MGN ImageOLEAN – Over one hundred people in Cattaraugus County have been tested for COVID-19, the novel Coronavirus, but as of Thursday afternoon there are still no confirmed cases.The Cattaraugus County Public Health Director Dr. Kevin Watkins told WNYNewsNow a total of 121 tests for the virus have been issued since the outbreak first began.Watkins says 96 of those tested have come back negative for COVID-19. Twenty-five tests are still pending at the state’s Albany medical lab.The health director explained that there are 79 residents under some type of quarantine. He says among those quarantined are family members of the 25 people awaiting test results. A member of the county’s COVID-19 response team visits those quarantined each day for a “face-to-face” check-in. Watkins says the public health nurse will not only check in on those sickened, but also other family members to make sure they do not show signs of infection.Watkins expects the test results to return within 48 hours of being sent to the laboratory.Even though there are no confirmed cases of the virus, the heath director wants residents to assume the virus is present locally. Watkins encourages all to practice safe social distancing and stay home if they are sick. Those with questions should contact to their doctor. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)
Men and women have different views of money, according to Science. A recent survey indicated “There are four main categories that we associate with the content of our bank accounts: security, power, love, and freedom.”Women are twice as likely to correlate money with love and emotion, and men twice as apt to view money “as a sign of power and freedom.”Researchers believe understanding different gender perspectives will assist men and women in awareness of their financial beliefs.Variances in sentiment toward money are not the only differences between men and women when it comes to financial management and the role dollars play in everyday life. Read on to learn how women in particular experience money, and consider how you might accommodate their needs and preferences.‘Your problem is to bridge the gap which exists between where you are now and the goal you intend to reach.’ –Earl Nightingale, author and radio personality continue reading » 1SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
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Joseph Bassett Burress III, 34, of Aurora, Indiana, passed away Thursday, April 19, 2018 in Aurora, Indiana.He was born March 20, 1984 in Louisville, KY, son of the late Joseph B. Burress Jr. and the late Deborah A. Schnur-Burress.Joey, as he was known by his family and friends, worked at the Frisch’s in Aurora, IN.He was a Mooseheart High School Graduate in Mooseheart, IL. (near Batavia, IL). He enjoyed watching DVD’s, fishing, the Bengals and spending time with his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by everyone.Surviving are his grandparents, Gordon, Sr. and Marian Schnur of Harrison, OH; uncle, Gordon (Nicole) Schnur Jr. of Erlanger, KY; aunt, Donna (James) Ritter of Springdale, OH; uncle Gary (Renee) Schnur of Mascoutah, IL; and several cousins.Celebration of Life Services will be held May 12, 2018 from 1:00pm – 4:00pm at Riverview Crossing clubhouse. 4900 River Crest Dr., Harrison, OH 45030. There will be a small service at 3:00pm.Contributions may be made to the Mooseheart Charities (155 S International Dr. Mooseheart, IL 60539). Please mark donation “In Memory of Joseph Burress (Mooseheart Operating Fund)” If unable to attend services, please call the funeral home office at (812) 926-1450 and we will notify the family of your donation with a card.Visit: www.rullmans.com