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Business Insider
176 homes were destroyed in the largest wildfire in Washington state historyweather and lighter winds, authorities said. "We're making headway," said Bern
176 homes were destroyed in the largest wildfire in Washington state history
Business Insider / Posted an hour ago
weather and lighter winds, authorities said. "We're making headway," said Bernie Pineda, a spokesman for the command center managing more than 1,200 firefighters assigned to the blaze. "But it's not done yet." At least 305,000 acres have... Read more
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North Platte Bulletin
Patients move into new hospital towerhospital has been growing by leaps and bounds for a half-dozen years, adding de
Patients move into new hospital tower
North Platte Bulletin / Posted 2 hours ago
hospital has been growing by leaps and bounds for a half-dozen years, adding departments, increasing levels of critical care, adding more services and personnel. Five years ago, Great Plains employed 792 people. Today it employs more... Read more
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The New Yorker
Inside the Salem Witch Trialsto worship “with more purity and less peril than they could do in the country w
Inside the Salem Witch Trials
The New Yorker / Posted 6 hours ago
to worship “with more purity and less peril than they could do in the country where they were,” as a clergyman at the center of the crisis later explained. On a providential mission, they hoped to begin history anew; they had the advantage of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Largest wildfire in Washington state history claims 176 homesweather and lighter winds, authorities said. "We're making headway," said Bern
Largest wildfire in Washington state history claims 176 homes
Calgary Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
weather and lighter winds, authorities said. "We're making headway," said Bernie Pineda, a spokesman for the command center managing more than 1,200 firefighters assigned to the blaze. "But it's not done yet." At least 305,000 acres have... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Largest wildfire in Washington State history claims 176 homesweather and lighter winds, authorities said. “We’re making headway,” said Bern
Largest wildfire in Washington State history claims 176 homes
Eye Witness News / Posted 6 hours ago
weather and lighter winds, authorities said. “We’re making headway,” said Bernie Pineda, a spokesman for the command center managing more than 1,200 firefighters assigned to the blaze. “But it’s not done yet.” At least 305,000 acres have... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Healthy Beginnings child screenings Sept. 11 in RedmondWill their smile last a lifetime and can they hear and see okay? Health and dev
Healthy Beginnings child screenings Sept. 11 in Redmond
KTVZ Bend / Posted 11 hours ago
Will their smile last a lifetime and can they hear and see okay? Health and development from birth through age five is critical to your child’s success. Healthy Beginnings can help you answer these questions and more. On Friday, September 11th... Read more
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The Christian Post
Mother Who Gives Birth to Conjoined Twins Gives Glory to God Even After One Baby Dies in Surgeryhave taken us this far which is a very long ways already with all things consid
Mother Who Gives Birth to Conjoined Twins Gives Glory to God Even After One Baby Dies in Surgery
The Christian Post / Posted 12 hours ago
have taken us this far which is a very long ways already with all things considered." The surviving twin, Hannah, is in "critical but stable" condition in the neonatal intensive-care unit as medical teams provide care for her cognition, jaundice,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Tests help shed light on autism genetics(Reuters Health) - Advances in genetic testing may eventually allow for more ta
Tests help shed light on autism genetics
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 hours ago
(Reuters Health) - Advances in genetic testing may eventually allow for more tailored care for people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), researchers say. "Ultimately, what we want to do is subcategorize different forms of autism so we can give... Read more
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FOX Carolina
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenlyyears SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenly
FOX Carolina / Posted 12 hours ago
years SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an outpatient care center.More > SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenlyyears SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenly
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 12 hours ago
years SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an outpatient care center.More > SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenlyyears SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis
