Monthly Archives: July 2021

Former Alabama High School Player of the Year playing basketball for Serbia at the Olympics

By Teresa M. Walker, AP Sports Writer SAITAMA, Japan – Yvonne Anderson knew that playing in the Olympics for the United States was a long shot at best. In reality, that was probably never going to happen. Yet the Arkansas native is here at the Tokyo Games and living her …

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The Sixers select the great Serbian man Filip Petrusev at No.50, Charles Bassey at No.53

The Sixers selected Serbian tall man Filip Petrusev with the 50th pick in the 2021 NBA Draft, taking a leaflet on an interesting prospect that made for an unorthodox trip to the pros. Philadelphia followed that up by adding another great man at No.53, the great man from West Kentucky, …

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Development threatens one of Montana’s ‘blue ribbon’ trout rivers – High Country News – Know the West

“You have all these grandfather systems that we know are causing water quality problems, but there’s no way to stop them at this point,” he said. For Alsentzer, the bottom line is that the DEQ has the ability to demand more from new developers given the existing issues with Gallatin, …

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Obituary: Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte

Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte BELGRADE – Linda Anne (Letourneau) Pelotte, 73, passed away peacefully at her home in Belgrade on Thursday July 22, 2021. She was born in Waterville on March 18, 1948, daughter of the late Gerald and Mary (Perry) Letourneau. She graduated from high school in 1966 and …

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Chaos in Afghanistan as governments play super politics

The Citizen team is happy to welcome Saeed Naqvi after an interruption due to the Covid virus. He’s had a rough time, but being the Indomitable Journalist has made his way through. This is his first chronicle after his convalescence. Having kept a constant eye on Kabul at least since …

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Tripadvisor is the cheapest online travel stock. Now is the right time to reserve stocks.

Tripadvisor, best known for online travel reviews, has struggled to get the most out of its hundreds of millions of users. That may soon change. The company launched a new travel subscription service, Tripadvisor Plus, which offers discounted hotel rates and other perks. It could rekindle interest in what has …

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Facility Brings Mental Health Resources to North County LGBTQ Community

A safe space for members of the area’s LGBTQ community to seek advice and support exists beyond San Diego proper. In a country where 62% of LGBTQ youth reported showing symptoms of major depressive disorder last winter, according to a national crisis intervention organization, the North County LGBTQ Resource Center …

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Islamic Jihad and the Noon Church Bells: The Siege of Belgrade by Raymond Ibrahim

Raymond Ibrahim July 22, 2021 – Three years after the conquest of Constantinople, the Ottoman Sultan Muhammad II, at the head of more than 100,000 Turks, marches towards the strategic fortress city of Belgrade, key to Western Europe, in the spring of 1456. Aware of all the death, destruction and …

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Noise from Belgrade bar “violates rights”

EMPTY COMMITMENTS: Lawyer Marina Mijatovic said she took the case to the European Court of Human Rights after city authorities failed to respond to a local court ruling The Serbian capital is once again buzzing with nightlife after more than a year of restrictions linked to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cafes, …

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Almost a third of Serbian companies have no employees

Last year, nearly a third of companies in Serbia, or 31,465 in total, had no employees, reports Biznis.rs, referring to data collected by the regional credit rating company CompanyWall. Most of these enterprises are in wholesale and retail trade (9,578), manufacturing (4,820), professional, scientific, innovative and technical activities (3,892) and …

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Omar Soto-Chavira jailed in Lubbock County Detention Center

A 22-year-old man faces a capital murder charge in connection with the fatal July 15 shooting of a Lubbock County SWAT commander in Levelland. Omar Soto-Chavira was jailed Wednesday morning at the Lubbock County Detention Center, where he appeared before an examining magistrate for an initial appearance after receiving an …

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“Do your homework”: Mayor of Osoyoos urges caution before going on vacation near fire area

The mayor of Osoyoos, British Columbia, encourages potential tourists to do their homework before heading to the South Okanagan, as a large forest fire rages in the nearby mountain. Sue McKortoff said that while the tourist resort destination still welcomes tourists, she urges visitors to prepare and plan ahead. “Please …

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Can crowdfunding in emerging Europe keep up with global growth?

