January 2015

Sugar, spice and everything delicious: 6 new holiday traditions

(BPT) - The holiday season is beloved by all for the heartwarming moments that we share with family and friends. From baking festive treats for get-togethers, to crafting homemade decorations to spruce up your home, the holidays are simply not the same without these fun pastimes.

Traditions old and new are the best way to brighten up the holidays. So this year, with the help of Hershey and Dara the Bow Girl, here are six ways to sugar and spice up your family holiday routine to make this the best holiday season yet!

What Savvy Consumers Need to Know about Healthcare

(StatePoint) A record number of Americans are now enrolled in high deductible and consumer-driven health plans, giving patients more control and financial responsibility for their healthcare choices. But experts say there are lingering barriers preventing patients from reaping the benefits of this control.

“Patients need more guidance at the point-of-care to make smart health decisions,” says David Widmann, President and CEO at Konica Minolta Medical Imaging, which makes Primary Imaging Solutions (X-ray, Ultrasound, Healthcare IT and Services).

Levee roads closed to public traffic due to flood waters

The Union County Sheriff's Office has released another press release in addition to yesterday's press release.

The press release stated:

Until further notice, all normal siren testing has been suspended. As a warning to the residents in the Wolf Lake and Ware area, in the event of a levee breach/flooding situation, the tornado sirens will be activated for a three minute period.

For quick evacuation, residents are urged to assemble "items of personal need" such as medications and all forms of personal identification.


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