'The Boss,' popular St. Louis Zoo gorilla, dies suddenly
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 13 hours ago
years SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an outpatient care center.More > SSM Health plans to spend $500 million to replace the aging Saint Louis University Hospital, and build an... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Union Mine football player remains in critical conditionsaid. “There is no clear indication of a time frame at present.” Nancy Turner,
Union Mine football player remains in critical condition
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 hours ago
said. “There is no clear indication of a time frame at present.” Nancy Turner, spokeswoman for Sutter Roseville Medical Center, said Brown remains in critical condition in intensive care at the hospital. Brown had brain surgery Friday night... Read more
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Tri-Town News
How to get the most from your next emergency room visitsports/recreation accidents. From watching medical programs on TV, you might as
How to get the most from your next emergency room visit
Tri-Town News / Posted 15 hours ago
sports/recreation accidents. From watching medical programs on TV, you might assume ER patients arrive at the hospital in critical condition, often as the result of outlandish medical scenarios. In fact, most ER cases are not life-threatening.At... Read more
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News Transcript
How to get the most from your next emergency room visitsports/recreation accidents. From watching medical programs on TV, you might as
How to get the most from your next emergency room visit
News Transcript / Posted 15 hours ago
sports/recreation accidents. From watching medical programs on TV, you might assume ER patients arrive at the hospital in critical condition, often as the result of outlandish medical scenarios. In fact, most ER cases are not lifethreatening. At... Read more
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News Transcript
CentraState’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Program earns reaccreditationThe Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO) Therapy Program at The Central Jersey Wound Treatme
CentraState’s Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Program earns reaccreditation
News Transcript / Posted 15 hours ago
The Hyperbaric Oxygen (HBO) Therapy Program at The Central Jersey Wound Treatment Center at CentraState Medical Center has recently received Hyperbaric Facility reaccreditation by The Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society (UHMS).This accreditation... Read more
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The Maui News
Hospital partnership to be discussed on LanaiA meeting to gather input on the public-private partnership involving Maui Memo
Hospital partnership to be discussed on Lanai
The Maui News / Posted 15 hours ago
A meeting to gather input on the public-private partnership involving Maui Memorial Medical Center and Kula and Lanai Community hospitals will be held from 5 to 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at the Lanai Senior Center. The meeting is being called by the... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
Dallas Weight Loss Surgeon Manuel E. Castro, MD Joins Kim Bariatric InstituteResidency in General Surgery at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan.
Dallas Weight Loss Surgeon Manuel E. Castro, MD Joins Kim Bariatric Institute
citybizlist Dallas / Posted 16 hours ago
Residency in General Surgery at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Pontiac, Michigan. He later completed a Fellowship in Surgical Critical Care at the University of Minnesota Hospitals and Clinics in Minneapolis. In addition to his many years as a... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Meet Morgan County's new teachersLincoln High School, as well as helping out at other schools throughout the dis
Meet Morgan County's new teachers
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 17 hours ago
Lincoln High School, as well as helping out at other schools throughout the district as needed. Curtis has experience in critical care and trauma nursing, as well as working in hospital intensive care units. She holds a bachelor of science in... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Mom of conjoined twins shares details of heartache, loveonly a single ventricle. On her GoFundMe page, the 31-year-old McCullough writ
Mom of conjoined twins shares details of heartache, love
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
only a single ventricle. On her GoFundMe page, the 31-year-old McCullough writes that her surviving daughter, Hannah, is "critical but stable. She lost her whole blood volume three times over during the surgery." McCullough said Hannah's heart... Read more
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Doctors Health Press
Study Reveals Kids with Specific Gene Who Read Often Are More Likely to Develop Nearsightednessreading when they were children have no additional risk of being nearsighted.
