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Day: November 13, 2022

Mayor

Mayor Reser announces that he will not seek re-election

By Crawford County Now Staff November 13, 2022 6:27 pm November 11, 2022 Dear Fellow Bucyrians, I will not be running for re-election in 2023.  When I was appointed to fill the remaining eighteen months of Mayor Roger Moore’s term, I promised the Republican Party that I would complete Roger’s term and run for the […]

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Alabama

7 Things: Red wave never reaches the beach, Alabama Republicans roll, and more … | #elections | #alabama

7. Biden limps out of midterms  Heading into the midterms it definitely appeared that President Joe Biden was going to be a drag on the Democrat ticket, his polling numbers were down and history said Democrats would suffer because of it. That did not materialize. Coming out of the midterms, Biden is hardly strong and […]

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Arkansas

$1,500 One-Time Bonus Check For Arkansas Teachers: Do You Qualify? | Cadrene Heslop

American residents across several states are receiving checks from their local officials. Some Arkansas citizens will join that group. They will receive a one-time bonus check of $1,500. In May, the governor approved the payment. It is for teachers. Their state is thanking them for the work done during the pandemic. Their jobs became more […]

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City Council

Whitesburg officials remember council member Earlene Williams | #citycouncil

WHITESBURG, Ky. (WYMT) – Earlene Williams died just two days after getting re-elected to her fifth term on the Whitesburg City Council. She was 79. Her death shook the city of Whitesburg, as she was a calming voice through everything. “She never complained that I knew of. She was worried about her city, her neighbors,” […]

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California

California Students and Schools Face Challenging Times, but State Superintendent Thurmond Has a Plan

What words of advice do you have for the newly elected SFUSD school board members? I think the best thing they can do is to get some training on what new school board members do and on what it means to be in a governance position. And because the district has been through so much, […]

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Mayor

‘Chuy’ Garcia for mayor: Congressman says city needs new leadership as he joins Chicago mayoral election race

CHICAGO (WLS) — It’s been eight years since now-Congressman “Chuy” Garcia first he ran for mayor in Chicago. So why now and what does he think he’s learned in Congress that would help run a city with as many challenges as this one? Garcia has gone from Durango, Mexico, to the 22nd Ward to Capitol […]

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Alabama

2 losers and 1 winner from the Georgia, Alabama, and Arkansas primary elections | #elections | #alabama

Georgia’s primary date was one former President Donald Trump circled on his calendar early in the primary season, as a spot to seek revenge against Republicans who didn’t do enough to support his election lies. That primary, as well as ones in Alabama, Arkansas, Minnesota, and a runoff in Texas, happened Tuesday. Here are two […]

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Arkansas

A Tribute to Ron Huery + Arkansas’ Full-Court Fury Unfurled on Fordham

photo credit: Arkansas Athletics Growing up, it always felt like Memphis was de facto part of Arkansas, if not de jure. In the halcyon days of the Arkansas basketball program, Memphis was part of Arkansas. I was reminded of this during halftime of the Arkansas-Fordham game Friday night.  The SEC Network did a great job […]

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City Council

Portsmouth political group helps break up City Council alliance | #citycouncil

PORTSMOUTH — For the past six months, an alliance of four has largely controlled the seven-member Portsmouth City Council. It abruptly fired then-City Manager Angel Jones in May and quickly replaced her with the former police chief, to the frustration of other council members and confusion of many in the community. But that alliance has […]

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Mayor

Indy Mayor Joe Hogsett reelection

INDIANAPOLIS — After a career spent mostly in public service, from Indiana Secretary of State to U.S. Attorney to failed congressional, senate and attorney general candidate, in 2015 Joe Hogsett apparently found a job that fit him as mayor of Indianapolis. “I’ve loved being mayor,” he said. “I’ve enjoyed the opportunity.” Enjoyed it enough to […]

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