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Video: Common Grounds: A Coffee Experience By Clip Syndicate Mom and Pop stores in the Heartland are common, making it an ideal place to start an independently owned business. ...Read More »
Video: Common Grounds: A Coffee Experience By Clip Syndicate Mom and Pop stores in the Heartland are common, making it an ideal place to start an independently owned business. ...Read More »
Video: New Mexico’s new Jobs Council works to turn NM economy aroun By Clip Syndicate The state’s new Jobs Council is working on a blueprint for turning New Mexico’s economy around and creating jobs, but it means state government is going have to dig deep and spend more serious money. The Jobs Council, made up of state lawmakers and business and labor leaders, wants to refocus more taxpayer dollars on enticing employers to locate here. Right now, New Mexico is spending $15 million a year on a job creation fund called LEDA that extends financial help to companies that set up shop and hire people here. That’s not even close to being competitive, analysts told the Jobs Council in Albuquerque Wednesday. “We have states like Texas, they have $250 million,” said Steve Maestas, in commercial real estate development with Maestas and Ward. “They’ve appropriated a half a billion dollars over the last 14 or 15 years. California – $100 million, going up to $200 million. Arizona, $25 million. Florida, $100 million going up to $150 million.” The state may need to spend even more money on improving highways. Some lawmaker’s say that’s the only way rural communities in our far-fluking state will survive in today’s economy. “If we manufacture it, if we make it there or make a portion of it, we’ve got to be able to transfer that product elsewhere where it’s going to sell,” said state Sen. Stuart Ingle of Portales, leader of the Senate Republicans. “We’ve got to be able to do that.” The Jobs Council’s mission is to figure out how to create 16,000 jobs a year for the next ten years, knowing that most of those jobs will just replace jobs that disappear in the ever-changing economy. The Council did approve a recommendation to raise the $15 million spent on job creation to $50 million. The legislature and the governor will have the final say on that. ...Read More »
Video: Ringgold Career Expo By Clip Syndicate The Georgia Department of Labor held a job fair at Ringgold High School this afternoon. More than fifty employers were on hand at the event looking for new employees. WDEF News 12's Megan Wise has more.. ...Read More »
Video: Propane Users Urged to Stock Up Early By Clip Syndicate Propane Users Urged to Stock Up Early ...Read More »
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Video: Madison Chamber Of Commerce Business Exposition By Clip Syndicate Susan Masotti with the Madison Chamber of Commerce talks with Justin about their upcoming Business Expo and Kids Day ...Read More »
Video: No-Bake Energy Bites By Clip Syndicate Chef Todd Bowman shows us how to make some delicious no-bake energy bites that you can take with you anywhere you go! ...Read More »
Video: Washington Small Business Saturday By Clip Syndicate Washington Small Business Saturday Road Trippin' ...Read More »
Video: LaPorte cracking down on problem properties By Clip Syndicate According to LaPorte Mayor Blair Milo, the city needed an ordinance like this to help curb complaints and issues caused by problem properties. She says police and code enforcement resources were being drained by repeat offenders. ...Read More »
Video: The Real Deal: 7-23-14 By Clip Syndicate Dan Cummings & Staci-Lyn Honda have the real deal on a special kit being set out to thousands of National Grid customers. ...Read More »
Video: NV Energy customers protest rate hike at PUC meeting By Clip Syndicate For nearly three hours, dozens of southern Nevadans stood before the Public Utilities Commission to speak their minds about a possible hike in their power bills. ...Read More »
Video: Local Leaders - Janice Hunt By Clip Syndicate Keeping the paper printing. ...Read More »
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Video: KCP&L Has Tips for Saving Energy and Keeping Cool By Clip Syndicate This is a peak time for energy usage, but, KCP&L says there are ways to cut back and save. ...Read More »
Video: Organizations Provide Energy Assistance During the Summer By Clip Syndicate As fans and air conditioners are constantly running, energy bills are once again starting to become a burden. But, there is help available. ...Read More »
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Video: Status of Stein's in Camillus: Your Stories 7-22-2014 By Clip Syndicate Is Stein's in Camillus going to reopen? ...Read More »
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