Computer Class Offered to Deaf Community in UH-Maui College-MEO Collaboration

Mikey Tomita watches a PowerPoint and asks a lot of questions at the Digital Readiness Basic Computer class held at UH-Maui College on June 21, Monday. Image courtesy of Maui Economic Opportunity, Inc.

Nine deaf members of the Maui Independent Living Center learned how to open email, use a mouse and refrain from data banking at free Wi-Fi hotspots. This was accomplished with the help of two sign language interpreters and lots of visuals – during a special basic computer class at UH-Maui College on Monday, June 21.

The three-hour Digital Readiness Basic Computer Class, which was offered for free

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British travel industry urges swifter reopening of sector | News, Sports, Jobs

People who work in the UK aviation and travel industry take part in a ‘Travel Day of Action’ protest across the street from the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, June 23, 2021. The protest on Wednesday was attended by people from across the UK aviation and travel industry calling on the British government to safely reopen international travel for the peak summer season to protect travel jobs and businesses amidst Britain’s widely praised rollout of coronavirus vaccines. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

LONDON (AP) — The U.K.’s travel industry held a

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what to do and what not to do

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – Look around your neighborhood, we’re sure you’re seeing it – home projects big and small.

Plenty of people are planning out home improvement and landscaping projects.

Right now, contractors are swamped.

WBTV is on your side investigating what you need to know before signing a home improvement contract.

“It was going to be my garage for my vehicles,” said Shelby homeowner Chuck Maskell.

Many homeowners have big expectations for their home improvement projects.

Maskell put down a $2,000 deposit, but the project was never started.

In another recent example, Ayesha Hayman received a new septic tank

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WKU math professor in top 15 for Ms. Health & Fitness 2021

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – UPDATE: Michelle Jones is now in the top ten for Ms. Health & Fitness 2021. Voting ends Thursday, July 1 at 9:00 pm CST here.


Math professors are good with numbers. These days a WKU math professor is focusing her attention on the numbers that indicate how much weight she’s lifting.

Michelle Jones is competing for Ms. Health & Fitness 2021.

Jones, who’s 53 years old and a mother of two, said she connected with a coach and nutritionist back in January. She officially began training February 1 and competed in her first

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Victoria Beckham Resort 2022 Collection

Victoria Beckham is merging her two lines into one affordable brand. “We’ve spoken so much over the last 18 months about our wardrobe, how we want to shop, how we want to spend, and there’s a real sweet spot there,” she said on a video call from her Dover Street store in London. “If I was going shopping, I wouldn’t know where I’d go to get really desirable clothes at an affordable price point.” The new brand, which amalgamates her pricey ‘Victoria Beckham’ line with her accessible diffusion line, ‘Victoria, Victoria Beckham,’ will cut the designer’s former price point by

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