Study Reveals Kids with Specific Gene Who Read Often Are More Likely to Develop Nearsightedness
Doctors Health Press / Posted 18 hours ago
reading when they were children have no additional risk of being nearsighted. Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center in New York analyzed data from approximately 14,000 people before reaching this conclusion. The team points out that... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Tulsa's Pothole Problem And What's Being Done To Fix Ithow bad Tulsa streets are. "Well the first thing I think about is all the cons
Tulsa's Pothole Problem And What's Being Done To Fix It
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 18 hours ago
how bad Tulsa streets are. "Well the first thing I think about is all the construction that's being done right now to take care of it," said Tim McCorkell. We checked on projects on the Improve Our Tulsa/ Fix Our Streets Projects Map online. It... Read more
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Business Wire
Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and Schmidt Legacy Foundation Partner to Drive Lung Cancer Researchfamily.” The ALCF is a patient-led, patient-driven advocacy organization commi
Addario Lung Cancer Foundation and Schmidt Legacy Foundation Partner to Drive Lung Cancer Research
Business Wire / Posted 19 hours ago
family.” The ALCF is a patient-led, patient-driven advocacy organization committed to providing resources, education and care to all patients diagnosed with lung cancer. The ALCF’s partner organization, the Addario Lung Cancer Medical Institute... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
ICAAP12 hosts intensive two-day marathon meeting to raise awareness on HIV issuesAsia Pacific. The event will be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20-23 November 2015
ICAAP12 hosts intensive two-day marathon meeting to raise awareness on HIV issues
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 hours ago
Asia Pacific. The event will be held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20-23 November 2015 at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC), Bangladesh's premier facility for international meetings and exhibitions. The International Congress on AIDS... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Two new pilot programs launched to reduce hospital readmissions, ease overcrowding in ERs and lower healthcare costsThe UCLA Center for Prehospital Care and collaborators from the Los Angeles Cou
Two new pilot programs launched to reduce hospital readmissions, ease overcrowding in ERs and lower healthcare costs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 hours ago
The UCLA Center for Prehospital Care and collaborators from the Los Angeles County Emergency Medical Services (EMS) agency and the Glendale and Santa Monica fire departments are launching two pilot programs designed to reduce hospital readmissions,... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
New technology allows Cincinnati VA to give care across U.S.In a modest room on the ninth floor of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, a team
New technology allows Cincinnati VA to give care across U.S.
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 22 hours ago
In a modest room on the ninth floor of the Cincinnati VA Medical Center, a team of doctors and nurses are providing care to critically-injured veterans across five states. The hospital is working to improve and expedite care for the nation’s... Read more
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Wichita Falls Times Record News
New bills going into effect bring broad changesin our future to ensure continued prosperity,” Eva DeLuna Castro, a budget anal
New bills going into effect bring broad changes
Wichita Falls Times Record News / Posted 22 hours ago
in our future to ensure continued prosperity,” Eva DeLuna Castro, a budget analyst with the progressive-leaning think tank Center for Public Policy Priorities in Austin, wrote in a report critical of the budget. “But whenever tax cuts take priority... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New $6.25 million NIH grant to help investigators launch research center to slow and stop HIVfunding, from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
New $6.25 million NIH grant to help investigators launch research center to slow and stop HIV
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
funding, from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), supports the creation of the Third Coast Center for AIDS Research (CFAR), a partnership between Northwestern, the University of Chicago, the Chicago Department of... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Peer recovery coaches use personal experience to help others overcomeRANSON - It is said experience is the best teacher, and the new peer recovery c
Peer recovery coaches use personal experience to help others overcome
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted yesterday
RANSON - It is said experience is the best teacher, and the new peer recovery coaches at the Jefferson Day Report Center are letting their experiences with addiction and recovery teach and mentor those currently working toward recovery. In June, the... Read more
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DMNews
Its Time to Face Marketings Impact on Customer Experienceperil. Bungling the name of a loyal customer on a direct mail piece. Sending a
Its Time to Face Marketings Impact on Customer Experience
DMNews / Posted yesterday
peril. Bungling the name of a loyal customer on a direct mail piece. Sending a man a digital coupon for a women's personal care product. Serving a display ad for a product a known customer just purchased online. These are more than cringe-worthy... Read more
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Business Wire
