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Brain disease and stigma | News, Sports, Jobs

Recently in our community, much attention has been paid to the growing need for clinicians and hospitals equipped to meet the needs of our mental health crisis, and the issue of stigma which acts as a barrier to seeking care. . Our 36-year-old son, who was elected by …

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Health Matters: The Mysterious Midfoot Pain | News, Sports, Jobs

Conway McLean, DPM It’s the story of Sue, a middle-aged, hard-working person with a busy family and a healthy social life. Sue had just turned 50, a traumatic age, and it wasn’t going well. She was recently told she had high blood pressure and was pre-diabetic, …

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Bad smell of spring | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Dan and Lin Dzurisin. A striped skunk is depicted. Last week I walked into the house and it didn’t smell good. There was a characteristic musky smell just inside my kitchen door, which really worried me. It was the characteristic smell of a skunk. …

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Ukrainian woman finds refuge on the island of the valley | News, Sports, Jobs

Olena Chopa (left to right) is pictured with Igor Chopa, Kathleen MacDonald, Barclay MacDonald, Vladlena Bugay, Sergiy Bugay and Milana Bugay. The families went out to Hana on March 1. The MacDonalds, who hosted Vladlena Bugay as a Ukrainian exchange student in 2004, invited the family to come to Maui …

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Spreading Good Costs Nothing But Makes Everything Better | News, Sports, Jobs

We’re in awe of Anna Dravland, the founder of Spread Goodness Day – who is today. Dravland created this special day five years ago and it has become a phenomenon, with participants from all over the world. Five years ago, right after launching the Spread Goodness platform, Dravland …

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Trump’s cult of power towards Putin is repugnant and predictable | News, Sports, Jobs

Jonah Goldberg, syndicated columnist “I walked in yesterday and there was a TV screen, and I said, ‘This is great. Putin declares a large part of Ukraine, Ukraine, Putin declares it independent. Oh, that’s wonderful,” Trump explained on a radio show the day after Russian President …

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Conservation District Seeks Submissions for Art Exhibits | News, Sports, Jobs

The Warren County Conservation District is seeking submissions for an art contest – Healthy Soil, Healthy Life. The contest is open to students in kindergarten through 12th grade. “Life comes from the ground. Not just plant life, but all life,” the conservation district said in a statement. “What …

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Business expansion, job fair before Follansbee Council | News, Sports, Jobs

Warren Scott PITCHED COMMUNICATIONS — On Monday, Christina White, director of Brooke County’s 911 emergency center, asked Follansbee Council to consider participating in the county’s new communications system. FOLLANSBEE – Follansbee Council has learned of plans for a new power plant in the town and an …

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SOAR organizes a program at Le Grand Library | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTO BY ROBERT MAHARRY – Save Our Avian Resources (SOAR) Education Specialist Savannah Judson introduces a bald eagle named Thora during a presentation at Le Grand Pioneer Heritage Library on Sunday afternoon. THE GREAT — Because of its status as the national bird of the …

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Dr. Seuss-Inspired Books Will Feature Various Creatures | News, Sports, Jobs

Sketches of fantastical creatures by Dr. Seuss that have never been published before will see the light of day in new books written and illustrated by an inclusive group of up-and-coming authors and artists, the company that owns the intellectual property rights to Les Dr. Seuss’ work was …

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Graham of South signs with Alderson-Broaddus | News, Sports, Jobs

Taylor Graham of Parkersburg South signs on to attend and play softball at Alderson-Broaddus last week. Graham is preparing to play the field this year for the Patriots. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG – Basically an unknown quantity with Parkersburg South softball, Patriot senior Taylor Graham has already …

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Floods have another aspect for nature | News, Sports, Jobs

Audubon’s trails are flooded for a few days each spring. The crust of ice cracked under my boots, offering brief resistance before my foot plunged into a foot of water. Each step required extra care and effort. My boot must have pushed without slipping on the …

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Resident and soldier recount fire and rescue that earned him a bravery award | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Julie Riddle Michigan-Alpena Post State Police Trooper Jake Strong scrolls through photos of the fire that endangered two Spruce residents in September. ALPENA – The charred, melting walls that once surrounded her husband’s bedroom are gone, but Spruce resident Rhonda Smith remembers well the nightly fire that …

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Offense paves way to Gremlins regional final against Calumet | News, Sports, Jobs

Houghton’s Michael Maillette (10) and Hancock’s Todd Anderson (11) battle for the puck during an MHSAA Region 17 Division 3 Semi-Final on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022 in Houghton, Mich. (Adam Niemi /The Daily Mining Gazette) HOUGHTON — The Houghton Gremlins overcame illness on a team-wide basis, returning key players and …

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Ward County Spelling Bee Determines State Competitors | News, Sports, Jobs

Shalom Baer Gee/DND Milo Underwood, left, and Temi Omole, right, hold their trophies at the Ward County Spelling Bee on Wednesday afternoon. Underwood and Omole will compete in the North Dakota State Spelling Bee on March 21. Ward County students in grades 5 through 8 participated in the Ward County …

