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Best Online Same-Day Loans with No Credi...

Do you need a same-day loan and have no idea which financial company or credit union is legit? Do you even know where to start? Although it may seem nearly impossible to acquire same-day loans with no credit check, there is always a solution and a way to get the money you need fast. It […]

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Do you have bad credit, but need to get a loan quickly? Well, we have a solution — no-credit-check emergency loans. Whether it is an emergency room trip, a car with a busted tire, or a broken oven, these unexpected circumstances are things we never wish for. Nevertheless, they happen when they least expect it. […]

Carolyn Ruth Tidlund | Obituary

PRESCOTT, AZ—Carolyn Ruth Tidlund, 83, was welcomed home by the Lord on Wednesday, January 26, 2022. Carolyn was born on April 22, 1938 to John and Dorothy Varga. She grew up in Chippewa Falls, WI, and graduated from Chippewa Falls High School in 1956. She went on to earn a degree in education from Taylor […]

Couple’s donation creates public adminis

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. – Nelson Rimensnyder, retired research director of the US House Committee on the District of Columbia and current director of the New Columbia Archives, and his wife, Lisa Nickerson, pledged $312,500 to establish the Rimensnyder Graduate Scholarship for Excellence in Public Administration at Penn State Harrisburg. The couple, who reside in Washington, DC, […]

Boys and Girls Clubs Honor Board Members...

Left: Ryan Smiley, President and CEO of Boys and Girls Clubs, right, presents Jeff Strack of Strack & Van Til with a National Service to Youth award. Strack, whose term is ending, served on the Youth Development Board for 20 years. Right: Michael Simpson of ME Simpson Co., Inc., left, and Ryan Smiley, President and […]

Obituary of Johanna Crawford (1955 – 202

Johanna “Johey” Ruth Crawford Johanna “Johey” Ruth Crawford was born to Carol (Blanchard, Yeager) and Richard (Dick) Crawford at Parkview Hospital in Toledo, Ohio, aptly on the summer solstice of June 21, 1955; a universal cosmic date which personifies the triumph of hope in the midst of darkness. A victim of gun violence, Johey was […]

Trial: Duke attempts to destroy private ...

A lawsuit filed by a Duke doctor claims the university and its healthcare system are undermining the Private Diagnostic Clinic, a private company with 1,850 doctors who work at Duke. 2013 News & Observer file photo Months of tension between Duke University, Duke University Health System and a private group of doctors who work in […]

McCordsville Secures Firefighters Housin...

A modular house provides temporary housing for firefighters at the McCordsville Fire Hall in preparation for a new station scheduled for next year. Mitchell Kirk | Daily reporter McCORDSVILLE – Fire and emergency medical services coverage is now based in McCordsville 24 hours a day for the first time in the city’s history. The town’s […]

Officers return final salute to dedicate...

The Bristol County Sheriff’s Office bade farewell last week to a beloved colleague: Officer K9 Axel, 13. The German Shepherd, who served in the department for about eight years, received a hero farewell. A vigil was held Monday at Chase Farm Veterinary Hospital in Dartmouth, followed by a “final outing” Tuesday at Angel View Pet […]

Applications open for Arizona’s Most Adm

Applications are open for the 2022 Arizona’s Most Admired Companies Awards (MAC). The rewards program is designed to recognize the contributions and impact that all Arizona employers make to our great state. It is Arizona’s most comprehensive and prestigious rewards program. READ ALSO: Celebrating crowd pays homage to 2021’s most admired companies Arizona’s Most Admired […]

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Indigenous Fo...

1. Origins a. This scholarship was created to support a doctoral student who undertakes research in Indigenous foreign policy. b. This scholarship is funded by an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) scholarship. 2. Eligibility a. Applicants must be an Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student, as identified in the University of Sydney policy. […]

Could Federal Chatham School District Re...

Lori Lambert with students from Klukwan School in 2019 (Claire Stremple for KHNS) The Chatham School District received more than $ 700,000 in federal COVID relief funding this year. It was then that the district debated whether to close the Klukwan school due to the low enrollment rate and the loss of state funding. But […]

Activists express concern after Winnipeg...

Manitoba’s largest school division will no longer offer full-time kindergarten and this worries local childcare activists. Eleven schools in the Winnipeg School Division – Norquay, John M. King, Strathcona, Wellington, Harrow, Fort Rouge, Earl Gray, Mulvey, Shaughnessy Park, Lord Selkirk and William Whyte – are participating in what has lasted nearly eight years. long pilot […]

Politics Insiders: Here’s Who Could Get

THROUGH Sydney lake23 November 2021, 21:42 US Senator Charles Schumer talks about the student debt cancellation plan at Hunter College, as seen in April 2021. (Photo by Lev Radin — Pacific Press / LightRocket / Getty Images) There are officially less than 40 days left until the end of 2021, a year that has seen […]

New law to bring the dietary benefits of...

