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American News CorrespondentPIERRE — As of Friday mid-afternoon, there already were 57 bills pre-filed in the hopper for consideration by the Legislature in the 2012 session that opens at noon Tuesday. One seeks a major change in handgun laws and is loaded with potential...
Two hundred students and staff tested for tuberculosis at Chambersburg Area Senior High School. Earlier this week, an individual with the disease tested positive provoking the district to take quick action. Assistant Superintendent Cathy Dusman said...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUp to 200 students at Chambersburg Area Senior High School will be tested for pulmonary tuberculosis on Friday because a case of the bacterial infection has been confirmed in someone at the school. Parents of the school's 2,600 students received...
LABOLT - LaBolt Farmers Grain in LaBolt has been issued 13 safety violationcitations by the federal Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration (OSHA) with proposed penalties amounting to more than $92,900. The agency issued a statement recently saying...
A doctor was freed on $500,000 bail Friday after a brief court hearing in Cecil County, the first time since his arrest in New Jersey last month that he publicly faced charges that five abortions he performed in Maryland were murder. Dr. Steven Chase...
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PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan judge has ruled that Planned Parenthood may open a clinic in suburban Detroit that had been fought by abortion opponents. Oakland County Circuit Court Judge James Alexander in Pontiac on Tuesday ruled that Planned...
News Briefs: Republicans brace for South Carolina; Alaska town under 15 feet of snow runs short of shovelsGOP race shifts to SC as Romney eyes a rare sweep of early primaries; rivals in blocking mode COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Next up, South Carolina. And it's shaping up to be a dogfight. The Republican presidential race turns to this state Wednesday as Mitt...
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CNNA three-judge federal appeals court panel Tuesday overturned a lower court's order blocking key parts of a Texas law requiring doctors to provide a sonogram to pregnant women before they get an abortion, potentially clearing the way for enforcement of the...
email@example.comThe one case of tuberculosis confirmed at Chambersburg Area Senior High School remains the only active diagnosis in the wake of 200 preliminary tests, Pennsylvania’s acting physician general said Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Stephen Ostroff explained...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Pennsylvania Department of Health made available Monday the results of tuberculosis testing completed for 200 people at Chambersburg Area Senior High School. The school and health department informed families last week of a confirmed case of...
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Birth A daughter, Elliana Penelope Hissong, was born to Dan and Alisha Hissong of Boyne City Jan. 3, 2012, at Charlevoix Area Hospital. Elliana weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces at birth. Her sibling is Ava Piper Hissong. Grandparents are Robin and Jim Berry of...
A doctor charged last month in Utah on murder charges in Elkton waived extradition on Monday and will be flown back to Maryland, according to authorities. Dr. Nicola I. Riley, 46, had been held without bail in a Salt Lake County jail. She is charged with...
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