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Robert Phillips Obituary (2021) – San Diego, California, California

Robert Bob ‘Brooks Phillips November 28, 1932 – November 8, 2021 San Diego, California Robert Bob ‘Brooks Phillips, 88, died on November 8, 2021 in San Diego, California. He loved his family, his friends and his country. He will be remembered as energetic, warm, patient and endlessly curious, as well …

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Charles “Chaz” Desko – Obituary – Mahoning Valley

Dec. 30 1935 – Nov. 17, 2021 (85 years old) YOUNGSTOWN – Charles “Chaz” Desko, 85, passed away suddenly on Wednesday (November 17). Chaz will be remembered for his authenticity and kindness. He was dedicated to everything he did. Chaz was born December 30, 1935 in Youngstown, son of John …

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Monterey County officials suspend mask’s mandate following tense debate

SALINAS – Citing unreliable federal health data, the Monterey County Board of Supervisors suspended an order requiring people to wear masks inside the county just ahead of a much-anticipated winter peak in COVID cases- 19. During an often tense supervisory board meeting on Tuesday night, officials questioned whether it was …

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Long-time FWMR employee makes a difference through sports and recreation | Item

1/2 Show legend + Hide caption – Dan Gasparino, Deputy G9 and Head of Leisure Branch for IMCOM-Europe, began his career in the Civilian Army in Berchtesgaden, Germany, in 1978 as the first Director of Civilian Recreation in this post. (Photo credit: courtesy photo) SEE THE ORIGINAL 2/2 Show legend …

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Looking Back: The History of the Airdrie Legion

Remembrance Day, originally called Armistice Day, was first observed in 1919, commemorating the armistice agreement that ended World War I on November 11, 1918. The In particular, the agreement was signed at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. Remembrance Day, originally called Armistice Day, was …

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Keith C. Mahaney | Boothbay Registry

Keith Colby Mahaney passed away peacefully from a brief illness on November 1, 2021 in Bangor, Maine, at the age of 88. Keith was born March 31, 1933 in Easton, Maine, to Mona E. (Knight) and Basil V. Mahaney and raised in Fort Fairfield in “The County” as he called …

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From Naga Chaitanya to Rakul Preet, actors who were brilliant sportsmen

Sports and movie celebrities often have a good time together, whether at parties or on a personal level, they get along well. And did you know that so many people in our film industries – Bollywood and regional – started their careers as sportsmen before making great strides in the …

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Roosevelt Swim Center swimming pool to close next week | Local

The Roosevelt Swim Center pool could be closed for about two weeks due to repairs. The pool will close on November 14, although the leisure pool will remain open. The opening hours of the center will not change. The swimming pool repairs were unrelated to the repairs made to the …

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Melioidosis outbreak caused by aromatherapy spray sold at Walmart

Dozens of Walmart branches in several states have recalled an aromatherapy spray linked to an outbreak of melioidosis, a bacterial disease commonly found in tropical climates in Southeast Asia. EverythingLubbock reports that a total of 55 Walmart locations in 18 states sold the spray, including two in Lubbock, the Walmart …

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Penobscot County wants to add 100 beds to its overcrowded jail

Penobscot County is asking architectural firms for proposals to add about 100 beds to its existing jail on Hammond Street in Bangor, marking the county’s latest attempt to reduce overcrowding at the 161-year-old facility that regularly exceeds its licensed capacity of 157 inmates. After years of deliberating overcrowding reduction and …

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