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tubing, hemingway, great white sharks: news from around our 50 states

by:NULITE     2019-09-09
AlabamaJasper: live
This year, the state does not allow the ins of Santa reindeer, part of the state\'s prevention of deadly deer disease.
So far, there has been no chronic waste disease in Alabama, and the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources wants to maintain that state.
According to the Eagle daily, the deputy commissioner of the department told Jasper Rotary Club on Tuesday that reindeer usually arrive a few days before the show and may cause illness.
Ed poos of Jasper told the group that reindeer already in the state can stay.
Chronic waste disease is a highly contagious disease caused by a deformed protein called prions.
Animals can spread for a year or two before symptoms appear.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska: according to Anchorage daily and ProPublica, at least 14 cities in Alaska employ police and their criminal record should prevent them from being employed under state law.
News agencies reported on Saturday that they found that more than 34 officials should not be qualified to do the work.
They said that, in addition to the three cases, the municipality had never reported police employment to the Ministry of Public Security as required.
In eight other communities, local tribal governments have hired tribal police officers convicted of domestic violence or sexual offences.
All 42 tribes and city police have said Records, which will prevent them from being hired by Anchorage police and its city police as soldiers in Alaska and even private security guards elsewhere in the United States.
Many people are still working.
ArizonaPhoenix: head. S.
The 1950 adobe home of Supreme Court Judge Sandra Day O\'Connor is included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The National Park Administration has approved the Arizona nomination House to place in the register, which the office says is a list of properties that the United States considers worth keeping.
The residence was originally located in Paradise Valley but was relocated to Tempe park in 2009 for use by Sandra Day O\'Connor Institute.
O\'Connor lived here from 1958 to 1981, when President Reagan appointed state appeals judges and former legislative leaders as Supreme Court judges.
ArkansasLittle Rock: United States of AmericaS.
The Small Business Administration says $10.
Arkansas provided $8 million in relief loans.
Tanya Garfield, SBA director at Sacramento, California, said on Friday that the loans were for businesses and residents to help them rebuild their homes and sweep across western, central and Arkansas from May 21. June 14.
Businesses and residents of Arkansas, Conway, Crawford, Desha, Faulkner, Jefferson, Lincoln, Logan, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, sebastian and yer counties damaged in storms or floods can register loans by August. 7.
Interest rates can be as low as 4% for businesses.
Private non-profit organizations £ 75%, £ 1.
938% of homeowners and rent r for a maximum period of 30 years.
Los Angeles, California: the audit found that agencies overseeing the state\'s legal cannabis market are working to recruit enough staff and develop an overall strategy for the country\'s largest cannabis economy. About two-
According to the audit by the Ministry of Finance, of the 219 staff positions approved for the Cannabis Control Authority, 30 have not been filled.
The shortage of staff in law enforcement units has hindered the agency\'s ability to conduct investigations.
The issues outlined in the audit provide a context for the uneven promotion of the state\'s legal pot market, which began selling in January. 1, 2018.
In any case, California strives to transform its long-standing illicit and medicinal cannabis market into a unified multi-billion
The dollar industry is still in progress.
ColoradoBoulder: some people keep calm in the snow through pipes on their way to and from workfed creek.
According to the Daily Camera, Friday is one of the hottest days of the year, with 1,000 people participating in the 12 annual work day activities.
The event aims to promote alternative transportation and celebrate the quirks of the city.
Organizers said it was \"the biggest traffic jam in the world \".
\"Television helicopter footage shows people experiencing gentle rapids while traveling along the Boulder River by subway, including some in suits.
People gathered on the bridge on the stream to watch.
The incident was postponed this year until after a lot of snow in the winter mountains, the water fell to a safe level.
ConnecticutHamden: a new agreement will allow graduates of two community colleges to easily transfer to kunnipiac University.
The principals of Gateway Community College in New Haven and Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport have reached an agreement with the principals of kunnipiac to guarantee Gateway and Housatonic graduates as third placeyear students.
