Monthly Archives: May 2022

Red Cross helps 6 people affected by multi-unit fire in Miami

Late last night, local volunteer members of the American Red Cross Disaster Action Team, Greater Miami and Keys Chapter, responded to a multi-unit fire on SW 155e To research,. The trained disaster team helped coordinate emergency assistance to six (6) people affected by the fire. The Red Cross is providing …

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DVIDS – News – EXERCISE EXERCISE EXERCISE! Fort Bragg is preparing for the next hurricane season

FORT BRAGG, NC – The Fort Bragg Emergency Operations Center was activated at 8 a.m. May 10 as part of a planned tabletop exercise in preparation for the upcoming hurricane season. These drills are designed to test emergency operating procedures and involve organizations throughout the facility. “It’s important that we …

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Debit raises £2.5m to offer easy loans and a business credit card to UK startups

Dynamic funding platform for start-ups Debite has set foot in the UK with a £2.5m pre-seed funding round. The investment is a mix of equity and debt funding from both venture capitalists and fintech angel investors. The round was backed by PlatformXit, the co-founder of e-wallet company Papara, and QNBEYOND …

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Intrepid celebrates first in-person Memorial Day in three years with Governor Hochul and Mayor Adams showing unity

Memorial Day services returned to Hell’s Kitchen at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum as the first in-person commemoration in three years wrapped up Fleet Week in New York on Monday. Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy Hochul at the Intrepid Museum on Memorial Day. Photo: Erika Kapin Governor …

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The Taekwondo Humanitarian Foundation signs a cooperation agreement with THF Asia

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Closure: Peruvian natives bury the remains of dozens of people massacred in 1985

ACCOMARCA, Peru – Hundreds of people have gathered in this small Andean village for the burial of the remains of 50 victims of a brutal massacre by Peruvian soldiers in 1985. For a day and a half before the May 20 funeral, relatives watched around dozens of ossuaries in the …

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Russia and China block UN statement on humanitarian crisis in Myanmar

China and Russia blocked the UN Security Council from issuing a statement on Friday expressing concern over the violence and gravity of the humanitarian situation in Myanmar and the limited progress in implementing a plan to restore peace in the strife-torn Southeast Asian nation, diplomats said Friday night. …

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Free legal services from Hurricane Ida extend to Edgard – L’Observateur

EDGARD – Through an agreement with St. John the Baptist Parish, Southeast Louisiana Legal Services is providing free, income-based legal services to Hurricane Ida victims who otherwise could not afford to hire a lawyer. Services are offered on the East Rim from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Tuesday at …

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Goodbye Cannes and Kevin Spacey charged – Deadline

Afternoon insiders, this is Max Goldbart. Cannes is winding down and we have the latest from the Croisette, plus plenty more in this week’s deep dive. Continue reading. Goodbye Cannes Cautious optimism: Diana Lodderhose here, back with week two of our Cannes roundup. For most, this year’s festival will be …

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Apostle David Bednar asked about declining growth of LDS, same-sex marriage, “Under the Banner”

After his 30 minutes Thursday speech at the National Press Club In Washington, Latter-day Saint Apostle David Bednar addressed a tally of questions about declining membership growth in the Utah-based church, LGBTQ issues, women leaders and faith representation in recent popular media, including the current FX/Hulu series “Under the Sky …

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Top 10 Beaumont | Schools

Beaumont High School announces its top 10 graduates, based on their ranking as submitted on May 20. Positions may change until graduation on June 2, as final grades are taken into account. Taryn Thomas 1Taryn Thomas Beaumont valedictorian Taryn Thomas served as the high school’s representative to the school board …

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Pakistan condemns conviction of Yasin Malik by Indian court in terrorism financing case

Islamabad: Pakistan on Wednesday condemned the conviction of Kashmiri separatist leader Yasin Malik by an Indian court in a terrorist financing case, saying Islamabad will continue to provide all possible support to Kashmiris. A Delhi court on Wednesday handed down a life sentence to Malik, one of Jammu and Kashmir’s …

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Wherever there is war or armed conflict, civilians are always caught in the crossfire: UK statement to UN Security Council

