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We have a exact facility in baseball, we have a nice facility at the parking garage by the Dodie and the Rice Athletics Center that our guys function, and from an equipment standpoint, we have so much more than we did eight years ago that it's crazy when

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Garden Clippings: Pimp My Pumpkin

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Alice Cooper's Rock School Opens In South Dakota

Cooper opened his desire-dreamed Rock Teen Center in Phoenix last week, and he said he wanted to succour his friend Chuck Brennan offer a similar opportunity in Brennan's hometown of Sioux Falls. Brennan, who founded Dollar Lend Photos: October 2012

NLRB rules in favor of, reinstates workers at UPMC

, States that UPMC repeatedly violated labor law and engaged in “egregious and widespread misconduct.”

“This is a milestone. For me, being fired twice and turning [the settlement] down, it proves we did nothing wrong,” Oakes says.

Oakes was reinstated after the first NLRB complaint against UPMC for illegally survielling and interrogating workers who were trying to unionize.

Oakes and the three others turned down UPMC’s offer to settle this current case outside of court.

“The judge told us something on Friday that we already knew,” Poston said in her speech. She says she is going to enjoy the “freedom” of continuing to talk to her co-workers about forming a union.

UPMC’s Chief Communications Officer Paul Wood said that UPMC is disappointed and disagrees with the NLRB’s findings but was not surprised by them. He attributed a U.S. District Judge Arthur J. Schwab as saying that the NLRB has become “the litigation arm