They must have graduated from the country.
The school of management community has an average of 3 points.
0 and associate degree in arts or associate degree in business, engineering science, nursing or combined health sciences.
Students must also meet other transfer admission requirements and professional requirements of private universities.
Delaware Wilmington: hot temperatures nearby
On Saturday, Wilmington\'s record was 96 and Georgetown\'s record was 98.
Two locations where official data were collected by the National Meteorological Administration.
Wilmington\'s highest temperature in July 20 was 100, the highest in 1895.
Georgetown Records
In 1977, the temperature also reached 100.
But the thermal index, considering the temperature and humidity, reached 109 in Wilmington and 111 in George duntown.
The high temperature index was not recorded by the Meteorological Department.
The relief of warm weather should come on Monday, as the cold front will enter the hot and humid air quality that has been hovering in the area since Wednesday.
Washington, Colombia: several firefighters were treated for heatstroke while trying to put out the apartment fire in the southwest of D. C.
Saturday, WUSA-TV reports.
Washington Fire and Emergency Medical Service personnel on the seventh
A fire broke out in the apartment on building 200 I Street.
Officials reported smoke conditions on several floors and many residents were evacuated from the building.
The fire was soon put out.
Two civilians were taken to hospital for assessment and two firefighters were taken to hospital for heatstroke.
Western Florida: A retired 68-year-
Old Tennessee banker wins Hemingway in Key West
In his eighth attempt.
Joe macsey of Snow Hill won a big win at the sloppy Joe bar on Saturday night, a residence of Ernest Hemingway in his Key West residence in the 1930 s.
A jury of former winners selected Maxey from 142 white people.
The bearded player who played in two rounds of preliminary and Saturday\'s final.
Mark said he likes Hemingway\'s works and mojitos and women.
In his critical Western period, Hemingway created literary classics, including \"who the knell is for\" and \"there is and there is no\".
\"This competition is a highlight of the annual Hemingway Festival, which commemorates the author\'s literary heritage and adventurous lifestyle.
The celebration ended on Sunday, the 120 anniversary of his birth.
George Atlanta: in a building near the Capitol, a private room is open and breastfeeding mothers can use it for breast milk delivery. The Atlanta-
The Journal of the constitution reports on James H.
The \"sloppy\" Floyd building, located in state agencies and cafeteria, is the second state office in downtown Atlanta.
The website of another different national building has been open for six years, with an average of about 355 visits per month.
The new room is open to state employees holding badges, but visitors can enter the room through security personnel.
Its opening was after the state of Sen.
Jen Jordan, a Democrat in Atlanta, has proposed legislation requiring Congress to provide nursing rooms.
But legislation in the Republican government has stalled.
Brian Kemp helped ensure the safety of the nearby rooms.
Honolulu, Hawaii: Newly appointed taxpayers
A funding lawyer for a former prosecutor wants to postpone her trial on charges of bank fraud and identity theft.
Gary Singh was appointed representative of Catherine kiloha
The funded lawyer asked for withdrawal.
Kealoha and her retired police chief husband were convicted last month for plotting to frame their uncle.
Singh said his fraud and identity theft trial is scheduled for Thursday, October, and he needs more time.
The timing of this trial will affect the schedule of another trial that Catherine keloha and her pain doctor brother face with respect to medicationTransaction fees. U. S.
District Judge J.
Michael Seabright wants Singh to consult with other relevant lawyers on the new trial date.
IdahoJerome: a music festival in southern Idaho was canceled because organizers said they were concerned about possible raids by Immigration and Customs law enforcement officers.
The festival, known as the trip to Idaho, was scheduled to take place last Saturday.
The event organizer of the Columbia Event Center issued a cancellation notice on Facebook.
Leo Morales of ACLU, Idaho, said he could not confirm whether there were Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers in southern Idaho, but said community members were panicked.