Photo: Ashley A. Smith A UC Berkeley campus pantry offers free groceries for students who need access to food and assistance with CalFresh apps. Photo: Ashley A. Smith A UC Berkeley campus pantry offers free groceries for students who need access to food and assistance with CalFresh apps. Thousands of students in California may soon […]

Jacksonville businesswoman supported by ...

When Stephanie Jones first moved to Jacksonville four years ago, she started hosting quarterly dinners to meet other women in her newly adopted hometown. At first the FLY, or First Love Yourself, events had a “cheerful social atmosphere,” she said, “designed to introduce women to new restaurants in our city, build new relationships, support the […]

Seattle parents and educators protest mo...

Special education staff at Seattle public schools are being reshuffled this fall to meet the needs of students with disabilities and due to declining enrollment – changes that have been greeted with dismay by over 100 parents and educators who protested before a school board meeting began on Wednesday. No one loses their job, but […]

Pacific Dental Services Launches Academi...

The dental support organization is the first in its industry to pay for its employees to receive college education. Posted: October 26, 2021 at 6:00 a.m. EDT|Update: 29 minutes ago IRVINE, Calif., October 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Leading Dental Support Organization Pacific Dental Services® (PDS) announced the launch of its College advancement program, […]

Poplarville bedroom banquet – Picayune o

The Poplarville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet on October 19 to recognize outstanding members of the Poplarville community. Citizen of the Year was awarded to Dr. Carolyn Tedford. Tedford went from a GED to a Masters in Education and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and Research from William Carey University. She […]

Obituary – Brian Andrew Rice

Brian Andrew Rice In memory of Brian Andrew Rice ~ September 11, 2021 Brian Andrew Rice, originally from Worcester and California, died on Saturday 9/11/21 from a sudden and devastating stroke surrounded by his family and partner Astrid Haenebalcke. He was 50 years old. Brian was a fiercely independent adventurer and entrepreneur who was an […]

Business News – Newly Hired, Retired, Pr

Retirement and hiring AARP recently announced that Glenda DuBoise was chosen to serve as the new Kansas State Director. She will oversee the operations of the Kansas office, which includes a team of four full-time employees and an eight-person volunteer advisory executive board. They work on behalf of Kansans aged 50 and over, including nearly […]

Caring father climbs Everest in memory o...

A dedicated father climbs Everest in memory of the ‘always smiling’ boy he lost at 18 months and raises money for the charity that helped him get through his grief. Sales manager Danny Kenworthy, 45, and his wife Nicola, 41, a speech-language pathologist, were devastated when their son, Henry, was diagnosed with Noonan syndrome – […]

Ravinia – Director of Brand, Marketing a

Ravinia®, North America’s oldest and most diverse music festival, features over 140 different events throughout the summer. These concerts range from Yo-Yo Ma and John Legend to the annual summer residence of the country’s best orchestra, The Chicago Symphony. Ravinia’s Reach Teach Play programs serve more than 75,000 adults and children across Chicagoland and are […]

Gerlich announces additions to Lady Raid...

LUBBOCK, Texas – Texas Tech Lady Raider Basketball Coach Krista gerlich announced several additions to program staff on Friday. Erik DeRoo is joining the program as director of player development, while Darrius Mazyck has been promoted to full-time video coordinator after his similar role as graduate assistant last season. Additionally, Landon Gomez, former Lady Raider […]

Foundations offer cities to help convinc...

A year ago, Robin Bruce never thought she would live in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and would love that. That was before she took advantage of a program, largely funded by the Walton Family Foundation, that offers $ 10,000 incentives to attract new residents to the Ozarks. Bruce, singer, visual artist and writer, was eligible for the […]

Fox’s Vaccine Criticism Draws Attention

NEW YORK >> Constant criticism of COVID-19 vaccine mandates by numbers on Fox News has drawn attention to his own company’s strict rules on the subject – even from President Joe Biden. The president was denounced as “authoritarian” and “chief divider” on Fox last week after announcing new efforts to force more Americans to get […]

Bridge name changes among invoices sent ...

Among the bills handed to Governor Andrew Cuomo for approval this week include those renaming two bridges at Randolph in honor of Sgt. David Lockwood and Corp. William James Hillard. Both bills were sponsored by Sen. George Borrello, R-Sunset Bay, and Congressman Joe Giglio, R-Gowanda, and passed with overwhelming bipartisan support earlier this year. Lockwood […]

Ohio State Adds Social Worker to Help Un...

Ohio State University is working with community partners to recruit a full-time social worker dedicated to helping vulnerable people with housing in the off-campus area. Hiring is one of many university initiatives designed to support the neighborhoods and residents surrounding the Ohio State Campus. Starting this summer, a social worker from Southeast Healthcare will work […]