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Labor Troubles Overshadow Graduation Plans at Lindbergh High

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Labor unrest in the Lindbergh School District is spilling over into plans for the high school graduation ceremonies.

More than 50 Lindbergh High School teachers who were planning to volunteer for the graduation ceremony May 31 at the Chaifetz Arena are now saying they won’t work the event for free — a sign of growing frustration over contract talks. 125 more words

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Castle: Seamus Dever, Jon Huertas and 3 Others Poised to Return for Season 9

Castle continues to lay the groundwork for the post-Beckett era.

With a formal renewal decision reportedly imminent, ABC Studios has closed a new deal with… 255 more words

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Castle's Nathan Fillion Set for Potential Season 9 After Inking New Deal

Castle has retained Castle.

Nathan Fillion has closed a deal to return for the ABC drama’s ninth season — that is if there is a ninth season. 247 more words

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10-year pay grid may become key issue in Unifor-Detroit Three contract talks

Detroit Three autoworkers in Canada are pressing their union to renegotiate the 10-year pay progression for new hires in upcoming contract negotiations, said Dino Chiodo, president of Unifor Local 444. 511 more words

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DeGrom Causing Problems for the Mets 

In order to protest against his 2016 salary, New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom is currently refusing to sign his contract. Because deGrom is not considered arbitration-eligible, the Mets have the right to assign deGrom a salary as low as $507,500. 194 more words

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Sask. nurses union, health organization reach tentative agreement on contract talks

The Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations Inc. and the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses have reached a tentative agreement in a seven month dispute. Few details about the agreement have been released, but the new four-year agreement would be effective from April 1, 2014 to March 31, 2018. 245 more words

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Ground Workers Approve New Contract With Southwest Airlines

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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) –  After a five-year, often difficult contract battle, Transport Workers Union Local 555, the union representing 12,000 ground crew workers employed by Southwest Airlines, announced Friday, union members narrowly voted to approve a tentative agreement with the airline. 360 more words

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