Monthly Archives: September 2021

Lima Schools Hall of Fame inspires future graduates

LIMA – Schools in Lima inducted eight alumni and a service group into its Alumni Hall of Fame on Thursday, bringing some of the school district’s most accomplished alumni back to the school to inspire students. Hall of Fame inductees, selected for their accomplishments and “living example” to the Lima …

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Starkville’s ARPA plan criticized for lack of homeless support, infrastructure Beatty hopes to overturn parks funding strategy

STARKVILLE – The city’s decision to spend $ 5.5 million of its American Rescue Plan Act funds on parks and recreation did not please many citizens. Homelessness and evictions, for example, are on the rise in the city, said Cate Van Hurdle, representative of the community action group Starkville Strong. …

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Why social work might be the right job for you

The response I received to my last column, where I presented the story of one of our social workers, was so positive that I thought I would share another story from the front line of adult social care. . This time, Amy Bloomfield, a social worker from our Ipswich and …

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CancerCare Donates Lung Cancer URL to LUNGevity Foundation to Connect More People Affected by Lung Cancer to the Resources They Need

WASHINGTON, September 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – LUNGevity Foundation, the country’s leading nonprofit focused on lung cancer, announced that as of September 28, 2021, all website traffic to CancerCareUrl of lungcancer.org will now be redirected to the LUNGevity homepage. This URL donation and transfer of ownership represent extraordinary recognition …

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CRMC opens a new outpatient clinic for the elderly | Local News

MOULTRIE, GA – Colquitt Regional recently opened its new outpatient clinic for seniors with mental health issues. This new Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) was developed in partnership with UltraGroup Healthcare to help close the gap in the treatment of behavioral health services specifically for the underserved older population. “In 2020, …

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OK’s Bailey Road business park board preliminary flat | New

Acting on a recommendation from the Sun Prairie Plan Commission, Sun Prairie City Council on September 21 approved an application from Bailey Business Park, LLC for approval of extraterritorial jurisdiction Preliminary dish for “Bailey Business Park”, containing eight Commercial lots on 39.86 acres located on Bailey Road, West of South …

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Community Memories – Sep 25, 2021 | Community

CAPCA LiHEAP program closure notice The Community Action Program for Central Arkansas will close the LiHEAP Regular Summer, Crisis and Extended Winter Assistance Programs effective Thursday. For more information in White County, contact Ashlee Dobbs, Community Services Coordinator, at (501) 279-2015 or visit 1132 Benton St. in Searcy. Road closure …

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Vaccination requirements for the public sector begin October 18

A new public health decree will come into force on October 18 for designated frontline officials who are not fully vaccinated. Health and Seniors Care Minister Audrey Gordon made the announcement on Friday afternoon. On August 24, the Manitoba government announced COVID-19 testing or vaccination requirements for designated frontline officials. …

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Social worker III – Foster family and adoptions

Position: Social workers III – Foster family and adoptionsdepartment: Department of Social ServicesWage scale: $ 39,380.49 – $ 55,643.60Opening date: September 24, 2021Closing Date: October 8, 2021 Responsibilities:An employee in this class is responsible for managing a childcare workload and post-adoption cases. The majority of cases will include a primary …

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Governor Lamont and Commissioner Rovella announce the passing of former Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner Reuben Bradford

Press Releases 22/09/2021 Governor Lamont and Commissioner Rovella announce the passing of former Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner Reuben Bradford (HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Ned Lamont and Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection Commissioner James C. Rovella today mourn the loss of Reuben Bradford, former Commissioner …

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Ontario and Canada Issue Proof of Immunization Status Guidelines for Restaurant Customers and Other Selected Businesses and Organizations | Small

On September 14, 2021, Ontario posted Regulation 645/21 and a guidance document, which support companies and organizations in the implementation of their vaccination requirements, which will begin on September 22, 2021. Regulation 645/21 amended Ontario Schedule 1 Regulation 364/20 under the Ontario Reopening Act, 2020 (a flexible response to COVID-19) …

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Is a government shutdown coming?