Jerome city police Dan Hall said he had no information about ICE agents in the area.
The agency does not need to tell local law enforcement that it is conducting raids, Hall said.
But he does say that if ICE\'s activity involves a case that the police are already handling, ICE will notify the local police. Ticket-
The holder was told to receive a refund from the place where the ticket was purchased.
Chicago, Illinois: organizing an open effort
Swimming on the Chicago River will be delayed for at least a year this fall.
Doug McConnell and his colleagues
Organizer Don McDonald wants to coordinate a 2. 4-
Swim a mile on the Chicago River in September.
But McConnell said it turned out to be harder than expected to persuade the city authorities to allow swimming.
Chicago Sun
The city\'s Ministry of Cultural Affairs and special activities informed the team last week that they needed to postpone swimming, the Times reported.
The new goal for swimming organizers is September 2020.
McConnell said swimming will raise funds for Northwestern University\'s feynberg School of Medicine to conduct research on ALS (also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig disease.
IndianaSouth Bend: the city where Democratic presidential candidate Pete butigeg was mayor updated police body camera technology after police recently shot a black man. Police Sgt.
Ryan O\'Neill shot and killed Eric Logan on June 16, but the incident was not filmed in the video because his body camera was not activated.
The shooting sparked protests, prompting Mr. butigeg to leave the campaign for a few days to answer questions about public safety and race.
O\'Neal resigned from the department last week.
The South Bend Tribune reported that the technical upgrade meant that the officer\'s body camera could be activated manually or automatically when a police car door was opened.
Soon, when an officer\'s gun is pulled out of the holster, the sensor activates the camera.
IowaDes Moines: Officials have announced new inspection rules for pigs to be displayed at the Iowa fair.
A press release from the National Department of Agriculture and Land Management said that as African swine fever continues to spread in China and other parts of Asia and Europe, additional exhibition requirements are designed to promote biosafety and animal health.
All pigs must be individually inspected and identified on the veterinary inspection certificate within seven days of the end of the trade fair on August. 8-18.
The vet will check all pigs before they are unloaded or mixed with other livestock when they arrive at the playground.
Due to concerns about biosafety, the organizers canceled the World Pork Expo, which was scheduled to be held at the exhibition site last month.
The National Pork producer Council says African swine fever affects pigs only and does not pose a threat to human health and food safety.
There is no vaccine for the disease.
KansasTopeka: The Topeka, Lawrence and Towanda service areas on the Kansas toll roads introduce electric charging stations.
Topeka Capital-
According to The Wall Street Journal,
On Wednesday, Laura Kelly announced an increase in charging stations, calling them \"games\"
The driver of the electric car \"change \".
The Topeka service area is similar to that of Lawrence and Towanda, with three charging stations.
The increase in charging stations is the result of the Kansas toll road administration, Westend energy and the Kansas City Alliance of power and lighting companies.
Toll road officials say charging stations will help eliminate \"Mileage anxiety\" or worry that electric vehicle batteries will run out of power before they reach their destination.
Wester energy officials say manufacturers expect to spend about $500 billion on electric vehicle development over the next eight years.
KentuckyHenderson: the city center has experienced a complete
Military attack on Thursday night
Complete a mandatory building entrance, flash-
Under the cover of the Black Hawk helicopter, grenades, fake guns and troops were quickly taken away.
Fortunately, it\'s all friendly. S.
The force cooperated with local officials to carry out supervision and training.
However, there are also some minor collateral damage.
As troops stormed into the old, empty Emanuel Baptist Temple church building on the Second Street owned by the city, the Holy Name School next door was somewhat washed by helicopter rotors
Rouge anabaton Rouge: high water levels mean that people see more crocodiles than usual, and feeding crocodiles is dangerous, state officials say.
National wildlife officials and the government issued a press release this week.
John Bell Edwards talked about the topic on Twitter on Friday.
The governor wrote, \"You all don\'t think we should say that.
But please don\'t feed the crocodile.
