Monthly Archives: October 2022

Lake County News, CA – Supervisors consider giving themselves a big raise, accepting park ownership and donating money

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. — Supervisors this week will discuss giving themselves a hefty 38% raise, the latest in a series of multimillion-dollar pay increases the county used a 2019 study to justify, and will consider also to formally accept hundreds of acres of land and money for a new park …

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Children with disabilities ‘always lose’ appeals from Virginia schools, lawsuit says

Comment this story Comment Northern Virginia school systems grant less than 1% of requests from parents of children with disabilities seeking to enroll in schools that better meet their needs, according to data submitted as part of a lawsuit in civil rights. The plaintiffs allege the state Department of Education …

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UNICEF Dominican Republic Humanitarian Situation Report No. 1 (cholera outbreak) 28 October 2022 – Dominican Republic

Attachments Situation in numbers 1 confirmed case of cholera in the DR 1,874,792 children and adolescents in the Dominican Republic receive water contaminated with E. Coli (54.8%) 506,331 children and adolescents in the poorest quintile do not have soap and water to wash their hands (74%) 27,822 people per month …

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Medicare’s Mental Health Proposals Expand Addiction Help

The opioid crisis in the United States and the Covid pandemic have renewed calls from lawmakers and advocates to modernize and expand Medicare behavioral health coverage. And the Biden administration is listening. The proposed rule for Medicare’s 2023 Physician Fee Schedule suggests changes will be made to Medicare’s coverage for …

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Two Dads Recall The Incredible Moment They First Met Their Daughter

Brian Ritter said he didn’t think becoming a father was a possibility for him until he met partner Michael Stribling. Even after being together, the couple didn’t feel like parenthood was their reality, until they met their daughter for the very first time. Michael Stribling and Brian Ritter are discharged …

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Mental health implications of abortion restrictions for historically marginalized populations

1. National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine. The safety and quality of abortion care in the United States. 2018 (https://nap.nationalacademies.org/catalog/24950/the-safety-and-quality-of-abortion-care-in-the-united-states). 2. Major B, Appelbaum M, Beckman L., Dutton MA, Russia NF, West C. Report of the Task Force on Mental Health and Abortion. American Psychological Association, 2008 (https://www.apa.org/pi/women/programs/abortion/mental-health.pdf). 3. …

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Payday loans have skyrocketed as the cost of living crisis rages – and they’re better disguised than ever

Although it may seem like payday loans are waning in popularity, in fact, they are still in high demand – just cleverly disguised. Instead, short-term, high-interest loans have taken their place, with more and more people turning to such programs to pay their bills as the cost of living continues …

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New Rep. Katie Porter Bill holds government accountable for providing better services to Americans

WASHINGTON-Congresswoman Katie Porter (D-CA), vice chair of the House Oversight Subcommittee on Government Operations, today introduced legislation that would strengthen how the federal government interacts with the American public. The Confidence in Government Actwhich is co-led by Rep. Gerry Connolly, chair of the government operations subcommittee, details specific requirements for …

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“The Sweetest Land” Screening at ReadingFilmFEST to Address Violence Prevention

Radarra McLendon recently completed a mentorship program with the O’Pake Institute of Alvernia at its Reading CollegeTowne campus. Together with Alvernia, McLendon founded and received funding to create The Village of Reading, a new non-profit organization working directly with the city’s youth, aiming to provide full-time support for his initiative. …

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Senator Warren will promote student debt forgiveness during his visit to Western Mass.

Democratic U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren will be in western Massachusetts on Tuesday with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley to talk about canceling student debt. The two are touring the state with additional stops in Boston, Brockton, Worcester and Springfield to encourage those eligible for President Joe Biden’s pardon program to sign up. …

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Condemn Sri Lankan Police Brutal Attack on Student Protest!

The International Youth and Students for Social Equality (IYSSE) calls on the working class to condemn the ongoing police crackdown on student protests in Sri Lanka. The latest police assault was directed on Tuesday against a student protest march organized by the Inter-University Federation of Students (IUSF) in Kelaniya, on …

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Steering committee appointed for Denison’s Vision 2022 program

On Tuesday, Denison City Manager Brad Hanson announced the names of eight people who have been appointed to the Denison 2022 Community Vision Program Steering Committee. Jenna Beam, Enablement Manager, Mosaic Sara Woerdehoff, WESCO Industries and City Resident Alma Puga, League of United Latin American Citizens Jon Schuttinga, Rotary member …

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Connect with Career Center

An employer discusses internship and networking opportunities with a student at a trade show in September. The Career Center hosts many events that act as an aid to help students feel connected and better develop their professional skills. Photo courtesy of Pepperdine University Pepperdine’s career center continues to act as …

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Legal notice of October 19, 2022

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION OF NOVEMBER 8, 2022 The deadline to receive new voter registrations and updates online and by mail is Monday, October 31. The deadline for in-person registration and voter updates is Tuesday, November 8 at 8 p.m. at the Adams County Elections Office at 106 W Main …

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Waterville will begin public listening tours to get feedback on improving the Outer Town Center

WATERVILLE — The planning process for improving the downtown periphery is set to begin in earnest next week as representatives from Beyer Blinder Belle, a New York City-based architecture and planning firm, begin holding planning sessions. listening for audience feedback. Council Chair Rebecca Green, D-Ward 4, outlined the timeline for …

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Online instant payday loans for bad credit

payday loans for bad credit Get 100% cash advance online even with bad credit. The best service for fast loans! payday loans for bad credit Payday loans, however, are a different breed of loan. These loans are short-term and high-interest, usually repayable within a few weeks. Additionally, payday loans for …

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Growing Through Pain | god tv news

