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IURC Nominating Committee Sends Three Candidates to Holcomb

first_imgThe Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) Nominating Committee has submitted three nominees for consideration by Gov. Eric J. Holcomb for appointment to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission.Those three nominees are:Stefanie Krevda, IURC Executive Director of External AffairsMarcus Turner, IURC Principal Analyst of Water and Wastewater DivisionTristan Vance, Indiana Office of EnergyThe nominating committee interviewed seven candidates and nominated these three candidates to fill the current vacancy on the IURC created the expiration of Angela Weber’s term. Gov. Holcomb may select one of the three nominees to serve on the commission.Members of the nominating committee are Committee Chairman Allen Paul, Mike Micka, Paul Okeson, Bill Davis, Jeb Bardon, Greg Server and Jonathan Little.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Health Ministry Urges Medical Directors to Accept ‘Patients’

first_imgThe Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) has urged over 200 medical directors from hospitals and clinics across the Liberia to accept patients and not turn them down.This call is coming in the wake of constant media reports that hospitals and major health facilities were allegedly rejecting patients showing certain symptoms that might somewhat look like the deadly Ebola Virus disease (EVD).At the weekly press briefing held by the Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism (MICAT) Thursday, July 17, the Assistant Health Minister for Preventive Services, Mr. Tolbert G. Nyenswah, confirmed that some healthcare delivery institutions were rejecting patients without diagnosing the case of those patients fearing that they (patients) had come in with the EVD. “This has grabbed our attention at the Ministry,” Min. Nyenswah stated.  He maintained that JFK, Phebe Hospital, Redemption Hospital, St. Joseph Catholic Hospital, among others, have committed themselves to supporting the fight against the spread of the virus.Nyenswah said at the end of their meeting with the health facilities’ medical directors, they assured the Minister of Health and Social Welfare that they will not reject any patient seeking medical treatments at their facilities.Speaking on related Ebola developments, he disclosed that 11 persons, including health petitioners, who had been tested positive with the virus, which has a case fatality rate of 90 percent, have been released from isolated areas and reunited in their communities after they repeatedly tested negative of the Ebola.The Asst. Health Minister also told the press conference, which is broadcast live, that to date, there is no vaccine or cure for the deadly Ebola virus, which has now added Bong County to its list of casualties.The four new Ebola cases reported in the country are in Bong, and it is among health workers, who are on the frontline fighting to save the lives of sick people. Among the four, one has so far been confirmed positive as having the virus.The Bong outbreak now brings the total number of persons that have fallen prey to the virus to 73 since the outbreak was reported in March.From that number, at least 54 persons have died and included in that number are 11 health workers, according to the Ministry’s Situation Report on the outbreak in the country.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Speed Skating Provincials underway at the Enerplex

first_imgWe will have more detailed results once the meet wraps up on Sunday. The competition will continue on Sunday starting bright and early at 8am. Photo:  A shot from the 800m Male Midget race Saturday – Amber Davy/Energeticcity.caThe first sanctioned event on the Enerplex oval started Saturday morning in Fort St. John.- Advertisement -The BC Provincial speed-skating championships will see around 130 skaters from all over the province attend. In an interview earlier this week, Meet Co-ordinator Dee-Ann Stickel said “We’re very excited about hosting it” she says.   “It’s a beautiful facility, and we can’t wait to show it off.”Below are the results based on the sub total of points in each division after day 1.Master Male – Mitch GriffinMaster Female – Sandra SulymaInt Male – Jamie InglisJuvenile Male- Aedan GriffinJuvenile Female – Hilary DesmaraisJuvenile Male – Mitchell McCulloughJuvenile Female – Sara SpenceMidget Male- Eric SpenceMidget Fem – Sarah GrahamBantam Male – Nicolas AwankBantam Female –  Dana CoulterPeewee Male – Joshua TelizynPeewee Female – Yuna LovellAdvertisementlast_img read more

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