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  • Tina Hydro Gets The Green Light 21 Jun 2021 06:19 In a historic moment for the Solomon Islands, the Tina River Hydropower Development Project has overcome its last major hurdle before construction can finally commence on the much-anticipated SBD1.5 billion renewable energy project. It has been a long and …
  • New flexible train tickets on sale in England from today 21 Jun 2021 06:15 Train passengers in England can buy flexible season tickets from Monday as part of an overhaul of rail travel. The scheme offers savings on certain routes for people who travel two or three days a week. They are the first step in major reforms of the …
  • Rift in BJD: Two leaders held for casteist remark on Odisha MLA Bijay Sankar Das 21 Jun 2021 04:44 By Express News Service JAGATSINGHPUR: The intra-party rift in the district unit of BJD deepened further after police on Sunday arrested two local leaders of the ruling party for allegedly making casteist remarks against Tirtol MLA Bijay Sankar Das. The …
  • City Council meeting held June 14 21 Jun 2021 04:09 By Evalin Hester Some of the topics discussed at the monthly City Council meeting on Monday, June 14 were maintaining ditches and high weeds. Loren “Bubba” Rollo addressed issues with his ditch and all the high grass. Rollo stated that he had been …
  • Churches Are Challenged As Political Polarization Deepens 21 Jun 2021 03:22 Critical race theory is an academic legal framework which examines the systemic impact of racism in the United States. But "critical race theory," like "cancel culture" and "political correctness" before it, also functions as …
  • Covid-19: M'sian working as dental assistant among 11 new cases in S’pore on June 20 21 Jun 2021 02:40 SINGAPORE: A Malaysian woman who works as a dental assistant is among the 11 new Covid-19 cases reported on Sunday in Singapore, according to the republic's Ministry of Health (MOH). Labelled as Case 64347, the 22 year-old woman received her first dose …
  • UPDATE: Carjacking suspect dies after shootout with police in Kansas City, Kansas 21 Jun 2021 02:34 Police say a carjacking suspect who was shot by officers as he fled from police Sunday afternoon has died. Police say body cam footage shows the suspect fired at officers first and they returned fire, killing him. The shootout happened in the area of 18th …
  • Inflation Fears and Stock Market News 21 Jun 2021 02:17 Despite increased fears about inflation, the S&P 500 hits a new all-time high. Chewy (NYSE:CHWY), RH (NYSE:RH), and Marvell Technology (NASDAQ:MRVL) all post better first-quarter results than Wall Street was expecting. Dave & Buster's (NASDAQ: …
  • Cop's wife and 4-year-old step-daughter injured in overnight home invasion, shooting 20 Jun 2021 23:40 The officer confronted the home invader before the two exchanged gunfire. June 20, 2021, 1:03 PM • 5 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article The wife and 4-year-old step-daughter of a police officer have been injured during a home …
  • On the road? Save money and fuel up with mobile payment apps 20 Jun 2021 23:22 Summer is in full swing, and everyone wants to get on the road to visit their friends and family and return to their favorite places. If you're still driving a gasoline-based vehicle, that means fueling up at the pump. If you're like me, the idea …
  • Backlash over landmines campaign prompted the princess to delay return to Britain from Paris 20 Jun 2021 22:53 A Tory backlash against Princess Diana over her landmines campaign prompted her to make the fatal decision to delay returning to Britain before her death, a respected former aide has revealed. Diana's ex-driver and minder Colin Tebbutt said a row over …
  • Female constables allegedly bashed in weekend crime wave 20 Jun 2021 22:02 HEADLINES Cold wave hits FNQ on shortest day of year‘Systemic bullying’: Council responds to staff intimidation claimsHealth Minister reacts to workers’ criticism of $35m records systemBehind the scenes: What happens to your kerbside yellow bin wasteWhat …
  • Carjacking suspect shot by police in Kansas City, Kansas 20 Jun 2021 22:02 Police say a carjacking suspect was shot by an officer as he fled from officers in the area of 18th St. and Parallel Parkway in Kansas City, Kansas Saturday afternoon.KCKPD tells KMBC 9 a car matching the description of a vehicle stolen Thursday in Kansas …