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On the march: the Leopards dominate Waterloo | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo / Neel Madhavan Liberty’s Demi Watson prepares for a lay-up on Wednesday night while coming under pressure from several Waterloo defenders. Watson scored 23 points in Liberty District’s 62-33 semifinal victory. STRUTHERS – Even when they won their first league title in 11 years …

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Buffalo Drops game against Columbus 7-3 | News, Sports, Jobs

Buffalo Sabers forward Kyle Okposo, right, controls the puck past Columbus Blue Jackets forward Max Domi during the second period of Sunday’s game in Columbus, Ohio. photo AP COLUMBUS, Ohio — Dean Kukan had two goals and an assist, Jean-François Bérubé stopped 33 shots in his …

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The powers of figure skating are ruled out at the 2022 Olympics | News, Sports, Jobs

Canada’s Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro fall in the pairs short program during figure skating competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, in Beijing. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip) BEIJING (AP) — The throwing element of pair figure skating is both spectacular and terrifying: …

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Biden is “convinced” that Putin has decided to invade Ukraine | News, Sports, Jobs

President Joe Biden speaks on Ukraine in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, Friday, Feb. 18, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) KYIV, Ukraine – US President Joe Biden said on Friday he was “convinced” Russian President Vladimir Putin has moved to invade Ukraine, including …

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Drivers vow to turn Jordan’s 23XI Racing into champions | News, Sports, Jobs

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Kurt Busch first met Michael Jordan in a boardroom last summer as the independent driver weighed his racing options. Busch was starstruck in a “awesome moment” when the 6-foot-6 NBA Hall of Famer stood up and shook hands with his future 23XI Racing …

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Dellow shines in Wolverines win | News, Sports, Jobs

WESTFIELD – Haleigh Dellow had another monster game, and Westfield/Brocton made a pair of late defensive saves to hold off Silver Creek 40-39 in a Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association Division 2 West game. Dellow scored 21 points, grabbed 11 rebounds and had five blocks, four steals and three assists …

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Maui Watershed Partnerships Work to Protect Aina | News, Sports, Jobs

The Mauna Kahalawai crew (left to right) Daniel Tanaka, Jackson Lausterer, Nicole Ferguson, Kyle Alreck, Taylor Fernandez, Marcus Richter and Justin Sandler work to build a fence in the watershed, which helps prevent goats, deer, pigs and other animals from trampling native habitats. — Photo MKWRP Kimberly Thayer of the …

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County Distributes $200,000 in ARP Funds | News, Sports, Jobs

LOCK HAVEN — Clinton County commissioners continue to distribute American Rescue Plan Act funds to municipalities in need. On Thursday, the council distributed $273,673 in ARP funding two four municipalities. Chief among these was a $116,000 grant to Loganton Borough for water meter equipment. Borough Mayor David Schreckengast …

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Unfortunately, not all historic structures can be salvaged | News, Sports, Jobs

The Catholic Diocese of Youngstown has received a significant pushback from residents and neighbors regarding its plan to demolish Youngstown’s oldest building of worship. The criticism may have been unfair and, frankly, the state of the building left little alternative, even after the diocese worked hard with others …

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Wheeling University shows courage and beats Concord late | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Cody Tomer Wheeling University guard and Wheeling Central alum Brent Price takes a shot while guarded by a pair of defenders in Wednesday’s win. WHEELING — Wheeling University coach Chris Richardson knew that to defeat Concord University, his Cardinals would have to show some …

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Another stellar performance by FDSH bowlers | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Messenger by Britt Kudla: Fort Dodge’s Carson Werning threw a 415 streak on Monday against Gilbert. The Fort Dodge boys’ and girls’ bowling teams continued to post big numbers on the lanes Monday. The Dodger boys posted their best score under fourth-year head coach Nick …

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POLICE NEWSPAPER: | News, Sports, Jobs

county sheriff – An argument was reported to an address in Hammond School Road, Madison Township, at 2:01 p.m. Friday. Arrangements have been made for those involved to separate over the next few days. — A suspicious person was reported in the 38000 block of Miller Road at …

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We want more, Mr President | News, Sports, Jobs

For the editor: In a rare recent moment of candor and cognitive lucidity, the current occupant of the White House proclaimed what he really thinks of the citizens he claims to lead by caricaturing us as voters “Just trying to figure out how to take care of their family, put …

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Trump’s GOP: Party further tightens ties with former president | News, Sports, Jobs

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — In 2016, Donald Trump overtook the Republican National Committee with a campaign of shock and awe that stunned party leaders. In 2020, the party was forced to support him as Republican incumbent president. As 2024 approaches, however, the Republican Party has a choice. The RNC, …

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Be alone to be with God | News, Sports, Jobs

We need to talk. A conversation is desperately needed. Well, not with each other. We have to be alone to do it. Last month in this space, I discussed how our addiction to screens, media and entertainment, originally sold as ways to increase communication, actually harms our …

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Legislative act helped replace county system | News, Sports, Jobs

The Intermediate Units in Pennsylvania were actually established in 1970, but did not begin operating until the 1971–72 school year, so the current school year marks their 50th anniversary of service. “I think it is one of the best systems created in education”, Dr. John George, Executive Director …

