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  1. 2015 IBU Cups 7 and 8 Showcase the World's Best BiathletesRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    ... living, education and training expenses to help them focus on their pursuit of excellence. -- Biathlon Canada, a non-profit organization, is the national governing body for the sport of biathlon in this country. "It is such a great opportunity for ...

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    18 hrs ago | The Coastal Courier

    To settle a class-action lawsuit that alleged LinkedIn failed to protect the passwords and private information of its premium subscriber customers, the company has agreed to pay $1.25 - or about $1 each - million to approximately 800,000 people who were premium users of the social media network between March 2006 and June 2012. The case dates back to June, 2012 when LinkedIn premium user Katie Szpyrka sued LinkedIn after the social network reported that 6.5 million hashed user passwords were published online.

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  3. Apple, Yahoo, eBay, Zynga, Genentech bus drivers vote to unionize...Read the original story

    18 hrs ago | Techmeme

    Apple, Yahoo, eBay, Zynga, Genentech bus drivers vote to unionize - Bus drivers who herd employees to and from the offices of Apple, Yahoo, eBay, Zynga and Genentech voted to join the powerful Teamsters union Friday. - Shuttle drivers employed by Compass Transportation voted 104-38 Tech Talent for Good launches - Microsoft launches a new volunteer program that matches tech expertise from Microsoft employees with nonprofit IT needs, while company employees raise a record-breaking $117M in 2014.

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  4. Good for the - sole' - Winograd K-8 School students in Greeley help...Read the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Greeley Tribune

    In addition to shoes, Sole Hope is a nonprofit that provides medical clinics and education to kids in Africa. To help support its cause or to learn more, go to www.solehope.org/get-involved/ For Abby Weaver and Eliana Mascarenas, sixth graders at Winograd K-8 School, turning old jeans into pairs of shoes was the easy part of their Sole Hope project.

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  5. Net-ism: Fiber copulation and content discriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    ... the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has decided to basically play possum on this issue, there are some non-profit organizations poised to tackle this problem head on. Oakland, California is home to two of these organizations. Media Alliance, ...

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  6. Skiers, snowboarders go airborne for a cause at Mahwah's Campgaw MountainRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com

    They call it "shredding," and that's what 25 thrill-seeking skiers and snowboarders did at Campgaw Mountain on Saturday - turning Bergen County's lone ski hill into a showcase for their gravity-defying talents. Eric Feick, 23, the supervisor of Campgaw's terrain park, organized the event, gathering sponsors and prizes, and raised $650 for Solid Foundation, a non-profit that wants to build a combination skate park-youth center in North Jersey.

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  7. Grand Eastonian to break even for first timeRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    The Grand Eastonian in Easton is adding new rooms, a move that organizers believe could push it into financial viability for the first time since they bought it in 2000. The Grand Eastonian in Easton is adding new rooms, a move that organizers believe could push it into financial viability for the first time since they bought it in 2000.

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  8. AG still reviewing Missoula Community Medical Center saleRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | KFBB

    State Attorney General Tim Fox says he needs more time to analyze how to use the proceeds from the $65 million sale of Missoula's Community Medical Center. His spokesman John Barnes tells Montana Public Radio that the review of where the money from the sale should go should be complete by March 13. Because Montana hospital was a nonprofit sold to a for-profit partnership, money from the sale by law has to be used for similar charitable purposes.

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  9. Kitty Hawk man, volunteers help those in needRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Virginian-Pilot

    Shelby Hines had just finished replacing the front door on Natia Patterson's mobile home when he asked to wash his hands. Patterson agreed, but she told him the only running water was in her bathtub.

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  10. Rogers car auction generates $9.5 million, most will go to educationRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | KVBC-TV Las Vegas

    A bittersweet feeling is hitting auto museum curator Mike Pratt today. The Jim and Beverly Rogers antique car collection he helped curate was auctioned off to bidders from across the country today.

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  11. Newton mayor seeks other sites for MassChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Boston.com

    Newton Mayor Setti Warren is optimistic that he can bring the startup accelerator MassChallenge to the city, despite scrapping his original plan to house a group of the program's entrepreneurs in the old Newton Centre library in response to opposition from a number of aldermen. "We are actively looking at really exciting alternative sites," Warren said last week, adding that both city and privately owned properties in all parts of Newton are being considered.

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  12. Students think Plumpy'Nut Challenge can match Ice BucketRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    ... starvation around the world? Some University of Rhode Island (URI) students think it can. After they visited the non-profit organization Edesia , which produces life-saving food for infants, they came up with a plan. They are launching the ...

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  13. Chocolate Lover's Affair set for March 6Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

    The Morgan County Family Center will have its annual Fundraiser, a Chocolate Lover's Affair this coming Friday, March 6, at the Country Steak-Out. The Morgan County Family Center is a nonprofit organization providing family advocacy, parent education, child-care resource and referral and access to health to individuals and families.

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  14. Caring Ministries gets $40K Daniels Fund grantRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Fort Morgan Times

    Not long ago, Caring Ministries of Morgan County received what amounted to its largest single grant of 2014: $40,000 from the Daniels Fund. And while that may seem like a lot of money, the problem is that it has already been used up, according to Caring Ministries Executive Director Debora Beck-Massey.

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  15. The month we celebrate womenRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat

    Compared to our bemoaning of the continuing California drought, the inability of Congress to find agreement on anything let alone whether it should continue funding Homeland Security, or even whether Woodland's Main Street should be closed for a month, Women's History Month may seem insignificant. It's not, particularly here in Woodland and Yolo County, where women have played such strong roles in business, agriculture, politics and our culture.

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  16. L.V. chapter of National Football Foundation celebrates 55th annual awards banquetRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Morning Call

    Mike Johnson of Emmaus is congratulated by coach Woody Hayes of Ohio State and Vincent J. "Pat"A Pazzetti of the Lehigh Valley Chapter on being selected 1963 Scholastic-Athlete of the Year. Mike Johnson of Emmaus is congratulated by coach Woody Hayes of Ohio State and Vincent J. "Pat"A Pazzetti of the Lehigh Valley Chapter on being selected 1963 Scholastic-Athlete of the Year.

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  17. Seattle targets inequality, this time on public transitRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Honolulu Advertiser

    SEATAC, Wash.>> On Sunday, the county transit system for the Seattle metropolitan area began hurtling down a road that few cities have traveled before: pricing tickets based on passengers' income. The project, which is being closely watched around the nation, gives discounts on public transportation to people whose household income is no more than 200 percent of the federal poverty level - for instance, $47,700 or less for a family of four under the 2014 guidelines.

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  18. Ways to make a kitchen more germ-freeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Daily Herald

    Even the tidiest kitchens might be harboring harmful bacteria, and often where they're least expected. Paying more attention to a few often-overlooked places can help keep your household safer, experts say.

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  19. Oklahoma nonprofit briefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NewsOK.com

    The 11th Annual Friendship Dinner and Awards Ceremony will be held April 7 at the Tower Hotel, 3233 Northwest Expressway. It will benefit the YWCA Oklahoma City's domestic violence-related service and programs.

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  20. Op-ed: Are You a Public Servant? Then Serve the PublicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Advocate

    If you're a public servant, you don't get to choose which parts of your job you will do and which you won't. If an action falls within your job responsibilities and scope of duties, you have to do it unless you've been granted an accommodation due to a disability.

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