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Federal funds key to broadband for over 330,000 people in MO | News

(KMAland) – Missouri ranks 34th in the country for broadband coverage and speed, with more than 330,000 residents without broadband access, but now agencies are hoping federal funds coming into the state will help. Missouri should receive at least $ 100 million build broadband from the bipartite infrastructure law. Paul …

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Report Calls on Medical Boards to Go After COVID’s “Disinformation Doctors”; Ohio does not have

In June, Sherri Tenpenny, a state-certified doctor of osteopathic medicine and famous COVID-19 disinformer, baselessly claimed in a televised government meeting that COVID-19 vaccines “magnetize” recipients and “interface” with them. cell towers. The comment was not an aberration by Tenpenny, who has in the past described vaccines as a “depopulation” …

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Kentucky Relief “Drive-Thru and Drop-Off” from noon to 4 pm today at Union County Fairgrounds

If you or your friends or colleagues or family are looking to join in on the action, today is the day. The Union County Fairgrounds will be open from noon to 4 p.m. today to collect the everyday items that we take for granted but that our fellow Americans in …

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Data privacy: why, unfortunately, we are no longer everywhere

In my April 2021 column, “Data Privacy: Why We’re Everywhere,” we discussed the meaning of privacy in the digital age. We discussed in detail Commonwealth v. Pacheco, 2020 PA Super 14 (January 24, 2020) and Commonwealth v. Dunkins, No. 118 MAL 2020 (motion for admission of appeal to the Supreme …

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Crisis brings out the best in Cebuanos

NO ‘ODETTE’ EXHAUST The cargo ships and smaller boats that have sought refuge in Cansaga Bay in Consolacion City, Cebu Province, look like messy toy ships after being swept away by strong waves generated by Typhoon “Odette” (international name: Rai) last week. —POTO CONTRIBUTED CEBU CITY — A young artist …

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Federal government spied on Canadians during shutdowns

Just before the Christmas break, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney imposed additional restrictions due to the rapid spread of the Omicron variant across the province. The province has opened up access to COVID-19 booster shots for Albertans aged 18 and older who received their second dose at least five months ago. …

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Telco DITO ends 2021 with more than P2 billion in revenue – Tamano

By Arjay L. Balinbin, Senior reporter DITO Telecommunity Corp. announced on Monday that it had generated revenue of 2 billion pesos as of Dec. 18 and expects to reach 2.3 billion pesos by the end of the year. “We already have it on December 18; we have already reached our …

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SpaceX launches Starlink satellites from California on unusual trajectory along coast – Spaceflight Now

A Falcon 9 rocket takes off from Space Launch Complex 4-East at Vandenberg Space Force Base with 52 Starlink Internet satellites. Credit: SpaceX SpaceX deployed 52 more Starlink internet satellites to orbit early Saturday after a pre-dawn launch from Vandenberg Space Force Base that carried a Falcon 9 rocket to …

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Communication is essential when extreme weather conditions loom

Canada’s Alert Ready system can help save lives in an emergency. Climate change is creating increasingly powerful weather systems that can kill people and destroy infrastructure. In this regard, 2021 has been a wake-up call for British Columbians. The province suffered record heat in June and warmer than average weather …

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