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Hurricanes' Scott Darling: Time with Canes all but over  CBSSports.comDarling will be bought out by Carolina once the league's buyout period arrives, David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period reports. Darling is reportedly aware of his ...
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Carolina Hurricanes: Top 5 Checkers Who Could Be Hurricanes Next Season  Cardiac CaneThe Checkers have plenty of talented young players. Here are my top 5 choices of which of them could make the Carolina Hurricanes roster next season.
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The Top 20 moments of an unforgettable Hurricanes season  The AthleticCarolina Hurricanes: A Season to Be Proud Of  Cardiac CaneJeff Jacobs: Carolina Hurricanes have earned the right to wear Whaler gear  CTPostFive pressing questions for the Hurricanes looking to next season  Richmond.comView full c...
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The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management has issued a severe weather situation update  kjrh.comOklahoma County Emergency Management urges two steps for storm safety  KOKH FOX25Severe weather leaves damage in Oklahoma, more storms ahead Monday  NewsOK.comView full coverage on Google News
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Sun Prairie Emergency Management fixing tornado sirens after malfunction  WMTVAfter community members reported hearing tornado sirens, Sun Prairie Emergency Management is working to fix a malfunction.
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Festo Didactic working with NIMS to develop Industry 4.0 skills standards  Today's Motor VehiclesStandards could promote training, certification system to encourage workers to adopt Industrial Internet of Things (IIot)/Industry 4.0 skills.
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New staff, new training and new facilities for Hillsborough’s Emergency Management Division  Tampa Bay TimesMajor flaws in the county's emergency preparedness came to light during an independent audit of the division's performance during Hurricane Irma.
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NIMS Partnering with Festo to Develop Industry 4.0 Skill Credentials  Modern Machine ShopWe are hopeful to have the standards identified and the training program in place by the end of 2019,” says Montez King, executive director of NIMS.
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