Recordkeeping

Blake will run against Ogden for the position of sheriff

Retired Oak Bluffs Police Chief Erik Blake will run against incumbent Dukes County Sheriff Robert Ogden for the Democratic nomination for sheriff. The showdown will be decided in the state primary on Sept. 6. Debra O’Malley, spokeswoman for Secretary of State William Galvin, confirmed the island’s worst-kept secret on Monday: …

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Brazilian Amazon deforestation hits record high for April

RIO DE JANEIRO — Deforestation detected in the Brazilian Amazon broke all records for the month of April, and this follows similar new records set in January and February, reflecting a worrying increase in destruction in a state deep in the forest. tropical. Satellite deforestation alerts for April matched more …

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MCHS FFA students receive state diplomas at state convention

ANDERSON — Five MCHS students received their state diplomas, the highest diploma offered to Future Farmers of America high school students, at the Missouri State Convention in late April. Emily Hutton, a professor of agriculture at MCHS, said she took 27 students to the state’s annual convention, only five of …

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HR Hotline: What happens when an employee is mistakenly classified as exempt? |

Q: I employ a longtime executive assistant who is mad at me because I recently changed her pay status from salaried to hourly. I did this because a review of our personnel practices revealed that several of our employees, including this one, were incorrectly classified as exempt. She is now …

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Charles Schwab (NYSE:SCHW) PT reduced to $123.00

Charles Schwab (NYSE: SCHW – Get a rating) saw its price target lowered by Morgan Stanley stock research analysts from $132.00 to $123.00 in a report on Monday, Benzinga reports. The brokerage currently has an “overweight” rating on shares of the financial services provider. Morgan Stanley’s target price would indicate …

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Saratoga leads new national 4x1600m leader at New York relays

The national outdoor record holders were back in action for the longest relay on the track, with Saratoga tackling the 4x1600m at the New York Relays. Running the same formation as their winning 4xMile team in the 2021 Outdoor Nationals and 2022 Indoor Nationals, the girls took the title in …

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US Regulators Crack Down on Electronic Communications Retention – Corporate/Commercial Law

As technology continues to evolve and new ways of electronic communication emerge, businesses face increased compliance challenges and increased regulatory risk. With more employees working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a significant increase in the use of text messages, chats, and online meetings to conduct business. …

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How often does it snow on Easter in Chicago? – NBC Chicago

Easter Sunday is traditionally considered a celebration of spring, full of bright colors and blooming flowers, but winter still makes its presence felt at times and could do so again late Sunday and Monday in the Chicago area. Forecast models predict clouds to increase throughout the afternoon on Sunday, giving …

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IDOA ANNOUNCES PERMANENT DICAMBA RULES

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – The Illinois Department of Agriculture (IDOA) today announced permanent state-specific restrictions for the use of dicamba on soybeans. The permanent restrictions remained unchanged from the 2020 and 2021 growing seasons. IDOA’s proposed administrative rules were published in the Secretary of State’s Journal Illinois Registry last December, allowing …

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Job: Project Manager at Jemi Neil Consulting

Jemi Neil Consulting (JNC) is a human and business solutions company. We are a human resources consulting firm with a particular focus on executing various strategic initiatives so that our clients get the best out of their human resources. We offer end-to-end HR solution services ranging from business consulting, HR …

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Agency information gathering activities; Submission to OMB review; Request for comment; Affordable Care Act Grandfathered Health Plan Disclosure, Record Keeping Requirement, and Operator Disclosure Amendment

ABSTRACT: The Ministry of Labor (DOL) submits this Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA)-sponsored information collection request (ICR) au Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and approval under the Paper Burden Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA). Public comments on the ICR are invited. DATES: OMB will review all written …

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Practice Acquisitions: Key Legal and Regulatory Considerations for Private Equity Firms and Physicians | Morgana Lewis

Since 2016, there has been a strong overall upward trend in both the size and volume of healthcare services transactions. After recovering from a decline in 2020 due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 saw growth of over 50%, with a particularly strong recovery in medical practice acquisitions. …

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What is Preventive Maintenance?