  • University of Colorado Boulder study tracks ebb and flow of a mountain meadow 20 Jun 2021 20:29 It’s early June, and the wildflowers in Elk Meadow are just beginning to bloom. Many of the delicate yellow clusters of mountain parsley are still on the cusp of opening, only a few ready to show themselves to the world. A lone prairie bluebell provides a …
  • Northern Nevada landscaping and gardening: Hot, Hot, Hot! 20 Jun 2021 20:27 
Summer temperatures have arrived. Combined with what seems to be relentless wind and high desert sun, plants, including the grass, are drying out. How can we conserve water with the drought this year? If you can tolerate dry-looking grass, allow a …
  • Early Prime Day Deals 2021: Amazon Fire and Echo devices discounted 20 Jun 2021 19:28 Prime Day may not officially begin until tomorrow, June 21, but the great deals have already started on these devices. We’ve done the hard work and picked all the best Prime Day deals for you to check out — and below you’ll find some amazing deals on …
  • Haryana: Farmers try to block CM Khattar’s convoy in Panchkula, 75 detained 20 Jun 2021 19:05 MORE THAN 70 protesting farmers were detained on Sunday when they protested the arrival of Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar near Thapli in Morni Hills of Panchkula. All the farmer protesters were released late on Sunday evening. According to …
  • Chewy, Brie and the kids live in ‘Truman Show’ suburban Australia. And this is all they ever wanted 20 Jun 2021 18:50 Over the past month the ABC has been exploring the issues facing our nation — but one question remains, and it's the biggest of the lot. How do we feel about the future?  It is a dreary afternoon in suburban south-west Sydney.   Persistent rain pelts …
  • After 40 years, Eastover’s Mr. Bunky’s Market remains a bastion of Southern flavor, variety 20 Jun 2021 18:43 Hansel Carter arrived in Columbia in 1958 when his parents dropped him off and left him here. The fresh high school graduate from the mill town of Grand Falls came to work at a meat market. Later that first night, his brother, a police officer, picked him …
  • Cop’s wife and 4-year-old step-daughter injured in overnight home invasion, shooting after confrontation 20 Jun 2021 16:53 ABC News/KTRK (HOUSTON) — The wife and 4-year-old step-daughter of a police officer have been injured during a home invasion after the off-duty cop allegedly exchanged gunfire with the suspect in his own home. The incident occurred at approximately 2 a …
  • Female firefighter alleges captain left her crew in burning building in retaliation for complaints 20 Jun 2021 16:23 Click here for updates on this story     Female firefighter alleges captain left her crew in burning building in retaliation for complaints (Lincoln Journal Star) — A female Lincoln firefighter suing the department over alleged discrimination and …
  • 6 women rly employees heading for Olympics 20 Jun 2021 16:09 Six railway employees – five of them ticket checkers – from Mumbai qualify for women’s hockey team for Olympics. Chak De India! Next time when a woman TC asks for your ticket at the railway station or on the train, watch out; she could be an Olympian. Six …
  • Fire crew cycles 275 miles to 32 stations for mental health charity 20 Jun 2021 15:27 Fire and rescue staff spent 21 hours cycling between 32 fire stations, raising thousands of pounds for a mental health charity. Thirteen staff from Humberside Fire and Rescue Service (HFRS) cycled the 275 miles between all the different stations, riding …
  • Sunday Bulletin Board: How the barbershop quartet became a barbershop trio — or: A funny thing happened on the way to the gig! 20 Jun 2021 14:41 Accidents of mirth WALDO WINDMILL writes: “I sang in a barbershop quartet which performed on hundreds of shows in the Twin Cities area, as well as throughout the United States and Canada. Surprisingly, we missed only two scheduled appearances during that …
  • Downtown San Jose’s turn to shine has arrived: leaders, experts 20 Jun 2021 13:37 SAN JOSE — Downtown San Jose, buoyed by plans for a game-changing Google village, a gleaming new Adobe tower, and intense interest from two mega-developers, has arrived at the cusp of a dramatic transformation. The Bay Area’s largest city can now be a top- …
