Ross Turner, a 75-year-old surveyor and engineer from Spanish Fork, Utah, thinks Trump has done ‘pretty well’ in dealing with the economy and keeping the public informed. He’s inclined to vote for the president in November, after having not backed him in 2016.
With no major-league-level pro sports teams in Dayton, the Flyers have long been popular in the city, which annually hosts the “First Four” games to begin the NCAA Tournament. A record 14 sellouts this season of the 13,409-seat arena have helped keep the Flyers fired up.
The server boom can be measured. Mitch Smith, the managing director of Minecraft server hosting service Shockbyte, has seen demand for Minecraft servers spike five times higher than their normal daily orders, starting on March 12th (the day after the WHO declared COVID-19 a pandemic). Beyond providing servers to colleges, Smith said in an email […]
VICKSBURG, Miss. (AP) — The city of Vicksburg is remembering a World War II veteran who was the city’s first black independent licensed master plumber and an activist who worked to make made life better for people in the community even after he became blind.
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‘While disappointed that the situation has evolved as it has, I fully respect the right of any member institution to determine what it believes to in the best interest of its student-athletes,’ WAC Commissioner Jeff Hurd said in a statement. ‘From a conference standpoint, the necessary adjustments will be made according to NCAA policy in […]
‘Then I started losing my mind even more… I wasn’t going to be able to stay in my apartment after May, if it weren’t for this… I have been working my entire life to be able to live in New York City and I thought that was going to be taken, and she saved that […]
They maintained he gave inmates copies of terrorist propaganda and jihadist materials, including speeches and lectures by al-Qaida founder Osama bin Laden and Anwar al-Awlaki, a U.S.-born cleric who inspired attacks on America and was killed in a U.S. airstrike in September 2011.
While she didn’t outwardly say Zayn’s name, Perrie did reveal: “I think the airport was an interesting one… Remember the airport? I was at the airport and I got an awful phone call, erm, from someone. And then… I just… what did I…? I just remember screaming in the airport.”
“Vulnerable” due to the nature of the job, she has to adopt adequate precautions and strictly follow the medical protocol. “In the initial phase of ‘Corona duty’, I was able to come home after work but as public health safety measures tightened, we were instructed to stay in a different building by the isolation ward […]