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Friday News, September 17th

(Le Mars) — Gehlen Catholic held ground breaking ceremonies yesterday (Thursday) on the expansion of the cafeteria facilities. Gehlen Catholic school board president, Andy Schmidt told the gathering the project is one of the largest and most exciting for Gehlen Catholic for the last 20 years. Schmidt informed the crowd that many Gehlen alumni have a helping hand in the renovation of the school’s cafeteria.
LE MARS, IA
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Tommy Thompson has surgery after water-skiing accident

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Tommy Thompson, the longest-serving governor in Wisconsin history and current interim president of the University of Wisconsin System, had surgery Thursday following a water-skiing accident. “On my way in to surgery this morning,” the 79-year-old Thompson posted on Facebook. “Had a little water skiing accident over...
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Athens Banner-Herald

Protesters at UGA, other schools end week-long push for COVID-19 mandates. What's next?

Statewide protests on university campuses in Georgia concluded Friday with demonstrators continuing to demand COVID-19 mask and vaccine mandates. Through the American Association of University Professors and the United Campus Workers of Georgia, protesters gathered for a week-long series of demonstrations that began Monday. Faculty, students and others joined the protests at the University of Georgia.
ATHENS, GA
Daily Iowan

Board of Regents President still says no masks

The Iowa state Board of Regents does not intend to let the universities it governs change policies around masking. In the regents meeting Thursday, Regents President Mike Richards told reporters the governing body does not intend to put a mask mandate into place at this time. “But we will keep...
IOWA STATE
Moscow-Pullman Daily News

WSU officials say COVID-19 efforts successful, despite ‘elephant in room’

Washington State University coach Nick Rolovich wasn’t mentioned by name, but he still came under fire during a Board of Regents meeting Thursday at Pullman. At its morning work session, the board heard a presentation regarding the school’s ongoing efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. Joel Schwartzkopf, executive director...
PULLMAN, WA
thecentersquare.com

California sheriff says he won’t enforce vaccine mandates

(The Center Square) – Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco said he would not enforce a vaccine mandate in his county in the wake of Los Angeles County issuing vaccine mandates and after President Joe Biden issued an executive order directing OSHA to regulate and enforce a vaccine mandate on employers with more than 100 workers.
CALIFORNIA STATE
uga.edu

‘It feels unreal’: UGA delivers first $1K vaccine prizes

50 vaccinated individuals win UGA’s $1,000 prize through incentive program. Fifty fully vaccinated members of the University of Georgia community won $1,000 in the first of three drawings to promote COVID-19 vaccinations on campus. The winners, made up of UGA students, staff and faculty, were drawn from more than 21,000...
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WTVQ

KCTCS board hears compensation improvement plan, approves updated bylaw

VERSAILLES, Ky. (WTVQ) – On Friday Kentucky Community and Technical College System Board of Regents meeting, the board heard a presentation on plans for improving the system’s compensation and job classification strategy. People from across all 16 colleges were engaged to develop an approach to begin to address issues such...
VERSAILLES, KY
Lewiston Morning Tribune

WSU: COVID-19 efforts have been a win

PULLMAN — Washington State University coach Nick Rolovich wasn’t mentioned by name, but he still came under fire during a Board of Regents meeting Thursday at Pullman. At its morning work session, the board heard a presentation regarding the school’s ongoing efforts to control the spread of COVID-19. Joel Schwartzkopf,...
PULLMAN, WA
thegeorgeanne.com

Turning Point USA shows up with anti-mask mandate signs in ‘happy coincidence’ with campus protests

Both protesting professors and Turning Point USA gathered at campus Wednesday, one advocating for a campus-wide mask mandate, the other for choice. “We didn’t even realize that they were going to be having a protest today,” Cassidy Riley an advocate for TP USA, a ‘non-partisan’ group that advocates for free speech, told the George-Anne. “So it was kind of a happy coincidence.”
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