Monthly Archives: September 2022

Cash Express, LLC Files Data Breach Notice for Unauthorized Access to Company’s Computer Network | Console and Associates, PC

On September 15, 2022, Cash Express, LLC filed a data breach with the Montana Attorney General after the company suffered a data breach involving an unauthorized party with access to sensitive consumer data contained on Cash’s network. Express. According to Cash Express, the breach resulted in the compromise of first …

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How Climate Change Affects These 13 Foods

Recent research published by Verisk, a data analytics company, indicates that corn grain yield will decline 20-40% in the US Corn Belt from 1991-2000 levels by 2046-2055. (In case you’re unfamiliar, 1991 is a benchmark year because it marks what’s considered US normals, a 30-year average of climate data points …

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Students watch Queen’s funeral in Charles’ former bedroom

A group of pupils from the King’s former school said it was “surreal” to sit in their former bedroom while watching the Queen’s funeral. Gordonstoun School in Morayshire suspended lessons on Monday to allow staff and pupils to watch the funeral broadcast. King Charles joined the independent school in 1962 …

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The New Guard: Huntridge LLC earns tricolors all year round

Halie Robinson and Baas By Tyler Bui If you had asked Halie Robinson years ago what her dream barn might look like, she would have described the barn she has now. “I always had a very specific vision of what I wanted the stable to be and what I wanted …

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It’s harvest season and local food banks want surplus items to help families in need

BLACKFOOT— Nearly 200 volunteers showed up at Blackfoot Saturday morning to pick, shell, blanch and package corn for The Community Dinner Table. The Community Dinner Table is a multi-faith organization that offers weekly dinners in Bingham County for those in need of a meal or fellowship. Lee Hammett and Randy …

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Payday lenders disappear from Bellevue, rest of state after interest capped at 36% | Nice view

Nebraska payday lenders have all closed in the two years since voters capped the interest rate they could charge. The latest handful waived their delayed depository services business licenses in December, according to records maintained by the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance. Just six months earlier, there were 19 …

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Tensions rise in Belgrade ahead of planned Pride march | app

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Amid rising tensions, police were deployed to downtown Belgrade on Saturday where a pride march was scheduled to take place despite threats from anti-gay groups and an earlier official ban. Raising hopes that the pan-European LGBTQ event will go ahead without violence, organizers said on Saturday …

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Museum curator Milo is proud to unveil the official website of the Hattiesburg Pocket Museum

Mississippi’s smallest museum, located in downtown Hattiesburg, now has its own website www.hattiesburgpocketmuseum.com. Milo, curator of the museum, now has a new “house” on the Internet to welcome all his guests! Grab a magnifying glass and peer into his little world where (on the desktop version) he pops out of …

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The DailyPay solution is now available on SAP® Store

By integrating with SAP® Success factors® solutions, the DailyPay on-demand payment solution provides financial well-being and flexibility to millions of customers nationwide. NEW YORK, September 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — DailyPay, Inc., a leader in on-demand payment, today announced that its Daily Pay the payment on demand solution is now available …

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Michael Pearce Cornwall Test Tractor Crash

THE TRIAL of a retired tractor driver has been adjourned after a problem with a witness statement prevented the court from proceeding. Michael Joseph Pearce, 76, of Newmill, near Penzance, appeared at Truro Magistrates’ Court today on one count of allegedly driving a power-driven vehicle on a road or in …

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Time to check your weekend shopping schedule

This weekend, all you need to know is “It’s Bristol, baby”. The historic half-mile oval is back in the spotlight this fall and better than ever. It’s the NASCAR Truck, Xfinity and Cup Series championships and you need to change your nights starting Thursday with the Bush’s Beans/Sioux Chief Showdown …

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“He was wearing tartan pajamas in the laundry!” Jockstrap Electro Mashup Masters Get Clean | Music

IIt’s the hottest day of the summer and Taylor Skye has found one of the few public spaces in Penzance safe from the midday glare: a graveyard. The electronic producer, one half of Jockstrap, leads us past a man who slept last night between the gravestones of St Mary’s Church, …

