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The Kitsap County Veterans Advisory Board Wednesday voted unanimously to place a new levy on property and place an sales tax levy increasing the county’s sales tax 8.7 percent. “People may not like it, but our veterans are in an emergency situation, and it’s getting worse,” said board chairman Fred Scheffler. The levy will go before the Board of County Commissioners for approval without a vote of the people. During November’s general election county
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THIS EDITION A Sailor wipes down an F/A-18F Super Hornet assigned to the Black Aces of Strike Fighter Squadron 41 aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis. John C. Stennis is deployed in the Arabian Gulf as part of Operations Enduring Freedom and New Dawn. U.S. NAVY PHOTO BY MASS COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST 3RD CLASS BENJAMIN CROSSLEY
Unemployed sailors on the job hunt Kitsap WorkSource aids Naval Base Kitsap sailors laid off in nationwide downsizing By JJ Swanson email@example.com
The Navy laid off 15 enlisted sailors the first week of December. As they join 3,000 fellow sailors across the county in the first of two down sizings, the Naval Base Kitsap sailors scramble to find civilian jobs in the worst economy in our, Kitsap WorkSource gives them a leg up. The final phase of the Enlisted Retention Board, which evaluated sailors in overmanned rates from E4 to E8, closed on Nov. 29.
The command at Naval Base Kitsap notified everyone on the “not selected for retention” list and informed them of their options, according to Sheila Murray, public affairs officer for Navy Region Northwest. The deadline for transfers into other Navy ratings has also closed which means that sailors will join the 9 percent of the american workforce in the unemployment line. Though the Navy is offering some help such as extended health care coverage for six months, NEX and commissary privileges for two years, and paid time off for job and house hunting, finding a new career is still up the to sailors. “These guys are going through a lot. They may have heard about [Kitsap WorkSource] in their TAP programs, but everyone agrees they get so much information there, they are usually overwhelmed. So we’re personally inviting them to come in and talk,” said Margaret Hess, Director for WorkSource Center. Hess does that by sending applications to all those who have recently filed
unemployment claims with the military. Representatives are also making calls to people who have been profiled as having difficulty translating their military experience into a civilian job title. “It’s true that the Navy has more transferable positions, especially with the shipyard here. A Navy mechanic or supply officer may be able to translate his work skills more easily than, say, an Army infantryman. Some fields are really difficult to translate,” said Hess. Qualities like having a security clearance or experience with specific technology make ex-Navy men and women particularly attractive to federal contractors, explained Hess. In fact, some contractors prefer that nothing be translated or “civilianized,” rather that Navy applicants present themselves through military terminology, according to the director. However, the majority of human resources departments
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Stennis sailor chats up the President ...............pg. 2 Training dogs and children | Navy Wise ..............pg. 4 It’s over, time to support the veterans .................. pg.4 Penetta and Dempsey, Iraq ends ......................pg. 5
President calls sailor aboard Stennis STENNIS AT SEA (NNS) â€“ In an effort to reach out to deployed service members during the recent Thanksgiving holiday, President Barack Obama called 10 military members stationed around the world to wish them well and pass along Thanksgiving praise for their service to country. Chief. Damage Controlman 1st Class Nathan Snyder, a sailor stationed aboard USS John C. Stennis was among the 10 lucky enough to receive a call from the Commander in Chief. Snyder is from Sumner,
WA and is assigned to Engineering Departmentâ€™s Repair division. He spoke with President Obama for nearly ten minutes over the shipâ€™s telephone system as the rest of the crew took part in traditional Thanksgiving ceremonies. â€œThis was the one of the most memorable Thanksgivings Iâ€™ve ever had. It was a once in a lifetime opportunity that I donâ€™t think Iâ€™ll have again,â€? said Snyder. â€œOnce the President came on the line he addressed me as Nathan and we spoke for about five minutes.â€?