Wildlife biologists say feeding crocodiles makes them see people as a simple source of food, increasing their chances of biting people.
The statement from the Ministry of Wildlife and Fisheries states that it is a bad idea to throw fish crumbs into the water or stay on shore for the same reason.
It says fish crumbs should go into the trash like other garbage.
The harvest of American scallops is approaching-
This is a record level when demand for shellfish is high.
Scallops caught from the cold Atlantic Ocean are mainly caught by ships and are the target of one of the most valuable fisheries in the United States.
According to new data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the harvest exceeded 58 times.
Last year\'s 2 million was the highest since 2011.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration of the United States in 1945, this is the highest in history.
The supply of scallops to consumers has not changed because of the United StatesS.
Foreign resources have long been replenished.
Consumer prices have also remained stable.
NOAA says American scallops are worth $532 and 9 million on the dock.
This is the third one. highest figure.
MarylandBowie: when the roller coaster breaks down, the roller coaster rider is stuck on the Hill of the Six Flags amusement park for nearly two hours.
The news media quoted six-flag US spokeswoman Dennis Stoke as saying the trip stopped at the top of the elevator on Thursday night during a Firebird ride.
All the guests were escorted off safely, but officials said passengers had to wait for nearly two hours on the floor-free roller coaster as the Park followed safety procedures.
Six Flag officials told the news media that the journey would continue to be closed when inspected.
WJZ reports that this is the third time in the past three years that people have been removed from one vehicle or another in the park.
Massimo usettsorleans: a family fishing in Cape Cod Bay is in close contact with a great white shark who jumps out of the water to catch a fish and they catch a fish on the spot.
Franklin\'s Doug Nelson, who captured the leaping shark in a video on Saturday, told the New England Cable News, \"it made us very scared.
\"The video shows his son Jack jumping back into the water as the shark invades the water.
The Atlantic White Shark Association confirmed it was a great white shark, as did Mark Costa, the captain of the Colombian fishing boat.
When the shark jumps, Costa says, the ship is about three miles west of Wellfleet Island.
Grand Rapids, Michigan: to improve work, the John Bauer Zoo will be closed one month in advance of the season.
Over the next five years, zoo officials hope to broaden access to the entrance to increase accessibility and to establish an 18-Acres playground.
The parking lot will also be moved from the front of the zoo to the back to make room for the playground.
The head of the zoo, Peter dalienzo, told Wood
The zoo also plans to hold an exhibition every year.
The zoo has recently added toucans, spider monkeys and popular red pandas.
The zoo attracts nearly 500,000 people every year.
It opened before 128 and became the tenth Nationaloldest zoo. MinnesotaSt.
Paul: national protection officials say the number of deaths from the snorkeling has increased slightly, but it has increased significantly, probably because of the West Nile virus.
The Department of Natural Resources said the virus was confirmed earlier this month as two of the three birds in northeast Minnesota died.
Minnesota Public Radio said the agency asked the Lake owners and other people who use the lake to contact the wildlife office if they see two or more dead birds that are not significantly injured or cause of death
West Nile was first confirmed in Minnesota in 2002.
The virus is transmitted through mosquito bites.
Most people and animals can resist the virus and produce antibodies against future infections.
However, DNR says the birds and crows are particularly vulnerable to infection.
Missippitupelo: fans of Elvis Presley will soon be able to rent a bike to ride in the city where he was born.
According to Northeast Mississippi Daily, Ethan Nolan, a local entrepreneur, is starting a bicycle rental service in Tupelo.
It is called the King City cycle.
Nolan, a member of a bike club, said renting would make the city center more attractive to locals and tourists.
Tupelo\'s annual Elvis Festival attracts a large audience.
People will rent bikes using the smartphone app, which will track the location of the bike to prevent theft.
Biloxi is one of the Mississippi cities with bike rental services.
Micheal Bolivar: a woman who knows her snake met a strange snake while riding a bicycle on the Frisco highway.
