Backcountry School Grounded in Agriculture, Hawaiian Culture | News, Sports, Jobs

Students at Ke Kula ‘O Ho’omakuapono Learning School pick persimmons on Thursday morning. Led by Licia Sakamoto, a fourth generation farmer and longtime teacher, the school educates children about Hawaiian culture and the sustainability of agriculture. Recently, the Maui Planning Commission voted to allow Sakamoto to construct seven one-story classroom …

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Let cold heads prevail | News, Sports, Jobs

Steve Moen, Minot In the weeks leading up to the special legislative session, we saw special interest groups, including the governor, circling the $ 1.2 billion ARPA fund like vultures surrounding dead carrion or sharks in a frenzy. food, each trying to get a share of the fund. I pray …

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Builders optimistic about new home growth despite supply chain

Breadcrumb Links New houses Houses Demand increases for new single and multi-family homes in Calgary Author of the article: Joel schlesinger • for the Calgary Herald New construction is underway in Calgary. Photo by Wil Andruschak, file /Postmedia The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. …

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School Construction Subcommittee Cuts Design Firms For One Project To Two | Where is

WEST – The school construction subcommittee plans to interview two design companies next week. On Wednesday, the subcommittee discussed five competing companies in a private executive session. After the closed session, Justin Hopkins, the chairman of the subcommittee, announced that the panel had reduced the number of companies to two. …

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San Luis Obispo City Council overturns decision to install pickleball courts in Mitchell Park

In February, city council decided to move forward with installing pickleball courts in Mitchell Park despite community concerns. Now the city is going backwards this decision, instead of voting to install “chess / checkers tables, pétanque grounds, shade structures and stage setup in the social gathering area, additional benches, interactive …

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United States to impose vaccines or tests on big companies by January 4

Tens of millions of Americans who work in companies with 100 or more employees will need to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by January 4 or be tested weekly for the virus under government rules released Thursday. The new requirements, which were first introduced by President Joe Biden in September, …

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How to install a smart lock

As homeowners become more familiar with smart home technologies, they are opting for connected solutions when it comes to one of the most important aspects of their home: security systems. Smart locks provide consumers with peace of mind with the convenience of locking doors from any location using wireless connections. …

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How billionaires would design a college campus

Charlie Munger, the 97-year-old billionaire and vice president of Berkshire Hathaway, has donated $ 200 million to the University of California, Santa Barbara, for a new dormitory. But just like that $ 300 surprise from Venmo with “foot photos” in the commentary, it has plenty of captures. Munger, who has …

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The Philly Council examines competing street bills

Clarke, who introduced his bill a week after Domb’s, said he was not opposed to streeteries or their perpetuation. But he wants to make sure the city has a public process to properly check structures and locations before that happens. He also wants neighbors, who have complained to him that …

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Finding a “forever home” for my adult son with autism

Located on 1,500 acres in New York’s Hudson Valley, the center provides medical, clinical and special education services. It also offers the greatest gift a parent of an adult child with special needs could ask for: peace of mind. Educational services for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities ends when …

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