Monthly Archives: December 2021

Chicago Atlantic Real Estate Finance, Inc. (NASDAQ: REFI) Announces Quarterly Dividend | national

CHICAGO, December 31, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Chicago Atlantic Real Estate Finance, Inc. (“REFI” or “the Company”), a leading institutional lender to government licensed cannabis operators, announced today hui that its Board of Directors declared a quarterly dividend for the quarter ending December 31, 2021 of $ 0.26 per common …

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Football meteorology for 2021 NFL week 17

Last week: 11-5 straight ahead, not bad considering the turbulent week. 149-88 for the season. For the first time in league history, week 17 is not the last week of the regular season. With all of the COVID-19 problems hitting so many teams and with varying levels of motivation to …

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Miami Hurricanes Among South Florida’s Several Greatest Sports Stories 2022

The Miami Hurricanes were among the greatest sports stories in South Florida in 2021, according to the Miami Herald. Miami sacked former head coach Manny Diaz and appointed Mario Cristobal as his replacement for the football program Top sports history of the year in South Florida. The Miami soccer team …

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Assam, Meghalaya, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh experience rain and thunderstorms | The Weather Channel – Article by The Weather Channel

Here is our current weather forecast for India Nationwide 5-day forecast Strong northeast winds at lower elevations over the coast of Tamilnadu and the adjacent south coast of Andhra Pradesh and a cyclonic circulation over the southwestern Gulf of Bengal off the Sri Lankan coast in the mid-troposphere will lead …

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Single mother of eleven children struggles to survive after Typhoon “Odette”

GILDA Marikit’s home was badly damaged when typhoon “Odette” lashed Cebu on the night of December 16, but the single mother of 11 said on Wednesday that she had not received any form of emergency aid from the government. Neither water, food, clothing, nor tents. Marikit, 40, and her family …

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Graduates Can Save More Money Than Ever As Fixed Student Loan Refinance Rates Hit All-Time High

Fixed student loan refinancing rates set a new record during the week of December 13, meaning borrowers have the ability to lower their monthly payments, pay off loans faster, and save more money. on their university debt. (iStock) Fixed student loan refinancing rates have fallen to a new high, giving …

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Brutal cold sets in over several days, warns the meteorologist

The deep frost that settled in Winnipeg on Tuesday night was not a problem for Dallas Jones and her children. While many chose to stay inside and wait for the extreme cold warning, Jones, a mother of three, packed herself and two of her young children together and went on …

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Skanska loses federal lawsuit for damage from Hurricane Sally Barge: NorthEscambia.com

Skanska USA has lost a federal lawsuit for damage from multiple barges during Hurricane Sally. The decision made by Judge Lacey A. Collier on Wednesday states that Skanska has acted negligently and cannot limit liability under a law of the sea. The arrangement allows state lawsuits to seek financial assistance …

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Wednesday morning has a few showers and storms, as we see severe weather potential later today | Top stories

In front of the door this morning we are unusually warm again, in the upper 60s to 70s. Our struggle of the last few days continues between high pressure, some parts of low pressure and some fronts. This has given our area a diverse cloud cover and now and then …

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US expands additional P950-M aid to Typhoon Odette survivors

MANILA, Philippines – The United States is sending an additional 950 million pesos in humanitarian aid to survivors of Typhoon Odette. In a statement on Wednesday, the U.S. embassy in Manila said the additional aid provided through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide food aid, water, sanitation …

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