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Polygamous towns gradually becoming conventional American community

Salt Lake Tribune - ‎vor 5 Stunden‎
Keith Leonard, a 67-year-old retired dentist from Arlington, Wash., recently bought an old dentist office that belonged to the UEP and is finishing remodeling it.

Percent for Art Program helps brighten up state-owned buildings

Concord Monitor - ‎vor 6 Stunden‎
State contracts for repairs, the University system of New Hampshire, self-liquidating projects and those paid for by the highway fund, Fish and Game fund or federal funds are excluded from the program.

Telangana medical exam paper leak points at corruption in TRS govt

Firstpost - ‎29.07.2016‎
Over one lakh students appeared for the first exam on 15 May that included medical, dental, agriculture and veterinary sciences courses in both government and private colleges.

I clean HMRC's offices for an unfair wage. I hope our strike has embarrassed them

The Guardian - ‎27.07.2016‎
I've now lost two hours a week, which means I can no longer claim tax credits and will have to pay for visits to the dentist and prescriptions. So while the ... How much extra is that costing them, when they could be sitting down with us and our union ...

CFOs Divulge Their Eclectic Leisure Pastimes

CFO - ‎26.07.2016‎
He spent 20 years with Dental Associates, a builder of dental hospitals and provider of products and services for dentists. About the time he began feeling he ... Lynn Pace, finance chief at D.L. Withers Construction, a $150 million company that does ...

4 SF supervisors join janitors' protest for better pay, benefits

SFGate - ‎28.07.2016‎
The contract between Local 87 of the Service Employees International Union, which represents 3,500 janitors in the city, and a group of janitorial services that includes ABM Industries is set to expire Sunday.


Watertown Public Opinion - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
Motion by Schroeder, second by Paulson to renew the agreement for group employee benefits through Northern Plains Insurance Pool and appoint Gary Leighton as official representative. ... Associated School Boards of SD - membership 828.12; Deutsch ...

School Board delays decision on $119.1 million insurance package for support staff, police

Las Vegas Review-Journal - ‎27.07.2016‎
3 work session before making a final decision that will impact the health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance benefits for nearly 12,000 employees.

Janitors Protest For Higher Wages

San Francisco News (registration) - ‎29.07.2016‎
The contract between Local 87 of the Service Employees International Union and a group of janitorial services that includes ABM Industries is set to expire on Sunday.

Medical Malpractice and Healthcare Quarterly - Summer 2016

Lexology (registration) - ‎22.07.2016‎
Super. Ct. Apr. 13, 2016), the Superior Court held that dentists are not “health care providers” under Chapter 68 of Title 18 of the Delaware Code, meaning that no affidavit of merit was required to file a suit against them.

Critics: Mississippi's state bureaucracy out of control

Jackson Clarion Ledger - ‎23.07.2016‎
When I first got elected lieutenant governor, I would have representatives of these various boards and commissions come into my office and without fail, they would say, 'This isn't really taxpayer money, it's our money.

Atlantic City BOE picks Days-Chapman for empty seat

Press of Atlantic City - ‎25.07.2016‎
The board also approved a 19 percent increase in the district Horizon medical plan, an 18 percent increase in the Benecard prescription plan and a 6 percent increase in the Delta Dental plan. The district's employee contracts expired June 30 and are in ...

9 Laws and Programs Passed for Indians After the Occupation of Alcatraz

Indian Country Today Media Network - ‎24.07.2016‎
As of 1969, Congress had passed 5,000 laws for Indians. The effects of the laws had been to reduce the role of Indian tribal leaders and enhance the power of federal officials to regulate Indian people and their lives.

Congressmen Want Answers from OPM About FLTCIP Rate Hike (blog) - ‎25.07.2016‎
“We write to express our concern about the extreme increase in premiums as part of the contract renewal for the FLTCIP,” wrote Congressmen Gerry Connolly (D-VA) and Don Beyer (D-VA).

Local Jobs: Jewel-Osco, First Bank, Marc Alan Salon, Kalleymeyn Auto Rebuilders - ‎25.07.2016‎
Registered Dental Hygienist needed for a full-service Pinewood Dental office located in Lemont. Applicant must ... Physician group is looking for a part-time Certified Medical Assistant to work in fast-paced Oak Lawn Office, 15-25 hours per week, $11 ...

Laid-off sign language interpreter is worried about family and clients

WTNH Connecticut News (press release) - ‎21.07.2016‎
The state expects to save money by contracting with private agencies which can be found by calling 211. Daniel Pinnell's group 'We ... “From kindergarten to college, graduate level, hospital emergency rooms, surgeries, doctor's offices, dentists ...

Medicaid managers are slow to pay bills, agencies say - ‎17.07.2016‎
Lesley Christensen, the agency's manager of maternal and child health outreach, helps lead an informal group of local service providers who have been meeting twice a month with managed care representatives to iron out problems. Christensen said the ...

RTI Surgical's (RTIX) CEO Brian Hutchison on Q2 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Seeking Alpha - ‎27.07.2016‎
Good day ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the RTIX Second Quarter 2016 Earnings Conference Call. At this time, all participants are in a listen-only mode.

Patriots open up two roster spots with release of LB Johnson, LS Yount

Comcast SportsNet New England - ‎21.07.2016‎
The team announced on Thursday that it had released undrafted rookie linebacker CJ Johnson and veteran long-snapper Christian Yount, leaving 87 players under contract. Johnson played middle ... He was out there for the beginning of practice so whether ...

WV colleges don't have much cash on hand

Charleston Gazette-Mail (subscription) - ‎18.07.2016‎
Representatives from Glenville State were unavailable for comment Monday because the people who are familiar with the details of the school's finances were on vacation, according to Dustin Crutchfield, a spokesman for the school.