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Central Oregon Veterans Day Events Still Planned Despite Pandemic | Local & State

Veterans Day events will continue this year in central Oregon despite the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. Parades are still scheduled in Prineville and Madras with strict social distancing measures and surveillance from county health officials. Bend’s Veterans Day parade is canceled, but local veterans are still planning a flag ceremony that …

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Tony-winning choreographer Ann Reinking dies at 71

NEW YORK (AP) – Ann Reinking, Tony Award-winning choreographer, actress and collaborator of Bob Fosse, who has helped bring a cool and muscular hybrid of jazz and burlesque movement to Broadway and beyond, is deceased. She was 71 years old. Reinking died on Saturday while visiting family in Seattle, manager …

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Election Crimes Chief Resigns After Barr Calls on Prosecutors to Investigate Allegations of Election Fraud | Best Stories

WASHINGTON (NBC) – The head of the Justice Department’s branch that prosecutes election crimes resigned hours after Attorney General William Barr issued a note to federal prosecutors to investigate “specific allegations” of voter fraud before the results of the presidential race are certified. Richard Pilger, who was director of the …

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Austin records highest number of homicides in 20 years

AUSTIN, Texas – On Saturday, the Austin Police Department reported the city’s 43rd homicide in 2020 after two people were murdered in separate incidents. Friday night and Saturday morning. “It’s sad to see people being victimized,” said Austin Police Association president Ken Casaday. FOX 7 Austin has examined the city’s …

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Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the World Food Program

World Food Program celebrates Nobel Peace Prize The World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize for its efforts in the fight against hunger. (Credit: World Food Program (WFP) via Storyful) NIAMEY, Niger (AP) – The World Food Program won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its efforts to …

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In the kitchen: local clams with Caroline’s “XO” and garlic butter

In the kitchen today, we welcome Chef Todd Camp from Huck filling station make local clams with Carolina “XO” and garlic butter. Ingredients for Carolina “XO”: 1/2 cup (45 grams) smoked scallops (can be used dried) 1/4 cup (30 grams) smoked shrimp (can use dried) 3 of each small dried …

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In the kitchen: Grilled top sirloin, grilled strip loin and classic cheeseburger

Today, dietitian and chef, Abbie gellman joins us outside to show us some summer grilling tips while making grilled sirloin, grilled strip loin and classic cheeseburger. Ingredients and Instructions for Grilled Sirloin Steak: 1 beef (~ 1 1/4 pounds total) Boneless sirloin steak, 1 inch thick 1 teaspoon of kosher …

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New “fish condo” off the east coast of Providence, bustling with activities

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – An 11,000 square foot home has become one of Rhode Island’s hottest real estate, but you probably wouldn’t want to live there. Its current residents are fish and it is located inside an artificial reef off the east coast of Providence. The man-made “fish condominium” …

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activist to protest stay-at-home order in Oregon | Coronavirus

A Conservative activist in Redmond plans to protest the governor’s stay-at-home order with a Friday night rally outside the closed Redmond City Hall. “We’re going to talk about what it takes to bring our community back to life, to become alive and open for business again,” organizer BJ Soper said …

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Bear cams creates a wild reality TV show

Web cameras in Katmai National Park in Alaska give viewers a glimpse of the park’s famous bears% 27s There are eight cameras this year% 2C compared to five last year Cameras capture Brooks Falls% 2C where bears congregate to catch salmon as they travel up the river to spawn KATMAI …

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