As the old saying goes, an ounce of prevention is better than cure. This could be described as the mantra of Preventive Maintenance (PM), a method of maintenance involving regular servicing of machinery and other assets to keep them in good working order. If the day-to-day operations of your small …

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Crapo: ATF record keeping and financing | Columnists

As participants in the decisions made in Congress, the people of Idaho reach out to me with valuable input on issues facing our country. I publish information on various issues of importance on my website, crapo.senate.gov. Concerns about the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) are among the …

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AI and Jobs: Tracking California’s Proposed Employer and Automated Decision-Making Regulations | Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP

California is among the first states to propose expressly regulating employers’ use of algorithms and artificial intelligence. In a virtual public meeting on March 25, 2022, the California Fair Employment and Housing Council discussed proposed regulatory changes that would address the use of artificial intelligence by employers and third parties …

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Florida hits 90% one-shot vaccine percentage for adults

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Florida became the 18th state to pass the 90% vaccination percentage for adults receiving at least one COVID-19 shot, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday. Also Monday, the state reported to the CDC 870 cases, one week after …

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How to keep records on your farm

An old adage from my parents can be loosely translated as “business fails because of bad bookkeeping.” Contemporary business practices also emphasize the need for proper records, which can be analyzed and used as the basis for decision-making. It’s a good practice, isn’t it? Let’s go back home, and by …

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City of Cleveland earns top ranking for audit

City of Cleveland Chief Financial Officer Leslie Herrera and City Manager Stacy Williams hold certificates from the Government Finance Officers Association that show the city achieved the highest possible ranking in its 2020-2021 audit . The City of Cleveland earned the highest possible ranking for its 2020-2021 audit, according to …

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Spectrum CEO to Testify Before Senate HELP Committee | national

TACOMA, Wash., March 22, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Spectrum Pension Consultants, Inc. (“Spectrum”) today announced that its Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Petros Koumantaros (“Petros”), will testify before a US Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (the “Committee”) hearing in favor of retirement security. The Committee hearing, …

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How a team effort to improve healthcare with the help of AI paid off

Jhis project began with a tricky problem. Imaging tests that revealed unexpected problems – such as suspicious lung nodules – were ignored by busy caregivers, and patients who needed follow-up fast weren’t getting it. After months of discussion, health system leaders at Northwestern University have united around a heady solution: …

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BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS plan to create a new service provider specializing in issuer services

CREDIT AGRICOLE SA Paris, March 18, 2022 PRESS RELEASE BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS plan to create a new specialist provider of issuer services BNP Paribas Securities Services and CACEIS have signed a draft agreement to consolidate their services to issuers within a joint venture owned equally by the …

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GOP tensions rise as Arizona Senate votes against other election bills | Kingman Miner Daily

PHOENIX — The Arizona Senate on Monday rejected other election bills, many of which create criminal penalties for missteps by election officials that stem from Senate Republicans’ scrutiny of the 2020 election. The failure of more than half a dozen election bills came amid a tense row between Republicans who …

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Indiana Farmers Embrace Organic as Demand for Produce Rises | Local News

ANDERSON — For Sam Johnson, organic farming isn’t just a practical way to protect the environment. It is also an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. “My main reason for doing this is just to get away from all these problems that we have with herbicide and pesticide resistance,” Johnson …

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SEC Investigates Record-Keeping Breaches Resulting From Use of Personal Emails and Messages | Bilzin Sumberg

In recent weeks, several major U.S. financial institutions have disclosed to investors that the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and/or the Commodities Future Trading Commission (“CFTC”) are investigating alleged use by employees of institutions of unapproved messaging methods, including text messages and personal emails, to conduct official business. In …

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Spring Hill fire chief fired for ‘poor record keeping’ | SpringHill Homepage

