Pendley says he’s still on the job as acting director of BLM

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — William Perry Pendley wants Wyoming to know that he’s still on the job as the nation’s acting head of public lands.

“I have not been ousted. That is not true,” Pendley, the Bureau of Land Management’s deputy director of policy and programs, said during an interview with the Star-Tribune on Thursday.

Pendley’s choice to defend his role managing 245 million acres of the nation’s surface land comes just weeks after a

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Ask Amy: Wedding brings on in-law exclusion

Dear Amy: My niece’s brother-in-law, “Bradley,” will be getting married later this year.

My niece, “Kate,” is married to Bradley’s brother.

All of Bradley’s siblings and their spouses have been asked to be in the bridal party, everyone except for Kate.

Kate’s husband is in his brother’s party, but her future sister-in-law, “Julie,” has excluded Kate.

Kate included Julie in her wedding party several years ago.

Kate can think of nothing that would have offended

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Katie Redd: Teaching and learning to live with COVID-19 | Op-Ed Commentaries

The Kanawha County Board of Education voted 3-2 to send students back to school five days a week, skipping the second week of hybrid classes. Two weeks of hybrid learning was settled on by teaching professionals and community members as a waiting period to assess the spread of the virus in schools, and to give the school system a necessary adjustment period to learn to manage procedures for handling the virus.

To paraphrase board member

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The 5 Top Tips on Choosing the Best Shower Installation Company


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Are you thinking about designing your dream bathroom? Then make sure you choose the right shower installation company. After all, a bathroom remodel will boost your property value.

Hiring the best shower installation company can be the difference between making your daily shower and bathing experience heavenly or a

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Pendley says he’s still on the job as acting director of BLM

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FILE – In this Oct. 11, 2019, file photo, U.S. Bureau of Land Management Acting Director William “Perry” Pendley speaks at a conference for journalists in Fort Collins, Colo. Pendley wants Wyoming to know that he’s still on the job as the nation’s acting head of public lands. “I have not been ousted. That is not true,” Pendley, the Bureau of Land Management’s deputy director of policy and programs, said during an interview with the

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Baton Rouge General to open ‘neighborhood’ hospital in Ascension | Business

PRAIRIEVILLE — A $30 million neighborhood hospital that Baton Rouge General has had under construction for nearly two years will open its primary care doctor’s office Monday and a new emergency room by next month, officials said. 

The new two-story, 42,550-square-foot Baton Rouge General–Ascension complex off La. 73 and near the Interstate 10 interchange is part of a deeper play that BRG executives hope to make in a growing part of Ascension Parish.

The hospital

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9 ways to give yourself a 2nd COVID stimulus check

9 ways to give yourself a 2nd COVID stimulus check
9 ways to give yourself a 2nd COVID stimulus check

As you wait to find out whether you’re getting more COVID-19 relief money from the government, the negotiations in Washington have become a soap opera.

The U.S. House — which is run by Democrats —this month passed another coronavirus relief package, including a second round of those $1,200 “stimulus checks” to help family budgets and stimulate the economy.

But, following his hospitalization for COVID, President

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Man shot multiple times in targeted shooting at Stoughton bar, police say | Crime



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A man was hospitalized after being shot multiple times in a targeted shooting at a Stoughton bar early Saturday, police reported.

Stoughton police received several calls of shots being fired at Shakers Saloon, 111 Chalet Drive, shortly after 2 a.m., Sgt. Patrick Frisch said in a statement.

Responding officers located several shell casings in the bar’s parking lot and a short time later Stoughton police were notified that a victim of the

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Eagles’ Jordan Mailata gets his big shot … and he’s not shaking in his boots

During the 2017 offseason, Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland was going to spend a few days playing golf with high school friends and enjoying something rare — time off in the NFL.

But then, of course, Stoutland’s phone rang. Eagles GM Howie Roseman wanted him to work out a 6-foot-8, 350-pound Australian rugby player who had piqued the interest of the scouting department. Stoutland canceled the golf getaway and headed to Florida to see

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UK has most to gain from Brexit state aid compromise

It is also unclear what dispute settlement measures – now there is an indication there might be some – would look like, or how they would be enforced.

