Daily Post

Week of June 7, 2021

COUNTY News: The projects listed in this section are managed by county public works staff through contractors. For more information, email [email protected], call 5050.662.8150 or visit the “Projects / Public Works” link on www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and use caution in construction work areas. Please note that the information below …

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Bro. Glenn: There is only “us”

By Fr. Glenn Jones: Oh look… it’s June 6th — very remarkable in history as we remember the Allied invasion of Normandy that day in 1944 during World War II. There are still few of us who fought in this terrible war, and even fewer who stormed these same beaches, …

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JJAB: What does pride mean

JJAB booth at a previous Pride event on the back lawn of Fuller Lodge. Courtesy / LA Pride From JJAB staff: What does pride mean for Los Alamos JJAB? (connect) “LGBTQ + youth have higher rates of serious thoughts and suicide attempts, and report higher levels of feelings of sadness …

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SRI wants to redevelop the campus, add 400 housing units

SRI has published this proposed site map for its Menlo Park campus. This story originally appeared in the Daily Post on Wednesday. To get all the local news first, pick up the Morning Post at 1,000 Mid-Peninsula locations. BY EMILY MIBACHDaily Post Writer SRI International wants to redevelop its 63-acre …

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A history of Marcus432 and his inspirations

Growing up in the Bay Area surrounded by hip hop music, Marcus432 quickly developed an interest in creating his own music. After seeing an opportunity in the industry, he started working on his craft at a makeshift studio that he built in his college hall at the time. After expanding …

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OPINION: Wild Horses, an analysis of the issues

Is there a holistic solution to the plight of American wild horses that is both economically and environmentally reasonable and acceptable to the majority of stakeholders? A recent article on Reason, titled “Predictably Wild Horses Still Suffering Due To Federal Slaughter Ban” said: “It turns out that basing animal rights …

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Daily Myanmar Post-Coup Update: May 29-30

Young Myanmar nationals organize a weekly demonstration in Tokyo against the military regime in their home country. Through The Irrawaddy May 31, 2021 To keep you up to date with what happened in Myanmar over the past 48 hours, here are the main events of the period, more than three …

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Bro. Glenn: To be of service

By Fr. Glenn Jones: And so we go back to Memorial Day weekend and remember those who died in our service, not just our nation, but our states and all local communities … those who go day and night, under the sun, rain or snow, often not sure they will …

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Jean Mary Wilson – Palo Alto Daily Post

August 11, 1952 – May 22, 2021 After a courageous 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer, Jean Mary Wilson was finally raised to heaven by angels while surrounded by her family on May 22, 2021. First and foremost, Jean was Terry’s wife, Andrew and Matthew’s mother, Lindsey’s stepmother, and Bryce, Ian …

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Myanmar post-coup daily update: May 26

An anti-regime rally takes place at the Manau Ground in Myitkyina. Through The Irrawaddy May 27, 2021 To keep you up to date with what happened in Myanmar over the past 24 hours, here are the main events of the day more than three months after the coup. In Yangon, …

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Eight dead in shooting at VTA marshalling yard

A man comforts a woman near the scene of an ATV facility shooting today (May 26) in San Jose. AP photo by Noah Berger. An employee this morning opened fire on an VTA yard on West Younger Avenue, killing eight people. The suspect was also deceased, authorities said. The VTA …

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Bring ideal body styles with the Spectrum aesthetic

Spectrum Aesthetics, the only outpatient surgery center accredited by the same accreditation company as the hospital – Jcaho accreditation The body aesthetics market in the 21st century has a large number of advanced technologies and products that can achieve ideal or preferred body styles. These technologies are carried out by …

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Second murder on Woodland Avenue in 19 days

1800 Woodland Avenue in East Palo Alto. Apple Cards. By the staff of the Daily Post A man was shot and killed in the 1800 block of Woodland Avenue last night (May 23), just 19 days after another fatal shooting within a block. Police do not identify the victim in …

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Kitten stolen from mother – $ 2000 reward offered

Olaf was robbed from the Whis-Purr Rescue animal shelter in Redwood City. Photo provided by the refuge. BY EMILY MIBACHDaily newspaper editor A one-month-old kitten was stolen from the cage he shared with his mother and siblings at a Redwood City shelter, and now the shelter is offering $ 2,000 …

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Teams complete Cuervito fire extinguishing operations

SFNF News: Today, crews focused on maintaining and securing the line after completing the last 300 hectares at the southern end of the blaze on Thursday. The only ignitions today were manual ignitions to clean the interior fuel pockets. Burnout operations are now complete on the Cuervito Fire. Firefighters’ efforts …

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What’s new with the Economic Nexus in 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the tax policies of local and state governments in 2020 and 2021. Lockdown rules and the introduction of social distancing regulations, such as mask warrants, have limited growth economy for more than a year. The introduction of economic link has allowed …

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CAL THOMAS: Biden vs. Scott |

The distinction between President Biden’s first speech to Congress final Wednesday night time and the Republican response from Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) jogged my memory of one other event between a long-haul speaker and one other deep speaker. It was 1863 and nationally famend orator Edward Everett was the featured …

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Heinrich invitations New Vitality secretary to New Mexico

Vitality Secretary Jennifer Granholm Information from the US SENATE: WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (DN.M.), a member of the Senate Committee on Vitality and Pure Sources, invitations U.S. Division of Vitality Secretary Jennifer Granholm to go to New Mexico to see firsthand the necessary nationwide safety work at Los …

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Two cities to think about Covid pay rise for retail employees

The fortunate one in San Carlos. Google photograph. BY EMILY MIBACHDay by day newspaper editor Final night time (March 8), the San Carlos and Redwood metropolis councils every requested their respective metropolis managers to write down ordinances to extend the wages of grocery and drugstore employees throughout the pandemic. Southern …

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Council goals to extend vacancies

BY KYLE MARTINDay by day newspaper editor The slow-growing majority of Palo Alto metropolis council final evening handed an ordinance painstakingly increasing the zoning of some retail companies, however they eliminated elements of the ordinance that might have garnered help from throughout the nation. alley of the council. The council …

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A safer future is in just a few months. However Individuals Should not Ditch Covid-19 Safety Measures But, Says Former CDC Director | Well being

“We aren’t accomplished but, Covid shouldn’t be accomplished with us. Variants are all the time a threat,” mentioned Dr Tom Frieden, former director of the Facilities for Illness Management and Prevention. “You do not declare victory within the third quarter.” “However in our worst case state of affairs, the place …

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