A news organization has published a story about me regarding an alleged incident involving a female Uber driver from approximately two years ago. The story falsely accuses me of making inappropriate contact with this driver. I believe the driver was confused as to the number of passengers in the car and who was sitting next to her.
Housing is harder to provide.”We had some suggestions for short term housing. Long term housing is a different area,” said Bobbie Ann Anderson, a Red Cross volunteer.All monetary, clothing and household donations can be made at the Woden ISD Nurses office or by calling Stacie Luman Moorman, School Nurse at Woden ISD at 936 564 2179.The children ages range from 12 months to 15 years old. The sizes are: 12 month, 3 4T, 5T; 8 regulars (male); 10s (male and female; Youth Medium (Female); 32s (male); 34s (male); and 14 (female).Lufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundLufkin man living on the streets turns life aroundUpdated: Sunday, March 25 2018 6:31 PM EDT2018 03 25 22:31:41 GMTIt was back in November, where a Lufkin man, living on the streets and making crosses out of wood and beads first shared his story.
Meanwhile the JPAC/DPAA management mantra of “Delay, Deny, and wait for the families to Die” continues. The current response time for basic information to families and researchers under the Freedom of Information Act is over ONE YEAR! Federal law requires this information to be provided within 20 days, which DPAA routinely violates without consequences. Disgraceful!.
HAMILTON COUNTY, TN (WRCB) “Without our community we can’t do what we’re able to do. Our community helps us to be the hands and feet of Jesus and that’s why we’re here,” said Salvation Army Lt. Kenneth Griffey.The Salvation Army’s marketing director, Kimberly George, said the organization does not budget for or cold weather shelters and relies solely on the public for its support.Griffey said that plays a big part in the overnight shelters availability.”Unfortunately we don’t have funds to open every night, but if it does drop below 32 degrees we’re gonna open up and we’re gonna give folks a place to go.
However, Dr. Schmeler says HPV related cancers develop in adults, not in children, adding “the effects of not getting vaccinated, the cancers happen much, much later so it is not something that the pediatricians see. But it is something I deal with on a daily basis, the cancers that result in this infection and that could be prevented from a vaccine.” Researchers say that is one reason there seems to be a disconnect in the urgency of pediatricians giving the HPV vaccine at routine well child checkups leading to either delayed or weak recommendations and contributing to low vaccination rates.