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Sumner County, TNgallatinnews.com

Sumner students to return Aug. 3 with few COVID-19 restrictions

Amid a recent uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases both locally and nationally, Sumner County students will start the 2021-22 school year much as they did before the coronavirus pandemic hit Middle Tennessee in March of 2020. Sumner County Director of Schools Del Phillips outlined the school district’s COVID-19...
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Ocean Pines, MDOcean City Today

Pickled Goose in Ocean Pines off to rocky start

The new restaurant planned for the shuttered Whisker’s Bar and Grill location in Ocean Pines is not open yet, but the owners already have a violation on file with the Worcester County Board of License Commissioners. The Pickled Goose, which is set to open eventually at 1107 Cathell Road, recently...
Salt Lake City, UTPosted by
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DWR seeking public feedback for fur and cougar harvests

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is seeking public feedback on proposed changes to the upcoming season’s fur and cougar harvests. Over the next month, each of Utah’s five Regional Advisory Councils (RACs) will meet to go over the proposals. They will then submit recommendations to the Utah Wildlife Board. […]
Orange County, CAoc-breeze.com

Unsecured property tax bills for FY 2021-22 mailed and available online

Orange County Treasurer Shari Freidenrich announced that 54,478 unsecured property tax bills totaling over $320 million have been mailed to the names of the property owners on the most recent tax roll. These unsecured property tax bills are now available online at ocgov.com/octaxbill. These unsecured property taxes are related to...
Emporia, KSWIBW

USD 253 will not require masks for vaccine eligible students

EMPORIA, Kan. (WIBW) - Students eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine will not be required to wear masks in USD 253 buildings. According to reports from KVOE, Emporia USD 253 students, staff, faculty and visitors will not be required to wear a mask in district buildings unless they are not eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Downey, CAthedowneypatriot.com

Downey Unified prepares for start of new school year

All of our summer school programs have officially come to an end and we only have a few weeks before the 2021-22 school year. I hope our families have had some time to rest and recuperate before our first day of school on August 11th. As shared last month, our...
GamblingUS News and World Report

Nevada Casinos Tally Robust June Ahead of Return to Masks

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Nevada casinos rode a robust economic rebound from coronavirus restrictions in June, taking in more than $1 billion in winnings for the fourth straight month and nearly reaching the all-time record set a month earlier, state regulators reported Thursday. But a spike in COVID-19 cases since...
Business3DPrint.com

SmarTech and Stifel Launch Online Event for 3D Printing Investment

Ahead of RAPID 2021, SmarTech Analysis and Stifel Global Technology Group will be hosting an event dedicated to investment in the 3D printing industry. The half-day online summit, AM Investment Strategies, will take place September 9, 2021 and see lively discussions about the investment environment in public and private additive manufacturing (AM) markets. Attendees can register for free here.
SportsBloodhorse.com

Arlington Won't Seek 2022 Racing Dates, Horsemen Irate

With the deadline looming for 2022 racing dates applications, it appears Arlington International Racecourse and its owner, Churchill Downs Inc., are serious about this year's marketing slogan: "The Final Turn." Arlington president Tony Petrillo confirmed July 29 his earlier statement that the track is not preparing an application to race...
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