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“I’ve become a prostate cancer evangelist, telling every guy I meet to go get checked.”
$13,986 was donated to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s initiatives.
“He’s ready to go to work,” Officer Jay Hatfield said. “And the supervisors know, as long as he’s ready to go, I’m going to be bringing him”
Investigator Patrick Hogan was a USMC Persian Gulf War veteran and spent 22 years with the state police
The diagnosis had come less than two years into retirement after 20 years of distinguished service
The measure also includes members of the military who responded to 9/11 in Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, unlike the original legislation
The plight of two LE professionals who both died of duty-related melanomas highlights the inequities in workplace protections afforded to those who protect both humans and our natural resources
The department set up a trust fund to provide assistance with medical bills, groceries and other necessities for the couple and their two boys
Pink badges were provided to Bingham County officers and staff members to wear in honor of a corporal diagnosed with the disease in 2021