Monthly Archives: June 2022

UConn Health’s Transgender Medical Services Help Patients Live Their Authentic Lives

Transgender is a term that encompasses the many ways that people’s gender identities can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth. Gender incongruity and/or realization of identity as transgender can occur at any age. The number of young people who identify as transgender has nearly doubled in …

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Governor Dunleavy signs budget, retaining education funding and $3,200 PFD

Governor Mike Dunleavy speaks at a press conference Tuesday after signing the budget for fiscal year 2023, which begins Friday. (Wesley Early/Alaska Public Media) Gov. Mike Dunleavy on Tuesday signed a state budget that adds millions of dollars for public safety, K-12 education and the University of Alaska system. In …

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Alternatives to direct deposit loans | The bank rate

Direct deposit loans are for borrowers with previous credit problems and experiencing financial difficulties. These debt products are typically deposited into your bank account on the same or next business day, making them a convenient option if you need cash quickly. Still, there are downsides to consider. Direct deposits often …

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More bike racks coming to Kenai and Soldotna

A group of local bike advocates are placing a second batch of aluminum bike racks around town. The racks will be in addition to the 20 the group has already placed in Kenai and Soldotna at Kenai River Brewing, Soldotna Public Library and Soldotna Professional Pharmacy, to name a few, …

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How Lacie DeCosta Became the Leader of the “Flock of Ravens” on Social Media – Baltimore Ravens Blog

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Brie Brown is in her first year teaching kindergarten in the Baltimore area, and she tweeted out a wishlist for class items, adding the hashtag “Ravens Flock.” The next day, Brown received a package that caught his eye. “I was like, there’s no way,” Brown said. …

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Residents are being asked to remove green pools to help ‘fight the bite’ during mosquito season

With the start of mosquito season in Southern Nevada, the public can help eliminate the blight and health hazards of green pools by reporting them to local code enforcement agencies. If you are located in unincorporated Clark County, call (702) 455-4191 or file a complaint through the county’s website at …

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Long-Distance Pollutants Found in Bering Sea Animals Hunted by Indigenous Peoples

A bowhead whale and her calf are seen swimming in open water that leads into the Arctic Ocean in this undated photo. A new study appears to be the first to document the presence of PFAS compounds, known as “eternal chemicals,” in the body tissues of bowhead whales. (Photo courtesy …

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The Santa Barbara Bowl COVID Compliance Team Keeps Rolling

The 2022 Santa Barbara Bowl event season is in full swing in the summer, but with some new protocols for those entering the popular outdoor venue. In our current pandemic-influenced world, onlookers are used to showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result to Sansum Clinic staff members …

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QRCS and WHO help Syrians with mental disorders by COVID-19 [EN/AR] – Syrian Arab Republic

QRCS and WHO help Syrians with mental disorders by COVID-19 [EN/AR] – Syrian Arab Republic

Attachments June 26, 2022 ― Doha: The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) Representative Office in Gaziantep, Turkey is working on a project to operate three mobile mental health clinics. With funding from the World Health Organization (WHO), mental health rapid response personnel are being deployed to help those affected by …

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PleaseLoan eliminates endless loan lines with its online platform that makes the borrowing process easier

The loan company provides loan services to government and private employees to help them with additional resources that can help their financial difficulties Award Loans are unsecured, fixed, low-interest loans specifically designed for federal employees. These loans are easily accessible even for employees who have bad credit because the loans …

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Permanent Access to Abortion: Governor Hochul Announces Robust, Cross-Platform Public Education Campaign for Anyone Seeking Reproductive Health Care

Following the United States Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson, Governor Kathy Hochul, and the New York State Department of Health today announced a paid, cross-platform, and robust public education campaign to ensure New Yorkers — and all Americans – know that in New York State, abortion remains safe, …

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Space available in the New Hanover County Special Assistance Home Program

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – New Hanover County Social Services has funding and space available through the Special Home Assistance Program. The County Adult Services Unit within the DSS provides case management for recipients of Special Assistance (SA) Home Financial Assistance and Home Support Services. The program helps Medicaid-eligible …

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WHO plans to declare monkeypox a global health emergency

KABUL: Rescue workers in eastern Afghanistan continued their relief efforts on Thursday to help survivors of a deadly earthquake that official figures have killed at least 1,000 people in the mountainous region. The 6.1-magnitude earthquake hit parts of Pakistan’s neighboring Paktika and Khost provinces on Tuesday night, flattening homes as …

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The city will honor the life and legacy of its first black police chief, William “Bill” Logan Jr.

