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Looking for something to do in the Ripon area this weekend? We have what you need. Looked: Live Music at Vines & Rushes – Friday & Saturday Vines & Rushes Winery will host live music with Kevin Troestler Friday from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Kevin John Troestler is a blues, folk and country artist raised in Sauk …

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Family members identified the man who died in an industrial accident at a warehouse at the Blount Island Terminal on Monday as 18-year-old Timothy Middlebrooks. Middlebrooks graduated from Raines High School in 2021. He belonged to the International Longshoremen’s Association and had been a member for less than a year. George Spencer, …

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – While food insecurity in Florida remains a serious problem, an organization hopes to ease some of that burden. Farm Share Jacksonville distributed food to more than 1,000 families on Saturday. “It’s a need here right now in America and right here in Duval County,” said Glendora McCargo, who volunteered this weekend. “People …

History links ATH: 2022 Hofstra Athletics Hall of Fame inductees hear the incredible news (2/22/22) Hempstead, NY – The Hofstra University Athletics Department is thrilled to announce the Hall of Fame Class of 2022. The class consists of six individuals and will be inducted into the …

Barbara Lucile Urban Barbara Lucile Gilbert-Urban, 96. Sunrise, March 24, 1925. Sunset, February 13, 2022. Barbara was the only child of Raymond Earl Gilbert and Mary Lucile Newell-Gilbert. Predeceased by her father and mother respectively on May 22, 1968 and May 22, 1996; her husband, Robert Lee Urban, on February 22, 2007; and his sons, …

“WWII Conscientious Objectors: Germfask, Michigan – Camp Alcatraz” is the topic of UP Notable Book Club’s virtual Q&A session on February 10. The author is Jane Kopecky of Manistique. (Photo courtesy of Upper Peninsula Association of Publishers and Authors) MARQUETTE – The UP Notable Book Club will present a virtual Q&A session on February 10 …

In many high-income countries, the pandemic has caused seismic changes in labor markets. What started as a growing shortage of workers in a few industries has become the “big quit,” a record number of workers not returning to their jobs after the shutdowns. More recently, it has become clearer that these workers do not necessarily …

OAKLAND — The president of the Oakland Unified School District teachers’ union has given the district 48 hours to reach agreement on an updated COVID safety plan for schools in the district, saying that without an agreement, the union will vote on the opportunity to strike. In an email to union members, Oakland Educators Association …

By Alice Mannette, Tim Hrenchir and Billy Watson USA Network-Today GANNETT KANSAS recognized six people as Distinguished Kansans for 2021. Jason Sudeikis was named Kansan of the Year. Other honorees include: Bill Farmer, entertainment; Donna McClish, community; Sheinelle Jones, journalism; Hutchinson Community College football team, sports; Lois Smith, theater; Ximena Garcia, government. Here is why …

Next Monday, January 17, is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a federal holiday commemorating the birthday of the civil rights leader. Here are some events taking place on campus next week to honor and celebrate his legacy. MLK Memorial Banquet On January 16, the University Office for Diversity and Inclusion is hosting the 37th Annual …

[ad_1] The North Dakota Corn Growers Association is accepting applications for its 2022 scholarship program until January 31. Seven scholarships valued at $ 1,000 will be awarded to high school or student members of the NDCGA or the son / daughter of a member of the NDCGA and pursuing a degree in ag. The scholarships …

[ad_1] Marguerite W. “Peg” Esh, 82, of 90 Seneca Drive, Belleville, died at 6:21 a.m. on Monday, January 3, 2022, at her home. She was born October 14, 1939 in Huntingdon, daughter of the late Donald and Dorothy (Endres) Whittaker. In 1963, she married I. Robert Esh, who died on February 7, 2014. The survivors …

[ad_1] Be sure to check official websites, Facebook pages, or contact numbers for a sponsor or event host before attending any of the events below. HOLIDAYS FATHER CHRISTMAS ON THE BAYOU: Over 1,000 children from St. Bernard Parish had fun and received gifts at the Santa Claus on the Bayou event on December 11 at …

