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Tony Hale's 'Archibald' Moves From Netflix to Peacock - Watch the New Show's Trailer (Video)

Tony Hale’s cartoon chicken Archibald is moving from Netflix to Peacock for “Archibald’s Next Big Thing Is Here.” Netflix ran two seasons of “Archibald’s Next Big Thing,” which will continue streaming on that platform. This new season, which is technically a new series based on Hale’s feathery character, consists of six episodes, which will launch on NBCU’s Peacock Feb. 18. Per “Archibald” studio DreamWorks Animation, “Archibald’s Next Big Thing Is Here” is the next chapter for Archibald

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Tony Hale's 'Archibald' Moves From Netflix to Peacock - Watch the New Show's Trailer (Video)

Giants select Kyle Pitts in Mel Kiper Jr.'s first mock draft

The New York Giants will likely be seeking some offensive playmakers in this year’s NFL draft and the draftniks have been all over that in their mock drafts. Mel Kiper Jr, the original draftnik, believes the Giants will have a choice of several big-time offensive weapons with the 11th overall selection in Round 1. In his first mock draft of the year, Kiper relives the Giants won’t pass on this special tight end out of Florida. 11. New York Giants Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida Quarterback Daniel Jones cut down

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Giants select Kyle Pitts in Mel Kiper Jr.'s first mock draft

Canton to put parks and recreation levy on ballot

CANTON Voters will see a Canton Parks and Recreation renewal levy on the May 4 ballot. City Council on Monday authorized the Primary Election ballot language for the 5-mill levy. If approved, city residents would continue to pay 50 cents per $100 of property value for five years, with collection from January 2022 through December 2026. The existing 5-mill levy generates about $3.6 million a year for Canton Parks and Recreation and expires at the end of this year, according to a memo from Canton Mayor Thomas

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Canton to put parks and recreation levy on ballot

2021 Acura TLX, TVR Griffith, Hyundai DAL-e: Today's Car News

Acura has a redesigned TLX on its hands, one that boasts a new platform and an available turbocharged V-6. It's bigger and more substantial than its predecessor, but also costs more. Find out what it's like in our latest review. It's hard to believe that TVR's modern Griffith was revealed all the way back in 2017. Progress is being made but production isn't going to start anytime soon. Fortunately the wait will be worth it as the sports car ticks all of the right boxes. Hyundai Motor Group is testing its first

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2021 Acura TLX, TVR Griffith, Hyundai DAL-e: Today's Car News

Big Ten Basketball Roundup: Another Upset, Another COVID Shutdown

Well. The weekend of Big Ten hoops brought us another Top 25 team falling at home to an unranked foe (and yes, it was Maryland again), another team shutting down due to COVID, and another OTE writer admitting that he just didn’t watch the game. I know, you’re not surprised. But we break down the weekend in Big Ten basketball here. Maybe I’ll get to bracketology and the NCAA Tournament later in the week. Who’s to say. All rankings reflect the new AP Poll, out on Jan. 25. BoilerBettor: I kinda zoned out

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Big Ten Basketball Roundup: Another Upset, Another COVID Shutdown

Michigan’s five biggest recruiting hits of the Harbaugh era

Jim Harbaugh has been able to reel in top notch talent all across the country during his time in Ann Arbor. Some of those elite level players, like Rashan Gary and Nico Collins, panned out, while others like Aubrey Solomon and Zach Charbonnet ended up transferring out before reaching their full potential. But other guys on the team have made up for that. Whether it was a highly-ranked player or a low three-star, there are guys up and down Michigan’s roster that have been big recruiting hits. Guys like Hassan

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Michigan’s five biggest recruiting hits of the Harbaugh era

Finding a balance in recall votes

He was elected twice, with more than 16,000 votes each time, but on Jan. 16, 84,582 people voted to oust him in a recall vote. Could former Taoyuan city councilor Wang Hao-yu (王浩宇), who left office on Friday last week, really have behaved badly enough for more than 80,000 people to vote for his ouster? Some people say this happened because of loud voices on the Internet. Others put it down to mobilization by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT). No matter why it happened, the simplest factor involved

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Finding a balance in recall votes

EDITORIAL: Marriage draft still excludes some

More than 600 days after Taiwan’s landmark legalization of same-sex marriage, the government is finally addressing a longstanding issue: transnational marriages. Taiwanese still cannot legally marry a same-sex partner from a country where same-sex marriage is not recognized. There are only 29 countries that recognize such unions, making the provision still rather restrictive, and Taiwan is reportedly the only one that has such measures. The issue has been repeatedly brought up by LGBTQ groups before and after

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EDITORIAL: Marriage draft still excludes some

Beware China’s growing influence

China’s rise as a major global economy and military force has been marked by its desire to occupy an unchallenged position in Asia, and to redesign the existing liberal international order. For that to happen, South Asia is hugely significant for China, so the Chinese establishment has intensified efforts to boost engagement with the region. Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) has already visited the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, and China has infused billions of dollars into promoting development

