Ralph Kreitler: President Biden has a chance to save lives

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Jennifer Kesse disappearance: Family says it`s `close` to answers in 15-year-old cold case

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5 of the best knitting projects for newbie crafters on YouTube

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Menstrual cups and discs: What do you need to know, and which is right for you?

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SpaceX Plans Record-Breaking Launch With 143 Satellites

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Phil Mickelson made 18 pars in a round for first time in his career

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Dustin Diamond Wonders if He Got Cancer from Cheap Hotels

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Ralph Kreitler: President Biden has a chance to save lives

I see President Biden as having the opportunity for being “The champion of the unborn” if that does not sound too flowery.  “Thou shalt not kill” applies to all human life.  Science tells us clearly that the baby in a mother’s womb is a human life.  Therefore, it must not be killed. The phrase often […]

Jennifer Kesse disappearance: Family says it`s `close` to answers in 15-year-old cold case

The parents of Jennifer Kesse say they are "closer than ever" to uncovering answers in the disappearance of their daughter, who vanished 15 years ago from central Florida in a case that has long baffled investigators.

Navalny Protests: Live Updates as Russians Demand Opposition Leader’s Release

The poisoning and arrest of Aleksei A. Navalny set off nationwide protests, beginning in the Far East, where people braved temperatures of minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The police were out in force before a planned rally in Moscow.

Meet The Fashion Photographer Behind Stunning Shots of Top Models and Musical Artists

It was only ten years ago when photographer Brandon Almengo first picked up a camera. He had no formal training, but as a curious 16-year-old he grabbed the family Nikon and started photographing friends in his Paterson, New Jersey, neighborhood.  Today, he’s one of the hottest shooters out ...

Ask Amy: Positive Penny meets Negative Nancy

Dear Amy: I`ve known “Sandy” for 20 years. She lives on the West Coast and I now live on the East Coast. My husband and I moved three years ago, but I`ve stayed in touch with my friends.

Lose your iPhone or Apple Watch? Here`s how to remotely disable Apple Pay - CNET

The last thing you want to worry about after losing an Apple device is someone buying stuff with your Apple Pay account.

5 of the best knitting projects for newbie crafters on YouTube

When we spend so much of our time online, we’re bound to learn something while clicking and scrolling. Discover something new with Mashable’s series   I learned it on the internet. As a lifelong crafting cynic, I never thought I’d knit anything . But at 10 months into the coronavirus pandemic, I can proudly say I am now a bona fide knitter — up to my elbows in a hobby I love with tons of finished projects I actually enjoy.  For years, when it came to crafting, everything from friendship bracelets to modeling clay eluded me. I’d watch tutorials, pick up supplies at the store, and set about recreating projects the internet told me were “easy” — only to end those endeavors confused and frustrated a few hours later.  Read more... More about Youtube , Knitting , I Learned It On The Internet , Culture , and Web Culture

Menstrual cups and discs: What do you need to know, and which is right for you?

If you`re like 98 percent of people who menstruate  in the U.S., you probably use disposable tampons, pads, or a combination of the two . (This assumes, of course, that your state doesn`t make it difficult or impossible to afford either product, given that 30 states currently tax tampons and pads ).  But have you considered a menstrual cup or menstrual disc ? Both collect blood rather than absorb it like tampons and pads do. And, unlike disposable tampons and pads, menstrual cups are often reusable. In fact, you can use them for up to 10 years, especially if you wash and sanitize your cup after each period.  Read more... More about Social Good , Periods , Menstrual Cups , Social Good , and Health

SpaceX Plans Record-Breaking Launch With 143 Satellites

SpaceX plans to launch the most satellites ever deployed in a single mission, 143, on Saturday morning from Florida for more than a dozen customers. UPI reports: A 2017 mission by the India Space Research Organization launched 104 spacecraft, which would be the previous record if the SpaceX launch is a success. Liftoff aboard a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station is planned for at 9:40 a.m. EST, but could come up to 42 minutes later in case of a problem. The Transporter-1 mission is the first in a series of regularly scheduled SpaceX rideshare projects for multiple customers. SpaceX also plans to carry 10 of its Starlink communications satellites on this mission. "The Starlink satellites aboard this mission will be the first in the constellation to deploy to a polar orbit," according to the SpaceX mission description. Polar orbits circle the globe by passing over the North Pole and South Pole, while many satellites circle above equatorial regions. Houston-based space firm Nanoracks is acting as a broker to arrange some customers for the launch, said Tristan Prejean, a mission manager at Nanoracks. Nanoracks` two customers for Transporter-1 are two satellite companies, California-based Spire Global and Montreal-based GHGSat. Spire launches fleets of small satellites that monitor weather and patterns for shipping for aviation interests. GHGSat monitors industrial emissions of gasses from space -- especially greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change. Read more of this story at Slashdot.

