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By Melissa Evans Frustrated and angry, county leaders told health department officials Tuesday they want a clearer plan and faster progress in ensuring that nurses are competent at all public hospitals and that employees with criminal backgrounds are weeded out.
By DAN BENSON Port Washington -- The Ozaukee County Board voted 28-2 Wednesday to borrow $10 million to build an assisted living center next to Lasata Care Center in Cedarburg, hoping that revenue from the new facility will knock the county-owned nursing home off the tax roll.
By Cathy Locke, The Sacramento Bee, Calif. Aug. 7--El Dorado County officials have decided to make a fresh start in fashioning a plan to manage the county's natural resources.
By Nate Delesline Iii, Culpeper Star-Exponent, Va. Aug.
By Steve Woodhouse, Pella Chronicle, Iowa Aug. 1--The Marion County Board of Supervisors met Wednesday morning in special session to finalize the contract with VanderWilt Construction for the courthouse window project. VanderWilt was the low bidder and awarded the contract on July 14.
By Miller, Brian K Nicols, Kay McGlashan Organizational politics are complex phenomena, particularly because their existence is interpreted through the perceptions of individual organizational members.
By Jason Riley HENDERSON, Ky. -- Wesley Neal Higdon called his girlfriend from work Tuesday night to tell her he was going to kill his supervisor.
By Shelley Nelson, The Daily Telegram, Superior, Wis. Jun. 20--Douglas County has an idea for combating invasive species in inland lakes.
By Bill Barclay LONDON (Reuters) - Lleyton Hewitt reached his fourth final at the Stella Artois grasscourt championships with a controversial 6-3 3-6 6-2 victory over Briton Tim Henman on Saturday.
- An armed gangster.