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Here’s how much rain and wind are expected at the 49ers-Seahawks game

Sports // San Francisco 49ers September 18, 2022Updated: September 18, 2022 12:42 p.m. Rain and gusty winds are expected at Levi’s Stadium for the 49ers-Seahawks game. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Niners fans know Levi’s Stadium for its scorching temperatures and blinding sunshine, but Seattle-like weather is forecast for Sunday’s 49ers-Seahawks game. …

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Buffalo Grand Hotel fire caused $50 million in damage, owner says | Business premises

The arson attack that swept through the newly renovated banquet center of the former Buffalo Grand Hotel late last December caused more than $50.1 million in damage that hotel owner Harry Stinson said. he was trying to recover from his insurer. This tally reported by Stinson far exceeds the firefighters’ …

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Nearly $1 Million Donation Gives Rupert Pool Cover Boost | Local

RUPERT — A couple from Minidoka County have made their biggest donation ever to the city and the money will be used as the starting point to put a retractable cover over the city pool. Realtor Stan Buckley and his wife, Denice, donated a multi-family home in Boise to the …

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Book Smarts | Mount Airy News

July 25, 2022 Books available at checkout at the Mount Airy Public Library: Fiction Hidden Treasures – Michelle Adams When Women Were Dragons – Kelly Barnhill The Lesson in Illness – Clare Beams Cold Clay – Black Juneau Eleanor Dare’s Lost Book – Kimberly Brock Find Me – Alafair Burke …

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Kepler swimming pool receives a grant for its rehabilitation | News, Sports, Jobs

TIM WEIGHT/FOR THE EXPRESS The Kepler Community Pool children’s pool is pictured in the foreground of this photo. The large swimming pool is visible at the back. The pool complex recently received over $1 million in grants to rehabilitate the area. BELLEFONTE — The Kepler community …

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Chronicle: Long Journey Home: A Lucky Escape

The summer has been busy, and good. More and more, I realize how privileged and lucky I am. I live in a beautiful place in a state that so far has been less damaged by climate change than many others. I have a loving spouse and two dogs, more than …

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West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE SUNDAY: Labor Day Weekend Day 2

(Lincoln Park, photographed by Sally Mosher) Mainly from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendarhere is what is happening (and not) today: TRAFFIC ALERTS: No street works announced today; please let us know if you notice anything happening! CHURCHES WITH ONLINE SERVICES: We continue to list them – see today’s list …

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AZ Big Media Here are 5 last-minute getaway options in San Diego

Labor Day weekend calls for last-minute adventures, vacations, and warm-weather retreats. San Diego continues to be a top coastal destination for Arizonans looking to spend the last official weekend of summer before heading back to school. If you’re looking to get away from it all, here are five last-minute getaway …

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As communities struggle with outdoor pools, West Seneca agrees to reopen its municipal pool next year | Local News

On one of the hottest days of summer Monday, a crowd gathered at the West Seneca wading pool at Veterans Park. They weren’t there to cool off, but to get signatures on a petition asking the city council not to demolish the municipal swimming pool and to reopen it next …

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West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE SUNDAY: 17 notes!

(Echinacea, photographed by Arlene Rubin) Mainly from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendarhere is what is happening today: TRAFFIC ALERTS: Here is what SDOT programmed: While we are removing work platforms on the east span of the high deck, people accessing Terminal 102 will be redirected as a safety measure …

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West Seattle Blog… | Admiral Junction Funktion, Lowrider Block Party, Seattle Folklorico Festival and what else to know about your Saturday West of Seattle

(California Scrub-jay, photographed by Jerry Simmons) So many options for today, all around the peninsula! From the BMS West Seattle Events Calendarand other previews, here’s what’s on your Saturday: TRAFFIC ALERTS: Here is what SDOT announced for today: Expect minor traffic impacts on Harbor Island at SW Manning St and …

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Here’s what’s going on in Pahrump

FRIDAY AUGUST. 26 Randy Anderson Band at Pahrump Nugget Playing classic country and rock hits, the Randy Anderson Band is a Las Vegas staple heading to Pahrump! Opening for major bands and names over the years, and performing for charities around the world, Anderson’s voice has been heard across the …