Crowdfunding quickly gained popularity around the world. It is estimated that in 2019 alone, there were nearly 6.5 million crowdfunding campaigns that raised over US $ 34 billion. This total value is expected to reach US $ 300 billion by 2030. Across emerging Europe, despite constant growth, this alternative method …

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Franklin Universal Trust – Consensus Says Downside Potential of -60.2%

Franklin Universal Trust with ticker code (FSV) now have 3 analysts covering the stock with consensus suggesting a “Hold” rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 75 and 65 by calculating the average target price that we see 69.67. Given that the …

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ASML order book fills as chipmakers rush to increase capacity

ASML says demand from chipmakers remains strong The company raises its sales growth outlook in 2021 to 35% Dutch company announces € 9 billion share buyback ASML’s second quarter net profit up 38% AMSTERDAM, July 21 (Reuters) – ASML (ASML.AS), one of the world’s largest suppliers of semiconductor companies, on …

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bne IntelliNews – BRICKS & MORTAR: Residential property markets rebound in South-Eastern Europe

Residential markets in Southeastern Europe have recovered strongly since the start of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), although prices remain the lowest in Europe, according to a report from Deloitte. Most markets in the region experienced a dramatic slowdown in activity during the initial spring closings, but this was followed by …

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Noise from Belgrade bars torture, tell human rights tribunal

Crimes Against Humanity: Resident Nemanja Dragic compared noise levels under his Belgrade apartment to “torture”. Photo / Marko Drobnjakovic The Serbian capital is once again buzzing with nightlife after more than a year of pandemic restrictions. Cafes, bars, and entertainment-hungry patrons are celebrating a summer boom in business and entertainment …

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Belgrade residents accuse human rights tribunal of “torturing” bar noise

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) – The Serbian capital is once again buzzing with nightlife after more than a year of pandemic restrictions. Cafes, bars, and entertainment-hungry patrons are celebrating a summer boom in business and entertainment options, but the loud music and other accompanying noises are a failure for the people …

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SoftBank registers early for post-COVID-19 hotel boom

(The author is a columnist for Reuters Breakingviews. The opinions expressed are his own.) HONG KONG – Rare South Korean unicorn offers insight into post-pandemic travel. SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 is investing $ 1.7 billion in Yanolja, an unlikely success in an industry among the most affected by Covid-19. It’s …

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Thank you for giving kindness and grace to our hospitality industry | Editorials

We continue to move in the right direction after the worst year in hospitality industry history. We find ourselves in a travel boom with people eager to get out and relive their lives. Meetings, conventions, vacations and sports tournaments are coming back. The occupancy rate of our hotels in Daviess …

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Upshur County Sheriff’s Office Restricts Bookings, Suspends Inmate Visits Due to COVID-19 Cases | Local News

The Upshur County Sheriff’s Office has restricted those suspected of incarceration and suspended in-person visits to inmates at the jail due to recent cases of COVID-19. Upshur County Sheriff Larry Webb said in a statement Tuesday that the Gilmer facility has had its first confirmed cases of COVID-19 in recent …

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The dreary 1960s tower at 135 West 50th Street gets a new lease of life – Commercial Observer

When George Comfort & Sons decided to remodel the drab 1960s office building at 135 West 50th Street, the business owner asked Gensler to renovate the dark facade and lobby of the 25-story tower. The Emery Roth & Sons designed building between Seventh Avenue and Avenue des Amériques now sports …

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The book tells about what Philly was

By Tom Waring South Philly Review Queen Village sisters Natalie and Tricia Pompilio enjoyed their 2017 book collaboration, Philadelphia walking: 30 walking tours showcasing art, architecture, history, and little-known gems. “It was really, really fun. I love doing research and telling these stories, ”Natalie said. So when Reedy Press – …

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IMMOFINANZ: adds Italy as a new market to its successful STOP SHOP European retail park portfolio

DGAP-News: IMMOFINANZ AG / Keyword (s): Real estate / Extension IMMOFINANZ adds Italy as a new market to its portfolio of successful STOP SHOP European business parks 20.07.2021 / 08:31 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. IMMOFINANZ adds Italy as a new market to its …

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5 easy investments worth making to start building your wealth

If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that you need a financial plan (that doesn’t include winning Powerball). There has to be a better way than crossing your fingers that your lucky numbers are showing, and there is: invest! Now, before you dismiss the idea that investing is only for …

