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New conservation agent to serve Nodaway County

MARYVILLE, Mo. — The 2021 Missouri bowhunting season had something different in store for new county residents Kris and Madeline Smith. A typical season might see Kris Smith deep out in the woods waiting with his bow for the right prey, but this year he’ll be traversing the trees in search of code violations and hunters to help, as Nodaway County’s new conservation agent.
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Waterloo Cedar-Falls Courier

Waterloo, Cedar Falls mayoral candidate virtual forums planned

A Waterloo mayoral candidates virtual forum will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26. The forum is sponsored by the Black Hawk/Bremer League of Women Voters and the Black Hawk county Chapter of NAACP. This forum is virtual and the public may be view it on at
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Haunted Campground set to scare on Saturday

MARYVILLE, Mo. — If seeking a fun way to celebrate Halloween with the family, the 13th annual Mozingo Haunted Campground will be held Saturday, Oct. 23 at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park. The event kicks off at the RV Campground with a pumpkin carving contest at 3 p.m. followed shortly with...
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Transfer Student Spotlight on Payton Dhooge

UA Little Rock is highlighting some of its outstanding transfer students in celebration of National Transfer Student Week, Oct. 18-22. Payton Dhooge is a mass communication major at UA Little Rock. What is your hometown?. I was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Tell us about yourself. From the ages of 6-14,...

🎥Watch the Barton County candidate forum

The Great Bend League of Women Voters conducted a candidate forum Thursday, Oct. 21 inside the Great Bend Public Library. Several candidates in contested races throughout Barton County participated in the forum to answer questions ahead of the November General Election.

Fargo Fungi transforming Red River Market into mushroom kingdom

FARGO — Chris Wilkes received an unsurprising response from his wife when he pitched his idea to build a DIY mushroom lab in their family's basement. The lab is Wilkes’s sterilized mushroom metropolis and the epicenter of Fargo Fungi, where he grows culinary mushrooms to sell at the Red River Market.

Bloxom and Norton square off in Chamber Forum

The ESVA Chamber held a candidates forum Wednesday evening at Sunset Beach KOA Campground at Wise Point, the southern tip of Northampton County, in the Barrier Islands Room. In the first half of the forum, Delegate Rob Bloxom and Finale Norton discussed a wide range of issues facing local businesses and the local economy.

Fantastic Fido’s celebrates opening

MARYVILLE, Mo. — Loud barking may have pushed revelers outside Tuesday morning, but Alyson Fisher, owner of Fantastic Fido’s in St. Joseph who recently expanded to Maryville, was excited to cut the ceremonial ribbon opening her business to the public. On Tuesday, Fisher celebrated with the members of the Greater...

Montreal’s Forum RIDM unveils 2021 program for hybrid event

Organizers have announced details for the 17th edition of documentary conference Forum RIDM, which will take place from November 13 to 17 in Montreal. This year’s event will be held in a hybrid format with a combination of in-person and virtual events that will allow for wider international participation. The 2021 edition will see the return of programs like the Talent Lab, presented by Netflix, the Création Plurielle workshop series presented by the Bell Fund and the connected One-on-One pitch event presented in collaboration with the Alliance des producteurs francophones du Canada.

BIS to Host Virtual Forum on Risks in ICT Supply Chain

As previously reported, in February 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order 14017 (“EO 14017”), which instructed various government agencies to review the current supply chain risks for critical sectors and subsectors of the Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”) industrial base and provide the executive branch with reports of identified risks. In order to comply with EO 14017, the Bureau of Industry and Security (“BIS”) recently announced that it will host a virtual forum soliciting recommendations from the public on how to strengthen the resiliency of the ICT industrial base. The ICT industrial base consists of:

TDAI Fall Forum - Data for Good, Ethically

The Translational Data Analytics Institute’s Fall Forum is open campus-wide. You may attend virtually or in-person for all or just some of the sessions! This year, the TDAI Fall Forum’s theme is Data for Good – Ethically. The Forum aims to connect the entire OSU community with each other, as well as a variety of subject matter experts to stimulate intellectual exchange and interdisciplinary research, scholarship, and creative expression.
San Luis Obispo Tribune

Paso Robles High School ‘Coming Out Against Hate’

The Paso Robles High School Unity Choir lead 300 audience members in singing "Love Is Love Is Love Is Love" during the "Coming Out Against Hate" forum held Oct. 20. The forum was held in response to recent homophobic attacks at the school.

McFeely: Victimhood is a way of life for right-wingers

FARGO — Victims. Always the victims. That's the beauty of being a right-winger in America today. You can scream about personal responsibility and accountability from the highest mountaintop, but when held personally responsible and accountable you whine about being a victim. Allie Ollenburger, organizer of the failed Fargo School Board...

The Superyacht Forum Live, four weeks to go!

After a year’s break caused by the pandemic, the superyacht industry’s premier event returns from 15-17 November in Amsterdam. The Superyacht Forum Live represents the first true opportunity for the industry’s most influential stakeholders to take stock of the previous 18 months and look ahead to the various ways that the superyacht market should evolve with 2030 as a key target date in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. With various protocols in place to ensure a safe bubble and maskless event, this year's programme takes a new and dynamic approach to problem-solving, solution creating and networking.
Lexington County Chronicle

Lexington Chamber to Hold Forum for Town Council Candidates

The Lexington Chamber and Visitors Center will hold a forum on Monday, eight days ahead of the Nov. 2 election to decide three seats on the Town Council. The center is located at 311 W Main St. The forum will start at 6:30 p.m. and feature all four candidates for the three at-large seats.