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Police News – February 2 | News, Sports, Jobs

Weapon on school grounds MILL HALL – A gun was reportedly found at Central Mountain High School at Keystone Central Drive. Lamar State Police responded to the report on January 26 and after investigation, it was determined that the firearm was found inside a Ford F-150 XLT by …

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soil secrets | News, Sports, Jobs

Soil is a wonderful, ancient substance on which almost all life depends, but it is under threat. Photo by Shane Hawkins What’s under the snow and the surface? Soil has its secrets and is much more than dirt and mud. Its valuable mix of minerals, microbes, fungal mycelium and nutrient-rich …

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Tough Meat Challenges Can Be Licked | News, Sports, Jobs

Times are particularly difficult these days for meat producers and consumers. Both chew challenges profusely. Consumers are challenged by rising prices at groceries and butchers. Domestic meat prices climbed 16% from a year ago without ending the upward spiral. Producers – especially packers and smaller, independent meat processors – face …

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Saturday High School Capsules | News, Sports, Jobs

BOYS BASKETBALL Harding 61, Chaney 50 — Tyirq Ivory continued to put up big numbers on Saturday as he led the Raiders to a big 11-point win over Chaney with a 29-point performance. Jacob Lawrence added 14 points in the win. Clive Wilson led Chaney with 17 points but went …

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It’s time to start thinking about October 1st | News, Sports, Jobs

Well, now that I have your full attention, it’s never too early to start making time for a new season. With hard water anglers having it for the first of the year, small game hunters hunt their favorite creatures, turkey hunters are, well, just turkey hunters – like me, not …

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Parkersburg South Flexes Muscle, Tops Wheeling Park | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo by Cody Tomer Wheeling Park’s Brett Phillips, right, shoots a rebound against Parkersburg South’s Riley Street during Friday’s game. WHEELING — The Wheeling Park boys’ basketball team showed resilience Friday night against the state’s No. 3 team, but Parkersburg South simply had too much horsepower in an 82-63 victory …

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Biden admin officially withdraws vaccine rule | News, Sports, Jobs

The Biden administration officially withdrew a rule that would have required workers at big companies to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration confirmed the withdrawal on Tuesday. But the agency said it still strongly encourages workers to get vaccinated. In early November, …

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Bill would make E15 the dominant fuel in Iowa | News, Sports, Jobs

ap photo An E15 fuel sign is displayed at the 2014 Iowa Renewable Fuels Association meeting in Altoona. A new proposal from Gov. Kim Reynolds would require at least half of all gas pumps in the state to dispense fuel containing 15% ethanol – a blend …

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VP Harris touts lead line replacement | News, Sports, Jobs

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks with Deanna Branch, whose son has been hospitalized twice for lead exposure, during an appearance Monday, Jan. 24, 2022 at the Wisconsin Regional Training Partnership/BIG STEP in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Harris was promoting the bipartisan $1 Trillion Infrastructure Act and focusing on the push to replace …

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Booster Club members savor the playoffs | News, Sports, Jobs

Members of the Southern Tier Bills Boosters include, left to right: Zeke Bialaszewski, Carole Somerfeldt, Julie Mroczka and Patty Crockett. Second row: Arlene Williams, Pam Begier, Jeanette Jesse, Rich Jesse, John Crockett and Don Brisky. Much like this year’s edition of the Buffalo Bills, there was something special about an …

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Keep the Valley United in New Congress Maps | News, Sports, Jobs

As mapmakers return to the drawing board after the Ohio Supreme Court ruled the redrawn lines of congressional and state legislative districts unconstitutional, we once again urge lawmakers to remember the importance of keeping our Mahoning Valley united into one congressional district. Twice last week, each by 4-3 votes, the …

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Solar Power and a Near Miss | News, Sports, Jobs

I first met Harold McMaster, the man Fortune once called America “glass genius” in the early 1980s. This encounter and this man had a powerful impact on my life and career – and on the economy of Toledo, Ohio. Michael Ferrari, then acting president of Bowling Green State University, called …

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Manchin should return to the table on ‘Building Back Better’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Senator Joe Manchin took the opportunity to soften his power in Washington. And we need him to keep fighting for West Virginia. He has drawn the ire of many in his own party by effectively stalling passage of President Biden’s $1.75 trillion “Build Back Better” agenda, with a deal in …

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Warren Little Dragons wrestling at Kane High School | News, Sports, Jobs

KANE – The Warren Little Dragons wrestling team competed in two tournaments at Kane High School over the weekend. Four wrestlers competed in Saturday’s open tournament for wrestlers with more than two years of experience. Coleman Miller was Warren’s only 8U competitor in the morning session and finished 2-3. He …

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Adirondack Carousel reopens | News, Sports, Jobs

Adirondack Carousel Executive Director Sara Francis stands with her favorite carousel creature, “Wiggly,” an Oriental Salamander with a tiny mouse and a small piece of cheese resting on her head. (Business Photo – Aaron Cerbone) LAKE SARANAC — After more than three months of inactivity for repairs, the Adirondacks Carousel …

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