47-year-old Christy Dablemont rode the snake near one of the first bridges on the South Road line, then turned around and looked carefully.
The snake is a poisonous copper head snake, but it has unusual marks on its back.
The back of the snake is not a \"good kiss\" mark on the side, but a bronze patterncolored lines.
Dabaumont, who has been doing wildlife translation for 16 years at Bohm de terre State Park, says it\'s the most unusual Missouri snake she\'s ever met.
After filming the snake, she left it and continued to bask in the sun along the path between Springfield and Bolivar.
The unusual appearance of this poisonous snake, she notes, is a good reminder not to take care of wild snakes, especially if you don\'t know what it is.
MontanaHelena: a non-profit organization trying to set up the nation\'s largest nature reserve in central Montana plans to hunt buffalo on its land later this year.
U. S. Prairie Reserve officials say the quota will be 20, depending on the number of approximately 800 bison in privately owned herds.
They will hold a lucky draw on August.
Sixteen people were randomly selected.
Residents living near the protected area will receive six labels, Montana residents will receive four, and members of Fort Pike, Fort berknapp or the rocky boys tribe will receive four labels,
The cost is $300.
Four labels will be donated to local charities for fundraising.
Damien Austin, director of conservation areas, said limited hunting was a management tool to check the number of bison.
NebraskaOmaha: after the West Nile virus was found in mosquitoes in Daoyi County, health officials warned those people to take preventive measures.
In a press release, the health department of Daoyi County said four local mosquito pools in two places detected positive mosquitoes. borne illness.
The swimming pool is located in Seymour L.
Smith Park in Rovio and Lake zorlinsky Park in western Omaha.
The department says the number of mosquitoes has been high since May.
Call on residents to use mosquito repellent and wear it for a long time
Especially at dawn and dusk, long-sleeved shirts, trousers, socks and shoes when mosquitoes are most active.
Residents should also remove water and prevent mosquito breeding.
People infected with West Nile may have symptoms of mild flu
Like the symptoms of death.
NevadaReno: Lake Tahoe is the most complete Lake in nearly 20 years.
California\'s mountain lake officially
The Nevada border is approaching the legal line, as the winter of the snowstorm leaves enough water to last three dry summers.
For three weeks, the maximum allowable surface height of Lake Tahoe has been 6,229 m, less than an inch.
At an altitude of 1 feet, it crawled in half a month.
Earlier this week.
Chad Blanchard, the federal water engineer in charge of water management at Renault, told the Renault Gazette --
This is the longest lake he has ever seen in such a high place for so long.
Lake Tahoe, second
The deepest lake in AmericaS.
About 1,645 feet, usually enough water to cover the entire state of California with 14 inch wet stuff.
Only Oregon\'s Crater Lake is deeper.
New Hampshire Concord: A Republican lawmaker, standing in comments on social media, said slavery was for economic reasons rather than racism, despite criticism from his own party.
In Facebook\'s communication with a former member of parliament and a state representative.
Having slaves does not necessarily make people racist, writes Werner Horne.
He responded to comments from the former MP questioning how President Donald Trump became the most racist president when other presidents had slaves.
Horne defended his remarks on Saturday, calling slavery a business decision, but he said he was referring to the 17 th and 18 th centuries.
Racism was used to maintain slavery by the 19 th century, he said. Republican Gov.
Chris Nunu called Horn\'s comments racist and said \"the legislature would be better without him \".
New Jesse Hackensack: nearly 24 protesters gathered outside Bergen County Prison on Saturday to ask for repairs to faulty air conditioning for weeks and warned that the weekend heat was given
Bergen County Sheriff Anthony Couton said the AC was working after two air conditioners failed on Friday night.
The prison had been experiencing air conditioning problems for several weeks before Friday, and maintenance personnel were installing a replacement condenser.
All of these repairs have been completed, says Cureton.
Lincoln National Forest is making a multi-year effort to develop a forest plan revision.
