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Why internal communicators need a voice with CIPR

Next week the CIPR opens the elections for Council. As Chair of CIPR Inside I currently sit on the Council but things are changing and this now needs to be a position that is voted in. 516 more words

Internal Communication

My Friend Made A Character!


She’s cute, right? If you visit the link above and vote for her, she may actually make it into a game. This would be both heckarad and a huge boon to my friend who’s recently been diving more headlong into the art-stuffs. 56 more words


'Yes' or 'No'? A Divided Scotland Confronts Independence Vote

Source: Der Spiegel, by Christoph Scheuermann, August 27, 2014

Liam Stevenson was never the type to become particularly passionate about politics. A tank truck driver in Scotland, he spent most of his free time with his wife Helen and daughter Melissa in their small house in Cumbernauld, northeast of Glasgow. 377 more words

Civil War/Unrest

Kaine urges congressional vote on U.S. action in Iraq, Syria

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) – Senator Tim Kaine is joining a growing number of lawmakers calling on a vote on U.S. military action against ISIS. 376 more words

Local News

Rob Stone's Country Showdown: Scotty McCreery Beats Joe Nichols

The Country Showdown tonight had Joe Nichols‘ “Hard To Be Cool” going for 5 in a row and a spot in the Country Showdown Hall of Fame, but  141 more words


Kansas primary election saw 20 percent turnout

TOPEKA, Kansas (AP) — Kansas officials say about 20 percent of the state’s 1.74 million registered voters took part in this month’s primary elections.

Secretary of State Kris Kobach chairs the three-member State Board of Canvassers, which certified the results of the Aug. 65 more words


Voters to Decide the Future of Cleveland Traffic Cameras in November

CLEVELAND – Cleveland voters will decide the fate of traffic cameras in the city.

The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections said Wednesday that an anti-traffic camera group has enough signatures to get issue on the November ballot. 46 more words