Report: Cavs' Hartenstein declines $1.8M player option

Cleveland Cavaliers center Isaiah Hartenstein declined his $1.8-million player option for next season, sources told The Athletic's Shams Charania. Hartenstein performed well down the stretch, averaging 8.3 points, six boards, and 1.2 blocks in 17.9 minutes per game over 16 appearances last campaign with the Cavs. Cleveland acquired the 7-footer...
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Brewster County, TXPosted by
Odessa American


Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson recently hosted a meeting of the Big Bend Area Law Enforcement Officer’s Association, in conjunction with the Association’s 50th Anniversary. The meeting was held at the Post Park and the Marathon Community Center. Angel Torres, Brewster County Jail personnel, and trustees organized the meal, and...
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Dansville, NYThe Daily News Online

Area firefighters to be honored Saturday

Firefighters from Livingston and Wyoming counties will be honored Saturday during the Western New York Volunteer Firemen’s Association convention in Dansville. The one-day convention begins at 11 a.m. with a memorial service at Foursquare Church, 49 West Ave., Dansville. The service will honor volunteer firefighters from the Association’s 11 counties who died in the past year.
Raleigh, NCPosted by
Laurinburg Exchange

NCHSAA revamp bill clears another committee

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Legislation to replace the North Carolina High School Athletic Association with a new commission to administer interscholastic sports advanced through another Senate committee on Thursday. The Senate Finance Committee recommended the measure, which would create a panel of 17 educators, athletic directors and coaches chosen by...
EconomyPosted by
Land Line Media

Insurance questions answered on the next ‘Live From Exit 24’

Every other Wednesday, “Live From Exit 24” – OOIDA’s live, hourlong internet talk show – brings listeners insightful discussions on the regulatory and legislative issues that matter to truckers. The July 28 show will be focused on insurance-related issues. Host Mike Matousek will be joined by OOIDA Executive Vice President...
Public HealthAMA

Defining racism is key to helping doctors advance health equity

The AMA defines health equity as "optimal health for all," and the AMA "Organizational Strategic Plan to Embed Racial Justice & Advance Health Equity: 2021–2023" (PDF) lays out a plan to move the Association, the medical profession and society toward achieving that vision. The plan identifies "naming, disrupting, dismantling and...
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DA Russell Re-Elected to the LDAA Board of Directors

The Louisiana District Attorneys Association (LDAA) has announced that Lafourche Parish District Attorney Kristine Russell has been re-elected as a member of the LDAA Board of Directors. “I’m honored to have been re-elected to serve with other professionals from across our state,” said District Attorney Kristine Russell. “Serving on boards...

ABTA urges further opening ahead of government review

ABTA has written to Grant Shapps, the secretary of state for transport, outlining the actions still needed from government to open up travel to more destinations, make foreign travel easier for UK citizens and support the industry through to recovery. The letter comes ahead of the next government strategic review...
Bend, ORcentraloregondaily.com

Bend Education Association donates $9K to community youth, family programs

The Bend Education Association (BEA) and its members has donated $9,000 to local organizations that positively impact youth and families in need in Bend and La Pine. Typically, BEA is able to offer scholarships to student groups and clubs that are competing locally and nationally, send members to educator gatherings, bring members together for celebratory events, and much more.

Celtics Star Throws Shade at Boston’s New Head Coach

Jaylen Brown is an All-Star and — without question — one of the best young players in the NBA, but the Boston Celtics are clearly Jayson Tatum’s squad. So Tatum’s relationship with team leadership is an important aspect of the Celtics’ efforts to build a contender. The dynamic between Tatum...
Real Estatedatadriveninvestor.com

Is the Lennar Corporation Making Money from Housing? — Market Mad House

Many investors are looking at home builders such as the Lennar Corporation (NYSE: LEN) because of America’s housing shortage. Notably, Lennar’s share price grew from $68.85 on 20 July 2020 to $100.11 on 22 July 2021. I think news stories about the housing shortage drive Lennar’s grow. For example, housing...

Six new National Junior Angus Board directors

Raising and showing cattle is a big component of the National Junior Angus Association (NJAA). However, the leadership skills developed through the NJAA are second to none. One area to grow as a leader in the NJAA is the through serving on the junior board of directors. During the closing ceremonies at the 2021 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) in Grand Island, Nebraska, as six members retired, six new board members were announced on Friday, July 16.
Rochester, NY13 WHAM

Rochester School For The Deaf Wildcats Golf Scramble - 9/18/21

Join us September 18th for our 1st RSD Wildcats Golf Scramble, 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM at The Links at Greystone 1400 Atlantic Ave. Walworth, NY 14568. Register today!. Rochester School for the Deaf (RSD) is one of eleven Section 4201 schools created by legislation to educate New York State’s deaf, blind and severely physically disabled students. Each school has its own Board of Directors and receives financial support for operations and programming directly from the New York State Department of Education. These eleven schools form the 4201 Schools Association of New York State. The mission of the Association is to enhance the future of New York’s children and advocate for the continuation of specialized services.

53rd Annual Sunset Beach Art Festival coming

The 53rd Annual Sunset Beach Art Festival will be held from 9-5, Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 14 and 15, along the greenbelt, between Seventh Street and Broadway as well as in The Nobles Family Community Center on 12th Street. It will feature more than 100 craftspeople and other vendors. Sunset...
Real EstatePosted by
Wichita Business Journal

Top Residential Agents: Alissa Unruh, J.P. Weigand & Sons Inc.

What led to your success in 2020? Hard work, a supportive family, amazing clients and a robust real estate industry. What achievement or achievements during your career are you most proud of? Helping clients who genuinely need and appreciate my services. It is so rewarding to see my clients reach their home buying and selling goals, witness their genuine happiness and know I had a positive impact in decisions surrounding one of their most important life events.