Recordando Mi Abuelita – Souvenir of my grandmother – Reporter from Los Alamos

Councilor Jamie Thordsen remembers his late grandmother in a moving comment. Courtesy photo BY JAMIE THORDSENAdvisorLos Alamos Family Council When I think of my late grandmother, I remember the sparkle of humor that shone in her eyes, the wise words she recited daily, and the fact that she knew she …

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CBS Sports and Army Football agree multi-year extension to 2028 season

Getty Images CBS Sports and Army have agreed to a multi-year extension to continue their partnership until the 2028 season, keeping CBS Sports Network as the television source for Black Knights home football games. CBS Sports previously extended a deal in 2017 to broadcast Army games until 2022. “We are …

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WTTC strives to advance sustainability in reopening travel and tourism

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) and the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) launched a new report on June 16, “Rethinking single-use plastic products in travel and tourism”, highlighting the complexity of the problem and offering potential solutions to businesses. within the industry. The travel and tourism industry is …

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Former Boy Scout Leader Graham William Morine gets 18 more months in prison, as survivor talks about overcoming fear and mistrust

Former Boy Scout Leader Graham William Morine has also been involved with Glenfield Rovers Football Club. Photo / Stephen Parker The victim of a serial child molester says that after years of fear and mistrust, he found the solution thanks to the support of his wife and the imprisonment of …

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Tightened fire restrictions begin in Lake Tahoe | News from Carson City, Nevada

The enhanced fire restrictions begin on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 and will remain in effect until November or until canceled. Wood and charcoal fires and other fire related activities are prohibited on National Forest System lands in the Lake Tahoe Basin, including serviced campgrounds. Illegal campfires are the cause of …

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ESPN’s marks on the NBA Finals: “Why not Phoenix?”

Phoenix Suns goalie Chris Paul congratulates his teammates during a timeout in the second half of Game 4 of an NBA second-round playoff series against the Denver Nuggets on Sunday, June 13, 2021, in Denver. (AP Photo / David Zalubowski) ESPN insider Bobby Marks picked the Phoenix Suns early on …

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Before the pandemic, airports needed $ 115 billion in infrastructure repairs. Then travel dried up and income collapsed.

When low-cost airline Avelo Airlines launched the first of 11 new small-town and secondary airport routes from the 14-gate Hollywood Burbank Airport in April, it raised the profile of the airport. as an alternative to Los Angeles International – and shed light on its outdated facilities. “The existing terminal is …

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Girl Scouts have millions of unsold cookies – East Bay Times

Girl Scouts have an unusual problem this year: 15 million unsold boxes of cookies. The 109-year-old organization says the coronavirus – not a thinner claim from Thin Mints – is the main culprit. As the pandemic progressed into the spring sales season, many troops shut down their traditional cookie kiosks …

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Teach my black son to swim

My son, Nasir, and I took our first “mom and me” swimming lesson right after turning 1 year old. He had always loved putting his feet in the water on the beach or floating on my husband’s back, but this would be his first experience learning to submerge in a …

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Finishing careers | News, Sports, Jobs

Correspondent Photo / Robert Hayes Mathews’ Ashley Deans takes a dip in center field during the annual All-Star Doubles between Trumbull and Mahoning County on Monday night at YSU. YOUNGSTOWN – As the sun sets in Youngstown State on Monday, Ursuline’s Maris Barbato gazed at the lot at the corner …

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