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Selling used goods online may trigger additional reporting next year - The Keene Sentinel
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On March. 15, Congressman Chris Pappas introduced legislation to raise the threshold for 1099-K reporting for goods sold on marketplaces to ensure sellers on online marketplaces do not pay more

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Selling used goods online may trigger additional reporting next year - The Keene Sentinel

Waunakee man's IT start-up named semifinalist in Governor's Business Plan Contest - HNGnews.com
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Any day now, Craig Clickner should learn whether the business he co-founded will advance to Phase 2 of the Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest.

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Waunakee man's IT start-up named semifinalist in Governor's Business Plan Contest - HNGnews.com

Oswego County offers second booster doses of COVID-19 vaccine today - oswegocountynewsnow.com
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OSWEGO COUNTY — The Oswego County Health Department will begin offering second booster doses of the COVID-19 vaccine during its walk-in clinic today (April 6).

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Oswego County offers second booster doses of COVID-19 vaccine today - oswegocountynewsnow.com

Beloit's Rising Queens hold entrepreneurial workshops thanks to grant - Beloit Daily News
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The Rising Queens organization is offering workshops to assist people who are planning to start their own businesses.

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Beloit's Rising Queens hold entrepreneurial workshops thanks to grant - Beloit Daily News

St. Joseph meets work-from-home needs | Business | newspressnow.com - News-Press Now
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The Newell family was quickly growing out of its house in St. Louis. With 14 kids, they needed a bigger place to live.

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St. Joseph meets work-from-home needs | Business | newspressnow.com - News-Press Now

State sees small decrease in COVID cases | News - YourSun.com
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SARASOTA — After rising for 12 consecutive weeks, the number of new COVID-19 cases in Florida finally leveled off last week.

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State sees small decrease in COVID cases | News - YourSun.com

COVID-19 vaccinations ongoing while positive cases continue to decline - oswegocountynewsnow.com
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OSWEGO COUNTY — The Oswego County Health Department reported an additional 103 residents tested positive for COVID-19 from June 13 through June 19. This includes both lab-confirmed and at-home tests.

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COVID-19 vaccinations ongoing while positive cases continue to decline - oswegocountynewsnow.com

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations spiking upward; map turns mostly yellow - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia's COVID hospitalizations have spiked upward, from 191 on Sunday to 285 on Friday, while the state's virus positivity map is no longer awash

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations spiking upward; map turns mostly yellow - WV News

West Virginia sees spike in COVID hospitalizations - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID hospitalizations recently saw a spike upward, from 191 on July 2 to 285 less than a week later.

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West Virginia sees spike in COVID hospitalizations - WV News

Area resident turns love of crafting into community business - WV News
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LONACONING, Md. (WV News) - Lonaconing has a new store, and Christina Nolan couldn’t be happier.

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Area resident turns love of crafting into community business - WV News

Froma Harrop: Even for techies, work from home is only a remote possibility - Maryville Daily Times
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The very tech companies that created the ability to do office work from home want their own people back at the ranch. Apple Inc. made headlines last spring when it

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Froma Harrop: Even for techies, work from home is only a remote possibility - Maryville Daily Times

High levels of COVID-19 continue to strain the workforce - KITV Honolulu
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More than two years into the pandemic, businesses are still struggling to adjust to the impact of COVID-19 on their workforce.

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High levels of COVID-19 continue to strain the workforce - KITV Honolulu

DEV.co Expands WordPress Development Team for Custom Client Web Development Projects - Daily Record-News
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Software development company expands WordPress design and development team as new client work grows.

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DEV.co Expands WordPress Development Team for Custom Client Web Development Projects - Daily Record-News

Frontline to Farm training to help veterans learn more about agriculture - Watauga Democrat
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BOONE — More than 30 veterans will attend hands-on training through Appalachian State University’s Frontline to Farm program.

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Frontline to Farm training to help veterans learn more about agriculture - Watauga Democrat

WHS Sustainability Club to receive NCGreenPower grant with help from fundraiser - Watauga Democrat
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BOONE — The Watauga High School Sustainability Club, a student-driven organization, was recently awarded a grant from NC GreenPower to provide students with an educational solar photovoltaic array.

