Business Excellence award nominations sought – Brainerd Dispatch

The Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications and nominations for the Business Excellence Award, Business Legacy Award and the Lakes Proud Small Business of the Year Award. Deadline for submissions is 5 pm Tuesday, May 31. All nominations will be reviewed by a committee in June. Winners will be presented with their … Read more

3 race cars were stolen from Westland business

WESTLAND, Mich. – A neighborhood crime took place in Westland after a business that specializes in supercharged vehicles had three of them disappear overnight. The incident happened at Magnuson Superchargers on Executive Drive south of Warren and east of Hix roads. The only sign a custom purpose-built vehicle was stored in the trailer seen in … Read more

Pondering the Business and Politics of Climate Change

Share this story Published 39 minutes ago Above image credit: In this Feb. 1, 2021 file photo, emissions from a coal-fired power plant are silhouetted against the setting sun in Kansas City, Missouri. (AP Photo | Charlie Riedel, File) Elon Musk, miffed, tweets that Exxon makes the top 10 list of businesses dealing with our … Read more

Celebrities to Read New, Original Sci-Fi by Area Teens at Vroman’s Bookstore on Sunday – Pasadena Weekendr

Celebrity guests will gather at Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena Sunday to dramatically read the best in original new science fiction writing by Los Angeles County high school students for “The Tomorrow Prize and The Green Feather Award Celebrity Readings and Honors.” Last year’s first place winner, Gwendolyn Lopez of Pasadena High School, will present this … Read more

Commission votes to create plan for county ambulance service; rehires former finance director | Journal-news

CHARLES TOWN – During the regularly scheduled meeting of the Jefferson County Commission on Thursday evening, the group of five commissioners voted unanimously to move forward to create a plan for county ambulance service. The vote comes after months of contention between commission members and members of the volunteer fire and rescue companies who do … Read more

First lady Fran DeWine attends Hamilton County’s ‘One Millionth Imagination Library Book Celebration’

On Tuesday morning, Ohio first lady Fran DeWine attended Hamilton County’s One Millionth Imagination Library Book Celebration at Deer Park Branch Library in Cincinnati. First lady DeWine also presented a proclamation from Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted, which recognizes the milestone of one million Imagination Library books being given out in Hamilton … Read more

Jamestown Business College offers scholarships | News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer by Brian Ferry Warren County Career Center students (from left) Abigail Wilson (Business as a Career), Carter Lookenhouse (Academic Progress), Alessandra Tundel (Business as a Career), Mitchell Rossman (Academic Progress), Kendra Chase ( Academic Progress), Paige Dexter (Academic Progress), and Addison Downor Rice (Entrepreneurship), received the Jamestown Business College Awards reflecting full-tuition scholarship … Read more

‘Terrible’ weather may delay pool opening | News, Sports, Jobs

LISBON – As the village has been working towards opening the pool in time this summer, the weather hasn’t made things any easier, said councilman Jerry Cox. “Just my history of construction, we’re throwing out perfect conditions,” Cox said. “The way the weather has been for the first four and a half months this year … Read more

Area greenhouses busy as warm weather arrives | News, Sports, Jobs

Andie Balenger | Daily Press Chenier’s Greenhouse displays their colorful hanging baskets and variety of flowers in their showroom. Nick Chenier and Co. have been prepping for the spring season since the end of February. ESCANABA – As we bid winter goodbye and welcome summer, local greenhouses are ready with the blooming products they have … Read more