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TUPPER LAKE — The village council passed a $3.4 million budget Thursday night, days after its first attempt to pass the budget failed. The budget passed five days after the state deadline, but according to the state comptroller’s office, there are no repercussions for missing the budget deadline by a few days. Board […]

What… Are spies really using Dogecoin in

A meme featuring a character from Spy x Family manga was shared with a Dogecoin DOGE/USD community on Reddit. The meme proclaimed, “In this world spies use Dogecoin.” What happened: User “VictorGarciaRocha” posted the meme on the r/Dogecoin discussion forum. A similar post on the r/SpyxFamily subreddit did not receive a welcome reception. r/SpyxFamily moderators […]

2022 National Awards Co-Winners Announce...

Isabella Reynolds (pictured) and Thomas Huntingford have been announced co-winners of the 2022 Student Prize for the Advancement of Architecture at the 2022 Australian Institute of Architects National Awards. Student Award for Advancement in Architecture 2022 | Isabelle Reynolds Quote from the jury: Isabella Reynolds has made a unique and progressive contribution to the advancement […]

The literary discussion gives the floor ...

The tough-guy mentality that dominates politics today is an alarming backlash against the criminal justice and prison reform movement. It’s now fashionable for politicians to proclaim, just lock them up and bury the key. Yet numerous studies show that incarceration is costly and ineffective. Prison hardens criminals, and most will return to society with few […]

Beckville ISD Board of Directors Agenda:...

Beckville ISD Board of Directors A regular meeting of the Beckville ISD Board of Directors will be held on Monday, May 9 at 6 p.m. at the Beckville ISD Administration Building, 4398 Texas 149 in Beckville. III. Discussion/Action – Consider approving the consent agenda. IV. Discussion/Action – Consider engaging Morgan LaGrone to perform a year-end […]

The Recorder – Greenfield Planning Board

Posted: 2022-05-06 15:36:04 GREENFIELD – Satisfied that the plan met the requirements set forth by Massachusetts general law, the Planning Board approved an Approval Not Required (ANR) plan for the approximately 20-acre parcel of land located at 446 Country Club Road, where three groups have signed agreements with the host community to seek separate licenses […]

Documenta cancels talks amid anti-Semiti...

The documenta 2022 art exhibition will take place from June 18 to September 25 in the central German city of Kassel, bringing together artists from around the world who address today’s global challenges in their work – from climate change and digitalization to social upheaval and political radicalization. However, for months, the exhibition, which takes […]

Saint Pierre. Beach returns parklet deb...

ST. PETE BEACH — The city’s first attempt to approve outdoor dining permanently, at the Brass Monkey Restaurant in Pass-a-Grille, was met with roadblocks and divisiveness that sent the request back to the Historic Preservation Board for a vote. At the April 26 City Commission meeting, Chief Operating Officer Jennifer McMahon explained that in 2015, […]

Southaven will hold a public hearing on ...

Hernando approves hiring of new police department personnel SOUTH HAVEN: Aldermen of Southaven decided on Tuesday to announce a public hearing date of June 7 as it begins the zone process for medical cannabis in the city, when the city decides to join the new law passed by the 2022 state legislature. Southaven pulled out […]

Grower Sentiment Is Improving – GuruFocu

WEST LAFAYETTE, Indiana and CHICAGO, May 3, 2022 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. and CHICAGO, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Purdue University/CME Group Ag Economy Barometer improved in April by up to 8 points to a reading of 121; however, it remains 32% below its reading from the same period last year. Growers’ views on current […]

VSBLTY ANNOUNCES A DELAY IN FILI

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp. (the “Company” or “VSBLTY”) (VSBGF) (CSE: VSBY) (Frankfurt 5VS), a leading provider of retail security software and analytics technology, announces that its annual financial statements for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2021, including the related MD&A and analysis, and CEO and CFO […]

The Port Aransas City Council will meet ...

By Dan Parker | on May 01, 2022 The Port Aransas City Council will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 3 in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 710 W. Ave. HAS. Live public access is available on channel 1300. The meeting will be broadcast live onwww.youtube.com/channel/UC-7pxSC6B4EwTrhw7eXnBJg. Here is the board’s agenda: […]

Tupper administrator wants city to pay m...

