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  1. United States Seeking Help to Prevent Being ConqueredRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | PR Log

    America needs your help to ward off 11 other nations who are descending upon Miami this July. Do you know any female at college who plays basketball, volleyball, soccer or into track and field? HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.

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  2. National Association of Distinguished Professionals Selects Aileen...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 27, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    MIAMI, FL, June 27, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Aileen Nunez, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Famwell Healing Center and Famwell Mediation Group, has been recognized as a Distinguished Professional in her field through the National Association of Distinguished Professionals. Aileen Nunez will be featured in the upcoming edition of the NADP Women of Distinction Magazine in 2015.

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  3. St. James Coffee: Brew Ha Ha Mardi GrasRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Post-Bulletin

    The best seats in the house Tuesday for the men's runway show by Public School weren't seats at all. And they weren't in the house.

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  4. Showcase Your Brand to 20 Million Female AthletesRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | PR Log

    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. - Feb. 2, 2016 - PRLog -- 20 million people in 70 countries do one thing that unites them not just as women, but also as female athletes.

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  5. Notice given to Menil-area apartment dwellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Houston Chronicle

    Residents of the Richmond Square Apartments were given notice that a portion of the affordable complex in Montrose would be torn down as part of a master-plan for the Menil area. The apartments are owned by the Menil Collection and the area will become a park.

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  6. Dr. Carmen Fernandez Joins Physicians' Primary Care of Southwest FloridaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | PR Log

    ... medicine office at 7381 College Parkway, Suite 110. She is accepting new patients. She graduate of Saint Thomas University in Miami, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology and was on the Dean's List. Dr. Fernandez earned her ...

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  7. St. Thomas University student wins student journalism awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 31 | CBC News

    Sean McCullum has won the John H. MacDonald award for social media for his work as multimedia editor at The Brunswickan student newspaper. The fourth-year journalism student at St. Thomas University won the national student newspaper award for his work in redesigning UNB's student paper website and increasing its social media presence.

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  8. Former area priest, Archbishop of Regina diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Sackville Tribune-Post

    Daniel Bohan, Archbishop of the Diocese of Regina and a former parish priest at St. Clements Roman Catholic Church in Port Elgin and St. Bartholomew's Church in Melrose in the 1970s and 80s, died last week at the age of 74 after a long battle with cancer. PHOTO SUBMITTED He was a pleasure to be around and he always seemed to know the right thing to say at the right time.

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  9. Hall named new director of Boys and Girls Club of Charlotte CountyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Coast Guide

    Kathy Bockus St. Stephen When Jessica Hall was in Grade 6 she became a member of the Boys and Girls Club of Charlotte County. This month she was chosen as the club's new executive director.

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  10. MUN students' union pulling potato chipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Western Star

    The union representing striking Covered Bridge Potato Chips employees is cheering the Memorial University of Newfoundland Students' Union for reportedly halting its business with the company. According to the United Food and Commercial Workers , representing employees with the New Brunswick snack manufacturer, the local students' union has said it is putting business with the chip company on hold, until ongoing negotiations for Covered Bridge workers are concluded.

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  11. Students join boycott of Covered Bridge Potato ChipsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Sys-Con Media

    The Memorial University of Newfoundland Students' Union , which owns an on-campus convenience store called The Attic, has told Covered Bridge Potato Chips owner Ryan Albright in recent letter that it has discontinued business with the chip company until the striking workers and members of UFCW Local 1288P "are valued and respected" through the successful resolution of negotiations. And in New Brunswick, the United Campus Labour Council at St. Thomas University, which includes the Union of Graduate Student Workers and several other affiliates, has also sent a letter that puts Mr. Albright on notice by "supporting a boycott of all Covered Bridge Potato Chip Products."

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  12. In Uber legislation, an end to county training for taxi driversRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | The Miami Herald

    Taxis wait in a holding area at Miami International Airport, Tuesday, Aug. 25, 2015, in Miami. Taxis could see some regulation lifted if Miami-Dade legalizes Uber.

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  13. Syrians are 'escaping great terror,' refugee saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | CBC News

    Layla Rahmeh said she had a good life and a top job before she was forced to leave Syria four years ago because of the civil war. A Syrian refugee, who fled her war-torn country more than three years ago, is now helping the latest round of refugees adjust to living in Canada.

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  14. New Brunswick police problems are eroding public confidence: professorRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 9 | Yorkton This Week & Enterprise

    At least 16 New Brunswick police officers have been suspended or fired in the past year, and a criminology professor says it is eroding public confidence in police forces. "It is going to take time to see how deep that erosion is but it certainly raises doubts in the public's minds how much trust and faith we can put in our frontline officers," said Michael Boudreau, who teaches at St. Thomas University in Fredericton.

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  15. MacKinnon boys playing on same ice on same day for first time in yearsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 8 | The Guardian

    Brothers Ryan, left, and Carson MacKinnon will both play today at the Eastlink Centre as part of Hockey Day in P.E.I. The Charlottetown Islanders fan choice awards were handed out Monday night. Some of the winners, from left, are Ryan MacKinnon, defensive player of the year; Mason McDonald, most valuable player; and Daniel Sprong, offensive player of the year.

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  16. New Brunswick police problems are eroding public confidence: professorRead the original story

    Friday Jan 8 | 680News

    At least 16 New Brunswick police officers have been suspended or fired in the past year, and a criminology professor says it is eroding public confidence in police forces. "It is going to take time to see how deep that erosion is but it certainly raises doubts in the public's minds how much trust and faith we can put in our frontline officers," said Michael Boudreau, who teaches at St. Thomas University in Fredericton.

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  17. Almost half billion US dollars laundered in Trinidad and TobagoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | Caribbean News Now!

    Also, for the convenience of our readers and the online community generally, we have reproduced the complete Caribbean Net News archives from 2004 to 2010 here . The Caribbean is especially vulnerable to rising sea levels brought about by global warming.

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  18. A new grandchild, mindfulness & arts celebration: CEOs get ready for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 1, 2016 | The Miami Herald

    Brian Brackeen, founder and chief executive officer of Kairos.com, a facial recognition company. Kairos was selected by the Wall Street Journal as one of the top 25 startups in the country in 2013.

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  19. Investigation of police officer in Oland murder case underway: commissionRead the original story

    Dec 21, 2015 | Lethbridge Herald

    The investigation of a high-ranking member of the Saint John Police Force has begun in the wake of the Dennis Oland murder trial - but one expert says the force's handling of the crime scene should be put under the microscope as well. Michael Boudreau, an associate professor of criminology at St. Thomas University in Fredericton, said some tough questions have been raised about the investigation of Richard Oland's bludgeoning death in July 2011.

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  20. City of Topeka hires Amy Hugunin as new executive assistant to city manager Jim ColsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 21, 2015 | The Capital-Journal

    The city of Topeka announced Monday it had hired Kansas City, Mo., native Amy Hugunin, assistant to the manager of a town in Florida, as executive aide to Topeka city manager Jim Colson. Hugunin starts work Jan. 18 and will be paid $61,000 a year.

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