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The keys to the Chateau Hotel and Conference Center, one of Bloomington’s largest and most recognizable hotels, could end up in the pockets of different owners. BLOOMINGTON — The keys to one of the city’s largest and most recognizable hotels could end up in the pockets of different owners. Adidev Developers LLC is pursuing the purchase
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 Fenton Home Furnishings continued its history of local philanthropy with recent gifts to the Fenton and Linden police and fire departments.  The company gave the Fenton Police Department $2,000. Police Chief Jason Slater said the money is going toward an upgrade to the software on the department’s LiveScan fingerprint device. LiveScan allows fingerprints for background
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Now with a single click, you’ll be able to read any of our articles in Spanish. As the novel coronavirus shut down businesses in Jackson Hole in March 2020, the Jackson Hole Daily worked to provide timely, accurate, critical public health information to help the community navigate a global pandemic. As articles multiplied in English,
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What’s the Difference Between Buying ‘Made in the USA’ and Buying From Local Businesses? You wouldn’t be alone if you thought that buying from local stores was synonymous with supporting American-made goods — but that’s not always the case. Though being conscious of supporting small businesses is important, here’s how you can tell the difference
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Oregon’s 9-1-1 Program and RapidSOS, an emergency response data platform, announced Monday a partnership to deliver lifesaving enhanced location data to each of the state’s 43 9-1-1 centers. Oregon is the first in the nation to securely deploy RapidSOS into an existing, secure statewide foundational Emergency Services IP Network, powered by Lumen.  “The existing 9-1-1
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The Federal Ministry of Health has revealed that the Federal Government is looking into making policies where local manufacturers must be patronised for health sector procurement. This was disclosed by the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Health, Abdulaziz Abdullahi, while on a visit to the Emzor Ultra Modern WHO-Compliant factory in Sagamu, Ogun State, on
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Republicans on the Joint Finance Committee stressed their support for the program’s purpose, but argued its execution needs reevaluating. Sen. Joan Ballweg, R-Markesan, said Republicans are “right-sizing” the program with the parameters of their plan. “I support the stewardship program, but (with) any government program, we’ve got to talk about scale,” said Sen. Duey Stroebel,
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RACINE COUNTY- Purchasing goods from farmer’s markets is an opportunity to support local businesses, farmers, and creators. Vendors offer fresh produce, vegetables, fruits, jams, art, homemade goods, jewelry, and even soaps. Items found at farmer’s markets are often one of a kind. Spend time with family and friends this summer by visiting the different farmer’s
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Much was still uncertain about best coronavirus protection when the first wave of the pandemic arrived: mask-wearing for the public was not yet recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, while hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes flew off store shelves. Demand for masks, gloves, gowns and face shields skyrocketed overnight from health care providers and
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Peters Township is poised to receive money toward the purchase of recycling equipment. On Monday, township council authorized a grant agreement with the Department of Environmental Protection by which the municipality will receive $51,996 toward the purchase of $57,774 worth of recycling equipment, representing 90% of the cost. The acquisitions are two roll-off containers for
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SALEM — The city’s police officers could soon wear body cameras when on duty. Salem’s annual budget for the coming fiscal year includes an $11.6 million capital improvement plan that provides $90,000 for body-worn cameras for police. The five-year plan calls for another $65,000 to go toward the technology for each of the next four years. The
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MOULTRIE, Ga. – After identifying an opportunity to partner with local educators, Colquitt Regional Medical Center established the Teacher Partnership Grant in 2019. This is part of an initiative set forth by the hospital to bring enhanced learning opportunities to students in science and math. The grant is awarded to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
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MUNCIE, Ind. — Several businesses and foundations have helped secure funding for a new K-9 unit for the Muncie Police Department after the force retired a longstanding canine officer.  Jan, one of the city’s K-9 officers, is being retired due to old age. The dog has worked for years with his MPD handler Joshua Carrington. According to a release from the city,
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Local COVID-19 numbers are down and city revenues are up — way up — as area consumers and businesses accelerate spending amid relaxed pandemic restrictions. Colorado Springs sales tax collections totaled $17.3 million in May, a whopping 60.8% year-over-year jump, according to a report this week by the city’s Finance Department. May’s sales tax collections
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Fourteen local food projects across Wisconsin have been selected to receive grants through the Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin program. Administered by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, BLBW is a competitive grant program designed to strengthen Wisconsin’s agriculture and food industries by helping farms and businesses more efficiently process, market, and distribute
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FROM THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, TRADE & CONSUMER PROTECTION Fourteen local food projects across Wisconsin have been selected to receive grants through the Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin (BLBW) program. Administered by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), BLBW is a competitive grant program designed to strengthen Wisconsin’s agriculture and food
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