TUPPER LAKE – A village council administrator wants the town to pay more for his contract for Tupper Lake Police Department services outside the village limits, but the acting town supervisor and his council members say that they want him to go ask in a plus “professional” way. Trustee Ron LaScala’s renewed effort […]

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Build relationships at every brand touchpointOver the past few years, the expectations of modern shoppers have evolved as rapidly, if not more so, than the retail landscape itself. The latest PSFK iQ playbook shows how brands can transact and retain this new wave of consumers who may be wary of trading in the convenience and […]

Clinton Township. will hold special ele...

Clinton Township elected officials couldn’t agree on how best to fill a vacancy on the board, so the decision will be left to voters in November. After a lengthy discussion, board members were split 3-3 at Monday’s meeting over how to replace trustee Laura Cardamon, who unexpectedly stepped down earlier this month. Three were in […]

Upper Magnolia rezoning cases progress t...

Andy Condlin (centre) talks to Director of Economic Development Garrett Hart (right) during last week’s Planning Commission public hearing into the Upper Magnolia rezoning cases. Condlin represented the Economic Development Authority in bid negotiations with the county. PICTURES OF ASH DANIEL The Upper Magnolia Green East and West rezoning cases will go to the Board […]

The cost of being a bad neighbor in Prin...

Prince George’s County Council unanimously passed a bill on Tuesday that would double the fine for violations heard by the Nuisance Abatement Board from $500 to $1,000. Nobody likes a bad neighbor. Even worse than driving down the value of your property, they can affect your quality of life. In Prince George’s County, Maryland, it […]

Mason, Cincinnati School Districts on Ho...

Students at Mason High School are calling on their school board to ‘stand by their stated principle’ of inclusive excellence by releasing a resolution opposing Ohio Bill 616 at a board meeting on Tuesday. Other districts in Ohio have recently condemned the bill, which limits classroom discussion about race, diversity, inclusion, gender identity and sexual […]

Library board faces big decisions on big...

Library officials are discussing several major projects for the coming months. (Photo by Bob Seidenberg) Credit: Photo by Bob Seidenberg In the coming months, Evanston Public Library trustees have a number of significant projects to consider, including a $345,000 digitization of the library’s historic newspaper collection, a $493,850 replacement of ventilators of the main library, […]

Nonprofits host spring events for commun...

Here’s a roundup of upcoming events, conferences, and other resources for community and local nonprofit leaders. Tallahassee’s favorite spring events are back in full force. As a community, we can be proud of these beloved and award-winning events led by local non-profit organizations that contribute to economic development, create a sense of belonging and raise […]

Revolving Loan Board Approves $6,800 Bus...

The Kokomo Revolving Loan Board approved a nearly $7,000 loan to revive a carpentry business, but not without discussion due to the applicant’s past bankruptcies. The board voted unanimously Thursday to approve a five-year, $6,800 loan to Kokomo resident Richard Benefiel. The loan bears interest at 75% of the current prime rate of 3.5%, or […]

Merit Academy Receives Green Light as De...

The Woodland Park School District RE-2 School Board held its final meeting at the Woodland Park Middle School Commons on April 13. Photo by Trevor Phipps The board’s decision was prompted by concerns about facility closures Trevor Phips During last week’s five-hour Woodland Park School District RE-2 school board meeting, sparks flew again regarding the […]

Northborough Planning Board votes to rec...

NORTHBOROUGH — The Northborough Planning Council voted last week to recommend a series of zoning articles to Monday night’s town hall meeting. The vote, however, came after President Kerri Martinek and planning board member Michelle Gillespie clashed over issues including what Martinek said were social media posts “pushing” community members to struggle against the advice […]

Ron DeSantis signs Stop WOKE law to rest...