Holiday comment period for Kitsap 9/11 Memorial redesign By KRISTIN OKINAKA kokinaka@soundpublishing. com
The Kitsap 9/11 Memorial Committee still hopes to have the 9/11 memorial in
Engineering Department Sailor of the Year, Damage Controlman 1st Class Nathan Snyder, from Sumner, Wash., receives a phone call from the President of the United States on Thanksgiving in the Command Master Chiefâ€™s office aboard USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74). X
Snyder also noted how sincere the President was during his phone conversation. â€œHe was very nice and he
seemed genuine. He knew a lot about my career milestones and what Iâ€™ve done since reporting to Stennis. We also talked a bit about
sports and family and how things were going on deployment.â€? When first notified of his pending call with the
place by Sept. 11, 2012 in Bremertonâ€™s Evergreen Park. â€œThereâ€™s something about having a date out there thatâ€™s powerful,â€? said Dave Fergus, committee member and architect with local firm Rice Fergus Miller, who has been helping with the memorial design concept. For this yearâ€™s 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2011 attacks on the World Trade
Center, the committee hosted a large ceremonial groundbreaking event as the new design was being fostered through by Fergus and others. Following the presentation of a new design, 75 percent smaller in scope, to the Bremerton Parks and Recreation Board last week, displays of the revamped plans will be displayed and open for public comment at city hall.
Wyn Birkenthal, parks director, Wednesday said that he expects the design display boards to be arranged for viewing in the main lobby of the Norm Dicks Government Center by Dec. 16. Comment cards will be available for community input on the new design. He plans to keep the displays up for public comment at least through the first or second week of January. â€œWeâ€™re happy with the
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Kitsap 9/11 Memorial Committee Next meeting: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012 at Rice Fergus Miller www.kitsap911memorial.org progress and redesign,â€? Birkenthal said. The redesign was mandated in an agreement between the city and the committee, after concerns about the original planâ€™s size and message. Concerns raised by the parks board after viewing the new design included the committeeâ€™s ability to fund the memorial and its planned location leaves it as an island on its own in the east section of the park. â€œThey are concerns that arenâ€™t concerns because thatâ€™s not going to happen,â€? Fergus said. The committee doesnâ€™t plan on getting necessary permits and begin construction until all the money is raised and in-kind donations
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President, Snyder was told to contact the White House immediately and the process of preparing for the phone call began. â€œWhen I returned from liberty in Dubai my Senior Chief told me I was selected to speak with the President over Thanksgiving and that I needed to contact the White House immediately over email,â€? said Snyder. â€œIn the five days between finding out and actually talking to President Obama, I was on a two minute standby. There were a lot of preparations
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Housing Allowances Navy Band Northwest brings cheer to Retsil vets to Rise in 2012 By Karen Parrish American Forces Press Service
WASHINGTON – Service members stationed in the United States will see an average increase of 2 percent when new basic allowance for housing rates take effect Jan. 1. The Defense Department Thursday announced the 2012 BAH rates, along with basic allowance for subsistence rates, which will also increase slightly. Department officials said the average BAH increase for 2012 is approximately $39 per month, though the
actual amount depends on where a service member lives, what his or her rank is and whether he or she is supporting family members. Cheryl Anne Woehr, defense BAH program manager, said about 35 percent of the military’s housing areas will see a housing allowance decrease, but the change will apply only to members newly reporting to those locations. Service members are given individual rate protection, she said, which ensures that those already assigned to a location will not see their BAH rate decrease. However, they will
RETSIL, Wash. (NNS) -- Veterans gathered at the Washington Veterans Home to watch the Five Star Brass Quintet from Navy Band Northwest perform holiday songs, Dec. 12. Five Star Brass Quintet is part of Navy Band Northwest and performs throughout the Pacific Northwest for a variety of military functions and public concerts. The quintet consists of five members who play a variety of instruments such as trumpet, French horn, trombone and tuba. “We hope that we leave them with a much bigger sense of holiday cheer than they had before they came,” said Musician 3rd Class Gregory Lopes. Recreation Therapist Manager Tami Reuter said
receive the increase if the rate goes up. That protection ensures the rate change doesn’t penalize service members who already are obligated to leases or rental contracts based on a previous, higher housing cost, Woehr said. “We measure the cost of rental housing in each area, and economic factors can have different influences in each area,” she said. “That’s why rates are going up in some areas and down in others.” DOD collects housing data annually for
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veterans at the Washington Veterans Home have the option to choose their own events, and the quintet was at the top of the list. “Navy Band is a favorite of the residents here,” said Reuter. “In the holidays we like to seize the moment and music does just that.” Performing many songs including “Joy to the World,” “Jingle Bells,” “Deck the Halls,” and “Silent Night,” the band had the audience clapping their hands and tapping their feet to the holiday melodies. “I loved it,” said former Airman David Riggs. “The music really makes me feel good and gets me into the holiday spirit.” Navy Band Northwest is also performing at Everett Performing Arts Center in
Everett, Wash. Dec. 16 at 7 p.m. and Oak Harbor High School in Oak Harbor, Wash. Dec. 17 at 3 p.m.
