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Bummer: Woman Who Was Face Of Illegal Immigration Has DACA Status Stripped | Opinion – Conservative

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(Before It’s News) She was a cause celebre sparking a national conversation or something Woman who was face of illegal immigration in metro Atlanta has DACA status revoked Immigration and Customs enforcement officials said a former Kennesaw State student who was formerly protected as a dreamer had her protection revoked because she deceived law enforcement. Jessica Colotl, a 29-year-old Mexican national in the country illegally, was formerly protected under an Obama-era program called the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals executive order. ICE said she lost that protection when she confessed…

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May convicted of shooting

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May convicted of shooting 13 hrs ago On April 25, Greene County Prosecuting Attorney Dan Patterson announced that Austen D. May, 20, of Springfield, was convicted by a Greene County jury in a July 2016 shooting that occurred at 843 S. Nettleton Avenue in Springfield. May was found guilty of the single count of unlawful use of a weapon by shooting at a person contained in the felony information for events that took place on July 2, 2016. The evidence was that May went to the victim’s house following a…

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Beacon Hill Roll Call – Sentinel & Enterprise

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By Bob Katzen Updated: 05/08/2017 09:32:46 AM EDT THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators’ votes on the only roll call from the week of May 1-5. There were no roll calls in the House. $200 MILLION FOR LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES (H 3648): Senate 36-0, gave final approval to and Gov. Charlie Baker signed into law a bill authorizing $200 million in one-time funding for the maintenance and repair of local roads and bridges in cities and towns across the state. The package is a…

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WHAT IF THE FED LOWERS INSTEAD OF HIKING INTEREST RATES! / SAFE HAVEN

What if the Fed Lowers Instead of Hiking Interest Rates! By: Gijsbert Groenewegen The Fed will have to admit defeat If is not in May it will very likely be in June. When the Fed will finally be forced to be honest and admit that it is wrong on the economy and therefore will have to drop its tighter monetary policy with as consequence that precious metals assets will skyrocket. A U-Turn by the Fed changing their policy direction from tightening to easing will create a massive market shock. That…

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The age-old Mother’s Day debate: Stay in or go out? – Sentinel & Enterprise

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The age-old Mother’s Day debate: Stay in or go out? By Leanne Italie, Associated Press Updated: 05/08/2017 10:03:50 AM EDT Leslie Young, with her family, says going out to a restaurant for Mother s Day is “nothing short of a circus.” AP/COURTESY LESLIE YOUNG NEW YORK — Leslie Young is the California mom of three kids 9 and younger. For her, Mother’s Day is far from serene. “Just because it’s Mother’s Day doesn’t mean the nurse, chauffer, chef, janitor, hair stylist or activity coordinator get the day off,” she said…

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What’s Happening | Thursday, May 11 through 16

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What’s Happening | Thursday, May 11 through 16 Items for the Community Calendar may be emailed to jill.ritchie@examiner.net or mailed to: The Examiner, 410 S. Liberty St., Independence, MO 64050, attention Jill Ritchie. Also, check the calendar online at examiner.net. THURSDAY, MAY 11 • KC Triathlon planned for May 14, 7 a.m., Longview Lake Beach, 11101 Raytown Road, Kansas City. This is a destination event that caters to the participating athletes, families and friends, like no other event in the area. Novice and elite tri-athletes alike will want to include…

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Fight on to make insurance approval an easier battle – Sentinel & Enterprise

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Fight on to make insurance approval an easier battle Sentinel & Enterprise Updated: 05/09/2017 06:37:41 AM EDT By Andy Metzger State House News Service BOSTON — Kate Donaghue was living out the all too familiar nightmare of trying to help her son kick his heroin addiction when she made an observation about the provision of detox care in Massachusetts. “So many of the treatment decisions were not based on evidence-based practices but simply on what insurance would cover or where a bed was available,” the Westborough mother told the Committee…

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Book Of The Day – The First Lady’s Second Man