This process is in its infancy, requiring public input on some criteria.
Lincoln National Forest wants to hear from the public about the draft criteria for its wilderness list and the draft criteria for wilderness assessment.
The wilderness is designated to consider only land in the public forest system. Privately-
Laura Laban, spokesman for Lincoln\'s National Forest, said the land owned would be exempt from the designation of the wilderness.
Public comments must be submitted by email at lnf _ fpr_comments @ fs by July 31. fed.
Or mail to Lincoln National Forest, Atlanta, USA
: Plan 3463, palomath Road, 88310 NM. .
New York: A rare dragonfly was found near a reservoir in Catskill.
New York City\'s environmental protection department\'s field ecologist recently discovered that a southern py-tailed Dragonfly lives on a tributary of the city\'s longdot reservoir.
The city\'s agency says the species is considered a serious threat in New York.
It can only survive and breed in clear and clean water, which makes them an indicator of water quality.
Frank Beres, a DEP ecologist, said the Dragonfly jumped onto his finger and asked him to take a few photos before taking off.
It is reported that the number of species in New York and the Northeast has been decreasing for many years.
North Carolina: the first state park to be built in Buncombe County
Watch the Pixie mountains and row seats for wildlife, hiking the ridge line and even horseback riding. Gov.
Roy Cooper signed SB 535 law on Friday authorizing the Department of Natural and cultural resources of the State Department to create Pisgah View State Park, covering an area of about 1,600 acres, mainly located in Candler, with a small package in Heywood County
Earlier this month, the governor also signed two bills to create the northern peak State Trail in Watauga and Ashe counties, the Wilderness Gateway State Trail in the southern ranges of Rutherford McDowell, burke and Catawba counties, and across the counties of Avery, Mitchell, McDowell, Burke, Rutherford, Polk, Caldwell, Wilks and Surrey.
North Dakota: The state\'s health department says a pipeline in Williams County has leaked more than 12,000 gallons of oilfield wastewater, affecting an unknown number of pastures.
State environmental scientist Bill Suess said pipeline operator Polar Midstream LLC reported leaking water on Thursday.
The produced water is a mixture of salt water and oil containing drilling chemicals.
This is a by-product of oil and gas development.
Suess says state regulators are investing in oil spills about three miles southwest of Epping.
Some leaks were kept in the well, he said.
The Polar Midstream also reported 21,000.
In July, gallons of water spilled.
Near Weston.
Regulators say some of the crude oil leaked into an unnamed tributary of the Missouri River.
Ohio: The state raised the minimum age for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21.
The new law will come into force on October.
Mike DeWine signed last week.
Ohio is one of the 18 states that raised the minimum age for buying cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and other tobacco products.
The new law also applies to roll paper, filters and other smoking and evaporation accessories.
National statistics show that Ohio has the highest proportion of adult smokers, just over 21%.
Supporters of the new law say the goal is to prevent children from smoking.
Orrama city: the rainy season in the state provides the ideal environment for ticks.
This can be bad news for people and their pets, as the pathogens carried by many ticks can cause serious diseases.
The risk of being bitten by ticks is not limited to hikers and campers in the forest.
Many vampires live in urban parks and communities.
Will Bachak, Chief Park naturalist at the orkama city park system, said park visitors can avoid most ticks by staying on the trails, but that is not guaranteed. Tick-
Spreading diseases can be dangerous, everything from food allergies to red meat to miscarriage to death can happen.
Take a look at the back of the ear and look at the back of the neck, armpits, joints, waist and groin, and collar lines on socks and shoes.
Adults may be easy to spot, he says, but nymphs may look like freckles.
OregonSalem: Amazon launched a recruitment boom for more than 800 positions in its packaging and shipping warehouse on Friday. The Seattle e-
The business giant is working on a phased approach to fill its previously promised target of providing about 10 million in the recent month-million-square-foot outpost.
The warehouse opened in August.