The timing and tactics of government spending – past, present, and future – will converge into a string of hard and loose deadlines and massive partisan deadlock over the next month, and the end result could be any combination of: We just don’t know how it’s going to play out. …

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5 ways to be a better step-grandparent

Step-grandparents are important John Reed, 66, of Little Rock, Arkansas, lives in a four-generation household that includes his 90-year-old mother and wife, plus his wife’s daughter and daughter’s son Roman, 9 . Reed, known to his step-grandson as “Poppy”, becomes part of Roman’s life soon after he is born. Although …

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X4i.org Tech Directory Introduces 1,500 Solutions to the US $ 2.9 Million Social Impact Market | New

KIRKLAND, Washington., September 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – X4Impact, the market intelligence platform for social innovation, celebrates a milestone with 1,500 technological products and services in its online directory on the occasion of its first anniversary. This announcement takes place during the 76th United Nations General Assembly and in …

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Janet J. Long, 88, from Watertown

Janet J. Long, 88, of Watertown, died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Samaritan Keep Home, where she had resided for several years.(Source: Funeral home) WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) – Janet J. Long, 88, of Watertown, died Thursday, September 16, 2021 at Samaritan Keep Home, where she had resided for several …

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Vodafone and ITU launch global connectivity campaign

28m | Melanie Mingas Vodafone Group Plc and the International Telecommunication Union will tackle the global digital divide through a new working group. Co-chaired by ITU Secretary-General Houlin Zhao and Vodafone Group CEO Nick Read, the group’s launch partners are the Alliance for Affordable Internet; GSMA; the government of Ghana; …

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Biden administration to deport Haitians in Del Rio, Texas

This week, the United States resumed deportation flights to Haiti under the public health order. On Wednesday, immigration and customs services repatriated around 90 Haitians. Among those deported were families with young children, according to the Haitian Bridge Alliance, a rights group, which also said they had been deported under …

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River Forest adds solar option for residents

Environmentally conscious River Forest residents will soon have another green energy option following action taken by village council on September 13. Directors voted 4-0 to support a recommendation from the Sustainability Commission to approve a resolution approving the Community Solar Clearinghouse Solution (CS2) residential solar program. Trustees Lisa Gillis and …

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A new strategy for Ukraine

In the Brundtland Report, the United Nations defined sustainable development as development that meets current demands without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. It is based on the assumption that resources are finite and must be used sparingly and wisely to ensure that there are enough for …

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Sewer improvements | Public notice

ADVERTISING AND INVITATION OF BIDS Sealed bids in duplicate will be received by the City of Danbury, Brazoria County, Texas for the supply of all plant, labor, material and equipment, and for the ‘execution of all works required for the construction of: HARVEY ROUND PROGRAM 1 FUNDING FOR THE IMPROVEMENT …

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EC woman exposed her 3 week old son to methamphetamine

September 18 – EAU CLAIRE – A woman from Eau Claire exposed her 3-week-old son to methamphetamine and other drugs, police say. Kalysta K. Griffin, 31, 3230 14th St., is indicted by the Eau Claire County Court on counts of child neglect, possession of methamphetamine and jumping on bail. Griffin …

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Ubly Elementary is hiring new teachers

Ubly Community Schools made a number of hires ahead of the new school year, filling several vacant positions in the elementary school. New teachers include kindergarten teacher Jolene Lochrie, second grade teacher Torri Volmering, special education teacher Brooke Hessling, art teacher Ashly Chandler and preschool teacher Jessie Heilig. The district …

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Elon Musk says Starlink will drop out of beta next month

This long-exposure image shows a track from a cluster of SpaceX’s Starlink satellites passing over Uruguay on February 7, 2021.Photo: Mariana Suarez / AFP (Getty Images) Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX Friday announced that Starlink, the company’s satellite internet service, will exit its public beta phase in October. While this …

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