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Summer chill! Splash pads, sprinkler parks and spray pads

With less than six weeks until the official start of fall and less than that before the start of the school year, it’s time to squeeze out the last bit of summer vacation fun. And nothing offers a dose of excitement and a break from the heat for the little …

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Annual paws in the pool |

The 16th Annual Paws in the Pool brought dogs and their owners to Franklin Pool on Sunday, August 21, 2022. From 2-4 p.m., four-legged swimmers and humans came to Franklin Pool, 2101 Tieton Drive, to cool off in the water on the last day of summer operations. The annual event …

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Joy is on the way – Girlfriends in God – August 19, 2022

August 19, 2022joy is on the wayJoanna Teigen The truth today The Lord is my shepherd, I lack nothing. He guides me in the right paths because of his name (Psalm 23:1,3 NIV). friend to friend Every morning on my way to work, my mother would drop me off …

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West Seattle Blog… | From Thrift Shop Day to Jazz Night, 15+ options for your West Seattle Wednesday

(Photo of Lincoln Park by Theresa Arbow-O’Connor) Here’s what’s happening in West Seattle in the (very hot) hours ahead: BLOCKS FROM TODAY’S BLOCK: Until 6 p.m., DIY cleaning materials are available at the Arbor Heights Elementary School (3700 block of Beach Drive SW). DAYSTAR RETIREMENT VILLAGE JOB FAIR: Now until …

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Butterfly, Nebraska 2020

Papillion is a small town located in Sarpy County in the US state of Nebraska. The city is part of the Omaha metropolitan area. One of Papillion’s most notable features is its parks and recreation system. Within ten miles, one can stumble upon 23 distinct parks. Geography and climate of …

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West Seattle Blog… | From Alki Beach Pride to South Delridge Farmers Market, 18 events around West Seattle and surrounding areas for your Saturday

(Great Blue Heron, photographed in Lincoln Park by David Dimmit) Mainly from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendarhere is what is happening on this Saturday in mid-August: TRAFFIC ALERTS: Here is what SDOT announced for today: We will be working in South Delridge at 16th Ave SW and SW Cambridge …

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City of Toronto to raise wages for aquatic staff in response to labor shortage

According to a CBC report, the city of Toronto has decided to increase the salaries of aquatic staff due to the lack of qualified lifeguards citywide According to a report by Radio CanadaThe City of Toronto has decided to raise salaries for its aquatic staff positions due to the lack …

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Ellsworth’s Knowlton Park Splash Pad is temporarily closed on Monday, August 8

The Town of Ellsworth has announced that the Knowlton Park Splash Pad will be temporarily closed on Monday, August 8 for deep cleaning. After record temperatures and intense use thanks to the heat wave, this is a good opportunity for City staff to thoroughly clean the paddling pool to ensure …

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West Seattle Blog… | Here’s what happens (and doesn’t) on your Sunday in West Seattle

(Photo by Gary Pro) Mainly from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendarhere is what is happening today: TRAFFIC ALERTS: Here’s what SDOT did today:-16th/Cambridge, working on updating curb bulbs and curb railings.8 a.m. to 5 p.m.-Olson/Roxbury, cleaning of parking strips and medians at 6:04 a.m., planning to “start on Olson …

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Stepping into the future of smart communities

Subscribe to our Telegram channel for the latest stories and updates. Smart communities are those that consciously decide to take a different approach to the future. They understand that contemporary urban and rural problems cannot be solved with outdated methods and technologies of the past. New technologies and data will …

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Blame COVID-19 for lifeguard shortages that limit pool hours

Breadcrumb Links Local News The pandemic has closed swimming pools, and therefore the courses lifeguards must take for certification A lifeguard at Kits Pool, which had to limit access to its massive saltwater pool over the weekend due to a lack of lifeguards. Photo by NICK PROCAYLO /PNG Content of …

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How to Lower Chlorine in a Swimming Pool: 5 Natural Methods to Try

Join our newsletter Get the best home decor ideas, DIY tips and project ideas straight to your inbox! Thank you for registering with Realhomes. You will receive a verification email shortly. There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again. By submitting your information, you agree to the …

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4 Long Island Bed and Breakfasts for the Perfect Summer Getaway

