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While most theater practitioners gravitate from show to show, venue to venue, a few may be found putting in years of artistic labor on behalf of one specific producing organization. Two such individuals are spotlighted this week. The Costa Mesa...
Bob Hiltermann was four years old when he lost his hearing to spinal meningitis, but another six years would pass before anyone around him would discover he was deaf. He was 10 when a teacher debunked his family’s assumption that he was “...
Tags: Meningitis, Gallaudet University, High Schools, Music, Schools
Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. Small BusinessAdministration has approved issuing low-interest loans to Alaska businesses and residents affected by September’s storms and flooding in the state, following a state request for assistance. The loans, announced by SBA...
Tags: Business, Sean Parnell, FEMA, Finance
The Hartford CourantLanding a spot 50 feet from the outdoor stage is a summer-concert coup. But what if the headliners are the Jackhammers, real-life pneumatic tools blasting 95 decibels toward your eardrums? Music to your ears? Of course not. You're already packing up,...
Two teachers from our viewing area have been selected as regional teachers of the year. Roanoke City Public Schools teacher Tracey Nielsen has been selected as the 2013 Region 6 Teacher of the Year, and Bedford County Public Schools teacher David Webb...
KY3 offers close captioning for our deaf and hearing impaired viewers. We are the only station to provide live closed captioning during our 5pm, 6pm and 10pm newscasts. Severe weather cut-ins are live closed captioned on KY3 and The Ozarks CW. ...
Tags: The CW (tv network)
Premium Health News ServiceYou're not alone if you have trouble hearing and you're not doing anything about it. An estimated 27 million Americans could benefit from the use of hearing aids but aren't currently using them, according to a recent study in the Archives of Internal...
WGNO NewsSeptember 3, 2012 5:26 PM The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development's (DOTD) Crescent City Connection Division (CCCD) resumed ferry service at its Lower Algiers/Chalmette route yesterday. The ferry is currently operating on its normal 6:...
Tags: Condos and Houses, Entergy Corporation, Business, FEMA, Rentals
Northern State University sophomore Melaney Maag was enjoying the weather Monday morning as she walked across the campus greens. The 20-year-old student was dressed in a long-sleeved shirt, yoga pants and moccasin slippers. She said she was trying to...
WGNO NewsSeptember 4, 2012 6:08 PM EINSTEIN CHARTER SCHOOL TO RE-OPEN TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Please announce: Students should report for school at Einstein Elementary Charter School tomorrow, Wednesday, September 5 by 8am. --------------------...
Tags: Condos and Houses, Dialysis, Mitch Landrieu, Nutrition, Charity
The Burbank Police Department has announced plans to begin offering its community academy program -- a behind-the-scenes look at police operations -- for Armenian-language speakers and the hearing impaired. “Our administration is trying to open...
Area high school students are back home after participating in a national career exploration camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing students at Rochester Institute of Technology. More than 200 students from as far away as Hawaii participated. Area...
Jan 2, 2013 |Story| HB Independent
Nov 30, 2012 |Story| Burbank Leader
Dec 18, 2012 |Story| KTUU
Jun 22, 2012 |Column| Hartford Courant
Sep 13, 2012 |Story| WDBJ7
Sep 6, 2012 |Story| KY3-TV
Sep 5, 2012 |Story| Tribune Media Services
Sep 3, 2012 |Story| WGNO-LTV
Oct 2, 2012 |Story| Aberdeen News
Sep 4, 2012 |Story| WGNO-LTV
Nov 8, 2012 |Story| Burbank Leader
Sep 2, 2012 |Story| Herald Mail
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