On March 28, Evanston City Council decided to designate part of McDaniel Avenue between Nathaniel Place and Greenleaf Street as “William ‘Bill’ Logan Jr. Way” in honor of William ‘Bill’ Logan Jr., Evanston’s first black police chief. Chief Logan is a longtime resident of Evanston whose civic and community work …

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Genesee Orleans Ministry of Concern

Press release: The Western New York COVID-19 Community Response Fund coordinated by the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, the Health Foundation for Western & Central New York, the John R. Oishei Foundation and United Way of Buffalo & Erie County announced that it has granted 4.5 million to 74 organizations …

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Letter: Not the first time Councilor Kronick has acted foolishly on the Pittsfield budget | Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Councilor Kronick’s debacle commandeered the City of Pittfield budget by killing hard-fought amendments and advancing a flawed budget. (“A Default Budget? Pittsfield Councilman’s ‘Irresponsible’ Decision Overturns All Revisions,” Eagle, June 14.) With two words, “charter objection,” Mr. Kronick erased protections for our most vulnerable. We’ll probably never …

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Learn to Navigate the World in the Digital Age – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Posted on June 21, 2022 Fort Worth residents now have better access to important skills training thanks to the Fort Worth Public Library‘s new computer skills initiative, funded by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services through from the Texas State Library and Archives …

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KY Board of Post-Secondary Education Approves Tuition, University Programs and Trust Fund Guidelines

The Council on Post-Secondary Education gave final approval to the campus proposals for tuition and compulsory fees at its meeting last week. Overall, the change in resident undergraduate tuition rates averages 1.5% system-wide, the third-lowest increase in recent history. All proposals submitted were within the tuition fee caps set by …

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LETTER: Knapp shares our values ​​| Letters

I’m voting for Don Knapp as circuit judge in the Republican primary on June 28. As a lifelong Republican, Don’s message of personal responsibility resonates with me. I think he has done a great job of holding criminals accountable in McLean County and would welcome that view on the bench. …

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Summer Jobs Connect provides summer job opportunities, financial education and access to banking services to an additional 145,000 young people

Seed Funder Citi Foundation Commits Additional Funding $3.5 million supporting the financial empowerment of summer employment programs for youth; the PNC Foundation and the Skillman Foundation join forces to advance the SJC initiative by Albuquerque, Pittsburghand Detroit NEW YORK, June 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the national nonprofit Cities Fund …

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*Update – Victim Identified* Delaware State Police Investigate Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision – Delaware State Police

Date posted: Sunday, June 19, 2022 Delaware State Police have identified the victim who died in a fatal motor vehicle collision on June 17, 2022 in the Milford area as Latre Bonville28 years old, from Magnolia, DE. Delaware State Police Investigate Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision *Milford Traffic Advisory* Delaware State …

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Biz Roundup: Duke Energy programs offer relief from high cooling costs this summer – Reuters

Duke Energy offers a wide range of programs and plans to help customers reduce their energy consumption and manage their bills. Since mid-2021, the costs of fuels used to generate energy have more than tripled. Duke Energy is not profiting from these cost increases and the company is proactively taking …

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Police rescue 3-year-old girl held hostage by gun-toting father for two days at Lynn’s home

A police standoff that stretched from Friday afternoon until late Saturday morning was ‘successfully resolved’ as officers were able to rescue a 3-year-old girl who had been barricaded inside a Lynn by her armed father. The saga began when a DCF social worker and Lynn police went to 42 Hanover …

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Des Moines Residents Have Another SCRUB Day Opportunity

Press release Des Moines, Iowa — Friday, June 17, 2022 —If you have appliances, furniture, or a number of things that you need to get rid of, you’re in luck. Saturday, June 18 is another SCRUB day for the city of Des Moines. Residents can bring their loose items, tires, …

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Rice County Seeking Affordable Housing Developer; Smith touts new generic drug regulations; Elliott talks about “Coffee with a Cop”

Rice County is now accepting proposals from developers interested in building up to six four-bedroom homes to be designated as affordable lodging. On Tuesday, the county board of commissioners cleared the use of about an acre and a half just north of the planned public safety center for the project. …

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Dogs can help reduce stress in children

Share on PinterestExperts say spending time with dogs can help reduce stress levels in children. Daniela Jovanovska-Hristovska/Getty Images In a new study, researchers claim that interactions with dogs help lower stress hormone levels in children. Experts say owning a dog can also help teach children responsibility and social interaction. They …

