Three vying for city’s top job | Local News

The Baker City Council has chosen two men from out of state and one Oregonian as finalists to replace Fred Warner Jr. as Baker City manager.

The three are Steve Ashworth of Alpine, Wyoming; Jonathan Cannon of Saluda, North Carolina; and Scott McClure of Monmouth.

The seven city councilors voted unanimously Tuesday to name Ashworth and Cannon as finalists.

McClure gained support from Mayor Loran Joseph and councilors Arvid Andersen,

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Team effort makes 75th CPTS’s fiscal 2020 closeout a success | News

HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Working behind the scenes to ensure employees get paid, projects get funded, and the mission is accomplished is the 75th Comptroller Squadron, whose mission is to deliver cutting edge financial solutions and mission-ready Airmen.

Recently, the 75th CPTS successfully closed out another fiscal year, ensuring funding in excess of $17.5 billion was executed to support Team Hill’s Ogden Air Logistics Complex, two fighter wings, and

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3 Model Zacks Buys

If you have a goal in life, it’s never a bad idea to find a model of success to emulate. Someone who already achieved the results you want.

But what if your goal is a more profitable portfolio? We’ve got an idea for you.

Check out the Model Zacks Strong Buys & Buy screen. You’ll find Zacks Rank #1s (Strong Buys) and Zacks Rank #2s (Buys) that are in

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Americans torn between taking vacation and avoiding coronavirus, surveys find

Americans would love to go on vacation. They’re just not sure they should actually go

Two surveys found many travelers express hesitation during the coronavirus pandemic about taking a trip.

Sixty-seven percent of those responding to an AAA Travel survey released Thursday say they are uncertain about whether to take a vacation.

Online booking site Travelocity found 57% of Americans say they won’t travel for the year-end holidays this

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LIVE NOW: President Donald Trump’s campaign rally in Greenville

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) President Donald Trump will hold its campaign rally Thursday at Pitt-Greenville Airport.

The rally is scheduled to start at 1 p.m, and doors will open at 10 a.m.

Currently, President Trump supporters are on line outside of PGV:

Employees at Pitt-Greenville Airport have been busy preparing for President Trump’s rally at the airport. 

Airport executive director, Bill Hopper, said it’s all hands on-deck leading up to the

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Social Distance Review: Enough With the Quarantine TV

A home health aide with no childcare and limited funds must decide whether to neglect her ailing patient or her young daughter. An overworked man neglects to mute a video chat with his colleague, accidentally forcing her to overhear him bicker with his newly unemployed boyfriend. With school canceled, a teen gamer uses every digital tool available to court her crush: Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, Discord, VRChat. A dad racked with

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Candidates vying in November for 2 contested seats on Bay County Board of Commissioners

BAY CITY, MI – The Bay County Board of Commissioners is seeing a bit of a shuffle this year. Several newcomers are vying for a spot on the board in the Nov. 3 general election.

The two contested races are in District 4, representing West Side Bay City and southwest Bangor Township, and District 6, representing East Side Bay City.

Republican challenger Lance Anson is challenging incumbent Kim Coonan for

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Surveys find Americans want to go, fear COVID-19


If you can’t get out of the city, try camping in your own backyard.


Americans would love to go on vacation. They’re just not sure they should actually go. 

That’s the finding of two surveys that both found many travelers are expressing hesitation due to the coronavirus pandemic about taking a trip.

Some 67% of those responding to an AAA Travel survey released Thursday say they are

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These NJ destinations make social distancing easy


Don’t miss out on these five sculptures currently on exhibit at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton.

In a season typically filled with activity, it’s tough to be stuck at home without fall festivals, concerts, day trips and events.

But is it possible to stay away from crowds and safely enjoy some fall fun in the Garden State?

Definitely. Here are some destinations to check out: distant. 

Alexandria Balloon Flights,

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In brief: WDFW officials to lethally remove bighorn sheep due to outbreak

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will take steps this week to assess whether a deadly pathogen has infected the Quilomene bighorn sheep herd in Kittitas County.

The Quilomene is one of the state’s largest bighorn sheep herds, numbering between 220 and 250. WDFW biologists anticipate having to lethally remove 15 sheep, and test 10 to 15 additional animals using nonlethal means, to assess if the herd is infected.

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Local nonprofit begins fundraising for inclusive playground equipment | News

TUPELO • Although their primary mission is to provide lightly-used clothing and toys to children in need, local nonprofit agency Cami Jo Cares is broadening their scope by raising funds to build a playground for children with disabilities.

The agency began fundraising Wednesday to purchase inclusive playground equipment for Veterans Park. The idea originated from Cami Jo Cares president Patrick Fullerton, who was inspired by having both a family doctor

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