Community Action Program

Penquis Partners with Versant Power to Provide Billing Credits

Penquis has partnered with Versant Power for Power Match, a charitable matching program that will provide power bill credits to customers in need. Versant Power agreed to match all donations up to $200,000 and provided an additional $60,000 start-up fund to begin helping customers immediately. Power Match will be facilitated …

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State to Suspend Accepting New Applications for Oregon Homeowners Relief Fund Program

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) — Oregon Housing and Community Services announced that it will suspend accepting new applications for Oregon’s Homeowners Relief Fund program at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 30. Officials said the pause will allow OHCS to process current requests in its pipeline, allow for minor system maintenance and …

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Oneida Businesswomen Win Extra Mile Day Award – Oneida Dispatch

ONEIDA, NY – Mayor Helen Acker presented Oneida businesswomen Stacy Herb-Jones and Lori Petroffski Seef with the Extra Mile Day award during a recent Common Council meeting. Once a year, the city celebrates “Go the Extra Mile Day”. Extra Mile America is a nonprofit organization that inspires people, organizations, and …

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USDA Grant to Expand Alaska Tribes Outreach Program

Tuesday, November 8, 2022 1:37 p.m. Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded the University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service a $730,585 grant for its Alaska Tribes Extension Program as part of the $71 million investment to help underserved communities. UAF associate professor Heidi Rader …

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How to stay warm safely this winter? A Cedar Rapids firefighter gives advice

Captain Lucas Kennedy, with the Cedar Rapids Fire Department The weather has started to cool down and the furnaces, fireplaces and heaters will soon be put to use. While it’s important to stay warm, the effort to do so can sometimes become dangerous. Capt. Lucas Kennedy of the Cedar Rapids …

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NH Congressional Delegation Announces $33.9 Million in LIHEAP Funds as Winter Months Approach

November 02, 2022 **Shaheen is a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee which funds LIHEAP and consistently secures strong resources to support the program** (Washington, DC) – US Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), a senior member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee that funds the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), …

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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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ICYMI: Pennsylvania leaders visit White House, meet with President Biden, administration officials to discuss strong economic recovery

Across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, local newspapers and television stations are reporting on the White House’s “Communities in Action: Building a Better Pennsylvania” event, which was attended by nearly 50 elected officials and community leaders from across Pennsylvania. Keystone State. During the half-day forum, President Biden and senior administration officials …

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Air Quality Ambassadors: How Women Are Fighting Pollution in Delhi’s Slums

Many women from Delhi’s poorer neighborhoods work in construction, a massive and largely unregulated industry where they are frequently exposed to dust, sand, cement and other harmful air pollutants. That’s why local non-profit Mahila Housing Trust has trained 75 women in three communities to become air quality ‘ambassadors’, who can …

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Offshore Wind Summit, Django by the Sea: Community events this week

State of the City Forum in Rochester ROCHESTER – The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce will present a State of the City Forum Breakfast on Tuesday, September 27 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Sponsored by Eversource, this program will feature an update and an opportunity to Learn more about …

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“Helping transform the community”

“It’s about helping transform the community,” said Reverend Jerome Anderson, pastor of Unity Fellowship community church in Orangeburg. Anderson refers not only to the monthly meetings he and other Orangeburg leaders hold, but to the actions resulting from those meetings. One of the purposes of the meetings is for community …

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HCCAO will hold a recycling event this Saturday

Tara Campbell, deputy director of Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. (HCCAO), said the organization’s county tire and electronics recycling event is scheduled for Saturday, 24 September from 8 a.m. to noon at the Hi-TEC center. parking lot, at the weekly Wednesday meeting of the Highland County Board of Commissioners. …

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Community baby shower draws crowds

review review Franciscan Health, in partnership with the Montgomery County Health Department, hosted a community baby shower Sept. 10 at the Montgomery County 4-H Fairgrounds that was attended by 81 families. These families were expecting or had given birth within a year of the date of the event. The goal …

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Purchase OK paint tester for HCCAO