Governor Ron DeSantis on Friday signed into law what he called the ‘Stop WOKE Act,’ which restricts how race is discussed in schools, colleges and workplaces, and sparked a national debate over censorship , critical race theory and diversity training. The legislature approved the measure in March with mostly partisan votes. The bill (HB 7) […]

Relevium Provides Operational – GuruFocu

MONTREAL, April 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — RELEVIUM TECHNOLOGIES INC. (TSX.V: “RLV“, OTCQB:”RLLVF” and Frankfurt: “6BX“) (the “Company” or “Relevium”), is pleased to provide an update on operations and continuous disclosure matters. UPDATE ON CURRENT OPERATIONS On December 16, 2021, the Company announced that it had delivered 127.5 million medical-grade nitrile gloves, representing 100% of […]

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NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES OR VIA UNITED STATES NEWS WIRE SERVICES VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / April 21, 2022 / KALO GOLD CORP. (TSXV: KALO, Financial) (“Kalo”, “Kalo Gold“or the”Company“), is pleased to announce that Mr. Terry L. Tucker, P. Geo, has joined the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. […]

Preview of the 2022 Equity Conference

There are only three weeks left until the San Diego County Office’s Annual Education Equity Conference on May 12-13 at the San Diego Convention Center. Registration is open until April 29 with details at www.sdcoe.net/EC2022. Here’s a look at what attendees can expect on day one of the in-person event. The event kicks off with […]

West Hartford to invite tribal nations t...

The West Hartford School Board will invite members of local Tribal Nations to meet as a debate continues over whether to change the nicknames of two high schools. In 2015, city officials voted to keep the names of the city’s two high school mascots — the Chieftan and the Warrior — but changed their logos […]

Carroll County School Board to Develop N...

Placeholder while loading article actions The Carroll County School Board voted last week to develop a new policy on the use of political symbols, particularly flags, inside public school buildings. The decision came in response to some parental concerns about the rainbow pride flags that some Carroll County public school teachers displayed in classrooms. Community […]

SJSD finance committee assesses future e...

The future of a 61-cent property tax slated to drop off the books in 2024 was the focus of discussion at a St. Joseph School District finance committee meeting on Monday. The conversation centered on two options: raise the tax to 81 cents, with a sunset clause, to go toward teacher and staff salaries or […]

Presidio Property Trust Announcement – G

SAN DIEGO, CA /ACCESSWIRE/ April 18, 2022 / (NASDAQ: SQFT; SQFTP; SQFTW) Presidio Property Trust, Inc. (“Presidio” or the “Company”), an internally managed diversified real estate investment trust (“REIT”), today announced that its board of Directors has authorized , and the Company has declared a dividend on its 9.375% Series D Cumulative Perpetual Redeemable Preferred […]

Schools in Dolores rekindle discussion a...

The Dolores School District RE-4A met Thursday night. Board Chair Maegan Crowley appeared via Zoom. Courtesy of Dolores School District RE-4A School board appoints community committee to guide project The Dolores School District RE-4A has reignited discussions about building a new school. The school board originally approved a plan to build a new school in […]

Sri Lanka’s finance minister and officia

NNA | Update: April 17, 2022 8:03 p.m. STI Colombo [Sri Lanka]April 17 (ANI): Amid the current economic crisis and widespread protests against the government, a four-member Sri Lankan delegation led by new Finance Minister Ali Sabry departed for Washington for initial talks with the Monetary Fund International (IMF) and the World Bank for a […]

Official Mashpee Workshops for Long Term...

MASHPEE — The Planning Council chairman said Monday that two local officials were wrong when they attended an event Saturday to seek public input on the updated plan to guide the city’s future development. During the public hearing portion of the Mashpee Select Board meeting, Planning Board Chairman John Fulone complained that Mashpee Select Board […]

The Day – Preston Finance Council hears

Preston – The Finance Council this week had its first comprehensive review of proposed city government and schools budgets for 2022-23, both of which show unusually large increases for the city. City and school officials cited inflation and rising fixed costs as driving factors behind the 8.6% increase in spending on the proposed $4.3 million […]

Miami school board member’s comments abo

Miami-Dade Public Schools board member Lubby Navarro sits next to board member Christi Fraga during a meeting in January. At the April 13 school board meeting, Fraga introduced a measure to designate a National Day of Prayer in Miami-Dade schools. During the discussion, Navarro said “God and Jesus Christ” was the only God, which caused […]

Huron remains in state cross-country mee...

