Idaho rural health clinics to receive $3.6 million in USDA emergency grants | Idaho

Five health clinics that serve rural Idaho communities will receive a total of about $3.6 million in emergency grants to use for costs related to COVID-19 and to continue providing medical care to rural Idahoans, according to a news release Thursday from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Terry Reilly Health Services will receive $1 million […]

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Helping businesses thrive in Steubenville | News, sports, jobs

Thriving Business – Pat Bailey, owner of Vountry Couture on North Fifth Street in Steubenville, offers a full line of custom products, including T-shirts, tote bags, backpacks, mouse pads, baseball caps and beverages, from soaps, essential oils, to mango butter. and incense. She is a talented seamstress and has won awards for […]

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ALWS: Idaho’s Rose ‘pushing through’ health issue to help team seek 3rd straight title

August 2021 couldn’t have ended any better for Idaho Falls (Idaho) Post 56 shortstop and pitcher Nate Rose. Not only was Rose a member of an American Legion World Series championship team, he was named George W. Rulon American Legion Baseball Player of the Year. But everything changed for Rose soon thereafter when muscle soreness, […]

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The Caribbean destination every celebrity is running for.

Located just below the Bahamas, the Caribbean nation of Turks and Caicos is known for drawing celebrities from afar. “Extremely luxurious resorts on white powder beaches surrounded by turquoise waters make the destination the epitome of unparalleled luxury,” explains Christine Pike, Global Founder and CEO of KK Travels. As the name of the country suggests, […]

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Saints camp “business as usual” without Sean Payton; How unusual will it be when the season starts?

Getty Images Reporting from Saturday night’s preseason game between the Saints and Texas, Peter King described training camp in post-Sean Payton New Orleans as “business as usual” under Payton’s successor, Dennis Allen. The concussion underscores the fact, but for Payton’s departure, it’s all the same for the Saints. The players are remarkably […]

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HealthEdge survey: Costs are top-of-mind for health plan leaders

Managing costs and driving operational efficiencies are the top challenges for health plan leaders today, a HealthEdge survey published Tuesday found. The annual survey received responses from 312 payer executives. It was conducted between April 26 and May 6. When asked what their biggest difficulties are today, 46% said managing costs and 41% said driving […]

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