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CORRECTIONS AND CLARIFICATIONS: Oct. 30 issue

-Viewpoints printed in the Oct. 30 edition on Page 3 that RCC Police Chief Jim Miyashiro was presenting the 2014 Clery Report to the RCCD Board of Trustees Nov. 247 more words

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Oct 30, 2014 Sofitel Hotel ~ VIP and Sofitel Wine Days

THURSDAY   |  THE SOFITEL


17th & SAMSON. FRENCH QUARTER.   Thursday evening for the “Oenophiles, Wine Connoisseurs, Aspiring Experts, and Inquisitive Imbibers”-Enjoying a month of French Wine at… 50 more words

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Sarah And Vinnie’s Classic Secret Show Podcast: 10.30.2014

Secret Show Podcast for October 30th, 2014

Once the secret is really out, what’s wrong with telling it again?! Check out some “Classic” Sarah & Vinnie Secret Show Podcasts! 101 more words

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Sarah And Vinnie's Full Show Podcast: 10.30.2014

Sarah And Vinnie’s Full Show Podcast: 10.30.2014

Today on Sarah and Vinnie’s Full Show Podcast:

6-7am -Bruce Jenner talks about his wang, Kris Jenner is trying to hook herself up with a dating show, the amazing San Francisco Giants, and common lies guys tell on first dates! 374 more words

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Sarah And Vinnie’s Lost 30 Podcast: 10.30.2014

Today’s Lost 30 …

Hooman on the street to cover the World Series Win, and ways other people celebrated the big win!

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US envoy: World must do more to fight Ebola Associated Press 41 minutes ago     The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power speaks during a lecture regarding the Ebola virus at the Residence Palace in Brussels on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Power, who recently traveled to the Ebola-infected countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, is trying to draw support for more international aid in the stricken areas. (AP Photo/Virginia Mayo) . View gallery . . Related Stories US official: Welcome home medics fighting Ebola Associated Press Pledges to U.N. fund to fight Ebola more than double to $50 mln Reuters U.S. envoy in West Africa to see how world failing in Ebola fight Reuters Obama To Ask Congress For Additional Funding To Fight Ebola: Report Huffington Post USAID says Ebola nations following right approach Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) — The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, returning from a visit to West Africa, which has been struggling with the world's worst Ebola outbreak, says the world must do more to confront "the greatest public health crisis ever." Ambassador Samantha Power said Thursday that efforts by the United States and other countries to combat the spread of the deadly virus have begun to bear fruit but that "we each have to dig deeper." Without naming them, she said some nations had yet to shoulder their fair burden in the battle against Ebola. Power spoke to an audience in Brussels after visiting the three countries hardest-hit by Ebola — Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea —earlier this week.