PIERRE — A plan to rotate dance and cross-country meets between Sioux Falls and Rapid City was canceled Wednesday by the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors. The plan, as presented to board members, called for the 2022 dance and dance tournament to be held in Watertown. In 2023 it would be […]

Chester Selectboard Changes Cannabis Com...

CHESTER, Vt. – The Chester Selection Committee continued to wrestle with the recently approved retail cannabis issue at its April 6 meeting, discussing the authority of the local cannabis control commission that the council established at its last meeting of the Selection Committee, as well as the power of the Selectboard itself to make orders […]

The discussion on the “age appropriatene

“This suggests that those who identify as Two-Spirit and LGBTQ2+ youth are not age appropriate…it undermines the humanity of these people” Another motion for a review of the Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) library was defeated at Monday night’s school board meeting. The motion, put forward by Cambridge school trustee Cindy Watson, called for […]

The Day – Blumenthal and DeLauro Present

U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., and U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, D-3rd District, introduced a resolution to designate April 10 as “Venture Smith Freedom Day” to mark the day 257 years ago. , where the former slave bought his own freedom and later that of his family. The resolution honors Smith’s legacy as “a successful landowner, […]

Hancock Schools to open athletics to six...

NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County Schools’ athletic programs will be expanded to include the county’s sixth graders, beginning next school year. The Hancock County School Board, at its meeting on Monday, voted 5-0 on a proposal to allow sixth-graders at Hancock County schools to begin participating in college interscholastic sports teams. The board […]

Council to discuss possibility of increa...

This article comes from our media partners on Connect Bridgeport. BRIDGEPORT, W.Va (WDTV) – Responding to the need to raise fees is not new to Bridgeport City Council. Addressing the possibility of fee increases at the Bridge Citynet Center is new. At tonight’s city council meeting, council will consider raising fees at the facility, as […]

From the culling of the T20 plan to four...

The ICC board convinced its chairman Gregor Barclay on Sunday to complete his term until the end of October before the global body begins its nomination process to find a new chairman where the Indian cricket board could play a major role. (More cricket news) In another significant development, Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ramiz Raja’s […]

Kremlin says there is no immediate discu...

As the Russian invasion of neighboring Ukraine continues, there remains little to no chance of talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden, according to a Kremlin official. The White House had initially dismissed the possibility of a meeting with the Kremlin government, saying on February 22 – two days before Russian […]

LETTER: County must study impact of deve...

Fairfax Water recently wrote a compelling letter outlining the importance of Prince William County in protecting the Occoquan Reservoir, the main source of drinking water for much of East Prince William. In its letter, Fairfax Water points out that Prince William County is the most populated jurisdiction in the Occoquan watershed as well as the […]

Addressing Workplace Abuse – NLRB Invest

Employers often encounter situations involving the argumentative, aggressive and opprobrium conduct of employees during department or other group meetings, appraisals or disciplinary meetings with supervisors. Even though the opinions or arguments of employees on the subject discussed at these meetings may constitute a “protected activity” under the national labor relations law (“Act”) (see legal alert […]

This Summer, Americans Estimate They’ll

Compared to last year, people are spending more money this summer. Some of these people got extra money from Payday Champion. As the economy begins to recover, the typical American is spending $765 more each month than they were last year, according to a recent poll performed by MassMutual. To put that in perspective, it’s […]

The Recorder – Northfield Selectboard pl

NORTHFIELD – The chairman of the nominating committee plans to develop a proposal on increasing council allowances that could be presented to voters at the annual municipal meeting. The topic, originally introduced by Chairman Heath Cummings at a February 8 meeting, was revisited on Tuesday, following a March 30 finance committee meeting in which members […]

Missouri teacher accused of teaching cri...

A southwestern Missouri school board has voted not to renew a teacher’s contract after parents accused her of using critical race theory. Kim Morrison, an English teacher at Greenfield High School, said the mid-March vote came shortly after allegations surfaced about a worksheet she used as part of the teaching of the book “Dear Martin”. […]

Radiant Opto Electronics: ROE Board of D...

