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More students are attending special education due to lack of resources and staff in schools

More and more students are leaving mainstream schools for special education because they are not getting the resources and support they need. Pupils with behavioral or psychiatric problems, in particular, are increasingly showing up in special education institutions over the past two years, according to Nu.nl. Experts say children who need more support — whether […]

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Although monsoon rains help wet the ground, ‘bone dry conditions’ continue to plague the state – St George News

The scene of a thunderstorm in St. George, Utah, July 25, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Manuel Navarrete, St. George News ST. GEORGE- Despite monsoon rainstorms hitting various parts of the state in recent weeks, state water managers are warning that the storms aren’t proving as beneficial as they might otherwise due to the long-term […]

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USU Extension Professor Receives National Crop Science Award – Cache Valley Daily

Kelly Kopp, Utah State University Extension Turf and Water Conservation Specialist Kelly Kopp, a turf and water conservation specialist at Utah State University, recently received the Crop Science Extension Education Award from the Crop Science Society of America. The annual awards are given for outstanding contributions to crop science through education, national and international service, […]

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The World Bank increases its financing for food security with an additional $315 million to strengthen the resilience of food systems in West Africa – Chad

WASHINGTON, July 29, 2022 – Some 2 million more people will benefit from a second phase of the West Africa Regional Food Systems Resilience Program (FSRP-2) approved today for a total of $315 million in Association funding International Development Bank (IDA*). FSRP-2 will help Chad, Ghana and Sierra Leone increase their preparedness against food insecurity […]

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Ann Arbor Schools Hires New Farmington Hills Human Resources Director

ANN ARBOR, MI — Ann Arbor Public Schools has hired John Randle Sr. as its new assistant superintendent of human resources and employee relations. Randle’s appointment was announced by Superintendent Jeanice Swift on Thursday, July 28. Randle previously served as human resources manager for the city of Farmington Hills for more than a decade. He […]

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A bacterium responsible for a rare tropical disease discovered on American soil for the first time

NEW YORK (AP) — A germ that causes a rare and sometimes deadly disease — long thought to be confined to tropical climates — has been found in soil and water across the continental United States, U.S. officials said Wednesday. of health. The bacteria was found on the property of a Mississippi man with the […]

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Importance of water conservation highlighted during Kisan Mela at Gobichettipalayam

The importance of water conservation in the current scenario was explained to farmers during a program held at PKR Arts College for Women in Gobichettipalayam here on Wednesday. ICAR KVK MYRADA organized the Kisan Mela under the direction of Jal Shakti Abhiyan with the theme “Catch the rain, where it falls and when it falls”. […]

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FIFA Women’s World Cup: Cabinet approves the signing of guarantees for the organization

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved the signing of guarantees for the hosting of the International Football Federation (FIFA) Under-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 in India. The FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup 2022 will be held in India from October 11 to 30, 2022. The seventh […]

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Kingston Resources moves closer to restarting operations at Misima and Mineral Hill projects

Kingston Resources (ASX: KSN) recorded a June quarter of strong activity, marked by the restart of operations at the Misima gold project in Papua New Guinea and the Mineral Hill copper-gold mine in New South Wales . The release of a Definitive Feasibility Study for Misima has confirmed the potential for a large-scale, long-life, low-cost […]

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‘Green’ programs encourage Minnesota farmers to tackle water pollution

A few years ago, Chisago County farmer Max Gustafson needed a way to keep his cattle from wandering into a nearby wetland and polluting it in the process. What began then with a federal grant to install a 1,350-foot fence has blossomed into a series of eco-friendly practices on Gustafson’s farm near Center City, which […]

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UC San Diego Health ranks first regionally by US News & World Report 2022

According to the 2022-2023 US News and World Report According to the “Best Hospitals” survey, UC San Diego Health once again ranked #1 in San Diego and #5 in California, placing it among the top healthcare providers in the nation. Designed to help patients and physicians make informed healthcare decisions, these annual rankings recognize hospitals […]

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Coronado Global Resources: On the rise despite short-term weakness

