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Court filing: Telles wants to represent himself in murder case

Las Vegas Review-Journal 07 Feb 2023
Former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, accused of killing Las Vegas Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German, appears in court for a status check at the Regional Justice Center on Wednesday, Feb ... in the killing of Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.

Court filing: Suspect in Las Vegas journalist killing wants to represent himself in murder case

Eagle-Tribune 07 Feb 2023
LAS VEGAS — Court records filed by the most recent private attorney for Robert Telles indicate that the former Clark County Public Administrator now wants to represent himself against a murder charge in the killing of Review-Journal reporter Jeff German.

Datebook: Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023

Longview News-Journal 07 Feb 2023
Longview Public Library “Babygarten Storytime,” for children up to 2-years-old at 10.30 a.m ...East Texas Datebook appears in the Longview News-Journal Tuesday through Sunday.

Latin American and Caribbean researchers detail colonialism in ornithology

Phys Dot Org 07 Feb 2023
The paper explains that language hegemony, publication costs, and North-biased views of what is novel exclude many excellent ornithologists from publishing in global-scope journals and dramatically reduce the extent to which their work is cited.

Report: Abbey Steele's death ruled accidental, caused by meth toxicity

Rapid City Journal 07 Feb 2023
Helene Duhamel, spokesperson for the sheriff's office, told the Journal last week the sheriff's office was waiting to speak with Steele's family before releasing the results of the investigation ... Etherington, Journal staff. The summary report by DCI has not been publicly released.

Nevada governor calls for review of public school finances

Las Vegas Review-Journal 07 Feb 2023
(Las Vegas Review-Journal) ... Joe Lombardo is calling for a review of Nevada’s public school district’s finances, according to an executive order signed Monday. Under the governor’s order, each of Nevada’s 17 public schools and the state’s charter school ...

Cameron University’s Visiting Writer’s Series continues

The Lawton Constitution 07 Feb 2023
She has presented public readings at the Scissortail Creative Writing Festival and the Mark Allen Everett ... Gray received Bachelor of Arts degrees in journalism and English writing and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Lobbyist with ties to Ohio’s top Republicans accused of paying $15K to spy on effort ...

Raw Story 07 Feb 2023
Two co-defendants have pleaded guilty and another died by suicide ... Ohio Capital Journal is part of States Newsroom, a network of news bureaus supported by grants and a coalition of donors as a 501c(3) public charity. Ohio Capital Journal maintains editorial independence ... Follow Ohio Capital Journal on Facebook and Twitter. .

Reading High School senior arrested for school threat

The Hillsdale Daily News 07 Feb 2023
READING — A Reading High School senior was arrested Saturday, Feb. 4, for intentionally communicating a threat against the school. Joshua Aaron Wade Dobbs, 18, was arraigned Monday, Feb ... Stolberg added that Sgt ... Feb ... 6 ... — Corey Murray is the Public Safety Reporter for The Hillsdale Daily News, Sturgis Journal and The Daily Reporter ... @cmurrayHDN. .

Tech giants explore AI opportunities

ECNS 07 Feb 2023
China has made significant progress in developing the AI industry. A Stanford University report showed that China filed more than half the world's AI patent applications in 2021, and continued to lead the world in the number of AI journals, conference papers and related publications ... ....

Rapid City Public Library now offers South Dakota State Parks Passes for check out

Rapid City Journal 06 Feb 2023
The Rapid City Public Library is a sprawling, spacious building, and even on a Monday at mid-morning, it can be hard to find parking ... State Park Passes are kept right behind the check-out desks, so any Rapid City Public Library employee can assist you with check-out! Darsha Dodge, Journal staff ... Darsha Dodge, Journal staff.

With grants, Obsidian looks to continue telling stories of African diaspora

Marietta Daily Journal 06 Feb 2023
Feb. 5—NORMAL — Sheree Reneé Thomas first learned about the literary journal Obsidian as a kid by finding it on the shelves of the Memphis Public Library, next to other Black-focused publications. Now she is the associate editor of the ... .

Taste of Napa Valley: A happy hour at Model Bakery

Napa Valley Register 06 Feb 2023
at its Oxbow Public Market location, 644 First St ... Quality journalism doesn't happen without your help ... The event is free and open to the public and includes complimentary coffee and a variety of bread ...

Agenda - Hill County Commission weekly business meeting

Havre Daily News 06 Feb 2023
Public comments on non-agenda items Public comments on agenda items Claims and ...

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