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Texas school shooter killed 19 children, 2 adults in a single classroom

Finger Lakes Times 25 May 2022
UVALDE, Texas — A gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school in one of the deadliest school massacres in U.S ... The massacre in the predominantly working-class Latino city of about 16,000 people, roughly 50 miles from the Mexico border, involved the most fatalities of any U.S.
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Texas school shooting: All 19 children, 2 adults killed in single classroom

The Los Angeles Times 25 May 2022
A gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school in one of the deadliest school massacres in U.S ... The massacre in the predominantly working-class Latino city of about 16,000 people, roughly 50 miles from the Mexico border, involved the most fatalities of any U.S.
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Texas gunman: ‘I’m going to shoot an elementary school’

Finger Lakes Times 25 May 2022
UVALDE, Texas — A gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school in one of the deadliest school massacres in U.S ... “I’m going to shoot an elementary school.” ... The massacre in the predominantly working-class Latino city of about 16,000 people, roughly 50 miles from the Mexico border, involved the most fatalities of any U.S.
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Gunman Kills at Least 21, Including 19 Children, at Texas Elementary School

New York Magazine 25 May 2022
Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday ... It was one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S ... Tuesday, a gunman opened fire inside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde — a small working-class, majority-Latino town of about 15,200 residents that is 80 miles west of San Antonio, about halfway between the city and the U.S.-Mexico border.
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Richard Heydecker, 88

The Sun Chronicle 17 May 2022
He was the son of the late Claire (Enright) and William Creagh Heydecker Jr., and the grandnephew of Richard Enright, police commissioner of New York City. Richard was born on June 30, 1933 in New York City, but was fortunate to have been able to travel to many countries during school leaves, including most of Europe, Mexico, and Cuba.
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New Mexico wildfire: Huge blaze could worsen this weekend

BBC News 08 May 2022
A fire that is already the second biggest in New Mexico's history could worsen this weekend as windy and dry conditions hit the US state ... Restaurants and grocery stores in Las Vegas, a New Mexico city of 13,000 people, have been closed, while schools have either closed or moved to remote-only options.
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Today’s obituary: James ‘Jamie’ Mathews was a state trooper and Skaneateles town justice

The Post-Standard 05 May 2022
Updated. May. 05, 2022, 1.10 p.m. Published. May. 05, 2022, 12.15 p.m. James "Jamie" Mathews died April 28. By Sharon Dellinger ... Mathews was born in Syracuse and graduated from Central Technical High School in 1961. He attended the University of the Americas in Mexico City, Mexico and attended the New York State Police Academy ... She said ... ....
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New Mexico governor seeking US disaster status for wildfire

Hickory Record 04 May 2022
In the small northeastern New Mexico city of Las Vegas, residents were already voicing concerns about grocery stores being closed as some people chose to leave ahead of the flames even though evacuations had not been ordered ... Schools in the community canceled classes at least through Wednesday ... Montoya Bryan reported from Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Live updates | Ukrainians wait in Mexico City for US entry

Ravalli Republic 04 May 2022
MEXICO CITY — Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees are camping out in Mexico City and waiting for the U.S ... Others arrived at airports in Mexico City or Cancun ... Hundreds entered Mexico daily as tourists in Mexico City or Cancun and flew to Tijuana to wait for a few days to be admitted to the U.S.
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Blaze grows by 34K acres, but crews keep it at bay

Albuquerque Journal 03 May 2022
Officials issued mandatory evacuation orders Monday morning for the west fringes of Las Vegas, just west of the evacuation shelter at the old Memorial Middle School ... New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas City Schools and West Las Vegas Schools have all canceled classes through Wednesday ... New Mexico state Sen.
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New Mexico wildfire prompts call for US disaster declaration

Omaha World-Herald 03 May 2022
She vowed to get them help, but residents in the small northeastern New Mexico city of Las Vegas were already voicing concerns about grocery stores being closed as some people chose to leave ahead of the flames even though evacuations had not been ordered ... New Mexico was in the bull's eye for the nation's latest wave of hot, dry and windy weather.
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AP News Summary at 12:46 a.m. EDT

Winona Daily News 03 May 2022
Ukrainian refugees at camp in Mexico City await US action. MEXICO CITY (AP) — On a dusty field on the east side of Mexico’s sprawling capital, some 500 Ukrainian refugees are waiting in large tents under a searing sun for the United States government to tell them they can come.
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5 onion recipes to add to your kitchen repertoire

Napa Valley Register 02 May 2022
Tejeda, who we first met in our Grapefruit issue, was born in Mexico City, Mexico, then moved to San Antonio during junior high school ... Cheddar, onion and sausage scones. .

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