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WHS Sustainability Club to receive NCGreenPower grant with help from fundraiser - Watauga Democrat

Home buyers with lower credit scores pay an extra $104000 in mortgage costs - goskagit.com
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Improving your credit score can save hundreds a month on your mortgageA borrower with a "fair" credit score could pay $103,626 more over the life of a 30-year mortgage for

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Home buyers with lower credit scores pay an extra $104000 in mortgage costs - goskagit.com

West Virginia COVID czar discusses latest vaccine - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — The newest COVID-19 vaccine, Novavax, is a more traditional vaccine compared to those from Moderna and Pfizer, according to the state's COVID-19 czar.

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West Virginia COVID czar discusses latest vaccine - WV News

Local farmer encourages innovative sustainability practices | News - Southernminn.com
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When Wil Crombie inherited his grandparents’ farm, he wasn’t sure what to do with the land. That is, he said, until he quit his job and took a life-changing trip

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Local farmer encourages innovative sustainability practices | News - Southernminn.com

Hawaii students finally returning to classrooms without COVID-19 restrictions - KITV Honolulu
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Excitement is building as Hawaii students prepare to return to the classroom -- for the first time in two years without COVID-19 restrictions.

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Hawaii students finally returning to classrooms without COVID-19 restrictions - KITV Honolulu

Housing market still unfriendly for first-time home buyers, rates may be at their peak in West Virginia - WV News
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CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV News) — The Federal Reserve raised a key interest rate by another 0.75 percentage point after their July 27 meeting, boosting long-term mortgage rates higher again.

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Housing market still unfriendly for first-time home buyers, rates may be at their peak in West Virginia - WV News

Galisteo Preserve's story is one to remember | Real Estate | santafenewmexican.com - Santa Fe New Mexican
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Recent news that the Galisteo Basin Preserve will develop no more homesites is great news for hikers and bikers who enjoy the desolate beauty of the ancient trails and sweeping

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Galisteo Preserve's story is one to remember | Real Estate | santafenewmexican.com - Santa Fe New Mexican

North Dakota Insurance Department to analyze blockchain use on assessing uninsured motorist issue - Williston Daily Herald
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The North Dakota Insurance Department (NDID), in conjunction with the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT), is conducting a proof-of-concept (“POC”) leveraging blockchain technology to identify uninsured drivers.

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North Dakota Insurance Department to analyze blockchain use on assessing uninsured motorist issue - Williston Daily Herald

This week in the archives: Watauga hospital expands, skateboarder injured, a sustainable tourism conference - Watauga Democrat
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Editor’s note: This article features news and photos from past editions of the Watauga Democrat.

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This week in the archives: Watauga hospital expands, skateboarder injured, a sustainable tourism conference - Watauga Democrat

Heloise: Climate change | Human Interest | unionleader.com - The Union Leader
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DEAR HELOISE: I’m so very worried about climate change. Well, actually the entire environment. I have five children and nine grandchildren, and I worry that this planet will be trashed

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Heloise: Climate change | Human Interest | unionleader.com - The Union Leader

West Virginia's COVID hospitalizations hit 337; highest since March 10 - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia's COVID hospitalizations hit 337 Tuesday, the highest number since March 10, when the state had 342.

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West Virginia's COVID hospitalizations hit 337; highest since March 10 - WV News

COVID cases declining, monkeypox rising | News - YourSun.com
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COVID-19 numbers in the state are trending in the right direction but aren’t dropping nearly as quickly as they did following the first omicron surge early in the year.

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COVID cases declining, monkeypox rising | News - YourSun.com

Residents urged to remain vigilant as COVID hospitalizations increase - oswegocountynewsnow.com
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OSWEGO COUNTY — The Oswego County Health Department reported that 218 residents have tested positive for COVID-19 from July 25 through July 31. This includes both lab-confirmed and at-home tests.

