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Coming pop concerts: Felice Brothers and John Mellencamp
Texas
Felice Brothers "All I want is to eat cherry licorice," the Felice Brothers sing on the lead single to their sixth album, Favorite Waitress. "I don't care if it sounds ridiculous." No, they don't care, and we don't either. That's becau
July 22 2014
Top 5: Immigration debate, Texas mass murder and Luke Bigham arrest top your Thursday morning headl
Alabama
Here’s a quick look at your top five headlines this Thursday including the latest arrest of Talledega Nights actor and Alabama native Luke Brigham, a mass murder in Texas and falling gas prices.
July 12 2014
US should re-evaluate definition of skilled workers in immigration policy
Texas
New immigration research from Rice University, the University of North Carolina and the Centre for Population, Poverty and Public Policy Studies suggests the U.S. should re-evaluate its definition of skilled workers to include informal skills of migrant workers.
July 11 2014
410 veterans seek help at American Legion weeklong tour, dozens of claims granted
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The American Legion tour wrapped up in the Borderland on Friday after a weeklong event of assisting veterans with VA appointments, medical care enrollment, and filing VA benefits. Officials with the American Legion said 410 military veterans from El Paso came through this week for assistance with their medical needs. ...
June 28 2014
US stocks rise as oil prices boost energy shares
Texas
LONDON, June 20 — US stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index extending a record, as deal activity spurred a rally in health-care shares, and energy producers gained with oil prices. Gold extended a rally and emerging equities sank.
June 27 2014
Allied Ag adds a new generation
Texas
It’s “like father, like daughters” as Jimmy Duecker, owner of Allied Ag, shows his twin daughters (from left) Kristen and Katelyn how to use the store’s computer to track inventory, look up invoices and change prices. — Standard-Radio Post photo/Richard Zowie By Richard Zowie “Service is our business, taking care of our customers in the Texas Hill Country.” That’s how Jimmy Duecker describes his ...
June 25 2014
Hundreds of veterans voice VA concerns at American Legion town hall
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- More than 150 veterans came out for the town hall meeting at the American Legion Post 58 on Monday evening. Representatives from the American Legion in Washington held meeting for veterans to voice their greatest concerns regarding to the El Paso VA Health Care System. ...
June 24 2014
Initial public offerings scheduled to debut next week
New York
NEW YORK, N.Y. - The following is a list of initial public offerings planned for the coming week. Sources include Renaissance Capital, Greenwich, CT (www.renaissancecapital.com) and SEC filings. Week of June 23: Adeptus Health Inc. - Lewisville, Texas, 4.9 million shares, priced $19 to $22,
June 23 2014
ETMC Athens Auxiliary celebrates another year of service
Texas
The men, women and teenage members of the ETMC Athens Auxiliary recently held their annual awards luncheon to celebrate another year given in service to the hospital. Outgoing auxiliary president Ruth Lang, who presided over the meeting, explained that the theme of the luncheon, “Volunteers are Priceless,” was chosen because “We don’t get paid — not because we’re worthless, but because we’re ...
June 09 2014
Doctors urge residents to take precautions as temperatures sizzle
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The Borderland hits a record-breaking temperature of 109 on Tuesday. This record high smashes the previous record for El Paso , which was 102. Health care providers at Summit Urgent Care in El Paso said when temperatures get into the 100s, they see a surge in heat exhaustion cases in the Borderland. ...
June 09 2014
Outdoor workers brave record-breaking temperatures in the Borderland
Texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- The Borderland hit a record-breaking temperature of 109 on Tuesday. The record high smashes the previous record for El Paso, which was 102. Health care providers at Summit Urgent Care in El Paso said when temperatures get into the 100s, they see a surge in heat exhaustion cases in the Borderland. ...
June 09 2014
Cowboys paid premium for Lawrence
Price, texas
IRVING, Texas -- The draft trade charts say that the Washington Redskins got the best of the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys don't care. They were willing to pay a steep price for the player they considered to be the last premier pass-rusher left on the board. The Cowboys gave up the 47th and 78th overall picks to move up to No. 34 and select Boise State's Demarcus Lawrence, who they believe was the ...
May 19 2014
Gold Coin Dealer to Offer Special Discounts to Law Enforcement during National Police Week
Price, texas
Texas-based GoldCoin.net spokesman Keith Kelly says former and current law enforcement officers will be able to purchase PCGS certified gold coins at a 5% discount from the national average retail price between May 12-16, 2014, as the company looks to "take care of those who are always taking care of us". (PRWeb May 12, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/05 ...
May 19 2014
El Paso doctors offer membership fees, instead of taking insurance
Price, texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- A small number of Borderland doctors tell KFOX 14 that rising costs are making them rethink how they offer services to patients. Some doctors are turning to something known as concierge care. Instead of taking health insurance, they are offering membership plans which include shorter wait times, wellness assessments, and 24/7 access to the doctor's cellphone Dr ...
