Mavericks vs. Pelicans – Game Preview – February 17, 2022

Dallas Mavericks (34-24, fifth in the Western Conference) vs. New Orleans Pelicans (23-35, 11th in the Western Conference) New Orleans; Thursday, 8 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks visit the New Orleans Pelicans. Doncic ranks fifth in the league with an average of 27.0 points per …

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Black Entrepreneurial Excellence Seminar teaches entrepreneurs how to build a successful business

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library hosted a Black Entrepreneur Seminar Tuesday night at Marvin Auditorium. “Black Entrepreneurial Excellence” was moderated by Meredith Snepp, Business and Career Librarian at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. The panel included entrepreneurs Topeka, SJ Hazim, Lazone Grays Jr. …

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African leaders head to Brussels for 6th EU-AU summit

The EU-AU summit is due to take place in Brussels on February 17-18. /CFP Picture The EU-AU summit is due to take place in Brussels on February 17-18. /CFP Picture African heads of state and government are expected in Belgium this week to meet their …

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Painting workshop with Maria from Los Angeles – Kenwood Press News

Jack London State Historic Park will present two full-day workshops on Friday, March 18 and Saturday, March 19 with Maria de Los Angeles, a renowned Mexican-American multidisciplinary artist who works in drawing, painting, printmaking and fashion. Her work often addresses issues of migration, displacement, identity and otherness. De Los Angeles …

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The mayor of Jackson will hold a weekly press conference

Willie Nelson will perform at the Brandon Amphitheater 29 minutes ago Hotspots available in Jones County 29 minutes ago WCU to Host Tradition Campus Scholarship Dinner 37 minutes ago Columbia hires patrol officers 38 minutes ago Warren County under burn ban until March 7 40 minutes ago Riverfront Park in …

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Sustainable Lab speaks at the Tokyo-London Financial Seminar, co-hosted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the City of London

Sustainable Lab, a pioneer in data science for sustainable development, will take the stage to give a presentation on “visualizing extra-financial data”. TOKYO, JAPAN, Feb. 14, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Japanese fintech startup Sustainable Lab Inc. will attend the fintech-themed seminar “Tokyo-London Financial Seminar 2022”, co-hosted by the Metropolitan Government of …

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EXTERIOR: Workshop offers certification for using prescribed burning as a management tool | Sports

Guys like to play with fire. I know this from years of observation and many personal experiences. I helped build brush piles almost as big as a barn, and on at least one occasion burned down an old barn that looked more like a brush pile. The desire to fan …

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Analysis: the compression of aluminum scrap is reshaping but continues

At an Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) commodity roundtable in the late 1990s, the president of a secondary aluminum company stated bluntly that his industry would be better served if primary aluminum producers “stayed away” from the aluminum scrap market. In 2001, that same company president—Joseph S. Viland of …

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Drury Women and Indy Men win conference titles

2022 Great Lakes Valley Conference Swimming and Diving Championships Official Results (PDF) Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 Women Drury opened the final session with a 1-3-4 finish in the 2021 NCAA bronze medalist’s 1650 freestyle Allison Weber (16:51.19), Marina Amorim (17:07.32) and Karianne Reinertsen …

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FSLD Holds Sport MMA Seminar in Pattan, Kashmir | India is blooming

Baramulla/IBNS: The Sports Learning Development Foundation (FSLD) held its first Baramulla sport MMA district seminar at Government Higher Secondary, Pattan, Kashmir on Thursday. At the seminar attended by more than 50 children, Municipal Committee Chairman Pattan Pritpal Singh Obrai and FSLD Founder Aaqib Majeed were the main guest and guest …

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Report from HHS Secretary Becerra’s Roundtable on Child Welfare

On Friday, February 11, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra hosted a roundtable with key stakeholders in the field of child welfare, including several lived experience consultants, organizations advocates and state, tribal and local officials. The roundtable discussed ideas to help improve the lives of children and families, …

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New Musicals Workshop: A True Experience – Take 1

New Musicals Workshop: A True Experience – Take 1 Musical theater majors who decide to embark on their academic journey at Millikin University are immersed in a variety of hands-on learning opportunities once they arrive on campus, from performances to backstage work. Among these opportunities that take place at the …

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Advanced Energy will participate in upcoming investor conferences

DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Advanced Energy Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: AEIS), a global leader in high-tech and precision power conversion, metering and control solutions, today announced its participation in the following investor conferences . Citi Global Industrial Technology and Mobility Conference Date: February 22, 2022 Berenberg Conference on Industrial Technologies 2022 Date: March 3, …

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AOB’s 28th Annual Pre-CRS Seminar Adds New Panel

AOB’s 28th Annual Pre-CRS Seminar Adds New Panel Albright and O’Malley and Brenner Country radio consultants Albright and O’Malley and Brenner added a new session on how sales and programming can create brand integration in station events and programming. A panel of branding experts will cover everything from concept to …

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CNP Assurances: “How far can we push the limits of insurance?”