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Residents urged to remain vigilant as COVID hospitalizations increase - oswegocountynewsnow.com

6 more COVID deaths reported in West Virginia - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — Six more COVID deaths were reported Wednesday by the state, pushing the total to 7,169.

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6 more COVID deaths reported in West Virginia - WV News

Itawamba County remains under high level risk for COVID-19 cases - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
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Itawamba County remains at a high level risk for COVID-19 cases according to the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH).

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Itawamba County remains under high level risk for COVID-19 cases - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

The Linux Foundation Announces Keynote Speakers for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
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Global visionaries headline the premier open source event in Europe to share on OSS adoption in Europe, driving the circular economy, finding inspiration through the pandemic, supply chain security and

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The Linux Foundation Announces Keynote Speakers for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

New Hampshire Advances Sustainable Tourism Initiative | Local News | caledonianrecord.com - Caledonian Record
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For the past several years, the state of New Hampshire has made a concerted effort to market its outdoor recreational opportunities to a widening net of visitors.

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New Hampshire Advances Sustainable Tourism Initiative | Local News | caledonianrecord.com - Caledonian Record

Sullivan school board to sell former Colonial Heights Middle online, removes school-use deed restriction - Kingsport Times News
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The change is an about-face by the board, which earlier this year adding a deed restriction saying the school couldn't be used as a school.

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Sullivan school board to sell former Colonial Heights Middle online, removes school-use deed restriction - Kingsport Times News

Watch now: Sullivan school board to sell former Colonial Heights Middle online, removes school-use deed restriction - Kingsport Times News
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The change is an about-face by the board, which earlier this year added a deed restriction saying the school property couldn't be used as a school.

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Watch now: Sullivan school board to sell former Colonial Heights Middle online, removes school-use deed restriction - Kingsport Times News

The Linux Foundation Announces Keynote Speakers for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 - Idaho State Journal
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Global visionaries headline the premier open source event in Europe to share on OSS adoption in Europe, driving the circular economy, finding inspiration through the pandemic, supply chain security and

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The Linux Foundation Announces Keynote Speakers for Open Source Summit Europe 2022 - Idaho State Journal

County now high transmission for COVID | News | logandaily.com - Logan Daily News
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LOGAN — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has now listed Hocking County as having a “high” community level of coronavirus transmission, the Hocking County Health Department reported on

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County now high transmission for COVID | News | logandaily.com - Logan Daily News

SENIOR NEWS LINE: Is another COVID winter around corner? - mycouriertribune.com
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We're in our third summer of the COVID pandemic and another winter is coming.

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SENIOR NEWS LINE: Is another COVID winter around corner? - mycouriertribune.com

West Virginia reaches 7,200 COVID deaths - WV News
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — Another grim milestone in West Virginia's COVID history: The state has reached and surpassed 7,200 virus deaths, moving to 7,201 with the nine deaths reported

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West Virginia reaches 7,200 COVID deaths - WV News

New COVID cases remain steady in area | Local News | rockymounttelegram.com - Rocky Mount Telegram
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New cases of COVID-19 in Nash County remain at a steady level and older people continue to be the most-at-risk group of people to become seriously ill or die from

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New COVID cases remain steady in area | Local News | rockymounttelegram.com - Rocky Mount Telegram

Edge of Ag News - WV News
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Conservation-planning tool offered

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Edge of Ag News - WV News

Bitcoin, blockchain discussed at latest Business@Breakfast event by Harrison County (West Virginia) Chamber - WV News
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BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (WV News) — Members of the local business community were given the opportunity to explore Bitcoin and blockchain technology Friday morning.

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Bitcoin, blockchain discussed at latest Business@Breakfast event by Harrison County (West Virginia) Chamber - WV News

Clean energy | News | fergusfallsjournal.com - Fergus Falls Daily Journal
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Renewable energy efforts are increasing across the country and an array of new initiatives occurring in west central Minnesota are serving to make the lakes region a stellar example of

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Clean energy | News | fergusfallsjournal.com - Fergus Falls Daily Journal

DEV.co Redesigns Shave.net Website, Transitioning the Classic Shaving Site from Shopify to Wordpress - Daily Record-News
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E-commerce website, Shave.net transitions from Shopify to Wordpress with the help of DEV.co.

