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A 12-month pasture and harvested forage management planning workshop designed for livestock producers, land managers and natural resource students will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, January 3-5, 2012. The workshop will be held in the Red...
The devastation of losing a house to foreclosure can lead to depression and a host of other conditions, according to the authors of new study who warn of a looming national health crisis. They are advocating for a new unified approach by financial and...
I am a National College student, and I have put a lot of hard work and time into my education. It disappoints me that politicians are making injurious statements about my school, which is in turn giving the institution a bad name in the public eye....
Staff WriterOCOTILLO – If the name of the Testicle Festival caught your attention, then it did the trick, organizers said. The event is an annual fundraiser hosted by the Desert Volunteers of Ocotillo Optimist Club benefiting area children and was held...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Festive Events, Criadillas
With summer vacation in full swing, thoughts of warm weather fun, sleeping in and spending time with friends tend to top most kids' to-do lists. For too many youngsters, however, one essential activity is missing: retaining much of what they learned...
Students at Garden City Community College will have more academic choices thanks to an expanded partnership with Kansas State University. The two institutions signed agreements Wednesday that will allow students to attain some associates degrees in...
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India-born Lakshman Adusumilli was a student in the Rush Medical Center graduate program and living with his parents in Orland Park in 1991 when he was charged with attempted murder after allegedly stabbing the mother of his child with a knife and beating...
Hope Dalgleish, 77, of Hagerstown, died Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. She was born Hope Hallam Anderson in February 1934. She will rest eternally with her parents in New England. Hope settled in Hagerstown in 1965 with her two sons, Jed and Michael. She...
Tags: Christianity, Religion and Belief
CNB Financial Services Inc. Thomas F. Rokisky, president and chief executive officer of CNB Financial Services Inc., the parent company of CNB Bank Inc., announced for the three months ending Sept. 30, CNB had consolidated net income of $537,000, or $1....
Going to church may nourish your soul, but until recently it didn't offer much for your cholesterol level or body-mass index. Now, a growing number of congregations are hiring nurses to help inspire churchgoers to eat better, exercise, manage chronic...
Tags: Health, Physical Fitness and Exercise, Maitland, Obesity, Weight
Nurses join HospiceRegistered nurses Tammy Graham, Emily Buntain and Kari Carideo have joined Heritage Hospice Inc.Graham, who has been a nurse for four years and in the medical field for 17 years, will work in admissions. She is a graduate of Midway...
Tags: Elections, West Virginia, Health, Human Interest, Employees
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