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Two Hoosiers Face Criminal Charges in Capitol Insurrection

Jon Schaffer, one of two Hoosiers facing criminal charges relating to the riot at the U.S. Capitol earlier this month, will remain in the Marion County Jail as a federal prisoner until at least tomorrow. Government lawyers are asking the judge to not offer Schaffer a bond. The other person from Indiana facing federal charges for entering the U.S. Capitol is Kash Kelly. Kelly faces misdemeanor charges for entering the Capitol building during the insurrection. Tags: Capitol, Indiana, insurrection, news

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Two Hoosiers Face Criminal Charges in Capitol Insurrection

Table scraps: How a Geneva company is about to turn food waste into 'black gold'

GENEVA – A Geneva company is ready to convert tons of food waste into rich soil at a new facility touted to be a first of its kind — a one-stop drop-off for everything that would otherwise get thrown in a trash or recycling bin to be hauled off to a landfill, including food scraps that at the facility will be converted by hungry worms into rich compost. Geneva City Supervisor Ken Camera, an environmental advocate and member of the Green Geneva Committee among other like-minded groups, sees the project becoming

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Table scraps: How a Geneva company is about to turn food waste into 'black gold'

Lyon will draw for this Argentinian talent

Always looking for young nuggets with high potential, the management of Olympique Lyonnais is reportedly preparing an offer for Gonzalo Montiel. At the end of the contract at the end of the season, the Argentine international (06 caps) is in the sights of several European clubs during this winter transfer window. If the Italian formations of the Roma and Bologna would be very interested in the profile of Gonzalo Montiel, the management of Lyon would, for its part, on the verge of unsheathed a first offer. Lyon

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Lyon will draw for this Argentinian talent

Russia welcomes US proposal to extend nuclear treaty

1of2FILE - In this file photo taken from a video distributed by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service, on Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2020, a rocket launches from missile system as part of the drills, a ground-based intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from the Plesetsk facility in northwestern Russia. Russia's top diplomat says that Moscow is ready for a quick deal with the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden to extend the last remaining arms control pact, which expires in just over

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Russia welcomes US proposal to extend nuclear treaty

Canadiens beat Canucks 7-3, add to season-opening road run

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Tyler Toffoli had two more goals and an assist, and the Montreal Canadiens became the first NHL team in 46 years to open a season with at least a point in five straight road games by beating the Vancouver Canucks 7-3 on Thursday night. A night after scoring a hat trick against his former team in a shootout loss to the Canucks, Toffoli helped the Canadiens improve to 3-0-2. The Los Angeles Kings also accomplished the five-game road feat to start the 1974-75 season. The Canadiens

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Canadiens beat Canucks 7-3, add to season-opening road run

Danny White wasn't deterred by Tennessee football investigation. Here's why.

Tennessee athletics doesn’t know what NCAA issues it might face amid an investigation that uncovered allegations of major rules violations under former football coach Jeremy Pruitt. But the uncertainty didn’t matter to Danny White as UT interviewed him to be its next athletics director, Chancellor Donde Plowman said in an interview with Knox News on Thursday. "One thing he told us was, 'When I arrived at UCF, they had some issues and they were on probation,’ ” Plowman said. “And he goes, 'It doesn't

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Danny White wasn't deterred by Tennessee football investigation. Here's why.

5-acre property includes dog/cat kennel

Drive through the electric gates into this five-acre fenced property, which includes a main home and an active dog and cat boarding and grooming kennel. The 2,300 square feet of kennel space includes all the equipment, indoor and outdoor dog runs, a bathing tub and an air-conditioned and heated 450-square-foot upstairs apartment, with a full bath, new paint and carpet. With plenty of room for expansion, the property could also be used for training and breeding purposes. Topped by a 2018 roof, the main home holds

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5-acre property includes dog/cat kennel

Ford makes come-from-behind push with Mach-E as industry enters new era

Jim Farley, the new Ford CEO, arrived early for his appointment at the old Ford Piquette Avenue plant at Beaubien Street in Detroit, just two blocks north of I-94 at exit 215C, the building where the gasoline-powered Model T was born more than a century ago. On this recent day, a Grabber Blue all-electric 2021 Mustang Mach-E was sitting in front of the plant that has been turned into a museum filled with collector cars that shine like new. People come here from all over the world to see and experience the past.