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DEV.co Redesigns Shave.net Website, Transitioning the Classic Shaving Site from Shopify to Wordpress - Daily Record-News

DEV.co Redesigns Shave.net Website, Transitioning the Classic Shaving Site from Shopify to Wordpress - goskagit.com
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E-commerce website, Shave.net transitions from Shopify to Wordpress with the help of DEV.co.

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DEV.co Redesigns Shave.net Website, Transitioning the Classic Shaving Site from Shopify to Wordpress - goskagit.com

Soil Health Field Day focuses on sustainability | News | hometownsource.com - ECM Publishers
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There was a lot of dirty talk going on in Sobieski, Wednesday.

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Soil Health Field Day focuses on sustainability | News | hometownsource.com - ECM Publishers

ask the master gardener | Pontotoc Progress | djournal.com - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
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Question: What are some current venues for agriculture branching out through the MSU Extension?

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ask the master gardener | Pontotoc Progress | djournal.com - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

Thank a Farmer: How David Surprenant went from selling milk to calves - Kankakee Daily Journal
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David Surprenant, in his northern Kankakee County farm, identifies himself as the last dairy farmer in Kankakee County. He sold his 180-cow dairy herd Nov. 8, 2018. He’s still in

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Thank a Farmer: How David Surprenant went from selling milk to calves - Kankakee Daily Journal

Poll: Many in U.S. doubt their own impact on climate - Santa Fe New Mexican
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Overall, 35 percent of U.S. adults say they are “extremely” or “very” concerned about the impact of climate change on them personally, down from 44 percent in August 2019.

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Poll: Many in U.S. doubt their own impact on climate - Santa Fe New Mexican

Tourism Summit to bring attractions together | Mineral County WV News and Tribune | wvnews.com - WV News
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CANAAN VALLEY, W.Va. (WV News) - The Highlands Creative Economy Tourism Summit will bring together tourism providers from around the region to learn and network together.

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Tourism Summit to bring attractions together | Mineral County WV News and Tribune | wvnews.com - WV News

One Man's Opinion: The Kryptonite for high flying cryptocurrency - Rockdale Newton Citizen
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Here's the story of the high-flying funny money that flew too close to the sun... and then...

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One Man's Opinion: The Kryptonite for high flying cryptocurrency - Rockdale Newton Citizen

Badertscher Wins Ohio Achievement Award | News | hometownstations.com - Your News Now
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Hardin County – Mark Badertscher was selected as one of two Ohio Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Educators to be recognized for the National Association of County Agricultural Agents (NACAA)

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Badertscher Wins Ohio Achievement Award | News | hometownstations.com - Your News Now

Meet Justin Clawson, the new Cache County Agriculture Extension Agent - The Herald Journal
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My name is Justin Clawson and I am the new Utah State University Agriculture Extension Agent for Cache County. I was born and raised in Cache Valley. My parents were

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Meet Justin Clawson, the new Cache County Agriculture Extension Agent - The Herald Journal

Marshall Islands face first COVID outbreak, here's how Hawaii can help - KITV Honolulu
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HONOLULU (KITV4) -- After remaining nearly COVID-free during the pandemic, the Marshall Islands, a Pacific island nation with a population of about 60,000, is now facing its first major outbreak.

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Marshall Islands face first COVID outbreak, here's how Hawaii can help - KITV Honolulu

New COVID-19 cases gradually declining across area | Local News | rockymounttelegram.com - Rocky Mount Telegram
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The number of new COVID-19 infections in the Twin Counties reported to state health officials has dropped from the previous week’s figures.

