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President Obama has called repeatedly on Congress to help states pay for "high-quality preschool" for all. In fact, those two words — "high quality" — appear time and again in the president's prepared...
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St. Joseph service workers say 'yes' to union; organizers now prep for negotiations More than 200 service employees at St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka have voted in favor of joining a union, and will...
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April 23, 2014 While teachers were on strike for 11 workdays in February, the Medford School District paid more than $2 million to keep schools open and the district running, but still came out more...
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A state senator known for speaking his mind is facing two challengers who believe they have better leadership experience and a better style for getting things done in Lincoln. The incumbent, Bill...
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India Gate in New Delhi lit up at dusk echoes the colours of the Swedish flag. File photo: Ann Törnkvist India flexes its food, film, and finance muscles Published: 22 Apr 2014 20:28...
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General Motors is reorganizing its engineering group in the wake of an ignition-switch recall connected to 13 deaths so it can better catch safety issues earlier in a vehicle�s development. On...
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MARIETTA — The Board of Commissioners has agreed to pay $326,420 for a consultant to review the salaries and responsibilities of county employees to determine whether their pay is competitive with...
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A NIGERIAN mother is hoping the Home Office will give her more time to stave off deportation as she fights to protect her children from the risk of female genital mutilation. Graduate Afusat Saliu,...
2014/04/23 05:29
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Cuito — The minister of Community Development Mother and Child Health of the Republic of Zambia, Emerine Kabanshi, Tuesday in Cuito, central Bié province, recognised the Angolan Government?s...
2014/04/23 05:19
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Plan for deeper dredging in Fraser River could have high environmental price Proposal would destroy natural flood barriers, UBC geographer says Human Resources report: What employers can do about...
2014/04/23 05:17
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What’s going on? I just read the article in the Maryland Independent about the Waldorf Urban Revitalization Corridor [“Faulcon excited to get to WURC,” April 18]. Why are we paying the new WURC...
2014/04/23 05:16
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Looking to be part of the solution and not just sitting back wondering what can be done, Karla M. Kornegay has joined the race for the Charles County Board of Education. Kornegay, 41, of Waldorf is a...
2014/04/23 05:10
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The class action lawsuit of some 50 Savannah Fire captains against the city continues. The lawyer representing the firefighters is taking the next step toward litigation over pay issues. The city...
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Denton County commissioners took another stride Tuesday toward replacing the county’s weathered communications system. Commissioners approved a committee recommendation of the ranking of two...
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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — More than six months after the head of the Iowa Veterans Home resigned after allegations that he treated staff poorly, the state's ombudsman revealed she is investigating...
2014/04/23 03:22
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WARWICK — The School Committee has added nearly $1 million to its proposed budget for the coming financial year, putting in money for math coaches at the high school level and increasing financing for...
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PELL CITY – A select number of students will start training as firefighters in August as part of a new collaboration between the city and School System. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for our...
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Nine or ten dollars an hour? Twelve? Or all the way to $15? For much of the country, significant minimum wage hikes are coming—at least in the areas where they haven’t happened already. Public debate...
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A Washougal High School student has filed a tort claim alleging the Washougal School District failed to protect her and other students from a math teacher with a history of inappropriately touching...
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On Monday, October 21, 2013, Greg Farmer, senior assistant managing editor of The Kansas City Star, placed a rare call to Karen Dillon. He wanted to know when Dillon would be in the office that...
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