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Grandpa's Attic By Clip Syndicate Grandpas attic news ...Read More »
WACA Presents: What in the World? By Clip Syndicate Sherry Cameron talks with students from Penn State Berks about their World Affairs Club. ...Read More »
Building Green By Clip Syndicate William Vitale talks with the owners of a green tourist cabin that he stayed in while vacationing in Scotland. ...Read More »
Dakota Access Pipeline Voters By Clip Syndicate Dakota Access Pipeline Voters ...Read More »
Energy Huntsville summit preview By Clip Syndicate Energy Huntsville will host their annual summit November 15th to 16th ...Read More »
Home Energy Tips By Clip Syndicate A Tennessee Valley family has cut their energy cost between 60-70%. ...Read More »
Eye on Energy - Coal By Clip Syndicate North Dakota has several different sources to can rely on for energy. ...Read More »
Swaddle4Swaddle By Clip Syndicate swaddle blankets ...Read More »
Ag and Energy Report 10/24 By Clip Syndicate Ag and Energy Report 10/24 ...Read More »
Content Insider #489 - OTT, Crafty Strength By Miles Weston More devices, more screens means more opportunities for content owners to move more entertainment material to consumers. I don't have to tell you that the world of content is going OTT to folks by-passing traditional channels. Cable companies and networks are struggling to adjust to the new (young) creative viewer while still deliver predictable news/information/entertainment to older folks...and trying to make money on all of them for their advertisers and their bosses. It's tough to jump to the next level of media & entertainment when you're uncertain how you're going to turn a profit. But my kids could care less about the delivery folks profit as long as they get their content when they want it, where they want it, how they want it. ...Read More »
Yokohama plans to lay off 50 employees By Clip Syndicate Yokohama plans to lay off 50 employees ...Read More »
Ag and Energy Report 10/21 By Clip Syndicate Ag and Energy Report 10/21 ...Read More »
Northwestern Energy tax cut affects most Montana counties By Clip Syndicate Counties all over Montana are scrambling to figure out their budgets, after the Montana Department of Revenue allowed Northwestern Energy to pay $10 million dollars less on their property taxes. ...Read More »
Sewage breaks fills several homes By Clip Syndicate Sewage pump break being blamed ...Read More »
Whole Foods Market influences property values By Clip Syndicate By ABC-7 Reporter Darren Hunt ...Read More »
Atmos Safety By Clip Syndicate Atmos Energy is no longer working in one part of Amarillo after safety concerns. City leaders met with North Heights community members and Atmos Energy this afternoon to discuss the issue. Atmos workers stopped replacing gas lines after a firearm was discharged in that area last month. No injuries were reported but officials say it's important to report any suspicious activity in any neighborhood. ...Read More »
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