May 19 2014
Report: Americans pay more for health care than other wealthy nations
Price, texas
By Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas -- A new report shows Americans pay more for health care than many other western countries. Data collected from International Federation of Health Plans, an industry group representing health insurers, shows that in 2012, Americans paid more for medical procesures, tests, scans, and prescription medicine than eight other countries. ...
May 19 2014
TxDOT workers killed by alleged drunken driver identified
Price, texas
By: Jesse Martinez and Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas - Police released the identities of two Texas Department of Transportation workers who were killed by a motorist early Sunday morning. James Green, 39, of Runaway Bay, Texas, and Jimmy Joe Broadstreet, 54, of Chaparral, New Mexico, were working on Interstate 10 in west El Paso when a Fort Bliss soldier struck them with his vehicle. ...
May 19 2014
Contractors killed by alleged drunken driver identified
Price, texas
By: Jesse Martinez and Crystal Price EL PASO, Texas - Police released the identities of two Crane Services workers contracted by the Texas Department of Transportation who were killed by a motorist early Sunday morning. James Green, 39, of Runaway Bay, Texas, and Jimmy Joe Broadstreet, 54, of Chaparral, New Mexico, were working on Interstate 10 in west El Paso when a Fort Bliss soldier struck ...
May 19 2014
Clarice Roberta (Shofner) Lervik
Texas
Clarice Roberta (Shofner) Lervik, 87, a longtime resident of Hibbing, died Tuesday, May 13, 2014, in Heritage Manor Health Care Center in Chisholm.
May 18 2014
US oil price flat for week
Post, Texas
Jurors in the murder trial of a mother who fatally shot her two teenage children had to decide between two scenarios: the prosecution's argument that Julie Schenecker knew what she was doing when she aimed a...
May 16 2014
Survey: Larger percentage of Texas Hispanics have enrolled in Health Insurance Marketplace plans th
Rice, texas
Texas Hispanics were more than twice as likely as whites to have enrolled in health insurance plans offered through the Affordable Care Act’s Health Insurance Marketplace between September 2013 and March 2014, according to a report released today by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Episcopal Health Foundation.
May 15 2014
Larger percentage of Texas Hispanics have enrolled in Health Insurance Marketplace plans
Rice, texas
( Rice University ) Texas Hispanics were more than twice as likely as whites to have enrolled in health insurance plans offered through the Affordable Care Act's Health Insurance Marketplace between September 2013 and March 2014, according to a report released today by Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and the Episcopal Health Foundation.
May 15 2014
Economist Stuart H. Altman, Ph.D., Named 2014 Recipient of the William B. Graham Prize for Health S
Rice, texas
Stuart H. Altman, Ph.D., has been named the 2014 recipient of the William B. Graham Prize for Health Services Research. The Prize, funded by The Baxter International Foundation and
May 15 2014
Grill On The Hill: Eric Shinseki Edition
Rice, texas
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES SHINSEKI ‘ANGERED AND SADDENED’: Veteran Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki will tell senators today that he’s “personally angered and saddened by any adverse consequence that a veteran might experience while in, or as a result of, our care,” according to ABC’s...
May 15 2014
Our opinion: Retiring Hance still full of vigor, ideas
Rice, texas
Kent Hance, retiring chancellor of the Texas Tech University System, has stayed true to his roots throughout his career and been successful at every step of the way.
May 15 2014
Crow River News calendar
Rice, texas
Neighborhood sale benefit MAY 14 THROUGH 17 — Josiah’s Hope Orphan Care Ministry Fundraising Sale is Wednesday through Saturday, May 14 through 17, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at 46l9 Lasalle Court, St. Michael. The annual neighborhood sale proceeds go to Beyond Our Door Global and Love Without Boundaries benefiting orphans and vulnerable women. [...]
May 15 2014
Four people arrested after fight that injures two
Rice, texas
A brutal fight in Emma Sansom Homes Thursday sent two people to the hospital and four to jail on felony charges, according to a Gadsden Police report.
May 15 2014
FitWorth Healthy City Initiative restructures with new home, new director
Texas
FORT WORTH, Texas, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The FitWorth Healthy City Initiative, created to promote the health of Fort Worth families, is evolving to maintain sustainability into the future.The program, developed by Mayor Betsy Price and the Fort Worth City Council under the auspices of the Fort Worth Promotion and Development Fund, has a new home under a separate 501c3 entity ...
May 12 2014
Panama president-elect promises price controls
Price, Texas
President-elect Juan Carlos Varela prides himself on a successful business career running Panama's biggest liquor company before entering politics. Yet when the conservative politician takes office July 1 he's...
May 10 2014
Convicted Texas murderer featured in 'Bernie' movie to be released
Texas
By Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - A former mortician whose conviction for killing an elderly East Texas woman inspired the 2011 movie "Bernie" will be released from prison on bond after a judge ruled the original life sentence was too harsh, a newspaper reported on Tuesday. The Longview News Journal said Bernie Tiede, 55, who was convicted at a trial in 1999, will be sentenced to time served ...
May 06 2014
Obamacare leads to positive local development
Texas
A new Lee St. clinic funded by the Affordable Care Act will provide dental services to those without insurance or the means to pay full price.
April 29 2014
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