  • 100: Joshua Berman is a ‘tranquilo traveler’ 20 Jun 2021 11:48 Joshua Berman’s career as a writer has been anything but a 9-to-5 desk job. He’s tasted boa constrictor, climbed narrow mountain highways, sat in the back of a truck as he sped by volcanoes in Nicaragua, and blistered his feet on the Colorado Trail. Before …
  • Mina Hawk’s Quest For “Attainable Comfort” — And Great Reality TV 20 Jun 2021 11:44 Taking a break after a couple of hours of ripping a derelict Bates-Hendricks house apart, Good Bones star Mina Hawk shares some great news with a few of her castmates: Season 7 is happening. It’s official. Sitting on a tailgate in ripped black jeans and …
  • T.B. Joshua: There was a man I knew, by Femi Fani-Kayode 20 Jun 2021 11:12 There was a man I knew who helped a former Head of State’s wife gain access to her husband whilst the latter was in detention and when his life was in danger, even though he had never met him. There was a man I knew who gave $100,000 to a leading …
  • Mike and Corey Makowski continue the family legacy of firefighting in Marion 20 Jun 2021 10:56 For 52 years, there's always been a Makowski at the Marion City Fire Department. It started in 1965 when Dick Makowski began his career with the Marion City Fire Department. Through his time, he worked his way up the ranks to eventually become a field …
  • Test out next-gen space tech in Kerbal Space Program 20 Jun 2021 10:39 0 with 0 posters participating Most games lose relevance after a few years, but the indie rocket-building game Kerbal Space Program is a bit different. It’s a glitchy, 10-year-old underdog of a game with a cult following of programmers, engineers, …
  • Here’s everything you need to know about fuel 20 Jun 2021 09:42 Ignore the fancy names and look for the octane rating. Photo: James Coleman. It’s a little game we all play when we get behind the wheel, called “make the needle move as slowly as possible”. Because – let’s face it – none of us enjoys pulling into the …
  • Pune: Doctor cheated of Rs 36,000 through fake profile on matrimonial website 20 Jun 2021 08:55 A 36-year-old woman doctor was allegedly cheated of Rs 36,000 through a fake profile of another doctor settled abroad on a matrimonial website. Unidentified fraudsters asked for money from the woman on the pretext of customs clearance for gifts sent to her …
  • Capitol View gathering spot nears opening 20 Jun 2021 07:46 By next month, Little Rock's Capitol View area should have a new neighborhood gathering spot offering indoor and outdoor dining and a vegetable garden along with an adjacent artists' cooperative. The added bonus: solar-powered stations to charge …
  • Evelyn Rios Stafford 20 Jun 2021 07:45 When Washington County Justice of the Peace Evelyn Rios Stafford sat down to talk about transgender civil rights issues with Gov. Asa Hutchinson this past May, she didn’t quite know what to expect. “I told the governor at the beginning, ‘I just want to …
  • Father-Daughter love: The words of my father 20 Jun 2021 07:21 A father is a girl’s first love; a compass in a directionless world and the North Star while finding her footing in a big bad world. This Father’s Day, five women share the big lessons their father passed on to them:  Isis Nyong'o is a business leader …
  • A wrinkle to the origins of matter in the Milky Way 20 Jun 2021 05:58 New findings published this week in Physical Review Letters suggest that carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen cosmic rays travel through the galaxy toward Earth in a similar way, but, surprisingly, that iron arrives at Earth differently. Learning more about how …
  • Relatives anxious over whereabouts of newborn’s dad, two others arrested by ‘unknown’ soldiers 20 Jun 2021 04:42 OLAMIDE FRANCIS AND GODFREY GEORGE Published 20 June 2021 Three families in the Obot Akara and Essien Udim Local Government Areas of Akwa Ibom State are in distress over the whereabouts of Uduak Akpan, Lawrence Akpan and Friday Jackson, arrested at …
  • A Very Nice Rejection Letter review: Everyone convinced they have a book in them should read it 20 Jun 2021 04:32 A Very Nice Rejection Letter Chris Paling                                                                                         Constable £16.99 Rating: Everyone has a book in them, it is said, and, in the vast majority of cases, that’s exactly where it …
