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Go Big For The Dodger Kids | News, Sports, Jobs

– Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of Fort Dodge, carefully pulls out one of the sticks while playing a game of Kerplunk with her husband, Merv, at the annual Go Big, Go Dodgers fundraiser held at Fort Frenzy in 2018 . – Photo from messenger file Catherine Casey, of …

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Computer Education ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Launches Debate on Data Sovereignty

Efforts are underway to teach computers to understand ‘ōlelo Hawai’i (Hawaiian language). The use of artificial intelligence technology could be a game-changer in advancing the use of the Hawaiian language. But some are concerned about tech companies and control – an area of ​​concern they call “data sovereignty.” Hawaiian-language researchers …

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Kick-start for the new municipal court in Trotwood

“It’s a lot,” he said. “It makes sense to have a court in the jurisdiction where we live because the police, they have families. Everyone is shorthanded. Everyone tries to attend all these court appearances. It makes sense to represent people where the tribunal is. To explore2020 census: here are …

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Pandemic Stories Set to Music Offer Inspiration and Healing – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

This scene is from the choral oratorio “Six Feet Apart,” a Rogue Valley-based multimedia production of Oregon pandemic stories premiered on August 29. Screenshot by video designer Camilla Tallis. Video designer and director Camilla Tassi produced the multimedia performance of “Six Feet Apart”. Courtesy photo The Los Angeles-based HEX ensemble …

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Zello keeps people informed during unrest in South Africa

Gosai, also from Durban, was among 180,000 people who downloaded Zello following Zuma’s arrest. Users subscribe to channels to talk to each other, sending live audio files that can be accessed by anyone listening to the channel. Zello was originally designed to help people communicate and organize themselves after natural …

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Adult play areas are popping up all over town

After a year and a half, we all deserve a little fun. That’s why the Reset Organization is launching a summer series of 50 pop-up adult play areas across the city. The ephemeral playground is an outdoor audio experience designed to aid social recovery by encouraging individuals to develop a …

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The fourth parade was top notch!

The people of Stoughton, like everywhere else, were calling for a parade. The COVID pandemic put an end to the July 4 and Christmas parades of last year. Thousands of people gathered on Sunday July 4 for the annual Independence Day Parade in Stoughton. Roger Caissie of High voltage sound …

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A new era for audio streaming

Audio Stream – the live stream of the radio station’s programming via the station’s website, iono.fm or other streaming platforms In 2019, the Infinite Dial report measured digital audio listening online and found that 44% of South Africans listened to the radio on a device other than the radio *. …

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NSW COVID cases increase, Qld border closes at NSW hotspots, Victoria restrictions are relaxed, NSW red zones announced, NZ travel bubble with NSW on hiatus, Sun Yang banned from Games Tokyo Olympics in 2021

Prime Minister Scott Morrison today issued a message of support for NSW, saying he supports the new measures introduced by the Berejiklian government this morning to reduce the spread of COVID-19. He said the Commonwealth stood ready to provide any assistance requested. The federal government will also introduce new supports …

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They are people too, and should be respected

On World Refugee Day tomorrow, the Malaysian Bar reiterates its call on the government to defend and respect the rights and dignity of all refugees and asylum seekers in Malaysia. Malaysia hosts a large population of refugees and asylum seekers. There are 179,570 refugees and asylum seekers registered with the …

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Global news in brief

Canadian diocese launches Covid appeal THE Anglican Diocese of Moosonee, Canada, has launched an urgent fundraising appeal to support communities in the Kashechewan First Nation in northern Ontario who are in a “growing state of emergency” due to the increase in Covid-19 cases, mainly in children. More than 200 cases …

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Umoja Health | KALW

It’s a blustery Saturday morning at the Pop-up Clinic in the parking lot of Paradise Baptist Church in Oakland. It’s a simple setup: a few tents, audio speakers for music, and plastic chairs. People line up on the sidewalk and volunteers in black hoodies buzz under the tents. Minnie, who …

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Audio postcard: Opening day at Sandy Beach Park

A new playground at Sandy Beach Park opened on Wednesday. (Photo by Katie Anastas) There is a new playground at Sandy Beach Park with slides, swings, monkey bars, and a climbing area. Volunteers spent several days last week riding it. Children, parents, grandparents and volunteers celebrated the end of construction …

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Senators Moran, Manchin, Ernst and Shaheen Introduce Bill to Make Telehealth Flexibilities Permanent in Rural and Under-Served Areas – Press Releases

WASHINGTON DC. – US Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) Introduced the Rural Telehealth Access Protection Act with Sens. Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Jeanne Shaheen (DN.H.) to make current flexibilities in telehealth permanent. This bipartite legislation would ensure that rural and underserved community health care providers are able to …

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A center to boost digital literacy

The College of Arts & Sciences ENGL 105 course, required for all students, is an example of how digital media is incorporated into classes at Carolina. Instructors use project-based homework to teach students how to write in professional and academic genres. Some projects require the use of video and other …

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5 companies that can offer recurring services

Many business owners have been inspired by the successes of companies like Design Pickle, rushing to start their own unlimited service business. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery after all. A recurring service business indeed brings many benefits to the table. But what type of business can offer regularly …

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