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BREAKING NEWS: KEY WEST’S ROYAL KING & QUEEN CAMPAIGN CANCELED

There will be no king and queen fundraising campaign for Key West’s Fantasy Fest this year. The Royal Campaign, an annual eight-week fundraising campaign for A.H. Monroe leading up to the island’s Fantasy Fest celebration in October, has been canceled, the nonprofit’s board of directors announced Friday afternoon. “In an...
KEY WEST, FL
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Breaking News: Judge rules against DeSantis’ mask mandate ban

Judge John Cooper of Florida’s Second Circuit Court in Leon County ruled that the state overstepped its authority in restricting school districts from enacting mask mandates after parents sued officials amid a surge in coronavirus infections. Cooper sided with parents from six Florida counties including Orange County who challenged Gov....
ORANGE COUNTY, FL
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davisvanguard.org

Breaking News: SB 9 Passes the Assembly on a 45-19 Bipartisan Vote

Sacramento – The Controversial housing bill, SB 9 that would eliminate single family zoning has passed the Assembly on a bipartisan vote of 45-19. “This bill is about opening the door for more families to pursue their version of the California Dream—whether that means building a home for an elderly parent to live in, creating a new source of income, buying that first house, or being welcomed into a new neighborhood. It’s about giving parents the chance to pass on wealth to their children and giving neighbors the chance to make our communities more inclusive,” Senator Atkins said in a statement released this morning.
SACRAMENTO, CA
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Breaking News: Washington County Board of Commissioners Adopts Rules to Enforce Mask Mandate

Board of County Commissioners approve local enforcement of statewide mask mandate. On August 24, 2021, the Washington County Board of Commissioners, acting in their role as Local Public Health Authority for Washington County, unanimously agreed to enact a new rule authorizing County Health and Human Services staff to enforce Oregon’s statewide mask mandates.
PUBLIC HEALTH
Poker News

WSOP 2021 Breaking News: COVID-19 Vaccination Required for All Attendees

All attendees at the 2021 World Series of Poker in Las Vegas — players, media, spectators, staff --must provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19, the WSOP announced in a Friday press release. Earlier this month, the WSOP introduced Rule 115, which permits staff to remove any player who is suspected...
LAS VEGAS, NV
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Panthers show promise in loss to Mexico

It was a hot, hard-fought night at the Centralia Panthers’ Miller Field when the Panthers hosted the Mexico Bulldogs for their season opener. Despite heroic efforts on both sides of the ball, Centralia lost, 46 – 20. Centralia Head Coach Tyler Forsee was already moving on and looking at the...
CENTRALIA, MO
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BREAKING NEWS: Yuma home damaged by fire

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) - A house fire late Tuesday afternoon forced several families to evacuate their homes. The blaze broke out around four p.m. along 6th Avenue near 14th Street. The homeowner told News 11's Cody Lee a powerline started the fire. He claims the line began sparking, and those sparks then set his home on fire. However, firefighters have not yet confirmed the cause.
YUMA, AZ
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The Breaking News on Fluoridation and Intelligence Shows Even More Harm. Part 2: An Interview with Paul Connett, Ph.D.

Note: The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author (s) and contributor (s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the publisher and editors of WholeFoods Magazine. Information in this interview is intended for educational and scientific purposes only. It is not intended as medical or nutritional advice for the treatment or prevention of disease. For medical advice, consult your personal health care practitioner.
SCIENCE

Man dies after stabbing in Dorchester, Boston Police search for suspect

DORCHESTER, Mass. — An adult male has died after he was stabbed in the neck Saturday morning on Blue Hill Avenue and Columbia Road in Dorchester. The Boston Police Department told Boston 25 News they were first alerted to the incident at approximately 9:20 a.m. After arriving on scene, they found an adult male suffering life-threatening injuries after he was allegedly stabbed in the neck. The victim was later transported to a nearby hospital where he later died. The identity of the victim has yet to be released.
BOSTON, MA
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