Longtime Spring Hill Fire Chief Terry Hood was fired by the City of Spring Hill on Tuesday following what the city called “poor record keeping resulting in potential liability to the city.” Both the city and the SHFD released the following statement on their social media pages at 9:42 p.m. …

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Death toll tops 6 million for pandemic now in its 3rd year

BANGKOK (AP) — The official global death toll from COVID-19 topped 6 million on Monday — underscoring that the pandemic, now entering its third year, is far from over. The milestone, recorded by Johns Hopkins University, is the latest tragic reminder of the relentless nature of the pandemic even as …

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Adams County urges treasurer to account for $215 million

DENVER — Adams County has been on hold with County Treasurer Lisa Culpepper for months now. The commissioners openly questioned whether Culpepper was incompetent, and people who trust him to handle their affairs agree with the commissioners’ line of thinking. “I sent out five different property tax checks for five …

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Capozzi Adler Lands Settlement with Land O’ Lakes

Capozzi Adler reached another excessive fee settlement with a billion-dollar plan. This lawsuit was filed by participant-plaintiffs Craig Parmer and Mark A. Laurance against the trustees of the Land O’ Lakes Employees’ Supplemental Savings and Retirement Plan in May 2020. In particular, they claimed that the defendants trustees of the …

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March 1 marks spring on (some) calendars – NBC New York

“When does spring begin? is a more confusing question than you might think. Turns out it depends on who you ask. When does spring start? March 1 or March 20? Most people can say that March 20, the date of this year’s vernal equinox, marks the beginning of spring in …

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After the landslides in Brazil, grief and faith among the ruins

PETROPOLIS, Brazil — Every day, Alex Sandro Condé leaves the shelter he’s been staying in since deadly landslides devastated his impoverished mountainside neighborhood and searches for others who have suffered losses. He doesn’t have to search hard. Condé can’t even walk a block without stopping to put his hand on …

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Columbia Department of Psychiatry Chairman Fired for Calling Sudanese Model a ‘Monster of Nature’

On Wednesday, Columbia University terminated its psychiatry department because it posted a racially insensitive retweet about the South Sudanese model Nyakim Gatwetch, reports the Huffington Post. Jeffrey Liberman is no longer the head of the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia’s Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons nor the chief psychiatrist …

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Manage cyberforts! – SEC proposes new cybersecurity regulations for RIAs and funds

As cybersecurity incidents increase in frequency and notoriety, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) aims to strengthen cybersecurity regulations across the financial industry, including registered investment advisers with the SEC (“RIA”) and registered investment companies and business development companies (collectively, the “Funds”).[1] On February 9, 2022, the SEC proposed …

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Robert Van Art Obituary (1948 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Robert Paul Van Art, Jr. May 18, 1948 – February 19, 2022 Charlotte, NC – Mr. Robert Paul Van Art, Jr., 73, husband of Denise Jamison Van Art, died Saturday, February 19, 2022 after a long illness. He was born May 18, 1948 in Woodbury, New Jersey, the son of …

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Soy-based dairy technology may not be cost effective in

URBANA, Ill. – Soy is a promising crop for developing countries, due to its high protein and oil content. Over the past few decades, aid organizations and policy makers have promoted soy processing technologies such as the soy cow, which extracts milk from soybeans. But a new study from the …

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Just the Facts • The Malibu Times

Dear Editor, A few days ago, the city of Malibu released the official report of an investigation that dismissed the former city manager’s claims that I subjected her to unlawful harassment – which the report explains as a legal term that encompasses various forms of discrimination based on sex. As …

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MLB lawyer says minor league players shouldn’t be paid during spring training | Launderer’s report

John E. Moore III/Getty Images Major League Baseball does not believe minor league players should be paid during spring training. In a federal court appearance on Friday, a league attorney said minor league players should be considered interns during spring training and as such should not be paid. according to …

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White House records obtained so far by the Jan. 6 committee show no record of calls to and from Trump during a riot