If you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a night or two in a bed and breakfast tends to create a cozier, more intimate experience. Here are four Long Island options that offer both local getaways and easy access to some of Long Island’s unique places to dine, shop and play: …

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Seattle Parks and Recreation Heat Wave Resources

See Seattle Alert for the latest heat advisory updates and resources, as well as thermal safety information. Cooling centers Four community centers in Seattle are air-conditioned and will be open to serve as cooling centers starting July 26e until at least July 28e from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. each …

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Cooling stations are open today | News, Sports, Jobs

NASHUA — With temperatures this weekend expected to be near record highs, local health officials are urging local residents to exercise caution in the heat. The high temperature for Saturday is forecast at 97 degrees, with the high forecast for Sunday for 98. The lows are …

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Magnuson Park wading pool reopens after bonfire damage requires $10,000 in repairs

By Seattle Times Staff Reporter Summer has finally arrived at the Magnuson Park Wading Pool. The pool reopened Thursday after several illegal bonfires caused damage that required about $10,000 in repairs, according to the Parks Department. The other 19 wading pools in the city each opened for the summer splash …

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New facilities provide outdoor opportunities for all

While summer can never be long enough in Winnipeg, we sure know how to get out and enjoy it while it’s here. And I’m glad to see that residents of West Winnipeg have made good use of the new recreational facilities the city has invested in over the past few …

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The Bar Harbor Parks and Recreation Committee discusses the future of the Glen Mary Wading Pool tonight July 18 6pm

The Bar Harbor Parks and Recreation Committee will meet onsite at the Glen Mary Wading Pool in Bar Harbor tonight July 18 at 6pm to discuss the future of the popular wading pool which doubles as a winter skating rink! On May 2, we announced the decision to keep the …

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West Seattle Blog… | Day 2 of Summer Fest and more for your Saturday in West Seattle

The biggest day of the first West Seattle Summer Festival since 2019 at the top of the list for today: Our Friday coverage is here and here. Today’s festival hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (music until 10 p.m.); we’ll be back at the Info Booth (California/Alaska), where you …

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City-wide crackdown on illegal license plates underway | The Riverdale Press

By Gary Larkin Mayor Eric Adams and members of the New York City 2022 Vehicle License Plate Task Force announced July 5 that they have begun a crackdown on illegal or obstructed license plates. As of July 3, the first checkpoint had produced 16,448 tickets, 1,700 vehicles towed and 2,478 …

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Keep Robert A. Lee Pool Open

The pool at the Robert A. Lee Recreation Center in Iowa City, Iowa on Friday, June 24, 2022. The City of Iowa City is considering a plan that would see the downtown recreation center pool closed and expanded other aquatic facilities. (Nick Rohlman/The Gazette) Dear members of the Iowa Parks …

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New Canaan Now and Then: Mead Park

Near the Park Street entrance looking north California. 1930s photo of Mead Park courtesy of New Canaan Museum & Historical Society. On April 12, 1915, Florence Heath Mead, wife of Benjamin P. Mead, donated “18 acres, more …

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Rowan County Sheriff shares tips for a fun and safe Independence Day – Reuters

Rowan County Sheriff offers tips for a safe and fun 4th of July ROWAN COUNTY – The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office has issued a series of reminders for community members on how to keep their vacation weekend “happy, enjoyable and safe for everyone.” Sheriff Kevin Auten reminded Rowan County residents …

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Summer fun can also be dangerous. Triad experts share stories and advice on the dangers of summer. | Local

GREENSBORO — Of course, children should be outdoors and accidents happen under the best of circumstances, but many are preventable. Accidents may not happen every time a child rides a mountain bike or rides a bike without a helmet, but they do happen, said Leigha Jordan of Safe Kids Guilford, …

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Changes to Old Park Wood holiday park after boy tragically drowns

SIGNIFICANT changes have been made to a holiday park after a boy tragically drowned in a swimming pool, a court has heard. Luca Hurle died after struggling while swimming in a trailer park near Grange owned by Holker Estates. He was four years old. The company was fined £127,500 by …

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West Seattle Blog… | WEST SEATTLE SUNDAY: Here’s what’s going on