The purchase of a $23,000 paint chip tester was discussed and approved at the Wednesday morning meeting of the Highland County Board of Commissioners. Mark Current, the Highland County Community Action Organization (HCCAO) housing director, said that when the HCCAO conducts an inspection for a Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) …

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Averett holds a pinning ceremony; After …

Here’s a roundup of Southwest and Southside education memoirs. Want more education news? There is no full-time education reporter west of Richmond. You can help change that. Help fund this post. * * * Averett Hosts Pinning Ceremony for First Accelerated BSN Students Last week, Averett University held a pinning …

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PG County curfew to curb violence begins on a quiet night

Prince George officials began imposing a long-ignored curfew on Friday evening, seeking to allay growing concerns about violent crime – often committed by or targeting people aged 16 and under – by preventing teenagers in the county from linger outside in public places. The curfew, which allows police to issue …

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A ‘spark plug’ for community change, Gina Dalma is honored for her advocacy work | New

Gina Dalma views her life’s work as a bridge to help people see both the suffering that many less privileged people in our community experience, as well as the gifts they have to offer. This mission has driven her to advocate for change on a wide variety of issues, including …

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United to House LA supporters rally for resources to end homelessness – Streetsblog Los Angeles

This morning, a few dozen United to House LA supporters representing labor unions, community organizations and social justice advocates gathered outside the US Bank tower in downtown Los Angeles. United to House LA is a ballot initiative that will be introduced to LA City voters in November as “Measure ULA.” …

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Anchor Center’s beekeeping program instills patience and pride

Courses rehabilitate women leaving the criminal justice system Jessica McDanniel checks bees at the Anchor Center for Women in Cedar Rapids. Anchor Center probationers and parolees raise bees and collect honey to donate and use at the Residential Correctional Center. (Nick Rohlman/The Gazette) Mary Nelson holds a frame of a …

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Avista Files Price Adjustment Requests in Washington and Idaho | New

SPOKANE, Wash., Sept. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Avista (NYSE: AVA) has filed annual rate adjustment applications with the Washington and Idaho Utilities Commissions that, if approved, would will lead to an increase in electricity and natural consumption. Washington Gas Rates and Idaho Natural Gas Rates, Effective November 1, 2022 …

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Eliminate the stigma associated with drug use | News, Sports, Jobs

Fentanyl test strips used to check for fentanyl contamination were offered free of charge and without judgment at Wednesday’s overdose awareness event. (Photo by Morgan Ahart) LISBON — For Ashley Durbin, who will celebrate a year of active recovery on Sept. 29, events like Wednesday’s overdose awareness event hosted by …

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5 things to know today, August 29, in Montgomery County

It’s Tuesday, August 29, and here are five things to know in Montgomery County. 1. Hyperthermia alert: Montgomery County has activated a hyperthermia alert for extreme heat from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Montgomery County activated a hyperthermia alert for extreme heat from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, 8/30. …

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Political profile: Patrick Griffin, candidate for municipal council of Providence in the 14th arrondissement

Sunday, August 28, 2022 GoLocalProv Policy Team View larger + PHOTO: Patrick Giffin Patrick Griffin is a candidate for the municipal council of Providence in the 14th arrondissement. Here’s what he has to say. 1. What is the biggest “political issue” of this campaign? GET THE LATEST NEWS HERE – …

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Marin unveils its first long-term economic development plan

A plan to help grow Marin’s economy and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic was approved by county supervisors on Tuesday. “I am thrilled to present the first-ever long-range economic plan for Marin County,” said County Administrator Matthew Hymel. The “Marin Strategic Economic Vitality Plan” was funded by a federal grant …

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Community Action Services: Winning the War on Poverty, One Family at a Time | News, Sports, Jobs

Sammy Jo Hester, Daily Herald file photo Kiera Cook, a program manager, speaks during a meeting with the Circles Initiative on Tuesday, February 2, 2016. In 2019, 10.6% of the population in Utah County lived below the poverty line. This represents approximately 62,800 out of 591,000 people …