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Grand news It’s grand news that the war in Iraq officially ended Thursday. After more than 21 years of effort to contain the country by fighting two distinct war on Iraqi soil, it’s simply time – regardless of what Senator John McCain and other warhawks say from the comfort of Washington D.C holiday parties. The recent nearly nine years of war left 4,500 American service members dead, 32,000 wounded and $800 billion to pay for it all. And, at times split our national unity. It’s time to move on, draw down and begin the national healing, now required, in order to foster public support behind the real “final phase” of the Iraq war and its long-term costs to the American people in supporting of hundreds of thousands of veterans that will seek life-long benefits, such as general healthcare and mental healthcare. For years the debate will continue regarding the value of the war to the American people, in relation to its cost GREG in blood and treasure. SKINNER And while this one ends, the war in Afghanistan will continue for years before those men and women rotating through multiple deployments there begin to come home for good. Let’s hope that today’s leaders will not be remembered for a colossal failure to care for and support this war’s veterans, and more so let them never forget what they asked young men and women, on the way to adulthood, to do in the name of us all.
“You will leave with great pride - lasting pride.” – Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to the last troops in Iraq
“More than 1.5 million Americans have served in Iraq. More than 30,000 of these brave men and women were wounded. Nearly 4,500 gave their lives. America’s military families have borne a heavy burden.” – President Barack Obama
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Training dogs and children, click-click It has become abundantly clear to me in the last month that before having children I should have attended a dog obedience class. It’s also become clear, thanks to our adolescent dog, Sparky, what I should expect from my soon-to-be adolescent son, Ford. Now, I’m not saying my children are like dogs and vice versa. I cannot, after all, put my children in crates. And despite Sparky’s “kisses” and nudges with a wet nose, his “hugs” do not compare to those from Ford, Owen and Lindell. But there are eerie similarities. So many, in fact, that I’ve begun to wonder why the hospital didn’t send me home with “Dogs for Dummies” instead of a copy of Parenting magazine. Take the Click-N-Treat dog training method as an example. Without being a Dog Whisperer, I know Sparky’s internal dialogue—”squirrel, squirrel, small boy with sticky hands, squirrel, squirrel, FREEZEDRIED LIVER!”—and that using food lures for dog training makes sense. Sparky will do just about anything—spin in circles, bow his head, get in his crate— for the chance to eat a morsel of liver. And once Sparky has been rewarded for an action, he is bound to do it again....and again, and again. So, it’s important that Sparky knows exactly which behavior earned him the treat: “Was it because I opened my mouth and panted? Or because I covered my nose with my paw? Surely it’s not because I covered my nose with my paw. Why would she want me to do that? I think I’ll pant again.” On a recent walk, when the treat bag accidentally fell and spilled on the pavement, you could almost see the thought process on
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Sparky’s face: “Now what did I do to make THAT happen?” AVY The clicker, a handheld button that makes a popping sound ISE when pressed and is irresistible to children, narrows the behavior ARAH down by a matter of seconds. If MILEY Sparky was licking his paw in an upstroke when he heard the click, he will lick his paw in an upstroke again. Imagine life with toddlers if you had a clicker! How many times did I tell baby Owen to stop throwing his graham crackers on the floor, only to turn around and find him throwing his milk on the floor, too...and smiling? Eventually Owen associated my frustration and stomping foot with good, funny things: Spill the milk and mommy makes all kinds of silly faces. I think he enjoyed watching me clean up, too. With a clicker, I could have rewarded Owen every time the food went in his mouth, not on the floor. Which leads to another bastion of dog training: consistency. For Sparky, math is simple: paws plus couch always equals banishment to the crate. So, Sparky doesn’t get on the couch anymore. I wish I’d had the same will power with my children, who quickly learned that mom lets them eat in the living room so long as they “picnic on the floor,” but dad never lets food out of the kitchen, so when in doubt, pull a kitchen chair in between the two rooms and eat there. Of course, a child is not a dog. There are in fact many differences, including primate feelings like guilt. When my children cried in their crib because they
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Dempsey: Iraq exit is not Panetta, Dempsey mark end of Iraq war exit from Middle East By Cheryl Pellerin
