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1.Coal-rich Indiana is going solar. It's not easy

Coal-reliant Indiana has emerged as an unlikely solar energy hot spot, with more new capacity seeking interconnection than ...

From : E&E

2.Arab American Hassan Nijem named by Maria Pappas as Deputy Treasurer community liaison

Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas presents her new informational brochure in Arabic with community leaders on Sunday morning ...

From : Suburban Chicagoland Online News

3.NCDHHS extends open enrollment for Medicaid Managed Care through Friday

RALEIGH — The open enrollment period for NC Medicaid Managed Care has been extended through Friday. This extension will not ...

From : Robesonian

4.Motorcycle crash sends retired Judge Floyd and his wife to hospital

LUMBERTON — A retired Robeson County judge is now home and recovering from injuries suffered in a Tuesday motorcycle crash ...

From : Robesonian

5.Carson City non-profit eases food insecurity burden with mobile, drive-through food trucks

Food insecurity and poverty is an increasing problem in the United States, and has been exacerbated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Feeding America, a national non-profit with a ...

From : Carson Now

6.Carson City COVID-19 Transition Plan begins today, May 6, removes occupancy limits for businesses

Cities and townships throughout Nevada have now been allowed to create their own COVID-19 transition plans, and Carson City has followed suit with the Restore Carson City transition plan. According to ...

From : Carson Now

Wikipedia sayings about which state was established in 1803 as part of the northwest ordinances?

1.Northwest Indian War

St. Clair The Northwest Indian War (1785–1795), also known as the Ohio War, Little Turtle's War, and by other names, was a war between the United States

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northwest Indian War

2.History of slavery in Indiana

legalized. In 1803 Harrison asked Congress to suspend the anti-slavery clause of the Northwest Ordinance for ten years. Harrison claimed it was necessary

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History of slavery in Indiana