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CPS Energy issues high energy demand alert for August 23

CPS Energy is asking residents of the San Antonio area to reduce their demand for electricity for the afternoon of 23 august with the aim of reducing the likelihood of brownouts or blackouts. With temperatures forecast for the upper 90s on Monday and heat indexes appearing to be over 100 …

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The Baltimore Ravens suffered a crippling blow that could see them signing former division rival Avery Williamson

The Baltimore Ravens are a short linebacker and Avery Williamson is still a free agent. There is a clear path for these two parties to join forces ahead of the start of the 2021 NFL season. Baltimore Ravens just lost LJ Fort for the season #Ravens LB LJ Fort has, …

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Entrepreneurs, investments needed to meet the needs of ATV tourists | New

BLUEFIELD – The growing number of ATV tourists on the Mercer County branch of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail is fueling a growing need for entrepreneurs ready to meet their needs with quality businesses. The Pocahontas Trail, the Mercer County branch of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail, opened in May 2012. Businesses offering accommodations …

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FEMA to test nationwide emergency alert system on Wednesday – NBC New York

Don’t worry, this is just a test. The sound alerts emitted by your electronic devices on Wednesday are not of concern. The Federal Emergency Management Agency will conduct a nationwide test of its emergency alert system on August 11, sending messages to televisions, radios and some cell phones. The Emergency …

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McLeod’s Daughters Creator reflects on series 20th anniversary and upcoming movie | Goulburn Post

news, national, It has been 20 years since the McLeod’s Daughters series first aired on Australian televisions in 2001, a worldwide phenomenon which the series creator said nearly went un-aired. Since the last episode aired in 2009, the famous Australian drama has been watched worldwide, with millions of viewers. Although …

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Employment and well-being are often not correlated in India, Ethiopia, Vietnam and Peru

Newswise – Not all jobs are ‘good jobs’, and new research from the Universities of East Anglia (UEA) and Birmingham reveals that such work can have a negative impact on well-being. The team examined how employment status and job attributes relate to the well-being of young people in India, Ethiopia, …

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Global multiplatform and mobile advertising market to reach $ 297.7 billion by 2024

SAN FRANCISCO, August 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – A new market study released by Global Industry Analysts Inc., (GIA), the leading market research firm, today released its report titled “Multiplatform and Mobile Advertising – Global Market Trajectory and Analysis”. The report presents new perspectives on the opportunities and challenges …

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Moms and Money: Ozark Mountain Gymnastics

SPRINGFIELD, Missouri (KY3) – All eyes have been on their TVs for the past two weeks during the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. For many children at home, their dreams of Olympic glory have only just begun. “So today’s course is a parent-child course that will start at age 18 months and …

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PadInMotion Unveils New Company Name, Equiva, Reflecting Focus on Healthcare Relationship Management and Engagement in the Digital Care Continuum

NEW YORK, August 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – PadInMotion, the leader in tablet-based patient experience technology with thousands of licenses in dozens of healthcare systems nationwide, today announced a new strategic direction: to deliver an expanded lineup solutions that help organizations improve outcomes by advancing digital healthcare collaboration and …

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Saginaw city councilor tests positive for COVID-19, warns public becoming ‘too relaxed’ during pandemic

SAGINAW, MI – After testing positive for COVID-19 despite receiving a vaccine, a member of Saginaw city council said he hoped to serve as an example to deter an increasingly lax public during the pandemic . “We have to start putting on our damn masks when we’re around a lot …

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