US FDA Approves Initiation of ViroMed's VM202 for Phase III Clinical Study of Chronic Non-Healing Ischemic Diabetic Foot Ulcerulcer(s) on or around the foot area that is unresponsive to standard therapies
US FDA Approves Initiation of ViroMed's VM202 for Phase III Clinical Study of Chronic Non-Healing Ischemic Diabetic Foot Ulcer
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
ulcer(s) on or around the foot area that is unresponsive to standard therapies and persists despite 4 weeks of appropriate care. Once onset of a foot ulcer occurs, 50~70% of the patients progress to chronic non-healing foot ulcer, which occurs in... Read more
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Philly.com
Managing Papal ExpectationsJuly 9: Nutter says people speculating that all of Center City will be shut dow
Managing Papal Expectations
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
July 9: Nutter says people speculating that all of Center City will be shut down behind a chain-link fence have “no idea what they’re talking about,” but that some fencing will go up in parts of the city. “Fencing is not a new concept in this city,”... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
New bills going into effect bring broad changesin our future to ensure continued prosperity," Eva DeLuna Castro, a budget anal
New bills going into effect bring broad changes
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted yesterday
in our future to ensure continued prosperity," Eva DeLuna Castro, a budget analyst with the progressive-leaning think tank Center for Public Policy Priorities in Austin, wrote in a report critical of the budget. "But whenever tax cuts take priority... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
Working Retail Taught Me Everything I Need To Know About Humanityno one is so important they get to walk on someone else. Retail taught me this
Working Retail Taught Me Everything I Need To Know About Humanity
Lifehacker Australia / Posted yesterday
no one is so important they get to walk on someone else. Retail taught me this lesson loud and clear, very early on.Self care is important, because no one else really cares about you Speaking of jerks, the biggest thing that working any... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Doctors rarely discuss religion with critically illReporter (HealthDay News) -- Whatever your religious beliefs, they're unlikely
Doctors rarely discuss religion with critically ill
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted yesterday
Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Whatever your religious beliefs, they're unlikely to get addressed in the intensive care unit, a new study finds. Religion or spirituality is important to many people nearing the end of life, but intensive... Read more
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Fox Wausau
Doctors rarely discuss religion with critically illReporter (HealthDay News) -- Whatever your religious beliefs, they're unlikely
Doctors rarely discuss religion with critically ill
Fox Wausau / Posted yesterday
Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Whatever your religious beliefs, they're unlikely to get addressed in the intensive care unit, a new study finds. Religion or spirituality is important to many people nearing the end of life, but intensive... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hosp
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Pacioni said Jane Doe remains in critical condition, but is showing signs of recovery, adding that she has already been interviewed by investigators. Jane Doe... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hosp
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted yesterday
28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Pacioni said Jane Doe remains in critical condition, but is showing signs of recovery, adding that she has already been interviewed by investigators. Jane Doe... Read more
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The Daily Review
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hosp
Accused Monterey County mass shooter on suicide watch at jail, victims identified
The Daily Review / Posted yesterday
28, who are both currently recovering from their gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Pacioni said Jane Doe remains in critical condition, but is showing signs of recovery, adding that she has already been interviewed by investigators. Jane Doe... Read more
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Newswise
Gene Leads to Nearsightedness When Kids ReadGenetics, Aug 27-2015 Newswise — NEW YORK, NY (August 31, 2015) — Vision resea
Gene Leads to Nearsightedness When Kids Read
Newswise / Posted yesterday
Genetics, Aug 27-2015 Newswise — NEW YORK, NY (August 31, 2015) — Vision researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have discovered a gene that causes myopia, but only in people who spend a lot of time in childhood reading or doing... Read more
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Business Wire
BioTime Subsidiary Asterias Therapeutics Concludes Recruitment of Initial Safety Cohort of the SCiStar Phase 1/2a Dose-Escalation Clinical Trial of AST-OPC1 for Complete Cervical Spinal Cord Injuryof regenerative medicine, reported that the third patient was successfully dose
BioTime Subsidiary Asterias Therapeutics Concludes Recruitment of Initial Safety Cohort of the SCiStar Phase 1/2a Dose-Escalation Clinical Trial of AST-OPC1 for Complete Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
Business Wire / Posted yesterday
of regenerative medicine, reported that the third patient was successfully dosed at Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center in a Phase 1/2a clinical trial evaluating activity of escalating doses of AST-OPC1 (oligodendrocyte progenitor cells)... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Hutcheson Medical Center Seeking Court Approval To Sell Trenton Family Practice For $350,000Hutcheson Medical Center, continuing to make cost-cutting measures, is seeking
