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Inflation Rose Slightly in October

by Casey Harper   Inflation rose slightly in October, newly released federal data show. The Bureau of Economic Analysis released the Personal Consumption Expenditure index, a key inflation marker, which showed the index rose 0.3% in October. “Excluding food and energy, the PCE price index increased 0.2 percent…” BEA said. “Real…

Disney confirms Splash Mountain closing date ahead of 'Princess and the Frog' re-imagining

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (WFLA) – After previously announcing that Splash Mountain would undergo a “reimagining” in the coming years, Disney has confirmed that the ride will temporarily close at its Florida theme park in January 2023. The popular attraction will then re-debut as Tiana’s Bayou Adventure in late 2024.…

Records of Ireland’s War of Independence to be released

Heart-breaking, human and very personal accounts of the suffering endured during the period of the War of Independence and Civil War are to be released in April 2023. A series of files consisting of claims for damages by individuals for injuries or death during Ireland’s War of Independence or Civil War…

Low visibility as snow moves through northern KELOLAND

MOBRIDGE, S.D. (KELO) — Snow is once again falling in northern KELOLAND. Winter weather advisories are in effect Friday for the northern part of South Dakota stretching from Buffalo to Aberdeen. KELOLAND meteorologists say that a combination of strong wind and low temperatures could lead to low visibility and dangerous…

Half of Americans Believe Wokeism Is Undermining the Military

by Micaela Burrow   Half of Americans believe “so-called ‘woke’ policies” cause the military to be less effective, according to a poll published Thursday by the conservative Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. The National Defense Survey, which was conducted in November, found that overall, perceived politicization among the military’s top brass…

Paycom donates $125,000 to support foster families and homeless youth

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) — Paycom Software, Inc. recently donated $125,000 to provide support for foster families and homeless youth here in Oklahoma and across the country. Paycom presented a $75,000 check to The Anna’s House Foundation, a local nonprofit with a mission of providing immediate, stable and loving homes for…

Tara O’Grady on Mike Farragher’s TAYSHT podcast

*Editor’s Note: Welcome to season two of Mike Farragher’s “TAYSHT” series, his column and podcast exploring Irish America’s culture and food. You can read the previous installment here. Tara O’Grady is a renaissance woman. A singer-songwriter, recording artist, and author, she is set to embark on her most ambitious year…

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