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CT Educators Welcome Their New School Lounge Makeover

CT Educators See Their $7,500 School Lounge Makeover© From California Casualty The New Year will be brighter and more comfortable for the English Department at Plainville High School in Plainville, Connecticut, after a $7500 School Lounge Makeover© … [Read More...]

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Reducing Wildfire Risk : Residential

According to recent statistics, one-third of U.S. homes are located in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI), areas where wildland vegetation (forest or woodland, brush / shrub or grassland) meets residential development. In recent years, homes in these … [Read More...]

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Alabama Nurse Wins California Casualty’s “Give A Nurse A Break” Contest

Two-and-a-half years of working three, 12-hour shifts in one of Alabama’s busiest hospitals can take its toll. Now Evan Henegar, an RN at the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) Hospital is planning a trip to ease that stress. Evan was randomly … [Read More...]

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From the Desk to the Streets: A Sneak Peak into the Life of a Peace Officer

As someone from the general public, it was a true eye opener of an experience to learn what peace officers do on a daily basis. Sure, we read about stories of officers risking their lives, or watch stories on the news about those that make the … [Read More...]

Avoid ID Theft at Tax Time!

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Tax Time Identity Theft

  As taxpayers rush to get their 1040’s in by the April 15th deadline, the IRS is once again warning thieves may be targeting them as ID theft victims. Hundreds of thousands of Americans find out every year that someone has used their Social Security Number to claim false refunds. In fact, the tax agency reported that it received more … [Read More...]

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Reducing Wildfire Risk : Residential

According to recent statistics, one-third of U.S. homes are located in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI), areas where wildland vegetation (forest or woodland, brush / shrub or grassland) meets residential development. In recent years, homes in these areas have become casualties of hard to control wildfires. Even if you are located outside the … [Read More...]

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Hero of the Year 2013 – Beth Miles

       She doesn’t look like a hero – her uniform is nurse’s scrubs, there is no cape and she wears glasses, instead of a mask. But, RN Beth Miles won California Casualty’s “Nominate A Hero” contest, besting seven other nominees in a nationwide vote. “Being named ‘America’s Hero’ is very exciting, but very humbling,” she said. Miles, who … [Read More...]

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Tax Time Identity Theft

  As taxpayers rush to get their 1040’s in by the April 15th deadline, the IRS is once again warning thieves may be targeting them as ID theft victims. Hundreds of thousands of Americans find out every year that someone has used their Social Security Number to claim false refunds. In fact, the tax agency reported that it received more … [Read More...]

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Tips on Fire Safety in Drought Endangered Areas

It is tinder dry in much of the Western United States – the driest conditions in over 100 years. It is so dire, California Governor Jerry Brown has declared a drought emergency. “These are perhaps the worst drought conditions that California has ever seen, since records (began) about 100 years ago.” Brown emphasized the importance of the inherent … [Read More...]

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Stacey Collins – NAH March Finalist

How to Vote for Stacey  Voting is now Closed! Thanks to all who shared and posted below. Be sure to stay tuned for our upcoming April Finalists.  Be sure to read all our heroes’ stories here. Stacey Collins is a nurse for a medical clinic in Indiana. In the winter of 2012, an elderly woman with her daughter and grandchildren had … [Read More...]