Close Provided by: RADIANT OPTO-ELECTRONICS CORP. SEQ_NO 1 announcement date 2022/04/07 Announcement time 16:26:03 Topic ROE Board of directors resolved to convene the 2022 Regular Shareholders’ Meeting (Adding Discussion Matters) Date of events 2022/04/07 What item it responds to paragraph 17 Declaration 1.Date of the board of […]

Saranac Lake’s new village council gets

The new Saranac Lake Village Council, left to right, back row, Rich Shapiro, Tom Catillaz and Erik Stender, and front row, Matt Scollin, Jimmy Williams and Kelly Brunette smile after holding their first meeting together on Monday. (Business Photo – Aaron Cerbone) SARANAC LAKE – The new mayor and village trustees were sworn in at […]

New athletics facility sparks discussion...

By Amina Tanir April 5, 2022 Agnes Arnold, one of the oldest buildings on campus, remains in its design phase despite a plan to renovate the building introduced in 2017. | Marissa Reilly / The Cougar Students have mixed feelings about the announcement of the new athletics facility, saying UH should put more emphasis on […]

MDC extends inspection period for downto...

The acquisition of downtown properties by Midland Development Corp. keep moving forward. At Monday’s monthly board meeting, MDC directors agreed to amend the purchase agreement to extend the pre-closure inspection period to April 30. The extension is underway to perform toxicity characteristic leaching procedure tests on the property. Council members also agreed to pay Strong […]

Zoning board backs appeal against summer...

NEWPORT — A proposed two-story summer home on the same lot as an early 18th-century house on Washington Street encountered a new stumbling block this week after an appeal against its review of the concept plan was was supported by the Zoning Board of Review. When evaluating an appeal against the Historic District Commission, the […]

Quorum Questions: Killeen Town Council b...

Killeen City Council appeared to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act of 1967 on Monday when Killeen City Council members Ken Wilkerson, Rick Williams and Mellisa Brown attended the city’s update and community forum. Councilman Michael Boyd. Texas law generally defines a meeting as a “deliberation between a quorum of a governmental body, or between […]

ISD-1 board recognizes Christy’s work |

At the March 21 regular meeting of the Aitkin School Board, High School Principal Paul Karelis began his update by expressing his appreciation for the work done by the District Assessment Coordinator. , Kathy Christy. Christy has a multi-level support system in place to help students who are being left behind in college readiness. Karelis […]

Board votes to raise tuition and impleme...

The Board of Governors voted to raise tuition fees two percent for returning domestic and international students and four percent for new international students at its meeting yesterday. After much discussion, Board members voted in favor of the increases by a 14 to 4 vote. Student representatives Max Holmes, Georgia Yee and Shola Fashanu voted […]

Francis Howell School Board Candidates D...

ST. CHARLES COUNTY (KMOV) – The handling of a $244 million bond issue approved by Francis Howell School District voters is under fire ahead of the district’s school board race in the week’s election next. Voters approved Proposition S in June 2020, giving the district the go-ahead to complete a variety of maintenance and repair […]

Oshkosh school to save $9 million after ...

OSHKOSH – The Oshkosh Area School District will save just over $9 million by refinancing some of its referendum-related debt in November 2020. The school board voted unanimously Wednesday night to convert $42 million of its debt from a 20-year bond to a five-year bond. District officials predict the move will save taxpayers $9.2 million […]

After delay, Brunswick school board lift...

The Brunswick School Board lifted its mask mandate for pre-K students last week, a change of course after opting not to withdraw it at its March 9 meeting. After much discussion, council members voted unanimously to eliminate the masking requirement for pre-K students effective March 28. The move aligned the district with current guidelines from […]

Douglas County School Board Approves Sup...

DENVER — The Douglas County School Board on Tuesday approved an amended contract for new superintendent Erin Kane that will pay her a quarter of a million dollars a year through June 2025. Table heard public comments for a little over an hour start on tuesday Meet before going into executive session ahead of the […]

FD schools to give bonuses | News, Spor...