The tapes the House Select Committee obtained do not contain entries of phone calls between the president and lawmakers that have been widely reported in the press. Trump was known to make calls using personal cell phones, which may be the cause. Two of the sources, who also reviewed the …

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Catalytic converter theft bill removes another hurdle and passes Senate Ways and Means Committee

By The Staff of The Chronicle A bill to crack down on the theft of catalytic converters passed the Senate Ways and Means Committee on Monday. Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, of the Nineteenth Legislative District, who sponsored Senate Bill 5495, believes the bill remains the best defense against the rapidly …

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Qld premier changes course on allegations | The standard

news, latest news The Premier of Queensland admits her response to allegations of interference with official record keeping “could have been done better”, but she is resisting calls for an integrity inquiry. Former State Archivist Mike Summerell says he has repeatedly raised concerns about interference, which could lead to parliament …

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Dry weather clings to forecast until mid-February

Another brilliantly colored dawn on Saturday as another dry weekend arrives. While the eastern half of the country is hammered by wild weather, western Nevada remains dry as high pressure has barred the door to the storm trail. “Expect warm afternoons and cool mornings with occasional mountain breezes and valley …

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EPA seeks SER representatives for SBAR panel

Related practices and jurisdictions Thursday, February 3, 2022 The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announcement on February 2, 2022, that it invites small businesses, governments, and nonprofits to participate as Small Entity Representatives (SERs) on a Small Business Defense Review Panel (SBAR). The panel will focus on the EPA’s development …

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Council Member Calls For New Oversight Of Duke Ellington After Sexual Abuse Allegations – NBC4 Washington

A DC Council member is calling for changes to oversight at Duke Ellington School of the Arts just days after a News4 I-Team investigation raised questions about how the school, school district and community police dealt with sexual abuse complaints against the same teacher years apart. Brooke Pinto, a council …

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WIDER PICTURE- Separated at the US-Mexico border, the family finally reunites

On a Tuesday in January, four years after US authorities snatched Maria Hernandez from her daughters and sent her back to Honduras, she returned to the United States – this time with the blessing of the US government. At Los Angeles International Airport, Nicole, now 7, greeted her mother …

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Michigan deaths in 2020, first year of COVID, exceeded births – The Oakland Press

LANSING (AP) — Deaths exceeded births in Michigan in 2020, a rare outcome influenced by COVID-19, statistics show. “We can blame a lot of the deaths on COVID,” demographer Kurt Metzger told the Detroit Free Press, “but the fact is the trend of rising deaths and falling births is a …

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Oil Rally Accelerates as WTI Heads for Sixth Weekly Advance

(Bloomberg) — Oil headed for a sixth straight weekly gain, with prices trading near a seven-year high on signs of robust global demand. Bloomberg’s Most Read West Texas Intermediate rose above $87 a barrel, taking its lead this week to more than 2%. The U.S. benchmark hit its highest level …

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OSHA recognizes the reality; withdraws ETS COVID-19 vaccination and testing | Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Synopsis of Seyfarth: OSHA has removed its private employer COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing ETS, effective Tuesday, January 25, 2022. On Tuesday, January 25, 2022, the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) announcement the withdrawal of its temporary emergency standard for vaccination and testing for COVID-19 (“ETS”). The Federal Register …

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OFCCP Week in Review: January 2022 #4 | Direct Employers Association

Friday, Jan. 21, 2022: Biden administration’s vaccination efforts limited to sole mandate for healthcare workers as court orders executive order requiring federal employees to be vaccinated In the latest losing streak for the Biden administration’s efforts to vaccinate the American workforce, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of …

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OSHA Regulations and Temporary Emergency Standards: Your Questions Answered | Safety+Health

UPDATE: Supreme Court suspends OSHA’s ETS on COVID-19 OSHA’s recent Temporary Emergency COVID-19 Standards have drawn attention to — and created confusion about — how emergency and traditional OSHA standards work. On December 17, the 6th United States Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the agency’s HTA on COVID-19 vaccination, testing …

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Moving 50-year-old Indian war memorial sparks controversy

