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New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Chautauqua County

first_imgWNY News Now / MGN Stock Image.JAMESTOWN – Two new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Chautauqua County on Saturday.The county health department says the new cases involve two women, one in her 40s and the other in her 60s.There are now 24 active cases of COVID-19 in the county.As of Wednesday there are no hospitalized cases of the virus. So far, 71 recovered from COVID-19, with six fatalities reported since the outbreak began. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Pat Moulton leaving Vermont Labor Dept for Vermont Chamber

first_imgPat Moulton Powden is leaving state government to join the Vermont Chamber of Commerce as vice president of public affairs.  Moulton Powden is currently the Commissioner of the Department of Labor and was previously the Chair of the Environmental Board. Deputy Labor Commissioner Valerie Rickert has been appointed by Governor Douglas to take over. Moulton Powden will be starting with the Vermont Chamber on July 19.”Her experience in unemployment insurance, workers compensation, environmental permitting and economic development will be an undisputable asset to our members,” said Betsy Bishop, President Vermont Chamber of Commerce. “Her expertise has earned her the respect of many legislators, regardless of party and it is my goal for her to elevate the Vermont Chamber’s presence and influence in the government and regulatory arenas.” It has been an honor to serve the citizens of Vermont as Commissioner at the Department of Labor, Moulton Powden said in a statement. It s been a privilege to work together with my colleagues in the Administration and the Legislature to achieve the Governor s goals of comprehensive unemployment insurance reform that will restore balance to the trust fund, while maintaining benefits for the unemployed.  I am so proud of this Administration s work – from implementing many new workforce development initiatives to making changes to workers comp and workplace safety that have benefited Vermont employers and workers.Governor Douglas said: I want to thank Pat for her tremendous leadership at the Department of Labor, as well as for her years of dedicated service to the people of Vermont in her current role and, previously, as the Chair of the Environmental Board. The members of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce are incredibly lucky to have Pat leading their government affairs team.  She will bring her expertise in economic development, unemployment insurance, workers compensation and environmental permitting to her new role.Prior to her current role, Moulton Powden led Regional Development Corporations in Springfield, St Johnsbury, Bennington, and greater Windsor county.  She was also appointed by both Governor Dean and Governor Snelling to lead the Department of Economic Development. Her legendary father, Al Moulton, was secretary of the agency (now the Agency of Commerce) under both Governor Snelling and Governor Kunin.Rickert has served in numerous positions in the Department of Labor for the past 25 years.  Prior to her current role as Deputy Commissioner, she served as Director of Unemployment Insurance and Wages overseeing all unemployment benefits, tax payments and enforcement of Vermont wage and hour law. Val is a strong leader and was instrumental in forging a compromise this year on the unemployment insurance trust fund issue, said the Governor. I am confident that she will do an excellent job and ensure a smooth transition at the Department. I am honored by this appointment, and I look forward to leading the Department of Labor team, said Rickert. I intend to build on the strong foundation here at the Department that Commissioner Moulton Powden has established, balancing the needs of both the labor force and employers in the key areas of workforce training, workers compensation and unemployment insurance.Moulton Powden and her husband Tim Powden reside in South Londonderry. Rickert lives in Barre Town.Source: Vermont Chamber of Commerce. Governor’s office. 6.23.2010last_img read more

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Boys & Girls Cross Country Regionals This Weekend

first_imgBoys & Girls Cross Country Regionals this Weekend at South Dearborn and Rushville.Area Girls Teams: Batesville, East Central, Greensburg, Jac-Cen-Del, Aand Oldenburg Academy.Individuals: McKenna Bradley & Isabella Gramaglia-South Ripley, Megan Hoover-North Decatur, Ashley Hamilton-South Decatur, Madison Hussung-Lawrenceburg, Sara Loveland & Erika Biel-South Dearborn, Kasey & Lucy Baker & Lucy Karrigan-Rising Sun, and Ashley Harnishfeger-Franklin County.Area Boys Teams: Oldenburg Academy, South Dearborn, Batesville, East Central, And Rising Sun.Individuals: Rodney Dobbs, Chris Kissell, Ethan Adams, & Jarred Cline-Jac-Cen-Del, Michael Bradley-South Ripley, Gage Acton-North Decatur, Justyn Clark-South Decatur, and Augustus Gregory, Reid McClintic, & Kevin Johnson-Greensburg.last_img read more