Girl Scout builds space for community during pandemic | Victoria

Carsynn Shilinga, 16, worked tirelessly for weeks through the summer heat to erect a brand new outdoor gathering space for the community at Son Valley Ranch as part of her Girl Scouts Gold Award project. During the construction months, she would come to the ranch two to three times a …

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Richard A. Lutes Sr. | Boothbay Registry

Richard A. Lutes Sr. of Wiscasset, born October 10, 1940, died October 7, 2021. Dick grew up in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He was one of five children of Charles and Pauline Lutes. He had a strong work ethic and a strong desire to learn; he worked as a commercial fisherman, boat …

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ESPN and Fox bet on sports betting. But will they all go in?

Sports televised recognized betting on games with a wink and a nod. Veteran sports presenter Brent Musburger was known to have used the term “my guys in the wilderness” – a reference to gamers in Las Vegas – signaling viewers that betting information was coming. According to Musburger’s nephew, Brian …

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How AI and a Strong Need for Sustainability Affect the Evolution of the Travel Industry by Jason Fong

2021 is only halfway through, and it cannot yet be said that we have beaten the pandemic, but yet, at the same time, the travel and tourism industry is said to be on the verge of a fairly rapid boom. . In many ways and in many places the recovery …

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Millions of sea creatures lived on the Elly Shelf off the California coast. Will they survive the oil spill? | national

LOS ANGELES – Perched above the waves about nine miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, the oil processing platform known as Elly looks like an industrial horror – a tangle of hard metal surfaces, of cranes and pipes. But dive 30 feet below the waves and you step into …

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US eases restrictions on international travel by allowing 3 more vaccines

A boon to international travel from Houston, the United States will now accept vaccines approved by the FDA and the World Health Organization for travelers entering the country. The decision was announced Friday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Reuters reported. The expanded vaccine list comes after the …

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Their scouting is the best among all franchises – Irfan Pathan on Mumbai Indians (MI)

Former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan believes that the search for talent carried out by Bombay Indians (MI) is the best of all Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises. Mumbai Indians is the most successful franchise in Indian Premier League (IPL) history. As they have won the IPL Trophy 5 times, they …

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Major Samuel Barnard Stewart II, USAR | Obituary

Major Samuel (Sam) Barnard Stewart ll, USAR, was born in San Antonio in 1941 to LTC Sam (Sanlen) and Bea Tucker Stewart. He passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family and friends on October 1, a month before his 80th birthday. Sam is survived by his beloved wife, Nancy, …

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First Friday Scores Down – Week 8 | Sports

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – The 2021 high school football season is officially underway, and the WDRB Sports team has the most comprehensive coverage of games on both sides of the river. Below are the final scores for week 8. Check back later to see the highlights of Kentucky and Indiana. …

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Business travel Amid the pandemic: lawyers ready to come back to life Are they gone?

For more than 18 months now, lawyers and staff have largely been working from home thanks to the pandemic. But with law firms now announcing (and postponing and then delaying) their plans to return to the office, the prospect of a commute is looming on the horizon. And with a …

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