Archive for January, 2010

Women’s Basketball: Micir, Edwards lead charge in Ivy wins (Daily Princetonian)

After a three-week layoff, normal basketball teams need some time to get back in a rhythm for their first game back.  When their leading scorer gets shut out, normal teams struggle to score points.  And when their starting point guard suffers an injury early in the second half, normal teams have trouble closing out games. But, as it has proven so many times this season, the women’s basketball …

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N Idaho Aircraft Company Announces Layoffs (KIVI Boise)

N. Idaho aircraft company announces layoffs SANDPOINT, Idaho (AP) — Quest Aircraft Co. says it has laid off 22 of its 303 full-time employees in northern Idaho. Quest CEO Paul Schaller says the

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Tulsa budget crisis time-line (KJRH-TV Tulsa)

From the mayor’s inauguration to the layoff of 124 police officers, the last eight weeks have seen several dramatic events unfold.

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Announcement To Be Made On Pay Cuts Or Layoffs For Tulsa Firefighters (News On 6 Tulsa)

Tulsa’s firefighters finished their vote Sunday on a contract concession that could save many of their jobs. One hundred forty-seven firefighters face a layoff unless they agree to significant cuts to their salary and benefits. Tulsa Firefighter’s Union Continues Voting On Pay Cuts Vs. Layoffs

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UK import a weight for age contender (Practical Punting Daily)

David Hayes is convinced Our Aqaleem is a genuine Group One weight-for-age candidate following his gallant first-up win in Australia after a lengthy injury layoff.

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UAW Responds To Trane (Arkansas News Bureau)

Times Record Staff UAW Local 716 responded Tuesday to a possible layoff of 197 hourly workers at Trane’s Zero Street plant.

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