Monthly Archives: December 2021

Kenya Railways announces the resumption of commuter buses

Kenya Railways announced the resumption of commuter buses on January 3, 2022 with the aim of ensuring an efficient transport system. According to a statement released by KR, Nairobi Commuter Rail buses will drop passengers off at Westlands, Yaya Center and Upper Hill upon arrival in the CBD in the …

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Walking Mass. and Cass with bleach kits, granola bars and a chance to get off the streets

On a recent gray morning, with the temperature barely above freezing, Senior Medical Officer Diana Sencion had just started her rounds to check on the homeless around Mass. and Cass. She was wearing candy pink knit gloves. Soon they were in someone else’s hands. Sencion saw Elena Soto, who has …

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Why this rebellious rural community in northeastern Spain is fighting against wind farms

Vicente’s parents are no longer alive, but in the small stone town of Calaceite on a secluded Aragonese hill, he still remembers their stories very well. Vicente is 83 years old. He remembers how they spoke of the Spanish Civil War, of the fascists in green uniforms, of the militia, …

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Kenya inaugurates shipyard in Mombasa

Posted December 30, 2021 Kenya has inaugurated the facilities of Kenya Shipyards Limited in the port city of Mombasa. The Maritime Executive reported that the nation has said the new shipyard will have the capacity to handle vessels over 4,000 tonnes and 150 meters in length. According to the report, …

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Family and community leaders seek justice after Kansas grandmother dies in shooting

KANSAS CITY, Kansas (WDAF) – On Christmas Eve in Kansas City, Kansas City police said an 85-year-old grandmother was killed in a shot in car while sitting at home with her husband. Patricia Panijan was watching TV in the living room when a car drove past her house and opened …

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From Langley, Kenya, 3 Girls Helping Friends Miles Away – Aldergrove Star

Three students from Langley Fine Arts School joined hands to help their friends who live miles away in Kenya. Lizzie Porter, along with her friends, Beatrix Koch and Adia Richert – all 10 years old – spent a vacation weekend selling handmade items on the streets of Fort Langley. The …

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Pfizer Covid pills for symptoms of Covid may be risky with other medications.

As the omicron wave hits a nation weary of the pandemic, the first antiviral pills for Covid-19 promise desperately needed protection for those at risk of serious illness. However, many people who have prescribed the new drugs from Pfizer or Merck will require careful monitoring by doctors and pharmacists, and …

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Meet the unsung heroes of Norfolk helping in their communities

Posted: 5:30 am December 27, 2021 Over the past year, unsung heroes across the region who have gone the extra mile to help their communities have been recognized for their efforts. For 60 weeks, this newspaper shed light on people who have made a real difference in the county, giving …

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“A Sense of Community”: Can the Shattuck Cabins be an answer to the crisis in Mass. and Cass?

Seventeen sleeping cabins, ranging from 64 to 100 square feet, are lined up in two rows. At one end is a courtyard. And at the front of the village is a 500 square foot structure that will serve as a common room, where those who live there can meet for …

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