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Europe · United Kingdom
Monday's national newspaper front pages
The following are the main stories in Monday’s newspapers.Times of Malta speaks to insurers who say the cost of vehicle repairs has skyrocketed, with some car parts increasing by 350% in price over last year.In another story, the newspaper says that St Philip’s Hospital is set to be formally wound up over €12 million in...See the Story
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Florida, United States · Florida
Jacksonville kicks off holiday season with Christmas tree lighting at James Weldon Johnson Park
Gov. Josh Shapiro led the annual tree lighting ceremony in Harrisburg on Tuesday afternoon. Shapiro was joined by Lt. Gov. Austin Davis and Department of General Services Secretary Reggie McNeil. This year's tree was a 20-foot Douglas Fir from Crystal Spring Farm in Lehighton, Carbon County.See the Story
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3 things to know this morning – December 4, 2023
Worthington and Adrian libraries will be closed for Christmas. Art Club meets the fourth Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. The annual Holiday Show & Sale continues through Dec. 22. New large print books for adults: Valiant Women: The Extraordinary American Servicewomen Who Helped Win World War II.See the Story
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Fish · Baker City
Study finds higher mercury levels in bass in Snake River reservoirs
A study published this week found that mercury levels in smallmouth bass are about twice as high on average in fish in reservoirs along the Snake River compared with bass in free-flowing sections of the river.See the Story
Baker City · Baker City
OSP investigating recent rash of wildlife poachings in Baker County
The Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division is seeking the public’s help as the agency investigates a recent rash of wildlife poachings in Baker County that include a wolf, a bighorn sheep ram and two black bear cubs.See the Story
Baker City · Baker City
Burns Paiute Tribe calls on feds to require Idaho Power to return salmon, steelhead to Snake River, tributaries above three dams in Hells Canyon
BURNS — The Burns Paiute Tribe is calling on the federal government to require Idaho Power Company to take steps to return salmon and steelhead to the Snake River and its tributaries upstream from the company’s three dams in Hells…See the Story