  • Review: HyperX ChargePlay Duo charging station keeps controllers in game 20 Jun 2021 03:00 Like it or not, the modern Xbox controllers have always run on AA batteries. It’s one of those quirks that Microsoft has kept on the products. The battery option gives players different ways to power the devices. They can keep buying AA Duracells, opt for …
  • 1,400 runners show up for Anchorage Mayor’s Marathon, along with a black bear that refused to share the trail 20 Jun 2021 02:59 Happy birthday to Mayor’s Marathon winners Megan Youngren and Benjamin Kopecky. And happy bear-day to the hundred-plus marathon runners — including Youngren — whose races were disrupted Saturday by a black bear that refused to cross the trail near the 13- …
  • Every year in the Kimberley they fight fire with fire, but is it doing the land more harm than good? 20 Jun 2021 02:59 Every year, 40 per cent of West Australia's massive Kimberley region burns. From the end of the wet season, incendiaries are dropped from helicopters to burn the tropical savanna in a bid to curtail fierce wildfires later in the season. Inbound …
  • Train crash tragedy foretold 20 Jun 2021 02:28 MEDIA is often slammed for focusing on far too many negative things but even if we were to ignore in the name of ‘positivity’ the governing PTI’s appalling conduct in the National Assembly and the unsavoury PML-N reaction it triggered, there is an issue …
  • Love for Living Animals: The Polite and Serene Saola 20 Jun 2021 00:46 ESSAY ~ Buddhist Monk The Saola, also called the Asian Unicorn, has existed for 18 million years since the ice age, but scientists only discovered it in 1992. It is ranked among the most spectacular findings of the 20th century. Despite this, the …
  • 35% of key field officers to be women in Bihar 20 Jun 2021 00:21 CM Nitish Kumar during a recent review of the schemes under ‘Atmanirbhar Bihar Ke Saat Nischay-2’ had asked the officials to ensure posting of women officers on 35% posts of field administration. (PTI photo)PATNA: In yet another move to empower women, the …
  • Murdered British mother Caroline Crouch 'died in agony', coroner's report claims  19 Jun 2021 23:37 Data taken from murdered British mother Caroline Crouch's smartwatch has revealed her pulse rocketed 50 per cent at 4.05am as her husband suffocated her with a pillow.   Babis Anagnostopoulos, 33, admitted killing 20-year-old Caroline in a fit of rage …
  • Grandma's Marathon notebook: Fast, early times hold up for Garry Bjorklund Half Marathon winners 19 Jun 2021 23:26 He felt like a winner, though. “It feels good for now,” he said with a wide smile. “Even if I finish second, I still feel like I won.” Because of the COVID-19 safety measures put in place, this year’s Bjorklund was chip-timed and featured a rolling start, …
  • Idaho’s Coach Pete Coulson “Probed” by Liberal Media 19 Jun 2021 21:13 Conservatives and Christians know the drill.  If you get on the radar of mainstream media, you’re going to receive a figurative colonoscopy.  A couple of weeks ago, Pete Coulson shared with me he had been offered a volunteer position by Lt. Governor Janice …
  • A community safe haven 19 Jun 2021 21:02 Dorothy Jackson-Johnson’s legacy includes street in her honor After a person passes away, you often hear people say positive things in remembrance like “they were a good person, or “they were truly an angel on earth.” After hearing many stories from her …
  • Emily Kuroda Takes Listeners on a Trip Through Time in ‘Chalk Lines’ 19 Jun 2021 20:45 Like many actors, Emily Kuroda has been doing a lot of work from home during the pandemic. By J.K. YAMAMOTO, Rafu Staff Writer Chalk Repertory Theatre is launching its new audio series “Chalk Lines” — five short plays that bring to life unsung landmarks in …
  • Delta's new station chief works to build back MSP hub after pandemic 19 Jun 2021 20:30 The lights have turned back on at Delta Air Lines and a new station chief at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is rebuilding a local operation depleted by the global pandemic's brutal impact on aviation. The coronavirus grounded the industry …
