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May07 2008 12 Comments Scott-TheBrewClub So its almost Ocho de Mayo (I forgot how 7 is said in Spanish) and I’m still trying to finish all of the Mexican beers that The Brew Club exchanged last week for the Cinco de Mayo beer reviews ! I think its better actually to slow down the beer reviewing schedule. Its hard to write something useful and coherent after drinking some of this stuff! Today’s Mexican beer review is Dos Equis Amber.

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WILLIAMSON - The much anticipated Mingo Child Advocacy Center (CAC) held their ribbon cutting ceremony Friday, October 10 with about 100 attendees. The new center is located in the Community Agency Building at 815 Alderson Street in Williamson. Executive Director, Beth Cook hosted the event and grand opening guest speakers included Congressman Nick Rahall, West Virginia Legislature Senator Art Kirkendoll, West Virginia Legislature Delegate Harry Keith White, Mingo County Commission President Hootie Smith and Mingo County Prosecutor Teresa Maynard.

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Fair Work Australia is set to begin operation in the Northern Territory from 1 July 2009. Fair Work Australia will be a modern accessible body to support the commencement of the new workplace relations laws and will have the power to vary awards, make minimum wage orders, approve agreements, determine unfair dismissal claims and help employees and employers resolve disputes in the workplace. With the commencement of Fair Work Australia theOffice of the NT Workplace Advocate will cease operations from 30 June 2009.

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July 17 2014 3:00 AM ET Illustration by Lauren Simkin Berke My education in what it means to be a working trans woman began in April 1997, the moment I told my boss that I planned to transition from male to female and would soon begin coming to work as a woman. One minute I was a trusted, reliable employee on the management promotion shortlist, the next I was an unwanted problem who had to be fired for insubordination.

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Our specialty is helping injured federal employees who have sustained job related injuries or who have off the job injuries that are aggravated by their employment, as well as those federal employees who have occupational diseases or illness caused or aggravated by their job. We are not lawyers but we are a reasonably-priced alternative to legal representation. And we return your phone calls too! We can help the injured federal worker navigate through the maze of complexities that is the Department of Labor’s Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs.

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Written by Margaret Spence | February 14, 2011 | 3 I’ve attended countless mediation’s in my years as an adjuster and now as a risk management consultant – the one question that keeps nagging me is: who’s really advocating for the injured worker? This may seem like a loaded question coming from a consultant whose only goal is minimizing my client’s exposure to litigation. But really, let’s ask the question – Who is in the injured workers corner? Is it family members, friends, doctors, attorneys, employers? The answer – no one, injured workers are often standing alone making poor decisions driven by poor advice, ulterior motivation or a false sense of financial gain.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014 MIAT - who will lead? MIAT = Major Investigations Assistance Team Who will lead MIAT? Undersheriff Andy Zinke has been the titular head of MIAT, a County-wide task force of specialists from a number of police agencies. Why do I ask this question now? There were four homicides in May-June 2011 that were in the McHenry County Sheriff's Department jurisdiction.

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Amelia Bloomer's magazine, The Lily advocated a new outfit for women, consisting of a loose top, long pantaloons, and a knee-length dress. While some reformers adopted the costume, many were afraid that it would bring riducule to the cause and began wearing more traditional clothes by the 1850s. Although women had many moral obligations and duties in the home, church and community, they had few political and legal rights in the new republic.

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Health Advocate is pleased to make available a free booklet entitled, Your Guide to Breast Health: Facts, Tips And Key Questions You Should Know To Ask. We offer this Guide in partnership with HealthyWomen, the nation’s leading independent health information source for women, as a valuable resource on breast health, including breast cancer, along with early detection and screening guidelines.

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There are few events in your life that are more traumatic and stressful than a divorce. You feel as though, somehow, you have disappointed your family, your children, possibly your estranged husband, and definitely yourself. You are on an emotional roller coaster that has significant family and legal consequences. Recognizing that your marriage has come to an end and moving towards a divorce are difficult steps for you to take.

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