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New COVID-19 cases gradually declining across area | Local News | rockymounttelegram.com - Rocky Mount Telegram

Enter the Metaverse-Meta demonstration provides peak into gaming, education, and workplace future - Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
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Over the past few years, words like cryptocurrency, metaverse, and virtual reality have seeped into everyday conversations, delighting younger generations and confounding older folks. What is the metaverse, and what

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Enter the Metaverse-Meta demonstration provides peak into gaming, education, and workplace future - Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman

Wisconsin Legislators Participate in On-Farm Nutrient Stewardship Field Day - Watertown Daily Times
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IXONIA – Wisconsin legislators, state agency representatives and local officials attended an on-farm field day to learn about sustainable farming practices through the Sustainable 4RWI partnership on August 17. Sustainable

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Wisconsin Legislators Participate in On-Farm Nutrient Stewardship Field Day - Watertown Daily Times

Experts Say Managing Your Energy Determines Your Productivity Working From Home - Tullahoma News and Guardian
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As the remote work revolution continues to develop into the post-pandemic "new normal," companies and workers alike are looking at how to optimize this new way of working.

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Experts Say Managing Your Energy Determines Your Productivity Working From Home - Tullahoma News and Guardian

Enter the Metaverse: Meta demonstration provides peak into gaming, education, and workplace future - Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman
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Over the past few years, words like cryptocurrency, metaverse, and virtual reality have seeped into everyday conversations, delighting younger generations and confounding older folks. What is the metaverse, and what

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Enter the Metaverse: Meta demonstration provides peak into gaming, education, and workplace future - Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman

Mercer Landmark to host first annual AGrow Expo - Defiance Crescent News
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LATTY — Mercer Landmark will be holding its first annual AGrow Expo on Sept. 10 at the new agronomy facility here on Ohio 613, one mile east of U.S. 127

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Mercer Landmark to host first annual AGrow Expo - Defiance Crescent News

Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders
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Local quilting group, Loon Country Quilters, is proud to announce their recent Quilters Stash Busters sale raised a total of $680 for the charity Quilts Beyond Borders.

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Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders

Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders
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Local quilting group, Loon Country Quilters, is proud to announce their recent Quilters Stash Busters sale raised a total of $680 for the charity Quilts Beyond Borders.

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Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders

Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders
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Local quilting group, Loon Country Quilters, is proud to announce their recent Quilters Stash Busters sale raised a total of $680 for the charity Quilts Beyond Borders.

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Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders

Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders
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Local quilting group, Loon Country Quilters, is proud to announce their recent Quilters Stash Busters sale raised a total of $680 for the charity Quilts Beyond Borders.

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Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders

Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders
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Local quilting group, Loon Country Quilters, is proud to announce their recent Quilters Stash Busters sale raised a total of $680 for the charity Quilts Beyond Borders.

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Loon Country Quilters donates to Quilts Beyond Borders

Have we reached a tipping point on climate change? - The Union Leader
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Ray Sprague doesn’t try to convince anyone that climate change is real. But the second-generation Plainfield farmer has seen the evidence during his own lifetime that, for him, ends any

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Have we reached a tipping point on climate change? - The Union Leader

Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Lawrence - Miami County Republic
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Stacker compiled the highest paying education jobs in Lawrence, KS using data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Lawrence - Miami County Republic

Alaska health organization secures $9.7 million grant to train new workers - Anchorage Press
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Alaska health care organizations have an injection of federal money to help recruit and train more workers to fill a variety of in-demand positions.

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Alaska health organization secures $9.7 million grant to train new workers - Anchorage Press

Will layoff fears end the remote work era? - San Francisco Examiner
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Tech workers are worried about their jobs, especially in San Francisco. And those worries may be a key factor in the tug-of-war between employees who want to keep working remotely,

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Will layoff fears end the remote work era? - San Francisco Examiner

38-year-old male from Cabell County among latest West Virginia COVID dead; active case count back over 3,000
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — A 38-year-old from Cabell County was among the latest COVID dead in West Virginia, as the active case count climbed back over 3,000, to 3,120.