(Friday Night Photo by Theresa Arbow-O’Connor) Here’s what awaits you for your scorching Sunday: WORK REMINDERS: SDOT plans to complete construction of the curb ramps in Dumar/Orchard: “This work will include pouring concrete and paving the road in front of the curb ramp. We plan to start as early as …

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What Financial Advisors Say Investors Ask

goodluz / Shutterstock.com It’s a scary time to have money in the stock market – more so than usual. And that’s reflected in the questions Americans ask their financial advisors. The 2022 Investing Trends Survey from the Journal of Financial Planning and the Financial Planning Association provides an overview of …

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The Billings Symphony Orchestra celebrates 50 years of Symphony in the Park on Sunday | Entertainment

The Billings Symphony returns to Pioneer Park for the 50th Annual Symphony in the Park on Sunday, June 26. Guests are welcome to bring their blankets, lawn chairs and picnics for an evening of world-class entertainment in Billings Garden. This free annual concert is part of Billings Symphony’s Explore Music! …

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Those were the days, my friend

The other night as our band made up Mutts of the Round Table by member in good standing Rick “Nash” Kalil— enjoyed a sumptuous Italian dinner at Billy Petepiece pad on island 17, talk, like he always does, go back to the good old days, or like Brian “The Cat” …

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How private money is helping shape the future of public pools

Simplified: Five pools in Sioux Falls will be renovated or replaced by 2026, and the first-ever donation from the new Sioux Falls Parks Foundation will launch a community survey that will help with the design. why is it important The Sioux Falls Parks Foundation donated $137,000 Towards the city. The …

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Move smartly East at Sierra Valley Gardens

It is a wise decision to invest in a home where modern comforts and conveniences are at your fingertips. If this is what you are looking for, look no further as RLC Residences recommends Sierra Valley Gardens as an investment in your new home. Convenience at your fingertips Sierra Valley …

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Bowers Pool in Washoe Valley reopens just in time for summer

WASHOE VALLEY, Nev. (KOLO) — Just in time for summer, Bowers Pool will reopen June 11 and feature new amenities. “We have done a new plaster over the entire pool, we have created a more shallow area in the shallow end for swimming lessons for our small children, we have …

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Summer Pool Temporary Opening Hours

The municipal swimming pool has set up temporary hours for the summer. The pool, at 861 Avenue B, is open 6 a.m. to 9 a.m., 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., and 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, as well as 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Friday for adult …

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11B Romney Road, Maryatville – Premium Property

This stunning home was designed with the highest level of sophistication and luxury in mind. Located in prestigious Maryatville, with every detail considered and carefully crafted. With a view of Northumberland Avenue, this home truly encompasses high-end luxury living. When you enter the impressive entrance hall, you are immediately seduced …

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Billings Bridge offers hope despite traffic

This interview originally appeared in the Spring/Summer 2022 issue of Ottawa magazine as part of a series on neighborhood planning called “15 Minutes to the Future”. Find more items in this package here. Claire Sales is the mother of two young children who love life near Bank Street. She says …

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Swan Park Lagoon Project kicks off | daily citizen

A beloved part of Swan Park is getting a makeover with new walls, lighting and elements added to the lagoons in the middle of the park. The project is expected to cost around $1 million when completed in July. Workers began tearing down the walls last week, Beaver Dam Mayor …

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Old pages from May 4 to 6, 2022

The Supreme Court and State Library building under construction in 1937. The fountain in front was donated to Carson City in 1909 and used to water animals at the intersection of Carson and King streets. By Sue Ballew Wednesday, May 4, 2022 Wednesday150 years agoBilly Wilson: The stagecoach of former …

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Escanaba City Council Considers Budget Cuts | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA — Thursday’s Escanaba City Council meeting promises to be well attended as residents raise concerns about proposed cuts to library funding and the future of the former Delta County Jail. The meeting agenda includes: BUDGET CUTS — The agenda includes the fourth of five scheduled public hearings …

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Jordan Dalah salutes

When Jordan Dalah was invited to open Australian Fashion Week in Sydney last year, more than a few people in the industry were surprised. It was four months before Woolmark announced her as a finalist for their 2022 international award and just four years after graduating from Central Saint Martins …

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West Seattle Blog… | Celebration of Life scheduled for February 5 for Gary W. Wofford, 1939-2021