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People will miss the retired doctor the most

July 19 — Dr. Hugh Sabahi knows exactly what he will miss the most. “People,” he said. Sabahi has come across many people during his 25 years as a radiologist at Columbia Memorial Hospital. He said he was grateful to the diligent technologists he has worked with, as well as …

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Palm Beach County Author Seeks To Inspire Young People With New Book Series

Currie Park is a green space between two worlds, Palm Beach and the Tamarind community that Markee Drummer calls home. “Growing up on Tamarind and then so close to the money border, it’s one of the richest counties in the world,” Drummer said. He’s not wrong, according to Forbes, Palm …

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GTC relies on greener financing

After its successful 500 million euro green bond issue, the divestiture of its Serbian portfolio and a number of acquisitions in Budapest, Eurobuild CEE interviewed Globe Trade Center chairman Yovav Carmi and CFO Ariel. Ferstman, on the company’s post-pandemic plans. Your recent 500 million euro green bond issue, I believe, …

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Which tropical island has just opened 14 “resort bubbles” for vaccinated travelers?

Mauritius has just reopened its borders to international travelers after being closed for the past 16 months. Vaccinated guests can choose to stay in 14 ‘resort bubbles’ where they will be allowed to use the facilities including the swimming pool and explore the beaches on offer. These hotels are already …

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Pershing Square SPAC leaves Universal Music

By MICHELLE CHAPMAN Billionaire Bill Ackman is pulling out of a deal announced last month that would have given him a 10% stake in Universal Music Group, the label that houses Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Lady Gaga and the Beatles. In a letter to shareholders of his investment fund, Pershing …

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Rising rental prices in Belgrade and beyond; Novi Sad the only exception

Apartment rental prices have risen in Belgrade after the easing of pandemic measures. This upward trend has continued since February of this year. Real estate experts say demand for apartments has increased with the easing of measures and the highest prices have been recorded in March so far this year. …

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Everyday People: People Will Miss Retiring Doctors Most | Local News

Dr Hugh Sabahi knows exactly what he will miss the most. “People,” he said. Sabahi has come across many people during his 25 years as a radiologist at Columbia Memorial Hospital. He said he was grateful to the diligent technologists he has worked with, as well as front desk and …

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The wedding industry is in full swing with high booking rates

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) – The Sioux Empire Wedding Network hosted its second wedding showcase of the year on Sunday. Vendors across the state set up kiosks. “2021, and I’m sure a lot of wedding vendors will tell you this, it’s like a double year because we’ve had a lot …

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Clarence Glyndon Verzatt | Obituary

Clarence Glyndon (Glyn) Verzatt passed away on the evening of January 7, 2021 at his home. Glyn was 87. Glyn was born July 18, 1933 to Clarence P. and Leslie D. Verzatt of Helena, Montana. He and his sister Clarene moved to Billings, MT where Glyn attended Billings Elementary School …

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EDITORIAL: The spirit of volunteerism alive and well at Enid | Ag / Energy

Thumbs up Well done to Rob Holtzinger, who was named Garfield County Child Advocacy Council CASA of the Year 2020. CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate, a volunteer appointed by a family court judge to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children. Holtzinger has been CASA …

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Verzatt, Clarence “Glyn” | Obituary

Clarence Glyndon (Glyn) Verzatt passed away on the evening of January 7, 2021 at his home. Glyn was 87. Glyn was born July 18, 1933 to Clarence P. and Leslie D. Verzatt of Helena, Montana. He and his sister Clarene moved to Billings, MT where Glyn attended Billings Elementary School …

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Local woman wins book awards | fashions

Lawton author Kimberly Jones bathed in poetic justice last month, winning multiple awards for her new book. Jones received the best-selling author’s award from Amazon for his book “The Rich Blacks Before the Emancipation of 1865”. Jones also received the first new publication in 19th century world history as well …

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“We must continue”: German spa town begins massive flood clean-up effort

“I haven’t slept for two days,” said Michael Kossytorz, 40, standing near a pile of rubble outside his apartment. For my parents, it’s even worse because they lived closer to the river. But we must continue, ”he said. Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler in the volcanic Eifel region is one of the areas …