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BAGHDAD â€“ Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta landed Thursday in Iraq to join Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, in ceremonies marking the end of the U.S. military mission in Iraq. The secretary and chairman, along with Army Gen. Lloyd Austin, commander of U.S. Forces Iraq, and Ambassador James Jeffrey, will lead the U.S. delegation at the ceremony. â€œThis will be an historic moment where we basically enter a new chapter in Iraq in which we deal with them in a way that represents the kind of normal relationship we have with other countriesâ€? in the region, Panetta told reporters traveling here
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta talks to U.S. service members during a flag casing ceremony that marked the end of Operation New Dawn, at the former Sather Air Base, in Baghdad, Iraq, Dec. 15, 2011. Since 2003, more than 1 million Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines have served in Iraq. MASTER SGT. CECILIO RICARD, U.S. AIR FORCES CENTRAL
with him. The secretary, who arrived here after visits to Djibouti in the Horn of Africa and Afghanistan, will join U.S. and Afghan officials in high-
lighting the successes made here and the service and sacrifice over the past eight
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KUWAIT CITY â€“ As the last 5,700 U.S. troops leave Iraq to govern itself as a sovereign nation, the best way for the United States to support that countryâ€™s success is to stay broadly engaged in the region, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday. As part of his first USO holiday tour as chairman, Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey landed at dawn at Kuwait International Airport, traveling with his senior enlisted advisor, Marine Corps Sgt. Maj. Bryan B. Battaglia, their wives, and celebrities arriving to entertain the troops. â€œThe exit from Iraq is not an exit from the region,â€? Dempsey told reporters just before the USO show at Camp Buehring, one of three remaining staging posts for troops and their equipment in northwestern Kuwait. â€œThe best way to ensure Iraq has the kind of future we all want for it is to stay engaged broadly,â€? the chairman said, adding that the Strategic Framework Agreement, signed by the
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WASHINGTON â€“ When the last U.S. troops in Iraq case their colors and move to Kuwait, they can leave with their heads held high, secure in the knowledge they did what was right for America and peace in the region, President Barack Obama told service members at Fort Bragg, N.C., Wednesday. Obama noted the end of the war in Iraq during his speech to thousands of service members -- many of whom served multiple tours in Iraq since 2003. The most important lesson from the war in Iraq is about Americaâ€™s national character, Obama said. â€œFor all of the challenges that our nation faces, you remind us that thereâ€™s noth-
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ing we Americans canâ€™t do when we stick together,â€? he said. â€œFor all the disagreements that we face, you remind us thereâ€™s something bigger than our differences, something that makes us one nation and one people. Regardless of color, regardless of creed, regardless of what part of the country we come from, regardless of what backgrounds we come out of, you remind us weâ€™re one nation.â€? That fact is why the American military is the most respected institution
â€œWhen times were tough, you kept fighting. When there was no end in sight, you found light in the darkness,â€? â€“ President Obama in the country, the president said. The young men and women at Fort Bragg represent more than 1.5 million Americans who have served in Iraq. More than 30,000 Americans have physical wounds from the conflict with tens of thousands afflicted by unseen wounds like traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress. â€œNearly 4,500 Americans made the ultimate sacrifice, including 202 fallen heroes from here at Fort Bragg -202,â€? Obama said. â€œSo today
we pause to say a prayer for all those families whoâ€™ve lost their loved ones, for they are part of our broader American family.â€? This 9/11 generation has earned its place in history, the president said. â€œBecause of you, because you sacrificed so much for a people that you had never met, Iraqis have a chance to forge their own destiny,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s part of what makes us special as Americans. Unlike the old empires, we donâ€™t make these sacrifices for territory or for resources; we do it because itâ€™s right. â€œThere can be no fuller expression of Americaâ€™s support for self-determination than our leaving Iraq to its people,â€? he added. â€œThat says something about who we are.â€? And U.S. service members in Afghanistan are taking on the Taliban and breaking the back of al-Qaida, the president said. â€œBecause of you, weâ€™ve begun a transition to â€Ś the Afghans that will allow us to bring our troops home from there,â€? Obama said. â€œAnd around the globe, as we draw down in Iraq, we have gone after al-Qaida so that terrorists who threaten America will have no safe haven, and Osama bin Laden will never again walk the face of this Earth.â€? Soon the last soldiers will leave Iraq, and the achievements of Americans who fought there will belong to history, the president said. He compared them to
