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KING5.comSeward Park starts neighborhood emergency preparedness planKING5.comResidents met with a city of Seattle emergency management expert to start an action plan and collaborate with their neighbors. If a massive earthquake hits Seattle, experts say you need to be prepared to be on your own for ...
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CBS Miami4 Hurricanes Players Land On Preseason All-ACC TeamCBS MiamiRichards set the Hurricanes freshman receiving record and led the team with 934 receiving yards on 49 receptions, second-most among all pass-catchers. Walton shined in his first season as the Hurricanes' starting running back in 20...
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State Of The UMiami Hurricanes Football: RB Mark Walton named to Doak Walker Award watch listState Of The UCORAL GABLES, Fla. – Junior Mark Walton was named to the watch list for the 2017 Doak Walker Award honoring the nation's top running back, the PwC SMU Athletic Forum announced Thursday. Walton ...
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New Regional Emergency Management Coordinator HiredCharlottesville TomorrowThe Charlottesville/UVA/Albemarle County Emergency Communications Center is pleased to announce that Ms. Allison Farole has been hired as the new Regional Emergency Management Coordinator for the City of Charlottesville, Univ...
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Palm Beach Post (blog)Miami Hurricanes football: Will Mark Walton have to carry UM's offense in 2017?Palm Beach Post (blog)The Hurricanes, who had enviable depth in the backfield entering last year, lost two would-be seniors afterward. Each left for their own reasons, and each left a final year at M...
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The Ridgefield PressDick Aarons named emergency management directorThe Ridgefield PressDick Aarons, the town's deputy emergency manager for the last seven years, was formally appointed to emergency management director at last week's Board of Selectmen meeting. “The primary function of the town's Off...
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Mother Earth NewsHow Natural Disasters Make Entire Counties PoorerMother Earth NewsIt's no secret that areas affected by natural disasters such as hurricanes deal with damages that can total billions of dollars. However, recent long-term research indicates that natural disasters have a much greater ...
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The TennesseanFairview dives into Splish! Splash! Fitness!The Tennessean“Working out in the water is one of the most therapeutic activities one can take part in,” explained instructor Linda Nims, who has been teaching fitness classes in Fairview for more than eight years. “Water aerobics builds card...
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