During Gov. Kim Reynolds’ state of the state address in January, the governor promised to use federal pandemic relief funds to award retention bonuses to teachers who stayed on during the pandemic. . She called it a way to say “Thank you.” However, those $1,000 retention bonuses paid for by the elementary and […]

The Day – Stonington will hold a public

Stonington – The Finance Council will hold a public hearing on the proposed $77.3 million budget for 2022-23 and its $0.19 million tax rate increase Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Stonington High School. The council will then meet after the hearing to discuss and make changes to the budget before putting it to a referendum […]

Montezuma-Cortez moves to new elementary...

Executive Director of University Student Services Jim Parr advises the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School Board March 15 that residents and teachers have reached consensus on a new elementary reading curriculum. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Teachers and the community choose from four programs; CFO concerned about cost The Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 will replace its elementary […]

Washington town meeting includes lively ...

WASHINGTON — While the city’s broadband expansion was expected to generate much discussion among voters on Saturday, the debate instead focused on the wording of a land use ordinance. More than 60 people — some of them not registered to vote in Washington — gathered at Prescott Memorial School on Saturday for the city’s annual […]

How I Stopped Forgetting to Remember – A

After a losing battle trying to find a comfortable sleeping position, I sat up in bed, maneuvered my laptop around my big pregnant belly, and started googleing for “tips for having twins”. By the second hour, I had a wealth of information, mostly from reputable baby and parenting websites. But my favorite website had a […]

Inaugural Salem Academy and College Heal...

Three panels to highlight the work of women health leaders Who are widely recognized experts and innovators Summer McGee, PhD, CPH Studio Cardinal Rouge WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina (March 24, 2022)—Salem Academy and College will hold its inaugural Healthcare Leadership Forum on Thursday, April 21, 2022. Salem College is the nation’s only liberal arts college exclusively […]

A member of the Iberville School Board n...

Traffic continues to deteriorate along the Mississippi River Bridge in Port Allen, but several high-ranking lawmakers have said they will oppose funding earmarked for a new bridge at least until site selection is complete. completed. West Baton Rouge and Iberville parish government leaders said they will work with lawmakers and other officials to ensure the […]

Greg Creed Joins Board of Directors; pl...

Thank you, a leading customer loyalty and engagement platform, today announced that Greg Creed, former CEO of Yum! Brands, will join the company as an advisor to the Chairman and CEO and the Board of Directors. Mr. Creed brings to Thanx more than 40 years of marketing and operations experience with major restaurant and consumer […]

City Council Continues Discussions on Th...

At-Large Councilwoman Kimberly Ecklund discussing a resolution regarding the West Third Street Redesign Project during the Jamestown City Council business meeting on Monday. Photo of PJ by Dennis Phillips The redesign of West Third Street was again discussed by Jamestown City Council. At its business meeting on Monday, council had a […]

Three are running for two seats on the W...

Voters will take two seats on the Wilmot Union High School Board in the April 5 general election. Incumbent school board chair Laurie DeMoon of Powers Lake is joined on the ballot by newcomers Joy Corona of Salem Lakes and Kim Swanson of Wilmot. Three-year terms come with an annual salary of $2,500. The district […]

Beaufort City Council reserves sewer cap...

BEAUFORT — A new subdivision could see the light of day in Beaufort, with sewer capacity earmarked for it, courtesy of the City Council of Commissioners. City Council met on March 14 for its regular business meeting at the Beaufort train depot. During the meeting, council discussed a request from Beach Moss Development & Consulting […]

Changes to Hempfield School Board Proced...

Concerns about transparency and access for the public to provide timely feedback have been raised following changes in the frequency and approach of Hempfield School Board meetings. At its December reorganization meeting, where two new school board members took office for the first time, the board voted 8 to 1 — with board member Linda […]

Beckville ISD Board of Directors Agenda:...