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Jefferosn County incumbent charged with conflict

PORT LUDLOW — A Port Ludlow attorney has sent a letter to the Washington State Auditor’s Office alleging a conflict of interest for Jefferson County Commissioner Greg Brotherton regarding his role as chairman of the board of trustees. Olympic Community Action Programs, a non-profit organization that receives public funding. The …

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Wyoming County Joins AG Shapiro’s Treatment Initiative – AP Attorney General’s Office

PENNSYLVANIA – Attorney General Josh Shapiro today announced that Wyoming County has joined the Law Enforcement Treatment Initiative (LETI), a program started by Attorney General Shapiro in conjunction with law enforcement that helps Pennsylvanians suffering from substance use disorders to register for treatment services. Sixteen Commonwealth counties have already joined …

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JEFFERSON PARISH AND ATMOS ENERGY TO HELP RESIDENTS WITH NATURAL GAS BILLS

PRESS RELEASE JEFFERSON PARISH, LOUISIANA August 15, 2022FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JEFFERSON PARISH AND ATMOS ENERGY PARTNERTO HELP RESIDENTS WITH NATURAL GAS BILLS JEFFERSON, THE – The Jefferson Community Action Programs Department (JeffCAP) and ATMOS Energy have partnered to help residents of Jefferson Parish pay their natural gas bills during the …

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Custom-cut ‘Moonscape’ plan

By Cam Lucadou Wells A street tree replacement program described as a “moonscape” of Hemmings Street and Weller Dandenong Street has been scaled back. On August 8, the city of Greater Dandenong announced that 17 trees would be removed from the compound. This was far less than the original proposal …

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KuCoin Labs Advances Exploration of the Metaverse by Incubating the Universe Network

VICTORIA, Seychelles–(BUSINESS WIRE)–KuCoin Labs, the investment and incubation arm of the KuCoin ecosystem, has officially announced its ongoing incubation program with Univers Network, a metaverse infrastructure project designed to empower communities and revolutionize the web -3. As an independent metaverse project designing infrastructure tools to enable interoperability between virtual worlds, …

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AT&T, Oak Hill Lay Foundation for Digital Future

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — A critical step in addressing connectivity issues that have plagued the city of Youngstown for years is nearing completion, officials said. AT&T installs fiber that will bring high-speed Internet access to the Youngstown metro area. The project will be completed by the end of the year, said …

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Schuylkill United Way Celebrates Successful Back-to-School Donor Event

School supplies and backpacks were donated to fill 2,115 backpacks, the largest collection in the 20-year history of Schuylkill United Way’s Stuff the Bus program. Organizers said the challenge was daunting this year due to supply chain issues and the severe impact of inflation, making everyone’s generosity all the more …

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Nayler keeps the memory of his deceased son alive through community action

“My husband Tom and I wanted to use Ryan’s lived experience to make a difference. We wanted what he went through to be used for good,’ says Barrie woman behind Ryan’s Hope Positive thinking is a driving and transformative force for Christine Nayler, who turned the grief of losing her …

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The San Bernardino Housing Authority will hold free workshops in Victorville

RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA., August 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Housing Authority of San Bernardino County (HACSB), an on-site partner of the Inland Empire Health Plan’s (IEHP) Victorville Community Resource Center, conducts housing support workshops for county residents. These free workshops will provide residents with a wide range of information on …

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Micro-grants available for invasive species removal, education

Municipalities, Indigenous communities and non-profit organizations could receive $1,000 in one-time funding to help protect land and water from invasive species PRESS RELEASEINVASIVE SPECIES CENTER*************************You can help protect your community’s land and water from invasive species with an Invasive Species Micro-Grant. Recognizing the importance of working together to prevent invasive …

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Mayor – News – July 2022 – CITY OF NEW ORLEANS AND PARTNER SCHOOLS LAUNCH HOMEOWNERSHIP INCENTIVE PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS

