Several arrests made in South Lake Tahoe due to looting while mandatory evacuations are in place | News from Carson City, Nevada

by Paula Peterson, South Tahoe Now Many law enforcement agencies have been in South Lake Tahoe since the Caldor Fire began its push east toward the lake. They helped with evacuations after the orders were issued on Sunday and Monday, and since then they have patrolled the neighborhood looking for …

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Registration opens for the Girl Scout Outdoor Adventure Day on September 25 in Erlanger

The Kentucky Girl Scouts of Wilderness Road (GSKWR) are currently accepting registrations for their Outdoor Adventure Day on Saturday, September 25 in Erlanger. The one-day camp will consist of a morning and afternoon session. The first session runs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and the second session runs from …

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OVAC 5A Battle Powers | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo of Kristin Mazgaj Wheeling Park faces another tough test this week as they return to Ohio to play in Steubenville on Friday. By ED LOOMAN For the Intelligent STEUBENVILLE – A few Ohio Valley heavyweights will face off in an early-season showdown at Harding Stadium on Friday when Big …

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The Union Library will organize a discussion with the candidate on “Alone” television

The Vose Library is scheduled to welcome Michelle Finn, a contestant for season 8 of the reality show “Alone”, at 7pm on Wednesday, September 8th. Contribution photo UNION – The Vose Library is scheduled to welcome Michelle Finn, a contestant for Season 8 of the reality show “Alone”, at 7pm …

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Following governor’s call for visitors to stay away, travel agents see more cancellations

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – The CDC is asking unvaccinated Americans to forgo travel over Labor Day weekend, and says even vaccinated travelers should delay unnecessary travel. The alert comes after Gov. David Ige asked visitors to stay away and residents to avoid non-essential travel amid a continuing rise in COVID infections. …

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Where wealthy Chinese travelers are going during the pandemic

(CNN) – The sandy shores of Sanya. The mountains of Yunnan. Giant pandas sanctuaries in Sichuan. Wealthy Chinese travelers may not be able to travel overseas easily these days, but there is no shortage of attractive travel destinations in their own backyards. And it looks like the country is gearing …

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Eagle Scout works to prevent local drownings | Advertisement

Nathan Jones has installed two new lifebuoys along the Stafford side of the Rappahannock River. Nathan Jones of Stafford County earned the rank of Eagle Scout after leading a group of Boy Scouts, family and friends to complete a project designed to help prevent local drownings along the river Rappahannock. …

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Where to dine and dive in once things are safer

You can’t expect the man who built his career around chasing “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives” to take a typical vacation. So when Guy Fieri brings his family to Hawaii, he doesn’t spend much time by the pool. “There are so many great places on the islands. The more you dig, …

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Epic 1971 Outer Banks Biking Trip Changed Teenage Lives

From left to right, Gary Snyder, Kevin Duffus and Bob Thurber are shown after their 425 mile cycling tour in this cut from the September 10, 1971 edition of the Greenville Daily Reflector. Fifty years ago, 17-year-old Kevin Duffus and his two high school buddies set off in the early …

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Players Show College Coaches ‘What Baseball Is In Maui’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Retired Major League Baseball player Shane Victorino speaks with attendees at the ninth annual Paradise Baseball Prospects Camp Monday afternoon at Maehara Stadium. The St. Anthony High School graduate told presentation attendees that he wished he had had an opportunity similar to their age. Maui News / ROBERT COLLIAS photos …

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