10 hidden gems to discover at Harrison Hot Springs

Please Note: British Columbia is at step 3 of its COVID-19 restart plan. Please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including physical distancing and frequent hand washing, and wear a mask or face covering in indoor and commercial public spaces. If you are sick, stay home. Lush parks, pristine …

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Tips for horse racing today: daytime nap

David Ord was among the winners today and he has a selection for Sedgefield and Wolverhampton tonight. COUNTISTER – 4.45 Sedgefield She slowly got back into shape for her new yard and COUNTISTER is supposed to follow his recent victory at Kelso in the Tapisgallop.co.uk Supporting Racing Handicap Hurdle. Once …

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Kilmokea House and Gardens wins Georgina Campbell Award

Kilmokea Country House & Heritage Gardens won a Georgina Campbell National Award. The Hewlett family and the on-site team celebrated their achievement on Sunday, briefly, on the lawn with their staff giving them freebies to thank them for all of their hard work which helped them secure this award.Winner in …

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Update on Maryland’s Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate

September 27, 2021 Media contact: Deidre McCabe, Director, Communications Office, 410-767-3536 Andy Owen, Assistant Director, Media Relations, 410-767-6491 Update on Maryland’s Top 10 and Top 10 Qualified Nursing Facilities Ranked by Staff Immunization Rate Maryland Department of Health also announces nine facilities that failed to submit adequate data required by …

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Five Victorian homes for sale – Chicago Magazine

When you hear the term ‘Victorian’ it does not refer to any particular architectural style but to the time of Queen Victoria, whose reign over the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland lasted from 1837 to 1901. The era was defined by a mixture of overlapping styles such as …

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Injured carriage horse in midtown

NEW YORK – There are new calls to take hansom taxis off city streets following an incident Thursday where a horse was caught and injured in Midtown. NY1 learned that it was the first day of the horse drawn carriage work in Central Park. According to a group representing the …

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A life at the forefront of community health education

After a decades-long career helping young families, seniors and low-income people regain their health and social independence, Bernice Marmel’s deep commitment to the community has only deepened as ‘she defended the well-being of her neighbors. On April 28, 2021, the longtime Winnipeg resident, lawyer, mother, friend and recipient of the …

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Montana State Rodeo Coach Kyle Whitaker Embraces ‘Dream Job’ Despite Challenges | Bobcat

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Adsmore House and Gardens to reopen in the fall | New

PRINCETON – The staff and board of directors of Adsmore House and Gardens are preparing the institution for a reopening in the fall. The local attraction closed in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. During the closure, the property received repairs and updates. Administrator Wayne Yates said the Carriage …

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Motivational Mondays for Teens and Families | Community

BRENTWOOD – Youth ages 11-18 (and families!) For the month of October, Motivational Mondays plan to educate the public about the winter blues that can arise and the natural, healthy ways to combat those feelings. By creating, giving back, engaging outdoors, and finding ways to use our time creatively, the …

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Best luxury hotels in Somerset

Never has the spotlight shone brighter on Somerset than in recent years – and not just because it hosts the country’s largest outdoor music festival. Much of the attention has been focused on the small town of Bruton: now a serious arts, crafts and gastronomy center that was led by …

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The 12’s come out in style

The 2021 class… Students from St Mary’s Catholic College pose on the steps of Kingaroy Town Hall before their farewell dinner September 20, 2021 A red carpet awaited 12th grade students at St Mary’s Catholic College when they attended their glittering ceremony in Kingaroy last week. Thoughts on upcoming exams …

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Oxford candidates in the home stretch of elections

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Author of the article: Chris abbott Release date : Sep 19, 2021 • 10 minutes ago • 6 minutes to read • Join the conversation Candidates for the 2021 Oxford Federal Election (Chris Abbott / Norfolk and Tillsonburg News) jpg, TN Content of the article …

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Critique of the Silence of the Girls

My first reaction to the idea that someone would try to retell the story of The Illiad seemed like a reckless enterprise – one doomed to fail because it seemed too difficult and a gigantic task, but in the early chapters I could see Pat Barker’s skill in telling the …

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making syrup in the 21st century

Each year Rodney and Lynn Willis find a new way to modernize and improve their small farm. But whatever kind of modernization they add, the process of turning sugar stalks into an award-winning line of syrups is largely the same as it has been for generations. Following:Sweet success: Belwood couple …

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Rail project receives $ 15,000 boost

Wide Bay member Llew O’Brien with Murgon Men’s Shed members, Secretary Allen Mitchell, Leo Geraghty, Keith Hatchett and President David Mollenhauer outside the restored 1918 wagon September 17, 2021 A grant of $ 15,000 from the federal government will help the Murgon Men’s Shed move forward with its historic railway …

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In the Market – Four in Galway City

10 The Crescent, Galway € 1.225m Sherry FitzGerald Galway (091) 569 123 he Crescent is one of Galway’s most distinguished neighborhoods, made up of 14 townhouses “making a notable contribution to the architectural heritage of the neighborhood”, as the NIAH points out. They’re a mix of ages and styles, but …

