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December SRC Retention Schedule Report

The previously posted general schedules were heard by the State Records Committee yesterday and approved. Each of these general schedules were previously posted on this blog for your input. 86 more words

Records Management

$400,000 HUD grant given to Pendleton, two other cities

Some Pendleton homes will get much-needed repairs courtesy of the federal government. Partnering with the cities of Pilot Rock and Adams, Pendleton received a $400,000 Community Development Block Grant from the U.S. 23 more words

East Oregonian

One Class at a Time: Williams Intermediate School

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — Ms. Christy Ginn from Williams Intermediate School was surprised with a One Class at a Time grant this week! Now she has an extra $1,000 to spend on her special education classroom. 208 more words

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Rochester YMCA gets second half of $100,000 grant

ROCHESTER, Minn. – The public has come through to secure a $100,000 grant to the Rochester Area Family YMCA.

The Otto Bremer Trust announced in February that it was giving $50,000 up front to the Y, with a second $50,000 available if it was matched by contributions from the community.  93 more words

Local News

Thursday Thoughts: How I listen to Music

Everyone listens to music in a different way. Some casually listen to whatever the popular regional radio station puts into the airways. Some enjoy the ritual of listening to an album on vinyl. 622 more words

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Oregon Tech taking part in $15.6 million federal research grant 

Oregon Tech is part of a multi-campus program awarded a five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation, expected to be worth up to $15.6 million, according to a news he grant is administered by Portland State’s Transportation Research and Education Center, TREC, and is for transportation research, education and outreach. 14 more words

Klamath Falls Herald & News

Wilmington Police To Participate in ‘Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over’ Campaign

WILMINGTON, MA — Thanks to a grant from the Highway Safety Division (HSD) of the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), the Wilmington police will be increasing the number of patrols over the holidays targeting impaired driving.   212 more words

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