>Brookings Oregon News, Sports, & Weather | The Curry Coastal Pilot

News Classifieds Web
web powered by Web Search Powered by Google

News arrow News arrow Business arrow AUDIOLOGIST JOINS BROOKINGS CLINIC

AUDIOLOGIST JOINS BROOKINGS CLINIC Print E-mail
June 30, 2000 11:00 pm

Audiologist Sheri Loveland =recently joined audiologist Patricia Lashway and the staff at Pacific Coast Hearing Center.

She is a graduate of Idaho State University with a masters degree in audiology.

Loveland served with the U.S. Air Force in Okinawa, Japan, and with public health in Ogden, Utah, before coming to Brookings.

She is a member of the Idaho National Guard and said she plans to continue her service in Oregon.

Loveland is married to James Loveland and they have three children, T.J., 7, Saori, 4, and Jordan (Jo Jo), 3.

Pacific Coast Hearing Center is the only audiology clinic in Curry and Del Norte counties, Lashway said. It provides hearing services for adults, children and infants.

All the latest technological advances in hearing instruments are available as well as hearing aid repair, assistive listening devices and accessories.

For appointments, call (541) 469-3511 or toll free (800) 887-4327.

 

Business News by Yahoo Finance

  • Asia stocks rise as risk aversion wanes, Aussie spikes
    Asian stocks edged up on Wednesday as risk aversion triggered by recent geopolitical tensions continued to ebb, while the Australian dollar spiked on stronger-than-expected inflation data. Violence continued in Gaza, but hopes rose for an easing of tension in Ukraine after pro-Russian rebels handed the flight recorders and victims' remains from a downed Malaysian airliner to international authorities. In currencies, the Australian dollar, already on a bullish footing after the country's central bank chief on Tuesday chose not to talk down the currency, spiked 0.4 percent to $0.9429 in response to stronger-than-expected inflation data that dent rate cut expectations.
  • Apple revenue lags Street's view despite strong China growth
    Apple Inc posted a smaller-than-expected 6 percent rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday, but revenue surged 28 percent in greater China despite stiff competition in its third-largest market. It sold 35.2 million iPhones in the June quarter, a rise of about 13 percent that was in line with analysts' projections, helped by a strong performance in an Asian market considered crucial to Apple's longer-term growth prospects. Chief Executive Tim Cook told analysts on a conference call that Apple's Chinese performance was "honestly surprising." Unit iPhone sales jumped about 48 percent and Mac computer sales rose 39 percent in the June quarter, Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri said in an interview. This month, Samsung Electronics Co Ltd estimated April-June operating profit far below most analysts' forecasts, as its Galaxy S5 sold more slowly than expected in the face of severe competition.   
  • Violations at McDonald's, Yum China supplier company-led: regulator
    Food safety violations at Shanghai Husi Food Co Ltd, a supplier to global brands including McDonald's Corp and Yum Brands Inc, were company-led and not the acts of individuals, the official Xinhua news agency said, citing the Shanghai food and drug watchdog. McDonald's and KFC's parent Yum, along with a number of other global brands, have been pulled into a food safety scandal in China after it emerged that Shanghai Husi Food, a unit of U.S.-based OSI Group LLC, had supplied expired meat to clients.

Follow Curry Coastal Pilot headlines on Follow Curry Coastal Pilot headlines on Twitter

© Copyright 2001 - 2014 Western Communications, Inc. All rights reserved. By Using this site you agree to our Terms of Use