With Coronado Global Resources’ 12-month price targets set lower after second-quarter results, strong coal fundamentals and pricing keep brokers on the buy side. -Coronado Global Resources Reveals Q2 Production Weaker Than Expected-Management Lowers FY22 Production Guidance, Expects Higher Costs-The Curragh mine suffers from climatic impacts– Revenues increase by 5% thanks to higher realized coal prices-Brokers […]

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Beat the heat wave — 5 tips to keep your lawn green

Summer is here and we’re not the only ones feeling the heat. Our lush lawns are also parched and dehydrated from the hot weather and need a little TLC. And when there’s no sign of rain anytime soon, these tips for watering your lawn during a heatwave can come in handy. Although it may seem […]

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Park City residents reduce water use as drought continues

Park City has limited outdoor watering at homes and businesses to a maximum of every other day to reduce the impact of an ongoing drought. | David Jackson/Park RecordingTRP With Park City in the grip of a drought, city administrators are asking residents to conserve water by limiting when they irrigate their lawns and complying […]

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Global medical director demands lockdowns not be ruled out categorically

According to the President of the World Medical Association, Frank Ulrich Montgomery, the Infection Protection Act should again allow far-reaching measures to protect against Corona. “Anyone who flatly rules out measures like contact restrictions or lockdowns out of hand has neither understood the meaning of the law nor grasped the gravity of the situation,” Montgomery […]

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Gardening: Drought-Tolerant Summer Flowers for North Texas – Cross Timbers Gazette | Denton County South | mound of flowers

By Cheryl Huckabee What blooms in North Texas in the middle of July? In our gardens, here are six drought-tolerant top picks that will survive the Texas summer heat and bloom! Gray Santolina (Santolina chamaecyparissus) Also known as Cotton Lavender, it is a flowering ground cover with beautiful gray evergreen foliage Small yellow flowers bloom […]

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Fort Collins’ water future hinges on conservation and cost

Whenever the Coloradoan posts about a new subdivision, a common response we see in the comments is, “Where will the water come from?” In our reports we aim to identify which water district will supply water to new developments, but we know this is a question in search of a much broader answer. While we […]

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China’s launch of small-cap derivatives spawns new strategies and funds

A man walks past an electronic screen showing the Shanghai Stock Index, in Shanghai, China September 24, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SHANGHAI, July 22 (Reuters) – Futures and options based on China’s small cap CSI 1000 index (.CSI1000I) began trading in Shanghai on Friday, spawning new products […]

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Fires: Europe is pooling its resources to fight the fires

Wildfires continue to rage across Europe, leaving behind devastated communities and displacing thousands of people. Spain and Greece were particularly affected, with fires in Megara, west of Athens, and Avila, northwest of Madrid, difficult to control due to the change in wind direction. “We left our possessions, our houses (…) from a spark that entered […]

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Commissioners Hear Updates on Water Projects and Park – The Taylorsville Times

Keys to the county presented to Keever, Gillispie Expansion of broadband, water and sewer systems, a new elevated water reservoir and improvements to Bethlehem Park were among the topics discussed at the July 18 meeting of the County Board of Commissioners. ‘Alexander, according to a county press release. David Moose, Compliance and Procurement Specialist, reported […]

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Grow food in small spaces with fish poop and recycled water

If your garden is tiny, or even just a balcony, Jordan Karambelas has a suggestion for growing food organically: an attractive aquaponics system that uses recycled water enriched with fish poop to irrigate the vegetables planted above. Karambelas, a junior at Mira Costa High School in Manhattan Beach, Calif., is a lifelong Girl Scout who […]

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PTDF, Association Advocate Painless Energy Transition for Nigeria, Others

The Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF) has highlighted the need for a painless energy transition with its effects properly managed without compromising the continent’s energy security or slowing down economic development. Executive Secretary, PTDF, Gusau Bello said this in Abuja at the opening of the 15th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association for Energy Economics […]

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Letter to the Editor | Eating Disorder Resources on Campus

Illini’s daily photo file McKinley Health Center is located on the southeast side of campus on Lincoln Avenue. The center provides a dietitian who oversees nutrition programs that focus on unhealthy relationships with food and the body for students. Your post in The Daily Illini in April was a great insight into how food culture […]

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PA moves water quality and saves the Chesapeake ‘in the foreground’

