Archive for July, 2014

Drivers’ dreams dashed by red tape

Do you think summer seems to be going by too quickly? Loading … By Lethbridge Herald on July 31, 2014. Melissa Villeneuve FOR THE HERALD The dream of a fresh start in Canada has turned into a nightmare for Paul Smith, a temporary foreign worker from Scotland, who is being forced to fly home.

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Greensburg skaters competing at ice dance championships

After about a 20-year absence, Keri Holton of Greensburg returns to competitive figure skating at the Lake Placid Ice Dance Championships in New York this …

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WWE off the mat as new pricing plan, layoffs lift shares

World Wrestling Entertainment is rolling out new pricing for its digital-only network after enduring months of body slams by Wall Street over the money-bleeding venture. The pricing change, coupled with…

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BISD notifies employees of layoffs

BEAUMONT - From BISD The Board of Managers voted to approve Phase I of the Reduction in Force (RIF) at its regularly scheduled meeting on July 28, 2014. Phase I of the RIF was employees from administration which included Project Director/Supervisor 21st Century Grant Lona Mitchell-Alexander, Special Initiative Supervisor/Grant Writer Veda Brown, Director of Communications Jessie Haynes, and …

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Supreme Court is asked to take up major challenge to Obamacare

The petition to the Supreme Court centers on text in the Obamacare law that appears to sharply restrict the provision of federal tax credits. Federal appeals courts issued opposing rulings on the issue last week.

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Kroger Marketplace to end furniture line

From furniture to flannel shirts.Kroger Marketplace stores announced Thursday they would abandon furniture sections in favor of apparel.Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. has two of the supermarket/general merchandise outlets at 601 E. Dupont Road and 5725 Coventry Lane.

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