NEW ORLEANS – Mayor LaToya Cantrell was joined today by the Office of Youth and Families (OYF), Office of Housing Policy and Community Development (OCD), Tanya Bryant of ReNEW Schools, Alex Jarrell of New Schools New Orleans and Thelma French of Total Community Action to launch a $1.5 million down …

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IHCDA Suspends Indiana Emergency Rental Assistance Program Application Process Friday, July 29 – WKVI Information Center

The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) is halting acceptance of new applications for Indiana’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program effective Friday, July 29 at 5 p.m. ET. To date, IHCDA has disbursed and committed $365 million to more than 29,000 Hoosier households. Under Treasury guidelines, Emergency Rent …

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Beverly Hills Courier – Climate Action Advisory Committee hosts movie night and discussion — Beverly Hills Courier

City of Beverly Hills | Community News BY Bianca Heyward July 24, 2022 The documentary “Ice on Fire” screened at the Roxbury Park Community Center on July 20 as part of the city’s Climate Action Movie Night. Reading time: 3 minutes On July 20, the Beverly Hills Climate Action and …

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How Guests Can Beat the Heat and Keep Their Cool

Insights > How customers can beat the heat and keep their cool 07/22/2022 The summer heat is in full swing, and most likely, so is your cooling system. Whether you’ve turned down the thermostat or turned up the air conditioner, increasing your energy consumption can lead to an increase in …

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Governor Hochul Announces $3 Million Now Available for Mount Vernon Residents Affected by Water and Sewer Issues

Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the opening of the Mount Vernon Healthy Homes pilot program from the Governor’s Office of Storm Recovery. To launch the $3 million program, which complements New York State’s historic $150 million investment to address longstanding water supply infrastructure and related public health issues in this …

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Nonprofits receive over $69,000 in funding

Eight organizations serving Lincoln and Sagadahoc county residents in need of emergency food assistance and shelter will receive $69,604 in funds from the Federal Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP). The grants are part of the federal EFSP and American Rescue Plan Act funds, which are distributed by local EFSP …

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Baylor’s Education and Research Program Returns to Campus and Mayborn Museum to Help Young Learners Improve Their Math Skills | Media and public relations

Media contact: Kelly Craine, Baylor University Media and Public Relations, 254-297-9065SOE contact: Meg Cullar, Baylor School of Education, 254-710-6435Follow us on twitter: @BaylorUMedia WACO, Texas (July 15, 2022) – After a hiatus in 2020 due to COVID and an integrated 2021 program at a local summer school, Baylor University Mathematics …

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Utility announces new aid package

Ameren Missouri announced on Wednesday that it has added $1 million to its Clean Slate Fund, a program that helps eligible moderate-income customers pay off overdue balances and start fresh. Ameren recently announced an even lower payment threshold for Clean Slate to better support customers. Customers are now required to …

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Finger Lakes Catholic Charities honors six individuals for their community work

Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes honored six individuals on June 21 at its annual Sharing the Light Award event. The winners are (left to right) Helen Delaney, Andrew Tyman, Ellen Wayne, Katharine Waye, Elizabeth Kenney Henderson and Joseph Mull Sr. (Photo courtesy of Rhonda Zettlemoyer) The six recipients of …

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State solicits public input on wide range of climate-focused energy policies

Attendees at the Vermont Climate Council’s public engagement event at Elmore State Park last year discuss the current and future impacts of climate change that affect them every day. Photo by Emma Cotton/VTDigger State Civil Service officials want to know: How do Vermonters think the state’s electric sector should meet …

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Watauga Community Foundation Grants

Written by Bill Fisher New Posted: July 08, 2022 The Watauga County Community Foundation awarded $7,000 in local scholarships from its Community Grant Fund and $18,500 from the Armfield and Rachel Rivers Coffey Memorial Fund. Recipients of this round of grants include Blowing Rock Art and History Museum for the …

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Literacy project sets up small free libraries in northern St. Louis

