Fox59 News is taking a leadership role in addressing violence in schools with four days of extended news coverage and an hour long televised forum. Common Ground: Stopping School Violence brings educators, law enforcement and parents together in a landmark event. The forum focuses on how to better protect our children in the wake of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut as well as recent violent events at schools here in Central Indiana..

Eliminating these common mistakes from your putting will not only build rhythm in your putting stroke, they’ll also help increase your confidence in your putting. That’s big. Ask any professional golfer what the key to great putting is and he or she will probably tell you it’s confidence.

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CAP 15189SM is a voluntary, non regulatory accreditation to the ISO 15189:2012 Standard as published by ISO. The program does not replace the CAP’s Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) based Laboratory Accreditation Program, but complements CAP accreditation and other quality systems. The program optimizes processes to improve patient care, strengthens quality standards while reducing institutional errors and risks, and controls costs.

We did not know the details of that. We asked for that on several occasions. It was unacceptable in and of itself what we saw on the first tape and that’s why we took action. Tag doesn just represent that fallen servicemen or women. It represents their family, their friends, their brothers and sisters, and everyone they left behind here, organizer Kendra Lynn said. The meaning behind this event is personal for Lynn.

Little Rock, AR, November 4, 2013 The MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History announces the opening of a new exhibit this Friday, November 8, featuring more than thirty posters from World War I. Posters played an important role in World War I, used not only to justify involvement in the conflict, but also to procure men and resources for the war effort. The designs were mass produced by the government and urged citizens to join the military, buy war bonds or volunteer for the Red Cross.