Today’s Book of the Day is a Mystery novel by Amazon bestselling author David Bishop and it’s 80% off for a limited time. The First Lady’s Second Man has a 4.6 star rating and is on sale for only 99 cents – save $4! “This is David Bishop at his best. A real page turner and highly recommended.” Judy – Amazon Reviewer The First Lady’s Second Man by David Bishop Rating: 4.6 Stars Genre: Mystery Price: $0.99 save $4 Amazon Bestselling Author An assassination is planned in Syria. An extramarital…

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Lawmakers share animal stories at lobby day – Sentinel & Enterprise

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Lawmakers share animal stories at lobby day The Lowell Sun Updated: 05/09/2017 03:40:40 PM EDT By Katie Lannan STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE BOSTON — Rep. Angelo Puppolo’s first dog was a beagle named Snoopy, and his current pet is Zippy, a miniature toy poodle. Rep. Jennifer Benson owns both chickens and dogs. And Sen. Mark Montigny once smuggled a kitten home from the Greek island of Sifnos. The lawmakers shared their personal stories of beloved pets and other animal encounters during a lobby day held Tuesday by animal advocacy groups,…

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I WILL BE ONE OF THE KEY SPEAKERS AT “AFRICA DAY CELEBRATIONS ” ORGANIZED BY UNIVERSAL PEACE FEDERATION ON 20TH OF MAY

Dear Family and Friends, I will be one of The Key Speakers at The AFRICA DAY CELEBRATIONS organized by THE UNIVERSAL PEACE FEDERATION , which will be taking place on Saturday the 20th of May at The Universal Peace Federation Headquarters in London . Other KEY SPEAKERS will include Dr Yehoeshahfaht, Ben Israel, Henri Pierre Koubaka (TBC), Charlotte Simon: Founder, Mothers of Congo, Ibrahim K. Ibrahim Asante : Chairman, Significant International Group (SIG) and Simba Smp : Media Director, Pan-Africanist and Writer Africa Day is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate…

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South Carolina Teen Charged With Killing Mother

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South Carolina Teen Charged With Killing Mother Posted , 2017-05-11 Get the top news stories delivered directly to your inbox! Go Woman shot by police in terror raid charged with murder plot LONDON (AP) — A woman who was shot by officers during a raid by counterterrorism police in London was charged along with her mother Wednesday with preparing acts of terrorism and plotting murder. The Metropolitan Police said Rizlaine Boular, 21, and two other women — one of them Boular’s mother, Mina Dich, 43 — are accused of preparing…

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MARSUR put to the test during live demonstration at OHQ EUNAVFOR MED SOPHIA

MARSUR put to the test during live demonstration at OHQ EUNAVFOR MED SOPHIA Posted , 2017-05-11 Email this page Today (10 May 2017) the OHQ EUNAVFOR MED Operation SOPHIA with the sponsorship of the European Defence Agency hosted the Maritime Surveillance Networking (MARSUR) Live Demonstration at the OHQ in Rome . MARSUR Networking was designed to enhance the Recognized Maritime Picture and to support CSDP Operations. Following its launch Get the top news stories delivered directly to your inbox! Go Public Technologies 2017-05-08 Defence funding in the Budget For those…

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25-year-old hiker found in Montana nearly 1 week after she went missing

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May 10, 2017 National News Purestock/iStock/Thinkstock (MISSOULA, Mt.) — A 25-year-old woman from Illinois has been found safe nearly one week after she went missing on a hike in Montana. Madeline Connelly left for a hike in the Great Bear Wilderness on May 4, planning to spend a night camping with her dog, Mogi, ABC affiliate KTMF in Missoula, Montana reported. Local officials launched a search and rescue effort after she didn’t return. Connelly was located around 11 a.m. on Wednesday by search and rescue crews about five miles from…

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DHX Media Announces Upsize of Previously Announced Bought Deal Private Placement Financing to $125 Million

