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Bevin takes veto pen to parts of the budget dealing with education and more

Using all of the time allotted for the governor to veto bills, first-term Gov. Matt Bevin announced Wednesday evening that he used his veto power to veto all or parts of seven bills that were passed on the final day of the 2016 legislative session. 444 more words

Education

Set your DVRs - Workforce's DeLaine Tyner makes television debut May 3

Our very own DeLaine Tyner of the Workforce division will be featured on the Tues., May 3 episode of Wheel of Fortune. Set your DVRs or watch live! 42 more words

Announcements

Registration open for ‘Kids at College’ summer camps & activities

Free Summer Preview Day on Saturday will showcase program offerings for kids 5-17

BAYTOWN, TX — Parents and guardians looking for ways to keep their children engaged and entertained this summer will find an array of camps, classes and activities in the “Kids at College” program at Lee College, which is now accepting registrations and gearing up for its second annual Summer Preview Day. 312 more words

News

Layoffs in Singapore

Channel NewsAsia reported on 20 April 2016 that more people in Singapore were laid off last year, with older workers hit the hardest, figures released by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) showed. 548 more words

13 SOFT SKILLS THAT CAN MAKE YOU STAND OUT FROM YOUR PEERS

Sometimes you have to just take the initiative and motivate yourself because your biggest supporter may just be waiting on you to make the first move.

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Going Beyond Limitations

Arizona may determine new minimum wage in November

SCOTTSDALE – In addition to the presidential election, Arizona may have another important decision to make on the ballot come November. This one might set a new minimum wage for the state. 362 more words

Phoenix Reporting