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Politics · Locust
FACT CHECK: Did Wyoming Ban Electric Vehicles?
A post on Facebook purports Wyoming has passed a bill that seeks to ban the sale of all electric vehicles in the state by 2035. While a bill was introduced that contained such a permission, it was not enacted into law. State Sen. Ed Cooper, a cosponsor of the bill, later said the bill was meant as a response to other states planning to ban gas-powered vehicles.See the Story
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Charlotte, North Carolina · Charlotte
Adoptable Pet Of The Week – Julieta
CHARLOTTE - The South Charlotte Dog Rescue is pleased to present Julieta for adoption! “Meet Julieta, the 3-year-old mother of our Encanto litter, who is ready to find her forever home. Julieta came to us pregnant last spring and is a Terrier Lab mix. She has a scruffy tan and white coat that gleams inSee the Story
Mint Hill · Mint Hill
Facials For Self-Care
MINT HILL, NC - Self care is an important part of leading a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Taking time to care for yourself physically, mentally, and emotionally can help you feel more relaxed, energized, and productive. Here are some of the many benefits of self-care: Improved Physical Health: Taking time to practice self-care can helpSee the Story
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LIST: Thanksgiving 2022 meals
Residents in the New Orleans metro area will be able to receive free Thanksgiving meals and other needed supplies at local events this weekend. City Councilman Oliver Thomas will host a Thanksgiving Luncheon held at the Sanchez Multi-Purpose Center. Second Harvest Food Bank is also offering free holiday meals for seniors this week.See the Story
78% Center coverage: 9 sources
Christmas tree recycling in El Paso County
The boys from Troop 1911 will drive to your house, grab your tree, and bring it to the recycling lot. The idea for the tree collection fundraiser began with a previous Boy Scout leader. Last year the troop was able to raise $3,000 by collecting 250 trees. The money raised is used to help fund future scout activities.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 10 sources
Here's how to stay healthy as respiratory illnesses spread this holiday season
The California Highway Patrol is collecting items to bring to people living at long-term care facilities. Drop off your donations at the CHP offices in Oakhurst and Mariposa. You can also bring them to Tractor Supply, Starbucks, Grocery Outlet and Ace Hardware.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 6 sources
ALDOT Puts Focus on Travel Safety for the Holidays
ALDOT urges those traveling during the Christmas and New Year's holidays to help eliminate traffic fatalities by driving safely. For the safety of the traveling public, as well as construction and maintenance workers, there will be no temporary lane closures on interstate highways from Friday, Dec. 23, at 6 a.m to Sunday, Jan. 1, at 11:59 p.m.See the Story
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It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
MINT HILL, NC - Christmas will be in full swing in Mint Hill come Saturday, December 3, as the town kicks off the holiday season with the Jingle All the Way 5k and annual Christmas Parade and Tree Lighting Ceremony! The holiday fun kicks off at 9:00 am at Veterans Park with the 6th annualSee the Story
Adoptable Pet of the Week: Clarice
The newest Adoptable Pet of the Week is Clarice!This adorable kitten is a ball of fluff that loves to snuggle and is looking for her forever home.Her friends at Animal Welfare League of Arlington had this to say about her:Clarice the kitten shares much of the same personality traits as her famous movie namesake — Clarice Starling.She’s smart, curious, quiet and strong willed. But underneath she’s a big softy who loves to snuggle up and fall asle…See the Story