[ad_1] Annual toy contest organized for the children of the BronxThe kids at NYCHA’s Throggs Neck Houses got to choose from hundreds of toys and enjoy hot chocolate. 2 hours ago College students organize walkout to protest sexual harassment and assault casesStudents at an East Village middle school spoke out, saying they had witnessed cases …

[ad_1] Superintendent Amber Bock helps Melanie and Sam Dean decorate their homes during a gingerbread house decorating event at the BORO Sugar Shack in Westborough on December 5th. (Photo / Laura Hayes) WESTBOROUGH – With tubes of frosting and cups filled with candy, Westborough Public Schools Superintendent Amber Bock hosted a special gingerbread house decorating …

Mzansi agro-industries are optimistic about the current operating conditions in the country. This, according to the Africa Agbiz / IDC Agribusiness Confidence Index (ACI), which recovered to 74 points in the last quarter of this year after declining slightly to 67 in the third quarter. The survey, conducted during the last two weeks of November, …

[ad_1] NEW | CHARACTERISTICS | OVERVIEW | EVENTS originally published: 11/23/2021 (WASHINGTON TWP, NJ) – Original and traditional holiday poetry highlights the next event in Warren Community College’s guest writer series on Thursday, December 9. This online reading features Dr Gretna Wilkinson and Sander Zulauf. The event, which starts at 7:30 p.m., is accessible at …

[ad_1] The Pennsbury Administration Building. Photo file. The Pennsbury School District and its teachers’ union have agreed to a new five-year contract. The agreement between the school district and the Pennsbury Education Association (PEA) which represents about 870 teachers, counselors, psychologists, nurses, speech language pathologists, social workers, behavior analysts and librarians was ratified by PEA …

[ad_1] November 18, 2021 Ty Carver (Class of 2011) helped the Bourbon County High School Marching Band set a longtime standard of excellence as the Assistant Band Director. Now Carver and his students will showcase that excellence to a national television audience at the nation’s largest parade. The Bourbon County High School Marching Band will …

[ad_1] History links AUBURN, Alabama – The championship experience on the national and national stage, combined with a host of award-winning performances, highlights Auburn’s 2022 softball signing class. The Head Coach Mickey dean announced Wednesday the addition of four student-athletes. “We are very excited about this class,” said the head coach Mickey dean. “We are …

[ad_1] MARQUETTE, MI – George Thomas LaBlonde, Jr., 83, of Marquette, passed away peacefully at home on Friday evening, October 29, 2021, following a long and courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis while under loving care from his family and UP Home Health & Hospice. George was born in Ironwood, Michigan on October 17, 1938 to …

[ad_1] The prospects for professional football in Spokane have become much brighter. Brett Sports and Entertainment is taking a late step to establish a Major League Soccer farm club in the planned new downtown stadium next to the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena. Primary owner Bobby Brett also owns the Spokane Indians and Spokane Chiefs franchises, …

[ad_1] The City of Victoria is seeking nominations for next year’s Young Poet Laureate. The City of Victoria is seeking nominations for next year’s Young Poet Laureate. Established in 2013, the role of the Young Poet Laureate is to reach out to vulnerable youth populations, develop a community youth poetry event, and encourage peer education …

[ad_1] ELIZABETHTOWN – Vaughn Ellsworth Miller, 98, of Masonic Drive, formerly of Millersburg, passed away on October 17, 2021 at the Masonic Villages. He was fortunate to enjoy good health, a clear mind and artistic creativity until the few weeks before his death. “Duffy” (as most people knew him) was born November 28, 1922 in …

[ad_1] By KYRA HAAS, Arizona Capitol Times PHOENIX (AP) – A new organization calling itself a non-partisan school board association is led by Republican activists, including the first vice president and treasurer of the Arizona Republican Party, and the president’s daughter. The Arizona Coalition of School Board Members was launched on October 12 as an …

[ad_1] LENOX – Many locals still call it “the duck farm” – officially, the Stonover Inn, a historic Under Mountain Road property owned for 20 years by former rock music producer Tom Werman and his wife, Suky, an educator who reinvented himself as an art gallery curator for the farm’s renovated barn. Randy Grimmett and …