Paris, February 10, 2022 “How far can we push the limits of insurance?” The Insurance Factory is holding its 6th annual conference today Live from the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE) and via web-conference, La Fabrique d’Assurance brings together experts and …

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improvement workshops improve the techniques of photographers

Sharjah24: Photography enthusiasts and professionals in the United Arab Emirates have embarked on a fascinating learning journey and are developing their unique photographic vision under the tutelage of leading photographers holding expert-led workshops at the International Photography Festival Xposure underway at Expo Center Sharjah. Discussing one of photography’s most overlooked …

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Perrin Conferences will host a virtual conference on mass tort litigation

The conference will feature top plaintiff and defense attorneys who will discuss trends in recent settlements and verdicts and the handling of mass crime. This conference will bring together leading lawyers to discuss trends in recent settlements and verdicts and is ideal for anyone already involved in this litigation who …

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Master Gardener Seminar taking place today | News

JGladwin Master Gardeners are sponsoring a free public seminar on plant nutrient management. Those interested in a science-based approach to fertilizing lawns, landscape plants, trees and shrubs are encouraged to attend. The seminar will be held at Gladwin Free Methodist Church on Wednesday, February 9 at 7 p.m. Pre-registration is …

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Vic is the toughest place to do business in Aust | Flinders News

More than half of Australian businesses ranked Victoria as the most difficult state to do business in, with local operators paying the highest taxes in the country. The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry released its first index on Wednesday ranking the cost of doing business across all states and …

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Cal Poly Center for Service in Action Selects Workshop Topics for Social Justice Conference

The Center for Service in Action is hosting the 20th Annual Changing the Status Quo Leadership Conference on February 26 at the Multi-Activity Center. The Center for Service in Action reviewed and accepted 20 applications for the conference workshops. The Changing the Status Quo Conference is a social justice leadership …

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James Madison’s esports team joins elite conference

HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – At James Madison University, a new sport is on the rise, but it’s different from other sports on campus. The JMU X-Lab is home to the esports team, a competitive group of students who train and compete in online games. The team officially joined the Eastern …

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Shincheonji Church Holds Press Conference for US Viewers to Introduce New Seminary – The Durango Herald

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 7, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — This past weekend, the Shincheonji Church of Jesus (SCJ) held a virtual “Shincheonji Americas Press Conference” in response to growing interest from pastors and religious communities regarding their successful seminars. Over the past few months, Shincheonji Church has been producing Bible …

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The Women In Trucking association announces the continuation of a golden partnership with Great Dane

“My love and passion for WIT’s mission is shared by our Great Dane family and is reflected in our core values ​​of leadership and integrity.” PLOVER, Wis. (PRWEB) February 07, 2022 The Women In Trucking Association (WIT) today announced the renewal of Great Dane’s Gold Level Partnership for 2022. …

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Inaugural Bagpipe Festival at UNCW

UNCW and Wilmington Scottish Society, January 6, 2022 (Photo: WWAY) WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A festival celebrating bagpipes was hosted by UNCW and the Scottish Society of Wilmington on Sunday. The inaugural event was held at UNCW’s Cultural Arts Building. There were two workshops for beginners and experienced pipers, with …

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Knight Center Announces Speakers for ISOJ 2022 and New Hybrid Conference Format, in Austin and Online

For the first time since the pandemic hit two years ago, the International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) plans to return to Austin, but will maintain online participation in an innovative hybrid format. The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas made the announcement, along with news of keynote speakers …

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Rallies, seminars, marches organized to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day

Zubair Qureshi The federal capital and its adjacent city, Rawalpindi, on Saturday witnessed a number of rallies, seminars, processions and conferences organized to mark the Youm-e-Yakjehti-e-Kashmir (Kashmir Solidarity Day) which the nation observes every year on February 5 in solidarity with the people of illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir …

