John Hantla retires after 40 years of service at Goodwill of the Great Plains

SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – It’s a tradition that has continued for 79 years in Sioux City and it takes place again this Saturday, December 4th. That’s when Goodwill of the Great Plains will distribute new shoes, socks, hats and mittens to children in need at its shoe and mittens night. …

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Continue to truck | Hits and failures | Salt lake city

Click to enlarge Life goes on’A News from Déseret The reader had the right question: “Why would a port in Southern California send cargo destined for the eastern United States via Salt Lake City when the ports in Arizona offer a more direct route?” This, of course, had to do …

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Indoor Positioning and Navigation Systems Market To Reach US Dollar

WASHINGTON, December 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Advantageous market research stated in their report that the indoor positioning and navigation systems market is expected to reach $ 35.65 billion by 2028, more and more CAGR of 39.45% from 2021 to 2028. The report is titled as- “Indoor Positioning and Navigation …

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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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Halawa guards work 40-50 straight hours as absences and vacancies increase

HONOLULU (KHON2) – A state lawmaker raises a red flag at Halawa Prison over what he calls the health and safety risks of overworked and understaffed prison officers. State Senator Kurt Fevella, the Senate Minority Leader, made an unannounced visit to the jail and said he discovered that many were …

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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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Turmoil hits anti-poverty group as report challenges contracts

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (AP) – A poverty alleviation agency in Alabama’s most populous county has lost its contract to run the county’s Head Start program for underprivileged preschoolers and tells local officials that ‘She needs an injection of $ 3 million to avoid going bankrupt after temporarily missing payroll. The Jefferson …

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Potter and Randall County Sheriffs Join Fight Against Porch Hacking

While Christmas is known as the season of gifts, with the proliferation of online shopping, it is also a season of opportunity for parcel thieves. Expanding their mission of serving and protecting the community, the Randall and Potter County Sheriff’s Departments allow residents to ship packages to their facilities for …

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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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Can low wages be taxed in poverty? – NBC 6 South Florida

After months and months of ongoing debate over the various plans and proposals being considered in Washington DC, it is rare to see a new argument emerge. But during an October 30, 2021 appearance on MSNBC, U.S. Representative Gwen Moore, D-Milwaukee, pleaded for support for President Joe Biden’s Build Back …

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