Monthly Archives: September 2021

Moline buys property behind the public library | Politics and Elections

The town of Moline purchased a house for $ 230,000 on an acre lot behind the public library for the purpose of making it an outdoor space for library patrons. The town of Moline has purchased a house adjacent to the public library, 3210 41st St., with the aim of …

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School vaccine mandate would disrupt education of students with special needs, SI families lawsuit says

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Staten Island parents of students with special needs at a school in Pleasant Plains filed a lawsuit Wednesday aimed at blocking the removal of unvaccinated staff who fail to meet the Friday afternoon deadline of the city to get at least one coronavirus (COVID-19) jab, saying …

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Bayer Releases Final Adverse Event Analysis of Essure to FDA

Dive brief: Bayer posted its final analysis of reported adverse events for its Essure permanent contraceptive implant is taken from social media and meets the requirements of the waiver of standard reporting requirements granted by the FDA. The final report includes a month of additional data. During this month of …

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How bosses should write books

Oct 2nd 2021 CHIEF EXECUTIVES are not, it goes without saying, the world’s most natural writers. They do not rise to the top without laserlike ambition, a trait that rarely leads to literary reflection. To achieve success, they have to murder their straight-talking selves and master corporate twaddle instead. They …

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October 21 news and events announced at Bellingham Public Library

The opening hours of the library are Monday and Wednesday, 9:30 am to 8 pm; Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 am-7:00pm; and Friday and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The library is closed Monday October 11 for Columbus Day. For updates on library programs and services, please visit the library’s …

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Parents’ Council for Special Education Hopes to Broaden Sense of ‘Belonging’ to District 65

“So I understand he has Down syndrome,” said a young boy as he approached Kelly Baldrate and his son, Sean, in a lakeside playground. Baldrate confirmed his statement and the boy engaged Sean in a conversation about pets and the movies. The boy revealed that he had a school friend …

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Special events return to Panama City Beach after drop in COVID cases

PANAMA CITY BEACH Fla. (WMBB) – Panama City Beach officials have said the city will resume hosting large special events. In early August, the city canceled five major events, including the Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. Panama City Beach City Manager Drew Whitman is …

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Library plans many events in October | People

There’s no better way to celebrate fall than with a good book, and the Park County Library is the place to find that book and more. October is filled with fun activities at all three libraries. The Park County Library is excited to announce the unveiling of the Park County …

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U.S. Genre Film Fests Plan Second Virtual NIGHTSTREAM Festival – The Hollywood Reporter

Four U.S. genre film festivals are set to host the second annual online-only festival, NIGHTSTREAM, to jointly screen films and other programming from their events amid the pandemic. The Boston Underground Film Festival, Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, North Bend Film Festival and Overlook Film Festival will stage the virtual festival …

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Kentucky Department of Education Releases School Report Card

FRANKFURT, Ky. (WSAZ) – The Kentucky Department of Education released the 2020-2021 school reports on Wednesday. “This is just a strategy schools are using to better understand the academic performance of students who have been tested, amid a variety of COVID-19 learning disruptions in addition to the formative assessments that …

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