Beckville ISD Board of Directors A regular meeting of the Beckville ISD Board of Directors will be held Monday, March 21 at 6 p.m. at the Beckville ISD Administration Building, 4398 Texas 149 in Beckville. II. Discussion-GT Update. IV. Discussion/Action – Consider approving the consent agenda. IV.b. Accounts Payable V. Discussion/Action – Student/Sports Insurance VI. […]

Plainfield provides update on police sur...

PLAINFIELD — Residents named speeding, burglary and random shooting as their top concerns in a recent survey of city policing and policing. While many people who responded to the survey said they did not have enough information or interaction with the police to answer many of the questions asked, when residents did, they often conflicting […]

Altering Winds Ordinance to Protect Drai...

MONTICELLO — The Piatt County Zoning Appeal Board will consider an addition to the county’s wind energy conversion ordinance at its March 24 meeting. The request to add language to protect district drainage systems came from Monticello attorney Amy Rupiper, who represents several drainage entities in the area. At least two of them are located […]

Holt County Planning and Zoning Consider...

Due to expected attendance at the meeting, the 1:30 p.m. meeting on Wednesday, March 16 has been moved to the Holt County Annex at 128 N. 6th Street, O’Neill, NE 68763. The Holt County Planning and Zoning Board met to a full house at the O’Neill Assembly of God last Monday evening. The meeting was […]

“Bringing Harmony to This Educational Ec

Jay Lusk, a graduate finalist/young professional administrator, fourth-year medical student, and second-year MBA candidate, is committed to actively removing barriers that prevent all voices at Duke from being fairly represented. Lusk told The Chronicle he’s held to that fundamental commitment since his first day as president of Duke’s graduate and professional student government. He witnessed […]

Tennessee lawmakers to continue discussi...

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) — Discussions will continue Monday on Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s plan to change the way public schools are funded. This comes after a discussion last week in the Tennessee House of Representatives, where it became clear that not everyone agrees with how quickly things are moving. Lee and his administration are pushing […]

The Day – Forgotten tip workers like hot

Blanca Limon cleaned 11 rooms during a recent shift as a housekeeper at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square – emptying trash cans, making beds, cleaning bathrooms in one of the most expensive cities in the world. world – and earned exactly $3 in tips. She had never seen him like this. While his advice […]

Shakib Al Hasan ready to visit South Afr...

Versatile Bangladesh veteran Shakib Al Hasan has reversed his decision not to tour South Africa and said he is available to play all three formats for the Bangladesh national team. Earlier, the senior player asked for the Bangladesh Cricket Board to rest from international cricket and did not want to tour South Africa as he […]

Friends of the Rail Bridge group say the...

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) — Debate continues over what to do with the railroad bridge that spans the Missouri River between Bismarck and Mandan. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway operates on the bridge and said the structure has reached the end of its useful life. BNSF plans to build a new crossing and then demolish the […]

The mask mandate will be discussed at th...

There may soon be an answer as to whether the Waterloo Region District School Board will have a mask mandate after March Break. The Ontario government recently announced that mask mandates will end in most indoor settings starting March 21. While the Waterloo Catholic School Board has decided that students and staff returning from March […]

What Google Search Doesn’t Show You

When I Googled “best toaster” on my phone recently, thinking about replacing the appliance in my apartment kitchen, the search immediately yielded a carousel of product images from various high-design brands : Balmuda, Hay, Smeg. (Guilty: I had certainly searched for Japanese Balmuda’s steam toasters before.) Further down the results page were advertisements for online […]

Santa Barbara County Supervisors to Stud...

With a deadline looming to send a response to the presiding Superior Court judge, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors strongly disagreed with all four findings of a grand jury report on unused oil wells, but agreed. decided to analyze the four recommendations that accompany them rather than reject them. downright. But the decision […]

Garza as Building, Field Superintendent ...

Park County Commissioners have parted ways with their Buildings and Grounds Superintendent Mike Garza. Garza said when he walked into the Park County Fairgrounds office Monday morning, he was given a choice to resign or be fired. He chose to resign, which County Commissioner Dossie Overfield confirmed. “We had a discussion about work,” she said, […]

Careers in Education Class Hosts Panel o...

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Byron School Board Reaffirms Support for...