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Fall fun in Northeast Ohio

CLEVELAND (WJW) – Autumn is in the air. The Cleveland area is home to many farms, where you can make your pumpkin spice dreams come true. Check out our list of pumpkin fields, apple orchards, corn mazes and hay walks, sponsored by Goodwill. (Please check websites or call ahead for …

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Meet the candidate

It is not easy to know the candidate. Take, for example, Maxime Bernier of the People’s Party of Canada (PPC). As this election unfolded and debates were planned, his party was excluded from national debates held in French and English. The PPC does not have an elected member of the …

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$ 8.5 million home has views of Great Meadows

709 Monument Street, Concord, MA Society: LandVest Immobilier, Concorde Website: abbywhite.landvest.com Listing Agent: Abby white Phone number: (781) 488-1355 Price: $ 6,950,000 Style: Colonial Year of construction: 1903 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms : 8 full, 2 half baths Living space: 9,443 square feet Lot size: 5.25 acres Garage: semi-detached garage for …

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Lew Wallace Study resumes in-person lecture series

TC Steele Historic Site. Photo provided TC Steele’s childhood home. Photo provided Journal review The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum will host Jessica Stephens from the TC Steele Historic Site at the Indiana State Museum. Stephens will present “A Look Inside the Studio & Home of TC Steele”. Steele …

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Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

Tweeter The coronavirus pandemic has hit the poor disproportionately in the Philippines. The country’s lockdown restrictions – one of the strictest in the world – have severely affected the livelihoods of many. In Rizal province, members of the Dumagat tribe living in isolated highland villages have remained free from Covid-19, …

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Obhoy’s insomnia | The Daily Star

A sudden noise woke Obhoy in the middle of the night and for the rest of the night his eyelids did not close. What was his problem? He had fallen sound asleep; then suddenly he woke up as if someone was knocking on the door of his senses. Slowly, Obhoy …

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Garden Notes: September 8, 2021

Upcoming programs at the Berkshire Botanical Garden STOCKBRIDGE = Berkshire Botanical Garden presents the following upcoming programs. On Saturday September 18, from 9 am to 2 pm, it is “Field survey of the prairies of the prairies”. This field course will explore the colorful variety of meadow flora that comes …

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11 of the best places to visit in Michigan

Michigan’s mojo comes from its beaches, forests, and small towns. Visitors are often surprised to learn that four of the five Great Lakes encompass the state and more than half of the place is forested. What should a visitor do in the midst of all this natural generosity? We have …

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Gavin Wimsatt to overthrow Noah Vedral as quarterback

PISCATAWAY – Rutgers football quarterback Noah Vedral has said he got a little nervous during the Temple season opening party on Saturday. But the elder pulled off a post-game interview session that shed light on the fascinating story ahead for the Scarlet Knights. On Friday night, Vedral learned that Gavin …

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Saratoga Bankroll Beatdown

Tim Wilkin and Anthony Affrunti each received a legendary amount of $ 2,000 to spend as they see fit during the Saratoga season. The penultimate day of the Saratoga season, took a daily tour of the barns. Tony Podlaski, aka the press box burro, was on hand for the golf …

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Big hitch, big change | Editorials

Ketchum’s Wagon Days celebration is a glimpse into late 19th-century life in a small mining town in the mountains of Idaho. It’s also a reminder that change can happen. The Big Hitch, pulled by teams of mules and horses and driven by skilled men through rocky roads over mountain passes, …

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AVLT closes purchase of Coffman Ranch near Carbondale

Rex Coffman looks at his ranch where he has lived and worked since 1958.Chelsea Self / Post Independent The Aspen Valley Land Trust and longtime Carbondale area ranchers Rex and JoAnn Coffman have officially completed the transfer of the working ranch from the Coffmans to the Land Trust. The shutdown …

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Powerful imagery in formalist verse

Slate petals (and other wordscapes), by Anthony Etherin (Penteract, 148 pages, $ 25), confirms Etherin as one of the world’s leading authors of constrained and formalist verses. Etherin’s poems use complex and rigid structures – as a “simple” example, Etherin could create a sonnet where each line not only fulfills …

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Distribution of mule deer: month by month

Back to Mule deer Distribution of mule deer: month by month The mule deer is a native North American species that thrives throughout the West. They can live at elevations above tree level up to sea level. Mule deer can survive in lush forest environments as well as in open …

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walk to cemetery brings county history to life | Local News

Sunday’s “Voices of the Past” cemetery walk at Mound Grove Cemetery in Kankakee will be a colorful glimpse into Kankakee County’s past. The event is a collaboration of the Kankakee County Historical Society, Kankakee Valley Theater Association and Mound Grove Cemetery. Although the characters represented are indeed in the land …

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Learn more about volleyball seating at Tokyo 2020

Sitting volleyball made its debut at the Paralympic Games in Arnhem (Netherlands) in 1980. A consistent phase, when the sport emerged in 1956 for the relocation of soldiers to Dutch territory, included the addition of ‘traditional volleyball’. “. sitting ball, game of German origin (also intended for disabled people). Some …

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1 and 10: Matt Nagy has a lot of work to do

As Mitch trubisky struggled to maintain success with the Bears, most fans saw him as a poorly rated draft pick. But there was a faction of supporters who blamed Matt nagy and his offense as the culprit – to claim that poor offensive design and development trained Trubisky at bust …

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