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Next on Osceola construction list: assisted living center 

<br>Construction projects continue to pop up in and around Osceola. This time, its SunnyBrook Assisted Living Center. The $4.5 million assisted living center is set to be located across from the Clarke County Electrical Cooperative and north of the Clarke Veterinary Clinic on U.S. Highway 69. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br> Catherine Campisi PhD., former Director of the California Department of Rehabilitation from December 1999 to December 2006, has joined the coalition opposing the legalization of assisted suicide in California. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br> MURFREESBORO, Tenn.----National HealthCare Corporation , a 35 year-old publicly traded long-term health care company, today announced after tax earnings for the year ended Dec. 31, 2006 of $36,740,000 or $2.99 per share basic compared to $28,635,000 or $2.34 per share basic for the year ended Dec. 31, 2005, an increase of 28.3% and 27.8%, respectively. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br>Copyright 2007 Mid-Hudson News Network, a division of Statewide News Network, Inc. This story may not be reproduced in any form without express written consent. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br>Mar. 5--Americans in the "G.I. <a href='§ionID=30&articleID=449743'>Read entire article...</a><br><br>Well it's that time of year again. After a slow start, the ski season is finally upon us. For many people with or without disabilities, the winter can make it tough for individuals to enjoy the outdoors. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br>ALBANY, NY AARP New York has announced its support for provisions in Gov. Spitzers budget that assist older New Yorkers. The organization specifically supports provisions that promote long-term care. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br><br>SACRAMENTO, March 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Assemblymembers Lloyd Levine, Patty Berg, and Speaker Fabian Nunez announced Wednesday that California Association of Physicians Groups (CAPG), an organization representing HMO's, are in support of assisted suicide legalization, AB 374. <a href=''>Read entire article...</a><br>


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