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Yuma Sun, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 2007, Yuma, Arizona B1 SPORTS Cl LIFE PASA YOU MAKE THE CHOICE TO KICK THE SMOKING WE'VE GOT SOME TIPS FOR are trying to restore security in the area while the Americans are killing at his post in Abu Conservation Experience brings worldly to quit No more and no more skews San causes an estimated million in and Chargers first road win of the a home for your umbrella with a cast-iron umbrella stand only in The Sun Delivery 539-6900 SECRET LIVES Workers describe Yuma trauma NICOLE E. STAFF Regional Medical Center's Emergency Department is one of the busiest in the seeing over 60,000 patients per with only 37 beds for visiting patients - and no other emergency department to send patients to if their waiting room is literally take care of every patient from womb to said night charge nurse Ginny I feel more akin to a said emergency nurses are flexible and dedicated and work 12-hour amazing this many people work gs hard as they do for as long as they Bush deal with the best and worst situations I've had parents walk up and put their dead baby in my I've spent last ' moments with couples who've been together for 75 week is Emergency Nurses a recognition BV NICOLE E. SUN KATHY Emergency Department sorts through medical care items on a supply YOU WALK IN AND SEE BEDS IN THE YOU KNOW WE'RE BECAUSE THAT'S NOT OUR ANOTHER NURSE THIS IS WHAT OTHER PEOPLE WOULD Nurse Kathy who are on the front line during weekend is our busiest We can get up to 100 traumas in one said six-year emergency nurse Ann 33. said holiday weekends present special such as finding vacuums for the sand so staff members don't slip and lining up trauma patients in cervical because they cannot lie said in Yuma is the large population of geriatric they pull into the parking lot before they find a place to hasn't felt good since CLERK America Valencia multitasks in the Emergency Department at Yuma Regional Medical REGIONAL MEDICAL Center Emergency Department nurse Ann Honkala enters data in the medicine dispensing see glimmer on the horizon to end a July morning a lifetime two one in American the other in North Korean strode into a makeshift building in a took their seats at separate tables and signed the papers put before They left after just 12 without a without a papers said it The warring armies would ceaSe fire that night thp interest of stopping the Korean with its great toil of suffering and armistice agreement signed in 1953 at did stop the it didn't start the Now the last generations to remember the may see their war truly come to an if two Koreas achieve the peace settlement proposed last week by their vision of two nations at peace with normal comings and ties falls short of vision of two nations made And ending a 54-year-old will mean negotiating through a diplomatic and political thicket grown denser by the and remaking the face of a fortress low wages hit Number of homeless on the Mass. There is just enough space for Lisa Rivera's family to sleep at Jessie's House homeless one she fits the full-sized bed she shares with her 9-year-old the trundle for her 11-year-old a twin bed for her 14-year-old daughter and a playpen for her 1-1/2-year old but it's hard sleeping all the 32-year-old woman my sometimes it's so with domestic high housing costs and Rivera's family finds itself among the growing ranks of the homeless in Massachusetts and the 1,800 homeless families were in Massachusetts shelters last week up from 1,400 in June 2006 and just under 1,200 in June 2005, according to state There are more families in SEE jury heads to Paris to retrace Diana's fatal A decade after Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed were killed in a Paris car a British jury comes to the French capital this week to retrace the fatal the events leading up to the deaths have already been dissected in two lengthy the visit today and Tuesday marks the first time an inquest jury has left the 11-member jury will stay is top and their exact itinerary while the court is in Paris will not be divulged in is very difficult to conduct this sort of visit where you are leaving the protection offered by your own legal said a spokesman for the who asked not to be named in keeping with British of a we are about to walk down streets in Paris with no over those people around UFE NOTICES to xr iT i-
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