Hot Rods playoffs benefit Bowling Green E! News 40

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – The Hot Rods spent Monday night playing hard in the Championship Series… a series that might not have happened if the Minor League Cups had gone differently. Prior to the 2021 season, Major League Baseball eliminated 43 Minor League Baseball teams. The Hot Rods were among …

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Real estate agent Joshua Alayon named in Epik Hack

Realtor fired after Epik hack showed he owned racist and anti-Semitic websites (iStock) A South Florida real estate agent was fired by his broker after being named in a massive hacked data leak from Epik, a domain registrar that hosts websites with far-right, neo-Nazi and another extremist. Pompano Beach agent …

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Native Americans Strike Back Against Tribal Lenders

Native Americans are taking a stand on behalf of tribal lenders amid an attack by special interest organizations attempting to bankrupt local businesses serving an often overlooked community. A Native American advocacy group says opponents of tribal loans are promoting a “false and often racist narrative.” For years, the National …

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Chesterfield hires director of real estate appraisals

Melvin Bloomfield leaves Richmond Posted September 26, 2021 through Robyn sidersky The County of Chesterfield hired Melvin Bloomfield to be its director of real estate appraisals. Bloomfield has been Richmond’s Deputy Director of Real Estate Appraisals for seven years. He begins his new role on October 4. “We are delighted …

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CHS Teacher of the Month for August: Karen Appelbaum

The teacher for the month of August was Ms. Karen Appelbaum. Indian Lore Staff sat down with Ms. Appelbaum to find out more about her. Ms. Appelbaum grew up in Peekskill, NY, before moving to Georgia in 1993. She married Dr. Jeff Appelbaum in 1991 and moved to Chattooga County …

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Real estate transfers | News from Mount Airy

September 26, 2021 After years spent in craft circles – from a decade touring with a famous roots band to making beautiful furniture for the Hanes family at Roaring Gap – Joe Thrift moved to Elkin to teach the craft. luthier, which he studied in England in the mid-1970s. Her …

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Bowling Green received $ 1.45 million and won

There has been a long tradition in college football that has become commonplace over the past 20 years and it has nothing to do with lame turnover stuff, the still controversial targeting rule or plans to kick off. realignment of for-profit schools. But when it comes to the Benjamins, schools, …

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