Mr Pope argues that the UK having its own system of subsidy control would be better than the EU’s, which is administratively cumbersome. “A subsidy doesn’t have to be big before it has to jump through hoops to qualify,” he says. “It doesn’t normally mean a subsidy

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Browser games were a digital awakening for an entire generation

Browser games were a digital awakening for an entire generation
Browser games were a digital awakening for an entire generation

In Tales of the Early Internet, Mashable explores online life through 2007 — back before social media and the smartphone changed everything.

Everyone remembers their favorite browser games, whether it was some cursed obscurity now lost to the void of internet history or a wildly popular time-waster that later evolved into a multi-million dollar franchise (like Doom, Trials, Super Meat Boy,

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Rutgers offensive line preview: This position is Scarlet Knights’ biggest preseason concern

The Big Ten is a line of scrimmage league, and Rutgers has struggled to measure up for some time.

Greg Schiano and his staff will need to change that stark reality before the Scarlet Knights can begin to climb out of the conference basement. The process has started, but it will take some time. And right now, the adjustments lean heavily toward one side of the trench.

Rutgers added nine defensive down linemen in its

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Amish cheesemaker preserves tradition with online sales

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Department of Interior announces e-bike regulations despite lawsuit, conservation concerns

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The Department of the Interior on Friday announced that it finalized electric bike (or e-bike) regulations that it says paves the way for land managers to allow more people, especially older Americans and those with physical limitations, to experience bicycling on public lands managed by the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Reclamation.

“Enhancing access to our public lands and

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Courts temporarily block fee hike for genealogy records | Tracing Our Roots

Breathe easy, family historians, at least for a time. Judge Jeffrey S. White from the U.S. District Court for the District of Northern California placed an injunction on the Department of Homeland Security’s outrageous fee hike for United States Customs and Immigration Services records. The injunction remains in effect until trial or further instructions are issued from the court.

The new DHS rule was to have taken effect on Oct. 2. The injunction was issued

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IU student Carolina Morales channels Nicaraguan heritage into handmade jewelry


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Junior Carolina Morales makes earrings. Morales owns a clay jewelry shop on Etsy called NinaMoraShop.

A budding hobby was soon transformed into a small business for IU junior Carolina Morales. 

Like many other students, Morales was struck hard by the news of campus shutting down in March. She was a sophomore then, studying social work. She lost her job at the IU campus daycare with the shutdown.

“I was absolutely devastated because I don’t have

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Season 6’s Morgan Wallen Dumped From SNL For Partying Maskless


The news came this week after video was posted online of Morgan Wallen making out with several female fans amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Morgan Wallen from season 6 of The Voice was dumped from Saturday Night Live for partying maskless. The news came this week after a video was posted online of Wallen making out with several female fans amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Neither he nor his kissing partners were socially distanced. Although one fan

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Sheriff says Lake Charles area remains dangerous

LAKE CHARLES, La. — A Louisiana parish heavily hit by Hurricane Delta is experiencing rising waters from heavy rain.

Sheriff Tony Mancuso of Calcasieu Parish told KPLC-TV early Saturday that vehicles were overturned on Interstate-10 westbound and said area residents who evacuated should not be in a rush to return.

He said the situation remains “dangerous.”

Still, he said anyone who cannot afford to be gone for more than several days can head back, but

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9 ways to give yourself a coronavirus stimulus payment

9 ways to give yourself a coronavirus stimulus payment
9 ways to give yourself a coronavirus stimulus payment

As you wait to find out whether you’re getting more COVID-19 relief money from the government, the negotiations in Washington have become a soap opera.

The U.S. House — which is run by Democrats —this month passed another coronavirus relief package, including a second round of those $1,200 “stimulus checks” to help family budgets and stimulate the economy.

But, following his hospitalization for COVID, President Donald

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The 40 best places to sell stuff online to make cash money

The 40 best places to sell stuff online to make cash money
The 40 best places to sell stuff online to make cash money

My parents have a bit of a problem throwing things out. They aren’t hoarders per se, but our basement is perpetually full of things that my mother swears she will sell in a garage sale one day. That garage sale is never happening, and the state of our basement is dire. Thank goodness for the internet, where you can sell pretty much anything,

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