Phil Mickelson made 18 pars in a round for first time in his career

Phil Mickelson has had a lot of historic moments in his career, but this latest feat came Friday in The American Express in La Quinta, Calif. — on a day he missed the cut. Mickelson, who has won five majors and 44 PGA Tour events in his illustrious career, made 18 pars for the first...

Dustin Diamond Wonders if He Got Cancer from Cheap Hotels

Dustin Diamond`s cancer diagnosis has been hard for him to deal with emotionally ... and it has him questioning how this happened to him. The "Saved by the Bell" star`s rep tells TMZ ... Dustin`s struggling to come to terms with having the type of…

Boulder extending business recovery program

Boulder on Thursday announced that it will extend its business recovery program through Oct. 31, or until emergency orders limiting indoor dining capacity are lifted.

Longmont church co-pastor speaks at 59th Inaugural National Prayer Service

Boulder County-based the Rev. Dr. Paula Stone Williams was the only Coloradan clergy member selected to speak Thursday at the 59th Inaugural National Prayer Service.

MCC CACE launches Reflections in Nature painting exhibit

Morgan Community College’s Center for Arts and Community Enrichment (CACE) is beginning the new year with a painting exhibit featuring artist Christopher Nuernberger. The exhibit launched Jan. 21, 2021 at the CACE Gallery of Fine Art located at 300 Main St., Fort Morgan and remains open through Feb. 23, 2021. Christopher Nuernberger is a Colorado […]

Chilling Notes Left by Mom Who Shot Five Children Dead Then Herself

first was titled "To Whomever Finds This First", and contained three phone numbers. "To whomever finds this first. You`ll need to call Brian Brian Bumgarner. He is husband and father. You`ll need to call Raven, for she is mother of Shaun and Riley. If someone would please call my mother. Tell her I`m sorry, this is no one`s fault but my own. My demons won over me and there`s no going back. So sorry I wasn`t strong enough. Thank you. XOXO, OAM." The second was titled "My Confession". "I had shot all of the boys in the head. I had set house on fire. I had shot myself in the head. I`m sorry. Mental health is serious. I hope one day someone will help others like me. Mental health is not to joke about or taken lightly. When someone begs, pleads, cries out for help, please help them. You just might save a life or more lives. Thank you, OAM." The third note was titled "Will", but Sheriff Sloan did not read it aloud; he did however note it was signed OAM, beside what appeared to be a bloody fingerprint. On the floorboard of the car a fourth note was found in a separate baggie, addressed to her husband. "XOXO. I`m so sorry Brian. I was not strong enough for you or this family. My head is so (expletive). I`m sorry for my evil crime. I was not strong enough to fight these demons, snap. crunch, boom, ssshhh. So depressed. Heart numb. Soul completely shattered. I am sorry I failed you. I am sorry I failed our handsome boys. I am so sorry I was not strong enough. OAM." It was also signed with a bloody fingerprint. ..

How to Make Your Clients Feel Valued

An essential part of maintaining clients and nurturing your customer relationships is making a client feel valued. When they feel valued, a client is more likely to choose you in the future, and as your [...] This post How to Make Your Clients Feel Valued previously appeared on North Forty News .

Fremont County residents report fraudulent unemployment claims received in mail

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment says that with the rise in unemployment insurance claims associated with COVID-19, nationally there has been a rise in fraudulent claims and other instances of fraud or identity theft. Some residents in Fremont County have been receiving a U.S. Bank ReliaCard and fraudulent unemployment claim forms in the […]

LASD Being Investigated For Alleged Pattern Of ‘Unconstitutional Policing’

A civil rights investigation has been opened by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to determine if the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department has acted unconstitutionally in its policing. A press release from the California Department of Justice, Friday, said the investigation was prompted by allegations that LASD have used “excessive force, retaliation, and other misconduct.” “Those […] The post LASD Being Investigated For Alleged Pattern Of ‘Unconstitutional Policing’ appeared first on LA Weekly .

VIDEO of the WEEK: Slow down and watch the waters in RMNP flow

This slow motion video was shot by Michael May just off the trail to Emerald Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Morning Motivation (21 Photos)

People who are motivated by achievement desire to improve skills and prove their competency to themselves and others. It can be an internal desire to strive for personal accomplishment or a search for positive feedback or recognition from others. If you’re motivated by achievement and recognition from others, tie your goals to something personal like … The post Morning Motivation (21 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .

National Guard allowed back into capitol after being evicted to a parking garage

Tyler Durden | National Guardsmen have been allowed back into the Capitol Complex after outrage erupted over their Thursday eviction to nearby parking garages. The post National Guard allowed back into capitol after being evicted to a parking garage appeared first on Intellihub .

The new front line for ‘water protectors’

The week of Joe Biden’s inauguration began with the news that he planned to rescind approval for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office, as part of his commitment to address climate change. For more than a decade, environmentalists and indigenous groups have fought the project, intended to carry 830,000 barrels […] The post The new front line for ‘water protectors’ appeared first on Boulder Weekly .