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Outsports Non-Binary Athlete of the Year is Quinn

Quinn is the Outsports Non-Binary Athlete of the Year for what they’ve done on the field, in the community, and for what they’re hopefully set to do in the upcoming Olympics in summer. “I am honored to have been selected as non-binary athlete of the year 2020! They told Outsports, …

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Companies hire during pandemic | firstcoastnews.com

Although the COVID-19 crisis has crippled many businesses and jobs, new opportunities are emerging, including on the First Coast. JACKSONVILLE, Florida – The coronavirus pandemic and its effects on industry and careers have been staggering, but a First Coast career coach is encouraging people to use it as an opportunity …

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How to hold a stand-down of extremism

Army commands have until early April to hold a one day stop talk to their formations about the threat of domestic extremism. To start the conversation, the Defense Ministry has set up a guide with talking points, policies and some recent cases studies. The documents, posted online Friday, accompany a …

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Task Force Calls On Standing National Guard Force To Protect DC

A task force tasked with making recommendations to strengthen congressional security after a deadly Jan.6 assault by pro-Trump mobs on Capitol Hill has proposed establishing a permanent military presence ready to go anytime in Washington, DC The security review, led by retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honoré, who led military relief …

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April 8 Public Hearing on Central Atlantic Bluefish Allocation

If you do, plan to participate in the April 8 public hearing on the Bluefish Allocation and Recovery Amendment, which is being conducted by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission and the Council of mid-Atlantic fisheries management. There are seven points to discuss, present and comment on, including changing the …

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