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Regence and DispatchHealth join forces to provide hospital-level home care

DENVER and SEATTLE, July 13, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Regence BlueShield has partnered with DispatchHealth, a leading home health care provider, to provide Regence members with an advanced level of home health care. This innovative partnership is now available to Regence members in Pierce County, Washington, with plans to …

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Farrell and Ball Renewed to MU Board of Directors | New

HUNTINGTON – West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has reappointed Patrick Farrell and Shawn Ball to the Marshall University Board of Governors. Farrell, of Huntington, is the owner and president of Service Pump and Supply. He was re-elected by the members of the board of directors to the post of president. …

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No US force plans Haiti, but helps send assassination investigation | Voice of America

Since Washington-The United States has not developed a military plan against Haiti after asking Haiti to send troops after the assassination of President Jovenel Moise. Haiti is deploying troops to protect key infrastructure during a conversation between Acting Haitian Prime Minister Claude Joseph and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken …

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ODOT says noise barrier is not designed for impact like fatal accident

A young woman was killed and two others were seriously injured on Wednesday when a noise-reduction wall panel fell on top of a car in a single-vehicle traffic accident on Interstate 71 north near the highway 161, Columbus police reported on Friday. Police say Kayleeana Pannell, 18, of South Linden, …

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Eagle family takes flight after surviving predator attack

The Donahue family, visiting their summer home on Clear Lake near Glen, found the two flightless eagles with obvious injuries on June 21. MNR Conservation Officer Lieutenant Robert Gorecki responded to capture the birds and bring them to Wild and Free Wildlife Rehabilitation at Care Garrison. RELATED: Raptor Rescue: Neighbors …

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Bangalore Expedition

A startup founder, who hasn’t slept much all week, woke up on a recent Sunday to a phone call from his co-founder. A senior engineer was feeling exhausted and was considering leaving. For the founder, who had scheduled several calls with many of Silicon Valley’s top investors later in the …

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Column: Thinking about the act of putting

We all know this term, right? It means moving aimlessly, ideally while working on something, but in a random fashion. Empty the dishwasher, but do not fill it as you have noticed that the plants above the kitchen sink need to be watered. Watering plants is pretty crazy work, so …

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Expedition reporter Holly Zachariah listens to those who go unheard

I am a Metro Desk / Features reporter at the Columbus Dispatch and will be celebrating my 21st birthday in August. Most of my career at The Dispatch, I have spent in the state office covering rural western and southern Ohio. I also manage our internship program. Supervising young journalists, …

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Shipment of coronavirus to India: Covaxin 77.8% effective, according to Bharat Biotech

Over 44,000 new cases reported India reported 44,111 new coronavirus infections on Saturday, bringing the cumulative number of cases to 30.5 million, according to data from the central health ministry. The country has recorded 738 deaths from the pandemic, bringing the death toll to 401,050. The number of active cases …

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Gaskin calls for unity in first speech as mayor of Columbus

Keith Gaskin pledged to pursue responsibility and embrace change after being sworn in as mayor of Columbus on Thursday in front of a large crowd at the downtown Trotter Convention Center. “It’s easy to agree on the big picture,” he said. “We want our public schools to thrive. We need …

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