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BBB warns against predatory payday loan companies

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (KAUZ) — The Better Business Bureau warns of predatory payday loan companies and fraudsters who thrive among unequal laws and stolen data. Amid inflation, the COVID-19 pandemic and job losses, many consumers have turned to payday loans for short-term solutions, according to the BBB. This would have …

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Interview with Jane Johnson for the release of The White Hare

The White Hare, an intriguing tale of fractured relationships and new beginnings, is set in a strange Cornish glen and is based on real-life supernatural experience. We spoke to author Jane Johnson about her new book. Jane Johnson’s husband likes to walk the coastal path. He leaves their home in …

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How King Charles’ school, where he dealt with bullies, shaped him

Britain’s new monarch, King Charles, spent his formative years at a Scottish boarding school where his late father, Prince Philip, had also studied and wanted his son to go, according to Reuters. Charles was sent to Gordonstoun, a private boarding school on the north coast of Scotland, when he was …

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How to beat mid-term scams – plus the best deals to book now | Travel

AIt took £130billion to – momentarily – lift our spirits and put a glimmer of hope at the end of winter’s dark tunnel. Think back to Thursday and the announcement that energy bills will be capped at £2,500 for two years. It meant families could breathe a sigh of relief …

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Nebraska drought affects Dodge County farmers

Grant Hansen farms about 1,000 acres in Ames, Nebraska, including a three-quarter mile stretch along the Platte River. This year’s drought, like many, has been hard on him and his crop. “I have spots in my field that have burned to the ground,” Hansen said. Hansen has seen about half …

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10 Hidden Locations In Mario Games That Most Players Never Find

Few things are as satisfying as completing a game, especially ones that are peppered with plenty of additional content for players to discover. Nintendo games in particular are highly admired for the amount of fine detail put into each game, containing everything from franchise references to entire new games. While …

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Daniel Radcliffe wants to make a key part of his Weird Al performance permanent

One such nerd is actor Daniel Radcliffe, who will play Yankovic in the upcoming absurdist biopic “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.” In a recent interview with EW, Radcliffe said that after learning to play the accordion for the role, he fully intends to stick with it. Radcliffe caught the attention …

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House of the Dragon: Dragonriders and Dragonseed Explained

Editor’s Note: The following article contains spoilers for House of the Dragon Episodes 1-3 as well as the Fire and Blood book.game of thrones is a franchise that is very fond of unwinnable scenarios. Heroes outnumbered against a relentless enemy, saved at the last second by a dragon, turning the …

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With very high inflation, taxpayers are reconsidering their payment options

Taxpayers often wonder how to repay their tax debts. But with inflation and rising interest rates, these questions are becoming more common, and the standard answers don’t always apply. To make a good decision, it is important to understand how the IRS applies interest and penalties to tax bills. Penalties …

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The ‘Corn Kid’ just became a cornfluencer

Vegetables, whole grains, fruits and now a viral star with its own official ambassador. Of course, we are talking about corn! You might have seen the viral TikTok video or heard of Tariq, the adorable kid who recently went viral for his absolute love of buttered corn. The social media …

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Pennsylvania woman dies in Bahamas after being attacked by bull shark while snorkeling

NASSAU, BAHAMAS: A cruise ship passenger has died after being attacked by a bull shark while snorkeling with her family. The victim, a woman, was mutilated by the predator on Tuesday September 6 in the Bahamas. ADVERTISING The 58-year-old Pennsylvania resident was pulled from the water by her relatives and …

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Review: ‘The Rings of Power’ is about to kick off in expensive fashion

Photo courtesy of IMDb. By Clay Thompson | Arts and Life Intern On Friday, one of the most controversial and discussed shows of the year, “The Rings of Power,” premiered its first two episodes on Amazon Prime. Serving as the prequel television series to the original “Lord of the Rings” …

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Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth on defeating Mousehole

Falmouth Town manager Andrew Westgarth felt his side’s performance deserved a point when they lost 3-2 to Mousehole at the weekend. Mousehole had taken the lead through Moussa Diallo after just 15 minutes, but a quick brace from Town’s Tim Nixon, including a fabulously fired free-kick, had Town ahead at …