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38-year-old male from Cabell County among latest West Virginia COVID dead; active case count back over 3,000

Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Manhattan - Miami County Republic
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Stacker compiled the highest paying education jobs in Manhattan, KS using data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Manhattan - Miami County Republic

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia's COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state's COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Supreme Court's Sotomayor keeps New York City COVID vaccine mandate
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NEW YORK — Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday declined to block New York City from enforcing its mandate that all municipal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, rebuffing a

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Supreme Court's Sotomayor keeps New York City COVID vaccine mandate

In Review: How Has Work Changed Since the Pandemic? - Brazosport Facts
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The pandemic irrevocably changed how we look at the world around us. As millions of Americans lost their jobs, traditional employment evolved into remote and hybrid models.

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In Review: How Has Work Changed Since the Pandemic? - Brazosport Facts

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases
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GRANT COUNTY — A 23rd Grant County resident has died from causes related to COVID-19, the Grant County Health Department reported on Monday, Aug. 29.

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Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases

Better Business Bureau: Here is how to avoid a scam while selling used items online - Huntington Herald Dispatch
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Selling your used items online helps you earn quick cash and frees up space at home. It is also environmentally friendly, keeping items that are in good condition out of

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Better Business Bureau: Here is how to avoid a scam while selling used items online - Huntington Herald Dispatch

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases
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GRANT COUNTY — A 23rd Grant County resident has died from causes related to COVID-19, the Grant County Health Department reported on Monday, Aug. 29.

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Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases

Supreme Court's Sotomayor keeps New York City COVID vaccine mandate
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NEW YORK — Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor on Monday declined to block New York City from enforcing its mandate that all municipal workers be vaccinated against COVID-19, rebuffing a

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Supreme Court's Sotomayor keeps New York City COVID vaccine mandate

The state of the labor market and what's next - St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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For those seeking jobs, opportunities can be found with a little patience and ingenuity

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The state of the labor market and what's next - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases
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GRANT COUNTY — A 23rd Grant County resident has died from causes related to COVID-19, the Grant County Health Department reported on Monday, Aug. 29.

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Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases
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GRANT COUNTY — A 23rd Grant County resident has died from causes related to COVID-19, the Grant County Health Department reported on Monday, Aug. 29.

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Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases

Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Wichita - Miami County Republic
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Stacker compiled the highest paying education jobs in Wichita, KS using data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Highest and lowest paying education jobs in Wichita - Miami County Republic

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases
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GRANT COUNTY — A 23rd Grant County resident has died from causes related to COVID-19, the Grant County Health Department reported on Monday, Aug. 29.

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Grant County reports 23rd COVID death, uptick in positive cases

More jobs in Idaho in July, but month-to-month unemployment rate also rose - Idaho Press
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BOISE — More people in Idaho were looking for work in July compared to June, but more people found jobs, too. That led to a slight drop in the unemployment

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More jobs in Idaho in July, but month-to-month unemployment rate also rose - Idaho Press

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WV News) — West Virginia’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are expected to level off before beginning to decline in the coming weeks, according to the state’s COVID czar.

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West Virginia COVID hospitalizations expected to decline

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

COVID-19 cases drop again | News | goskagit.com
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COVID-19 cases took another drop in the region this week.

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COVID-19 cases drop again | News | goskagit.com

COVID numbers continue downward trend | News
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The number of new COVID-19 cases in Florida has been on the decline for six straight weeks, though the state is still averaging more than 6,000 cases a day.

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COVID numbers continue downward trend | News

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

COVID numbers continue downward trend | News
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The number of new COVID-19 cases in Florida has been on the decline for six straight weeks, though the state is still averaging more than 6,000 cases a day.

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COVID numbers continue downward trend | News

Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school
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COVID-19 cases in the region slowly and steadily trended down throughout the summer, according to recent health data.

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Region's COVID-19 virus cases stable as students return to school

Rehab programs help long COVID patients recover | News | wyomingnews.com
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GILLETTE — The evolution of COVID-19 treatments has progressed throughout the two-and-a-half years since the pandemic took hold.

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Rehab programs help long COVID patients recover | News | wyomingnews.com

State to offer updated COVID boosters this week
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The Georgia Department of Public Health is set to offer the new bivalent COVID-19 booster this week, as shipments of the vaccine are arriving at medical centers across the state.