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Interest in Brunswick Civil War Roundtable meetings continues to grow

Why is there still so much interest in the Civil War? The American Civil War between the Union and the Confederacy began on April 12, 1861 and ended in 1865. After more than two years of the pandemic, the membership of the Brunswick Civil War Roundtable continues to grow. Two …

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Students learn about Long Island’s “injustices” through ERASE workshop

Adeola Tella-Williams has seen her students make new friends with people they don’t usually see in their classrooms and engage in dialogue about discrimination and segregation. Students have engaged through anti-racism forums organized by Syosset-based ERASE Racism, said Tella-Williams, a teacher in the Uniondale School District for 20 years. For …

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Birmingham Police will hold a press conference

Helena, suspect of the double homicide, appears in court… 1 hour ago Lindy Blanchard talks about the Alabama governor’s campaign (Full… 2 hours ago Friday morning forecast 04/02/22 4 hours ago Accidents cause traffic delays 10 hours ago New cinema included in plans for historic… 15 hours ago Cleaning up …

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SHS resumes popular history seminars | News

Starting Tuesday, the fortnight’s Club House, 421 N. Sixth St., will be transformed into a Vincennes history classroom. A long-running popular course series, taught by local historian Richard Day, returns after taking a long pandemic hiatus. The courses are divided into ten sessions which will take place on Tuesdays from …

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Get your discounted Founder Launch pass for TechCrunch Early Stage before they go – TechCrunch

Building a startup isn’t cheap, and that’s true whether you’re working on it full-time, alongside your day job, or still thinking about how to turn your idea into a viable product. So what’s a budding entrepreneur to do? The first step: Attend TechCrunch Early Stage 2022, which takes place – …

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Libraries to Host Workshop Focused on Reducing Textbook Costs | Electronic News

WVU Libraries will host a Open Textbook Workshop and Textbook Review March 10 at 10 a.m. that will help instructors explore possible open textbook solutions to address the rising cost of textbooks. According to Open Education Networka group studying how the high cost of course materials hinders student academic success. …

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Xencor to Present at Upcoming Investor Conferences | Business and finance

MONROVIA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 2, 2022– Xencor, Inc. (NASDAQ: XNCR), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing monoclonal antibodies and cytokines for the treatment of cancer and autoimmune diseases, today announced that company management will participate in two upcoming virtual investor conferences: Guggenheim Talks on Health Care | Oncology Conference 2022Presentation date: Wednesday, …

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In the Albany Civic “Seminar”, young writers learn about reality

The intimate but often tense environment of a writers’ studio is the setting for Theresa Rebeck’s “Seminar“. The 90-minute comedy made its Broadway debut in 2011 and is getting its regional premiere at the Albany Civic Theater in a new production that runs February 11-20. “Writers in their natural state …

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The Sidney Sun-Telegraph Archive

Articles from the February 2, 2022 edition Sorted by date Results 1 – 22 of 22 Arterburn resigns What began as an interest in the process and an attempt to stay informed, ends after nearly a decade of service. Now in his tenth year on Sidney City Council, Councilman Joe …

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Workshops to help protect the Brock community from fraud and scams – The Brock News

The Niagara Regional Police Service (NRPS) Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Unit, in partnership with Brock International and Student Life and Success, will be hosting free online fraud prevention workshops on Friday, February 4 and Thursday, April 7 , both from 11 a.m. to noon on Microsoft Teams. Brock University students, …

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Parent-teacher conferences are still essential to the educational process | News

A sincere partnership between schools and families benefits everyone, especially students, said Country Heights Elementary School principal Stacy Harper. It is for this reason that schools strive to involve parents, guardians and families of students as much as possible in the educational process. Family events are part of this, as …

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Strather Academy Holds Black Wealth Seminars During Black History Month

Detroit, Michigan – The motivation of the “Black Wealth Matters” movement is Herbert J. Strather. He is a commercial real estate developer from Detroit who proposes to create new urban real estate developers in 2022 in the city of Detroit. Strather was once chairman of Motorcity Casino and Resort, lead …

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British Music Embassy Reveals SXSW 2022 Lineup

The British Music Embassy, ​​SXSW’s venue for British music stars, today announces its selection of the best new British music. BBC and DIY artists Priya Ragu, the Wet Leg and Yard Act feature, plus BBC Music presenting 2021 Artist of the Year Self Esteem and YouTube star Strawberry Guy. Acclaimed …

