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Clearwater County, IDclearwatertribune.com

Fraser News for the week of June 23, 2021

The Fraser Community received another 1/10th inch of rain on the afternoon of Tuesday, Jun 15. Since then, Mother Nature has turned off her sprinkler system. The forecast is for hot temperatures to return to our area this week. Let’s hope it doesn’t last too long. Ed Berreth passed away...
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Chattanooga, TNchattanoogapulse.com

Chattanooga Rolls Out Free Walk-In Vaccinations At City's Community Centers

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly announced on Wednesday that the city will immediately begin offering free walk-in COVID-19 vaccines closer to home for most residents, opening up the city’s Community Centers for vaccinations. “As I promised on the campaign trail, we are now launching an effort to make COVID-19 vaccines available...
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Omaha, NEomahadailyrecord.com

CITY OF OMAHA PUBLIC NOTICES 6/4/21

The City Council of the City of Omaha will have a Pre-Council Meeting at 10:30 A.M. in the Roskens Room, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, for the purpose of discussing the agenda items and briefing and discussion of public business; and a regular Council Meeting at 2:00 P.M. on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, in the Legislative Chambers of the Omaha/Douglas Civic Center in Omaha, Nebraska. This meeting will have video conference capability. Proposed agenda kept continually current shall be available for public inspection in the Omaha/Douglas Civic Center at the Office of the City Clerk, but the Council shall have the right to modify the agenda to include items of an emergency nature only at such public meeting when convened. The video conference details and an agenda for the meeting is posted on the City of Omaha website at www.cityofomaha.org.
San Diego, CAsandiegocountynews.com

County installs free menstrual product dispensers in public facilities

San Diego, CA–The County of San Diego has launched a pilot program to support greater access to free menstrual products, including tampons and pads. The Free 4 Menstrual Equity, or Free4ME program, intends to address period poverty, a person’s inability to access or pay for menstrual products, according to Katie Cadiao, County of San Diego Communications Office.
Houston, TXsouthwestmanagementdistrict.org

The Thomas Telegraph: Vol. 2, Issue 21 – 05-28-2021

The Houston Health Department is currently offering the COVID-19 vaccine at 23 locations throughout the city. Walk-ins are welcome and appointments are available. For information on the locations, click on the image above or here. Free COVID-19 testing is still available at Alief ISD Crump Stadium. THE PEOPLE’S CHAMP. WHAM...
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