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Belgrade Bandits Win State Tournament – Explore Big Sky

By Gabrielle Gasser Photos of Dave Pécunies MILES CITY, Montana – On Sunday, July 11, the Belgrade Bandits All-Star baseball team won the 12U Montana State Championship. The 12-child team competed in the three-day double-elimination tournament and came out undefeated. They claimed their victory on Sunday with a 4-1 victory …

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Tips for Booking Cheap Flights Travel smart

Scott Keyes of Scott’s Cheap Flights offered advice on the best time to book your next flight. PENNSYLVANIA, US – After COVID-19 put most vacations on hold last year, many people are booking multiple trips to make up for lost time. If you are planning a winter getaway, to get …

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China’s Belt and Road Initiative causes environmental damage in Serbia

Back end of 2015Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, then Prime Minister, was a guest on the national television channel RTS. Asked by host Olivera Jovicevic why the Chinese are interested in investing in Serbia, Vucic responded with his typically forceful manner: “It’s because they have their interests. This is because they …

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Coronavirus in India Today Live News July 15: Latest COVID-19 vaccination update in India, Coronavirus third wave update live, Coronavirus facts and figures, Daily number of cases and deaths of Covid-19, Coronavirus Delta Plus New symptoms and variant cases LIVE, Kappa Live

A member of the Department of High Risk Units sprays disinfectant on a colleague in Cordoba, Argentina. (Reuters photo) Coronavirus statistics in India, Covid-19 cases and deaths in India July 15 LIVE, Delta, Delta Plus Live updates: India should have already started vaccinating 1 crore of people. But here we …

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DVIDS – News – Electronic patient kiosks modernized in European MTFs

SEMBACH, Germany – In an effort to speed up the flow of patients, standardize one-on-one consultations and reduce patient wait times, military medical treatment centers in Europe are upgrading software on old kiosks for patients and install new kiosks in waiting rooms of clinics and theater pharmacies. The initial deployment …

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We’ve researched the world’s best airlines and hotel companies – many still aren’t able to report climate and pandemic risks

Many UK companies will be required to make statements about the risks of climate change to their businesses under new proposals offered by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Supposedly “premium side“Companies that meet the highest regulatory standards are already required to make such statements in their financial reports starting this …

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Community collection

Charity auction Northwest Arkansas Second Stage Transition will be hosting an online auction starting at 6 a.m. on Thursday, July 15 and ending at 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 18. The auction is being organized to help raise funds for the second stage. Anyone wishing to donate items can call …

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5-year-old Alabama boy writes his first book

MOBILE, Alabama – A 5-year-old boy in Alabama has a career as a writer in his forecast. >> Read more trending news Julius Alexander Marshall, of Mobile County, published a weather book that incorporates choices, WPMI reported. “Cloud Party,” which released June 20, is a children’s book that tells a …

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Rod Lurie directs Claire Leu Castle’s film Brown

Exclusive: producer Doug Belgrade, director Producer Rod Lurie, and screenwriter Scott Conroy have teamed up for an untitled film based on the true story of independent journalists and bloggers Claire Ryu Castle Brown blew up coverage of 1MDB financial fraud in Malaysia . It became one of the biggest corruption …

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Murder in Belgrade, Minnesota remains unsolved almost 40 years later

The news that awaited him there was much worse. Her brother had been killed. Authorities would later reveal that Joseph “Scriver” Olson, 75, was brutally beaten and stabbed. His death certificate, which the West Central Tribune struggled to obtain in 1983, lists exsanguination (severe blood loss) from multiple stab wounds …

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Top Chinese brokers ask bankers to fly and share rooms

(Bloomberg) – China’s two biggest investment banks are slashing travel budgets, which will impact junior bankers as well as senior managers as they seek to contain costs and increase profitability. Starting this month, domestic travel by CEOs of CSC Financial Co. will be downgraded to economy flights and second-class or …

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They do everything in Alexandria

Volunteers transport pets from cars to the AWLA shelter at a car vaccination clinic. Photo courtesy of AWLA How the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) manages to show dozens of dogs and cats to potential adopters, create special animal treats, answer phones, deal with mountains of laundry and so …

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Serbia allows rental of public agricultural land for solar and wind projects

