Businesses offer help as problems remain in Texas from winter storm – Yahoo News

GeekWire The longtime president of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos Blue Origin space venture, Rob Meyerson, will be joining the board of directors for another pioneering space company in connection with a $130 million funding round. Texas-based Axiom Space says the fresh funding will boost its effort to build the worlds first commercial space station, starting as early as 2024.

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Wet Start To The Weekend – Yahoo News

GeekWire The longtime president of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos Blue Origin space venture, Rob Meyerson, will be joining the board of directors for another pioneering space company in connection with a $130 million funding round. Texas-based Axiom Space says the fresh funding will boost its effort to build the worlds first commercial space station, starting as early as 2024. The Series B funding round was led by London-based C5 Capital, which focuses on cybersecurity and related sectors.

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FIDE resumes the Candidates Tournament – Chessbase News

Press release by FIDE The Candidates Tournament, the biennial 8-player event that decides who will be the Challenger for the World Chess Championship title, will resume on the 19th of April in Yekaterinburg, Russia. This double round-robin tournament kicked off on March 16, 2020. However, it had to be abruptly stopped 11 days later when the Russian government announced the closure of air traffic with other countries, amid a rapidly escalating coronavirus pandemic

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02/18/2021: Another round of snow to end the week – NEWS10 ABC

Pregnant woman takes part in nationwide vaccine study / 6 hours ago North Country Report: The Great Escape lays out opening dates, safety plansTop Stories / 12 hours ago K&A Engineering partners with RPI to train students on power grids and artificial intelligenceTop Stories / 12 hours ago Gillibrand comments on nursing home investigationTop Stories / 13 hours ago Pandemic Impact on Rural SchoolsTop Stories / 12 hours ago Amsterdam's Dylan Lane reprises role as 'Chain Reaction' game show hostTop Stories / 13 hours ago Albany County EMS vaccinate homebound seniorsTop Stories / 13 hours ago NYS Senate proposal would limit Governors emergency powersTop Stories / 12 hours ago History in Bronze: Albany's NipperTop Stories / 15 hours ago Gov. Cuomo: Nursing home visitation set to resume, students deserve in-person learning (full briefing) February 19, 2021News / 15 hours ago NYRA releases Saratoga Race Course stakes scheduleTop Stories / 13 hours ago NY Senator Gillibrand calls for more funds to help low-income families with heat billsTop Stories / 12 hours ago

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KELOLAND On The Go Thursday, February 18 Toggle header content – KELOLAND.com

KELOLAND On The Go Thursday, February 18 Easley's three-pointer gives SDSU Men win over NDSU Jackrabbit Women battle past injuries to beat Bison Mors' 33 paces second-ranked Yankton past No. 4 Mitchell Libis moves up scoring list as Cardinals roll past Baltic Brandon Valley, Harrisburg dominate Region 2A Wrestling meet Diversity and representation in the classroom Mild flu season in South Dakota so far has only seen two deaths New Sioux Falls apartment permits bring record January growth Update: Teen victim in head-on crash now awake and responding Mental health issues are more prevalent than you think, especially during a pandemic Expect winter fog into Saturday morning Family Gras at Washington Pavilion

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More protests in Spain over jailing of rapper – Yahoo News

The Telegraph A man who killed his wife has been handed a five year jail sentence after a court heard his anxiety had been "heightened" by lockdown. Anthony Williams, 70, told police he "literally choked the living daylights" out of his wife Ruth, 67, at their home in Cwmbran, south Wales, on the morning of March 28 last year, after he "snapped" following a period of feeling depressed and anxious. Williams was cleared of murder on Monday following a trial in which a psychologist argued his anxiety "was heightened" because of lockdown, which impaired his ability to exercise self-control

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Training young dogs walking this way and that is a gift these days – Minneapolis Star Tribune

Common belief suggests most of us are being held hostage by the pandemic and are slumped in our basements awaiting the all-clear signal. Yet if this were true, freeways wouldn't be packed and resorts Up North wouldn't already be hanging No Vacancy signs out for the fishing opener. I was thinking about this the other day and also about Newton's first law of motion.

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