Monthly Archives: January 2022

Carstairs fire station project ahead of schedule

CAR STAIRS – Construction of the new Carstairs Fire Hall is ahead of schedule and on budget, with a grand opening now possible in March, said Carl McDonnell, the city’s executive director. Mountain View County and the Town of Carstairs are jointly funding the construction of the new $ 4 …

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Kendrapara administrator extends support for man who lost both kidneys

Kendrapara: The Kendrapara District Administration came to the aid of Anil Kumar Pati, a 35-year-old man from Raghudeipur village in the district’s Derabish block, who lost both kidneys. Anil is the only winning member of a family of four, including his widowed mother, wife and 7-year-old daughter. However, the family …

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Teleworkers and the DEI impact of the Zoom ceiling

The virtual workplace might not get you anywhere, but sadly neither will the discrimination many remote workers face. According to Upwork, there will be approximately 36 million remote workers in the United States over the next three years, and women and minorities in particular are at risk of falling into …

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City Council Expected to Provide $ 300,000 in “Seed Capital” for Shockoe Bottom Slavery Museum Project | Richmond Free Press

Richmond is about to donate $ 300,000 in yet another attempt to create a national slavery museum. Mayor Levar M. Stoney, with the support of a majority of the city council, offered to provide the necessary funds to establish a foundation to support the development of the museum. The foundation’s …

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Vice-Chancellor of San Mateo accused of embezzlement

The Vice Chancellor of the San Mateo Community College District in California has been accused of embezzling taxpayer money, The news of Mercury reported Wednesday. The charges are the result of an ongoing corruption investigation by senior district officials. Jose Nuñez has pleaded not guilty to 15 felony counts, including …

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A dozen reasons to be happy, despite everything

2022 is here Getty Images Judging by the headlines, there is nothing to be happy about. We are in the midst of a seemingly endless pandemic, mental health is deteriorating, political polarization is historically high, the planet is heating up, and soaring inflation is dominating economic news. But take a …

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I want the office to reopen because I miss the real clothes – Sourcing Journal

You remember the opening montage of “The Devil Wears Prada”, when all the “clackers” are dressed to work in luxury lingerie and hosiery, sample size runway looks, heels? of designers and accessories galore? And they strut out of their posh Manhattan apartments with perfect makeup and waxed hair and hail …

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Health officials plan larger testing sites in Montgomery County

Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention Montgomery County health officials are looking to expand coronavirus testing in the coming weeks via mass testing sites across the county, as the omicron variant of the virus increases the number of cases. County council member Will Jawando said in a meeting on Tuesday …

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