  • Carmel to test, reacquaint residents with WWII air raid siren as early emergency warning 19 Jun 2021 20:25 CARMEL — The city of Carmel wants to reacquaint residents of the community with its World War II air raid siren for use as an early warning system. The city will be testing the siren, which sits atop the Carmel Fire Station, on Tuesday at about 6:30 p.m. …
  • First steps taken in making foul Meelick odours a bad memory 19 Jun 2021 19:47 RESIDENTS of a Clare community will hope foul smells from outdated sewerage works will soon be just a bad memory. Final site investigation works were undertaken by Irish Water, working with Clare County Council, as part of the planned upgrade to the …
  • Ryan Lochte on missing Olympic team: 'This is not the last you're going to see of me' 19 Jun 2021 17:24 Lochte says this isn't his last race: 'There's still things I want to do.' Michael Andrew qualified for his second Olympic event in Tokyo Annie Lazor won the women's 200 breaststroke, alongside her friend Lilly King OMAHA, Neb. — Ryan …
  • Fodder’s Day 19 Jun 2021 17:19 HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRIPE-VINE: OUR NEW ABNORMAL Philip Cu Unjieng While the word fodder is defined as food, especially as referring to dry hay or feed for cattle and livestock, it’s slang usage is saying something is fodder for a particular purpose – and …
  • New airplane hangar condominiums in the works at KOKV 19 Jun 2021 17:12 Winchester, Virginia — Officials at Winchester Regional Airport (KOKV) have finalized an agreement with TMG Construction Corp. to build up to 32 private aircraft hangars at the airport. The first phase of the project involves construction of 11 box-style …
  • Fake Skillibeng tattoo, baptism, pregnancy rumours … and more 19 Jun 2021 15:46 What a confounding week it was, but it certainly lived up to the saying, ‘never a dull moment in dancehall’. Fake tats, fake pregnancies, fake conversion and baptism … where to start? THAT FAKE TATTOO Okay, so last week Friday, the artiste with the sweet …
  • Sexual Minorities In Kazakhstan Hide Who They Are To Avoid Abuse 19 Jun 2021 15:15 A 2018 survey in Kazakhstan indicated intolerance toward sexual minorities, with a majority saying they wouldn't want to 'live next door to criminals, drug addicts, or members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community.' …
  • Greenwich residents reminded to get new permits for Holly Hill to cover tipping fee 19 Jun 2021 15:03 For residents who drop off their trash, recycling, organic waste or bulky waste at the Holly Hill Resource Recovery Station, it’s time to get a new permit. The tipping fee will continue for at least another year, and town residents need their new permits …
  • Ambitious £40m bid launched for Government cash in Redcar and TS6 19 Jun 2021 14:42 A raft of ambitious proposals totalling nearly £40m have been submitted to Government by Redcar and Cleveland Council, to help deliver major projects. Around £600m is being released by the Government in the first round of funding from an overall pot of £4. …
  • Grapevine June 20, 2021: Where the grass is greener 19 Jun 2021 13:59 RCK, A start-up based at Kibbutz Ruhama, last week hosted Dutch ambassador Hans Docter. Ruhama, which was established in 1911, is believed to be the first modern settlement in the Negev. RCK, which specializes in genetic technologies and cultivation of new …
  • Folkestone’s seafront has been transformed by art in the past decade 19 Jun 2021 12:25 Forget donkeys – in Folkestone’s early 20th century heyday, holidaymakers rode llamas along the beach. The town had the royal seal of approval: the Grand hotel was a favourite bolthole of the Prince of Wales and his mistress Alice Keppel. It also had the …
  • Fort Saskatchewan prepares for a bustling Canada Day 19 Jun 2021 11:58 Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News Author of the article: James Bonnell Photo by FILE PHOTO Article content As the world begins to emerge from lockdown and the post-Covid healing process begins, it may still tough to imagine a full return to normalcy. …
  • 17th century European paintings found in roadside dumpster 19 Jun 2021 11:31 By Sheena McKenzie, CNN Police are appealing for information on how two original paintings from 17th century European artists, ended up in a roadside dumpster in southeast Germany. The framed oil paintings were found by a 64-year-old man at a highway …