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Ford makes come-from-behind push with Mach-E as industry enters new era

FTSE Russell deletes CNOOC from global and China indexes due to U.S. ban

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Global index publisher FTSE Russell said on Friday it will delete CNOOC Ltd from its global and China indexes due to the U.S. investment ban. The removal of the Hong Kong-listed stock from FTSE's global indexes and the FTSE China 50 Index will be effective on Jan. 27, it said in a statement. (Reporting by Samuel Shen and Andrew Galbraith; editing by David Evans)

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FTSE Russell deletes CNOOC from global and China indexes due to U.S. ban

No spike seen in Germany’s coronavirus intensive care cases due to Christmas, new year – doctor

BERLIN (Reuters) - The numbers of coronavirus intensive care cases in Germany did not spike due to Christmas and new year gatherings thanks to people's adherence to lockdown measures, German intensive care medicine doctor Gernot Marx said on Friday. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Germany increased by 17,862 to 2,106,262, data from the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) for infectious diseases showed on Friday. German Health Minister Jens Spahn told the same news conference the numbers were encouraging

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No spike seen in Germany’s coronavirus intensive care cases due to Christmas, new year – doctor

China’s CEIC, China Reform set up $1.55 billion new energy fund

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - State-run China Energy Investment Corp (CEIC) and China Reform Holdings Corp have set up a 10.02 billion yuan ($1.55 billion) fund to invest in clean and renewable energy projects, the state assets regulator said on Friday. Upon launch, the fund is expected to generate about 50 billion yuan worth of financing in projects using wind, solar and hydrogen and energy storage, the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission said. China has pledged to cap its carbon emissions

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China’s CEIC, China Reform set up $1.55 billion new energy fund

Myanmar receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines from India

YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar on Friday received 1.5 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine supplied by India to inoculate 750,000 people, the first vaccine batch delivered to the Southeast Asian country as it fights one of the worst COVID-19 outbreaks in the region. India is donating millions of doses of vaccines to a string of countries in Asia, drawing praise from neighbours and pushing back against China's dominating presence in the region. Shipments of AstraZeneca’s vaccine manufactured by the Serum Institute

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Myanmar receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines from India

Kremlin says planned pro-Navalny protest is illegal, work of ‘provocateurs’

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said that nationwide protests planned for Saturday to call for the release of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny were illegal and were being promoted by people it called provocateurs. Navalny, President Vladimir Putin's most prominent critic, was detained at the weekend and later jailed for alleged parole violations after flying back to Russia for the first time since being poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent.

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Kremlin says planned pro-Navalny protest is illegal, work of ‘provocateurs’

How independent auto dealers have been coping with the COVID-19 pandemic

With the departure of Steve Jordan in September of last year, Louis Tedeschi was named the new president of the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA). Now, roughly five months into his tenure, we sat down with Tedeschi to discuss how independent dealers grappled with COVID-19, as well as important agenda items for the association … TO ACCESS THIS POST, YOU MUST LOG IN or SUBSCRIBE NOW

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How independent auto dealers have been coping with the COVID-19 pandemic

Tough draw for Djokovic’s Serbia in ATP Cup

FILE PHOTO: Serbia captain Nenad Zimonjic, Novak Djokovic Nikola Milojevic, Dusan Lajovic, Nikola Cacic and Viktor Troicki celebrate with the trophy after winning the ATP Cup on January 13, 2020. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca SYDNEY— Reigning champions Serbia, led by world number one Novak Djokovic, will play Germany and Canada in the group stage of the ATP Cup in Melbourne next week after the draw was made on Friday. The men’s team competition made its debut in cities around Australia last year but will be truncated

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Tough draw for Djokovic’s Serbia in ATP Cup

Michigan resident jailed after stolen truck runs out of gas on I-77

A desire to trade the cold of Michigan for warmer weather in Florida landed a Michigan woman in the Guernsey County Jail Wednesday after the stolen truck she was driving ran out of gas on Interstate 77. Cheyenne McGinnis, 21, of Charlotte, is facing one count of receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony, filed Thursday in the Cambridge Municipal Court. A bond hearing was scheduled for Thursday afternoon. A 27-year-old male passenger in the truck when McGinnis was apprehended by Sgt. C.J. Wood of the

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Michigan resident jailed after stolen truck runs out of gas on I-77

Local FYI & H.S. area schedule: Jan. 22

FYI Hiland High School is looking for a varsity volleyball head coach. Interested candidates should contact Charles Spreng, principal at Hiland, at Charles.spreng@eastholmes.org, or Art Yoder, athletic director, at art.yoder@eastholmes.org or by calling 330-893-2626. Rittman High School has an opening for head softball coach. Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to AD Joe Staley at ritt_jstaley@tccsa.net. Loudonville High School has an opening for head volleyball coach. If interested, applicants

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Local FYI & H.S. area schedule: Jan. 22

Impact of President Biden’s first executive actions on auto industry

Swearing in a new president usually means immediate executive actions, and this week’s inauguration of Joe Biden was no different. He got off to a busy start, overturning a few of former President Trump’s executive actions including regulatory matters, immigration, the census, and more. Perhaps one of the most notable executive actions he carried out … TO ACCESS THIS POST, YOU MUST LOG IN or SUBSCRIBE NOW

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Impact of President Biden’s first executive actions on auto industry