NEW DELHI (AP) — The Indian government on Friday moved a memorial flame lit 50 years ago to honor Indian soldiers killed in a 1971 war with Pakistan to a new national war memorial opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi almost three years ago. The move sparked strong protests from …

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Etta Hadden Trussell Obituary (2022) – Orangeburg, SC

Etta Hadden Trussell, 84, of Orangeburg, South Carolina, died Jan. 15, 2022. She was the wife of Donald E. Trussell.A funeral service will be held at 3 p.m., Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Limestone United Methodist Church Cemetery with the Reverend Don Studebaker officiating. The family will receive the friends …

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Alberta pharmacist suspended and facing $40,000 fines for ‘unprofessional’ record keeping practices

An Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) Hearing Tribunal found Irricana pharmacist Anamaria Muresan guilty of unprofessional conduct related to unethical record keeping. IRRICANA – Pharmacist Anamaria Muresan has been suspended for four months and forced to pay more than $40,000 in fines, after an Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) court …

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Irricana pharmacist suspended and faces $40,000 fine due to ‘unprofessional’ record keeping practices

Irricana Remedy’s RX pharmacist, Anamaria Muresan, has been suspended for four months and forced to pay $40,000 in fines, after an Alberta College of Pharmacy (ACP) court hearing found her guilty of unprofessional conduct related to unethical behavior. Irricana pharmacist Anamaria Muresan has been suspended for four months and forced …

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Fires, drought and heat cost the North West billions in 2021

January 12, 2022 5:32 p.m. Job : January 12, 2022 5:32 p.m. Update: January 12, 2022 6:26 p.m. SPOKANE, Wash. — A Commerce Department report estimates that Washington and Idaho lost between $1.35 billion and $2.6 billion in 2021 due to weather disasters. In the whole of the Pacific Northwest …

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The biggest climate and weather disasters of 2021 cost US $ 145 billion

By Stacy Morford, The conversation Disasters have continued to occur throughout 2021, from the destruction of Hurricane Ida across Louisiana and the northeast to devastating wildfires in the west and devastating storms, tornadoes and flooding. Nearly half of the United States was in a drought, and extreme temperature spikes disrupted …

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State climatologist: Texas experienced hottest December on record, with climate change a contributing factor

AUSTIN (KXAN) – State climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon announced that Texas had its hottest December since at least 1889. The official state record for the previous hottest December was December 1933 at 53.3 degrees and once the data is finalized December 2021 could go into the record books with an average …

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Execution appears as messages disappear: the dangers of personal and ephemeral messages | Eversheds Sutherland (United States) LLP

On December 17, 2021, a financial institution agreed to pay the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission a $ 200 million fine for allowing employees to discuss business on their personal devices without preserving these communications. . The financial institution was accused of failing to maintain …

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Climate modeling confirms historic records showing increase in hurricane activity

Traces of the Atlantic hurricanes from 1851 to 2019. Credit: Wikimedia Commons / NASA / NOAA When predicting how storms may change in the future, it helps to know something about their past. Judging by historical records dating back to the 1850s, hurricanes in the North Atlantic have become more …

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Fewer Nebraska Road Fatalities in 2021 as National Numbers Soar | Crime-and-Courts

Here are some tips to help you drive safely. The number of people killed on Nebraska’s roads fell in 2021 as the death toll rose nationwide, but two state security experts still see improvements to be made here. Motor vehicle crashes on Nebraska roads as of Friday morning claimed the …

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Year in Review 2021: High Impact Richmond Weather Included Ice Storms, Flash Floods, and Developing Drought | Weather

Hurricane Ida: August 29 to September 1 Hurricane Ida made landfall on August 29, 2021 NOAA Crashing on the Louisiana Gulf Coast repeatedly on August 29 as a Category 4 hurricane, it was one of three recorded hurricanes to make landfall in Louisiana with winds over 150 mph . Hurricane …