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As Troup County deals with Active Living heat advisory, 4H ensures seniors and children are safe from the heat – Reuters

Troup County along with several other areas of Georgia are currently under a heat advisory this week, with daily temperatures reaching highs in the upper 90s. So many local organizations are taking proactive steps to make sure their summer programs beat the heat. With several summer camps planned in the …

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Charles Kernaghan, scourge of sweatshops, dies at 74

Charles Kernaghan, who with single-minded passion and tireless energy exposed the prevalence of sweatshop-made goods on American toy shelves, department stores and celebrity fashion lines, died June 1 at his Manhattan home. He was 74 years old. His sister, Maryellen Kernaghan, announced the death but did not provide a cause. …

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Thousands Attend DC Pride Parade

On the night of June 12, 2016, 49 people were killed and 53 injured in a shooting at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida. The shooting has since remained one of the deadliest mass shootings in United States history. Six years later, efforts to curb gun violence in America and stop …

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New York’s CTO says building digital services ‘cannot be disruptive’

Two years of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic have cemented the need for nearly every government to focus more on digital services. But as flashy as it might be to put commonly requested utilities on a mobile app, these innovations can’t be implemented if they compromise the functions they’re supposed …

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The global payday loans market is expected to grow by USD 8.4 billion during the period 2022-2026, accelerating at a CAGR of 4.34% during the forecast period

ReportLinker Global Payday Loans Market 2022-2026 Analyst has been watching the payday loans market and it is poised to grow by USD 8.4 billion during the period 2022-2026, accelerating at a CAGR of 4 , 34% over the forecast period. New York, June 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces …

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Butler County Children Services Wins Excellence Award

“Eyes on the children and involving the families is a key strategy for ensuring safety. The management team, social workers and really all levels of our organization are working very hard to achieve these goals,” Glendon told the Journal-News. “We have several tools that help us, namely our quality assurance …

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Grandview Hop resumes full summer schedule starting June 25

In addition to shopping and strolling, the grandview jump has always included a charitable component. “Proceeds from our Charity Beer Garden are always set aside for the benefit of local organizations,” said Derek Grosso, founder and owner of the Columbus Young Professionals Clubthe organization that presents The Hop. The Hop …

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Business honors for June 19, 2022 | Company

Two staff members from the Law Library of Louisiana were recently elected officers of the American Association of Law Libraries. Director of the law library Miriam D. Children was elected treasurer of the association and responsible for the public services of the law library Sara V.Pic was elected Secretary/Treasurer of …

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‘Look at all the lives you’ve touched’ – grateful Nate Miller’s mother of 34 years with her son

• “Nate was a great athlete, a great basketball player, but an even better human being.” • “Losing Nate is like losing Kobe to me. Someone who inspired my love for the game.” • “Nate was doing something special, not just in Springfield but in the area.” • “Springfield just …

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How Inflation and Strong Labor Markets Affect Black and Brown Communities

RSVP Now This Wednesday, June 15, at 1 p.m. EST, join Next City Senior Economics Correspondent Oscar Perry Abello for the latest in his Bottom Line Conversations webinar series. In this edition, he will speak with Michelle Holder, the outgoing president and CEO of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. …

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David’s Hidden Sacrifice | VA Tampa Health Care

What’s most important when it comes to providing world-class healthcare to veterans? Ask Beau Williams, and he’ll proudly admit, “It’s about connecting, instilling hope, and inviting everyone to the table. In 2007, Williams joined James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital & Clinics after working as a clinical social worker in the …

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Emotional message from MMC ICU nurses won MaineHealth videographer a regional Emmy® award

MEDIA CONTACT:Contact person: Caroline Cornish207 662-5146 / [email protected] PORTLAND, Maine – A video capturing the thoughts and emotions of Maine Medical Center (MMC) critical care nurses as they cared for unvaccinated patients during the Delta COVID-19 outbreak won MaineHealth’s videographer Charlie Berg a regional Emmy® Award at the Wang Theater …

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Clark County Fire Department offers safety tips for next heat wave

With an Excessive Heat Watch issued from Thursday of this week through Sunday, the Clark County Fire Department reminds residents that heat can pose serious health risks to anyone in our area, especially children, the elderly and people with poor circulation and weight problems. “When the desert heat sets in …

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Texas Health Action appoints new chief medical officer