There was a brief, but spirited celebration among those who defend the Chesapeake Bay and have worked for years to get Pennsylvania to pay its fair share to reduce pollution flowing from the Commonwealth into the bay. The Pennsylvania legislature eventually passed a bill that establishes what’s called the Clean Streams Fund, $220 million to […]

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FSI announces its revenue for the second quarter of 2022

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, July 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS INTERNATIONAL, INC. (NYSE-SOULFADN: FSI, FRANKFURT : FXT), is the developer and manufacturer of biodegradable polymers for oil extraction, detergent ingredients and water treatment as well as crop nutrient availability chemistry. Flexible Solutions also manufactures biodegradable and environmentally friendly water and energy conservation technologies. Today, […]

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Ashvattha Therapeutics Announces Poster Presentation of

– Scientific collaborators from Stanford University will present preclinical data on the sensitivity of [18F]OP-801 versus TSPO-PET to detect neuroinflammation at an early stage – REDWOOD CITY, Calif., July 18 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ashvattha Therapeutics (“Ashvattha”), a clinical-stage company developing novel therapeutic hydroxy dendrimers, today announced a poster presentation of preclinical data on […]

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China Resources buys Maotai maker: reports

Baijiu is a big company in China. SING THE TAO Staff Reporter and Bloomberg China Resources reportedly agreed to acquire a 51% stake in Jinsha jiuye, becoming the largest shareholder in the Guizhou-based Chinese baijiu maker, according to mainland media. The acquisition is expected to go public in August, according to the reports. Meanwhile, […]

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Citizen initiative contributes to water conservation on Baner-Pashan Hill

It took Vasundhara Swachata Abhiyan volunteers 15 years to transform the Baner-Pashan hill from barren to lush green, with rising groundwater levels and also controlling flooding in the area. Baner-Pashan hill was declared a place of biodiversity by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) in 2005, after which Vasundhara Sachata Abhiyan (VSA) started a planting and […]

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$500 million in World Bank financing to help Bangladesh improve flood disaster preparedness – Bangladesh

WASHINGTON, July 15, 2022 — The World Bank today approved a $500 million credit to help Bangladesh improve its inland flood disaster preparedness in 14 flood-prone districts, benefiting more than 1.25 million people. The Resilient Infrastructure for Adaptation and Vulnerability Reduction (RIVER)The project will help Bangladesh reduce vulnerability to riverine and flash floods by constructing […]

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Pace International welcomes Julie Smith as Senior Human Resources Manager

WAPATO, Wash., July 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Pace International, a leading provider of sustainable post-harvest solutions and technologies for the fresh produce industry, is pleased to welcome Julie Smith, as Senior Director of Human Resources. Smith will work to identify, advise and guide organizational design to meet future business needs. “We are thrilled to welcome […]

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How a small watershed got off Iowa’s list of hundreds of water problems

Bob Kremer rides his ATV on a road that crosses Farmers Creek, which runs through some of his farmland in Jackson County. He grows row crops and finishes 250 to 300 cattle in eastern Iowa. What happens on this farm and neighboring farms along the creek has a direct impact on the health of the […]

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Water for Life Festival at Jacobson Park on July 17

Come to Jacobson Park this Sunday for a day of water-focused family activities in our community. Water for Life is a free public event that celebrates water in our environment. It is being held as part of this year’s Kentucky-Tennessee Water Professionals Conference, where 1,500 water professionals will gather in Lexington to learn about water […]

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BIO-key will participate in the CIO forum panel and present its

VP of Product Kimberly Biddings is an expert panelist in “A Crash Course in Marketing – Communicating Cybersecurity in Your County” during the CIO Forum on Weds. AURORA, Colorado and WALL, NJ, July 14. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BIO-key International, Inc. (NASDAQ: BKYI), an innovative provider of identity and access management (IAM) and identity-related biometrics […]

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Global Water Resources Receives ACC Approval for Tariff

PHOENIX, July 13. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Global Water Resources, Inc. (NASDAQ: GWRS), (TSX: GWR), a pure water resource management company, has received approval from the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) to d set new water and wastewater rates for 96% of its active service connections, effective August 1, 2022. The last tariff procedure approved […]