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State to offer updated COVID boosters this week

Workers, employers struggle as Long COVID sidelines thousands of Wisconsinites
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In November 2020, Danielle Sigler tested approximately 200 residents in a Mount Horeb nursing home during a COVID-19 outbreak.

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Workers, employers struggle as Long COVID sidelines thousands of Wisconsinites

Climate change is all around us | News | atchisonglobenow.com - atchisonglobenow.com
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The world is changing, at least the climate of the world is changing. If you catch yourself saying “when I grew up, we had snow, or hurricanes were not as

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Climate change is all around us | News | atchisonglobenow.com - atchisonglobenow.com

MSU accepting applications for program focused on agritourism and sustainable agriculture - Belgrade News
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BOZEMAN — The College of Agriculture at Montana State University is accepting applications for a new leadership program focused on sustainable agriculture and agritourism.

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MSU accepting applications for program focused on agritourism and sustainable agriculture - Belgrade News

Grants for family farms in 2023 WNC AgOptions | Community | averyjournal.com - Avery Journal Times
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ASHEVILLE — WNC Agricultural Options is now accepting grant applications from farmers diversifying or expanding their businesses. With funding from the N.C. Tobacco Trust Fund Commission, WNC AgOptions is distributing

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Grants for family farms in 2023 WNC AgOptions | Community | averyjournal.com - Avery Journal Times

Angry Etsy Creators Build a New Platform | Arena | albanyherald.com - The Albany Herald
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After an Etsy sellers' strike, creators are building a safer space to make and sell their wares.

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Angry Etsy Creators Build a New Platform | Arena | albanyherald.com - The Albany Herald

Amidst Sky-High Housing Prices and Rising Interest Rates, New Home Buying Report Finds Millennials are Still Eager to Own Homes, 84% Would Co-Buy To Get Into The Market Securely - goskagit.com
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With Home Ownership Feeling Out of Reach for Most Individuals, Fractional Ownership Platform, Pairadime, Launches To Solve Growing Need for Co-Buying Solutions

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Amidst Sky-High Housing Prices and Rising Interest Rates, New Home Buying Report Finds Millennials are Still Eager to Own Homes, 84% Would Co-Buy To Get Into The Market Securely - goskagit.com

10 unconventional perks companies are offering remote workers | News | alexcityoutlook.com - The Alexander City Outlook
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Firmspace compiled a list of 10 unconventional perks employers are beginning to offer, with a focus on those benefiting remote workers.

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10 unconventional perks companies are offering remote workers | News | alexcityoutlook.com - The Alexander City Outlook

'Better Skills, Better Jobs' Career Fair Returns for Second Year - Daily Reflector
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The largest job fair of its kind in eastern North Carolina is returning to the Greenville Convention Center on Sept. 29 to give adult job seekers and Pitt County high

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'Better Skills, Better Jobs' Career Fair Returns for Second Year - Daily Reflector

COLUMN: Remote work is here to stay | Columns | northwestgeorgianews.com - Northwest Georgia News
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One of the biggest changes our society has experienced as a result of the pandemic is an explosion of people working remotely. Obviously, some jobs don’t lend themselves to remote

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COLUMN: Remote work is here to stay | Columns | northwestgeorgianews.com - Northwest Georgia News

A Tax Filing Factsheet for eBay Sellers | Arena | henryherald.com - Henry Herald
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If you run your eBay account more like a business, you should be reporting your sales to the IRS.

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A Tax Filing Factsheet for eBay Sellers | Arena | henryherald.com - Henry Herald

A Tax Filing Factsheet for eBay Sellers | Arena | albanyherald.com - The Albany Herald
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If you run your eBay account more like a business, you should be reporting your sales to the IRS.

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A Tax Filing Factsheet for eBay Sellers | Arena | albanyherald.com - The Albany Herald

App State's Office of Sustainability announces climate justice events - Watauga Democrat
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BOONE — Appalachian State University’s Office of Sustainability announced a series of events to raise awareness about climate justice. All events are free and open to the public.

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App State's Office of Sustainability announces climate justice events - Watauga Democrat