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Lake Tahoe News
Placer County ignoring residents' concernsnumerous concerns regarding traffic, visual impacts, greenhouse gas emissions,
Placer County ignoring residents' concerns
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 6 hours ago
numerous concerns regarding traffic, visual impacts, greenhouse gas emissions, workforce housing, night sky protection, project access from Highway 267, cumulative impacts from the adjacent Brockway Campground proposal and the limited amount of... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
TennCare expansion may focus initially on mentally illhe said. "We went through my savings and my retirement." Allen said he ended up
TennCare expansion may focus initially on mentally ill
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 6 days ago
he said. "We went through my savings and my retirement." Allen said he ended up qualifying for free surgical care through Project Access, a local program where some 800 doctors volunteer their time for those who are unable to pay for specialty... Read more
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WTKR Norfolk
Terminal Boulevard resurfacing to begin May 31NORFOLK, Va. – Crews will begin work on the Terminal Boulevard Resurfacing Proj
Terminal Boulevard resurfacing to begin May 31
WTKR Norfolk / Posted 6 days ago
NORFOLK, Va. – Crews will begin work on the Terminal Boulevard Resurfacing Project in the City of Norfolk on May 31. The work will start near the Port of Virginia and Naval Station Norfolk. The full directional closure work hours will be 8 p.m. to... Read more
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PhysOrg
World record in terrestrial radio transmissionInstitute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF exceeded the state of the art by
World record in terrestrial radio transmission
PhysOrg / Posted 8 days ago
Institute for Applied Solid State Physics IAF exceeded the state of the art by a factor of 10. The collaborative project ACCESS (Advanced E Band Satellite Link Studies) was carried out by a research group headed by Professor Ingmar... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Water main project reaches halfway pointpipe segments, that had been patched up in the past. Larson said the replaceme
Water main project reaches halfway point
Marshall Independent / Posted 11 days ago
pipe segments, that had been patched up in the past. Larson said the replacement of the water main is coinciding with a project to re-paint the water tower. The tower was drained Wednesday in preparation for painting. "It's going to stay dry... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Task force hears ideas, issues for providing health accessgoing to need a liver transplant down the road. Who's going to pay for that?"
Task force hears ideas, issues for providing health access
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
going to need a liver transplant down the road. Who's going to pay for that?" Dr. Jack Lacey, representing Knoxville Area Project Access, said that program, which uses case management to connect people below a certain income level to health... Read more
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Daily News
Parliament -of a land in Vauxhall Street, the renting of a building for the Resettlement Mi
Parliament -
Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
of a land in Vauxhall Street, the renting of a building for the Resettlement Ministry at a higher price, the 65,000 housing project in the North, the Customs releasing of undervalued Toyota Prados imported in 2015 and the renting of a building for... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
DBZ to Get U.S.$50 Million Loan From AfDBeconomy. Mr Kitabire said private sector planned operations for 2016-2017 incl
DBZ to Get U.S.$50 Million Loan From AfDB
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
economy. Mr Kitabire said private sector planned operations for 2016-2017 include financing of DBZ, Lunzua hydro power project, Access Bank Zambia and Mergence Health (Pty) Limited. He said in an interview in Lusaka recently that the bank... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Language, culture often barriers to better health care for Chattanooga's growing Latino populationsomething different," said Rae Bond, executive director of the Hamilton County
Language, culture often barriers to better health care for Chattanooga's growing Latino population
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 29 days ago
something different," said Rae Bond, executive director of the Hamilton County Medical Society. The society helps run Project Access, a program to provide free care to those who cannot afford it, including a large number of area Latinos. "And... Read more

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