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Good for Dutch farmers for fighting back against a government bowing to eco-radicals

“Zijn er ook boerenMick Jagger shouted, in Dutch, into the microphone during a Rolling Stones concert in the Netherlands last week. “Are there any farmers in the house?” Dutch farmers make an unlikely famous cause. For starters, most are conservatives, not liberals. And they fight versus stricter environmental regulations, not for them. Yet they win […]

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Save the Bees: A Recent Buzz in Chicago

The editorial page of the Chicago Sun-Times has decided to inform its readers about the plight of bees. Kudos to them. It’s necessary. Nearly one in four native bee species is in dangerand bee colonies across the country are collapse. Everything in nature is connected, and bee mortality is part of the “unprecedented decline. That’s […]

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American Civic Association of Binghamton Secures HVAC Funding

The American Civic Association of Binghamton is getting help to upgrade their environmental systems at their offices at 131 Front Street. The nonprofit that has been helping area immigrants settle in the South End for decades has been dealing with an older air conditioning and heating system than most people working at the facility. Now […]

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Iowa beach: A swimmer was infected with a brain-eating amoeba after visiting Lake of the Three Fires State Park

“The closure is a precautionary response to a confirmed Naegleria fowleri infection in a Missouri resident with recent potential exposure while swimming at the beach,” according to a statement from the health department. Naegleria fowleri is a “free-living, single-celled microscopic amoeba that can cause a rare and life-threatening infection of the brain called primary amoebic […]

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Crystal River rancher and Water Trust try again to increase flows

Cold Mountain Ranch owner Bill Fales stands on the banks of the Crystal River. Fales entered into a second agreement with the nonprofit Colorado Water Trust to voluntarily reduce diversions of the Helms Ditch to increase the river’s low flows. Heather Sackett/Aspen JournalismBill Fales 1 A Crystal River Valley rancher and a nonprofit are teaming […]

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Positive outlook from the retailers association for the rest of 2022

PHILIPPINE STAR/ RUSSELL A. PALMA The Philippine Retailers Association (PRA) has declared its outlook for the remainder of 2022 as the public returns to pre-pandemic shopping habits. PRA President Rosemarie B. Ong said, “We expect the second quarter to be even better than the first. So far, the outlook (for) this year is very positive […]

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Mental Health Resources to Print on SC School ID Card

COLUMBIA, SC (WSPA) — Last year, South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster signed into law the Student ID Suicide Prevention Act. It entered into force at the beginning of this month. The law requires that all school-issued identification cards for students in middle school or higher in South Carolina have the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number […]

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If the problem with vinca is soil pH or low iron, here’s what to do. – The Virginian-Pilot

Q. I am trying to grow annual vinca in zone 5. I got some this year and planted in early June. They are in a location that faces west and gets sun all afternoon. Right after planting, we had a lot of rain. Now they have all turned yellow for some reason. Is it the […]

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Fort Huachuca receives $2.8 million for water and environmental conservation projects

As part of a partnership committed to preserving the environment and natural water resources along the San Pedro River, Fort Huachuca and the City of Sierra Vista have secured $2.8 million from the Preparedness and Ministry of Defense Environmental Protection Integration (REPI). “(REPI) is a program designed to help military installations across the country address […]

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Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) | Company Profiles

Spotlight on manufacturing in Kenya As Vision 2030 approaches, we shine a light on the current state of one of Kenya’s key industries Screenwriter: Phoebe Harper | Project Manager: Lloyd Hanley In maintaining a competitive and industrialized economy, Kenya’s manufacturing sector plays a vital role. As an industrial powerhouse, the country’s manufacturing sector contributes an […]

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Top 5: neighbors Chalice and Caspin double down on new PGE-nickel-copper discoveries

CPN is on the cusp of a potential “significant” nickel-copper-PGE discovery CHN strikes a new zone of nickel-copper-PGE sulphides just 10 km from Gonneville Iron Ore plays GEN signs new deal with Anglo American Here are the biggest early-trade resource gainers on Thursday, July 7. CPN is riding big waves this morning after releasing assay […]

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Celebrating the county’s agricultural heritage

