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Why do people quit their tech jobs?

Welcome back to our Workplace newsletter. Hope you enjoyed the weekend! A bit of housekeeping before moving on to today’s news. Today is my last day at the helm of the Workplace newsletter ship. It’s been a wonderful run, but I’ll move on to Education Technology, Training and Retraining at …

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8-18 Media: Life with Jack | News, Sports, Jobs

Indie Pomeroy, 9 Hi, my name is Indie. I’m 9 years old and I’m going to tell you about a living furball aka my dog, Jack. If you want to know what it looks like, just imagine the perfect marshmallow. My mom saved him from a hoarding situation. When we …

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Sandler delivers rock-solid performance in ‘Uncut Gems’ | News, Sports, Jobs

PHOTO PROVIDED The 2019 “Uncut Gems” poster, starring Adam Sandler, is shown. In a recent Facebook post, Barstool Sports asked its followers what is the best gaming movie of all time? One of the choices was that of 2019 “Uncut Gems”. It didn’t do well in the poll, but I …

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Good Leadership Requires Change | News, Sports, Jobs

People don’t quit their jobs, they quit their boss. Employees want to be part of something bigger, to have a purpose in their career. The WHY behind what a business does is more important to most employees than WHAT a business does. Team members want to be appreciated, and appreciation …

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Spirits lifted after Kentucky disaster when cat survives rubble | News, Sports, Jobs

It was a little story, really, a side note to a terrible tragedy. But nine days after Mayfield, Ky., Was among the towns destroyed by a tornado, something unexpected and heartwarming happened. Business owner Sonny “Hoot” Gibson was standing in the rubble of what had been his three-story office building …

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Grateful to the National Guard, but we could also help | News, Sports, Jobs

Last week, members of the Ohio National Guard discovered they were getting a Christmas deployment. Governor Mike DeWine has announced he is mobilizing 1,050 staff at hospitals across the state where help is needed to tackle staff shortages linked to COVID. According to Axios, more than 4,700 people have been …

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Towns, Timberwolves pass shorthanded Lakers 110-92 | News, Sports, Jobs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Karl-Anthony Towns had 28 points and 10 rebounds, and the Minnesota Timberwolves eliminated the exhausted Los Angeles Lakers for the second time this season, 110-92 on Friday night. In the opinion of coach Chris Finch, Towns recently doubled down on his quest to establish himself as the …

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Christie’s Chronicles: Childhood fears, real or not, inspire memories | News, Sports, Jobs

Christie mastric Not long ago, I decided to look back on my childhood, and ended up going down one wormhole after another. I don’t know what triggered it, but one of my memories was of a local 1960s children’s TV show in the South Bend, Indiana area called “DD Donovan”, …

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Jags finds out Meyer isn’t cut out for training | News, Sports, Jobs

The Associated Press JACKSONVILLE, Fla – Urban Meyer has never been in the NFL. Its currencies. His methods. Even his moods seemed to go against what is considered normal behavior in a league filled with professionals and grown men. He’s rubbed just about everyone the wrong way: the assistants, the …

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The monsters are due | News, Sports, Jobs

EDITOR: Some of you will remember seeing this episode. Everyone should find a way to watch it. “The Twilight Zone” original series, the episode was “The monsters are expected on Maple Street.” Aliens didn’t have to invade Earth and fight for the upper hand. All they’ve done is find a …

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Playhouse to stage MLK drama, the musical “Hunchback” | News, Sports, Jobs

A play about Martin Luther King Jr.’s Last Night and an adaptation of the Disney animated feature “The Hunchback of Notre Dame” will be staged in 2022 by Youngstown Playhouse. The Playhouse announced its plans for the New Year after a successful series of “Elf the Musical” which sold its …

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Friend rape nets 10-15 years old | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – Judge Ronald J. Rice of the Trumbull County Common Pleas Court spoke harsh words on Wednesday in the conviction of a defendant who was convicted by a jury in late November for raping a 36-year-old woman who has always been a friend of the family. Andrew Malachin, 48, …

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Area Police Reports | News, Sports, Jobs

JAMESTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT ¯ Matthew R. Holtz, of no age or address listed, has been charged with Seventh Degree Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance. Officers met with Holtz around 8:40 p.m. Sunday on the west side of town. Officers were told Holtz was wanted by the Ellicott Police Department …

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Hellbenders are a creature feature at Audubon Wednesday December 22 | News, Sports, Jobs