Thank you very much, Madam President, and thank you again for bringing us together today on this crucial issue. And, we are very grateful to our rapporteurs – it was very good to hear their views on the really practical and impactful steps that this Council, but also other Member …

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36th class of Yeager Scholars announced at Marshall University | News

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Welcoming the determination of the international community to combat global food insecurity

Good morning, Mr. President, Excellencies. I would like to begin by congratulating Lebanon, and in particular Her Excellency the Permanent Representative of Lebanon, for her leadership on this resolution and on the crucial issue of food security. The United Kingdom welcomes the adoption of this resolution by consensus as a …

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Lujan Grisham: Federal authorities responsible for wildfire damage

Smoke from the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak Fire rises to join the clouds behind an old church in Llano, near Peñasco, on May 18. The Hermits Peak Fire started as a prescribed burn. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) SANTA FE — Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said Monday the federal government faces significant legal …

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Sean McVay still high on Tutu Atwell: ‘He looked really good’

Most Los Angeles Rams fans have set their expectations for Tutu Atwell low this year. After a disappointing rookie season in which he caught no passes and played just 10 offensive snaps, the former second-round pick failed to impress the freshman. As 2022 approaches, he’s still buried on the depth …

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154 health workers die, 373 health facilities attacked worldwide in 2022 -Official

On the occasion of the 75th edition of the World Health Assembly (WHA75) officially launched on Sunday in Geneva, Switzerland, the World Health Organization (WHO) said a total of 154 healthcare workers died in less than five months in 2022. Indeed, the global health body also revealed that a total …

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Ukrainian student from Mizzou celebrates Russia’s departure from Kharkiv

The Russian army has left its hometown of Kharkiv; Sweden and Finland have applied to join NATO; and Thursday was International Vyshyvanka Day. Ukrainian University of Missouri student Vlad Sazhen wore a vyshyvanka, a traditional Ukrainian embroidered shirt, on Thursday to celebrate. He spoke at Galena Residence Hall at MU. …

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Editorial: Make the NM ravaged by fire

The federal response to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s request for disaster relief following the massive fire that engulfed northern New Mexico can only be described as adequate. President Joe Biden pledged last week that New Mexicans would have the full support of the federal government as it recovers and rebuilds …

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William W. Conde, III, 80, of Henderson Harbor

William W. Conde, III, affectionately known as “Sandy”, died in Henderson Harbor on May 18, 2022.(Source: Funeral Home) HENDERSON HARBOR, New York (WWNY) – William W. Conde, III, affectionately known as “Sandy,” died in Henderson Harbor on May 18, 2022. Born February 18, 1942, he was 80 years old. Sandy …

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Naval convoys an option to enforce the blockade on Ukrainian grain

An international task force under UN protection should be used to gain access to Ukraine’s grain stores and prevent a global food crisis as the conflict with Russia continues. To prevent escalating food prices “becoming the trigger for social unrest in several places”, a humanitarian food corridor should be created …

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Ukraine. What rights does international law give prisoners of war?

Placeholder while loading article actions Combatants captured by enemy forces during a conflict are protected by international law. As prisoners of war, they enjoy certain privileges, including humane treatment, medical care and rapid return to their home country at the end of a conflict. As Russia’s war in Ukraine continues, …

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National Guard to help with northeast Minnesota floods

ST. PAUL (AP) — Minnesota Governor Tim Walz activated the National Guard on Thursday to help control record flooding in areas of northeastern Minnesota. Emergency management officials in St. Louis and Koochiching counties have asked for help dealing with flooding caused by heavy spring rains and rapid snowmelt across the …

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Ukraine-Russia War News: Live Updates

LONDON — After sanctions hampered production at its Kaliningrad assembly plant, Russian automaker Avtotor has announced a lottery for free 10-acre plots of land — and the chance to buy seed potatoes – so that employees can grow their own food in the westernmost fringe of the Russian Empire during …

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Fall of Mariupol imminent; Russian soldier pleads guilty

A Russian sergeant pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Ukraine’s first war crimes trial to shooting and killing an unarmed civilian in the northeast region of Sumy four days after the invasion began. Vadim Shishimarin, 21, could be sentenced to life in prison for shooting the 62-year-old Ukrainian. Shishimarin was among …