[ad_1] Richard H. Bogh ELIOT – Richard H. Bogh, 82, passed away on September 28, 2021, after several years of ill health. He passed away at home, surrounded by his loving family.Richard was born December 22, 1938 in Portland, Maine, the son of Ida Mae Smith Bogh and Richard H. Bogh. He attended local schools …

[ad_1] Harry Jackson left the Fairfax County School Board meeting on Thursday night feeling frustrated. The father of a sophomore high school student Thomas Jefferson, he had signed up to speak to the board about sexually explicit material in the school library, including the work he and d other parents say pedophilia normalizes. But the …

[ad_1] A Christian burial mass will be held on Saturday October 30 for Dominick A. Valenti, a 42 year old retired veteran of the Montclair Police Department and longtime resident of the township, who died on August 27 at the age of 85 years. Mass will be at 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Mount …

[ad_1] Jacksonville public college suffers backlash after encouraging its students to bring Bibles to class. On Tuesday evening, the LaVilla School of the Arts – part of the Duval County Public School family – announced that Bring Your Bible to School Day would take place on Thursday. The event, which specifically supports Christianity, bills itself …

[ad_1] Farmer Boys officially opened the doors of its second location in the city of Chino at 7031 Kimball Avenue on October 5. The restaurant will serve breakfast all day, award-winning burgers and more via on-site, drive-through and take-out food service. “We are extremely fortunate to have the opportunity to provide high quality, premium food …

[ad_1] The Blue Earth Valley Concert Association, a non-profit organization now entering its 45th season, has one central goal: to make beautiful music accessible to everyone. “In short, the mission is to bring quality music and artists to the region at an affordable cost” explains Gail Ottesen, member of the association’s board of directors. “We …

[ad_1] Charitable activities • Faith Church in Rochester Hills offers free meals to the community from 5:30 pm to 6:45 pm Wednesdays from Oct. 6 to Nov. 17 and Dec. 1 to Dec. 1. 22 at Faith Church, 160 W Hamlin Road, Rochester Hills, Faithchurchrochesterhills.org/sharethetable. Since the onset of COVID, the church has provided the …

[ad_1] BELGRADE – COVID may have canceled last year’s Belgrade Fall Festival, but this year the new and traditional favorites are back. “Everything is the same,” said Kristi Gee, executive director of the Belgrade Chamber of Commerce. “We are bringing back an event that Belgrade loves.” A parade, activities in the park, a car show, …

[ad_1] RALEIGH, NC (AP) – Republican lawmakers in North Carolina say there is a tentative deal that would lead to new controls over the nonprofit governing high school sports. But there is still uncertainty, as all the details have not been worked out. GOP members from the House and Senate who reviewed the North Carolina …

[ad_1] Local “We’re on a course … where we support kids for who they really are, no matter what we thought they might have been. She’s trying to turn back the clock.” A member of the Bourne, Massachusetts school committee is under fire after TikTok videos she posted on race and gender identity came to …

[ad_1] – Contributed The September Steubenville Art Association exhibit at Historic Fort Steuben, 120 S. Third St., Steubenville, is in memory of the late Larry King, who was a member of the association for 17 years. “Larry was a beloved member of the arts association, having held numerous positions over the years, including as a …

[ad_1] Democratic activists and candidates gathered on Saturday on sunny and warm grounds for the Polk County Democrats’ annual Steak Fry, which returned in person this year (with numerous COVID precautions). Illinois Rep. Lauren Underwood presented the event to give a great insight into what young leadership in Congress looks like, while Iowa Democratic candidates …

[ad_1] Advertise your club meetings, community events and fundraisers for free in The Stroller. Send the information at least a week in advance to [email protected] Please include a daytime phone number. Tell us about your Halloween events The Valley News Dispatch is compiling a list of fall events and Halloween parades, parties and candy nights …

