Mdusd Hosting Discussion Tuesday On Plans For Next School Year

Andreas Milano

Mt. Diablo Unified School District is hosting an online meeting Tuesday to discuss plans for the upcoming school year.

The district reopened schools to students in late March for the first time in more than a year after shutting down at the start of the pandemic, but in a limited hybrid model of distance learning in the morning and a couple of days per week on campus in the afternoon for students whose families chose that option.

The district and its teachers’ union Mt. Diablo Education Association issued a joint statement last month saying the plan is to return to

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Dreamers Company to host Mission Washington again | Local News

Andreas Milano

The Dreamers Company plans on hosting Mission Washington this year, after the weeklong community service project for middle and high school students was modified last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

From June 20 to 25, the Dreamers hope to have about 100 volunteers help get community projects done, especially in the city’s 7th Ward. They plan to stay that week in dorms at Washington & Jefferson College, like they used to before the pandemic.

“They are hosting people on campus again this summer,” said Aaron Miller, one of the founders of the Dreamers Company. “We always used to do

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Casper Area MPO hosting open house at Gruner Brothers for ‘Public Participation Plan’

Andreas Milano

A bicyclist crosses the street at Second and Conwell near the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. (Dan Cepeda, Oil City)

CASPER, Wyo. — The Casper Area Metropolitan Planning Organization will be hosting an open house to review their draft “Public Participation Plan” starting at 5 pm Wednesday, April 28 at Gruner Brothers Brewing.

“The Open House will include interactive activities to gather input on new engagement tools and strategies for future MPO projects,” the Casper Area MPO said on Tuesday. “The MPO is planning to live stream the presentation via Facebook Live from

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5 sure ways of killing your ecommerce website

Andreas Milano

Back in the day, becoming a store owner was a pretty big deal. You had to rent/buy a suitable place, set up a storefront, deal with suppliers, employees, clients – more than enough to keep you busy every day.

But then the World Wide Web happened…

The internet didn’t take long to open an ocean of opportunities for entrepreneurs from all over the world. Setting up an online shop eliminated most of the hassle and investments associated with traditional brick-and-mortar stores. What’s more, you were no longer bound to your physical location – anyone across the world could become your

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How to migrate from shared hosting to VPS

Andreas Milano

The majority of hosting clients start their first online experience on a shared server plan. That’s less than surprising, considering this is the most affordable option to launch a website, one that easily accommodates startup projects for both individuals and businesses.

But as your website grows and attracts more visitors, naturally, there comes a time for an upgrade.

The market is not shy of possible solutions – VPS, dedicated servers, cloud services. Still, unless some very specific needs arise, virtual servers are the next logical step in your hosting journey.

Before we take a closer look at

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Olympic hosting plans in tatters, Sport News & Top Stories

Andreas Milano

TOKYO • Hundreds of Japanese towns and cities have been forced to rethink plans to host Olympic teams because the coronavirus will prevent public appearances and require costly safety measures.

The western town of Okuizumo spent more than US$5 million (S$6.6 million) preparing to welcome India’s hockey team for a pre-Games training camp, only to scrap the visit because of Covid-19.

After sinking money into upgrading sports facilities, Okuizomo baulked when it became clear it would have to provide bio-secure measures in a bubble with regular virus tests and medical care.

“We wanted to have one of the world’s top-tier

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