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Pamplin Media Group – Pacific Power Announces Grants to Support Community Health

Funding helps organizations deliver essential programs for vulnerable families, youth and communities Across Oregon, Washington, and California, community safety and well-being often begins with some of the hardest working organizations, those focused on delivering services and programs that provide food and shelter. accessible health care and mental health support, and …

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Dozens Injured in Israeli Police Attack on Palestinian Funeral | News from Jerusalem

Walid al-Sharif’s funeral was attacked just days after an Israeli attack on the funeral of journalist Shireen Abu Akleh. More than 70 Palestinians were injured after Israeli police fired tear gas canisters and rubber bullets during a funeral procession for a young Palestinian man who died of wounds sustained at …

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Ethiopia | Hunger Crisis – Flash Appeal №: MDRET027 – Operational Strategy – Ethiopia

CHRONOLOGY January 2022: The Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS) conducts an in-depth assessment following the worsening drought conditions in the Somali region and in the Borana and Moyale areas of the Oromia region. February 10, 2022: The Somali regional government submits a request to the ERCS appealing for support to …

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Houma-Thibodaux associations receive $100,000 in grants

Over $100,000 in grants were awarded to seven non-profit groups in Terrebonne and Lafourche. The money was granted by the Mother Teresa Women’s Giving Circle local organizations that have a direct impact on the lives of women, children and families. The Mother Teresa Women’s Giving Circle, part of the Catholic …

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Neighbors: His home is in Jacksonville, but his call to help those in need takes him around the world

“Ever since I was a young child, I just felt like God wanted me to go to places overseas, places that were tough, where people don’t normally choose to go,” said Smith. “I have visited around 80 different countries and all continents, including Antarctica. It took me all over the …

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International Day of Families: FG to empower 30 people in need – Humanitarian Minister

Minister Farouk As Nigeria and the rest of the world mark the International Day of Families 2022, Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Umar Farouq, said 30 families in need were to be empowered by the ministry. . The United Nations General Assembly, in its resolution …

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Be Prepared for the Storm – Part III | Community

By Glen Mulready Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Recovering from a disaster can be difficult and stressful. Most natural disasters happen unexpectedly and can have a significant impact on your mental and physical health. Fortunately, the State of Oklahoma has excellent disaster assistance resources. Knowing how to access them makes the recovery …

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Spurgeon Chapel AME Zion new pastor Rev. Erica N. Haigler

Spurgeon Chapel AME Zion Church invites the community to attend the morning service on May 15 in honor of its new pastor, Reverend Erica N. Haigler. The morning worship at 10:30 a.m. will feature church leader, Reverend Larry Brinson, Maryville District evangelical leader and meditative speaker, Reverend Dr. Richard M. …

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What to know about North Korea’s ‘explosive’ COVID-19 outbreak

NOTNorth Korea went public with its first “explosive” outbreak of COVID-19 on Friday, reporting six deaths and raising concerns about the hermit state’s defenses against the coronavirus after two years of claiming to have staved off infections. The state-run Korea Central News Agency (KCNA) reports that one of the six …

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Payday Now Explained Things You Should Know About Home Improvement Loans

Payday Now Explained Things You Should Know About Home Improvement Loans

Your home is most likely to be the largest investment you’ll ever make. Thus, keeping your home in good condition is crucial to preserving its value as well as creating a safe environment for your family and yourself. What happens if you want to tackle a home repair, maintenance, or renovation project …

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Millions of children at risk of malnutrition in the Sahel, warn aid agencies

International aid organizations warn of a growing hunger crisis in the central Sahel due to climate change, drought and insecurity. About four million children under the age of five – about a third of those in Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso – are at risk of acute malnutrition in the …

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Cycling UK’s new e-bike initiative offers free bike loans for up to three months

Cycling UK has launched a new program which encourages “the nation” to try e-bikes, offering free long-term loans and taster sessions across England. E-bikes encompass both e-bikes and e-tricycles. “Cycling made simple” is aimed primarily at those who wouldn’t normally consider cycling, in the hope that the lure of free …

