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Kaua’i boys come home to collect goods

LIHU’E – Among the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center team working Friday at the Kaua’i Resource Center were two Kaua’i boys – Bryce Kaohelauli’i from Kekaha and Flor Jay Yago from Hanapepe. “A few of my regular guys are injured,” said ARC team leader David Chung. “These guys had to …

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Bay Area sees shortage of therapists as California reopens after COVID-19 pandemic

SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) – As the state reopens and people return to their normal lives, the need for mental health supports increases. Experts say there is a shortage of behavioral health professionals in the Bay Area, but there are still ways for you to find help. It’s summer in …

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Jack Grealish enjoys his role as chief designer

BURTON-UPON-TRENT, England – Jack Grealish arrives at the St. George’s Park media center nearly an hour late for his designated duties, but with good reason. “I just woke up,” he told reporters as he sat down with a smoothie in his hand. “I take an afternoon nap every day. I’m …

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Transcript: Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Scrivani make press available to media to discuss heat advisory

June 30, 2021 Mayor Bill de Blasio: Good afternoon, everyone. I wanted to urgently tell all New Yorkers that we are in a heat emergency right now and we need people to take immediate action. I just hung up with Matt Ketschke, the president of Con Edison of New York. …

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2 adults, 1 child killed after train crash in Chicago

CHICAGO (AP) – Two adults and a child were killed after a Metra train struck their vehicle in Chicago on Sunday, officials said. A northbound train into the city struck a vehicle just after 5 p.m. in the city’s far south and pushed it for half a mile before coming …

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UK Students Want Tuition Fee Reimbursed As They Face Third Year Online | The universities

Students face a third consecutive year of e-learning, after a Observer the analysis suggested that most universities plan to offer a mix of in-person seminars and online lectures when school starts this fall. This has sparked new calls for students to be reimbursed for at least a portion of the …

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Where to spend a holiday in the “old normal” without restriction

Another week, another update to our precious holiday traffic lights. On Thursday, the government revealed that Malta would be added to its travel green list, meaning quarantine was no longer a requirement for the return of Britons, while the Balearic Islands and Madeira – and some Caribbean islands – would …

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Good Weather Welcomes Beverly-Waterford Homecoming | News, Sports, Jobs

Elliot Mayle, 1, of Malta, is building his confidence at the Beverly-Waterford Homecoming Children’s Zoo in Dodge Park on Thursday. (Photo by Janelle Patterson) Washington County Sheriff’s Deputy Kevin Hornbeck plays wrestling with Reid Jenks ahead of the return parade kick off in Beverly Waterford on Thursday. (Photo by Janelle …

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Why gymnastics teams were downsized for the Tokyo Olympics in 2021

U.S. national gymnastics teams face more difficult roster decisions than usual ahead of the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. This is because the Olympic gymnastics rosters are contracting for the third time in the last four Olympics. As a result, only four men and four women will qualify for the team …

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The normal advice extends to alfresco dining; Amends Reece’s Contract For A Salary Increase – CIProud.com

The normal advice extends to alfresco dining; amends Reece’s contract for a raise New / 40 minutes ago Video Former Bloomington Mayor Renner plans to run at Illinois House New / 41 minutes ago Video Cleanup of Ingersoll Scout Reserve begins after weekend storms; No one is hurt New / …

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