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A very happy weekend to all, and welcome to Today We Get To Read Stories About Animals Because It's Saturday And We Worked Hard This Week! In today's news, we learn about TNR efforts and kitten season, the endangered Malayan tiger, an effort to create a new national park for bison on a vacant bridge, how (and why) to grow a "bug house", and the habitat of the majestic snowy owl. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on
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Welcome to the daily news! Today’s headlines primarily center around the global coronavirus vaccination effort. The AstraZeneca vaccine has been reapproved in Europe, the US is planning to share their doses with Mexico and Canada, the Philippines has closed its borders and Guam is planning to prioritize vaccinating its tourism workers. These front page stories are courtesy of Freedom...
Welcome to the daily news! Today’s headlines primarily discuss the latest in coronavirus updates. The AstraZeneca vaccine is currently under investigation in Europe, India is experiencing a second wave and many countries are hopefully planning the return of tourism. These front page stories are courtesy of
Good afternoon! Today's front pages discuss severe tornado warnings in Mississippi and Alabama, new poultry farm regulations in Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia, the construction of a new fire station in Nebraska, internet access expansion in Kentucky, and St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Florida. As always, our selections are curated from the front pages provided by
Good day to all and welcome to the Daily News! Amongst other things, today's news discusses how libraries have adapted during the pandemic, and what benefits have come from these changes that may improve the library experience moving forward. As always, our selections are inspired by the Front Pages posted daily on
On March 15th, 1896 Marion Vera Cuthbert was born in St Paul, Minnesota. After receiving her BA from Boston University in 1920, Cuthbert served as Principal of Burrell Normal School and then Dean of Women at Talladega College, Alabama's oldest private and historically black liberal arts college. She pursued a Masters a...
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Welcome to the Monday daily news! The new coronavirus variant, P.1 from Brazil continues to spread to other countries. Ireland struggles to translate all their legislation into Irish. Protests are continuing in Myanmar. The UN rejects the idea of vaccines being mandatory for travel. Israel considers discontinuing a mask mandate. These news headlines are courtesy of
Happy Sunday! Today's headlines take a look at what is currently happening around the country. Disportationate African American vaccine statistics, NYC takes a look back at a year with COVID, proposed Connecticut property tax increase, everything you need to know about the third stimulus check, and private schools open full time five days a week all grace front cover news across the country.These headlines of daily news are courtesy of Newseu...