  • Wet Wet Wet's Graeme Duffin on life after Marti...and his solo jazz album 19 Jun 2021 11:30 You will recognise him if you have been following Scottish pop music over the past 30 years and more. From their earliest appearances and recordings, Graeme Duffin has been the guitar-player with Wet Wet Wet, when the group’s mix of original tunes and soul …
  • Why isn’t the Nova Scotia mass shooting a national scandal? 19 Jun 2021 11:25 No reporter ever wants to become the story. But in Paul Palango’s case, the deadliest mass shooting in Canadian history just kinda fell into his lap. It was also a story that was too hard to ignore for someone who had made a career chasing outlaw …
  • Photos of the Week: Southern Baptists meet; historic bell found 19 Jun 2021 11:23 (RNS) — Each week Religion News Service presents a gallery of photos of religious expression around the world. This week’s photo selection includes the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention, rebuilding a historic New York City church and more. …
  • Email service removes inbox clutter via helpful features 19 Jun 2021 11:22 I feel like Thidwick, the big-hearted moose from the Dr. Seuss book, throwing freeloaders overboard. My inbox is finally uncluttered thanks to OnMail, a new email service from Edison Software. Every time a new sender is about to put mail in my box, I hit “ …
  • Many forgo presidential vote in Iran 19 Jun 2021 10:47 DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Iranians voted Friday in a presidential election dominated by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's hard-line protege after the disqualification of his strongest competition, fueling apathy that left some polling places …
  • Murdered Brit Caroline Crouch's diary reveals unhappy relationship with 'killer' husband 19 Jun 2021 09:46 Harrowing diary entries made by murdered Briton Caroline Crouch paint a picture of a turbulent and unhappy marriage with her 'killer' husband - including violent fights and vows she would leave him.   Babis Anagnostopoulos, 33, admitted killing 20- …
  • ‘Tradewinds Exercise’ amplifies regional security synergy 19 Jun 2021 09:22 THE United States Southern Command (SOUTHCOM)-sponsored annual ‘Tradewinds Exercise’, which is being hosted by Guyana this year, plays an integral role in enhancing regional security synergy and cooperation among the participating nations, while fostering …
  • New research adds a wrinkle to our understanding of the origins of matter in the Milky Way 19 Jun 2021 09:18 New findings published this week in Physical Review Letters suggest that carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen cosmic rays travel through the galaxy toward Earth in a similar way, but, surprisingly, that iron arrives at Earth differently. Learning more about how …
  • Spruce up your home with these 7 weekend deals 19 Jun 2021 09:13 Give your bedroom an upgrade. Image: Ghostbed By StackCommerceMashable Shopping2021-06-19 09:00:00 UTC A certain massive online sale is happening soon on a certain massive ecommerce platform, which means everyone will be scrambling to score the best deals. …
  • Auckland tornado: Super Rugby Final fans in luck - trains are running again 19 Jun 2021 08:51 Rugby fans planning to travel to Eden Park by train for the Super Rugby Final, who were initially told to make alternative arrangements to the game, can now rest assured additional trains are in place for the rugby. The freak weather had caused …
  • In a pessimistic mood, Iranians vote for a new president 19 Jun 2021 08:44 But when Abdolnasser Hemmati, the moderate in the race, showed up to vote, the sidewalk outside the polling station at the Hosseinieh Ershad religious institute crackled to life. “Your views are useless for this country,” one heckler shouted at Hemmati, …
  • Telecommunication, internet coverage in Perak Tengah restored 19 Jun 2021 08:37 IPOH: Telecommunication network and internet coverage, which was disrupted after a telecommunication tower at Seberang Perak, Perak Tengah, collapsed on Sunday (June 13), has been fully restored. Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), …
