Public Services

In uncertain times, Chileans vote with ballots and wallets

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) – Miguel Torres is the archetype of what you might call the Chilean dream. A dropout from school, he nevertheless moved beyond his working class roots through decades of economic stability and Asian tiger-like growth to build a successful career as the owner of a small outdoor …

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Illinois Secretary of State’s Office: Republican Representative Dan Brady launches campaign

State Representative Dan Brady officially launched his campaign on Wednesday to succeed outgoing Secretary of State Jesse White, vowing to make things “easier and more efficient” for Illinois and the businesses that use his services. “Cutting red tape from government, in the name of making things easier and more efficient …

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The United States was not prepared for a pandemic: Free market capitalism, deregulation could be to blame

By Elanah Uretsky, Brandeis University It is not known when the pandemic will end. What may be an even bigger question is whether the United States will be ready for the next one. The past year and a half suggests the answer might be no. As a medical anthropologist who …

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The problem with Mary’s cooking

Everything seemed to be going so well in the summer of 2019. Mary’s Kitchen, Orange’s daily hot meal supplier to the homeless, had just renewed its fourth 5-year license agreement with its owners, the City of Orange, including a rave review of the facility by city staff recommending the renewal …

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Jamestown Public Schools Appoints Tamu Graham-Reinhardt as Student Support Services Coordinator

Tamu Graham-Reinhardt Jamestown Public Schools announced the appointment of Tamu Graham-Reinhardt as coordinator of student support services. The Student Support Services Coordinator is responsible for providing expert leadership that includes monitoring and supporting a vision that encompasses a comprehensive student services plan in accordance with laws and regulations in all …

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Robert M. O’Neil, 93 years old | Daily Inter Lac

Dr. Robert “Bob” M. O’Neil, Emeritus Professor of English at California State University, Fresno and a retired new resident of his hometown of Kalispell and Lakeside, passed away peacefully on October 22, 2021, in the age of 93. Bob O’Neil, a mountain of men, spent his retirement in the Kalispell …

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