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The hottest ice rink around | News

There is a winter wonderland in Palo Alto, just off Middlefield Road. Winter Lodge, a non-profit ice rink housed in an old-fashioned wooden pavilion, features festive trees, Christmas lights, cocoa and fireplaces, all in addition to the main draw, an outdoor ice rink that withstands the Mediterranean climate of Palo …

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Franklin A. Thomas, revolutionary president of the Ford Foundation, dies at 87

Mr. Thomas encouraged engagement in anti-apartheid efforts in South Africa, and Ford was among the first global nonprofits to open an office there. In 1993, he persuaded Nelson Mandela, a personal friend, and FW de Klerk, the country’s last apartheid-era president (who died last month), to meet with President Bill …

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Demand for fuel credit cards increased tenfold in 2021: BankBazaar report

Demand for credit cards offering fuel benefits has increased tenfold due to rising fuel prices in the country, according to a report by online financial products and loan aggregator BankBazaar. Separately, he also said that the average note size for personal loans fell for the fourth year in a row …

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Dishonorable discharge for COVID vaccine refusal off table as military separations begin

Defense officials will not be allowed to give other than honorable discharges to troops who refuse COVID-19 vaccines once the new Defense Authorization Bill is enacted. But even before that, department heads opted for less confrontational layoffs as they begin to remove some of these people from the ranks. On …

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Student loan scams are on the rise amid the confusion over debt relief. Here’s what to watch out for

LLooking to ease the burden of your student debt before federal payments resume in 2022? Make sure you do your due diligence, otherwise you might find yourself the victim of a student loan scam. In recent months, consumer protection agencies in several states have warned residents to be on the …

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Teacher Troops program to restart under newly passed defense bill

The Defense Department will be required to restart its Troops to Teachers program next year thanks to language included in the annual defense clearance bill finalized by Congress earlier this week. The 28-year-old program was shut down by defense officials earlier this fall as part of departmental planning for post-military …

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First Internet Bancorp appoints two directors

FISHERS, Ind .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – First Internet Bancorp (the “Company”) (Nasdaq: INBK) announced the appointment of Justin P. Christian and Ann Colussi Dee to its board of directors. Mr. Christian is the Co-Founder, President and CEO of BCforward, a global IT consulting and workforce management firm that provides services …

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Over 300,000 New Zealanders owe more than they own. Is it a problem?

Credit: Shutterstock New Zealanders, like many of their counterparts in developed countries, have accumulated significant debt over the past decades. However, opinions differ on whether this is a problem. For some, debt indicates a precarious situation – often described as being “underwater” – in which a person is unable to …

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Charlie Crist applauds decision to award Purple Hearts to 39 soldiers injured in Iran missile attack

The news comes after a recent report revealed that the initial attack had been played down in Washington. Rep. the United States Charlie crist applauds the news that 39 soldiers injured in an Iranian ballistic missile attack in January 2020 will receive Purple Hearts. The Defense Ministry’s decision to reward …

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Maori women beneficiaries repay their debts to MSD at a higher rate than men, their Pākehā counterparts

Brooke Pao Stanley of Auckland Action Against Poverty said people take these loans just for a living. “If you get a food subsidy, you don’t have to pay it back, but everything else if you need help with rent, arrears on bills, if your babies need uniforms, stationery, Help with …

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