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The Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News - 02-May-05 - City Hall:Ill. man eyed for economic dept. head (The Union Leader and NewHampshire Sunday News)
MAYOR Robert Baines tomorrow will nominate a former top Chicago development official to head economic development in Manchester. Paul J. Borek, of Aurora, Ill., is now the principal of a self-named economic development firm.
Selectmen hopefuls argue over issues (Old Colony Memorial)
PLYMOUTH (Apr 30) - Six candidates for selectmen participated in an open forum in the MPG Newspapers newsroom Monday night. The candidates were encouraged to interact in a free discussion of suggested topics. They were told the conversation would be published in its entirety.
MIDDAY BUSINESS REPORT: Waddell & Reed seeks mediation with former broker (Kansas City Star)
Waddell & Reed Financial Inc. , having reached regulatory settlements Friday, now wants to end battle with a former Connecticut broker who had won a $25 million arbitration award.
Board candidates give views (Monroe Evening News)
Following is information about the candidates in contested races on the 13 area school boards. Longtime incumbent Elaine Hollister is not seeking re-election this year. The other incumbent, James M. Geiermann, is being challenged by Allen J. Burger, John A. Griffith and Patricia A. Malvitz.
Governor Rendell Announces Initiatives to Support PA National Guard Members and Veterans (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Governor Edward G. Rendell today announced his support for several legislative initiatives that would provide benefits and protections to soldiers and airmen of the Pennsylvania National Guard and their families, as well as Pennsylvania''s veterans.
Full text of "Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in China" (People''s Daily)
The 2005 second issue of the magazine "Human Rights" publishes an article titled "Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in China." Its full text is as follows:
Lakeland College prepares teachers from Malawi (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Sheboygan - When Michael Mulenga left his native country of Malawi in southern Africa to study American-style teaching at Lakeland College, he left behind his wife and two children, including little Watson, who was then just a year old.
Legislative candidates respond to issues questions (Rapid City Journal)
Voters statewide will elect senators and representatives to the South Dakota Legislature in their respective districts. Each of South Dakota''s 35 legislative districts elects one senator and two at-large House members, except for District 28 in northwestern South Dakota.
Your views (La Crosse Tribune)
By RALPH KNUDSON Warrens, Wis. I read the April 27 editorial about needing straight talk about the president''s proposed Social Security changes.
Health Centers Mark Cover the Uninsured Week (Newswise)
Health centers who care for six million uninsured support/recognize cover the Uninsured Week; Speakers available to talk about caring for uninsured.