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Dickey Announces AD Associate for Compliance

History links BOISE, Idaho – Boise State Director of Athletics Jeramiah dickey announced on Thursday the hiring of Nathan Burk as the Broncos’ associate athletic director for compliance. Burk will oversee the Broncos’ compliance office and be part of the department’s leadership team, in addition to managing the cross country …

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Supporters of I-45 expansion assess TxDOT panel premises, organizers say

An upcoming dollar-rich luncheon featuring a panel of Texas Department of Transportation officials at the Omni Hotel in Houston is angering community advocates who say the public should have free access to those in power. The Houston-based Transportation Advocacy Group (TAG) is hosting its state of TxDOT discussion on Thursday …

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A French study to determine if living near a vineyard increases the risk of pesticides

A new study was launched today (October 19) to find out whether people living near vineyards in France are at greater risk of exposure to pesticides than those who do not. The PestRiv study will collect data from 3,350 adults aged 18 to 79 and children over three years randomly …

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Second Chinese vaccine could gain approval for trial in Nepal

The Nepal Health Research Council is preparing to give the green light to third-phase trials of a Covid-19 vaccine developed by Chinese company WestVac Biopharma Co, Ltd after the company submitted nearly all of the documents requested by the council. Once it gets approval for testing, it will be the …

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McDonald’s customer assaulted employee with French fries spoon because his order was taking too long, Nashville police say

The incident took place in Nashville, Tennessee. Reuters Nashville Police are asking for help in identifying a suspect who attacked a McDonald’s employee. The incident occurred after the customer became enraged over the delay in her order, police said. The employee, who has not yet been identified, suffered a cut …

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Seal of Confession a subject of debate after French abuse report – Catholic Philly

By Catholic News Service • Posted on October 15, 2021 PARIS (CNS) – Church and government leaders in France disagree over whether priests should be required to report child abuse if they learn about it in the sacrament of confession. Archbishop Eric de Moulins-Beaufort, president of the French Bishops’ Conference, …

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Promotions, hires, achievements and company news

Here’s a look at promotions, hires, movers, and business news in the Memphis area: In time for the new school year, Memphis University School appointed many new faculty members and appointed staff to lead students. Jenny byers is the new director of college orientation and student programming. She serves alongside …

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Australian government spends $ 250,000 to cover Naval Group quote

The Franco-Australian nuclear submarine program has been shrouded in controversy since Scott Morrison abruptly canceled the deal in September. Photo: Adam Taylor / PMO A quarter of a million dollars of taxpayer dollars has been spent by the Australian government trying to keep the original price of the country’s submarine …

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“Weaving a Basket of Hope”: Multnomah County Honors Indigenous Peoples Day

October 11, 2021 “Every day is Indigenous Peoples Day. This is how Brianna Bragg, (Ihanktonwan, French and Norwegian), describes the connection of the Indigenous community to its history and future. But the official declaration of Indigenous Peoples Day is yet another day to remember, Bragg said, as it represents generations …

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Seychelles Ministry of Culture seeks to lure island nation’s youth through vanilla market

Hoping to inspire young Seychellois to revive the island nation’s vanilla industry, the Ministry of Culture recently hosted a conference on the history of the plant in commemoration of the 155th anniversary of its introduction to the Seychelles. . Introduced in 1866, vanilla was one of the island nation’s earliest …

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