclusion

A few years after I began my role as Native American Education Coordinator for Brainerd Public Schools, I had a meeting with a student who stayed with me. It was a brief meeting with one of our college students. I was just checking in, introducing myself, and telling him a …

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New candidate to Ken-Arnold school board not eligible to claim seat due to residency issue

One of four candidates who ran unopposed for the New Kensington-Arnold school board will not be able to take the seat, according to the acting Westmoreland County Electoral Officer. Peter Nkemakolam ran for a school board seat in Region 3 of the district. However, Nkemakolam lives in Region 2, Acting …

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Obituary by Frank Bavetz (1926 – 2021) – Natrona Heights, PA

Frank M. Bavetz, 95, of Natrona Heights, passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, November 8, 2021. He was born on April 6, 1926, in Brackenridge, to the late Anthony and Amelia (Zaremba) Bavetz. Frank was a proud Marine who served his country during World War II. He retired …

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Marshall to Host Trombone Recital by Stroeher | Marshall University

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Germany sends diplomats to Afghanistan

Germany has announced that it will send Ambassador-designate Marcus Potzel, followed by an expedition of diplomats to Afghanistan in the coming weeks. German newspaper Welt am Sonntag reported on Saturday (November 6) that Marcus Potzel is responsible for updating relations with the Taliban. Germany is now the first European country …

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No need to call the dispatcher if you see heavy smoke and flames on the west side of Idaho Falls on Friday

The following is a press release and photo from the Idaho Falls Fire Department. IDAHO FALLS – The Idaho Falls Fire Department will be hosting live burn training at an old structure located on Milligan Road in Snake River Landing on Friday, November 5 from approximately 9:30 a.m. to 10 …

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Man accused of making fake phone call to dispatcher, intimidating woman

ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, Indiana – A man has been charged with allegedly making a false phone call to send and intimidate a woman in South Bend on Monday morning, according to the probable cause affidavit. At 3:30 a.m., officers from the South Bend Police Department attended a Huey Street address …

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Health variant: why traveling nurses matter (and make a lot of money)

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Traveling nurses. They are healthcare freelancers, backups who have been crucial in helping understaffed nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. And you probably haven’t even heard of it. While not all short-term mobile nurses make a lot of money, big paychecks are possible, especially when health systems …

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Oneida Ward 5 candidate questions and answers – Oneida Dispatch

Oneida, NY – The race for Oneida City Councilor Ward 5 is like no other. There are two candidates on the ballot – Brandee DuBois and Jake Fleming – only Fleming no longer lives in Oneida, making him ineligible. If Fleming wins the vote, the elected mayor would nominate the …

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The region once again in the forefront of the national political scene

WILKES-BARRE – Election trends in Luzerne County will soon be back in the national spotlight as the midterm elections approach next year, and Ed Mitchell sees it as a good thing. The veteran political analyst said this week that the county is representative of areas of the state and country …

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The French Dispatch is Wes Anderson’s most Wes Anderson movie

With The French dispatch, Wes Anderson presents his most Wes Anderson film to date. As the director’s tenth film makes its theatrical debut, his visual style and narrative predilections are now firmly established and instantly recognizable in popular culture and especially among those who are passionate about his work. Aside …

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Little Falls man convicted of murder

LITTLE FALLS – After about five hours of deliberation on Tuesday, October 26, a Morrison County jury found Jonathan Greyblood guilty of second degree murder without intent and second degree manslaughter in the death of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood . Jonathan Greyblood reported the disappearance of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood, …

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Hurricane Rigney Engages in Western Kentucky | Putnam News

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‘I Was Terrified’: Residents Assess Damage From Night Tornadoes In Bistate Area | Regional

In Fredericktown, a town of about 4,000 people about 85 miles south of St. Louis, on Monday, recreational vehicles were left on the side, metal siding was twisted around tree trunks by the wind at across town and over 10 buildings were leveled with many more significantly damaged. Schools in …

