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FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AFNS) — U.S. Air Force promotions are significant moments in every Airman’s career, but for Brig. Gen. Alfred K. Flowers, Jr., Air Force Medical Service Manpower, Personnel and Resources director, his promotion also means continuing in the Flowers family business. On September 7, Flowers, Jr. was pinned with his current rank by...
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The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is hosting a career fair in Grand Junction later in September. The event will be at the CDOT Maintenance Facility, 2328 G Rd., on Thursday, Sept. 30 from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. Temporary/seasonal and full-time positions for hire include: CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) Highway Maintenance Employee and Temporary...
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Posted: Sep 18, 2021 / 06:12 PM CDT / Updated: Sep 18, 2021 / 06:12 PM CDT The Razorbacks took care of business against Georgia Southern to move to 3-0 on the season for the first time since 2016. It didn’t take long for Arkansas to get on the board, 1:12 to be exact, and...
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(KNSI) – A two-car crash damaged a business in St. Cloud. According to the St. Cloud Police Department, around 4 p.m. on Friday, a car ran a red light at 7th avenue South and Highway 23, hitting a vehicle. The crash caused one of the vehicles to hit Lilly’s Burgers, Wings and Things on the...
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Sep 18th 2021 IT IS NOTHING new for foreign firms to endure shakedowns by the Chinese Communist Party. As far back as revolutionary times, Chairman Mao’s victorious troops did not directly confiscate foreign-owned assets as their Bolshevik forerunners had done in Russia. Instead, they wore them down with higher taxes and fines so big that...
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ST. LOUIS — The statue of a Native American that had stood watch at the northwest corner of Cherokee Street and Jefferson Avenue has been removed. The statue will be donated to the National Building Arts Center, a repository for area architectural artifacts in Sauget, the statement said. The sculptor, Bill Christman, endorsed the statue’s removal....
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The Company Lab is one of 84 prize winners in the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Growth Accelerator Fund Competition. CO.LAB is one of two Tennessee organizations to get the prize. Chattanooga’s nonprofit joins FoundersForge, a Johnston City-based accelerator. “The value of this prize shouldn’t be understated,” CO.LAB CEO Lindsey Cox said. “It will allow us...
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Diva’s Fashion in National City was vandalized for the second time in less than a month. “On Monday night around 9:30 p.m. I was in here closing up the shop with my nephew and niece and when we just heard clicking noises, like some shots fired and the three of us ran outside to see...
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Wausau Pilot & Review Editor’s note: Business of the Week is a sponsored feature that shares the stories of locally-owned and operated businesses in the Wausau area, highlighting the products and services they offer and the ways they contribute to the metro area’s unique flavor. Learn how to feature your business by emailing christina@wausaupilotandreview.com. This...
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Spotlight PA is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom powered by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. Harrisburg, Pa. — The Wolf administration’s controversial waiver program allowing businesses to remain open during the early months of the pandemic was flawed, administered unevenly, and...
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