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Top 10, n ° 5 | Arcata doctor charged with overprescribing opioids gets probation – Times-Standard

Editor’s Note: According to times-standard.com readers, these were Humboldt County’s 10 best stories of 2021. Arcata doctor Corinne Basch, charged with over-prescribing drugs in 2019, was placed on probation in January 2021 by the state medical board and said she only agreed to the settlement to avoid a costly legal …

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Connecticut Cities Begin Deployment of 3 Million COVID-19 Test Kits

CONNECTICUT – Municipalities across the state are scrambling to establish distribution operations to handle the more than 3 million COVID-19 rapid home tests and 6 million N95 masks originating in Hartford. Free distributions to residents will begin on Thursday. Lamont said Monday that cities and local health departments will receive …

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UCR fees are due January 1

The application of the unified carrier registration year 2022 begins on January 1. Registrations for 2022 opened on October 1. The fees for 2022 are the same as for the previous year. the DUKE is an annual permit that most motor carriers must pay for if they have an active …

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Realtimecampaign.com explains how to choose the right software to measure the impact of nonprofits

Nonprofits can do a lot of good in their communities and beyond. However, to do this good, they need the continued support of their communities, donors and more. One of the best ways to get new media and maintain current media is to use the right software. Good software for …

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Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families: Vaccine and Mask Requirements to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19 in Head Start Programs

B-333809 December 13, 2021 The Honorable Patty MurrayPresidentThe Honorable Richard BurrRanking MemberCommittee on Health, Education, Work and PensionsUnited States Senate The Honorable Robert C. “Bobby” ScottPresidentThe Honorable Virginie FoxxRanking MemberEducation and Labor CommissionHouse of Representatives Topic: Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families: Vaccine and Mask …

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Sixth Circuit Lifts OSHA Vaccination Mandate Suspension

Saturday, December 18, 2021 In the last chapter of the dizzying fight against private employers’ vaccine mandates, on December 17, 2021, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal lifted the suspension of a sister appeals court to the Occupational requirement. Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that employers with 100 or more …

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Stock Futures Under Pressure As Tech Stock Selling Continues

BY THE NUMBERS Tech stocks continued to fall before market on Friday, a day after being crushed and pushing the Nasdaq down nearly 2.5%. The S&P 500 fell nearly 1% on Thursday and the Dow Jones, which had been higher earlier in Thursday’s session, closed 0.08% lower. The Nasdaq plunge …

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Have you appointed successor trustees? | Adler Pollock & Sheehan PC

It is generally not enough to appoint an executor to manage your estate after your death or to appoint a trustee to administer a trust. Choosing qualified people to fill these roles takes careful thought and analysis, but that’s only half the battle. For better protection, consider choosing a “successor …

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Research Associate, Employment in Maternal and Fetal Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology with NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE

job description The nominee will support projects related to maternal and fetal medicine with a focus on the role of the placenta in maternal endocrine disorders such as gestational diabetes. The National University of Singapore is calling for applications for a research associate in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department of …

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Third wave of gun control laws possible in NJ package

NEW JERSEY – Mandatory safety training for gun owners. A ban on .50 caliber or larger weapons. Creation of standards for school marksmanship exercises. And an effort to “hold the gun industry to account.” These are some of the changes that will take place in New Jersey if a set …

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OAU student dies: Police did not tell family about autopsy report – late Timothy’s brother

Mr Gbade Adegoke, the older brother of Timothy Oludare, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) student at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, who mysteriously died after staying at the Hilton Hotels and Resort, said police had not informed the family about the report of the autopsy performed on the deceased. Gbade …

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OSHA ETS Remains Suspended As Litigation Extends Beyond 1st Deadline | Lowndes

The OSHA vaccination or testing mandate for large employers (the “ETS”) is expected to remain in effect until the first deadline, yesterday, December 6, 2021. This first deadline would have required employers to have 100 employees or more to start complying with all ETSs. requirements (apart from applying the immunize …

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Tony Elliott and Dan Radakovich could be next to leave Clemson