the men and women who fought for independence from Great Britain and who defeated fascism and communism. He also recalled the Civil War saying this generation, like the one that fought for union, has been â€œtouched by fire.â€? â€œAll of you here today have lived through the fires of war,â€? Obama said. â€œYou will be remembered for it. You will be honored for it, always. You have done something profound with your lives.â€? Todayâ€™s service members enlisted during a time of war knowing that theyâ€™d be the ones who went into harmâ€™s way, Obama said. â€œWhen times were tough, you kept fighting. When there was no end in sight, you found light in the darkness,â€? the president said. â€œAnd years from now, your legacy will endure in the names of your fallen comrades etched on headstones at Arlington, and the quiet memorials across our country, in the whispered words of admiration as you march in parades, and in the freedom of our children and our grandchildren.â€? And they will remember that they were touched by fire, and can be proud they answered the call, the president said. â€œYou served a cause greater than yourselves, you helped forge a just and lasting peace with Iraq and among all nations,â€? he said. â€œI could not be prouder of you, and America could not be prouder of you.â€?
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BOCC | FROM PAGE 1 voters overwhelmingly turned down a levy that sought to add 5 cents per $1,000 of assets value. The Veterans Assistance Fund is at its lowest in cash reserves and, according to Kitsap County human services planner Leif Bentsen, is running out of money. County Commissioners in 2009 took nearly $400,000 from the assistance fund to balance the general fund and keep county employees at work. The number of veterans needing emergency assistance in the county has been on a slow rise, at least since the recession began, according to Gary Hughes, veterans representative for Kitsap Community Resources. The number of applicants seeking emergency assistance in 2011 totaled 803 veterans. This figure is up from 746 clients in 2010 and 694 clients in 2009. “I had to turn away six veterans today. Gary called and said there is no more [money],” said Joel
Courreges, service officer at Disabled American Veterans. The Veterans Fund gives qualifying veterans assistance with items like rent, gas for heating, medical, clothing, burial expensis, and transportation to go to job interviews, according to Hughes. According to Bentsen, unemployment is not limited to the veterans of previous wars such as Vietnam and Korea. Bentsen pointed out that Naval Base Kitsap has already laid off 15 enlisted sailors. With the draw down in Iraq, Lowe added, the community will likely see even bigger lay offs in the Marines and Army in 2012. “Homelessness is the symptom,” said Scheffler. “The cause is that we just don’t have the economic base to put these guys to work.”
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SMILEY | FROM PAGE 4 didn’t want to be alone or go to sleep, it never was an option to leave the house until they were quiet. It never was an option to leave the house without them, period. Sparky knows that whining won’t get him out of the crate because it’s never— not once—worked when I’m not physically present to hear the crying. And I make sure I’m not present to hear the crying. When I return to let loose a calm, happy Sparky, who is now able to console himself and deal with loneliness, we are both better for it. Which is another good parenting lesson, actually. In Sparky’s first few days at home, he followed me everywhere I went. He was like an infant who thinks his mother hung the stars. He looked at me with great, big, adoring puppy-dog eyes. All was right with our relationship. Then Sparky turned six months old. This, in dog years, is equivalent to adolescence. My lovable pup was then found sneaking away with the head of a Darth Vader action figure or my favorite red shoes. He didn’t come back when I whistled for him. And, indeed, sometimes he looked over his shoulder and said, “Yeah, right.” No, really. That’s what he said. I’ve taken these slights personally. I’ve reexamined
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goes into the veterans fund. Two cents on every $1,000 will almost double the veterans fund intake, according Bentsen. That new number is approximately $600,000 a year for the fund. “I was on the phone with folks in Olympia, and they have a $2.4 billion plug to fill up there. They said, you need to understand we aren’t as enamored with vets out here. It is a more hostile environment,” said Scheffler. “We could say that they’re right and not do anything. But isn’t our job to put veterans needs in front of the people? This is the need, regardless of the forecast,” said Bentsen. However, this year the board is proposing that the veterans levy be taken out of “county regular status” and be presented as a “standalone levy” for veterans only. Being specific about where the funds will go, and exactly what they will be used for is key to preventing misuse of funds by the county, according to Bentsen. “There will be no temptation to do what they did two
neither Sparky’s aloofness nor his closeness bear much of an immediate reflection on me. I can’t take it personally. I can only stay consistent, keep clicking and be there when Sparky runs back panting. And that’s a valuable lesson as a parent. Minus the clicker. And, the panting.
