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Oregon has its first doses of Paxlovid treatment for COVID-19. Here we go.

Oregon has offloaded most of its first-line supplies of Paxlovid, Pfizer’s promising new antiviral drug to treat COVID-19, to community health clinics across the state. The clinics, also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers, provide primary care to low-income, uninsured, rural, and historically disadvantaged populations. Nationwide, the drug is extremely …

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Some New Yorkers Eligible for the federal internet rebate program

New York will be participating in a new federal program to improve broadband access and affordability for low-income families. Like everything else in recent years, the cost of Internet services seems to be getting higher and higher. Not to mention, access to broadband is also an issue for many New …

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Could the northern press rise to have the political say?

Now that the north of England is being redefined by the political strategists from Westminster, it is clear that the region lacks the media musculature to frame the narrative of its own collective identity. I don’t think Sir Harold Evans, a proud Northerner and Britain’s greatest editor of the 20th …

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A verdict is expected today in the trial of four defendants alleged to have torn down a statue of a slave trader in Bristol.

Four people are charged with property damage for overturning the Edward Colston statue To date, nothing has permanently replaced the Colston statue on its pedestal Published 55 minutes agoLast updated 55 minutes ago A verdict is expected shortly in the trial of four defendants who allegedly tore down a statue …

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New Year’s Eve celebrations in the region

BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – The New Years Eve celebrations are held in Burlington. The Highlight Burlington Festival went online last year to help Vermonters celebrate virtually during the pandemic, and it’s back. This year it’s a mix of virtual and personal events. There are all kinds of activities including music, …

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Long-time Kent newspaper editor, veteran journalist Jack Mayne, has died

By Scott Schaefer & Sue Favor It is with a very heavy heart, and with tears in our eyes, that we report that South King Media’s longtime senior writer / co-publisher and veteran journalist Jack Mayne has passed away. Mayne died peacefully at home, just days before his 85th birthday. …

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Glen Cutlip Obituary (1934-2021) – Millersburg, Ohio

Glen C. Cutlip, 86 years old, of Killbuck, Ohio, left his earthly body on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, completely surrounded and embraced by the love of God.A celebration of his life will take place with family and friends at a later date. Those who want to share a reminder or …

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Happy Birthday Ozzie Smith-Cardinals’ best Christmas present ever

I saw that December 26th is Ozzie Smith’s 67th birthday. It was a reminder that 40 years ago Cardinal fans got the best early Christmas present ever. ALWAYS. According to Wikipedia, Whitey Herzog initiated the trade on December 10, 1981 that brought Ozzie from the San Diego Padres to the …

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It’s hard to find a home COVID test in Beaufort County. Why?

Rapid coronavirus test kits for the home have been touted as crucial weapons against the super-contagious variant of Omicron that is sweeping the southeast in the days leading up to Christmas. But good luck finding one in Beaufort County. A reporter from Island Packet and Beaufort Gazette visited 14 pharmacies …

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