Workers can expect to package and ship larger products, including sports equipment, gardening tools and patio furniture.
Amazon has already adopted $15. an-
Minimum hourly wage
The minimum wage in the Salem area of Oregon has risen to $11.
It will increase to $13 in July 1.
50 2022 according to 2016 of national legislation.
The company provides employees with benefits such as up to 20 weeks of paid parental leave.
Candidates for Salem positions must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent.
Applicants can access the Internet at www. amazon.
Com/salemjobs or text SALEMNOW to 77088.
PennsylvaniaReading: Mayor Wally Scott has reversed the route and says he will allow the LGBTQ rainbow flag to fly over town hall for the first time.
Scott canceled the original flag-raising ceremony last week, calling it a political symbol.
But Reading Eagle reported that Scott posted a video on his Facebook page on Saturday saying he had changed his mind.
Scott said his change happened after a visit by a \"very prominent woman\" who would not name her and told him that she realized she was gay and told
Providence, Rhode Island: lawmakers praised the signing of legislation that set guidelines for diversion plans for higher courts. Democratic Gov.
Gina Remondo signed the legislation on Tuesday.
Senate Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey says this is another step in criminal justice reform because the program will provide oversight and services, not imprisonment.
Warwick\'s McCaffrey, along with the representative, sponsored the legislation.
D-Robert Jaka
Cranston in the house.
Jacquard said the state must help people with addiction problems to be healthy, rather than imprison them at the huge cost of taxpayers.
An extremely rare crocodile from the South Carolina Aquarium has died.
The aquarium posted 22-on its Facebook page-year-
On Friday morning, an old crocodile named allabast died.
He has lived in the aquarium since 2009.
Caroline Morris, a spokeswoman for the South Carolina Aquarium, told the Post and express that Alabaster plaster is considered one of about 50 white-disease crocodiles in the world.
The aquarium staff said they noticed last week that Alabaster showed signs of infection.
Workers began treating crocodiles, the statement said, and officials sought advice from other experts across the country.
Kevin Mills, president and CEO of the South Carolina Aquarium, said allabast was an ambassador to his species and \"attracted the hearts of employees and guests.
South Dakota Sioux Falls: government.
According to a new poll, Christian nom\'s approval rating has remained stable, but her first six months in office have been climbing.
In the first and second quarters of this year, Noem\'s 49% approval rating has not changed.
However, her disapproval rating rose from 32% to 40%, according to the quarterly governor\'s poll at the morning consulting firm.
11% did not comment on Noem\'s performance in the second quarter.
The morning consultation poll, 3% error.
According to the morning consultation, the latest disapproval rating ranked Noem as the eighth of the top ten most unpopular governors.
Two Southwest Airlines planes collided on the tarmac at Nashville International Airport.
Airline officials say no injuries were reported in Saturday night\'s accident.
Southwest Airlines spokeswoman Michelle Agnew said in an email statement that St. Louis-
Southwest flight 1555 to Atlanta is in contact with the wings of Southwest Flight 4580 as they push back.
Photos provided by one passenger on a flight to Atlanta showed rain, and the top of the fins of the other plane appeared to have been cut off.
The airline said both planes returned to the gate under their own strength and stopped service due to evaluation.
Abilene, TX: a park designed specifically for Air Force Base personnel who died in accidents or other services has been expanded, including memorial plaques.
A ceremony was held Friday at the updated days Memorial Park, a project by the Military Committee of the abilin Chamber of Commerce.
The site used to feature Flagstaff, coverage areas and bricks.
The expanded park now recognizes 79 military personnel who have given their lives since it was originally known as abilin Air Force Base, which opened in 1956.
The design includes a Japanese dial Memorial, which allows the sun to enter and Mark precise points on the ground, and glows on various monuments.
UtahLogan: at the entrepreneur\'s Fair in Utah, children are honing their business minds because legal changes allow children to run businesses without a license or license.