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Best Bad Credit Loans Market For Fast Approval Easy Personal Loans

Loans for bad credit Glendale, CA –News Direct– Blue Ribbon Group Mutual money connects with the best loans without a credit check lenders and benefits from rapid and sustainable financing. Money Mutual is a friendly corner for anyone looking for extra money in emergency situations. Get your funds and enjoy, …

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Trend / Disaster Assistance: $40 Million Available for Farmers and Ranchers | News

Farmers and ranchers in Oregon who suffered financial losses due to various natural disasters in 2021 can apply for assistance from the Oregon Disaster Assistance Program (ODAP). In December 2021, the Oregon Legislature granted the ODA legal authority and $40 million to establish a disaster relief program. According to the …

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Russians ‘pushed back’ from Kharkiv as Washington steps up aid

Ukraine said on Wednesday it was pulling Russian troops away from Kharkiv, the country’s second city, but faced stiff resistance as Washington predicted Vladimir Putin was ready for a long war. With President Joe Biden warning that Ukraine will likely run out of funds within days to keep fighting, the …

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After the EU shuns Russia, will Moscow close the door on humanitarian aid to Syria? | Middle East | News and analysis of events in the Arab world | DW

As Russia’s war in Ukraine rages on, the EU has hosted the sixth international donors’ conference for war-torn Syria, with the bloc’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell warning that Syria must not be forgotten. “Now Ukraine is in the headlines. But don’t give up on Syria,” he said, pointing out …

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The easiest personal loans to get in 2022 – Forbes Advisor

Upstart has made its mark in the personal loan space due to its artificial intelligence and machine learning approach to qualifying borrowers. In fact, Upstart estimates that it was able to approve 27% more borrowers than it could under a traditional lending model. With competitive APRs, Upstart is not a …

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Gwyn Lewis appointed UN resident coordinator in Bangladesh

United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday appointed Irishman Gwyn Lewis as the UN Resident Coordinator in Bangladesh. With over 20 years of experience in international development, peacebuilding and humanitarian affairs, Gwyn Lewis previously served as Director of Affairs for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in …

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DVIDS – News – Bringing Hope to Tradewinds 2022: DoD and NFE Planning Ensures Western Hemisphere Prosperity

In a sea of ​​about 1,500 uniformed service members, civilians and contractors, one family wearing polo t-shirts with the name of a nonprofit organization stands out. While the polo shirts serve to differentiate non-profit representatives from the staff of the Tradewinds 22 exercise, when it comes to the exercise itself, …

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Community Events Calendar – Havre Daily News

Monday May 9 Le Havre Red Cross community blood drive, 11:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. pm, St. Jude Parish Center. Appointments are required. Call 800-RedCross or go online to http://redcrossblood.org . Montana Pilots Association North Central Hangar Monthly Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Terminal, Havre City-County Airport. Le Havre dog park monthly …

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Ukraine: UN chief condemns attack on school; welcomes new evacuees from Mariupol |

Bilohorivka is close to the government town of Severodonetsk, where heavy fighting was reported in the suburbs on Saturday. “This attack is another reminder that in this war, as in so many other conflicts, civilians pay the highest pricesaid spokesman Stéphane Dujarric in a statement on behalf of the UN …

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Governor Inaugurates IRCS Thalassemia Center at Paderu, Kakinada Retirement Home

Governor Biswa Bhusan Harichandan, who is also the President of Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS), AP State Branch, praised the services of IRCS especially during the pandemic. He took part in the celebrations of World Red Cross Day, which coincides with the birthday of Jean Henry Dunant, founder of the …

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DVIDS – News – A mother and daughter spend Mother’s Day aboard USNS Mercy (T-AH 19) during Pacific Partnership 2022

Ensign Gemelin Lozada and Chief Hospital Corpsman Melinda Canales are a mother-daughter duo currently embarked aboard the Military Sealift Command hospital ship USNS Mercy (T-AH 19), currently underway for Pacific Partnership 2022 (PP22). For Canales, who served 19 years in the US Navy, the PP22 could be his last full …