AUSTIN, TX, June 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Texas Health Action (THA), a community-informed nonprofit organization specializing in serving LGBTQIA+ people and people affected by HIV, recently appointed Dr. Sandra Guerra as Chief Medical Officer (CMO). In this role, Guerra is responsible for clinical leadership, quality processes, and medical education efforts …

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LORI LEE VANDENBERGE | News, Sports, Jobs

Lori Lee VandenBerge, 62, of Près Isle died on Sunday, June 5, 2022, following a brief battle with cancer. Lori was born on December 16, 1959 in Alpena to Sandy and Mary McDonald. She graduated from Alpena High School in 1978 and later earned her bachelor’s degree in …

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Utilities, Broadband Providers Split on Pole Attachment Rate Policy: Broadband Breakfast

WASHINGTON, June 7, 2022 — A contentious debate over whether the Federal Communications Commission should force pole-to-point rates to accelerate broadband rollout shows no signs of abating. During a Broadband Breakfast Live Online conversation on the subject in late April, utility representatives parted ways with representatives of broadband providers and …

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Schapiro: A payday loan battle that started in Virginia with a whimper, ended with a bang | Columnists

Jeff Schapiro DEAN HOFFMEYER/TIMES-EXPATCH///////// Jay Speer has been lobbying the Virginia legislature for as long as he’s been a parent: 22 years. And for almost all, while he and his wife raised two children, both now out of college, Speer fought back against the high-cost instant loan industry, arguing that …

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Oswego County’s COVID-19 community level remains ‘low’

June 6, 2022 OSWEGO COUNTY – The Oswego County Health Department announced today that 145 additional residents tested positive for COVID-19 from Monday, May 30 through Sunday, June 5. This includes results from lab-confirmed tests and home tests. Additionally, another death related to COVID-19 has been reported by the New …

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John Oliver argues against increased police in schools during Texas wake shooting

After a brief segment taking swipes at Prince Andrew and the UK’s Platinum Jubilee celebration in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, John Olivier dove straight into its main segment on Sunday night Last week tonightadvocating for tougher gun control measures following school shooting UvaldeTexas last month. Noting that the National …

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What the president of Pride Winnipeg thinks about walking in the 2022 parade as the first known bisexual leader

The Pride Parade this weekend will be Barry Karlenzig’s first as President of Pride Winnipeg – and it may also be a first for the organization. Karlenzig was named chair after the Winnipeg Pride Parade in 2019, the last year the big event took place due to the pandemic. In …

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Ernor Abbott of Uvalde County Announces the Opening of the Uvalde Together Resilience Center, Resources Available for the Entire Community | Texas Governor’s Office

June 3, 2022 | Austin, TX | Press release Governor Greg Abbott announced today that Uvalde County officials are opening a temporary facility for the new Uvalde Together Resilience Center (UTRC) on Monday, June 6 to begin providing long-term support services to the community. Operated initially by the local district …

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What it’s like to be a caregiver for a family member at 22

Image source: Felicia Robinson DeAirah Robinson was a senior in college when her mother Felicia, with whom DeAirah lived in Georgia, asked her to feel a lump on her chest. “Our first reaction was, ‘Oh, that’s probably because the bra is a little too tight,'” Felicia told POPSUGAR. But when …

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5 Best Online Payday Loans – Online Payday Loans Same Day Deposit & No Rejection Payday Loans Direct Lenders in 2022

Online payday loans are the solution to almost any type of financial lock-up. Whether you need money to redecorate the spare bedroom, buy an expensive birthday present, or pay for an expensive car repair, online payday loans can provide you with the cash you need. Many Americans have experienced the …

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Public urged to keep 4th of July fireworks celebrations ‘safe and healthy’

As the July 4 holiday approaches, Clark County and partner agencies are asking the public to follow the rules regarding fireworks. “Safe and healthy” fireworks are the only type of consumer fireworks allowed in Clark County and local towns and only from From June 28 to July 4 annually, when …

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Filipinos debut on county TV, podcast and social media

The local Filipino community is the focus of the next iteration of the popular “Cultures of Las Vegas” TV series and podcast. “Cultures of Las Vegas: The Filipinos” debuts on Clark County Television (CCTV) Wednesday 1 June at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. and broadcast throughout the month. The Philippines …

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Copper Country Events | News, Sports, Jobs

concert at the church WHAT: Note “Together Again” Concert WHEN: 7 p.m., Thursday, June 9 WHERE: Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Hancock MORE: The Noteworthy Female Barbers Chorus perform audience favorites from past gigs. Free entry. Voluntary collection will be made for the benefit of UP Honor Flight. COVID …

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