The Herald reported that on July 13, children between the ages of 5 and 16 lined up to sell their goods on the streets of downtown Logan as part of the Free Society\'s annual Children\'s entrepreneur market.
Libertarian View
Tank held the event in 11 cities in Utah.
It helps children gain confidence, interact with adults, and learn other social skills, said market manager Lenny FARF.
Some items for sale include pancakes, homemade mud and beeswax products.
Welmon Montpellier: The state will receive nearly $100,000 from the federal government so that schools can get more food from local farms.
Democratic office of the United StatesS. Sen.
Patrick Leahy said the farm received school funding from the United States. S.
Agriculture Department to strengthen agricultureto-
School programs at 20 schools in Franklin and Big Island County.
Anson tebates, director of Vermont\'s bureau of agriculture, food and marketing, said the program would help schools, students and farmers in Vermont.
The award is part of a $9 million grant from the US Department of Agriculture for 126 projects in 42 states.
Governor: Virginia
Ralph Northen said he will soon launch a program for free community college tuition.
In a statement on Wednesday, the Democratic governor described a program that allows Virginia residents to attend community colleges free of charge in exchange for a year of work in public service or senior management. demand field.
Northam says it will be called the G3 because it is \"proficient, finding a job and paying off.
He said he expects more details and official announcements in a few weeks. The Virginian-
The pilot reported that Northam\'s proposal was based on a plan he made during his campaign in 2017.
At that time, he said the project would initially cost the state $37 million, but in five years it would have more than doubled its income from taxes.
Seattle, Washington: Puget Sound beach is temporarily closed after millions of gallons of sewage flow into the water.
S. National Ecosystem said earlier Friday that West Point sewage treatment plants released about 3 million gallons of untreated sewage in about 27 minutes after the backup pumping system failed during the power outage.
On Thursday, officials said another power cut at the Renton sewage treatment plant could result in limited disinfection of treated wastewater.
The plant is discharged to Puget Sound, northwest of Seattle\'s dumesh head.
West Virginia sailor: a West Virginia sailor and veteran is one of the people who recently dedicated to World War I in Times Square, New York.
The monument was authorized by the Centennial Committee of the First World War to commemorate six sailors who died on the San Diego, the largest American warship in the United States. S.
Navy ships sank near the Long Island coast. The Gazette-
The Post reported that Fraser Oran Thomas\'s hometown was listed as Charleston in the Navy casualty report.
1,000 years ago, he was one of the more than 100 sailors on board and exploded when it came into contact with an underwater mine.
During the New York fleet cycle, the plaque was unveiled in May.
The committee says it will be permanently placed on New York\'s Ocean Beach this summer.
Wisconsin sinmadison: a report shows that 11 rural hospitals in Wisconsin have stopped giving birth routine for the past 10 years.
According to the report of the National Rural Health Office, the closure is a small number of on-
Number of call providers and deliveries.
According to the Wisconsin Daily, the most recent obstetric closure occurred in Fort glensburg and Rippon in 2017.
According to a report released last week, 56% of rural hospitals in the state carry out routine childbirth, while 40% of rural hospitals nationwide carry out routine childbirth.
According to the report, nearly 99% of children and women
Bearing age in Wisconsin lives at 30-
It is only a few minutes\' drive from the hospital that provides maternity services.
WyomingGillette: after the judge makes the decision, Campbell County may lose more than $30 million in mineral production taxes owed by a bankrupt coal company. Delaware U. S.
Bankruptcy Court Judge Kevin Gross ruled that Campbell and Converse County did not have a top priority in collecting peak energy from the cloud.
Gillette News-
This ruling may make it difficult for counties to collect record reports.
They must wait in line behind other creditors.
Local officials say Campbell County alone could be owed $30 million or more. Gillette-
Cloud-based Peak Energy filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in May.
The loss will hit school districts across the state.
Up to 75% of the tax can go back to the state and be reallocated across the state to the districts.
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