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A love letter to each remaining member of the medical staff

I’m trying to write a love letter to hospital workers this week. But I don’t want him to read like one of those thanking you for your hero worship service. I don’t put medicine on a pedestal; I know what you did. It’s just that you’re really on my mind, …

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Mental health: what to do for a child in crisis?

Over the next few weeks, The Cheshire Herald will be publishing a series of columns, courtesy of State Representative Liz Linehan (D-103) regarding this mental health issue in children and adolescents. This is the second installment in my series on children’s mental health in partnership with The herald. Last week …

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U.S. meat factories relaxed COVID-19 safety protocols after outbreaks: unions

CHICAGO, Dec.21 (Reuters) – Smithfield Foods (SFII.UL), the world’s largest pork producer, last year assigned a team of dedicated employees to enforce social distancing and clean up surfaces in a slaughterhouse in South Dakota where COVID-19 has infected nearly 1,300 workers, the local union president said. Now that role no …

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Shop With a First Responder arrives in Fort Kent

Santa himself could not have spread more Christmas cheer than the merry students of Fort Kent Elementary School who hopped down the aisles of local stores to pick out gifts for loved ones on Thursday morning. FORT KENT, Maine – Santa himself could not have spread more Christmas cheer than …

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Miss Massachusetts takes second place in Miss America pageant

MASHANTUCKET, Connecticut (WWLP) – A moment of pride for the State of Massachusetts Thursday night during the Miss America Pageant at the Mohegan Sun! Last weekend before Christmas, stores expect a rush of shoppers Fifty-one young women were in contention for the post of Miss America, and Miss Massachusetts Elizabeth …

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Washington Governor Jay Inslee proposes $ 61.8 billion budget focused on COVID, climate change and homelessness

OLYMPIA – Spurred on by federal tax and relief collections, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday unveiled a new state supplementary budget that spends billions of dollars in new spending to respond to the pandemic, homelessness , climate change, transportation projects, government employees and more. . Inslee’s additional $ 61.8 …

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Guarantees to protect freedom will certainly be delayed, but no word on a new timetable

Photo by: nito The Safeguarding Guarantees (LPS) will certainly be delayed again as the government has yet to consult on how to put the program into practice. The Deprivation of Liberty Protective Measures (DoLS) replacement was originally scheduled to come into effect in October 2020, but was later pushed back …

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City to offer $ 2.9 million to Anjanette Young for botched police raid

Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration is proposing a $ 2.9 million settlement for Anjanette Young following a botched police raid, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. City councilors were informed Sunday evening during closed-door briefings of the amount of the proposed settlement. Young and three other bylaws are on the agenda for …

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Concord University celebrates the 23rd Fall | State and region

ATHENS – Concord University hosted the 23rd fall edition in three ceremonies over two days. Masters candidates for graduation were honored on Friday, December 10, 2021 at 6 p.m. Applicants for undergraduate degrees were recognized on Saturday, December 11 at the ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and Ruby …

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