Monthly Archives: November 2021

Age 14 Records Over 500 Hours of Community Service in 4 Months – KRQE NEWS 13 – Latest News, Albuquerque News, New Mexico News, Weather, and Videos

Pre-Professional SiSu Dance Academy Performs “Christmas Voice” This Holiday Season Video / 8 hours ago Video Providing support to families with young children, CHI St. Joseph’s Children offers free home visits Video / 9 hours ago Video Local Musicians to be Honored at 2021 New Mexico Music Hall of Fame …

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Capito and Manchin announce funding to hire law enforcement in three West Virginia counties

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (RW.Va.) and Joe Manchin (DW.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced a total of $ 750,000 from Community Policing Services (COPS) in the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). ) Hiring program. This funding will be used to hire full-time …

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The Seadogs provide medical services to the community of Kaduna

The Kaduna State Chapter of the National Association of Sea Dogs (NAS) carried out medical awareness activities among the Katin Aga Agwa community in the Sabo region of Kaduna. The NAS, also known as the Brotherhood Pyrates, said raising public health awareness was in line with its core mandates of …

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Aurora community holds prayer vigil in Nome Park

Aurora town leaders and community members gathered in Nome Park, where six teenagers were gunned down. They joined in prayer and a call to action to keep students safe. AURORA, Colorado – Nearly two weeks after two separate school shootings in Aurora, city officials and community members gathered for a …

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Graduates Obtain KLETC and Kansas Law Enforcement Certification

Blake Keith, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks; Jeffrey Nix, Pratt Police Department; and Kelton Barrett, of the Pratt Police Department, were among 24 new law enforcement officers to graduate from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center (KLETC) on Nov. 12 in a ceremony held at Integrity KLETC Auditorium. Officer …

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Court temporarily blocks application of vaccination warrant for California prison workers

A federal appeals court has temporarily suspended a COVID-19 vaccine warrant for all prison workers in California, blocking new rules that were due to go into effect on January 12. The 9th U.S. Court of Appeals on Friday approved a request to stay an order made by a lower court, …

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Key news in Aiken, Richmond County

Public comment requested on accreditation at Aiken AIKEN, SC (WRDW / WAGT) Aiken Ministry of Public Security to conduct on-site assessment as part of a program to obtain re-accreditation from the Accreditation Commission of Enforcement Bodies laws. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s assessment will take place virtually. A …

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Serving the community in multiple ways

There are so many ways to offer our service – to our fellow human beings, for the environment or for the nation. And for the sergeant. Clevin Joy G. Conde (Res) Philippine Army (PA) His service and support he offered to the 11th Regional Community Defense Group, Army Reserve Command …

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Petaluma Health Care District Hires Benjamin Spierings as Community Health Program Director

Benjamin Spierings was hired as a Community Health Program Manager by the Petaluma Health Care District. The Sonoma County public agency said Spierings will coordinate the district’s community health initiatives and partnerships, and expand community outreach efforts. He will also lead the district’s new community health worker program, which will …

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Dogs comfort Waukesha community after tragedy

WAUKESHA, Wis. (WBAY) – The K-9 Comfort Dog Lutheran Church comfort dog ministry has been deployed to Waukesha in the wake of the Christmas parade tragedy. Seven golden retrievers, including five from Wisconsin, offered their services at a vigil in Cutler Park on Monday night. “One thing they bring is …

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