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Preeminent professor of flamenco retiring from UNM after 43 years » Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — There is no before and after for University of New Mexico professor Eva Encinias. There’s only always. Eva Encinias conducts a flamenco class for kids at the Tierra Adentro Charter School in 2014. She …

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Retired Maine newspaperman still chronicling his community with bestselling zine

BRUNSWICK, Maine — Jim McCarthy is an old newspaper man. For more than 30 years, McCarthy did it all — from beat reporter, to editorial writer, to executive editor at a Maine daily. He even helped stuff fliers into fat Thanksgiving papers, rolling hot off the presses, when extra hands were needed for those coupon-heavy …

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Dallas Cowboys rumors: La’el Collins’ agent denied rumors that his client will be retiring

It’s been a full week since the confetti dropped after Super Bowl LV, but the Dallas Cowboys have been off since the regular season ended as they did not make the playoffs. Things were dark from the jump in the 2020 season for America’s Team and only got worse as players like Dak Prescott and …

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Kiplinger’s Personal Finance: Getting your retirement savings back on track | Business News

Similarly, although the CARES Act gives you six years instead of five to repay a 401(k) loan, the sooner you repay it, the sooner you’ll be in a position to take advantage of market gains on a bigger balance. Even if you avoided taking a hardship withdrawal or loan, you may have stopped contributing to …

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Retired Stamford Fire Cpt. Donald Corrigan passes away

News 12 Staff Feb 13, 2021, 6:34pm EST Updated on:Feb 13, 2021, 6:34pm EST The Stamford Fire Department announced Saturday night retired Cpt. Donald Corrigan has died. He was 70 years old. The Stamford native he served the city for nearly 40 years until he retired in 2016. His funeral is set for Monday.

College Place group home BriTon House to close with owner’s retirement | Strictly Business

BriTon House Inc., a therapeutic group home serving medically complex children in College Place, has announced its closure with owner Judith Krantz retiring after 28 years. Krantz said 139 children have been cared for at a BriTon House facility since she started the business in 1993. “It’s sad, but it’s time,” she said. Krantz has …

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Kenosha Police Chief announces retirement after 25 years, community reacts

KENOSHA — Kenosha Police Chief, Daniel Miskinis, has announced that after 25 with the department he’ll be retiring in a little more than two months. “We are going to miss his leadership for quite a long time,” said Kenosha Common Council President, David Bogdala. In a recent email, Kenosha Police Chief Daniel Miskinis announced that …

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Ohio Northern University President Dan DiBiasio to retire

ADA — Ohio Northern University President Daniel A. DiBiasio has announced his upcoming retirement. DiBiasio’s retirement will take effect June 20, according to a news release. The 71-year-old was hired in August 2011 as ONU’s 11th president. In a letter to the campus community DiBiasio indicated that his stewardship here “has been — and for …

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COVID-19 pandemic driving CA teachers into early retirement

The coronavirus pandemic is driving many teachers in California into early retirement, according to an assessment by the state’s teacher pension system. More than 3,200 teachers in California retired in the second half of 2020. That’s a more than 25 percent increase over the same period the previous year. “Sixty-two percent of those surveyed retired …

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