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WVU Extension Service Holds Fridays in the Garden Workshops | News, Sports, Jobs

(MetroCreativeConnection) VIENNA — Spring and the annual Fridays in the Garden educational series sponsored by the Master Gardeners of Wood County, a program of the West Virginia University Extension Service, will soon be here. Sessions for the series’ eighth year will be held at noon on Fridays in February at …

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Journalists from 55 African countries take part in a press conference organized by the Shincheonji Church

Shincheonji Church’s New Online Seminar on the Parables of Jesus Has Started January 3 and continue through March 28. It follows the successful completion of the church’s previous series, which witnessed to the prophecies and fulfillment recorded in the book of Revelation for 10 weeks in 2021 from From October …

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News on Entrepreneur Seminar, LEDC Meeting, New Perkins Rowe Store | Business

Opening of a women’s clothing store in Perkins Rowe Versona opened a store in Perkins Rowe. Versona is a fashion boutique for women offering clothing, jewelry and accessories in an easy to buy format. Store hours are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 6 p.m. …

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Workshops teach landowners how to burn their way to better habitat

Randy Zellers AGFC Deputy Chief of Communications Posted on 01/29/22 LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission holds special classes in February and March to teach landowners how to use fire to dramatically improve wildlife habitat on their… This article is available in its entirety to subscribers. Attention …

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Northern Michigan Angels wrap up 10th year with record investments

The Northern Michigan Angels investment group recently concluded its 10th year of investing in the Northern Michigan economy. In 2021, the organization hit a new single-year record, investing $1.3 million in seven different ventures. Most of the organization’s investments go into technology and other STEM-based businesses, which bring programming, engineering, …

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Pandemic assistance for workers and businesses

New Yorkers who suffer long-term effects due to possible workplace exposure to COVID-19 are receiving state assistance to manage long-term symptoms. The Workers’ Compensation Board provides information on the rights of workers who have been exposed to coronavirus at work and become ill. Webinars are offered at 1 p.m. on …

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Democracy and Culture Foundation chairman meets NSW officials ahead of May roundtable

Ahead of a roundtable to be held in early May in the New South Wales Parliament, Democracy and Culture Foundation Chairman Achilles Tsaltas met with state officials on Thursday to discuss ways and policies that will further promote the engagement of citizens in the political process. Also at the lunch …

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Lancaster organizations celebrate Black History Month with cooking workshops

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) — The Community Action Partnership of Lancaster County (CAP) and Crispus Attucks Community Center are kicking off Black History Month with a series of “A Taste of African Heritage” cooking workshops. Participants will learn to cook various dishes while learning to eat healthy and African Heritage Cuisine. …

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UARK GSE Spring 2022 Interdisciplinary Conference: Extended Call for Papers

Michel La Crue The English Graduate Student Organization has extended the deadline to submit a proposal to its Spring 2022 Interdisciplinary Conference to February 20. The conference will take place on Friday and Saturday, April 1 and 2, and is open to graduate and undergraduate students. . See the CFP …

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SCVNews.com | February 10: County Hosts Youth Mental Health Seminar

Symptoms of depression and anxiety have doubled during the pandemic among young people across the country, according to the US Surgeon General. To help center youth voices in mental health reform and programming in Los Angeles County, the Youth Commission is hosting a “Centering Youth Voice in Mental Health” panel …

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Acting against climate change with OPALCO; Stewards, Energy Roundtables and Island Way Workshops

Are you looking for things you can DO to fight climate change? Is there a home energy efficiency project you would like to DO this year? Do you have any ideas on how we might shape our energy future in the San Juan Islands? On January 18, 2022, OPALCO kicked …

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workshop introduces Hancock County youth to the “lost art” of baking pies | Agriculture

CARTHAGE, Ill. — Lilyana Bliss quickly rolled out her pie crust, then carefully transferred it to a pie plate. “It’s just fun for me to make pies,” said the 8-year-old from Basco. “It’s kind of a tradition in our family to bake a lot of pies.” Her favorite type of …

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Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) Market Expected to See Blossoming Growth in Next Generation

Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) market #3200, SEATTLE, WASHINGTION, USA, Jan. 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Coherent Market Insights Paper Offers Potential Key Opportunity in Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE) Market with Data important to business leaders. Statistics are gathered from primary and secondary sources, which can be verified …

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Pitt to Host 51st Annual Jazz Seminar Honoring Pittsburgh Pianist Erroll Garner

