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All Four Knox County Boys Teams In Action Tonight

The Vincennes Lincoln Alices and South Knox Spartans will square off this evening at South Knox. Tip off time is 7:30; hear the game on 92.1, WZDM, and 105.7, WUZR. The North Knox Warriors celebrate basketball Homecoming tonight, as they welcome in Pike Central. Tip-off is set for 7:30; hear the game on 97.7, WAOV. Northeast Dubois will face Vincennes Rivet at Holscher Gym, with a 7 pm start time. You can watch that game online at TOC Direct Media. Tags: Basketball, calendar, High School Sports, Knox County,

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All Four Knox County Boys Teams In Action Tonight

After ID.4 Push, Volkswagen To Focus Next On Flagship EV Dubbed ‘Project Trinity’

Volkswagen plan to release premium EVs in the future that will carry the premium Audi, Bentley, and Porsche labels, and will be developed under the "Project Trinity" program. (Photo: REUTERS/Matthias Rietschel/File Photo) Volkswagen's ongoing electrification efforts made the ID.3 and ID.4 brands quite familiar to the EV crowd and as expected, the German automaker is just starting with the push. Now that the company has made known its more affordable EV lines, the next step, it appears, is to commence working

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After ID.4 Push, Volkswagen To Focus Next On Flagship EV Dubbed ‘Project Trinity’

Protest organizer charged with multiple attacks after allegedly beating men with metal rod

A 40-year-old woman charged with attempted murder for allegedly driving her car toward protesters at a rally in September faces additional charges after authorities discovered she allegedly used a deadly weapon to attack two men at an earlier event in the county. from Orange, California. Tatiana Rita Turner, a Long Beach supporter and protest organizer for Black Lives Matter, has now been charged with 13 felonies for the two attacks, according to the Orange County District Attorney’s Office. The district attorney

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Protest organizer charged with multiple attacks after allegedly beating men with metal rod

Kruger Products, Hengan, Kimberly Clark SCA · Wall Street Call

The ‘ Tissue Papers market’ research report added by Report Ocean, is an in-depth analysis of the latest developments, market size, status, upcoming technologies, industry drivers, challenges, regulatory policies, with key company profiles and strategies of players. The research study provides market overview; Tissue Papers derived key statistics, based on the market status of the manufacturers and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in Tissue Papers market

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Kruger Products, Hengan, Kimberly Clark SCA · Wall Street Call

Updating appliance standards will save energy and money |Potosnak

The easiest way to reduce utility bills is to use less energy, but that doesn’t mean we need to return to life by candlelight. Energy-efficient appliances work just as well — and often better—than models that consume more power, and the only difference consumers will notice is lower utility payments. New Jersey can join a growing list of states that are upgrading energy efficiency standards for household and commercial appliances. Assembly Bill 5160, introduced by Assemblyman Wayne P. DeAngelo, and Senate

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Updating appliance standards will save energy and money |Potosnak

State Assemblyman Brian Miller named vice-chairman of Steering Committee

State Assemblyman Brian Miller, R-New Hartford, was appointed vice-chairman of the Steering Committee by state Assembly Minority Leader Will Barclay, Miller’s office said in a statement. The position will allow Miller to take on responsibilities helping to lead the legislative policy agenda for the Assembly Minority Conference. “I would like to thank Leader Barclay for entrusting me with this position and giving me the opportunity to help shape the vision forward for our conference and the millions of New

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State Assemblyman Brian Miller named vice-chairman of Steering Committee

Book Review: A Fervent Call to Protect 'America's Amazon'

When the sun warms Tombigbee River, chubby mussels the color of caramel know it’s fishing time. The lady fisher mussel — one of Alabama’s many endangered species — unspools a tenuous line of mucus. At the end of her line, which can stretch eight feet, a pocket of larvae flits in the current, mimicking a minnow. The object of her efforts is a passing fish, who will chomp on the bait only to find a gusher filled with baby mussels. The larvae latch onto the fish’s gills for a ride upstream before disembarking

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Book Review: A Fervent Call to Protect 'America's Amazon'

10,352 sick, 159 dead from COVID-19 in Randolph County

Randolph County reported 10,352 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 159 deaths as of Thursday, according to the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Statewide, NC Department of Health and Human Services reported 698,099 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 7,187 reported on Thursday. The state had completed 8.2 million tests, with 8.4 percent testing positive. There were 3,666 COVID patients hospitalized Thursday and, to date, there have been 8,339 deaths from the virus. Randolph is still designated

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10,352 sick, 159 dead from COVID-19 in Randolph County