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Beware China’s growing influence

Thousands of Australians protest on ‘Invasion Day’

Thousands of Australians yesterday defied COVID-19 disease prevention rules to protest the country’s national day, held on the anniversary of British colonization of the vast continent that its Aboriginal population marks as “Invasion Day.” Officially recognized as Australia Day, the day also sees annual rallies drawing attention to the injustices faced by Aborigines and calling on the government to change the date of the national holiday. The celebration of the origins of the modern nation is a time

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Thousands of Australians protest on ‘Invasion Day’

Vietnam’s leaders look to Biden to offset rising China

As officials in the Communist Party of Vietnam jockey for position during a twice-a-decade meeting to refresh the leadership ranks, they largely agree on one thing: Closer ties with the US are set to become even more important to grow the economy and counter a rising China. The new leaders, set to be announced on Tuesday next week, are to be tasked with meeting a goal to turn Vietnam into an industrialized economy by 2030, with an annual economic growth of about 7 percent and a per capita GDP of US$7,500, or

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Vietnam’s leaders look to Biden to offset rising China

Mourinho hails Bale after win in FA Cup

Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho heaped praise on Gareth Bale after the Welsh winger scored in Monday’s 4-1 victory against Wycombe Wanderers in the fourth round of the FA Cup. Bale started for the first time since Dec. 23 last year and netted the equalizer in first-half stoppage-time after Fred Onyedinma had given the Championship side a shock lead. Bale, 31, has struggled for form and fitness, but looked sharp in completing his first 90 minutes since returning on loan from Real Madrid. “He was

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Mourinho hails Bale after win in FA Cup

DGH not to use Chinese-made speed detectors: minister

By Shelley Shan / Staff reporter Minister of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) yesterday ruled at a ministerial meeting that speed detectors must be accompanied by a signed affidavit that they contain no Chinese-made parts. The ruling came a few days after a user named “Leo” wrote on Facebook that Eastern Science and Technology Co (東山科技), a local manufacturer who supplies speed measurement systems to the Directorate-General of Highways (DGH), uses components made

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DGH not to use Chinese-made speed detectors: minister

China will not withdraw monetary support prematurely: PBOC governor

The People's Bank of China HQ in Beijing, China. /CFP The People's Bank of China HQ in Beijing, China. /CFP China's monetary policy will stay steady in support of economic growth, Yi Gang, governor of the People's Bank of China (PBOC), said at the World Economic Forum's Davos Agenda virtual meeting on Tuesday. "We will ensure our policies are consistent and stable, and we will not exit from supporting policy prematurely," Yi said. China's 2021 economic growth will more or less reside in the pre-COVID normal

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China will not withdraw monetary support prematurely: PBOC governor

Global 3D Printing for Automotives Market 2021 Report - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast to 2029

“The Impacts of COVID-19 on the 3D Printing for Automotives Market Report Research Industry – 2021″ has been included in market.biz’ library. This Global 3D Printing for Automotives market report has been created in conjunction with primary business specialists, as well as a dedicated assessment inspection group, to lend this documentation a thorough rendition of current market experiences, allowing its intended owner to take pivotal business choices with greater ease. This report explores present 3D

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Global 3D Printing for Automotives Market 2021 Report - Cumulative Impact of COVID-19 and Forecast to 2029

Virus Outbreak: Britain to assist others with tracking of variant

Britain would share its genomic sequencing capabilities to help quicker identify new variants of COVID-19 in nations with less ability to do so, the British Department of Health and Social Care said yesterday. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that the prospect of a “vaccine-busting” variant could mean that lockdown measures are needed for longer and new travel restrictions are introduced. Britain said it had carried out more than half of the SARS-CoV-2 genome sequences submitted to a global

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Virus Outbreak: Britain to assist others with tracking of variant

Ben Higgins slams Dale Moss over Clare Crawley breakup: Blindsiding her was 'so wrong'

Ben Higgins says Dale Moss’s way of handling the breakup was not good. Pic credit: ABC The Bachelor star Ben Higgins is breaking his silence about what is going on in Bachelor Nation. One of the hottest topics right now is Clare Crawley and the sudden split from Dale Moss. All of this happened in January, causing Bachelor Nation to scratch its head as Clare had convinced everyone that this was true love and the two were meant to be. But for Dale – it wasn’t so. Now, Ben is chiming in with his thoughts,

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Ben Higgins slams Dale Moss over Clare Crawley breakup: Blindsiding her was 'so wrong'

Cloverdale Citrus Fair flirts with Valentine’s Day

“Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.” ― Lao Tzu We LOVE the Gazette's February theme, "Love and Let Love.” It's a concept that can be applied everywhere, from our homes to our communities, and through all levels of government and society. Cloverdale Mayor Jason Turner says, “When we lift each other up and encourage what makes us special, I believe it reflects how much we love our community as a whole.” Photo provided. Cloverdale Mayor,

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Cloverdale Citrus Fair flirts with Valentine’s Day