• Inventing his way

    Lewiston Morning Tribune

    One of our very popular products, the SEL-651R recloser control (a type of digital relay) ... improves the reliability of distribution systems. He served in a variety of roles within the company, including hardware engineer, research engineer, chief engineer of the government services division and vice president of research and development. The company employs about 2,600 in Pullman and 580 in Lewiston.

  • Coronavirus: "Nightmarish conditions," infections, abuse in facilities owned by local nursing home operators

    San Jose Mercury News

    April 19-- Apr. 19--Lack of controls to stop dangerous infections. Staffing so thin the facility can't provide proper care for patients. That data showed Gateway with 33 staff and 69 patient infections, a jump from the 66 total figure Alameda County released Thursday.

  • Volunteers help keep base commissary stocked

    Dayton Daily News

    ...commissary at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, little do they know that item may have been stocked by a volunteer Airman. Since March 28, teams of between five and 15 Airmen -- some officers, a chaplain and enlisted individuals -- have been working for about an hour before the store opens at 9 a.m. to ensure the shelves are as fully stocked as possible. Commissary staff say they are delighted and thankful to have the help. With patrons buying so many products at the commissary...

  • The backlash against the quarantine has begun in Pennsylvania, with anti-shutdown rally Monday in Harrisburg

    The Philadelphia Inquirer

    Annamarie Scannapieco, 55, of Gilbertsville, Montgomery County, helped plan a "back-to-work" rally in Harrisburg that's been rescheduled for Monday. Contributions to those groups are not tax deductible. Taking flak comes with the turf when a group advocates for gun rights, Dorr said. In 2019, a Fox News affiliate investigated the Minnesota Firearms Association, with which Dorr was affiliated, and found the group's nonprofit status had been revoked.

  • Browns, NFL prepare for real-life version of fantasy football

    Akron Beacon Journal

    Utilizing their Microsoft Team's platform, that involves multiple screens, dedicated cell phones and internet speed based on individual needs to accommodate every possible angle, including broadcast television. That's where Microsoft Teams, which allows teams to coordinate with the league office, comes in. "And then there are other redundancies beyond that on the email side. Teams have used Microsoft Surface laptop-tablet hybrids on the sidelines since 2014.

  • The backlash against the quarantine has begun in Pennsylvania, with anti-shutdown rally Monday in Harrisburg

    The Philadelphia Inquirer

    What we don't want to do is reopen and then be hit by this virus in a way that overwhelms our health-care system. Annamarie Scannapieco, 55, of Gilbertsville, Montgomery County, helped plan a "back-to-work" rally in Harrisburg that's been rescheduled for Monday. In 2019, a Fox News affiliate investigated the Minnesota Firearms Association, with which Dorr was affiliated, and found the group's nonprofit status had been revoked.

  • "It's not going very well:" The Class of 2020 searches for a job amid a pandemic that has crippled the economy

    Daily Pilot (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

    There simply are too many companies saying, "We are no longer hiring." "It's not going very well," Kharidhi said. "There's usually no reply. Kharidhi is making a list of essential services jobs and aiming for those. When I got those no's and the notifications of hiring freezes, it was a bit disheartening," Ortiz said. "It's an incredibly difficult job market for everyone, not just for recent graduates.

  • Stafford supervisors will set tax rate during Tuesday virtual public hearing

    The Free Lance-Star

    Those included furloughing some county employees and deferring roadwork and other projects, including renovations at Drew Middle School and a new high school.

  • Online market brings small growers' local delicacies to wider community

    The Virgin Islands Daily News

    April 18-- Apr. 18--ST THOMAS -- A new farmers market on St.

  • Justice: Heads could roll for failure to respond to nursing home outbreaks; also addresses fed dollars and Phase 2

    The Dominion Post

    If it's discovered that some deliberately failed, "They're going to be gone." Justice declined to specify the home because the issue is still being investigated. But there's still uncertainty of how the money can be used and the state is waiting on the rules to be issued.

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