Orrin Evans can’t remember a time when he didn’t make music on the piano. The Philadelphia-based professional jazz pianist said if someone is meant to be a musician, the career chooses them. “I don’t think you can necessarily pursue a career in the arts,” Evans said. “I think whatever the …

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CSRWire – Understanding Combined Value

Published 7 hours ago Proposed by Kaleidoscope Futures Another thought leader in redefining value is Jed Emerson. After working as a director of a venture philanthropy fund in the 1990s, he was keenly aware of what he later called the “bifurcated value proposition” – the separation between the social and …

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Financing plan of the city’s ‘workshops’ for the town hall, targeted projects | News

The Rockport City Council, during its workshop on Wednesday, Jan. 19, spent about two hours discussing the financing plan to issue general bond redemption bonds (approximately $16,665,000) to repay general bond redemption bonds. Series 2012 General Obligation and Series 2020 Tax Notes; issue new tax notes (approximately $8.1 million) to …

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Beginning of the 3-day seminar on the BD-US joint military exercise

The armies of the United States and Bangladesh have jointly conducted “Exercise Tiger Lightning” since 2017 TBS Report January 23, 2022, 7:45 PM Last modification: January 23, 2022, 8:08 PM Representatives of the Bangladeshi Army and the United States Army pose for a photo opportunity at the premises of the …

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Publication of a report on the repatriation of pets

The state government welcomed the final report by the companion animal task force. Agriculture Minister Mary-Anne Thomas released the report on Thursday, January 20. The task force, comprising Western Victoria MP Andy Meddick (Chair), Bendigo West MP Maree Edwards and Narre Warren South MP Gary Maas, was appointed in March …

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ASIST and safeTALK Workshops Offer Rural Residents Opportunity to Learn Suicide Prevention – Agweek

The pandemic has proven to have a silver lining for rural communities and mental health – more resources and understanding have become available virtually, according to a mental health advocate. Cassandra Linkenmeyer is the director of the Minnesota chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Linkenmeyer was recently a …

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AIChE seminar on January 24 focused on analytics

Midland Daily News January 21, 2022Updated: January 21, 2022 2:31 p.m. The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Mid-Michigan Chapter invites the public to a special virtual presentation. Daniel Reaume, Chief Analytics Officer at Cat Digital Analytics, will present “Derive Sustainable Competitive Advantage from Analytics” from noon to 1 p.m. …

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What’s on TV Friday: ‘Stars on Stage’, Oscars panel discussions

The primetime television schedule is on hiatus in print. You can find more TV coverage on: latimes.com/whats-on-tv. SERIES undercover boss Sharon M. Leite, CEO of Vitamin Shoppe, goes undercover as a store associate to assess how the changes she has implemented are affecting her frontline employees. 8 p.m. CBS Penn …

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2 quarters or 5? Palm Desert Residents Bring Both Sides to the Workshop

As a group of residents entered the Palm Desert Community Center to help redraw the boundaries of the city’s two electoral districts, another group stood outside, quietly holding signs supporting the move to the vote in five constituencies. About ten people attended the 6 p.m. workshop in person – all …

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Flux Power to Host Second Quarter 2022 Earnings Conference Call on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. EST

VISTA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Flux Power Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLUX), a developer of advanced lithium-ion batteries for commercial and industrial equipment, will hold a conference call on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 4:30 p.m. EST to discuss its second quarter results. fiscal ended December 31, 2021. A press release detailing these results …

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The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA) is Hosting a Virtual Seminar and Panel on “Cybersecurity and Zero Trust Network Security” for Financial Technology Professionals

The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), a nonprofit organization that provides a forum for financial technology and business professionals to learn and connect with each other, will host a virtual seminar and panel discussion on “Zero Trust Cybersecurity and Network Security” on January 27, 2022. NEW YORK, January 20, 2022 …

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CABEI assumes the presidency pro tempore of the G-16, the multilateral group for cooperation and development of the countries of Honduras

Tegucigalpa, January 19, 2022.- From January to June of this year, the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) will assume the presidency pro tempore of the Group of 16 (G-16), a body whose objective is to support the sustainable development of the country and which is composed of representatives …

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Exhibit and workshops showcase the Asian American experience through stories

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pennsylvania – HUB-Robeson Galleries in partnership with Adult Learner Programs & Services, Residence Life and the Sustainability Institute present “Lunchbox moments: Seek to understand. Share stories. Stop the hate,” by Amie Bantz, a multifaceted exhibition. The exhibition will run from January 26 to May 15 and can be …

