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Summary (NaturalNews) On May 22 and May 23 members from the Lyme disease community held a protest at the headquarters of the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) in Arlington, Virginia. Because of this, chronic Lyme patients have been unable to receive medical care that is a matter of urgency, as it has been known to be a fatal disease. It was Dr. MacDonald who found over a decade ago that the Lyme spirochete is similar to the Syphilis spirochete bacterium in that there is a late stage form of the disease.
Summary ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ohio - The tiny village of Arlington Heights, Ohio, is the site of one of the country's most notorious speed traps. By focusing their attentions on a small stretch of Interstate 75, police were able to rake in hundreds of thousands of dollars each year by issuing tickets of $110 to $175.
Summary The biggest weekend of summer American turf racing absolutely did not disappoint this past weekend. This week will see the turf courses taking a "backseat" to two of the headliners' on the midsummer schedule. The Travers Stakes and the Pacific Classic should help clear up both the three-year old and the horse of the year discussion a bit, but the turf picture remains quite hazy as move towards the fall.
Summary Chaldean Patriarch Louis Sako of Baghdad speaks during a July 22 news conference in Irbil, Iraq. Bishop Warduni was one of a number of Iraqi Christian bishops who gathered in Ankawa, a northern town near Irbil, July 21-22 to talk about the crisis unfolding in Mosul with representatives from the United Nations, UNICEF, Caritas and local government leaders. At the end of the two-day meeting, Chaldean Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako and bishops from the Chaldean, Syriac Orthodox, Syriac Catholic and Armenian churches called on the Iraqi government to "stop the catastrophe" and guarantee the "necessary protection" needed for Christians and other minorities being targeted by the fighters.
Summary Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) talks to his teammates before the play in a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens during the first half of play at AT&T Stadium in Arlington on Saturday, August 16, 2014. If you hope to see Tony Romo play the first half of Saturday's preseason game, if you expect him to build upon his two possession debut from this past weekend, it sounds like you'll be disappointed. "Well, I think you'll probably see him here against Miami about like you did the other night,'' owner Jerry Jones said Tuesday on 105.3 The Fan.
Summary Legendary sportscaster Bob Costas will kick off UT Arlington's 2014-15 Maverick Speakers Series on Sept. 25. Maverick Speakers Series fans will be doubly rewarded when James Carville and Mary Matalin, two nationally known political pundits, take the stage in October. James Stavridis, dean of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University; Michio Kaku, a theoretical physicist and a professor at City College of New York; and Henry Cisneros, former Housing and Urban Development secretary and former San Antonio mayor, also will be featured during the 2014-15 season.
Summary Seryn, a six-piece band from Denton, found its strength in their vast musical talent and understanding the dynamics of how to layer the textures of guitars, ukulele, accordion, bass, viola, banjo and various percussion. Picnics, snacks and coolers with beverages are allowed, including beer and wine, but no glass containers, please. Concessions are available at the pavilion, including burgers, veggie burgers,Irish nachos, chicken and quesadillas, beer and wine from J. Gilligans and snacks, hot dogs, nachos, homemade lemonade, kettle corn, ice cream and snow cones from MountainTop Sno and Mad Mike's Ice Cream.
Summary ARLINGTON -- More than 300 would-be family detectives set a record attending the Washington State Genealogy Conference. "After announcing that next year's conference would return to Arlington, a third of our attendees pre-registered and put down a deposit, which is unprecedented." Jim Johnson serves as director of the Heritage Quest Research Library in Sumner, and had attended the state conference in Oregon earlier in the month, but Arlington impressed him just from the number of books he was able to sell to eager researchers.
Summary ARLINGTON -- General Motors has bought an 11.5-acre tract that includes the Cowboys Dancehall across Abram Street from its assembly plant in Arlington, but the company says it has no current plans for the property. The business has about 15,000 square feet of space and employs six workers, he said. City officials said they were aware of the property sale to GM, but said the company has not indicated how it might use the land.