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Imerica Life and Health Insurance Company Announces Appointment of Rod Farmer as CEO and a $13.5 Million Investment by (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
Imerica Life and Health Insurance Company today announced the recent appointment of Rod Farmer as President and Chief Executive Officer. Also joining the Imerica management team are Jeff Crippen as Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, Tom Keller as Chief Financial Officer and Craig Magnuson as Senior Vice President and Chief Actuary.
Up in smoke (Journal Advocate)
This session, after a nasty fight, the Colorado legislature will probably pass legislation banning smoking in all public places.
Family Check-Up (Canon City Daily Record)
John Messer tried to squeeze a decade worth of health care into one morning Saturday at the 9News Health Fair. The CaÃ±on City 31-year-old is a student, husband and father of three. His children are insured by Medicaid, but he and his wife can''t afford individual plans.
Residents may be eligible for discounts (Greeley Tribune Online)
Many Weld County residents without health insurance may be eligible for discount or free prescription drugs through two special programs.
Janus Announces First Quarter 2005 Financial Results (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
Net Flows of Janus-Managed Products Highest Since June 2003
Living wills, Five Wishes, outline what you want your loved ones to do when you can''t speak for yourself (Fort Madison Daily Democrat)
The seemingly endless legal bantering in the Terri Schiavo case just weeks ago prompted many area residents to ask "what if," and even seek some answers.
Californias Benefit Packages Announces Blue Cross Health Insurance Quoting Services Expansion with Tonik Plans (PR Web)
Blue Cross and BenfitPackages.com, the Designated Premier Blue Cross Health Insurance Agency announces the roll-out of a new portfolio, Tonik aimed squarely at providing Californias enormous population of web-based consumers with a new assortment of affordable Blue Cross plans, all of which include dental and vision at no additional cost; Benefit Packages has reaffirmed its intention to remain
Crook votes to retain new attorney (Journal Advocate)
The Crook town council is finding answers to some of its long-standing questions. Council had invited Jay Brammer had came to the town meeting Thursday night and discuss whether he would be interested in serving as the town''s attorney.
A look at work in the Legislature on Friday (Summit Daily News)
Here is a look at work in the Legislature on Friday. The House approved and sent back to the Senate a budget that takes advantage of an accounting error.
MGIC Investment Corporation First Quarter Net Income of $182.0 Million (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)
MGIC Investment Corporation today reported net income for the quarter ended March 31, 2005 of $182.0 million, compared with the $130.1 million for the same quarter a year ago.