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WPIAL reveals updated conference rosters for 2022 and 2023 seasons

Through: Chris Harlan Tuesday, January 18, 2022 | 5:21 p.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Aliquippa’s Naquan Crowder celebrates alongside Jason McBride during the PIAA Class 4A State Championship game against Bishop McDevitt on Thursday, December 49, 2021 at Hersheypark Stadium. The WPIAL has taken a multiple-choice approach to its conference …

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RUET organizes a seminar on nanotechnology

The Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology held a seminar titled “Nanotechnology: Small Things Matter and Have the Power to Transfer Energy, Health and Environment” on Monday on the Rajshahi campus, according to a press release. Md Rafiqul Islam Sheikh, Vice-Chancellor of RUET, …

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Sterling House in Stratford Hosts CRT Workshop for MLK Jr. Day

STRATFORD — In 1938, a group of white men accused Donald Smart’s grandfather, Oscar James, of stealing pecans from his own property in Georgia. One of them shot and killed James, with his son, Smart’s father, as a witness. He soon fled to live up north in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where …

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5 things to expect at Step Conference 2022

DUBAI, WATER, January 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As we watch the world evolve and reflect on our place in a new digital landscape, Step Conference will bring together top experts dubai to explore and discuss a future with advanced technologies, revolutionary artificial intelligence and Web3. We have identified 5 things …

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KNUST Scientists and Engineers Host Research Dissemination Seminar with The Multimedia Group

Scientific discoveries and research results that may have an impact on society often do not reach the public space due to a communication problem between researchers and the consuming public. Scientists and researchers in most African countries, including Ghana, face the challenge of communicating their findings for public consumption. To …

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NETTA hosts a series of short-term rental workshops | Sunday stories

The Northeast Tennessee Tourism Association will be offering a series of short-term rental workshops during the month of February for those interested in, or currently owning or operating vacation rental properties. The series includes an opportunity for attendees to learn about vacation rental markets, laws and regulations, customer service, proper …

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Tsunami warning for US west coast, flooding in Hawaii after Tonga eruption

A tsunami wave measuring 1.2 meters (four feet) was seen in Tonga’s capital, Nuku’alofa Nuku’alofa, Tonga: An undersea volcano in the South Pacific erupted with a jaw-dropping explosion on Saturday, sending tsunami waves to neighboring Tonga and northern Japan, with warnings of dangerous ocean surges issued as far away as …

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Federal and state officials collaborate on marijuana standardization proposals at national conference

Democratic and progressive lawmakers in Vermont introduced a new bill this week to decriminalize drug possession — a policy they hope will serve as a harm reduction tool that can also help address racial disparities in the nation. ‘application. Reps. Logan Nicoll (D) and Selene Colburn (P) introduced the bill, …

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Thumbs up/down | News, Sports, Jobs

Participation in the Bloodmobile Thumbs Up: The Red Cross is facing drastic shortages in the country’s blood supply, so much so that some hospitals are having to ration blood for patients who need it. So it was important that the New Ulm blood drive, held this week, had a good …

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January 14, 2022 – Six communities to receive OAG funding for community-based gun violence prevention programs

Virginia Commonwealth Attorney General’s Office Mark Herring Attorney General 202 North Ninth Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 For media inquiries only, contact: Charlotte Gomer, Communications Director Call: (804)786-1022 Mobile: (804) 512-2552 E-mail: This email address is protected from spam. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ~ Roanoke, Petersburg, Newport News, …

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Palm Desert Begins Board Redistricting Process with Hearing Workshop

Palm Desert’s first public hearing on the redistricting passed without much input from residents Thursday, as city council members heard from the demographer about the process and criteria for redrawing the boundaries based on the new 2020 census population figures. Jann Buller was the only resident to comment, sending a …

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Michigan Brewers Guild hosts Great Beer State Conference in Traverse City

It’s been a tough year and a half for restaurants and breweries during the pandemic, and businesses are hoping to learn from their peers. “We are all optimistic that next year will be better than last year,” said Michigan Brewers Guild executive director Scott Graham. In an uncertain year for …

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Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program Selects Class 13

LEXINGTON, Kentucky. (January 13, 2022) – The Kentucky Agricultural Leadership Program selected 22 people for its Class 13. Based at the University of Kentucky’s College of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, the program provides an intensive leadership development experience for young farmers. and people working in fields related to agriculture. Its …