The Hellbenders at the Audubon Community Nature Center will star on the December family creature show on Wednesday, December 22. Volunteer Grace Tillotson is pictured feeding Oneka and Tweeg, the Eastern Hellbenders who are Audubon’s newest animal ambassadors. Children and their adults learn about different animals at Creature Feature, a …

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The proof is clear: every vote really matters | News, Sports, Jobs

If you’ve ever doubted every vote counts, look no further than the results of two Mahoning Valley issues in last month’s general election. In Farmington Township in Trumbull County, an additional road tax of $ 2.5 million over five years was passed in the November 2 election by a single …

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Full STEAM coming soon | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo of the messenger by Michaela Frerichs Fifth-grader Joel Natjes wields a centipede at the Iowa State University Insect Zoo. Students had the opportunity to explore several areas of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics through the activities of businesses and organizations in the region on Friday. Iowa Central Community …

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Surviving a Pulmonary Embolism | News, Sports, Jobs

WASHINGTON – On Saturday October 2, I had to go to the hospital emergency room. The previous Tuesday I had an unusual leg spasm from my left thigh to my groin area. I have had muscle stretches from sports every now and then and thought it was from the exercise …

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AMC sees influx of COVID patients | News, Sports, Jobs

SARANAC LAKE – There are currently 10 people hospitalized at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake who have tested positive for COVID-19, including one on a ventilator. Adirondack Health spokesperson Matt Scollin said nine of these new cases arrived over the weekend and seven of those nine are unvaccinated. This …

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Reflecting on Christian Values ​​| News, Sports, Jobs

For the publisher: The last letter Barry Bardone wrote on November 14 (“Should we believe Biden?” “) in a way made me feel sorry for him and the women who have to put up with him. Letters from him constantly degrading women, cursing them, suggesting that they commit suicide (which …

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Penguins prepare to welcome Long Island | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of correspondent / Robert Hayes YSU fifth year senior Chelsea Olson shot a 3 point last Monday against the Akron Zips. Olson is averaging 11.8 points per game while grabbing 7 rebounds for the Penguins. YOUNGSTOWN – After a busy start to the season and a successful road trip …

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Biden’s political stance fuels Democrats’ concern for 2024 | News, Sports, Jobs

President Joe Biden arrives on Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington on Sunday, November 21, 2021, upon his return from Wilmington, Del. (AP Photo / Carolyn Kaster) COLUMBUS (AP) – It was supposed to be a moment of triumph for Joe Biden. The Democratic …

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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down | News, Sports, Jobs

UP: To the students who took part in the first LEGO League robotics scrimmage last week at Wood County Technical Center. Hosted by Dark Side Robotics and the West Virginia Robotics Alliance, the teams were Early Roboteers, from Charleston, and the Tender Defenders, from Parkersburg. The teams sought to solve …

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Driver reimbursements prove reforms are working | News, Sports, Jobs

Governor Gretchen Whitmer recently pleaded for reimbursement of Michigan drivers on a $ 5 billion surplus held by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association, and it looks like it will happen. The reimbursement is good news and an indication that auto insurance reforms are working. Residents are reaping the rewards of …

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Hubbard man jailed after threatening his mother | News, Sports, Jobs

WARREN – A man with a history of violence and threats was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Wednesday for violating his probation on a 2018 conviction related to assaulting his parents. Daniel P. Good, 29, of East Liberty Street, Hubbard, was turned down for pardon at the Northeast …

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Rebels focus on all of Ohio | News, Sports, Jobs

The Crestview boys’ soccer team had an unforgettable run and their two key offensive behemoths who helped the team win their first state trophy in school history have been named to the All- teams. Ohio of the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association. Crestview junior forward Nick Novak shone in the …

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JFK is speeding things up | News, Sports, Jobs

Staff Photo / Neel Madhavan Sr. JFK Antwan Brown (2) executes a tackle during the Eagles’ first round playoff game against Monroeville on October 30. WARREN – For John. F Kennedy Sr. Antwan Brown, playing football has always been a labor of love. He started playing at the age of …

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A creative collaboration in Marquette | News, Sports, Jobs

Shana Baril, Director of Programming, RevolveCC MARQUETTE – The Revolve Creative Collaboration conference is back in downtown Marquette this weekend. RevolveCC will take place Friday and Saturday at the Upper Peninsula Masonic Center, returning from its pandemic hiatus in 2020 with five keynote speakers, a music showcase, breakout sessions and …

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Featured artist at the fort | News, Sports, Jobs

– Contributed The works of Jon Cooper of Toronto are on display in November as a featured artist of the Steubenville Art Association at the Fort Steuben Historic Visitor Center, 120 S. Third St., Steubenville. Cooper is a retired art teacher with 35 years of experience. “I consider this period …