[ad_1] “I’m used to having my road signs taken, it seems to happen in every election,” Moretz said. “There is a difference between someone who shoots a [small] yard sign and someone taking the time to spray paint and cut a large banner. Facciani is a retired East and West Coasts speech therapist who has …

[ad_1] “We are very excited to include high school students in this event,” said Ricketts. The day begins between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. for registration at the Art Guild of Greene booth at the Greene Commons pavilion, 40 Celt Road, Stanardsville. Of From 8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., artists will start creating their works …

[ad_1] LOWELL – Gilbert Campbell, a Lowellian born in Centralville who became a builder, investor and respected confidant of business and political leaders, died Thursday of a brief illness. Campbell was 91. His son Gary Campbell told The Sun on Friday that his father was in relatively good health given his age, but was unable …

[ad_1] RALEIGH – Another week means another step in the process of enacting House Bill 91. The legislation was passed by a full Senate vote on Wednesday with a 28-14 margin on its third and final reading. The amended version of HB 91 seeks to reform the NC High School Athletic Association rather than disband …

[ad_1] Sons of Italy Joe Jannarne with Robin Hughes, Crisis Response Team Leader, JBWS PARSIPPANY – Sons of Italy Morris County Chapter 2561 recently donated to local charities. Sons of Italy purchased over $ 1,500 in gift cards and donated them to local charities and families. They were donated to help families back to school. …

[ad_1] Governor Reeves declares state of emergency ahead of Hurricane Ida Closures: Weather report for Hurricane Ida and state agencies All state agencies involved in emergency response have a responsibility to have adequate personnel to fulfill their mission. All agency heads have discretion and must determine if there are essential staff who must be physically …

Kevin Mimms is an American actor who is best known for his role as Jake from State farm. He offers professional acting services to companies and agencies looking for talent worth earning income and growth. Actor Kevin Mimms attends the Los Angeles premiere of the movie “Lap Dance” at ArcLight Theaters in Hollywood, California. Photo: …

[ad_1] Gibbs obtains GMA training certificate VALDOSTA – Valdosta City Council member Andrew Gibbs recently received the prestigious Certificate of Recognition from the Harold F. Holtz Municipal Training Institute at the Georgia Municipal Association‘s annual convention, city officials said in a statement. communicated. The Harold F. Holtz Municipal Training Institute, a cooperative effort of GMA …

[ad_1] A former Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputy is under investigation, charged with briefing members of a large-scale drug trafficking organization who were arrested in May. Deputy First Class Jasmine Lee, who has since resigned, is charged with unlawful conduct, imparting criminal information, association with criminals and conduct unbecoming an officer, according to an investigation …

[ad_1] By Danielle Nadler, Routes of the Americas “Most call me Farmer Brown,” he begins. His clean plaid shirt tucked into some worn jeans. Her freshly shaved gray facial hair. He pours steaming Folgers into a John Deere mug and, with a ‘shh now’, directed at his border collie, he drives you back there. The …

[ad_1] CLARK COUNTY – On July 12, there was a microburst who blew up Main Street in Dubois. The wind uprooted a tree near the old Hotel Rasmussen. Local law enforcement officers blocked the road as they returned the tree to its original position. The same strong wind and a few days later blew a …

[ad_1] As one of the best schools in the country for producing NFL talent, some might consider Long Beach Poly High School a hallowed ground for the preparation of soccer players and fans. Last Sunday, the Bolts added another note to Poly’s history books as the school hosted the first Los Angeles Chargers x Nike …

[ad_1] GitLab’s two-day community event will feature DevOps learning opportunities and ideas with representatives from Google, IBM, Intel, Northwestern Mutual, Vox Media and others. GitLab announced the initial lineup and speakers for the GitLab Commit 2021: Innovate Together. The virtual conference will span two days and show how software development, operations and security professionals can …

[ad_1] LENOX – Two of the days off designated on the school district’s calendar for 2021-2022 were the subject of controversy at the school committee meeting this week, after newly elected member Veronica Fenton claimed they “went against the goal of diversity, equity and inclusion.” She described October 11, a federal holiday traditionally known as …