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Year-round parking discussion continues

Last week I attended one of the many parking roundtables that had been organized by each board member for small group discussions. Mayor Lynn Barbee, City Manager Bruce Oakley and Deputy City Manager Ed Parvin were on hand at City Councilor Deb LeCompte’s meeting to explain why the new parking …

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Great Falls workshop will discuss race, equality, equity and inclusion

GREAT FALLS – Mary Lynne Billy-Old Coyote prepares to participate in an important conversation. “First and foremost, that it’s showing at Great Falls is very important and I think that says a lot about the community; the fact that we care about racial equality and fairness.” Old Coyote said. She …

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DWC announces the return of virtual audiences

Press room PRESS LINE The Workers’ Compensation Division (DWC) announced today that effective January 12, 2022, all hearings will be heard virtually. Until further notice, DWC will hear all trials, privilege trials, expedited hearings and Special Arbitration Unit (SAU) trials by telephone. Additionally, Mandatory Settlement Conferences, Priority Conferences, Status Conferences, …

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Deadline for IBEX Education Conference Proposals Approaching

The deadline for submitting proposals for the IBEX Education Conference 2022 is approaching. The IBEX Education Conference will provide world-class training, workshops and technical seminars to attendees of the 31st IBEX, scheduled for September 27-29, 2022 in Tampa. “IBEX has earned a reputation for providing world-class technical education,” said Anne …

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THE MUNICIPAL COUNCIL AND P AND Z HOLD A WORKSHOP TO REVISE THE PLAN

Brenham’s Director of Developmental Services, Stephanie Doland, reviews the proposed plan for those in attendance on Monday. Brenham City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission held a joint workshop this (Monday) morning to review the proposed roadway plan for the city. Brenham’s Director of Development Services Stephanie Doland reviewed …

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Cisco: Nine Priority Issues for CISOs by 2022

It’s that time of year when we inevitably reflect on the past 12 months, make a list of resolutions to solidify exactly what our priorities should be for the future and how we can best achieve them. In ‘ordinary’ times, you might mingle with your peers at conferences and industry …

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Community Shoot: Eastern Conference All-Star Vote

The 2022 NBA All-Star Game is set to begin on February 20 at the Cavaliers’ arena, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. Will a rider or two make the cut for the first time since James lebron to the West in 2018? Time will tell, even if the odds look good. The Cleveland …

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The Artens seminar on the communication of culture with Aris Asproulis starts on January 12

ATHENS – Using communication technologies and taking all appropriate protective measures, the 22-hour Communication of Culture masterclass offered to Artens by the sociologist, playwright and director of communication and promotion of the art theater Karolos Koun Aris Asproulis, takes place this year in the Artens Seminars buildings, 40 Voukourestiou in …

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Loving people, using things: John Vithoulkas in response to concern over the fate of Greek associations

I would like to thank Dean Kalymniou and Alex Economou for their articles relating to the future of Hellenism in Australia and the position of the many Greek organizations. Beyond everything, I believe we have a future. Organizations such as the Greek Orthodox Church and the Greek community are strong. …

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Central Saanich offers free workshop series to help local businesses recruit and retain employees – Oak Bay News

workshops. (Photo by Janis Jean)” loading=”lazy” srcset=”https://3o232s43vzfttoe202fuvbc1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/27747774_web1_220106-PNR-Central-Saanich-Workshops-centralsaanich_1.jpg 1200w, https://3o232s43vzfttoe202fuvbc1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/27747774_web1_220106-PNR-Central-Saanich-Workshops-centralsaanich_1-300×200.jpg 300w, https://3o232s43vzfttoe202fuvbc1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/27747774_web1_220106-PNR-Central-Saanich-Workshops-centralsaanich_1-1024×683.jpg 1024w, https://3o232s43vzfttoe202fuvbc1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/27747774_web1_220106-PNR-Central-Saanich-Workshops-centralsaanich_1-768×512.jpg 768w, https://3o232s43vzfttoe202fuvbc1-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/27747774_web1_220106-PNR-Central-Saanich-Workshops-centralsaanich_1-640×427.jpg 640w” sizes=”(max-width: 320px) 93vw, (max-width: 639px) 97vw, (max-width: 1023px) 63vw, 640px”/> The Central Saanich District explains how its businesses have been affected by the pandemic by hosting free educational workshops. (Photo by Janis Jean) Central …

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