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Trauma Chief Praises Medical Response to Sutherland Springs Shooting

The community teamwork and medical response here the afternoon of the Sutherland Springs shooting was extremely heartwarming, the trauma chief at Brooke Army Medical Center said.

SOP newswireInternational Safety Forum Safety Challenge - Thank you, Madam Secretary. Good morning, and thank you all for coming. You know, there are 194 countries on this planet, and there are more than 50 countries here with us today. Now that’s something. For those of you who are new to this
SOP newswireEndangered Duck Population Reaches Triple Digits - U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) biologists and partners are pleased to report that the endangered Laysan duck at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) have had a very successful breeding season
SOP newswireNew Jersey Truckers Driving Toward Environmental Excellence - Four New Jersey companies were among 23 honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during a ceremony this week at the American
SOP newswireLOST IN TRANSLATION? Not at the National Virtual Translation Center - The language skills of most 3-year-olds are limited at best. But we know one that speaks dozens of languages fluently...that can translate technical documents and recordings...and that helps prevent terrorist attacks and solve crimes. It’s the National Virtual Translation Center, based at FBI Headquarters.
SOP newswireHome Energy Efficiency Efforts Pay Off in Big Savings - The energy efficiency of more than 325,000 homes and apartment units across the country was improved through better building techniques and energy efficiency improvements, saving consumers close to $150 million in 2005, according to the first annual Partnership for Home Energy
SOP newswireU.S. science agency urges more study of native African vegetable - Washington -- More scientific study of indigenous vegetables found in Africa could uncover ways to feed the continent's growing population and spur sustainable development, according to a new
SOP newswirePhilips Lighting to Cut Mercury and Lead in All its U.S.-made Fluorescent Lights - Philips Lighting, a world-leader in the manufacture of industrial and consumer lighting products, pledged today to substantially reduce mercury and eliminate lead in the making of fluorescent lighting products at its four U.S. plants. The company is voluntarily cutting the two compounds
SOP newswireFact Sheet: ICE Accomplishments in Fiscal Year 2006 - Under the leadership of Assistant Secretary Julie Myers, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) achieved historic results in FY 2006.
Michael Costello2006 Mining Deaths Warrant Progressive Action - 2006 has been a grim year for the state’s coal industry. 22 on-the-job coal deaths have occurred in West Virginia, the most since 1981, when 47 miners lost their lives.
Michael CostelloIn Turbulent Year, West Virginia's Coalfield Death Toll Continues to Rise - With two mining fatalities in the last two weeks, West Virginia’s coalfields have seen the most on-the-job deaths since 1981.
SOP newswireSouth Korean Pastors Show Support For U.S. Military - More than 50 members of the Korean-American Protestant Pastors’ Association participated in morning seminars in the Memorial Chapel and later
SOP newswireAtlanta, Jacksonville, Fla. and Greensboro, N.C. awarded for reductions in energy consumption and greenhouse gases - EPA recognized trucking companies that exemplify superior environmental excellence during an award ceremony October 30, 2006 at the American Trucking Association’s annual conference in Grapevine, Texas. Under the SmartWay Transport Partnership, EPA joins with
Justin BrandtNuclear Whipping Boy/What's To Know? - I write better when I am partially unwell medicinally, in this case a few extra doses of NyQuil, nothing serious, and one day I will surely collapse under the weight of my own pretentiousness, but for now I want to know what you all really know...
SOP newswireVast Majority of Visa Waiver Countries Meet Security Upgrade to e-Passports - The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today that nearly all of the Visa Waiver Program (VWP) countries have met the requirement for issuing e-Passports. Working in close collaboration with the
SOP newswireCensus Bureau Tip Sheet - Current Population Survey Design and Methodology (Technical Paper No. 66) — The CPS — sponsored jointly by the Census Bureau and Bureau of Labor Statistics — is the country’s primary source of labor force statistics.
SOP newswireCompanies Come Clean About Environmental Violations - PHILADELPHIA – Eight companies that voluntarily disclosed and corrected environmental violations had penalties waived by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, the result of an EPA policy that has been successful in getting companies to make good-faith efforts in self-policing their own environmental compliance.
