Monthly Archives: October 2022

Julie Cutler inquest to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a Perth woman 34 years ago

It’s one of Perth’s most confusing mysteries, with all the elements of a best-selling crime novel. Key points: Julie Cutler was just 22 when she disappeared in 1988 His car was found floating in the sea An investigation into his disappearance begins on Thursday A petite young woman disappears under …

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Unbanked Americans at rock bottom

NEW YORK – The number of Americans without bank accounts fell to a record low last year, as the proliferation of online-only banks and an improving economy bring more Americans into the traditional financial system. A new report from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. published last week revealed that 4.5% …

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Coach Grahame Begg finally gets a runner in Lunar Flare

Lunar Flare did so in last year’s Moonee Valley Cup, which she won, and proved she could be a worthy horse to be chosen for this year’s Melbourne Cup. “We continued to raise the bar with her. Once she won the Moonee Valley Cup, we were able to give her …

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Valley farmers like John Foster are part of a major AG census

COLUMBIANA COUNTY, Ohio (WKBN) – A major mailer is about to come out and start showing up in mailboxes. It speaks directly to farmers. The agricultural census is about to start and it is generating important information. Tired of the late sunrise? Why next Sunday can help John Foster is …

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Weekend football fixtures | Exmouth Diary

FA Trophy Plymouth Parkway against Bristol Manor Farm Tavistock v Binfield Premier of the Southern League Tiverton Town v Poole Town Division one south Evesham United v Bideford Larkhall Athletic v Willand Rovers West League Premier Barnstaple Town v Mousehole Shepton Mallet v Ilfracombe Town Southwest Peninsula League Crediton United …

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Need to flash the red card -By Oyetola Muyiwa Atoyebi & Toheeb Adeagbo

At present, it is not uncommon that once spouses take divergent paths or separate before such separation is recognized in the eyes of the law, some engage in the practice of “arranged divorce”. in order to seal the process of their divorce and/or separation. INTRODUCTION The famous Latin maxim “debile …

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October 27 – Knox County Village Soup

Voting in Waldoboro Voters in Waldoboro will use new voting booths on November 8. The new voting booths have no curtains and each has a station that is wheelchair accessible or where a voter can sit to fill in their ballot. City Clerk Pam Jameson said she sent out more …

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LGBTQ History Month: A New Chef Moves Into The Archive LA LGBTQ :: Bay Area Reporter

As the ONE Archives Foundation celebrates its 70th anniversary in November, making it the oldest continuously operating LGBTQ organization in the United States, its new Executive Director is stepping into the role and introducing himself to the local community. Tony Valenzuela is helping the Los Angeles-based LGBTQ archive group rebuild …

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Halifax County Halloween celebrations planned, police offer tips to stay safe | Local News

Ghouls, witches and goblins – children dressed up in costumes – will soon roam the streets of Halifax County in search of candy to satisfy their sweet tooth this Halloween. The City of Halifax and the City of South Boston will traditionally observe Halloween on Monday nights. In the city …

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Milestone signs contract for three helicopters with PHI – Helicopter Investor

Milestone Aviation has signed three helicopter lease agreements with PHI Aviation. The agreements include the placement and expansion of two Sikorsky S92 helicopters and one Leonardo AW139 helicopter. The latest agreement brings PHI’s total fleet on lease from Milestone to four, including the existing lease of an S92 helicopter. The …

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Busy onion bags for North Devon footballers

The North Devon Football League standings are starting to take shape and Boca Seniors are already the team to beat in the Premier Division. The Boca boys traveled to Park United on Saturday and an NDFL classic between two teams that had a league-high 100% before kick-off. Boca emerged 3-2 …

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Some Thoughts on Tolkien’s Elven Horses

Finding sources and scholarship on Tolkien’s Elf Horses is surprisingly not easy. There is ample discussion about the Rohan horsesand with the first season of rings of power in the box, the horses of Númenor take some time in the sun. But elven horses haven’t received as much attention. It …

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In a pinch? Here are the four loans you can get the fastest

Image source: Getty Images When you’re in a bind and need cash fast, it’s important to know what your options are. There are different types of loans that you can get relatively quickly, depending on your needs. Before taking out a personal loan, it’s important to understand the different types …

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The biggest fall interior design trends for 2022

William Jess Laird To Beautiful house, we like to say that tendencies come and go, but personal design is eternal. But still, it’s always fun to catch up on the latest design crazes, and like the to fall At the start of the season, we notice a few commonalities in …

