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May 7—MEIGS COUNTY — Local and federal officials took part in a sex offender compliance check on Friday afternoon. Meigs County Sheriff Keith Wood reported, in a news release, that on Friday, May 7, 2021, his office along with the United States Marshal Service, conducted a sex offender compliance check operation in Meigs County. Sheriff's deputies and deputies with the United States Marshal ...

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May 7—COLUMBUS, Ohio — Seven public access improvement projects received a total of $492,920 this year through the Paddling Enhancement Grant, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). The primary goal of the Paddling Enhancement Grant is to increase access and opportunities for hand-powered watercraft. The Village of Pomeroy was along the grant recipients for this round. ...

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May 7—OHIO VALLEY — The Ohio Department of Health reported one additional COVID-19 death in Gallia County on Friday, a person in the 50-59 age range. In addition, three new COVID-19 cases were reported in Gallia County. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) reported one additional case of COVID-19 in Mason County on Friday. Four additional COVID-19 cases were ...

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May 7—PEMBROKE — It has been three years since Kendra Breeden, an American Indian woman, was murdered at the age of 26. The Pembroke woman's mother, Taylis Rogers Deese, still sheds tears when she speaks about her daughter. But, her voice and the voices of others still alive today are the most powerful tools in getting justice for Breeden and other missing and murdered indigenous women, Deese ...

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May 7—The Mississippi Children's Museum-Meridian was alive with the sounds of kids playing outside on Thursday, running through tunnels, blowing bubbles and playing with water in a stream. The youngsters were the among the first visitors to the museum's outdoor exhibit gallery, which opened on Thursday. Six weeks after the museum's indoor exhibits opened, visitors can now traverse the museum's ...

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May 7—LUMBERTON — Robeson County is far behind the state when it comes to the percentage of adults vaccinated against COVID-19, and future efforts to get more local residents immunized may produce few results. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday more than 50% of adults 18 and older in the state have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, and ...

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May 7—A jewelery store in Katy is under investigation for multiple felony theft cases. According to court documents, the jeweler owes nearly $4 million to a business for watches that were never delivered, as first reported by Matt Dougherty at KHOU. The store, ALKU Modern Jewelers in Katy, has had multiple customers come forward and allege they were swindled out of their money. The owner, ...

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May 7—Houston is hotter and wetter than ever before, and the data proves it. Every 10 years, meteorologists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration release new "normal" temperatures based on the average temperature for any given month over the past 30 years. The new data, which calculates temperatures in Houston from 1991 to 2020, shows that the "normal" temperatures are ...

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May 7—RALEIGH — The St. Pauls football team's bid for a state championship fell one game short Thursday. The Bulldogs lost 42-14 to Salisbury in the North Carolina High School Athletic Associaton's 2AA State Championship Game Thursday in Raleigh in the school's first state championship appearance. More coverage will be available later Thursday evening on robesonian.com, and in Friday's ...