  • Rogers OKs purchase of land for fire station 19 Jun 2021 07:55 Future plans for a full, permanent Fire Station 2 on or near County Road 144 are under discussion in Rogers. The Rogers City Council on June 8 approved on the consent agenda, with no discussion, execution of a $333,776 purchase agreement for land at 14105 …
  • California Dodges Outages During Heat Wave But EV Owners Push Grid Capacity 19 Jun 2021 07:23 PETALUMA (KPIX) — Although the record-breaking heat wave eased slightly Friday, California ISO again issued a Flex Alert urging Californians to conserve power to relieve stress on the grid. Those conservation efforts went well and Cal ISO didn’t need to …
  • Paper Preview: Andover Advertiser, June 18, 2021 19 Jun 2021 07:17 PLANS have been unveiled to build a new solar farm the size of 93 football pitches. The site would stretch across the countryside between the south east of Perham Down and Kimpton, on the Hampshire and Wiltshire border. If approved, the farm could generate …
  • 32 Brown Pelicans Found Intentionally Mutilated in California Since March 19 Jun 2021 06:09 Since March, 32 brown pelicans from Huntington Beach, California to San Clemente have been found injured, according to the Wetlands and Wildlife Care Center, a nonprofit that works with injured wildlife in Orange County. 22 of the pelicans have suffered …
  • The Blue Line Was Named For Boston Harbor. Now The Sea Threatens The Service - Earthwhile 19 Jun 2021 05:33 Tidal flats and marshland once surrounded much of Boston, swelling and soaking as the rain fell and tides ebbed and flowed. But over the course of the city's nearly 400 years, those sensitive areas were slowly filled in to make more buildable land, …
  • Govt bans ‘school with no water’ from accepting help 19 Jun 2021 03:46 A Queensland school has been banned by the education department from accepting water donations from local companies despite the fact it is on the brink of running dry again. Central Queensland News understands the department recently barred Valkyrie State …
  • Auckland tornado: People warned to stay away as storm hits Papatoetoe streets 19 Jun 2021 03:22 People have been warned to stay out of an area of south Auckland after a suspected tornado wreaked havoc, damaging properties and bringing down trees. An emergency alert was sent to phones in the area, urging people to keep away from Cavendish Drive and …
  • Government climate adviser works for power station getting subsidies from taxpayers to go green 19 Jun 2021 02:57 Energy chief on PM's eco panel? That's not very (carbon) neutral! Senior government climate adviser works for major power station receiving huge subsidies from taxpayers to go green Dr Rebecca Heaton works for power station getting subsidies from …
  • Woman Attempts To Strangle Own Child With Shoelace 19 Jun 2021 02:56 Woman Attempts To Strangle Own Child With Shoelace A SUICIDAL woman was busted trying to strangle her eight-year-old child to death with a shoelace. On Wednesday this week at around 1pm while Reneiloe Setoboli (53) was walking along Shetland Road in Queens …
  • She was born in Australia, but the country wants to send her back to alleged war criminals 19 Jun 2021 02:23 By Hilary Whiteman, CNN Tharnicaa was eight months old when Australian Border Force officers burst into her home in rural Australia, and tore her Sri Lankan refugee parents and their children from their new life. The shocking dawn raid infuriated locals …
  • 'Essential' bridge repairs to bring two months of disruption 19 Jun 2021 01:35 'Essential' bridge repairs on a major Teesside route are expected to bring disruption and diversions for two months. Mandale Road bridge, in Thornaby, will close between July 3 and September 3 for the work mainly underneath the structure. It will …
  • 'A 4- or 5-foot snake in my living room:' Saraland family extra cautious for upcoming storm 19 Jun 2021 01:23 SARALAND, Ala. (WKRG) — Meach Ceeley went to pick up sandbags for the first time Friday morning, hoping to prevent last year’s nightmare from happening again as the region braces for its first big bout of tropical weather. “My living room flooded, we had a …
  • Six Nations Elected Council cannabis “bylaw” sparks protest at band office and police station 19 Jun 2021 01:01 A protest against Six Nations Elected Council’s cannabis bylaw, that had been approved in a closed meeting, turned ugly after a police officer Tim Bomberry engaged in a shouting match with some members of the crowd outside the Six Nations Police station …
