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Opinion: No, Ron DeSantis was not a Navy Pilot nor was he a SEAL.

Ron Pretending to be a Navy Pilot(public use) After a disastrous media ad where DeSantis dresses up in a fighter pilot costume and pretends to be a ‘top gov’ in an obvious attempt to infringe on the commercial rights of the famous movie, ‘Top Gun - Maverick’, some people are questioning Ron DeSantis’ entire military career. In the ad, according to Boing Boing, “he flexes his big boy muscles as he struts around in military garb acting like the toxic schoolyard bully that he is.” Before you start screaming ‘fake news’, lets find out the truth.
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Golf and volleyball buck trend of school sports decline

Participation is down among the 10 most popular boys and girls high school sports compared to the last full pre-pandemic school year, save for two: boys golf and girls volleyball. By the numbers: The top 10 for boys and girls is the same (albeit in a slightly different order) as...
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NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Wednesday, Sept. 28

DT Prince Emili (practice squad) CB Xavier Rhodes (practice squad) will miss a month-plus due to the knee injury he sustained in Sunday's win over the Jets, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reports, per a source. 2022 · 0-3-0 INJURIES. CB Rock Ya-Sin (knee) is not believed to have...
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Ali Izmailov-Radivoje Kalajdzic To Headline ‘ShoBox’ Tripleheader 10/21 In Atlantic City

Emerging light heavyweight Ali Izmailov is set to take what, at least on paper, appears to be his toughest test October 21. has confirmed that the unbeaten Russian contender will meet Radivoje “Hot Rod” Kalajdzic in a 10-round main event Showtime will televise from Bally’s Grand Ballroom in Atlantic City, New Jersey. The Izmailov-Kalajdzic fight will headline a “ShoBox: The New Generation” tripleheader that night.

State Auditor's Report details where some of the Welfare money went in Mississippi

Mississippi needy families were not the recipients. The Family Resource Center (FRC) was created to assist needy families in Mississippi and provide Victim assistance, counseling, food, diapers, and other needs. It was under the direction of Christi Webb. Nancy New, named in the Welfare Fraud, ran the Mississippi Community Education Center (MCEC), which was also reportedly created to help the needy. Both the FRC and MCEC worked under the Mississippi Department of Human Services, run by John Davis, who was also involved in the fraud. The FRC and the MCEC seemed to work in conjunction with each other to pocket millions.
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Gianaris Announces $1M For Queens’ First Planetarium

NYS Senate Deputy Leader Michael Gianaris announced $1 million in state funding for the first-ever planetarium located in the borough of Queens. Housed at the Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens (VBGCQ), the planetarium will serve between 8,000 and 10,000 young people every year. Gianaris made the announcement on Sept. 23 standing alongside the VBGCQ Executive Director Costa Constantinides and NASA Headquarters program executive Amy Kaminski, Ph.D.

Historical marker placed outside Ohio Stadium to commemorate 100 years

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — The historical Ohio Stadium is celebrating 100 years!. Several activities and events are taking place leading up to a commemoration at the Buckeyes' homecoming game against Rutgers on Saturday. A historical marker was placed near the rotunda Wednesday morning to commemorate The Shoe. "Ohio Stadium...

Drivers urged to be extra cautious during harvest

With the fall harvest underway, drivers are urged to use extra caution when near farm trucks or other large pieces of equipment. “As the busy farming season is underway, each traveler in Kansas needs to be more aware of increased farm implement and truck traffic,” said Lieutenant Candice Breshears, KHP Public Information Officer. “In Kansas, we have many trucks exiting and entering the roadways at any given time. Traveling around these vehicles requires extra caution.”

Burlington County defies trends by keeping health insurance rates stable

The Burlington County Commissioners announced that strong financial management will spare county employees from having to face large health insurance premium hikes next year. The new 2023 fiscal year budget adopted by the Burlington County Insurance Commission keeps rates flat for the upcoming year. The rates are assessed on the paychecks of the enrolled employees of Burlington County, the Burlington County Bridge Commission, Rowan College at Burlington County and the Burlington County Board of Social Services to cover their medical and prescription drugs benefits.

Chris Simms Calls Out Calais Campbell After Mac Jones Injury

Calais Campbell thought he made “a good football play” on Mac Jones late in the Ravens’ Week 3 win over the Patriots, despite the fact that the New England quarterback left the sequence with a severely sprained ankle. Chris Simms disagrees with Baltimore’s veteran defensive tackle.

Hershey Gardens announces Pumpkin Palooza

HERSHEY, Pa. (WHTM) — Hershey gardens announced on Wednesday, Sept. 28 that there is a new, autumn-themed family-friendly event called Pumpkin Palooza from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the gardens on Oct. 22,23,29 and 30. “Pumpkin Palooza is a new, all-day experience created to better accommodate the growing...

Milling and Resurfacing of a portion of East Division Street in Audubon County starts Thursday

(Audubon Co.) The Audubon County Road Department says starting Thursday (September 29), contractors will begin milling and resurfacing East Division Street from 190th Street/F32 south to the intersection of North Arlington Drive. East Division Street will be closed to thru traffic during this time. Residences located along the work area will be allowed access from the south. Work is scheduled to be completed by the afternoon of the 30th.