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Eugene R. Siters
Eugene R. Siters, 83, Bellwood, died April 9, 2014, at UF Health Shands Hospital, Gainesville, Fla., with his wife and daughters by his side.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
'Nuisance' Introductory Tenant Escapes Eviction
In a stern reminder to local authorities that even introductory tenants have rights, a council has suffered costly defeat in its legal campaign to evict an alleged nuisance tenant who had mental health problems and whose ability to read and write was Arizona April 23, 2014 - In a stern reminder to local authorities that even introductory tenants ... (more)
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IBEW Local 134 holds fundraiser for jobless
Members of the IBEW Local No. 134 Helping Hand Fund will host a fundraiser at 115 Bourbon Street in Merrionette Park to benefit union members in need.
Union representing FairPoint workers blasts LePage veto of new standards for telecom mergers
Officials at the union that represents most employees of FairPoint Communications say telephone and broadband customers remain exposed to the negative consequences of a bad merger or acquisition after Gov. Paul LePage on Friday vetoed a bill setting new standards for such a deal.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Nebraska Football: Cornhuskers Offensive Lineman Tanner Farmer Crushes 415 Pounds
Incoming Nebraska Cornhuskers offensive lineman Tanner Farmer is easily one of the best gets of the Big Red's most recent class.
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Intel Selects NECA-IBEW Team for Electrical Construction of New Facilities
If you own any kind of personal computer, chances are good that it contains an Intel chip or other Intel-made components.
Final Scouting Bureau rankings revealed
The Canadian Football League Scouting Bureau today published its final edition of the top 15 ranked prospects eligible for the 2014 CFL Canadian Draft.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Danskammer project opposed by some groups
Almost everybody has something to say about the possibility of repowering Danskammer - from competitors, to environmental groups, to the union that represented its former employees.
Detroit Free Press
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano kicks off re-election bid amid crowded field
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano announces his platform for re-election during a press conference held at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union No.
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Union Endorses Johnson County Candidates
Union Endorses Johnson County Candidates Lang 4-21-14 A local union has made endorsements for this June's Democratic primary.
Cobb EMC celebrates Georgia Lineman Appreciation Day
The Georgia State legislature as well as Congress has declared April 18 National and Georgia Lineman Appreciation Day.
Tipping the hard hat to Mississippi's linemen
A certain group of folks often remaining behind the scenes while playing a huge part in our daily lives is in the spotlight.
Despite Controversial Past, Ficano Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano is kicking off his re-election campaign today - but can he shuck off the scandals of the last few years? The Democrat has scheduled a news conference for 5 p.m. Monday at International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 58 in Detroit, where supporters are expected to gather.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Job prospects in South Mississippi
When the oil industry booms, it pulls skilled workers from other industries on the Coast, primarily because oil jobs pay well.
Fairbanks takes 2nd look at rejected contract
The three-year contract with city office workers and managers includes a 2.5 percent pay and benefit increase this year and a 2 percent raises over each of the next two years.
MTEMC celebrates Lineman Appreciation Day
"Linemen across our service territory work every day building and repairing lines, ensuring the overall reliability of the system," said MTEMC President Chris Jones.
USC releases spring depth chart
USC released a depth chart Friday, the day before the spring game, but it doesn't include 37 of the 102 players expected to be on the roster in the fall.
Anchorage Daily News
Municipal Light & Power recognizes line workers for service, safety
April 18, 2014 It's National Lineman Appreciation Day. Municipal Light & Power recognizes line workers have a vital role in the community, working in harsh weather and sometimes hazardous conditions to keep electricity flowing year-round and to restore power immediately during an outage.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
CalCharge leads Bay Area's play to be the battery-tech capital of the U.S.
A consortium of the battery technology companies ranging from the huge - Duracell, Hitachi , Volkswagen , LG and Eaton Corp. - to local startups this week formally launched CalCharge, a group tasked with accelerating research around energy storage.
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Georgia linemen appreciated for hard work
Georgia Power joined with The National Association of Journeymen Linemen and other Georgia electric utilities to appreciate state's linemen at the Georgia Capitol on Friday.