The Decree on Leasing State-Owned Agricultural Land for Non-Agricultural Purposes, adopted by the Government of Serbia, allows local municipalities to launch public calls for the lease of land for the installation of renewable energy power plants , but also for the elimination of residues, ash, slag and other dangerous and …

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Stranded Indians Traveling Via Serbia Say Asked To Self-Quarantine For 7 Days; The embassy intervenes to get them out

The Indian Embassy in Serbia intervened on Monday to evacuate Indians stranded at Belgrade airport, with police asking them to quarantine themselves for 7 days under the country’s Covid guidelines. Nick, one of the travelers, took to Twitter to inform that around 300-400 Indians, including students and children, who had …

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Jordan sees hopes of reviving tourism after 2020 collapse

Breadcrumb Links PMN company Author of the article: Release date : Jul 11, 2021 • 46 minutes ago • 2 minutes to read • Join the conversation Content of the article AMMAN – Hoping to get customers, Ahmad Nassar dustes and polishes trinkets and souvenirs at his tourist shop in …

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We visit the renovation of the Groucho Club of Transit Studio

The Groucho Club in London gets a makeover Transit Studio is leading the makeover of the Groucho Club in London – its series of new, refurbished rooms are part of the Soho legend’s ongoing modernization plans The Groucho Club is one of London’s most iconic membership clubs; but established and …

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Town Square Writers to Hold Public Book Sale – The Reporter

COVID-19 has forced the Town Square Writers Group to go virtual. But the authors have kept busy, producing books during the pandemic and working on new ones. Now, six of the writers will emerge in the sun from 9 a.m. to around 11 a.m. on Friday at Pure Grain Bakery, …

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Kerala Hotel Bars Start Selling Foreign Liquor Made In India | News Thiruvananthapuram

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hotel bars owned by the Federation of Kerala Hotel Associations resumed the sale of IMFL (foreign liquors made in India) on Friday after the government slashed the profit margin of the state-owned Kerala Beverage Corporation ( Bevco) at 13%. Hotel bar owners protested after the government last month raised …

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Five of the Serbian capital’s lesser-known landmarks

Belgrade is a city of many impressive monuments. From the classic grandeur of the Victor Monument overlooking the Great War Island to the daring, brutal and eerie western city gate, architecture buffs (of all kinds) will always be delighted on a city tour. But Belgrade’s most famous landmarks aren’t the …

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Dayton Woman Arrested For Leaving Children In Hot Car While Playing | News from Carson City, Nevada

A 37-year-old Dayton woman has been arrested at an E. William Street casino on three counts of child neglect and endangerment. According to the report, a patrol assistant from the Carson City Sheriff’s Office was called in for a child protection check at a local hotel and casino. An off-duty …

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Tripleseat: increase in business travel and event bookings

With the lifting of pandemic restrictions across the United States, consumers are once again ready for travel and celebration, and hotels are the popular destination for both. Tripleseat, a leading cloud-based sales and restaurant management platform for hotels, surveyed 500 consumers about their travel plans for the second half of …

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John Challis: “The rhythm section of the Rolling Stones were big fans of Only Fools and Horses” | Movies

Johnny and the bandit I grew up with 1950s skiffle artists like the Vipers and Lonnie Donegan. You could play most of the songs if you had a guitar, so we formed a band: Johnny and the Bandit. This kind of music was forbidden in my school, so we had …

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The plot of Jean Hanff Korelitz – borrowed time

The parcel is a literary thriller in two important ways. First, it’s fun for people who love publishing jokes, author insecurities, and terrible creative writing programs at small colleges in America. It’s also a meandering page turner (yes, I stayed awake most of the night to finish it off) built …

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UPDATE 1 – Central Bank of Serbia keeps key repo rate at 1.0%

BELGRADE (Serbia), July 8 (SeeNews) – Serbia’s central bank, NBS, announced Thursday that it has decided to keep its key repo rate at 1.0%. In taking this decision, the central bank was guided by the monetary and fiscal policy measures taken previously which should continue to have a positive economic …

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More and more foreigners working in construction in Serbia, Zlatibor full of Turkish masons

While the Serbian masons, hoping for better wages, flee to the West, workers from Turkey arrive in Serbia, especially in Zlatibor where many construction works are underway. About 300 Turks, of various job profiles, are currently working on various construction sites in Zlatibor. They do what Romanians and Albanians did …