JACKSON_HEADSHOT_-_NEW_19643818 Senator Troy Jackson (D-Allagash) (contribution) Senator Troy Jackson (D-Allagash) (contribution) Senator Troy Jackson, D-Allagash • July 6, 2022 Summer is well underway and so is potato season in Aroostook County. Agriculture is an essential part of Maine’s character and economy. Summer is well underway and so is potato season in Aroostook County. Agriculture is […]

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RCSD disagrees with restrictions | New

ROSAMOND — Members of the Rosamond Community Service District Board of Directors would like to see water restrictions applied to individual areas based on their conservation history, rather than seeing blanket mandates applied nationwide. ‘State. RCSD customers have already significantly reduced their water use during the previous drought, achieving the 20% reduction in overall water […]

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Global Crane Manufacturing Market 2022 Key Stakeholders, Subcomponent Manufacturers, Industry Association 2028 – Designer Women

MarketsandResearch.biz published a global study on the Global crane manufacturing market from 2022 to 2028. The report has various sets of components to meet the individual needs of the clients. The crane manufacturing market study would be useful for manufacturing companies, suppliers, distributors, and startups, among others. The base year of the study is 2021, […]

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Zeus Resources: Update on Mortimer Hills Project Exploration Results

deformed pegmatites, similar in character to those encountered further west on Arrow’s Malinda Lithium prospect, were first identified on the Zeus building E09/2147 in the third quarter of 2021 (See announcement Zeus ASX, October 1, 2021) with subsequent mapping locating the Pegmatite Creek prospect in Q4 2021 (See the announcement Zeus ASX, December 17, 2021). […]

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End of McDowell’s filing period for soil and water conservation | Local News

According to staff reports As of noon Friday, the filing period ended for the McDowell County Soil and Water Conservation Board and two candidates will appear on the November ballot. This year, McDowell voters will be asked to make their choices for the County Commission, Board of Education, Sheriff’s Office, State Assembly and a variety […]

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Game of stones: calls to protect the centuries-old crabs of the Spanish city | Spain

A local historical association in Santiago de Compostela has called for the protection of a lesser-known facet of the Spanish city’s past: the nearly 200 games of crabs carved centuries ago into some of its buildings and spaces the most emblematic. “They’re hidden in plain sight,” said Luis Leclere of Collective A Rula. “We’ve never […]

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California Resources Co. (NYSE:CRC) Receives Consensus “Buy” Recommendation From Analysts

California Resources Co. (NYSE:CRC – Get Rating) received a consensus “Buy” recommendation from the seven analysts who cover the company, Marketbeat.com reports. Six analysts rated the stock with a buy rating. The 12-month average price target among brokerages that have issued ratings on the stock over the past year is $57.80. Several equity research analysts […]

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Illinois Land Conservation Program Enrollment Opens in 68 Counties

By Zeta Cross | The central square The Illinois Department of Natural Resources and the Illinois Department of Agriculture have raised $50 million in federal and state tax funding to encourage farmers and ranchers to set aside land for nutrient runoff prevention and protection of water quality. Jamie Diebal, program specialist at the Illinois State […]

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OUTDOORS: FL Conservation Club’s Annual Free Kids’ Fishing Day Attracts 137 Anglers | Sports

The Finger Lakes Conservation Club held its 19th free day of fishing for kids on June 25 on Oak Island in Waterloo. This year 137 children registered at the end of the day. The weather was perfect and all the youngsters seemed to have enjoyed themselves. Ed Mitchell, chairman of the annual event, said the […]

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AUO Recognized by Manufacturing Leadership Awards for Painless Upgrade to Sustainable Smart Factory with AI for Legacy Factories

Information monitored by AIoT, digital IoT and data analytics technologies is presented on the PHM platform, helping the operator to master the status of production line equipment. “We are delighted to honor AUO with the award in the ‘Sustainability and Circular Economy’ category, the only Taiwanese company to be so recognized this year,” said David […]

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Fairfax History Commission may get additional resources

The Fairfax County History Commission had several successes in the past year, from installing historical markers to carrying out multiple initiatives on African-American history, but its leader said the group needs additional county resources to realize its potential. Commission Chair Cheryl Repetti, who delivered the group’s annual report to the Board of Supervisors on June […]