Clemson offensive coordinator Tony Elliott works with tight end Will Blackston (43) during Tiger’s spring training on Friday, March 5, 2021. Bart Boatwright / Special to The State BART BOATWRIGHT Special to the State While several reports on Sunday night indicated that Brent Venables, Clemson Defensive Coordinator took the job …

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CNX Pleads Criminal Charges for Misrepresenting Washington County Air Pollution

Attorney General’s Office investigation turned into neighbor complaint Reid frazier Reid R. Frazier is an energy reporter for The Allegheny Front, a Pittsburgh-based public outlet that covers the environment in Pennsylvania. His work has been shown on NPR and Marketplace. December 3, 2021 | 8:19 p.m. CNX Resources Corporation has …

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China’s Initial Draft Online Data Security Management Regulations: Important Takeaways | Alston & Bird

On November 14, 2021, the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published a draft Online Data Security Management Regulation (the “Regulations”) for Chinese data privacy and security laws, including Cybersecurity Act (CSL), Data Security Act (DSL), and Personal Information Protection Act (LPIP). In accordance with these laws, the Regulations broadly apply …

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As North Platte experiences hottest fall on record, coldest is yet to come | Local

The mild, continuous weather of North Platte provides ideal conditions for utility crews to complete the hanging of Christmas decorations on the street lights. This worker prepares for the top of a spinning bucket truck Tuesday morning after setting up one near the North Platte Eagles Club at 620 N. …

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BREC hit by $ 7,600 loss in unresolved theft act

BATON ROUGE – A recent audit by the East Baton Rouge Parish Recreation and Parks Commission (BREC), revealed a blatant act of theft that has not yet been resolved as well as several discrepancies in the record keeping of BREC’s share, according to the Louisiana Office of the Legislative Auditor. …

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3 deaths, 374 new cases of COVID-19 in ND, active cases statewide are 2,927

The North Dakota Department of Health on Saturday morning confirmed 374 new cases of COVID-19 in the state in testing on Nov. 26, bringing the total number of positives since testing began to 161,093. The number of currently active COVID-19 cases in the state stood at 2,927 as of November …

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Industry first as Canadian mineral exploration company helps Indigenous communities

Angkor Resources Corp., a Canadian company engaged in mineral and oil / gas exploration in the Kingdom, said the implementation of its unprecedented industry agreement with the indigenous Jarai communities of northeastern Cambodia is on a “good start”. The company reported the ongoing construction of a community and administrative center …

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How to Design Indigenous Housing to Withstand Climate Change

Take the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands in northwest South Australia, where maximum temperatures are rising. Summer periods of sustained high temperatures start earlier and last longer. A rapidly warming planet presents a significant challenge for the design, delivery and maintenance of habitable housing across Australia. Yet few analyzes consider …

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How automated invoice payment software simplifies and secures your customers’ back office processes

Bill.com makes it easier for you to explain the benefits of automated bill payment technology to your customers. Photo courtesy of Maksym Kaharlytskyi via Unsplash The invention of the barcode and scanner did for supermarkets exactly what automated bill payment does for family offices and wealth management companies. How? ‘Or’ …

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How NFT Blockchain Is A New World Order Brewing For Art Like Never Before

The past decade has witnessed an unprecedented change in the way people around the world approach money and finances. When blockchain technology, the holy grail of record keeping systems, arrived 10 years ago, it paved the way for cryptocurrency. READ ALSO: Amitabh Bachchan to sell NFTs, throws weight behind crypto …

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Yukon Medical Association doctors say new file sharing system failed – Yukon News

The Yukon Medical Association (YMA) condemned the territory’s new system for sharing medical records and recommended that the service be suspended and replaced. WAN, which represents a group of physicians from the Yukon, passed a resolution at its annual general meeting on November 5. Doctors gave the electronic health record …

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US Pentagon fails fourth audit but sees steady progress