  • Changes coming for Motley electric vehicle charging station 19 Jun 2021 00:51 The Motley City Council approved a proposal to switch to a new provider for its electric car fast-charging station, Monday. Public Works Director Bruce Brotherton brought the proposal forward after it was suggested during a meeting with Minnesota Power. …
  • Tennessee woman gives birth on a HIGHWAY with the help of her delivery driver husband 19 Jun 2021 00:45 An expectant mother gave birth on the side of a highway with the help of her husband, who had to unwrap the umbilical cord from the baby's neck after he initially refused to call 911 because he didn't think she was in 'actual labor.'  Gayla …
  • 'All that possibility at Academy Park' with bandshell relocation, renovation 19 Jun 2021 00:31 Fri, Jun 18th 2021 10:00 am Village of Lewiston projects moving along By Joshua Maloni GM/Managing Editor Standing in front of the relocated Alphonso DiMino Memorial Bandshell on Wednesday morning, Village of Lewiston Mayor Anne Welch and Deputy Mayor …
  • Pivot moves deeper into the forest with townhomes designed for living 19 Jun 2021 00:18 Breadcrumb Trail Links Homes Averton's new community makes the most of a natural corner of Rutherford Author of the article: Laura Severs Sarah Yaremcio rides her electric skateboard outside her townhome at Pivot in Rutherford. Photo by Walter …
  • Upgrades needed in West Virginia for electric vehicle market to take charge 19 Jun 2021 00:10 CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Electric cars are becoming more popular across the nation. But, as consumers begin to move away from gas powered vehicles, more people are going to need ways way to charge up their rides. This could mean costly upgrades for states like …
  • Steilacoom Town Administrator June 18 Report to Council 19 Jun 2021 00:03 Upcoming Meetings: (*) Meetings are being conducted via Zoom. Additional information is on the applicable meeting’s agenda. Public Meetings – In Person or Virtual: As of June 15, 2021, the Governor’s office provided the following guidance: All public …
  • From My Corner: June 15, 2021 19 Jun 2021 00:00 Kendrys’ bodyguards Last week I attended a beautiful celebration at the Oliver Partnership School.  The staff and students wanted to show their appreciation to their Principal Shalimar Marie Quiles and it was obvious that it came from the heart. It was not …
  • Stony Brook resident helps visually impaired navigate their world 18 Jun 2021 23:11 Sometimes teaching and learning transcend the classroom. A student learns the route from the Manhattan-bound 7 train to the Downtown 6 in Grand Central Terminal during the morning rush hour. Photo from David Seyfert When the visually impaired learn to …
  • SBU’s Alexander Orlov competes for solar grand prize in September 18 Jun 2021 23:11 By Daniel Dunaief One of the seminal, and realistic, scenes from the movie “The Martian” involves astronaut Mark Watney, played by Matt Damon, clearing the dust from a solar panel. The cleaning process not only made it possible for the space station on …
  • Skagit Public Utility District well positioned for chlorine shortage 18 Jun 2021 22:55 The Skagit Public Utility District has no plans to call for water conservation measures despite a national shortage of chlorine, which the district uses to purify water.  This comes after the city of Anacortes asked its water customers Thursday to conserve …
  • Former TV reporter Tom Sussi wants a seat on the Columbus City Council 18 Jun 2021 22:24 Time was, if you were a crooked contractor, welfare cheat or slum landlord, one of the last people you wanted to see as you walked to your vehicle was Tom Sussi. The former bulldog Columbus TV reporter made a career out of sting-style, gotcha, in-your-face …
  • Girls Lacrosse Glenbrook South vs. Benet Academy State Semifinals 06.17.21 18 Jun 2021 22:24 Benet Academy girls lacrosse attempts to do what no Redwing team has done before — make it to state, but first Glenbrook South. This highlight is presented by BMO Harris Bank. 1 seed Benet Academy makes the trip to Glenbrook North for the State Semi Finals …