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Council approves 2022 road project amid local concerns

Vote to approve moving the crossing from Knollwood Drive to Inglewood Drive and construction on Foley Road, Isle Drive and Forthun Road at the meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 19, with about eight people in attendance. The city hosted a listening session October 7 with around 16 people present. Two …

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Pequot seeks replacement school staff, increases incentives

PEQUOT LAKES – The Pequot Lakes School District hopes to attract more substitute teachers through new incentives. Substitute teachers at Pequot Lakes are currently paid $ 125 per day. But thanks to action taken by the school board on Monday, October 18, substitute teachers will now earn an additional $ …

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Robert C. Gabordi, Former Editor-in-Chief of Herald-Dispatch, passes away | New

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Booster shots recommended to fight COVID-19 | New

HENDERSON – The Granville-Vance public health department is offering reminders to people who have received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine in two injections. The United States Centers for Disease Control has recommended the recall for people 65 years of age and older, residents of long-term care facilities, and people 18 to …

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CMSD offers free training at the National Council for Teachers

Julia McDill had decided not to pursue her master’s degree. The seven-year veteran Franklin Elementary School teacher has been in student loan debt ever since she graduated from the University of Mississippi for Women with a Bachelor of Elementary Education. Adding to this debt was simply not feasible. Likewise, McDill …

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Hancock & Kelley: Parson takes on Post-Dispatch and search for new St. Louis police chief

ST. LOUIS – Elliott Davis welcomes John Hancock and Michael Kelley to discuss the following issues this week: In an astonishing development, Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is going to the city’s big daily, the St. Louis Post-Expedition. A journalist from the Post-shipment discovered an information security flaw on a website …

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Culver Township homicide killed two

DULUTH, Minn. –A man killed two people in Culver Township early Saturday morning before committing suicide after a police chase. At 1 a.m. on Saturday, the St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office responded to a request from a father to check on the condition of his son who lives in Culver …

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Clydesdales return for 2021 Bicentennial Christmas Parade

Plans are underway for the Columbus Bicentennial Christmas Parade, celebrating 200 years in Columbus. Normally, the parade takes place on the first Monday in December. This year the parade will host the Budweiser Clydesdales, and in order to fit their schedule, the parade will take place at 3 p.m. on …

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St. Louis City Plan to Consolidate 911 Dispatch Operations Pending Approval

ST. LOUIS – A plan to consolidate 911 dispatch operations in the city of St. Louis will likely require state approval before it can become a reality. The Post-Dispatch reported that a plan to merge all 911 dispatch services in the city is already under review. Now city officials are …

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Kingman Dispatch Center Releases 2021 Annual Statistical Review of Complaints and Investigations – The Bee – The Buzz in Bullhead City – Lake Havasu City – Kingman – Arizona – California

Kingman Dispatch Center Releases 2021 Annual Statistical review of complaints and investigations KINGMAN, Arizona – The City of Kingman Communications (Dispatch) Center compiles annual statistical summaries of internal affairs complaints and investigations. These statistics are made available to the public and to agency employees in the form of the attached …

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Marshall shows his support on “National Coming Out Day” | New

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History of Doolittle’s Daring Raid on Japan Vanishes in Doolittle, Missouri | Regional

Today, regional natives can also struggle. Even though Doolittle has done a lot, some think the city’s name is meant to sound like a retreat, a place to relax. A place to do little. Support local journalism Your membership makes our reporting possible. {{featured_button_text}} That’s not what’s happening, said Jeremy …

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Biden will not block documents sought by House committee – Oneida Dispatch

By ERIC TUCKER, MARY CLARE JALONICK, ZEKE MILLER and JILL COLVIN WASHINGTON (AP) – White House says President Joe Biden will not block delivery of documents requested by a House committee investigating the Jan.6 insurgency on the U.S. Capitol, staging a showdown with the former President Donald Trump, who wants …

