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The Mattoon Holiday Artisan Market showcases local crafts on Small Business Saturday

MATTOON — Jon and Caitlan Willison of Siegel went to the Cross County Mall on a “buy local” mission Saturday. “We want to do a lot of small business shopping for Christmas this year,” said Jon Willison as he shopped with his 5-year-old daughter, Amberlyn, on what is nationally known as Small Business Saturday. While …

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Helena Surgicenter earns accreditation Helena Surgicenter is accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare (AAAHC). Accreditation sets this surgery center apart from many other outpatient care facilities by adhering to strict standards of care and safety. Accredited facility status means that Helena Surgicenter meets nationally recognized standards for quality care as established by the …

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A tribal liaison joins the staff team Don Wetzel Jr. Joined the Montana Department of Labor and Industries as tribal liaison, serving as a senior leader and reporting directly to Commissioner Sarah Swanson. Don Wetzel Jr. With more than two decades of experience directing efforts between national, state and tribal agencies, Wetzel will lead the …

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Monticello rejected world-renowned winemaker and father of Virginia wine Gabriele Rausse

The father of Virginia wine is unemployed. Gabriele Rausse, respected by the commonwealth and around the world for his dedication and contributions to the growing wine industry rooted in Central Virginia, began work at Monticello, the UNESCO World Heritage Site and former state of Founding Father Thomas Jefferson, in 1995 .Prior to his dismissal, he …

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Galloway council contracts 1st cannabis business

GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — For the first time since New Jersey allowed recreational cannabis businesses, the township council voted Tuesday to sign a memorandum of agreement with a marijuana grower and manufacturer. Michigan-based Grasshopper Farms will build its indoor cannabis growing operation on about 40 acres on the property of Duane K. and Pamela Demaree at …

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