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Lakota business celebrates expansion after success in Old Town | tidings

Megan Schnitker lights up when she talks about what owning her own business, which proudly displays her Lakota heritage, means to her children. “They can come here and their mom owns this store,” Schnitker said. “My 9-year-old definitely feels more confident telling people she’s local. “When she was in kindergarten, she came home very upset …

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New adventure center, attraction opens in Bedford County | Local business news

A new accommodation and adventure center opened this summer in Thaxton, breathing life into land that has lain empty for many years. Peaks Retreat and Adventure Center is located at 1336 Simmons Mill Road in Thaxton. After WoodmenLife Insurance Company closed its Woods Adventure and Conference Retreat home on the site five years ago, the …

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Joplin Health Department Food Inspections (August 8) | Local News

The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections conducted by the Joplin Health Department. Businesses that are inspected either pass or fail based on violations found during the inspection. These violations are divided into two categories: • Priority violations are more serious and relate to improper handling, storage and preparation of food. Globe …

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How the CHIPS Act Will Affect Texas; $35 billion in potential technology investment for Grayson County | tidings

AUSTIN — Texas economic and manufacturing leaders are hailing a new semiconductor bill they say is sure to elevate the state’s role as a leader in chip manufacturing. Last week, Congress passed the CHIPS and Science Act, a $52.7 billion bill that promotes domestic production of semiconductor chips, which are used in most modern technology, …

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Art studio wraps up student summer camps, hosts downtown art festival | Local News

Jason Koon Staff Writer Old School Studio (TOSS) will wrap up a summer of art activities and summer camps with an arts festival in downtown Morganton on Saturday. Set to be held from 4-7pm at the Green Wednesday Farmers Market at the intersection of North Green Street and Avery Avenue, the festival will feature food, …

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The state will expand taxpayer-subsidized health coverage tidings

BOSTON – The state’s subsidized health insurance system is slated for its biggest expansion in nearly a decade after lawmakers overrode Gov. Charlie Baker’s objections to approve the plan. Passed by the Legislature in the final days of its two-year session, the plan calls for a two-year pilot program that expands eligibility for ConnectorCare, the …

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RiverHouse brings new dining and entertainment options to downtown Hutchinson | business

If there’s one thing Eric Labraaten wants people to know about Hutchinson’s newest restaurant, RiverHouse Kitchen + Drinks, it’s this: “I mean, the biggest thing is, we’ve been asked — I’ve been asked — probably 5,000 times, when we’re going to open,” Labraaten said with a broad smile. “So I’d like to … put it …

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How to Recession Proof Your Life Amidst Economic Uncertainty | business

NEW YORK • Prices for gas, food and rent are on the rise. The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates to the highest level since 2018. The US economy has contracted for two consecutive quarters. Economists are divided on whether a recession is looming. What is clear is that the economic uncertainty is not going …

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You need more technology — MaKenzie Jones | Letters to the editor

I would like to highlight some information from Mike Cassling. We live and work in a technology-based economy. Technology infuses every aspect of our lives with improvements and advances that increase production, facilitate diagnostic calibrations, maintain efficient operations, and generate additional income opportunities. In Nebraska, we know how the agriculture industry has benefited from technology …

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