Family and friends will gather on February 5 to celebrate the life of Gary Woffford. Here is the memory they share with the community: Gary W. Wofford, 82, died Nov. 3, 2021, at St. Clare’s Hospital in Lakewood, Washington, from pulmonary fibrosis. He was surrounded by his family. Gary was …

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A Celebration of Celebrities – OutVoices

By Megan OuateApril 2017 issue. Club Skirts presents The Dinah, an annual music festival and poolside party event, will once again take over Palm Springs for what is billed as the world’s biggest girl’s party. Marking its 27th year, the star-studded weekend will begin at the end of Women’s History …

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How to order upholstery and upholstery fabrics

When it comes to ordering soft furnishings and upholstery, from curtains to cushions, it’s easy to get sidetracked by design and aesthetics while neglecting the practicalities. Experts explain how to achieve both goals. Commissioning curtains Interior designer and fabric designer Susan Deliss added fabric trim to the leading edge and …

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“Poetic Taizhou with Four Seasons of Heat” Global Promotion Event

The four seasons in Taizhou are warm and poetic. In spring, there is green on the south bank of the Yangtze River and the scent of peaches and willows; in summer, there are 100 miles of riverbanks and 10,000 mu of lotus ponds; in autumn there are rice flowers everywhere …

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Albert Lea’s graduation ring finds its owner after 30 years | Archive

ALBERT LEA, Minnesota — A graduate of Albert Lea High School got her graduation ring back after 30 years apart on Monday. Sandi Wadding was stunned when she learned that a Prior Lake woman, Denise McBride, and her 16-year-old son, Titus Jacobson, had discovered the ring in her newly acquired …

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Ten horrible accidents on set in Hollywood

Pexels / cotonbro Trying to bring the action-packed scenes in Hollywood blockbusters and TV shows, several people have been injured and even killed while attempting to perform dangerous stunts. AceShowbiz – People find the movies and TV series magical with the dangerous and exciting stunts and all. While this is …

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Young stars photographed on set

The fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins sent shockwaves through the film industry. The 42-year-old Ukrainian native died on Thursday after being accidentally shot by Alec Baldwin, 63, with a prop gun the actor was using while filming their western movie, “Rust.” But Hutchins isn’t the first person to be …

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How can a prop gun used on a movie set be lethal?

A prop gun – a firearm filled with blanks and used in the film industry to imitate live ammunition – may seem harmless, but it can be dangerous and even deadly, as was the case on the set of the new movie Alec Baldwin’s “Rust” this week. The shots in …

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House U / Workshop 56S

© François Dantart + 24 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/970062/house-u-atelier-56s © François Dantart Text description provided by the architects. The site is located in an urban plot in Laval, France. The location of the house in the middle of the plot frees up the …

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NOTICE | STEVE STRAESSLE: On distractions

“Yes! Poolsville is open,” I shouted, reading an email on my phone. The news echoed through the hardwood floors in my kitchen. “Please don’t say that out loud anymore. It’s like you’re waiting for a merry-go-round in an amusement park,” my wife said, passing by without interrupting her stride. “This …

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Full esteem ahead // L’Observateur

Two summers ago I spent my days as a camp counselor, first at Notre Dame’s summer fellows program and then at my local church camp. During my stay at Notre Dame, I advised 14 high school girls. Only a few years younger than me, these girls were smart, funny, beautiful, …

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John Lewis launches new affordable clothing collection

Look: Where to Buy Affordable Wedding Guest Dresses Yahoo Life publishers are committed to independently selecting great products at great prices for you. We may receive a share of purchases made through the links on this page. Prices and availability are subject to change. John Lewis succeeds in his mission …

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Simpson enters race for Agriculture Commissioner

Speaker of the Florida SenateWilton simpson (TALLAHASSEE / September 3, 2021) –Senate Speaker Wilton Simpson, a wealthy Republican from Trilby whose businesses include a giant egg farm, filed documents Friday to run for the state’s agriculture commissioner next year. Simpson, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump in May, …

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Gymnasium of the Carpenters School / Urbane Kultur

