Groups and events

UN publishes dazzling assessment of the state of climate change

Climate change has been altering the Earth in “unprecedented” ways for thousands – and in some cases, hundreds of thousands – of years, according to a dazzling report released by the United Nations on Monday. The sobering assessment also found that some of the changes that are already happening, such …

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Obama’s birthday party: who’s still invited?

Jay-Z and Beyoncé were still there on Friday. David Axelrod and Larry David were out. Former President Barack Obama’s 60th birthday was slated to be the biggest social event of the summer for alumni of his administration and friends of the Obama family – a celebrity garden party at the …

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Critical Race Theory Cannot Be Allowed to Open the Class to Discrimination

A thoughtful and well-motivated attorney general’s recent opinion on Austin Knudsen’s Critical Race Theory has left folks stomping their feet and tearing their hair out. The Montana Democrats’ spin machine is in full swing to justify racial discrimination in Montana schools, universities and workplaces. To defend the controversial teachings, liberal …

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Super Happy Fun America Refounding Fathers Festival still in Auburn

Craig S. Semon AUBURN – Despite online outrage and calls from City Hall and Place, Super Happy Fun America’s controversial “Refounding Fathers Festival” is set to take place at Century Sportsman’s Club on Saturday. John Hugo, president of Super Happy Fun America, said that Super Happy Fun America is a …

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Here’s what to catch for Ultra Unlock events

One of the best parts of the Pokemon Go Fest celebrations happens after the event ends. As tradition has it, the community’s efforts to collect over 1.5 billion pocket monsters and complete 23 million raids during the event and complete global challenges in the process have unlocked benefits that all …

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The “Downtown is Open” campaign seeks to return to restaurants and events

Elle McMaster works and shops in Columbus. She owns the Copper & Ash Salon on South 3rd and Main Streets, and on Tuesday she was perusing the Pearl Market on East Gay Street, shopping for produce and coffee. McMaster, a resident of Olde Towne East, is optimistic about the future …

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Columbia Missouri Trail Association Recognized for Organized Trail Work and Volunteer Events

The Columbia Missouri Trail Association is a nonprofit company dedicated to creating and maintaining sustainable natural surface trails in the central Missouri region. Mark Twain National Forest Assistant Forestry Supervisor Tony Crump presented an award to members of the Columbia Missouri Trail Association at a ceremony on July 14. The …

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S’pore Returns to Phase 2: What to Know About Tightening Covid-19 Rules From July 22, Health News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – From Thursday July 22 to August 18, Singapore will return to phase two (heightened alert), with more stringent measures in place to curb the worsening of the Covid-19 situation. The Ministry of Health (MOH) said on Tuesday that the new measures would replace those previously announced on July …

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“A Matter of Representation” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Latinos and Latinas are the second largest ethnic group in Denver, but statistically very few go out to hike, trail, or just spend time outdoors. This week, groups and organizations are looking to change that and are teaching Latinos how to protect the environment. “There is something …

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