The Pentagon logo is seen behind the podium in the Pentagon Briefing Room in Arlington, Virginia, United States, January 8, 2020. REUTERS / Al Drago / File Photo WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 (Reuters) – The US Pentagon has recorded its fourth comprehensive audit failure, reflecting systems and accounting issues as the …

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Electronic Communications Compliance in Light of SEC Scan

Gurbir Grewal, the new director of the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission, gave a wide speech in October, providing his perspective on compliance and covering topics ranging from Reg BI to electronic communications record keeping. A few days later the news of the The horizontal scan of …

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CCC enters the digital age with new management software

Twin Cities based concierge company, CCC, uses technology to take its internal operations and customer service to a new level. MINNEAPOLIS, MN, United States, November 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Commercial Cleaning Contractors (CCC) has been providing premier janitorial services in Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN since 2008. This year, CCC …

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What is a digital currency?

As the digital economy continues to grow, the use of digital currency is also increasing rapidly. Digital currency is money in electronic form exchanged for goods and services without the use of physical money such as banknotes or coins. Technology develops and evolves, and as a result, digital currency is …

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Implementing a systems-based intervention could eliminate racial disparities in cancer and improve survival in all populations

Researchers believe that a systems-based intervention could reduce or even eliminate racial differences in cancer treatment completion and improve outcomes. According to the results of the ACCURE study (NCT01954641) presented in American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) Annual Meeting 2021. The ACCURE trial evaluated the use of a community-created intervention …

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See how much rain fell in Sacramento, Northern California

A powerful storm that hit Sacramento on Sunday brought heavy precipitation to the Sacramento area. And total precipitation is expected to build up throughout the evening, according to the forecast. According to the National Weather Service, Sacramento received a record amount of precipitation over a 24-hour period during the last …

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Note Take Chromebooks Easier With Cursive

Have you ever tried Cursive, Google’s web app for taking handwritten notes? Here’s how you can install it and use it on your Chromebook. Cursive is a progressive web application (PWA) introduced by Google with the release of HP Chromebook x2 11. You can use this application to take handwritten …

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Lake Ontario outflows increased by tip | Local News

Lake Ontario outflows have been increased above the amount set by Plan 2014. The process began on Saturday and will continue for approximately eight weeks to bring Lake Ontario water levels back to where they would have been if flow deviations were not necessary earlier this year. The drought conditions …

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The business of agriculture | To free

My grandparents got exactly one paycheck a year, usually in mid-August when they took the calves to market. I was probably 5 or 6 years old the first time I was able to attend the auction and sit in the gallery while the cattle were auctioned in lots. I don’t …

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UPS STORE LOCATIONS IN SAN DIEGO – NBC 7 San Diego

UPS Store® stores in San Diego are gearing up for the busy holiday season. Many of the more than 70 franchise establishments around San Diego are looking to hire customer service associates; Interested job seekers can inquire at their local The UPS Store to confirm whether the franchisee is hiring …

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USDA Introduces Insurance Policy for Farmers Who Sell Locally

Rapid City Journal, The (SD) The US Department of Agriculture launches a new insurance option specifically for smallholder agricultural producers who sell locally. New Micro farm The policy simplifies record keeping and covers post-production costs like washing and value-added products. USDA Risk management agency created this new policy based on …

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The hospital staff crisis causes a change of insurance | New

ALBANY – Business groups and the insurance industry say a state directive temporarily suspending the pre-authorization requirement for surgeries and other medical procedures is likely to increase the cost of health care plans for them. employers and their staff. Under a general directive issued by Gov. Kathy Hochul’s administration last …

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New CFPB Rules Define Mortgage Agent Requirements in Response to End of Moratorium on COVID-19 Foreclosures | Snell & Wilmer

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) announcedpost-COVID-19 mortgage loan management rules which entered into force on August 31, 2021 (the “Rules”). The rules are designed to protect borrowers from “avoidable foreclosures” and impose new “procedural guarantees” that loan managers must follow now that the moratorium on COVID-19 foreclosures has expired. …

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