years ago. The funds will go to the veterans who need it,” said Bentsen. But raising taxes in this economic climate is a dangerous game, according to Scheffler.
SALES TAX The sales tax levy proposes that one-tenth of one percent be collected for use in veterans courts. Veterans courts are therapeutic courts which seek to rehabilitate veterans charged with misdemeanors and felonies. The courts also look to decrease recidivism rates with veterans repeatedly
coming back to prison. According to Joel Courreges, in Kitsap County, 990 veterans were booked into county jail during 2010, more than 5o percent had been there before, and 39 of the veterans booked into the jail were homeless. Both Mason and Thurston counties have adopted the sales tax levy to pay for mental health services such as veterans’ courts, according to Bentsen. Bentsen explained that it is just a shifting of sales taxes already collected and all counties have the authority to decide where such taxes are used.
UNEMPLOYED | FROM PAGE 1 still expect the right key words when hiring. Some sailors don’t even know what type into the job title search box, according to WorkSource. “It’s the biggest challenge, knowing their audience and being able to create the match in writing,” explained Hess of why some ex-military personnel have such a hard time finding jobs. WorkSource encourages all sailors to visit oNetonline. org, a website that helps them find the right language to start searching. For example, a machinists mate, one overmanned rating, might visit the website and go to the “crosswalks,” select his branch of service and military rate. The search will return conversions like
“maintenance electrician,” “process technician,” and “building maintenance mechanic” with links to job listings in those categories. This takes the guess work out of what he might be qualified for. It also shows him the language that many of the human resource departments are using when writing the job listing. “Employers are using this tool when they write their own job descriptions, especially those that don’t have huge HR offices. They are drawing from oNet codes and descriptions to fill jobs. If you’re using the same codes, then you’re speaking the same language,” said Hess. Employment in Kitsap County is “fairly flat”
The court would be the 76th court of its kind in the nation and would take felony as well as misdemeanor cases. Training sessions for the courts start Feb. 5, headed by Judge Jay Roof of the Kitsap County Superior Court. Though the advisory board approved the percentage of the sales tax to be collected, Scheffler proposed that they go back to tighten the wording on the levy. “It needs to be clearer that these funds are for the maintenance, training, and also follow up services,” said Scheffler.
according to the director. The Center was put through its paces in 2008 when the unemployment rate rose dramatically, but since then it reports that the situation is recovering at a snail’s pace. “While the recession is ending, the recovery for job seekers is very slow. Most of the jobs we see coming back are the occupations we lost the most, the lower paying jobs. Unemployment hasn’t gone up in the last year, but I guess the bad news is it hasn’t gone down either,” said Hess. The center reports that about 50 percent of applicants that come in for an initial counseling session come back for additional help with their job search. “The local military are job ready, but they need coaching,” said Hess.
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Sailor awarded Soldiers Medal for heroism YORKTOWN, Va (NNS) â€“ A sailor assigned to Riverine Squadron 3, part of Navy Expeditionary Combat Command, was awarded the Soldierâ€™s Medal Dec. 13, for his acts of heroism in Afghanistan. Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Roy Jaquez helped save the lives of three crew members May 3, 2010, when a commercial Russian Mi - 17 Heavy Lift Transportation helicopter fell from the sky at Forward Operating Base Kala Gush, in Nuristan Province, Afghanistan. Jaquez and four other service members kicked in the cockpit glass and pulled
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