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How to Get a $2,000 Personal Loan – Forbes Advisor

Editorial Note: We earn a commission on partner links on Forbes Advisor. Commissions do not affect the opinions or ratings of our editors. Borrowing a $2,000 personal loan could help you out of a tough spot, whether you need to cover a medical bill, a car repair, or some other …

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JAG Management taps Penzance for Brandywine Green Lease-Up

JAG Management Company, the third-party management division of Jefferson Apartment Group, has assumed management of Brandywine Green, a luxury multi-family community in Brandywine, Maryland, on behalf of owner Penzance. This new 243-unit Class A community, formerly Allora Crossing, was developed by TrammelCrow Residential and owned by Penzance. The project was …

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Rare Isles of Scilly Fan Tour Passenger/Cargo Ferry The Scillonian III

On a rare occasion, the public had the chance to take a tour of the Isles of Scilly passenger/cargo vessel ferry as part of Maritime UK Week events organized to promote a career in the shipping industry, writes Jehan Ashmore Afloat has already reported during the “open day” which took …

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Drought-ridden year continues into fall

Tom May examines the growth of his recently planted wheat. May, who has farmed in Banner County for more than 40 years, says her wheat has never been more affected by drought conditions than this year. Fletcher Halfaker, Courier Gering Autumn has entered the valley with a break from daily …

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‘Let the people decide’: Business leaders respond to Hunt’s emergency declaration

Business leaders in the East Midlands responded to Jeremy Hunt’s declaration of emergency with a mixture of dismay, frustration and bewilderment after the Chancellor set the country on a markedly different economic path than that promised by Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng less than a month ago. . Hunt brushed …

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Weekend Football Results | Midweek Herald

Sky Bet Ligue 1 Exeter City 2 Oxford United 4 MK Dons 1 Plymouth Argyle 4 Premier of the Southern League Borough of Harrow 0 Plymouth Parkway 1 Tiverton Town 1 Swindon Supermarine 3 Division one south Bishops Cleeve 1 Bideford 2 Town of Lymington 0 Town of Exmouth 2 …

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Weekend Football Results | Exmouth Diary

Sky Bet Ligue 1 Exeter City 2 Oxford United 4 MK Dons 1 Plymouth Argyle 4 Premier of the Southern League Borough of Harrow 0 Plymouth Parkway 1 Tiverton Town 1 Swindon Supermarine 3 Division one south Bishops Cleeve 1 Bideford 2 Town of Lymington 0 Town of Exmouth 2 …

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How to turn leftover chips into fish cakes – recipe | Food

EEvery winter our friends from Bristol all gather in a beautiful cove near Penzance in Cornwall to sing, dance and cook. There’s a great fish and chips shop nearby that sells huge fishcakes with a crispy, breaded exterior, and I’m sure these delicious, fishy beauties are made from leftovers from …

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State Hulling Contest Saturday at Lewis Farm near Good Hope

GOOD HOPE – The Illinois State Hulling Contest will be held Saturday, October 15 at Lewis Farm, 14241 N 1800th Rd, Good Hope. The national corn shelling competition will take place on Sunday, October 16 at the same location. Registration is at 8 a.m. and competition starts at 9 a.m. …

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8 lbs of fentanyl seized in SF, suspected drug dealer arrested

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — A man arrested Saturday carrying nearly eight pounds of narcotics in the Tenderloin District has been charged with multiple drug-related offenses, according to a press release issued Wednesday by San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins . Miguel Ramos, 24, was arrested around 1:30 a.m. Saturday by …

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Canada Post officially launches national loan program with TD Bank Group

Canada Post is now offering loans in addition to stamps, packaging and its existing financial services as it officially launches a partnership with TD Bank Group. The Crown corporation said Wednesday that the loan program, which could be expanded to other services, will provide more financial options to Canadians across …

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Tickets available for five performances of “The Addams Family Musical” by Curtains Up Pagosa

Photo courtesy Up Pagosa CurtainsRandi Anderson Tolme in “Magical Madrigal Dinner”, Christmas 2004. Pagosa curtains “The Addams Family”, a new musical, will be presented at the end of October by Curtains Up Pagosa (CUP). If you’re new to town or just don’t know much about CUP, we thought we’d fill …

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Wisconsin Travel: Arts and Culture

From sculpture gardens and local art galleries to world-class museums and traveling exhibits, Wisconsin is full of amazing and unexpected ways to absorb the arts. Here’s to finding the right match for your palate. Watch a show at Center Pablo at Confluence in Eau Claire, Eau Claire County Right in …

