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Chattahoochee Tech dedicates Jim Cunningham Veteran Services Center

Chattahoochee Technical College has opened its newly renovated Jim Cunningham Veteran Services Center at its Marietta Campus, 980 South Cobb Drive, Marietta. The center is named for Jim Cunningham, a 21-year U.S. Army veteran who served in Vietnam. He is the father of Jay Cunningham, founder and owner of Superior Plumbing, who pledged $75,000 to Chattahoochee Tech in support of the college’s Veteran Services Center. This support center for military personnel, veterans and their families is open 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays to Thursdays and 8:30 a.m. to noon Fridays. The center provides c…
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Stettler begins annual sewer main flushing

Signs have been placed in Stettler advising residents of sewer main flushes now that the spring season is here. (Landin Chambers/Black Press) “Every spring we flush the mains by dividing the town into four quadrants,” said Melissa Robbins, director of operational services. “So we’ll flush every sewer main in that quadrant on a rotating four-year schedule. “When we flush the mains we use high pressure and water to clean out any debris in the lines. When our jet goes down the main it pulls anything out of the line with it and sometimes that can create a sewer gas s…
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Plumbing Problems ‘Poo Poo’ Don Broco Gig

Don Broco’s Oxford show has been canceled. Don Broco’s headline show in Oxford tonight has been canceled. The band were set to hit the stage at 9pm tonight at Oxford’s O2 Academy but after some kind of plumbing issue the venue has canceled the show, with fans reporting that toilets in the venue had leaked. After a 55 minute delay from when they were set to start their set, Don Broco took to the stage to address their fans stating “There’s a very real health and safety risk, because apparently a lot of you are standing in human feces.” @DONBROCO come out to Oxford , come out to Oxford, block the toilets, cancel the show, come out to Oxford, shit all on the floor Came to Oxford to listen to Don Broco, turns out I’ll be listening to them! Just in my car… on the way home… #sadface Don Broco are planning on rescheduling the Oxford show, with details to come. The band also still have a handful of tour dates left with tickets available. See all remaining tour dates below:
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New business brings needed technology and training to Dubois County

From those early plumbing days, his need for enhancing a work-environment and increasing efficiency has brought him to now owning a business that works with manufacturers to help them with their manufacturing needs. Braun opened two companies, Machine Solutions and Robotics Solutions, …
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Entering Mechanical Space, Greenlee Relies on Core Competencies

Nathan Harwood is no stranger to challenges in high-leverage management environments. With a background in the automotive and aviation industries, and with Greenlee the past four years, newly appointed Vice President and General Manager, Mechanical, Harwood is now responsible for growing the mechanical segment of the business, developing a strategic pathway, and developing products for the marketplace. Harwood has been tasked with taking the firmly and reputably established electrical and utility company and creating a mechanical division, which will feature high-end tools for the end user. …
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What you need to know about the Medford school bond measure

By Kaylee TornayMail Tribune Medford voters will choose whether to approve a $25 million bond measure put forth by the Medford School District in the May 15 election. The district is looking to build two new facilities to house career and technical programs at North and South Medford high schools. Before sending in your ballot, here’s what you need to know about Measure 15-175: Why does the district want to build CTE classrooms? Interest in career and technical education is growing statewide, from the governor’s office to voters, who passed Measure 98 in 2016 to help fund CTE s…
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 Posted on : April 27, 2018

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