Change and Action for Racial Equity and Association of Community Organizations of St. Louis are working to promote literacy in North St. Louis by installing tiny libraries north of Delmar Boulevard. The project is part of the national literacy organization’s Read in Color initiative Small free libraries, which encourages people …

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Biden remains silent on rise in police suicides as advocates call for more action, less anti-cop rhetoric

Suicide has quietly become an epidemic within the National Police, ranking as the number one cause of officer death this year. And frustrated police advocates and mental health experts warn that President Biden has not only ignored the burgeoning crisis, but has also exacerbated it with anti-police rhetoric. Once a …

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Factory site development gets green light, council to vote on project this summer

The disputed development of the Snoqualmie Mill site can now go to City Council for final approval, after a hearing examiner ruled in favor of the developers and the city, delaying an administrative challenge against the project. In her 79-page decision released June 28, hearing examiner Sharon Rice upheld the …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Independent Agencies Reconciliation Action Program

AAMI RAP Committee. Independent Media Agencies Australia (IMAA) today announced their first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) as part of their mission to educate their over 130 member agencies about Aboriginal peoples and cultures and Torres Strait Islanders. The national non-profit association of the independent media agency industry has received conditional …

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Event Celebrates Milestone in Muskegon Lake Cleanup

When the United States and Canada amended the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement in 1987, they designated 43 sites as Areas of Concern (AC) for environmental restoration around the Great Lakes region . Fourteen of these sites were in Michigan. The decades that followed saw slow but steady successes. Michigan’s …

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Qually stages a successful writing campaign | Local News

Adams County Commissioner Marty Qually’s name will appear on the November general election ballot as the Democratic candidate for the state’s 91st regional seat after receiving 811 write-in votes in the primary , according to officials. He only needed 300 write-in votes to secure a spot in the fall ballot, …

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Pequea Valley Makes Necessary Fixes to Best Agricultural Education Program in the State | Community News

When: Pequea Valley School Board meeting, May 12. What happened: The board heard a presentation from Department of Agriculture teacher Douglas Masser on how the Pennsylvania Department of Education’s items for remedial action were handled. The Department of Education periodically audits schools to ensure they comply with state regulations. When …

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PRA Group President and CEO Receives Community Builders Award

NORFOLK, Virginia., May 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kevin StevensonChairman and Chief Executive Officer of PRA Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: PRAA), a global leader in the acquisition and recovery of nonperforming loans, has been recognized for its proven track record of exceptional leadership, exemplary service and advocating for positive change at the …

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Balkissa Daouda Diallo, Civic Action Program Fellow and PhD candidate, on balancing community engagement and thesis research

The McCormack Graduate School was founded on the principle that its faculty and students would practice what Ernest L. Boyer called “engaged scholarship,” that is, teaching and research that connects “the rich resources of the university to our most pressing social and civic needs. , and ethical issues. MGS actively …

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Represented RI at Foster Grandparents Luncheon at White House, Regina B. (Avery) Richard Dies

Saturday, May 14, 2022 Quinn Funeral Home View larger + Regina B. (Avery) Richard, resident of Warwick since 1946, died May 12, 2022. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward F. Richard of 62 years and the mother of the late Edward F. Richard Jr. and his mother …

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Five Texas refineries exceeded EPA limit on benzene emissions, report says

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Five Texas refineries exceeded federal pollution limits for the carcinogenic chemical benzene in 2021, according to an Environmental Integrity Project analysis of refinery self-reported data to the Environmental Protection …

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Buffalo Mayor’s Speech for More Police Spending: Faster Shooting Response and Resolution | Local News

A year ago, Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown proposed spending less on police. But this year, Brown is proposing to increase funding for the police by more than $5 million. Two years after the call to ‘defund the police’ became a rallying cry at protests across the country during the …

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MVMC focuses on inclusion | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – The Mahoning Valley Manufacturers Coalition is set to launch a series of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives for its members and community partners as part of a targeted, multi-pronged approach. “Our goal is to increase the focus on diversity with outreach activities in the community; …

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