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Contemplative Yoga Classes via Zoom Scheduled

LITCHFIELD — White Memorial Conservation Center will host Contemplative Yoga, previously Yoga in The Garden, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays.The class is a gentle all-level yoga class provided online through Zoom.

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Contemplative Yoga Classes via Zoom Scheduled

White Memorial to Host Online Auction Celebration Fundraiser

LITCHFIELD — White Memorial Conservation Center will celebrate the 141st birthday of Alain White (March 3, 1880), with an online auction that includes an abundance of treasures from new to lightly used to antique to wonderful services.

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White Memorial to Host Online Auction Celebration Fundraiser

Litchfield museum, conservation center announces virtual events for February

LITCHFIELD — White Memorial Conservation Center, a natural history museum and nature center at 80 Whitehall Road, is offering a variety of virtual programs in February. Feb. 2: Contemplative Yoga with Judith Ehrman-Shapiro via Zoom, Tuesdays from 4:30 to 5:30. Also, Feb. 9, 16 and 23. No registration is required. Class is $10, paid on Venmo to @Judith-Ehrman-Shapiro. To join, use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9981336171?pwd=a1RUQ1BhWlRrNHFYOGUvdFppL3hDZz09, Meeting ID: 998 133 6171, Passcode: 365gifts.

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Litchfield museum, conservation center announces virtual events for February

Latest COVID data show dire conditions in local hospitals

Photo by Irhan Khan, Los Angeles Times By T.A. Hendrickson Intensive care units at hospitals near Northeast Los Angeles remain at or near capacity as COVID-19 continues to surge. The latest data, published Jan. 4 by the New York Times, tracks information provided by hospitals to the federal government for the week ending Dec. 31. The data show that ICUs were full at five nearby hospitals: Adventist Health Glendale, Alhambra Hospital Medical Center, Glendale Memorial Hospital, USC Verdugo Hills and White Memorial

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Latest COVID data show dire conditions in local hospitals

Los Angeles Hospital Gets Help from National Guard, State, Army

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – Adventist Health White Memorial hospital, a facility that’s been over-stretched by the COVID-19 virus and deluged with patients is getting some help now from the California National Guard, the state and the Army Corp of Engineers. White Memorial, at 1720 East Cesar Chavez Ave., now has two National Guard medical strike teams working side-by-side with the medical staff at the hospital, Certified Nursing and Medical officer Patricia Stone told City News Service. The teams include one registered

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Los Angeles Hospital Gets Help from National Guard, State, Army

Boyle Heights Hospital Gets Help from National Guard, State, Army

Ethan Miller/Getty Images Adventist Health White Memorial hospital, a facility that's been over-stretched by the COVID-19 virus and deluged with patients is getting some help now from the California National Guard, the state and the Army Corps of Engineers. White Memorial, in Boyle Heights, now has two National Guard medical strike teams working side-by-side with the medical staff at the hospital, Certified Nursing and Medical officer Patricia Stone told City News Service. The teams include one registered nurse,

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Boyle Heights Hospital Gets Help from National Guard, State, Army

White Memorial hospital getting help from National Guard, state, Army

LOS ANGELES - Adventist Health White Memorial hospital, a facility that's been over-stretched by the COVID-19 virus and deluged with patients is getting some help now from the California National Guard, the state, and the Army Corps of Engineers. White Memorial, in Boyle Heights, now has two National Guard medical strike teams working side-by-side with the medical staff at the hospital, Certified Nursing and Medical officer Patricia Stone told City News Service. The teams include one registered nurse, six or

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White Memorial hospital getting help from National Guard, state, Army

Litchfield trails now have numbers

One of the reflective trailhead numbers at a trail at White Mountain Conservation Center in Litchfield LITCHFIELD — Hikers at the White Memorial Foundation can now take comfort in knowing reflective numbers have been added to all trailheads. The goal of the numbers is to be able to get help quicker in case of an emergency, according to Forest Manager Mike Berry. “We’re trying to make it easier for people to find the trailheads or to be able to say which trailhead they are lost at,” Berry said. He said

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Litchfield trails now have numbers

Litchfield County parks among hiking spots for Jan. 1

1of2 Above, hikers make their way along a trail at White Memorial in Litchfield. The 4,000 acre conservation property is part of the DEEP’s First Day hikes on Jan. 1, 2021.Show MoreShow Less 2of2 A hiker looks out over the snow-covered Bantam Lake during an organized group hike at White Memorial Conservation Center in Litchfield. The 4,000 acre conservation property is part of the DEEP’s First Day hikes on Jan. 1, 2021.Show MoreShow Less The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP)

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Litchfield County parks among hiking spots for Jan. 1

Wild at Heart

“Keep an eye out for butterflies.” Even in months when snow still blankets the forest floor, that’s James Fischer’s advice to hikers who visit White Memorial Foundation and Conservation Center in Connecticut’s Litchfield Hills. Fischer, the research director at White Memorial, explains that the preserve, which stretches from Litchfield to Morris, is home to thousands of winter-dwelling mourning cloak butterflies. These large butterflies have dark brown wings edged with beige. They survive the cold

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Black Employee Alleges Hospital Pays Her Less Than Men, Latinas

(Courtesy photo) A Black employee at White Memorial Medical Center is suing her employer, alleging she has consistently been paid less for doing the same work as men and Latinas. Jennifer Grant’s Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit also names as a defendant Adventist Health. She alleges violation of the Equal Pay Act, failure to maintain and provide accurate employment records and violation of the state Business and Professions Code. A White Memorial representative could not be immediately reached for comment

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Black Employee Alleges Hospital Pays Her Less Than Men, Latinas

Black Employee Alleges Hospital Pays Her Less Than Men, Latinas

Share this article: A Black employee at White Memorial Medical Center is suing her employer, alleging she has consistently been paid less for doing the same work as men and Latinas. Jennifer Grant’s Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit also names as a defendant Adventist Health. She alleges violation of the Equal Pay Act, failure to maintain and provide accurate employment records and violation of the state Business and Professions Code. A White Memorial representative could not be immediately reached for comment

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Black Employee Alleges Hospital Pays Her Less Than Men, Latinas

Monticello man dies from White County crash

A Monticello man died Tuesday from a vehicle accident at the intersection of Indiana 39 and County Road 175 North. Charles R. Cottrell Jr., 40, was pronounced dead at IU White Memorial Hospital in Monticello, according to a press release from The White County Sheriff Office. Cottrell was driving a 2006 Lincoln west on 175 North about 8:30 p.m. Witnesses told crash investigators that he failed to stop at the stop sign at Indiana 399. A northbound 2013 Ford Edge driven by Megan Clark, 34, was not able to avoid

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Monticello man dies from White County crash

Monticello man dies from White County crash

A Monticello man died Tuesday from a vehicle accident at the intersection of Indiana 39 and County Road 175 North. Charles R. Cottrell Jr., 40, was pronounced dead at IU White Memorial Hospital in Monticello, according to a press release from The White County Sheriff Office. Cottrell was driving a 2006 Lincoln west on 175 North about 8:30 p.m. Witnesses told crash investigators that he failed to stop at the stop sign at Indiana 399. A northbound 2013 Ford Edge driven by Megan Clark, 34, was not able to avoid

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Monticello man dies from White County crash