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2 charged with fentanyl trafficking in Red Lake Nation

RED LAKE, Minn. – Two men have been indicted by a federal grand jury, charged with distributing fentanyl in the Red Lake Nation. According to court documents, in March 2021, Christopher Douglas Richard, 40, of Detroit, Michigan, conspired with others to distribute more than 40 grams of fentanyl in and …

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Crews respond to the Henderson landfill fire

HENDERSON, Ky. (WFIE) – The dispatch confirms that teams were dispatched in response to a fire near a building along Highway 414 on Wednesday evening. Dispatchers say the fire started in the 700 block of Highway 414 in Henderson. They saw that a fire had been seen nearby, but no …

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Communication interrupted in Butler County: air conditioning problem may have caused a problem | New

Pictured is the Butler County Courthouse. A dispatch center located at the courthouse manages emergency service communications for agencies in Butler County. THE PHOTO OF THE BANNER-PRESS FILE An air conditioning problem may have caused communication problems with 911 in Butler County on Tuesday, September 28. At approximately 4:07 p.m. …

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Christmas Lights Parade in Huntington canceled for 2021 | Coronavirus

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Trump faces interrogation deadline in libel lawsuit – Oneida Dispatch

By JENNIFER PELTZ NEW YORK (AP) – Former President Donald Trump now has a Dec. 23 deadline to submit to questioning in a defamation lawsuit against a former ‘apprentice’ candidate over what he said by denying his allegations of sexual assault, a court said on Monday. The new deadline for …

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BWCA fully reopened after forest fires

The Upper National Forest rolled back almost all remaining closures related to the wildfires on Friday, October 1, including reducing the Greenwood fire closure area to the fire perimeter of nearly 27,000 acres. The Forest Service also lifted the latest of the closures in the Boundary Waters Canoe Wilderness Area, …

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Marshall School of Pharmacy Receives Diversity Scholarship | Marshall University

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California to require COVID-19 vaccines for schoolchildren – Oneida Dispatch

By OLGA R. RODRIGUEZ and ADAM BEAM SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – California will become the first U.S. state to require COVID-19 vaccination for children to attend public and private schools in person in a term that could affect millions of students. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Friday that the coronavirus …

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Litter Sweep up net loads of trash – and cleaner streets | New

HENDERSON – Community Cleanup Day in Henderson wrapped up the two-week fall garbage sweep sponsored by the North Carolina Department of Transportation. In addition to cleaner streets, the results are counted in the number of pounds of trash collected. DOT reported that its crews, contractors and volunteers have collected more …

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Griffith’s ideas on poll watchers raise concerns

Luzerne County Electoral Board Chairperson Denise Williams said Thursday she was “very concerned” by County Councilor Walter Griffith’s recent comment on the organization of observers at the county mailing boxes. Williams said that the Pennsylvania State Department’s guidelines for poll observers are readily available online and that poll observers and …

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A group of young professionals look to the service

In 2019, John Almond was building beds in Columbus, Dickie Bryan was opening a recovery house for drug addicted or homeless men in West Point, and Evie Vidrine was joining the Columbus Young Professionals. The three were then strangers, each working independently. Tonight, their paths will likely converge as a …

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Baxter City Council: Hello Auto Development Gets Approval

The proposed business, which is associated with Lake Country Toyota, is a development project along Edgewood Drive in Baxter. Baxter City Council has approved the development of the Hello Auto, which will perform retail work for Lake Country Toyota vehicles. Lake Country Toyota currently has overflow parking on Edgewood Drive …

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Second Amendment protesters interrupt Otter Tail County committee meeting

“You are here to represent us, the people,” said a woman who did not identify herself and said her group had unsuccessfully tried to get on the county agenda. “And it’s not your obligation to ignore us.” She interrupted County Lawyer Michelle Eldien, who was trying to respond. Board chairman …

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