SOP newswireEnergy Efficiency Campaign Comes to Subsidized Housing in Hartford - Low-income families Take Pledge to - Residents of a federally-subsidized housing development in Hartford, Conn. today pledged to replace traditional incandescent light bulbs with energy efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs, helping to save money in energy bills and doing their part to help our country reduce dependence on foreign energy sources.
SOP newswireCOMUSAFE builds on U.S.-Romania relationship - BUCHAREST, Romania -- The road ahead for the partnering of U.S. and Romanian air forces continues on the fast-track after a visit Oct. 19 and 20 by the U.S. Air Forces in Europe
Stephanie RosseterThe Seeds of Over-Development - There is an element of purity in nature that no developer could create.
SOP newswireEPA proposes cleanup plan for South Milwaukee site; comment period begins, meeting Nov. 2 - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 has proposed a final cleanup plan for residential areas on the former Northwestern Barrel property in South Milwaukee, Wis. A 30-day public comment period runs Oct. 18 - Nov. 17. A public hearing to present the proposal and take oral and written comments is set for 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 2 at the South Milwaukee City Hall Council Chambers, 2424 15th Ave.
SOP newswireLists for 2007 Models - EPA/DOE Release Top Fuel Economy - (Washington, D.C.) - The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released the 2007 Fuel Economy Guide to help consumers make well-informed choices when purchasing new vehicles.
SOP newswireVote To Sanction North Korea Shows Unity of Purpose, Rice Says - Washington -- The unanimous U.N. Security Council vote October 14 to impose sanctions on North Korea demonstrates a “remarkable unity of purpose and unity of message” from the international community regarding that country's nuclear activities, Secretary of St
SOP newswireClean Diesel Hospital Zones Launched in Metro Portland - At Portland’s South Waterfront today, Oregon’s four main hospital systems will announce a landmark effort to voluntarily clean up emissions from heavy duty vehicles and equipment operating near hospitals in the Portland area. Made possible through a $250,000 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant, the “Clean Diesel Hospital Zones” project will rely on cleaner fuels and new pollution control technologies
SOP newswireCleaner Air in Boston Anticipated as Clean Diesel Fuel Becomes Widely Available - Residents of greater Boston may begin to notice cleaner air soon, thanks to the widespread availability of new clean diesel fuel across the region and across the country. A key component to EPA's strategy to continue delivering clean air to American citizens, clean diesel fuel is the most far-reaching environmental and public health achievement since lead was removed from gasoline a generation ago.
SOP newswireEPA wraps up $2.3 million Gluek Park cleanup - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 is wrapping up a two-year, $2.3 million cleanup of asbestos-contaminated soil at Minneapolis' Gluek Park, 1927 Marshall Street N.E. The Minneapolis Park District property, which slopes down to the Mississippi River, has been closed since 2003.
SOP newswireAcceptance of Biotechnology Growing, U.S. Official Says - Washington -- Agricultural biotechnology has become more accepted by farm producers and government officials in developing countries in recent years, a promising step toward meeting
SOP newswireLights, Camera, e-Life: EPA Takes Message to TV, Web - (Dallas, Texas) -Environmental awareness has gone multimedia. e-Life, a new environmental education program that combines a web site and television news spots, premiered today.
SOP newswireColumbia University Professor Wins 2006 Nobel Prize in Economics - Washington -- Edmund S. Phelps, a professor at Columbia University in New York City, has won the 2006 Nobel Prize in economics for his influential work in explaining the complex relationship between unemployment and inflation in the making of economic policy.
SOP newswireCelebration highlights Hispanic Heritage Month - Washington – With an audience that included the Crown Prince of Spain, Felipe de Borbón, senior U.S. officials, foreign ambassadors and Cuban‑American singer Ana Cristina,
SOP newswirePuerto Rico University at Mayaguez to Settle Environmental Violations with System to Prevent Future Problems - Poor practices in the past landed the University of Puerto Rico (UPR) at Mayaguez in hot water with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), but the university has agreed to take extraordinary steps to fix the problems and make sure they don’t reoccur in the future. Under an agreement that settles the school’s violations of federal environmental laws governing the handling of hazardous waste, discharges into
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