BYRON – The Byron School Board on Monday reaffirmed its support for the addition of Carrie Delaney as the seventh member of the school district’s governing body after discussing some concerns that had been raised about her within the community. . The board initially nominated and approved Delaney out of a pool of eight candidates […]

Punxsutawney Area School Board lawyer re...

PUNXSUTAWNEY — During a discussion regarding proposals the Punxsutawney Area School Board has received for legal services, current attorney David Young resigned from his position on the board on Thursday. Young cited talk among board members about his role as the reason for his immediate resignation. This follows much discussion within the Board regarding a […]

Mount Vernon School District Board 17-3 ...

Mount Vernon School District 17-3 Board of Education Minutes February 14, 2022 The regular meeting of the Mount Vernon School District 17-3 Board of Education was held on Monday, February 14, 2022 at Mount Vernon School at 6:00 p.m. in the hall of the after-school program. Dale Larsch, Chairman of the Board, opened the meeting […]

Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board Members...

SHERIDAN — Sheridan Memorial Hospital is considering major facility and technology upgrades for approval later this spring, according to discussions at the hospital’s board meeting on Wednesday. Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty told board members that hospital administration had identified several facility improvement projects. First, the hospital is looking to upgrade its generator system, McCafferty explained. […]

Offensive human relations commissioner n...

The editorial board operates independently of the UT newsroom but is held to similar ethical standards. We base our editorials and recommendations on rigorous reporting, interviews and debates, and strive to be accurate, fair and courteous in our section. To disagree? Let us know. San Diego County established the Leon L. Williams San Diego County […]

DynamicsCon preview: ALGuidelines projec...

MSDW is a media sponsor of DynamicsCon 2022 virtual event, which takes place live online from March 15-17. The effort to establish coding standards in the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central developer community goes back more than a decade. In 2013, the effort gained momentum when members of Microsoft’s R&D team collaborated with experts from […]

Greater Victoria School District postpon...

The decision on a controversial land sale proposed by the Greater Victoria School Board (SD 61) will not come for two weeks, after the board and the Victoria Hospice Society agreed more time to finalize the deal with details recently refined. At its Jan. 24 meeting, the school board narrowly approved the first two readings […]

Broadband, Cemetery and Housing Discussi...

There was a special meeting called by the Council of Lexington Mayor and Aldermen on February 22, 2022, at which the council approved a resolution for Lexington Electric System’s business plan to provide high internet debit to the public in the future.Photo by: W. Clay Crook / The Lexington Progress Article by W. Clay Crook […]

Dickson County Council opposes Curcio co...

School leaders in Dickson County recently voted to oppose charter school legislation co-sponsored by state Rep. Michael Curcio. The board unanimously approved a resolution asking state lawmakers to “do nothing” on the bill that would more easily allow charter schools statewide. the The Williamson County School Board also recently approved the resolution – and Dickson […]

The purchase of Sears will return to the...

The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors will resume discussion on Tuesday about purchasing downtown Santa Rosa property for a new county government complex. Earlier this month, the council postponed a decision on the $20.75 million purchase of the former Sears department store property at the south end of Santa Rosa Plaza after concerns over the […]

Cherokee Central School continues mask m...

By JONAH LOSSIAH One-feather staff The Cherokee Central Schools Board of Education (CCS) met for nearly six hours on Thursday, Feb. 24, spending two and a half hours behind closed doors. A big topic of discussion in open session was how CCS was going to operate for the remainder of this school year regarding COVID. […]

Unique collaboration between RSOs on cam...

In an unexpected but successful union of various on-campus clubs, Club Downunder has teamed up with Presidential Scholars and the Black Student Union to host a screening of the 2021 action-western film “The Harder They Fall” online. honor of Black History Month. The film, directed by Jeymes Samuel, features an all-star cast of black actors, […]

Flat Rock Road paving is uncertain but c...

MARTINSBURG — Most of the more than 30 people who packed Martinsburg City Hall at the February city council meeting wanted to know what was going to happen to the Flat Rock Road snowmobile trail. Will it be paved and plowed? Local resident John Scanlon asked City Supervisor Terrence J. Thisse why Flat Rock was […]