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  • The Sunday Brunch.

     
    Good Sunday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're traveling this weekend and are thus in a fairly languid state of mind. Our apologies for taking so long to deliver the usual assortment of links and odds and ends to make the weekend......
  • Army Corps of Engineers Testing New Pumping Stations

    Army Corps of Engineers Testing New Pumping Stations
    New Orleans - With hurricane season only days away, the Army Corps of Engineers wants to make sure the city's three new pumping stations are ready. Throughout the day Thursday, emergency response teams will be testing all systems, including back up...
  • Local blood centers manage the market

    Local blood centers manage the market
    SOUTH BEND -- Saving lives is a competitive business. One unit of blood can save up to three lives, but blood donation centers worry about supply and demand like any other marketer. Kay Clark-Cox, manager of blood donor recruitment at the South Bend...
  • Corps of Engineers Prepares for Record Mississippi River Flooding

    Corps of Engineers Prepares for Record Mississippi River Flooding
    This Mother's Day, the Mississippi River served as a backdrop to barbecues, picnics and fishing. But others were drawn to the river for a less joyous reason. "I used to come here all the time and I've never seen the river this high – ever," said...
  • Mississippi Flooding Covers Millions of Acres

    Mississippi Flooding Covers Millions of Acres
    Tunica, Mississippi -- The Mississippi River drew to within a finger's length of the highest level ever recorded at Greenville, Mississippi, on Tuesday as a flood of historic proportions continued to slink its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Levees along...
  • State Senator Proposing Bill To Save Adult Basic Coverage

    State Senator Proposing Bill To Save Adult Basic Coverage
    New legislation is introduced before the state capitol as 40,000 Pennsylvanians prepare to lose their state health benefits. Senator Mike Stack introducing senate Bill 420, in hopes of extending adult basic insurance for at least another year. Stack says...
  • Dieter to seek at-large South Bend Common Council seat

    Dieter to seek at-large South Bend Common Council seat
    The city’s common council president Tuesday announced he will file as an at-large candidate in this year’s elections. Derek Dieter, a Democrat, has represented the city’s 1st District, covering the city’s northwest side, since...
  • South Bend Republicans hope to win seats in May primary

    South Bend Republicans hope to win seats in May primary
    The last time the people of South Bend elected a fresh Republican face to lead their city as mayor, Studebaker was still open and the Beatles were topping the charts. But Friday, as the deadline came to file for the May primary, GOP candidates like...
  • Final flurry of South Bend candidates file

    Final flurry of South Bend candidates file
    SOUTH BEND — Part of a last-minute flurry of filings, a Latino attorney joined the city’s crowded Democratic mayoral primary field today, the deadline for candidacy declarations for the May 2 primary elections. Several common council races...
  • Newborn boy tips the scales

    Newborn boy tips the scales
    Other than a slight bit of jaundice, Lindsey Horn's new bundle of joy arrived healthy. And big. Very big. Very, very big. Newborn Connor Bridge weighed in at a whopping 13 pounds, 1 ounce, when he came into the world Dec. 2 at 11:07 a.m. at Saint...
  • U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers Prepares For Flooding and Hurricane Season

    U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers Prepares For Flooding and Hurricane Season
    As the river continues to rise, The 37th Chief Of Staff of the U.S. Army, General Martin Dempsey visited New Orleans' Bonnet Carre Spillway, Saturday morning to discuss flood control. General Dempsey said he's proud of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers...
  • Corps Begins Phase One Flood Fighting

    Corps Begins Phase One Flood Fighting
    Thursday afternoon,the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New Orleans Office announced it was activating Phase 1 of its flood fighting procedures. The Corps orders the move any time the water level on the Mississippi river exceeds the 11 foot mark at the...