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Six Somerset County residents were awarded Lucas Popernack Memorial Scholarships for study at Allegany College of Maryland in the current 2011-12 academic year. The scholarships are for use at ACM campuses in Somerset County or Cumberland, Md. Karisa...
DAILY AMERICANThe rape survivor cried softly in the arms of friends, family and advocates surrounding her as she sat in the courtroom while the jury's guilty verdicts were read one by one Friday. Lark Allan Ramsey, 45, smiled and said nothing as Clerk of Courts Rose...
Tags: Trials, Trials, Human Body, Abusive Behavior, Human Body
Jeanette B. Baker, 79, passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Born Monday, Feb. 1, 1932, she was a daughter of the late James E. and Hallie Loving Buck. She was a Kentucky Colonel and Honorary Secretary...
DAILY AMERICANOn the first day of his rape trial, Lark Allan Ramsey sat in a wheelchair at the defense table with an occasional hint of a smile as two versions of the incident unfolded through the testimony of eight witnesses. The 45-year-old inmate is accused of...
Tags: Trials, Trials, Fainting, Lawyers, Sexual Assault
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterBRAWLEY - Courtney Wells, a second-year Imperial Valley College nursing student, beats out 13 applicants and wins a $5,000 scholarship that was awarded during a small ceremony at Pioneers Memorial Hospital. Please read either the e-edition or print...
Children's health advocates are calling on state legislatures to ban flame retardants in baby's products after testing found the toxic chemicals in 85 percent of items it tested. The toxic retardants were found in nursing pillows, car seats and other...
William H. Heining, 72, Berlin, died Jan. 21, 2012, at Somerset Hospital. Born Sept. 23, 1939, in Garrett, a son of William and Florence (Albright) Heining. Preceded in death by parents and a brother, John. Survived by his wife of 51 years, the former...
Tags: Medical Specialization, Health, Nursing
The following cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court Jan. 12 with Judge William Clouse presiding. — Joshua Hopkins, second-degree forgery, dismissed. — Marcus Allen Francis, deferred prosecution order entered. — Kenny J. Heflin,...
Tags: Trials, Trials, Joint Ventures, Theft, Punishment
Q13 FOX News OnlineTalk about making a dramatic entrance — a baby boy was born Wednesday inside a stuck elevator at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Tacoma, and the father climbed down into the elevator to cut the umbilical cord. The infant's mother, Katie Thacker, was...
One of the best ways to boost beef cattle profits is to use genetics to improve the efficiency of your herd. Prioritize traits to meet the goals of your operation. This will provide as many pounds of beef as possible off of every available acre at a...
Tags: Genes and Chromosomes, Human Body, Conservation, Music, Genetics
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Stanford woman is suing a Danville bus operator and nursing home alleging that their employees caused her to break a leg and suffer other injuries when they dropped her in her wheelchair as they tried to load her on a bus. Brenda Young filed the...
Tags: Long Term Care, Trials, Litigation, Laws, Nursing Homes
Daily American Staff WriterBinge drinking can be contagious between couples and among friends. Researchers looked at 208 unmarried couples in their early 20s who had face-to-face contact at least five times a week. Over 28 days, the researchers found that they were able to predict...
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