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Judge rules Santa Cruz not obligated to provide clean water to UCSC North Campus – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — A judge has sided with Santa Cruz city officials’ assertion that it is not obligated to provide water service to match future expansion at UC Santa Cruz. The Aug. 30 decision by Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge Timothy Volkmann stems from a breach of contract lawsuit filed against the city in …

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Inflation forces Arizona schools to scramble to pay for student meals

Lily Altavena/Cronkite NewsAfter two years in which COVID-19 relief funds helped pay for free meals for all students, school districts find themselves this fall trying to deliver meals with less support and much higher prices than previously, due to inflation. X To see the real impact of inflation, you can consult the extensive data provided …

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Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream pushes to make 2,000 gallons of treats per week picked up at 13 locations – Orlando Sentinel

Connor and Courtney Bishop take their 5-year-old son to Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream almost weekly for the store’s blue “Cookie Monster” ice cream. The Bishop family visits Kelly’s original store on Corrine Drive, which opened in 2015, but there are now 13 locations across Florida where families can get Kelly’s treats. “Every flavor is great, …

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