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Official says EPA carbon emission goals proposed for Arizona are too harsh - WMI central
WASHINGTON – Blistering summer temperatures are already hard enough on Arizona, but they could become even more of a challenge if the state is required to meet carbon emission reductions proposed by the federal government, a state official said Thursday.
APS: Balloons pose hazard to electrical grid - WMI central
WHITE MOUNTAINS — Balloons often make popular gifts, however, they can play havoc with power lines and cause power disruptions that impact thousands of homes and businesses, APS says. Mylar balloons are made of metallic material that can cause a short ...
Rural literacy initiative to benefit Apache County - WMI central
APACHE COUNTY — Apache County will benefit from a major rural literacy initiative being launched by Save the Children, in partnership with Reach Out and Read, with a new $4.2 million award from the Department of Education’s Innovative Approaches to ...
8 Tips to Selecting Colors for Your Home's Exterior - WMI central
(NewsUSA) - You've no doubt driven down a street, seen a house, and thought, "Yikes! What were they thinking?" Colors can evoke a visceral response, especially on home exteriors. At once both personal and public, colors make a first impression, can ...
Building a Better Bridge From Hospital to Home Health Care - WMI central
(NewsUSA) - There are many things that American health care professionals do well, but transitioning patients from hospital to home still isn't one of them. From anxiety about at-home care to confusion with instructions and medications, to lack of ...
Navajo-Apache-Gila oral health group: Ensure your children’s dental health - WMI central
WHITE MOUNTAIN — February marks a month-long focus on Children’s Dental Health, and the Navajo-Apache-Gila Oral Health Coalition is taking the opportunity to increase awareness of the steps families can take to ensure the health of their children’s ...
Make time for a poison risk checkup of pet’s surroundings - WMI central
Animal Poison Prevention Week, March 20-26, is a perfect time to perform a poisoning risk checkup on your pet’s surroundings. The week is part of the larger National Poison Prevention Month observance. The Arizona Veterinary Medical Association ...
Patricia Beck-Pierce - WMI central
Patricia Beck-Pierce was granted her angel wings Feb. 24 2015. Family called her Grandma Giggles because she always had a smile and a distinctive laugh that was contagious. She smiled and giggled until the very end. She loved many things, golf, beer ...
Elizabeth Ann Garlick - WMI central
Elizabeth Ann Garlick, 82, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, at her home in Vernon. She was born Feb. 8, 1933, in Bishop, Calif., to Archie Lenord Morris and Karrel Louise McCarton Morris. Elizabeth was an avid lover of all animals, especially horses. She loved ...
Jeannette ‘Jenny’ Lee Smith Brown - WMI central
Jeannette “Jenny” Lee Smith Brown entered into eternal rest Jan. 30, 2015. She was born April 26, 1988, to Eugene J. Smith and Diane H. Smith Miller in Graham County. Jenny was raised in the country along with two of her three brothers, Nathan and Jesse.
The Muslim mole - WMI central
Prior to the National Day of Prayer people had doubts of Obama’s affiliation, some anyway, but afterwards there’s no doubt because Obama is a shia Muslim. Obama’s campaign speech was revisionistic history of Christianity. However, Mafti Obama ...
RV's Allyssa Hibbetts wins Apache County Spelling Bee - WMI central
CONCHO — On Wednesday, Feb. 18, Concho Elementary School hosted its annual Apache County Spelling Bee. The county spelling bee is sponsored by the office of the Apache County Superintendent of Schools Barry Williams in St. Johns. Allyssa Hibbetts, an ...
Charles Thomas Collins III - WMI central
Charles Thomas Collins III passed peacefully Feb. 25, 2015, at his home in St. Johns surrounded by his family. He was born January 12, 1957, in Hawthorne, Calif. Having dealt with illness most of his life, he knew the value of living and shared kindness ...
Libor Garcia - WMI central
Libor Garcia was born Nov. 1, 1934, in Concho. There are few, if any, who could walk in his shoes and accomplish as much as a man, family member, husband, father, son, grandfather, great-grandfather, uncle, cousin, friend and religious example of how to ...
SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA, COUNTY OF NAVAJO CASE NO. D02014-00446 - WMI central
WARNING. THIS IS AN OFFICIAL DOCUMENT FROM THE SUPERIOR COURT THAT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. READ THIS SUMMONS CAREFULLY, IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND IT, CONTACT AN ATTORNEY FOR LEGAL ADVICE. THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO: Michael S. Harrell, the Respondent. 1.