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Will soy take precedence over corn? Experts say no

Although corn acreage has declined this year, high input costs appear to be to blame. In July, the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) followed up on the USDA’s Prospective Planting Report released in March to survey fields after planting has ended and summer has begun. One of the findings …

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Plaintiff flexes legal muscle in Florida sports betting lawsuit appeal

In 2003, “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” topped the Oscars with an unprecedented 11-0 score in the categories for which it was nominated. On October 6, the plaintiff in a Florida sports betting lawsuit delivered an equally commanding performance in a masterful legal brief. West …

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Washington winemaker gets into whiskey business with new Spokane distillery

October 10, 2022 10:13 am Job : October 10, 2022 10:13 am Updated: October 10, 2022 10:56 am Credit: Browne Family Distillery SPOKANE, Wash. – Washington winemaker and Spokane native Andrew Browne is getting into the whiskey business. Browne, owner of Browne Family Vineyards, will open a new distillery in …

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Alternative buses in Cornwall as early drivers go on strike for a pay rise

Helston bus drivers staged a protest this morning as part of a wider action over wages. Commuters could experience travel disruption today as First Bus workers go on strike in Cornwall. RMT workers demonstrated at bus depots including Helston, Camborne, Redruth, Penzance and Falmouth to fight for more pay and …

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Danny Wright, jockey who was aboard 2,368 winners, joins Anne Arundel County Sports Hall of Fame – Baltimore Sun

Danny Wright was working in a laundromat on First Street in Brooklyn Park when a stranger with strong horse racing connections walked in and changed his life. Wright, who lived near Church Street, spent a few hours at the laundromat before and after school sweeping floors, cleaning traps and doing …

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Don’t be put off by “buy now, pay later” plans

Like kids of any age, I loved cartoons when I was a kid. But as a kid interested in money, the quirky comic book character who always intrigued — even though he engendered love-hate feelings that I didn’t recognize until decades later — was J Wellington Wimpy, commonly known as …

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From traditional inns to stylish gastropubs – the 10 best boozers to spend the night in

It may be chilly outside, but the start of autumn means cozy pubs with crackling fires are back on our weekend diaries. From traditional inns serving local ales to stylish gastro pubs in the countryside, Britain does them best. 12 We visit some of the best UK boozers, each with …

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Corn prices continue to be supported by a tight global outlook

The CBOT corn futures price on December 22 was 683.6 cents/56 bushel at the time of writing (6e October), up 1% week over week (wow). Corn prices continue to be supported by the USDA’s reduced 2022/23 global corn production estimate. Corn supplies are tighter in the Northern Hemisphere due to …

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Protesters will take to beaches over sewage discharge into English seas | Water

Demonstrations against sewage discharges ravaging English beaches will take place across the country this weekend to highlight what protesters say are water companies’ failure to reduce pollution. From Falmouth in Cornwall, where bathers, lifeguards and synchro swimmers are demonstrating, to Whitstable in Kent, where protesters will turn a beach into …

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Counties urge state to probe rural bank cuts | New

ALBANY – Just as many merchandise retail businesses have boosted their online presence while reducing brick-and-mortar stores, many banks have closed branches, encouraging customers to use web-based services for their shopping services. account. This is a trend that has had a significant impact on residents of rural counties. According to …

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Best Halloween Earrings 2022 – Spooky and Cute Halloween Accessories

In a few weeks it will be time to put on your DIY Halloween costumes and celebrate the spookiest day of the year! However, the spooky fun doesn’t have to be limited to October 31st. You’ve probably lit a Halloween candle (or two), watched a horror movie, and turned your …

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Come sing ‘The Pirates of Penzance’ in support of the Grantham Operatic Society

A music company is looking for singers to join them for a Come and Sing fundraising day. The Grantham Operatic Society (GOS) is looking for passionate singers to take part in Come and Sing ‘The Pirates of Penzance’. This one-day event will take place on Saturday October 29, 2022 at …

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Sir for Sure’s victory in Sunday’s Breeders’ Stakes at Woodbine was all about redemption

Breadcrumb Links Sports Jockey Declan Carroll guides Sir for Sure to victory in the $400,000 Breeders’ Stakes at Woodbine yesterday. Photo Michael Burns Content of the article Woodbine jockey Declan Carroll went from being thrown to the ground in the Prince of Wales Stakes on September 13 to tossing garlands …

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