Month: December 2021

World News

COVID-19 tests are in high demand as omicron cases surge in Michigan

click to enlarge Steve Neavling Detroiters are waiting in line to test COVID-19 at the Joseph Walker William Community Center. Testing for COVID-19 is a challenge for many people who are worried that they may have been infected during the holidays. Pharmacies can be tested at home, and most of the testing sites are reserved. […]

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Plasback on a growth spurt

Plasback agribusiness business has come a long way since it imported silage from South Cantebury farmers John and Noelie Peters in 2007. In the last 13 years it has collected more than 20,000 tons of dumping plastic on ups and downs in New Zealand. Although 2021 was a difficult year for many, Plasback has given […]

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Why Are All The Young People Leaving, Oklahoma Cries While Outlawing 'Books'

The biggest threat to school libraries continues, with Oklahoma state senator drafting a document that he could they want public school libraries to get rid of sexual content within 30 days after the parents’ complaint. If the materials are not removed, the librarian will be fired and banned from working in Oklahoma for two years, […]

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Thirsty Men Drop Over $100K In Female Inmate’s Commissary After Jail Pics Surfaced On Facebook

Female Prison Bae Found With Viral & Men Offering To Pay For Belo Nyla Murrell-French, a 22-year-old inmate who has spent seven years in a nursing home in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is ill – and is now rich. Nyla is working in prison for stabbing a woman in the neck during the 2018 gas dispute. Nyla […]

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The ‘Zoom Boom’ Cosmetic Procedure Popularity

Credit: Tima Miroshnichenko Via Pexels When the global epidemic broke out, the closures encouraged people to just go and do important work. Since people had to follow social norms to avoid the COVID-19 virus, mobile phones became the norm for all social media needs. From work to personal events, many events moved online, requiring many […]

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Chrissy Teigen Shares Results of Her 'Eyebrow Transplant Surgery'

Chrissy Teigen. Global Citizen / Shutterstock Brow Goals! Wednesday, December 29th, Chrissy Teigen went to Instagram to share the results eyebrow surgery – and, baby, its pillars look great. “Welcome, new forehead hair !!!!” the 36-year-old wrote the words a short video showing off his followers 36.4 million new and advanced eyebrows, without makeup. Chrissy […]

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‘We need to be careful at social gatherings,’ Mayor Lori Lightfoot says as city officials urge safe New Year’s Eve celebrations

“A New Year’s Eve safe for everyone is our goal to share, which is why we remind everyone to think and act responsibly,” Brown said. “We all want to be safe this weekend, and we share what we want for everyone in Chicago, and there’s no reason we can’t be like all of us, not […]

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WHO's Tedros concerned about ‘tsunami of cases’ from COVID-19 variants

The temporary spread of delta and coronavirus omicrons is creating a “tsunami of crime”, World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters Wednesday, Events mention reports Al Arabiya. “Delta and the omicron now have two threats to record numbers, resulting in hospitalization and death,” Tedros said. “I am concerned that the omicron, which […]

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Chelsea vs. Brighton live score, updates, highlights from Premier League Matchday 20

It was far from pretty for Chelsea, and hasn’t come without cost, but Chelsea leads at Stamford Bridge at the halftime break behind yet another goal from attacking hero Romelu Lukaku. Hosting Brighton, who has never beaten Chelsea and never even scored a goal at Stamford Bridge, the Blues could move second in the Premier […]

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Major Snowstorm Strangles South Lake Tahoe

The snowstorms in Lake Tahoe region prompted Nevada government Steve Sisolak to announce Tuesday, December 28, when the authorities closed roads and encouraged only necessary travel. In South Lake Tahoe, California, the City Manager, Joe Irvin, set up the city’s Emergency Operations Center “to better address the challenges posed by extreme weather and roads,” city […]

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