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Kaya Maliglig has 14 articles published.

Healthcare workforce providers remain at a shortage throughout the next decade

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    Students in the Career and Technical Education program at Southwest Oregon’s The Area of Health Education Center work in hands-on training camps.

News of shortage in professional healthcare providers might be common knowledge for some in today’s society. Shortages in healthcare now extend clear across the globe affecting almost everyone.

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Health, Nursing & Science Center works to improve communication devices in building

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    Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing & Science Center sits quietly on a Thursday night. The Center is open for classes.

With midterms soon approaching, students are studying, professors are grading and campus life is buzzing with theater performances, club meetings and more. The new Bonnie J. Ford Health, Nursing & Science Center is also now in semi-full action providing students with new technology and classroom space.

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Children gather for Umpqua Strong race

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    Prisayus Paxson crosses the finish line, taking first place in her division. The Umpqua Strong 9k +5k/Run-Walk was held Oct. 1 to raise funds for the UCC Foundation and to fund a legacy of memorial scholarships for the victims and survivors of the shooting on Oct. 1, 2015.

Children between the ages 3 to 12 were able to put their racing shoes on and make a dash for the finish line at the Umpqua Strong Run. Organizers made sure to include a separate race for youngsters to participate in the event.

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Family Church of Sutherlin offers prayer and remembrance for community

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    Family Church held a UCC Prayer and Remembrance service at their Sutherlin campus on Sept. 30, to honor the community.

As a child a band-aid can usually suffice for the scrapes and cuts collected from adventures. However, the process of healing is not always as simple as waiting for scabs to grow over wounds.

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