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Monroe County, WILa Crosse Tribune

COLUMN: Teamwork solves stolen deer case in Monroe County

Thanks to timely teamwork with other Department of Natural Resources conservation wardens, I am pleased to report the 2020 case of the stolen buck is in the books as a solved case — with the property back home. It was Oct. 24, 2020, when I received the complaint about a...
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Teamwork is key to planetary missions office

Brian Key could feel the pressure wave. He heard windows in his home rattle. But even as a child, this was no moment of fear. The son of a Kennedy Space Center employee, Key was watching a rocket launch from his backyard – a common occurrence for a kid growing up on the Space Coast of Florida in the 1960s and 1970s.
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United People Model United Nations (UPMUN) 2021

United People Model United Nations is a program developed by youths to ensure equality in and through education which will boost youth’s self-development and self-esteem. United People Model United Nations also aims to foster youth’s sense of responsibility as to unity in diversity and global issues that are happening by providing them a platform to access first-rate education through an international Model United Nations to address and resolve these international issues. Above all that, United People Model United Nations pledged to make no compromise in the quality of our programs with a modest rate for our young future leaders.
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Valuable skills attained in first jobs

First jobs are typically on the lower end of the pay scale, but they often do provide an opportunity to develop crucial skills that are valuable in future jobs and job satisfaction, according to results from a survey conducted for McDonald’s and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). The...
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The Good, Bad & Ugly. One Woman Shares How The Pandemic Has Affected Her Career

A disproportionate number of women have left the workforce since the pandemic began compared to their male counterparts, with four times the exodus. After 2.3 million women dropped out of the labor force between February 2020 and February 2021, women’s workforce participation declined to 57%—the lowest it’s been since 1988, according to NWLC.
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The Good Stuff by Shelley Bennett

Last week my husband and I experienced some of the greatest good stuff: sending our first born off to college. Our son Jacob recently signed a letter of intent to continue his education and play baseball at Centenary College of Louisiana in Shreveport. And while our hearts are filled with...
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