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LAHS students shine at Lobo Model United Nations

Members of the LAHS Hilltalkers Model UN team on the UNM campus. They participated in the Lobo Model United Nations and won the prize for the best large delegation and several individual awards. Courtesy/LAPS LAPS News: Members of the Model United Nations Hilltalkers team from Los Alamos High School recently …

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Crime makes council priority list – Palo Alto Daily Post

BY ELAINE GOODMANDaily Mail Correspondent The Palo Alto City Council will focus on crime this year as part of a new “community health and safety” priority for 2022, council members decided during a retreat Saturday. “Social justice”, which was one of the council’s four priorities last year, was dropped as …

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Turkish villas feature Love Island-style pools and offer great value

YOU get an entire villa in Turkey. More balconies than Romeo and Juliet could use. Rooms big enough for a group of whirling dervishes. 5 Villa Vaha costs around £2,200 per week in high season 5 Kalkan offers “much more” value than other European hotspotsCredit: Getty Enough bathrooms for countless …

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Growing up Jewish in a small Canadian town

[ad_1] I was fully aware that I was different from the non-Jews around me. It didn’t help that my best friend often reminded me that I was going to hell because I was Jewish. Growing up Jewish in the small town of St. Catharines, Ontario, I was acutely aware of …

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Single mom about to graduate faces new challenge – thereporteronline

[ad_1] Susan is a single mother of three, a full-time employee and a student. “In fact, I got my baccalaureate in seven weeks,” she said in early December. “It started in 2013, so it took a while, but I’m getting there.” Instead of being able to focus on the celebration, …

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Thank you Los Alamos for the books, books and more books… More is needed

The Kiwanis K-Kids at Aspen Primary School keep books collected for students in Africa. Courtesy / ALP The Kiwanis K-Kids at Pinon Primary School keep books collected for students in Africa. Courtesy / ALP By SHARON ALLENAfrican library project Los Allamos The Kiwanis K-Kids and Builders Club students of Los …

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Rogue Valley Live Stream, Virtual Events: November 26 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

[ad_1] Gypsy Soul will be giving a special 30th anniversary live concert on Saturday November 27th. See the list below. Courtesy photo. Recurring events Ashland Seniors Activities A variety of virtual activities and services are available for adults 50 and over Monday through Friday through the Ashland Senior Center, 1699 …

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Charles Anderson | Obituaries | McAlester News Capital

[ad_1] Charles Edward Anderson (Chuck) January 27, 1952 – 22 November 2021 Charles Edward “Chuck” Anderson, 69, passed away peacefully on this land surrounded by his loving family on Monday, November 22 at his residence in Arpelar, OK. The family will welcome relatives and friends on Friday, November 26 from …

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LAHS NJROTC Cadets Participate in New Mexico State Championship Air Rifle Match Major Bill Barker

NJROTC cadets Jenny Stafford, Seth Javernick, William Berninger and Patrick Baker aim for the LAHS marksmanship team. Courtesy photo LAHS NJROTC cadets from left, Abigail Allen, Natalie Crawford, Adam Deherrera and Ben Galea demonstrate good form on their knees as they aim down. Courtesy photo Marksmanship and sport shooting teams …

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Joseph Leonard Obituary (2021) – Dallas, Pennsylvania

[ad_1] Joseph T. Leonard, 57, a Dallas resident, unexpectedly fell into eternal life on Monday afternoon, September 6, 2021, at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital. His beloved wife was Jane Powell Leonard. Together, Joe and Jane celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary on July 21. Born December 29, 1963 in Kingston, Joseph was …

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Bill Long May 21, 1931 – September 30, 2021

BILL LONG May 21, 1931 – September 30, 2021 Beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather and longtime resident of Santa Fe and Los Alamos, Bill Long passed away at the age of 90 with his family by his side on September 30, 2021 . William (Bill) Donald Long was born …

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Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society to the rescue!

A Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society (CMS) ensemble will replace the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble at the October 26 Los Alamos Concert Association concert. Courtesy / LACA LACA News: A Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society (CMS) ensemble will replace the Academy of St. Martin in …

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SRI wants to redevelop the campus, add 400 housing units

[ad_1] 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 …

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Daily Myanmar Post-Coup Update: May 29-30

[ad_1] 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 …

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Jean Mary Wilson – Palo Alto Daily Post

[ad_1] 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, …

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Winter, Ronald Wayne “Ronnie” | Djournal

[ad_1] Ronald Wayne (Ronnie) Winter Ronald Wayne (Ronnie) Winter went to be with the Lord at Sanctuary Hospice House on Tuesday, May 25, 2021. He was 74 years old. Ronnie was born to Dudley and Evangeline Conlee Winter on September 8, 1946 in Pontotoc, Mississippi. He attended schools in the …

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