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At Least 5 States Set Single-Day Coronavirus Case Records

Tulsa’s top health official said the Trump rally last month may have contributed to a local surge in cases. A study in England provided more evidence of crucial risk factors for Covid-19 deaths. read more

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Running on empty? Charity events wary in time of COVID

The 27-year-old had envisioned something more ... a senior manager of community development for the American Cancer Society’s Northeast Region. “Some days it’s going to be a step forward ... read more

5 questions with ... Wendy Harned, owner of On The Move Promotions

At that point, we thought it would be wise to form a booking agency and it took off like crazy from there strictly off recommendations from relationships we had around the area. We are grateful ... read more

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U.S. coronavirus cases surpass 1.8 million as concern over potential spread rises with turmoil

Marty Goetz sets up voting screens Monday near Zelienople, Pa., in preparation for the state’s primary election. (Keith Srakocic/AP) The Washington Post is providing this important information ... read more

Trump terminates U.S. relationship with WHO, claiming it misled world about coronavirus

President Trump leveled an extraordinary broadside at the Chinese government Friday and attacked the World Health Organization, saying the United States “will today be terminating our ... read more

Rick's Six: Hot and muggy, bear's journey ends near St. Louis, historic Rock Island, and mask mandate debate in Scott County

Now through July 25, the digital copy of the Quad-City Times is available for FREE when you sign up for an account. No credit card required. Already a subscriber? Click Log in. A good Tuesday to ... read more

5 Questions with ... Michelle Witzke, founder and program director of The Vault

In January of 2017, The Vault formed student and adult leadership teams to help launch a campaign that would secure ... and servant-hearted members of society. We want to erase any kind of ... read more

Counties’ contributions push nursing home aid program funds over $1 million

Luzerne and Lackawanna counties dipped into their federal funding for coronavirus relief and contributed $500,000 to a regional program to help ... the heroes on the front line. read more

Former Valparaiso quarterback Lehman helping to fend off COVID-19

Lehman works for the Valparaiso-based Task Force Tips, which has developed a product ... His 2,477 all-purpose yards rank fifth in single-season program history. Shortly before graduating, Lehman ... read more

University of Kentucky fires three cheer coaches for allowing squad members to drink during retreat

Officials from the University of Kentucky announced the firing of its cheerleading coaches after an internal investigation determined they failed to oversee off-campus events that included hazing ... read more

Movies on TV this week: June 28: An American in Paris on TCM

27 mins. TMC Fri. 4 a.m. American Gangster (2007 ... Ansel Elgort. Two teenage cancer patients begin a life-affirming journey to visit a reclusive author in Amsterdam. read more

The Latest: American sailor Caleb Paine ends Olympic bid

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: Caleb Paine, the only American sailor to win a medal in the last two Olympics, says he’s ending his campaign for ... read more

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