Beginning Monday, Nov. 15, childcare workers, who usually have their hands full, will have someone looking after them for a short while. During the week of Nov.16, the Navarro County Early Childhood Coalition will celebrate childcare workers by providing them with “goody bags” and boxed lunches.
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Tens of millions of Americans who work at companies with 100 or more employees will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by Jan. 4 or get tested for the virus weekly under government rules that took effect Thursday.
The Boeing Co. has told employees they must be vaccinated against COVID-19 or possibly be fired.
Across the state and nation legislators have faced calls to enact voter integrity laws. Recently the Daily Sun sat down with Navarro County’s Interim Election Administrator, Allie Thomas, to discuss voter integrity, as well as the upcoming District 6 Special Congressional runoff election.
The Texas Workforce Commission waived a rule to allow unemployed individuals to enroll in the child care subsidy program. Previously, only people already employed, or participating in education/training, could enroll. The change aims to help workers actively looking for employment, allowing up to three months to find work.
Good health. We all want it – a life where our bodies remain strong and able, allowing us to do the things we most enjoy. And, there's never been a time when good health and wellbeing have been more essential for our human connections, whether it is the opportunity to hug our loved ones, meet the first grandchild, play with our teams, or gather with friends again
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has awarded $650,000 to the University of North Texas at Dallas and Navarro College as part of the Texas Reskilling Support Fund Grant Program.
The Texas Workforce Commission is accepting applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance as a result of the February winter storm.
The first doses of the long-awaited COVID-19 vaccine hit Texas soil on Monday, bringing hope to a virus-ravaged state even as the daily death toll soars to its highest point since the pandemic first swept the nation nearly a year ago.
As the Texas economy continues to open, the Texas Workforce Commission announced Tuesday it will reinstate work search requirements for unemployment benefits Nov. 1. The requirement has been suspended since March due to the pandemic.