DHX Media Announces Upsize of Previously Announced Bought Deal Private Placement Financing to $125 Million 11 May, 2017 Tweet HALIFAX, NS –(Marketwired – May 10, 2017) – DHX Media Ltd. (or the “Company”) (TSX: DHX.A) (TSX: DHX.B) (NASDAQ: DHXM) announced today that it has entered into an amending agreement with the syndicate of underwriters (collectively, the “Underwriters”) to increase the size of its previously announced bought deal private placement of subscription receipts of the Company (the “Subscription Receipts”), at a price of C$1,000 per Subscription Receipt, to aggregate gross proceeds…

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Australian Senator Takes Her Baby to Work, Breastfeeds on the Parliament Floor Like a Boss

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Interest-Based Ads © Disney. Australian Senator Takes Her Baby to Work, Breastfeeds on the Parliament Floor Like a Boss Wendy Wisner It’s 2017, and finally, people are starting to realize that breastfeeding is part of our world that’s here to stay. Women are done nursing behind closed doors, too — when a baby needs to eat, a baby needs to eat. No one wins if breastfeeding needs to be hidden. The world is also starting to realize that we have to make breastfeeding an viable option for working women everywhere….

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Trump’s Bogus Reason for Bailing on the Paris Agreement

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Environment Trump’s Bogus Reason for Bailing on the Paris Agreement The administration’s lawyer thinks there might be legal ramifications if the US stays in the Paris Climate Agreement but doesn’t cut emissions. No one who worked on the deal agrees. Protesters hold signs at the People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C., on April 29, 2017. Photo Credit: Heidi Besen/Shutterstock Update: The White House announced Tuesday that it would postpone its decision on whether or not to pull out of the Paris Agreement until after the G7 summit at the end…

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Connie’s Gardens

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Connie’s Gardens 11, 2017 It’s early in the gardening season but things are looking good in Connie’s gardens. Remember they bought the lot next door and she has added hundreds of new shrubs, perennials and bulbs. Here are some pictures that don’t do it justice but enjoy the garden tour. Connie is a Master Gardener and it shows! Hazel went with me on the garden tour and she and Hope greeted each other like old friends. My young friend, Reed, got two chicks last weekend. He loves animals and two…

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VHP wants Army secure Amarnath route, writes to Guv NN Vohra, CM Mehbooba Mufti

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VHP wants Army secure Amarnath route, writes to Guv NN Vohra, CM Mehbooba Mufti Posted , 2017-05-09 This year, the annual Amarnath yatra will commence on June 29 and culminate on the Raksha Bandhan Day, which falls on August 7. Get the top news stories delivered directly to your inbox! Go ISI funding J-K separatists: MoS Ahir demands proper investigation New Delhi [India], May 6 (ANI): Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir on Saturday asserted that the youth who have picked up stones today on directions…

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At Your Local Farmstands This Week

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At Your Local Farmstands This Week Thursday May 11, 2017 at 8:00 AM Editor�s Note: Welcome to Farmstand Update, a weekly listing of the latest offerings from farmstands around the area. Allandale Farm, 259 Allandale Road, Brookline; 617-524-1531; http://www.allandalefarm.com/home.html The farm is open for the season � weekdays, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Saturday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The Farmstand features our own fresh picked produce as well as a wide variety of other locally produced goods. From New England-made cheeses to locally roasted coffee, we pull from the…

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Plano 911 Hiring Nearly Two Dozen Dispatchers

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Close Embed this video More videos (1 of 9) « » Plano 911 is hiring 22 dispatchers in order to be fully staffed. (Published Friday, May 12, 2017) Plano 911 is hiring. The dispatch center is budgeted to have 71 positions, but currently, only 46 of them are filled. Breaking 2 Hurt in Parker County Plane Crash Director Susan Carr said the shortage does not affect call times, but they want to be fully staffed in case of any surges. In April, Carr said 90 percent of calls were answered…

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