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HIV SOS, Miss Mississippi, ice cream festival: News from around our 50 states

HIV SOS, Miss Mississippi, ice cream festival: News from around our 50 states
From USA TODAY Network and wire reports
© John Raby/AP
Activists, forming the phrase “HIV SOS” are calling on the city of Charleston, W.Va., to declare a public health emergency for new HIV cases and prescription drug overdoses.
Tuscaloosa: Officials in west Alabama’s largest city said they expect to spend          $1.5 million to $4 million repairing damage to water and sewer pipes damaged by Tropical Storm Claudette. The storm dumped between 4 and 8 inches of rain on Jan. 19, causing widespread flash flooding. City officials told The Tuscaloosa News that they’re still repairing water and sewer pipes near the Black Warrior River. A leak there had caused Mayor Walt Maddox to issue a water conservation order for users south of the river, including more than 100,000 residents, the University of Alabama and the Mercedes-Benz assembly plant. Maddox allowed the order to expire Wednesday, saying the line had been patched up and the water supply had stabilized. A contractor is rebuilding a slope that collapsed, damaging raw water intake lines that feed a treatment plant. The most expensive problem might be the failure of a water main and a sewer main near Nucor Corp.’s steel plant, which could cost $1 million. Jarrod Milligan, acting executive director for Tuscaloosa’s Infrastructure and Public Services department, said a private dam appears to have failed, washing out the line. Tuscaloosa officials said they hope to seek federal disaster aid to pay for repairs. Typically, damage would have to rise above a certain threshold before President Joe Biden’s administration would declare a disaster and free up aid from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Rock 'cairn' vandalism marks Petroglyph Park in New Mexico

Rock 'cairn' vandalism marks Petroglyph Park in New Mexico
June 25, 2021
Authorities at Petroglyph National Monument said Friday that visitors committed extensive vandalism by collecting rocks and stacking them in the form of cairns, sometimes used as a hiking trail marker.
The federally protected park was created to preserve rock designs scratched by Ingenious people starting at least 700 years ago, and Spanish settlers as far back as 400 years ago.
Venturing off trails and rearranging rocks in modern times is a violation of federal regulations.
“Moving, stacking, or making shapes out of rocks is a form of vandalism and will impact every visitor who comes after,” said Park Superintendent Nancy Hendricks, asking visitors to “respect these sacred landscapes.”

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KPLD Connection: Summer Reading Program starts in June

KPLD Connection: Summer Reading Program starts in June
Kewanee Public Library
Summer Reading Program – June 1 through July 10
Get ready for our Summer Reading Program June 1st through July 10th! Last year, we debuted our online version of the Children’s and Young Adult Summer Reading Programs using the Beanstack app.  This year, the adults get to join in on the fun.  All of our reading programs will have an online version available through the Beanstack App, which allows you to track your reading goals, all from the convenience of your phone.  No longer will you have to worry about losing a paper log.  Paper logs are, of course, still available for any of our less-technologically inclined.  Whichever you prefer, we have worked hard to make sure you have the exact same experience. 

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20-50-100 Years Ago — Dec. 13

Dec. 13, 1920
A large audience, including many persons from the county, attended a public meeting under the Lord's Day Alliance Association in Trinity Reformed chapel yesterday. The purpose of the meeting was to protest against a tendency toward more liberal observance of the Sabbath and strong addresses were delivered. Speaker Dr. Howard A. Kelly referred to the evils of motion pictures and its effect on child life. Many of the pictures, he said, have a most demoralizing effect on young people.
Water will be turned out of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal within a few days, officials of the company announced Saturday thereby closing the 1920 boating season for this inland waterway which has transported 133,413 tons of coal from Cumberland since early spring. Of the total shipments approximately 90,000 tons have gone to Washington, the remainder having been diverted to Williamsport and way points.

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