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Trick or Treat | News, Sports, Jobs

-Photo of the messenger by Michaela Frerichs Left to right, Kayden, Kelsey, Kathryn and Joseph Parr smile for a photo during a sleight of hand on Sunday night. Across Fort Dodge and the surrounding area, little ghouls and goblins, unicorns and dragons, as well as superheroes and monsters have come …

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Family fun without the scares at the YSU Planetarium | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – For nearly an hour, ghosts replaced galaxies, scarecrows and skeletons replaced stars, pumpkins replaced planets, Frankenstein replaced constellation families, and candy replaced celestial activity. “I liked the way they adapted it to young children,” said Canfield’s Don Weldon, referring to “Night-Lite,” a sweet, non-spooky Halloween-themed program aimed at …

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Eagle Update: College News | News, Sports, Jobs

The start of the new school year has been a positive experience for the students and staff of New Ulm Middle School. The staff focused on the laser to meet the diverse academic and socio-emotional needs of the students. This year, New Ulm Middle School is partnering with Allina Health …

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Little Valley Man Grows A Ton Pumpkin | News, Sports, Jobs

Little Valley resident Andy Wolf was pictured recently with his 2,365-pound pumpkin that won him the North American Championship at Parks Garden Center in Canfield, Ohio. “I’ve been close before, and every year the competition gets a little harder,” he said. Photos submitted Maybe Linus wasn’t expecting this pumpkin in …

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Artsbridge Events October 21-24 | News, Sports, Jobs

The Artsbridge schedule October 21-24. • Views of the exhibition Marietta, Riverside Artists Gallery, Marietta, 10 am to 5 pm Wednesday to Saturday until October 31. • Marietta Octoberfeast, daily specials in downtown restaurants, 11 am-11pm daily until October 23. • “From natural to super natural: the life and works …

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No winner in Chill-Can legal fight | News, Sports, Jobs

Last week’s inspection of the giant shells of buildings on the east side of Youngstown revealed exactly what city officials said they expected. Five years after the uprooting of many residents, the granting of tax breaks and the start of the construction of a research and manufacturing plant supposed to …

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Beginning of $ 31 million expansion | News, Sports, Jobs

A crowd watches the groundbreaking ceremony for the $ 31 million emergency department expansion at Akron Mahoning Valley Children’s Hospital in Boardman on Wednesday. The project is expected to last 12 to 15 months. BOARDMAN – The emergency department at Akron Mahoning Valley Children’s Hospital opened in 2008 with the …

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Williamstown crosses Weir, 31-6 | News, Sports, Jobs

AROUND THE EDGE – Weir’s Carson Yobaggy looks for room against Williamstown’s defense in Friday’s game at Jimmy Carey Stadium. – Michael D. McElwain WEIRTON – Williamstown’s offense can be boiled down to, as Woody Hayes might say, three yards and a rubber cloud. Williamstown ran the ball 62 times …

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Armed crime makes men 3.5 years | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – Edward M. Johnston, 31, was sentenced to 3.5 years in prison on Thursday after pleading guilty to attempted trespassing into a home in possession of a gun. Judge Maureen Sweeney adopted the recommended sentence of three years mandatory for specifying firearms and six months for attempted trespassing. He …

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Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

THU / 10-7 Alliance Yarn Monster Crafts, 4 p.m., Rodman Public Library; for children from 7 to 12 years old; register at rodmanlibrary.evanced.info/signup or 330-821-2665, ext. 223 Beloit Western Branch Athletics Booster Bingo in the Booster Room, 26701 State Route 62, Beloit. To celebrate 26 years of gaming, October will …

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COVID-19 | News, Sports, Jobs

Mountain State officials have struggled to convey to residents that we are going through a real crisis – and have been since March 2020. Last week they tried out a new strategy, as Major General of the Guard National retired James Hoyer compared the death toll from the June 2016 …

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Police Reports | News, Sports, Jobs

Reports / Marietta ¯ The units were dispatched on September 29 to 800 Fifth St. Apt. 2, Regarding noise complaint / disturbance. Dispatch informed that the victim had contacted Shawn Covey, who is a tenant in Apartment 2, and asked him to turn down his music. Covey then waved what …

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Climate change and mammoths | News, Sports, Jobs

The late author Michael Crichton is said to have adored the scientists and entrepreneurs at Colossal, the American company that wants to repopulate the Siberian tundra with herds of woolly mammoth-like creatures, apparently to help fight climate change. There is an area in remote Russian territory where imported bison currently …

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