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May 2020

Scout’s Honor: Unique Memorial Day Tributes at Fairhaven

2020-05-26T22:26:37+00:00

By Jessica De Nova, KABC May 21, 2020 For 25 years, Fairhaven Memorial Park & Mortuary has hosted one of Orange County's largest Memorial Day ceremonies. But the coronavirus has forced organizers to plan a new way to mark the national holiday. Every Memorial Day since 1978, Boy Scout troops have gone to the Santa [...]

Scout’s Honor: Unique Memorial Day Tributes at Fairhaven2020-05-26T22:26:37+00:00

Banners Yet Wave at Fairhaven Memorial

2020-05-22T00:10:54+00:00

By Mark Rightmire, Orange County Register May 19, 2020 Matthew Keller, 11, of Orange, quietly brought his right hand to the bill of his cap, saluting a veteran’s gravesite after placing an American flag into the ground at the western edge of Fairhaven Memorial Park in Santa Ana on Tuesday morning, May 19. Keller along [...]

Banners Yet Wave at Fairhaven Memorial2020-05-22T00:10:54+00:00

Local First Responders Hailed as Absolutely “Torrific”

2020-05-22T00:17:41+00:00

By Paul Bersebach, Orange County Register May 19, 2020 With a banner saying “We are all in this together,” police and fire personnel in Costa Mesa were treated to lunch on Tuesday, May 19. The Costa Mesa Police Department and the six city fire stations received 250 meals from Wahoo’s Fish Taco, courtesy of Torelli [...]

Local First Responders Hailed as Absolutely “Torrific”2020-05-22T00:17:41+00:00

Mercury Rising: Suppliers Can’t Fill Thermometer Orders

2020-05-21T00:12:08+00:00

By ABC, WPVI-TV May 19, 2020 Just as America reopens, one essential tool is running out: thermometers. Marc Blitstein, the CEO of American Diagnostic, a major maker, says demand for non-contact devices is up 900%.Suppliers can't always fill orders. "Some of them are made in the US, but they get components from all over the [...]

Mercury Rising: Suppliers Can’t Fill Thermometer Orders2020-05-21T00:12:08+00:00

Thermometer Orders During Pandemic Reach Fever Pitch

2020-05-20T23:51:40+00:00

By Chauncey Alcorn, CNN Business May 18, 2020 Add thermometers to the list of medical instruments that are in short supply because of the coronavirus. Thermometer manufacturers and distributors say the devices were already in high demand earlier this year when healthcare providers started ordering more to scan for the emerging wave of Covid-19 patients. [...]

Thermometer Orders During Pandemic Reach Fever Pitch2020-05-20T23:51:40+00:00

April 2020

Substance Abuse Expert Shares Addiction Warning Signs

2020-04-16T19:13:38+00:00

By Sue Bright, New Directions for Women April 9, 2020 Substance use disorders affect more than 20 million Americans. When you add family members who are affected by their loved ones’ addictions, over one-third of our nation is impacted by this disease. The stigma associated with addiction may cause some individuals to perceive addicts as [...]

Substance Abuse Expert Shares Addiction Warning Signs2020-04-16T19:13:38+00:00

Rehab Executive Discusses Sobriety During Pandemic

2020-04-16T19:18:53+00:00

By CBS Los Angeles March 31, 2020 CBS Los Angeles interviewed New Directions for Women Executive Director Sue Bright on how stress and anxiety related to the COVID-19 pandemic can increase addiction rates and what New Directions for Women is doing to support individuals struggling with substance use disorder. As Sue shares, there’s truly not [...]

Rehab Executive Discusses Sobriety During Pandemic2020-04-16T19:18:53+00:00

COVID-19 Brings Visibility to IoT and Building Air Quality

2020-04-13T05:06:30+00:00

By Mary Shacklett, TechRepublic April 8, 2020 "Every industry with building facilities has similar air quality challenges," said Barry Po, president of mCloud Technologies, which provides artificial intelligence (AI) and asset management solutions. "One nagging issue has been what we call 'sick building syndrome,' where employees experience a lingering cough or illness that they cannot seem to [...]

COVID-19 Brings Visibility to IoT and Building Air Quality2020-04-13T05:06:30+00:00

Q-CTRL Creates Virtual Alternative to Physics Show

2020-04-08T16:02:17+00:00

By Matin Durrani, Physics World April 2020 The axing of the APS March Meeting triggered several spontaneous attempts to replicate the event online. Leading the way was Q-CTRL, a small quantum-computing business based in Sydney, Australia. Set up in 2017 by Michael Biercuk, a quantum physicist at the University of Sydney, the firm had been [...]

Q-CTRL Creates Virtual Alternative to Physics Show2020-04-08T16:02:17+00:00

February 2020

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener for Legal Weed

2020-02-14T00:56:40+00:00

By Simon Dufour, CPA, Hall & Company CPAs As the cannabis industry sits at an awkward crossroads of legality, with only some states being willing to embrace it, a brutal onslaught of taxation and restrictions have muddied the road forward for vulnerable cannabis companies trying to find their footing. The situation is so bad that [...]

The Grass Isn’t Always Greener for Legal Weed2020-02-14T00:56:40+00:00