A year ago today, my life changed. I went through so many different emotions. I was sad, upset, frustrated, hurt, upset and many other emotions. I cried, laughed, cried, worked, cried, and then I cried again. Did I mention I cried? I will come back to that in a moment. …

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The SHRM Foundation Honors Former Congresswoman Walorski and Others at Its Annual Tharseō Awards

​ALEXANDRIA, Virginia — The SHRM Foundation today announced the winners of its second annual Tharseō Awards. Tharseō (thar-seh’-ō) – derived from the Greek word meaning “brave, confident, and daring” – spotlights leaders at the forefront of innovation and shaping the work experience. Recipients will be honored at a black tie …

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How to Get a $20,000 Personal Loan – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Whether you’re looking to renovate your home, consolidate debt, or pay for another big expense, you may be looking for a personal loan. Many lenders offer $20,000 …

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Child tax credit application deadline is November 15

The deadline for Floridians to apply for the Advanced Child Tax Credit is Tuesday, November 15. Part of the US bailout, the benefit is intended to help people raising children. As the deadline approaches, Miami-Dade County is working across departments to spread the word to all eligible community members and …

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Neighbors are scared, looking for change after shooting at Hedingham community

RALEIGH, North Carolina — A community is coping after learning that the shooter who took five lives there is a teenager. “My first thought when I found out he went to my son’s school was that it could have happened at school,” neighbor Rahnisha Finnell said, which was very traumatic. …

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Bring back license fees – and make them progressive

Ontario license plate stickers are back in the news. Last week, CTV News reported that the Ford government’s decision to stop charging sticker fees has put public money in many already-lined pockets. In February, Premier Doug Ford estimated annual savings for most drivers would be $120 and $240 for those …

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Housing First: Homelessness and the Need for a Resource Center

BY KRIS LEONHARDT CENTRAL WISCONSIN — Although homelessness is not always visible on the streets of central Wisconsin, the struggle for some remains. The North Central Wisconsin Continuum of Care Region reported that 571 homeless clients were served in 2019 (the latest year for which numbers are available). Agencies in …

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Future Leaders: Kelly Salb, Director of Client Services, Family and Nursing

The Future Leaders Awards program is brought to you in partnership with PointClickCare. The program is designed to recognize promising members of the industry who are shaping the next decade of senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and palliative care. To see this year’s Future Leaders, visit https://futureleaders.agingmedia.com/. Kelly Salb, …

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A new population policy for Jersey, 100 new homes for key workers and a survey of public sector staff: the Chief Minister’s 9 priorities

A NEW population policy, providing more accommodation for key workers and ensuring Jersey takes a “proactive and visible leadership role” in the response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine are among the ministerial priorities set for this term. Each minister outlined their priorities following the release last week of the …

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Elect Kalantari-Johnson for District 3 Supervisor – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Both candidates running for District 3 supervision have impressive credentials and compelling personal stories. Our choice, however, to replace Ryan Coonerty for the seat remains Shebreh Kalantari-Johnson. Which isn’t to say his runoff opponent, Justin Cummings, isn’t a credible choice for voters in the Santa Cruz/North Coast district. He is …

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Public sector job losses could top 100,000 if government refuses pay rises, says IFS | Institute for Tax Studies

More than 100,000 public sector workers would lose their jobs this year if the government refuses to fund higher-than-expected pay for nurses, doctors, teachers and caregivers, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies. The IFS said Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng had to choose between increasing public sector budgets or accepting the …

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Over 100 cats removed from Whitefish ownership

In early September, authorities and a handful of volunteers rescued a large number of malnourished and neglected cats that were suffering from flea infestations and disease from a property in Whitefish. The Whitefish Police Department, Flathead Sheriff’s Office and County Animal Control executed a search warrant at a home on …

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Pyramid Analytics Formalizes US Federal Business Practices

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pyramid Analytics (Pyramid), a pioneering business intelligence platform provider, today announced a new business practice dedicated to the specific needs of US federal agencies. Led by a team of experts with deep experience in the federal market segment, Pyramid’s federal business practice builds on the company’s success with …

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Slick Cash Loan offers fast online financial assistance across the United States

The Slick Cash Loan online financial service offers fast financial assistance to meet the urgent financial needs of people across the United States. Slick Cash Loan, the online financial service renowned for its quick and readily available financial solutions, helps people across the United States overcome their need for urgent …

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Council approves funds for heating, electric assistance | News, Sports, Jobs

Dan and Ellie Snyder were honored at the Governor and Executive Council meeting on Tuesday. They are pictured with Governor Chris Sununu and Executive Advisors Cinde Warmington, Joe Kenney, David Wheeler, Ted Gatsas and Janet Stevens. (Photo by PAULA TRACY) NEW LONDON – To help heat …

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Kelly and Hobbs face different prospects in crucial races in Arizona

PHOENIX (AP) — A year ago, Arizona Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was all over the cable news, building a national profile as a democracy advocate and raising money for his campaign for governor. Democratic senator. Mark Kellynewly elected to complete the last term of the late John McCain …

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FBI Cincinnati Citizens Academy Alumni Host Anti-Human Trafficking Fundraiser

CINCINNATI (WXIX) – The third annual FBI Cincinnati Citizens Academy Alumni Association fundraiser will benefit three nonprofit organizations that support victims of human trafficking. The group’s latest fundraiser was on Sunday with around 100 golfers and more than 20 raffle gift baskets at TopGolf in West Chester Township. The funds …

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John Lee promises better public services as HK celebrates National Day

John Lee delivers a speech at the National Day reception on October 1, 2022. Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu pledged that his cabinet would keep in mind its mission to serve citizens better and stressed that the preparation of his first political speech had entered the final stage …

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