Hutcheson Medical Center Seeking Court Approval To Sell Trenton Family Practice For $350,000
The Chattanoogan / Posted yesterday
Hutcheson Medical Center, continuing to make cost-cutting measures, is seeking court approval to sell the Trenton Family Practice at Trenton, Ga., for $350,000. Ted Rumley, county executive for Dade County, said the medical center is so important... Read more
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The Chronicle-Telegram
In China, Communists give short shrift to Nationalists for World War II victoryrevolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they’re living out their remaining years s
In China, Communists give short shrift to Nationalists for World War II victory
The Chronicle-Telegram / Posted yesterday
revolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they’re living out their remaining years shunned and forgotten by all but a few who care to hear their stories. “Nobody cares about veterans like me. Nobody cares. People just forget what happened in the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Messaging app wins iTHRIVE awarddepartment. "Our new faculty members will not only help us meet growing demand
Messaging app wins iTHRIVE award
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
department. "Our new faculty members will not only help us meet growing demand for our programs, but help make critical advancements in health care by expanding our research areas including the fields of simulation, gerontology and... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Two Union Mine football players hospitalized; one remains in critical conditionpassed out, said El Dorado Union High School District Superintendent Stephen We
Two Union Mine football players hospitalized; one remains in critical condition
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
passed out, said El Dorado Union High School District Superintendent Stephen Wehr. The two were rushed to the emergency care, Brown to Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Schwartz to Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Center, according to... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
KC-46A: Big airplane being delayed by a few big problemsis still on track and Altus will benefit from that," Bush said. Earlier this y
KC-46A: Big airplane being delayed by a few big problems
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted yesterday
is still on track and Altus will benefit from that," Bush said. Earlier this year, ground was broken on a flight training center, a fuselage training facility, new aircraft hangars and other renovations at Altus. The project is expected to cost... Read more
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Orange County Register
Philadelphia's plans for hosting Pope Francis are far from heavenly for residents– Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has been recommending that residents lay in
Philadelphia's plans for hosting Pope Francis are far from heavenly for residents
Orange County Register / Posted yesterday
– Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has been recommending that residents lay in groceries and prescription medicines. City Center restaurants, unsure whether fresh produce will make it through three rings of increasingly impenetrable papal... Read more
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Crosscut
Parents saving other parents, and their neglected kidsDana Dildine in her office at the King County Regional Justice Center Ten year
Parents saving other parents, and their neglected kids
Crosscut / Posted yesterday
Dana Dildine in her office at the King County Regional Justice Center Ten years ago Dana Dildine was a mess – and, the Washington Department of Health and Social Services and King County Superior Court concluded, a terminally failed parent. She’d... Read more
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Salon.com
China gives little credit, or help, to Nationalist WWII vetsrevolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they’re living out their remaining years s
China gives little credit, or help, to Nationalist WWII vets
Salon.com / Posted 2 days ago
revolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they’re living out their remaining years shunned and forgotten by all but a few who care to hear their stories. “Nobody cares about veterans like me. Nobody cares. People just forget what happened in the... Read more
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FOX News
Hyping Communists' WWII efforts, China gives little credit, or help, to aging Nationalist vetsrevolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they're living out their remaining years s
Hyping Communists' WWII efforts, China gives little credit, or help, to aging Nationalist vets
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
revolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they're living out their remaining years shunned and forgotten by all but a few who care to hear their stories. "Nobody cares about veterans like me. Nobody cares. People just forget what happened in the... Read more
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The Evening Sun
China gives little credit, or help, to Nationalist WWII vetsrevolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they're living out their remaining years s
China gives little credit, or help, to Nationalist WWII vets
The Evening Sun / Posted 2 days ago
revolution. Now mostly in their 90s, they're living out their remaining years shunned and forgotten by all but a few who care to hear their stories. "Nobody cares about veterans like me. Nobody cares. People just forget what happened in the... Read more
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