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Hobbs baby update, Stolen in New Mexico, Snow and rain, Blood shortage, First female manager

The best stories of Tuesday The five facts for Tuesday [1] ‘We just found a baby in the trash’: Details emerge after Hobbs teenager accused of throwing newborn baby in dumpster A newborn baby left in a dumpster is stable. Police said his mother wrapped him in a towel, put him in a garbage bag and dumped the newborn in ...

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Social Media Fuels Division and Angst – But solving the underlying issues at stake is extremely complex

Despite various studies and counter-studies, largely funded by the networks themselves, social media remains an extremely problematic vehicle for divisive messages and harmful movements. But its influence is often misunderstood, or elements are amalgamated to obscure the facts, for various reasons. The true influence of the social is not necessarily due to algorithms or amplification as elements of focus. The ...

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You can help prevent cervical cancer – Consumer Health News

SATURDAY January 8, 2022 (HealthDay News) – Cervical cancer is the only preventable gynecologic cancer, but there were more than 4,000 deaths in the United States in 2021 and nearly 14,500 new ones cases, according to the American Cancer Society. The best way to avoid this is to make sure that you and your children get their human papillomavirus vaccines, ...

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Business Roundup: Diamond D Feed & Supply Could Bring New Co-Owners, Sofie’s Pita To Open

David King and his wife, Amanda, hope to become part-owners of Diamond D Feed & Supply Co., with owner Matt Mattia, once their loan is approved in February. A resident of Ramona for most of his life, David King brings 20 years of hay delivery experience. “I wanted to give my kids an opportunity later in life to work in ...

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Local church partners with Centraide and Doordash to help feed people in need

HOUSTON – Every Monday at Brentwood Baptist Church on Landmark Street, a dozen or more volunteers flock to the parking lot. “We’re trying to feed God’s people, that’s what we’re doing here,” Lagwendolyn Hicks said. The church is working together to help feed those in need. “As you can see from the line, food is in dire need of food ...

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Volunteers give back on Christmas Eve to Feed My Starving Children in Schaumburg

Here’s Good News Sunday, a compilation of some of the most upbeat and inspiring stories recently published by the Daily Herald: The spirit of giving is still in the air at Feed My Starving Children in Schaumburg, but December 24 was a little different. With Christmas carols filling the hall with music, around 250 people, mostly families, spent their Christmas ...

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Windows 11 Sun Valley 2 will be finalized by summer

Windows 11 turns one year old in July 2022, and Microsoft will be giving users a birthday present – a new feature update with a long list of much-needed improvements. The update is apparently codenamed “Sun Valley 2” internally and will be similar to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Sun Valley 2 or 22H2 would be a version of Windows ...

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State and federal government feed manatees lettuce after year of high mortality

FORT MYERS A difficult year for the manatees is coming to an end. It has been the deadliest year for manatees and now warmer temperatures could put them at even greater risk. The high number of deaths is due to mortality and pollution of seagrass beds. State and federal governments are trying to help sea cows by bending the rules ...

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What is the value of local news survival?

“A democracy ceases to be a democracy if its citizens do not participate in its governance. To participate intelligently, they need to know what their government has done, is doing and is planning to do on their behalf. Every time an obstacle, whatever its name, is placed in the path of this information, a democracy is weakened and its future ...

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Ryan Day comments on Ohio State Rose Bowl withdrawals: “I love these guys”

Usually, the day of welcoming a game of bowls is not very hectic. Monday at Disneyland, as Ohio State and Utah made their first appearances after arriving in Los Angeles ahead of the Rose Bowl, generated plenty of news. Prior to the parade and media availability at Disneyland, the Junior Receiver Garrett wilson posted on social media that he was ...

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