Monthly Archives: September 2021

Patrick McDowell, man charged with murder of Nassau County MP, sentenced to jail

NASSAU COUNTY, FL – The man accused of killing Nassau County MP Joshua Moyers, who was shot dead during a traffic stop, was held in the Nassau County jail and detention center on Thursday evening. According to the detention center’s website, Patrick McDowell was incarcerated just after 6:30 p.m. He …

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The Ramkota Hotel Presents: Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story This Month at Ford Wyoming Center

The Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa has become a sanctuary of the loss of innocence for rock ‘n’ roll fans, the place where the first rockers my holly mate, Ritchie Valens and JP ”The big bopper”Richardson gave his last performances on February 2, 1959, just before he died in …

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Healthcare workers must demand face masks that are better for the environment

Healthcare workers care for patients, not the planet. (Marcio Jose Sanchez | AP photo) In this photo from April 30, 2020, a person wearing a mask walks past a recently painted fresco with a depiction of the famous “American Gothic” painting by artist Grant Wood, but with the subjects wearing …

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The original M16 manual was a Vietnam War comic

The introduction of the M16 as the standard infantry rifle for the US military was meant to be a revolution. After spending a few years with the bulky M14, the American soldiers would carry a new light rifle with a larger capacity magazine and lighter ammunition that was just as …

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Dalata Hotel Group to Offer New Career Opportunities | Item

Dalata Hotel Group has announced new career opportunities at its Maldron and Clayton hotels. The group has more than 45 hotels in Ireland and the United Kingdom in prime locations, with 11 new constructions in the pipeline, also generating significant employment opportunities and growth. The new positions come as the …

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Lessons from a decentralized state

In 2016, four organizations – the Michigan Community College Association, the Michigan Association of State Universities, the Michigan Independent Colleges and Universities, and the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers – joined together to form the Michigan Transfer Steering Committee with a focus on increasing the attainment of …

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Expert advises when to book vacation flights

Good news for vacationers: domestic airfares are generally low. But the agreements will not last. Here’s what to look for. Good news for vacationers: domestic airfares are generally low. “You’re very likely to be able to land a really good deal on Thanksgiving,” said Willis Orlando, flight expert at Scott’s …

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Review of Gloucestershire business meetings: September 2021 –

GFirst LEP is undergoing changes, appointing four new board members – following the appointment of Ruth Dooley as new president. Key appointments at Gloucestershire companies showed no signs of slowing down in September 2021. New board members have been appointed for GFirst LEP, a new managing director has joined Cheltenham …

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Puppy Plunge returns to the YMCA – Beaufort, SC The Island News

From staff reports Well behaved dogs of all breeds and sizes are welcome at the YMCA Puppy Plunge starting October 23, 2021 – 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. – at the Y Outdoor Pool at 1801 Richmond Avenue, Port Royal. The cost is $ 10 per puppy and all proceeds …

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Boba Fett’s book premieres December 29 on Disney +

Disney + // SEPTEMBER 29, 2021 Take a first look at the series’ key art ahead of its debut later this year. Disney + today announced that Boba Fett’s book – new Lucasfilm series teased in surprise ending credit streak following Season 2 finale of The Mandalorian – will be …

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