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Trump exploded at his campaign manager on the crowd’s small size: book

Trump lashed out at his campaign manager for attending a rally in Tulsa last year, according to a new book. “How can you be so stupid?” Answer me ! Trump told Brad Parscale. The episode was detailed in an excerpt from journalist Michael Wolff’s upcoming book. See more stories on …

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Latest coronavirus: the euro zone raises its economic forecasts for this year and next year

Growth in the US services sector slowed in June from the record pace of the previous month, businesses struggle with higher prices and labor issues. The Institute for Supply Management index measuring activity in the service sector fell to 60.1 last month, the lowest level since February, after a record …

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Las Cruces hotel rooms fill up ahead of Branson space launch

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico – Five days before British billionaire Sir Richard Branson launched into space, his team have booked half of the hotel rooms at the Ramada Hotel in Las Cruces, staff confirmed . “It’s exciting!” said Maryann Costa, administrative assistant at the hotel. “Everyone is like, ‘Yeah! This …

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Airbnb prevents 100,000 people from booking in “anti-party” blitz

The platform pledged to ban “party houses” following a deadly shooting at a Halloween party at a rental apartment building in San Francisco in 2019 (AFP via Getty Images) Airbnb has confirmed that around 100,000 people have been barred from booking local rentals on its platform in the United States, …

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TERS calls for support to tourism businesses in South Africa

With restaurants, hotels, casinos, cinemas, and airlines, such as British Airways, Kulula, and LIFT Airlines, not being able to trade or do business in a feasible manner under the revised lockdown regulations, there is a urgent need for financial assistance to the companies concerned. . DESPERATE TIMES FOR THE TOURISM …

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3 Somerset County Sheriff’s Officers, promoted dog

BRIDGEWATER, NJ – Somerset County Sheriff Darrin J. Russo hosted a swearing-in ceremony for three newly promoted law enforcement division supervisors on July 1. The oath of office for promotions was administered by the Superior Court Assignment Judge, the Honorable Thomas Miller. Somerset County Commissioner Director Shanel Robinson was also …

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Briefly Rated Book Reviews | The New Yorker

The Fox, by Francine Prose (Harper). Harvard graduate Simon Putnam, the narrator of this novel, which takes place during McCarthy’s time, finds himself in a prestigious publishing house, where he is soon tasked with revising a salacious pot of mysterious author. The book is full of anti-Communist propaganda, aimed at …

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Obituary: Carole Ann LaPlante – Portland Press Herald

Carole Ann LaPlante PORTLAND – Carole Ann LaPlante passed peacefully to Spirit on June 28, 2021, comforted by the love and support of her family. Carole was born on August 17, 1943 in Portland, where she lived and worked most of her life. Carole attended Portland schools and graduated from …

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Did the filming of Billy Jurges lead to Babe Ruth’s “shot”?

Babe Ruth’s “called stroke” in the 1932 World Series at Wrigley Field might not have happened if it had not been for another unscheduled move. This photo is the subject of a new book by Aurora native Jack Bales, “The Chicago Cub Shot for Love: A Showgirl’s Crime of Passion …

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Slightly higher MSE index

Slightly higher MSE index

The MSE Equity Total Return index made a marginal gain, closing up 0.05% at 8,040.399 points. A total of 13 stocks were active, where winners and losers totaled five per coin. The total weekly turnover has more than tripled, reaching 0.9 million euros, generated from 78 transactions. In the banking …

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Belgrade microburst damage – NECN

Persistent storm damage causes small vacation hiccups in a town in Maine. On Wednesday evening, residents of Belgrade, a town just north of Augusta and southwest of Waterville, found themselves in the middle of a microburst. According to the National Weather Service, the storm had winds that reached 90 miles …

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YWCA Central Mass. completes $ 24 million renovation; Linda Caviaoli Deborah Hall Worcester

WORCESTER – There is a new reception, an enlarged outdoor play area, a refreshed swimming pool with new murals and an updated surface, a fitness center with new equipment, additional refreshed girls rooms in the dormitory and more. The YWCA received a $ 24 million makeover. After a year of …

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Is “The War of Tomorrow” based on a book?