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Nigel Farage’s gin sparks controversy in Cornwall | Nigel Farage

He may be best known for his love of a frothy pint of ale, but Nigel Farage has caused controversy in the far south west by marketing his own gin, which he says is made by a “distillery craftsmanship in the heart of Cornwall”. ”. In a product launch video, …

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Climate Adaptive Corn Presentation to be held September 10 | Food and drink

TOWNSHIP — As part of the Cornell Co-op extension of St. Lawrence County Local Food Weekend, a presentation on breeding corn that can adapt to climate change will take place Saturday at the small community farm in Grasse, with a visit to follow. The presentation is made by farmer Dan …

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Pressure mounts on PM to condition sale of oil refineries on closure within a decade

Approval of a controversial deal allowing a petrochemical company to take over Israel’s largest oil refinery fell solely within the purview of Prime Minister Yair Lapid on Monday after a court gave the green light to a restructuring plan related debt that will cost the public one billion shekels (just …

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Millionaire ex-Wonga boss’ wife, 52, is dumped for wrecking Ukrainian refugee

The wife of former Wonga millionaire boss, 52, is dumped for a wreckage Ukrainian refugee after being welcomed into their family home after the Russian invasion Haakon Overli, 52, left his Surrey family home with his new girlfriend He left his wife Imogen Overli and their children months after the …

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Classical Music in Richmond This Fall: Yo-Yo Ma, Brahms Meets Radiohead, Danny Elfman and the Richmond Symphony and More | Music

By COLLEEN CURRAN Richmond Times-Dispatch The Richmond Symphony Orchestra has a promising season ahead, starting with a free Community Concert at Pocahontas State Park September 10 and the return of Music at Hardywood September 22 and November 17. New this year, September 24, Steve Hackman’s Brahms X Radiohead brings together …

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check Guaranteed Same Day Approval 2022

For Americans with less than stellar credit ratings, finding a loan online in the midst of a financial setback can seem impossible. You can find a seemingly “easy” solution by researching payday loans without credit checks online. These loans are the unicorn of the financial world; everyone has heard of …

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Bathing dates Castle to Castle Falmouth and Around the Mount Marazion

The previously postponed Castle to Castle swim is one of two RNLI fundraising events taking place in Cornwall in September. The swim was originally scheduled to take place in June 2022 but was postponed due to adverse weather conditions. This year, Castle to Castle will now take place on Saturday, …

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Angry Australian Customer Calls Cigno Loans

It looks like payday loan company Cigno has another angry customer. “There’s nothing I can do about it, I just have to watch my accounts get taken out,” client Blaise Giuliani said. A topical matter. “I was going through financial issues. My partner and I had just moved to another …

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Fayette’s Commonwealth lawyer Lou Anna Red Corn to retire

Lou Anna Red Corn hugs family and friends after being sworn in as Fayette’s Commonwealth Advocate on Monday, Oct. 3, 2016, in Lexington, Ky. She informed Governor Andy Beshear that she would be retiring Sept. 30 2022 . Marc Cornelison Picture File Fayette County Commonwealth Advocate Lou Anna Red Corn …

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‘Massive selfish’ James Stewart hinted at Hitchcock: ‘A man of steel under all that mush’ | Movies | Entertainment

In 1954, James Stewart starred in his favorite of films with director Alfred Hitchcock. Back Window, which hit cinemas 68 years ago today, was filmed entirely at Paramount Studios and saw the much-loved Hollywood legend star opposite Grace Kelly. According to Stewart: “Everyone just sat and waited [Grace] to come …

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Ukraine’s agricultural exports set to double in coming months now that ports are open – Minister – Agweek

KYIV, Aug 29 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s agricultural exports could hit 6-6.5 million metric tons in October, double the volume seen in July, as its seaports gradually reopen, the country said on 29 August. August the country’s Minister of Agriculture. Ukraine is one of the world’s largest exporters of grains, oilseeds …

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