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Road Repairs for Highway 116 West of Santa Rosa Underway

A repair project is now underway on a stretch of Highway 116 through the rural area west of Santa Rosa. The $865,000 project started yesterday and will continue for the next two weeks. The repairs will address the gradual wear and tear across seven miles of road from around Mill Station Road in Sebastopol to near Martinelli Road in Forestville. Drivers should expect delays from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. during the week.
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Jaws Reboot Reportedly Shot Down by Steven Spielberg

Don't expect Steven Spileberg and Amblin Entertainment's new blockbuster deal with Netflix to include a revival of the Jaws franchise. According to a news story breaking down some of the productions that Amblin is likely to take to the streaming giant, Spielberg himself has long since nixed the idea of returning to the franchise that helped launch him as one of Hollywood's biggest names. Spielberg is no stranger to exploiting intellectual property for sequels and remakes -- after all, he serves as a producer on the Indiana Jones movies -- but he seems uninterested in revisiting Jaws -- something that fans and critics often say shouhld be left alone, since the original still holds up, and it seems unlikely to be significantly improved by modern technology and filming methods.
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15-Year-Old Boy Rescues Younger Brother After Tree Falls on Him at Ind. Campsite: 'So Thankful'

An 8-year-old boy has his older brother to thank for saving his life after a tree fell on top of him during a Father's Day camping trip in Indiana. Denise Sanchez said she was enjoying an early Father's Day celebration with her family and five kids at Lieber State Recreation Area in Cloverdale when the incident happened on Saturday, according to CW affiliate WISH-TV.
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Report: Why Has Damian Priest Been Gone From WWE Television?

Damian Priest took part in the somewhat infamous Army of the Dead Lumberjack Match with The Miz at the WrestleMania Backlash last month. But after beating John Morrison the following night in a standard Lumberjack Match on Raw, "The Archer of Infamy" suddenly disappeared from WWE television. He hasn't wrestled a match since, and didn't even pop up backstage among the Raw wrestlers who weren't selected for Money in the Bank qualifying matches this week. Dave Meltzer reported on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio that Priest was out of action in order to recover from an injured back.
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The Best Southern Restaurants in St. Louis

St. Louis is a vibrant, lively city with a lot of amazing restaurants and bars. One of the best things about our fair metropolis is that from high to low, from bohemian to bourgeois, we have an excellent variety of restaurants and eateries to choose from.
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Ashley Lideau

National Weather Service to change commonly misunderstood headlines

NEW ORLEANS, LA — The National Weather Service or NWS is in the process of improving the way it communicates hazard messages. According to several years of social science research, their “Advisory” headline is largely misunderstood and is often confused with the “Watch” headline. Based on this research and input from NWS partners, the NWS has decided to discontinue the “Advisory” headline in favor of plain language headlines. However, the agency will not make this change before 2024.
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Great River Folksinger Factoids

With the online songwriting contest, the festival started an interview tradition last year to meet all the finalists that we're quarantined at home in 2020. This year Dave Schipper decided to do it again, but have a little more fun. Stephen Cobert started up new ultimate list of interview list called the Cobert Questionert, so the Great River Folksinger Factoids survey was created. With six finalists chosen at the beginning of the month, Dave has six recorded and released.
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Delta aims to hire 1,000 pilots as part of pandemic recovery

Delta is planning to hire 1,000 pilots by next summer as part of its effort to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. In a memo seen by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Delta operations chief John Laughter said this hiring initiative was a “positive indicator," adding that the airline must "foster a strong pipeline of pilot candidates in order to support our future demand and manage pilot attrition.”
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Arizona Humane Society: 'Don't Kit-Nap Kittens'

PHOENIX, AZ — “If you find a kitten, please leave them be”. That is one of the Arizona Humane’s Society’s (AHS) key messages. The organization believes that human intervention is not required for kittens, and the best thing people can do is leave the kittens be. Their mother will be back soon since the best survival care for kittens is provided by the mother.
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Krystal Emerson

5 Tips To Help You Stop Comparing Yourself To Other People

Two women posing for a photo.ArtHouse Studio/Pexels. Comparing yourself to other people can be a dangerous game. It's easy to get caught up in what others are doing or comparing your life to theirs and feeling like you're not measuring up. This can lead to low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety. If this sounds familiar, then it is time for some reflection.
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Why Figs Stock Was Climbing Again Today

Shares of Figs (NYSE:FIGS) were moving higher again today as the healthcare apparel company gained for the second day in a row. Yesterday it received a slew of positive analyst ratings after the quiet period following its recent IPO ended. The stock closed up 6.1% today after gaining 17% yesterday....
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Book Review: So Many Beginnings

So Many Beginninga(novel cover art from the publisher) So Many Beginnings: A Little Women Remix by Bethany C. Morrow reimagines the March sisters as a newly-freed Black family living in the Freedpeople's Colony on Roanoke Island, North Carolina.
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Dr. Adam Tabriz

Someone Looking Over Your Shoulder

The Increasing Prevalence of Recording Medical Visits. According to a recent study (where 456 clinicians and 524 public respondents completed surveys) more than one-quarter of clinicians (129/456, 28.3%) reported that they had recorded a clinic visit for patients’ personal use, while 18.7% (98/524) of the public reported doing so, including 2.7% (14/524) who recorded visits without the clinician’s permission. Amongst clinicians who had not recorded a clinic visit, 49.5% (162/327) would be willing to do so in the future, while 66.0% (346/524) of the public would be willing to record in the future. Clinician specialty was associated with the prior recording: specifically oncology.