The war of tomorrow, which hit Amazon Prime Video on July 2, tells the story of a future battle between humans and a terrifying alien species. The story feels like it could have been ripped from the pages of an enthralling science fiction novel. But is the new movie based …

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Postcard from Portugal: the beach we call home

Maria, her baskets full of donuts and with a tissue to wipe her forehead, checks to see if I know where my teenage son is. I don’t know but I know she does. This is because the Brazilian, who happily hammers the sand of the Algarve all summer long by …

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County Donates Aquatic Center Passes | Local News I Racine County Eye

RACINE COUNTY – Racine County is offering hundreds of free passes to the SC Johnson Community Aquatic Center to encourage local youth and families to swim in a safe, family-friendly environment. Individual Daily Passes valued at $ 2,500, which includes 800 individual passes for youth (ages 3 to 17) and …

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Serious injuries reported as Belgrade cleans itself from destructive ‘microburst’ storm

BELGRADE – A woman was seriously injured in Wednesday’s destructive storm when a tree crashed into the car she was in, illustrating the intense damage being felt in this picturesque lakeside community from a system that the National Weather Service later referred to it as a “microburst”. A day after …

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Exxon Sting reveals senators’ black book

A sting from Greenpeace prompted an Exxon lobbyist to reveal the names of 11 senators he said were crucial to the supermajor’s lobbying efforts. The names include both Republicans and Democrats, including Senator Joe Manchin, who represents gas-producing West Virginia and is chairman of the energy and natural resources committee, …

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Thunderstorms Cut Trees, Power Lines, Leave Thousands of Mainers Without Power

BELGRADE, Maine (WMTW) – Strong to severe thunderstorms that swept through Maine on Wednesday left thousands of Mainers without power. The National Meteorological Service announced that it would conduct a storm damage survey in Belgrade. Strong winds uprooted many trees across the city, damaging homes and blocking roads in the …

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EU Green Agenda for Western Balkans contains risky geopolitical agenda – Carnegie Europe

At a recent Clingendael Institute event, Stine Rasmussen, Policy Officer at the Directorate-General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA), said she was “not very worried about China “as a threat to the European Commission’s green agenda for the Western Balkans. It should be. Allison Carragher Allison Carragher is a Visiting Fellow …

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Waterville school forum postponed after storm damaged property of key official

Waterville School Facilities Devastation Director Doug Frame’s homestead in Belgrade from Wednesday’s destructive storm forced the postponement of a public forum scheduled for Thursday evening on school building plans, the superintendent said. The forum was scheduled to discuss a controversial proposal to build an addition of $ 6.12 million to …

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‘Crazy’ wind and rain damaged houses all over Belgrade

After heavy rains and high winds rocked communities on Wednesday afternoon, Belgrade residents described the scene in one of the hardest hit towns. ” We are back [and] saw the sun come out and we saw… trees everywhere, it was crazy, ”said Laura Richter, a resident. Richter sat on her …

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Lawsuit fights to stop sale of Central Maine Boy Scout Camp

BELGRADE, Maine (WABI) – There is an ongoing fight to keep a central Maine scout camp – a central Maine scout camp. The Maine attorney general has filed a lawsuit against the Pine Tree Council of Boy Scouts of America to prevent them from selling Camp Bomazeen to help get …

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Belgrade Marina is not eligible for additional permit, according to legal opinion

Shawn grant The lot may not be large enough to grant a shoreline zoning permit, leaving the Belgrade businessman’s attempt to comply with a consent order pending. The town planning council discussed the answers provided in a note from City Attorney Michael Hodgins about Grant’s application for a shoreline zoning …

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Thunderstorms cut down trees, power lines, and leave thousands of Mainers without power

Strong to severe thunderstorms that moved across Maine on Wednesday left thousands of Mainers without power. The National Weather Service announced that they would conduct a storm damage survey in Belgrade. Strong winds uprooted many trees across the city, damaging homes and blocking roads in the Kennebec County community. In …

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New figures show efforts by Everards Brewery to support its pubs during lockdown

New figures show how far the Everards family brewery has had to go to support its pub estate during the pandemic. The latest accounts show the company saw its turnover of £ 30million in 2019 fall by 38% in the year through September 30, 2020. Everards also reported an operating …

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