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Arkansas Business
US Marshals Museum Announces CDI Contractors as Consultantonce building begins. "We look forward to working with CDI on this historic un
US Marshals Museum Announces CDI Contractors as Consultant
Arkansas Business / Posted 12 days ago
once building begins. "We look forward to working with CDI on this historic undertaking for Fort Smith and the nation," Jim Dunn, the museum's president and CEO, said in a news release. Wholly owned by Dillard's, CDI works in several... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Island charity sends 64,000 tons of supplies for Ft. McMurray reliefPastor Rodney Deforge, left, and Cornerstone Christian Charities yard manager J
Island charity sends 64,000 tons of supplies for Ft. McMurray relief
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 12 days ago
Pastor Rodney Deforge, left, and Cornerstone Christian Charities yard manager Jim Dunn showcase just some of the skids of personal care products destined for Fort McMurray evacuees through donation by the charity. Wiky Junior School raises $670 for... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Governor's Mansion Gardener Enters 50th Year On The JobSo is the sight of one man working outside the Governor's Mansion. "There's a
Governor's Mansion Gardener Enters 50th Year On The Job
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 13 days ago
So is the sight of one man working outside the Governor's Mansion. "There's a lot of beautiful perennials along here" says Jim Dunn, Governor's Mansion Gardener. Dunn loves when summer rolls around. He spends most of it working at the governor's... Read more
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The Columbian
UFOs: ‘Open-minded’ Northwest is fertile ground for cosmic buzzfun of. Their smartphone photos of UFOs are blurry spots of light. (The Dunns
UFOs: ‘Open-minded’ Northwest is fertile ground for cosmic buzz
The Columbian / Posted 14 days ago
fun of. Their smartphone photos of UFOs are blurry spots of light. (The Dunns say they wish they had at least done that.) Jim Dunn says they saw what they saw. “It’s got to be something from another world. It’s nothing I could rationalize,” he... Read more
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The Seattle Times
UFOs: ‘Open-minded’ Northwest is fertile ground for cosmic buzzfun of. Their smartphone photos of UFOs are blurry spots of light. (The Dunns
UFOs: ‘Open-minded’ Northwest is fertile ground for cosmic buzz
The Seattle Times / Posted 14 days ago
fun of. Their smartphone photos of UFOs are blurry spots of light. (The Dunns say they wish they had at least done that.) Jim Dunn says they saw what they saw. “It’s got to be something from another world. It’s nothing I could rationalize,” he... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Isseniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Is
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 20 days ago
seniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to stay connected to their families," Bask CEO Jim Dunn told TechNewsWorld. Technology was credited with helping about 68 percent of senior survey participants stay in... Read more
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E-Commerce Times
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Isseniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Is
E-Commerce Times / Posted 20 days ago
seniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to stay connected to their families," Bask CEO Jim Dunn told TechNewsWorld. Technology was credited with helping about 68 percent of senior survey participants stay in... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
$3,053,338 raised for future museumthing," Boozman said. But "the payoff was great," he added. Womack said he fee
$3,053,338 raised for future museum
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
thing," Boozman said. But "the payoff was great," he added. Womack said he feels "great pride" in the coin legislation. Jim Dunn, president and chief executive officer for the U.S. Marshals Museum, praised Arkansas lawmakers for collaborating on... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Isseniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to
Aging at Home, Part 1: Home May Be Where the Technology Is
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 25 days ago
seniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to stay connected to their families," Bask CEO Jim Dunn told TechNewsWorld. Technology was credited with helping about 68 percent of senior survey participants stay in... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
For the Aging, Home May Be Where the Technology Isseniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to
For the Aging, Home May Be Where the Technology Is
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 25 days ago
seniors and boomers in their homes -- people over 50 -- are using technology to stay connected to their families," Bask CEO Jim Dunn told TechNewsWorld. Technology was credited with helping about 68 percent of senior survey participants stay in... Read more

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