Gymnasium of the Carpenters School / Urbane Kultur © Jean-Baptiste Dorner + 13 To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/967164/ecole-des-menuisiers-school-gymnasium-urbane-kultur © Jean-Baptiste Dorner © Jean-Baptiste Dorner Text description provided by the architects. The project develops a resolutely simple, sober and contemporary architecture. The building is made …

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5 best things to do in Slide Rock State Park

Sometimes a state park is full of so much natural beauty and offers so many best experiences that we think it should really be a national park. One of them is located in the Oak Creek Canyon in the Coconino National Forest in Sedona, Arizona. We have been to Slide …

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Wanda M. Hoiseth – Albert Lea Tribune

Wanda Hoiseth passed away on Wednesday August 4, 2021 at the age of 76. Visitations will be from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Monday, August 9, 2021 at Bayview Freeborn Funeral Home and one hour prior to the service on Tuesday. The memorial service will be held at 10:30 …

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Fall for Couture’s gravitational pull

PARIS – The Cannes Film Festival is in full swing on the red carpet; billionaires are back in Sun Valley; and in Paris – “It’s like a school reunion, isn’t it?” French fashion editor Carine Roitfeld said as she dragged her hair veil from her dark eyes and peeked at …

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Green Bedroom Ideas | Livingetc

Green bedroom ideas are perfect right now, as we all seek to foster a deeper connection with nature in our homes. And as our experts will say, what better way than to be tempted by a palette of magnificent greens? Suitable for any room of course, but especially perfect for …

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CESTAT removes central excise duties, penalties arising from the contract for the retail packaging of “baby and clinic diapers”, “sanitary napkins”

Through Taxscan team – June 22, 2021 7:02 am In the great relief given to Godrej, the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appeals Tribunal (CESTAT), Mumbai Bench removed central excise duties, penalties arising from a contract for l ‘retail packaging of’ baby and clinic diapers’ and ‘sanitary napkins’. The appellants, …

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Obituary of FRANCES CHAMBERLAIN (2020) – Boulder, CO

Frances Chamberlain died in Boulder, Colorado, at the home of family friend and honorary sister, Sally Lasater. Frances is predeceased by her husband, Marion F. Craig; parents Magdalene A. Flannery (William W. Flannery), Ernest Couloheras and J. Barclay Chamberlain; and his sister, Louise B. Jimenez. She is survived by her …

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Top 10 Best Outdoor Baby Toys 2021 – ADMET

1 3PC Girls Princess Tent with Kids Ball Pool, Kids Play Tents and Toddler Crawling Tunnel, Pink … $ 29.99 Buy on Amazon 2 Lydaz bubble mower for toddlers, lawn games for children’s bubble blowing machine, summer outdoor push toys, … $ 27.99 Buy on Amazon 3 SplashEZ 3-in-1 Splash …

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Redbank Valley High School Reports Fourth Quarter Honors | New

NEW BETHLEHEM – Redbank Valley High School has announced the top honors and honors lists for the fourth quarter of the 2020-2021 school year. The following students were awarded the honors: Joseph Brisson, Elaina Carrico, Marlee Carrier, Karsi Crawford, Noelle Gold, Jonas Gourley, Adelyn Hetrick, Emma Hetrick, Jennessa Kemp, Taylor …

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The Estes beginner rocket set I send to my niece

I’m sending my niece this awesome Estes rocket starter set. My nephew is the kind of guy who does an incredibly detailed job helping his sister build this rocket model. The niece, however, will shout ‘OH YEAH!’ like the Kool-Aide Man and find out how to propel his roller skates. …

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LCCTC class of 2021 graduates | Local News

The 2021 class of Lawrence County Career and Technical Center graduated on June 3 at New Castle High School’s Taggart Stadium. The Promotion Major was Emily Wynn and the Salvator was Gillian Blount. LCCTC graduates included: Brayden Alberico, Jyah Clark, Jacob Alfano, Brandon Allen, Brooklyn Altenburg, Rhianna Anderson, Zaryab Ansari, …

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The 5 best swimwear for every body type

Swimming is fun. Whether it’s dipping your toes in warm water, crashing into the waves or just wading through the water, there is something for all types of swimmers. However, the experience can easily be spoiled with an ill-fitting swimsuit. The key is to find the right swimsuit for your …

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