Group hopes bowling fundraisers bring awareness of sleep apnea danger
by Bill Baldowski
April 10, 2014 11:11 AM | 0 0 comments | 12 12 recommendations | email to a friend
Area resident Ann Croft said she remembers what would be the final words of her husband before he died in July 2002 of respiratory and heart problems caused, in great part, by sleep apnea, she said. “He told me on his dying bed to do all I could to get as much information out to the public about the dangers of sleep apnea and its life-threatening effect on the human body,” she said. His words have guided Croft in a three-year education and fund-raising effort concerning what she sai...
Paulding Chamber to highlight three companies at Industry Appreciation Breakfast
The Paulding Chamber of Commerce will honor three companies during its annual Industry Appreciation Breakfast Tuesday, April 15, from 8 to 10 a.m. at Silver Comet Field in Dallas. The event, sponso...
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Group hopes bowling fundraisers bring awareness of sleep apnea danger
Area resident Ann Croft said she remembers what would be the final words of her husband before he died in July 2002 of respiratory and heart problems caused, in great part, by sleep apnea, she said...
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Supporters of passenger flights see future for airport
Dallas resident Larry Reinhart sees a bright future for Paulding’s seven-year-old airport. Susan Byrd, a local insurance agent, also sees a bright future. She said most of her friends in her Dallas...
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Elected officials and college degrees
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Do you think it is important for elected officials to have college degrees?