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BERKELEY, Calif., June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The COVID-19 pandemic has made it clear that technology literacy and access has become more crucial than ever before. Unfortunately, 22 million older adults (ages 65 and above) in the United States do not have broadband access at home, preventing the use of digital resources for health and social support. CITRIS Health, an organization dedicated to advancing the well-being of older adults and family caregivers with enabling technology, is testing solutions to address inequities in access to telehealth and internet services for low-income seniors and is now releasing resources to allow others to implement similar systems for seniors in their community.

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The Art Guild of the Delta announced the 2021 Excellence in Arts Scholarship award recipients. Four $500 awards were presented.

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CARBONDALE — Southern Illinois offensive lineman ZeVeyon Furcron is one of nine finalists for a prestigious postgraduate scholarship that is awarded annually by the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association. A graduate student and All-Conference guard, Furcron was also among 54 individuals named to the FCS ADA Academic All-Star team on Thursday.

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In front of the third record crowd in as many days, Missouri softball saw its season wither away at the hands of James Madison. The Dukes took the decisive third game of the Columbia Super Regional 7-2, advancing to their first-ever Women‘s College World Series.

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Eric Maddox poses for a portrait with his math teacher, Naji Samra, at Daniel Webster High School on Friday, May 21, 2021.

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Daniel Webster High School on Friday, May 21, 2021.