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Utah Nurse Receives $500,000

We all remember back in July of this year where a nurse was arrested for refusing to take blood from an unconscious man. The nurse was released less than an hour later and never charged. On November 1st, the nurse and her attorney reached a settlement with the city and university that owns the hospital for $500,000. The University of Utah is splitting the costs of settlement with the city after it was found that university officers failed to resolve the situation or defend the nurse from being arrested.

9th Annual Community Baby Shower

This year will be the 9th Annual Community Baby Shower hosted by the Marion County Family Resource Network. Each year this community baby shower has been held to assist new and expecting mothers with baby supplies. The shower will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2017.

In the News: Labor Day Safety

This weekend is the last weekend of summer for most Americans. Many will hit the road to take one last trip during the long weekend. With more people on the road, safety becomes even more important to drivers. The National Safety Council estimates over 400 people will be killed and another 48,000+ will be seriously injured this weekend.

In the News: Labor Day History

The Labor Day holiday developed in the late 19th century by an organized labor movement in New York City. The Central Labor Union in New York City celebrated the first Labor Day holiday on September 5, 1882. The union urged other organizations to do the same to celebrate a "workingmen's holiday". It gives workers a day of rest and celebrates their contribution to the American economy. Oregon was the first state to make it a holiday in 1887. In 1894, Labor Day became a celebrated holiday in 30 states. Later that year, President Grover Cleveland established Labor Day as a federal holiday after the events of the Pullman Strike.

Immunization Awareness

Are you ready to school to start? Make sure your child's vaccines are up to date. West Virginia state law requires proof of certain vaccines before a child can be entered into day care or kindergarten. Getting vaccinated at the right age is something that parents are responsible for to protect their child from diseases or illnesses. At all ages of childhood, from day care to college age, parents should check their child's vaccination history to see if anything is out of date.

Early Voting in West Virginia Has Begun

"The vote is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man for breaking down injustice and destroying the terrible walls which imprison men because they are different from other men"  Lyndon B. Johnson, 36th President, United States

Summit Park Volunteer Fire Department investigated by Fire Commission

The Summit Park Volunteer Fire Department in Harrison County, West Virginia, is being investigated to determine if the fire department is in compliance with state law. The investigation was requested by the family of the late Nutter Fort volunteer firefighter, Michael Garrett. Garrett was killed February 1, 2014, while responding to a communications tower collapse in the Summit Park area.

Company involved in fatal collapse received prior citations

S & S Communications, one of the companies involved in the February 1, 2014 cell-phone tower collapse was previously cited by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration in 2009 after an employee fell to his death.

Explosion in Ritchie County leaves one dead

A man is dead and several others injured after an explosion occurred in Ritchie County Monday night. The explosion was reported to 911 just before 10:30 p.m. on East Myles Avenue in Pennsboro, West Virginia. Four fire departments responded to the scene to battle the blaze from the explosion which was under control by 3 a.m. The body of the man killed in the explosion has been sent to the state medical examiner's office in Charleston according to reports from state police. The state police have not yet made a determination as to the cause of the blast.


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