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At least 32 dead after massive explosion destroys hotel in Havana, Cuba

By Patrick Oppmann, Karol Suarez and Jorge Engels, CNN (CNN) – At least 32 people have died and 19 are still missing following Friday’s explosion at the Saratoga Hotel in Havana, Red Cross official Gloria Bonnin told the agency on Saturday. of Cuban press Prensa Latina. State-owned Gaviota, which runs …

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Ethiopia: Essential aid reaches Tigray region, but more needed

Journalists and media workers face “increasing politicization” of their work and threats to their freedom to simply do their job, which “are growing day by day”, the UN chief told occasion of World Press Freedom Day on Tuesday. The day highlights the essential work they do, holding those in power …

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Coffman engineers make communities safer with $100,000 donation

Picture Volunteerism and gifts reflect Coffman’s continued support of the American Red Cross mission Featured image for Coffman Engineers, Inc. Featured image for Coffman Engineers, Inc. SPOKANE, Wash., May 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Coffman Engineers, a nationally recognized multidisciplinary engineering consulting firm, is proud to announce a charitable contribution …

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Liberty County man and woman behind My Boyfriend’s Loans guilty of COVID aid fraud | USAO-EDTX

TEXARKANA, Texas — A Cleveland, Texas man and woman pleaded guilty to wire fraud offenses in the Eastern District of Texas, U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston announced today. Clifton Pape, 47, and Sally Jung, 59, each pleaded guilty to wire fraud violations before U.S. Magistrate Judge Caroline Craven. As part of …

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What happened on day 70 of the war in Ukraine

With Russia’s military still struggling, Western officials and traumatized residents of Ukraine are watching with heightened concern Russia’s VE Day holiday on May 9 – a celebration of the Soviet triumph over Nazi Germany. – fearing that President Vladimir V. Putin will exploit it as a grandiose event. step to …

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Red Cross seeks additional volunteers ahead of hurricane season

NEWS AT A GLANCE Atlantic hurricane season is fast approaching and the Red Cross is asking the public to step in and help. The organization wants more volunteers to help with disaster relief during the upcoming hurricane season. “Volunteers are at the heart of our mission, representing 90% of our …

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For business resilience, detect threats in real time

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and various stages of reopening occur, the threat landscape is growing significantly, which is compounded by global geopolitical issues such as the war between Russia and Ukraine. This perpetual state of volatility impacts how businesses operate and their ability to plan ahead to mitigate risk. …

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UN seeks international support for humanitarian action in Borno

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has urged the international community to support humanitarian action in Borno State, which is currently recovering from the insurgency. António Guterres made the call on Tuesday in Maiduguri as he wrapped up his visit to the state where he met with displaced people, repentant Boko-Haram …

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Samaritan’s Purse Develops Housing Estate for Mayfield Tornado Victims | Local News

MAYFIELD – International evangelical crisis response Samaritan’s Purse plans to build a housing estate in Mayfield to replace a number of homes that were destroyed by last December’s tornado. According to its website, Samaritan’s Purse is a “non-denominational evangelical Christian organization that provides spiritual and physical relief to suffering people …

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Russian bombardment of Mariupol after brief evacuation

The evacuation of the war-scarred Ukrainian city of Mariupol has begun, but Russian shelling apparently only briefly ceased. The commander of the Ukrainian National Guard brigade, Denys Shlega, said in a television interview on Sunday that the Russian bombardment of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol resumed immediately after the …

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Bright Minds Academy daycare in Hays is an SBA success story

Bright Minds Academy, 2106 Wheatland, is owned by Andrea and Nick Felder. (Courtesy picture) SBA WICHITA — Research shows that a high-quality early childhood education can provide a solid foundation for a lifetime of learning and success. Andrea and Nick Felder were the parents of twins with a third child …

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Why banks are canceling loans worth billions for the rich but threatening farmers with arrest for small defaults

Will poor farmers continue to be the beneficiaries? The High Court of Gujarat recently reprimanded the State Bank of India for not issuing a dues exemption certificate to a farmer due to pending dues of just believe it or not 37 paise (not Rs.) in his accounts! This should be …

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