N26 and Allianz extend insurance partnership to cover pandemic travel claims

Digital bank N26 today announced that it would be expanding its Allianz Assistance travel insurance included with N26 You, N26 Business You, N26 Metal and N26 Business Metal to cover epidemic and pandemic related claims. The announcement is the latest update that the Mobile Bank has accelerated to market to help customers bank and live more confidently in uncertain times. The extended insurance benefits make N26 one of the first digital banks in Europe to offer customers cover against stressful and costly

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N26 and Allianz extend insurance partnership to cover pandemic travel claims

Head to Florida for week of song, praise

Just in case you’re wishing to take a long trip to get out of this cold weather, maybe you’d enjoy six days in sunny Florida. If so, plan your trip now to attend a week of the best that gospel music has to offer and stay warm as well. The dates are Sunday, Jan. 31 through Friday, Feb. 5 and the place is in Wimauma, Florida at the Wimauma Convention Center. The Center is located at 5408 Hwy. 674 in Wimauma, five miles east of I-75, exit 240. Sunday, the line-up is Jeff & Sheri Easter, Brian Free & Assurance,

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Head to Florida for week of song, praise

Gainesville City Council considers scaling back open-container rules

The city of Gainesville will continue to allow people to drink alcohol on city property for now, but the law might be changed to allow it only in certain neighborhoods. The City Commission on Thursday unanimously voted in favor of asking staff to come back with a proposal designating areas on city property where open-container drinking would continue to be allowed and other areas where it would not. Since September, people have been able to stand on all city property and have a beer or mixed drink without being

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Gainesville City Council considers scaling back open-container rules

2 Delaware high school stars to face off in NFC Championship game

NFL fans in Delaware most likely won't be focusing on Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the NFC Championship game on Sunday. Many will be watching a matchup involving two local high school stars in Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin and Packers safety Darnell Savage. The two should line up against each other for at least part of the game Sunday, something they have never done in a high school or college game. Yet that matchup between Godwin and Savage could be nearly

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2 Delaware high school stars to face off in NFC Championship game

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

Lawrence County Jail Inspection Available

The Lawrence County Illinois Board has reviewed the Jail Inspection report by the State of Illinois. The inspection found one problem—that concerned a shortage of staffers during assorted shifts. That led to the number of jail officers failing to meet a specified state standard at different times. The inspection report is available for public review during business hours. That report is kept at the Clerk’s office inside the Lawrence County Courthouse in Lawrenceville. Tags: Illinois, jail report, Lawrence

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Lawrence County Jail Inspection Available

Hoover grad achieves longtime dream of opening a record shop

NORTH CANTON Josh Harris has vivid memories of his dad playing Alice Cooper and Deep Purple records for him when he was 5 or 6. "I couldn't get enough of it," he said. Later, as a teenager at Hoover High School, his future goal was clear-cut: "I had no intention but to be a rock star." Harris, now 39, never became a rock star, although he did play in a few area bands and still records music in his basement. But last June he achieved his longtime goal of opening a record shop, Dr. Frankenstein's House of Wax,

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Hoover grad achieves longtime dream of opening a record shop

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'

New York to make it easier for unemployed to take part-time work. Here's how.

After doling out $61 billion in unemployment insurance claims, Gov. Cuomo wants extended benefits for part-time workers New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made it clear he wants to reform New York's unemployment insurance law at his budget address on Tuesday. The Democratic governor is pushing changes in the state's unemployment insurance system that would make it easier for part-time workers to qualify for more benefits while simultaneously reducing employers' contribution to the system. As part of his $193 billion

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New York to make it easier for unemployed to take part-time work. Here's how.

Barrett scores 28, Knicks beat Warriors for 3rd straight win

(Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New York Knicks guard RJ Barrett works against the Golden State Warriors during the first half of an NBA basketball game in San Francisco, Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021. Posted at 4:53 AM, Jan 22, 2021 and last updated 2021-01-22 04:53:47-05 SAN FRANCISCO — RJ Barrett had a career-high 28 points and the New York Knicks matched their longest winning streak of the season at three

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Barrett scores 28, Knicks beat Warriors for 3rd straight win

Latest coronavirus updates in New York: Friday, January 22, 2021

A sign demonstrating the distance people should keep from each other during the coronavirus outbreak in New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens) Posted at 4:59 AM, Jan 22, 2021 and last updated 2021-01-22 04:59:23-05 NEW YORK — Below you will find the most up-to-date information on coronavirus news impacting New York. You can find additional resources and coverage on our coronavirus page. The latest official numbers: As of Thursday, there were 1,285,337 confirmed cases of COVID-19 since March and 33,594 confirmed

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Latest coronavirus updates in New York: Friday, January 22, 2021