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Jessica Lewis of Mobu Enterprises Discusses In-house Financing

Jessica Lewis is Co-owner of Mobu Enterprises. She talks about partnerships the company is developing to help customers finance their projects. To be included in our video interviews or if you need video services for your company, please contact us.
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Jessica Lewis of Mobu Enterprises Talks About Their 300 Acre Strategy

Jessica Lewis is Co-Owner of Mobu Enterprises. She discusses the company's 300 acre project and goal to have 300 acres in all 50 states. To be included in our video interviews or if you need video services for your company, please contact us.
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Jessica Lewis of Mobu Enterprises Talks About 3-D Printing

Jessica Lewis is Co-Owner of Mobu Enterprises. She talks about their new 3-D printing service that is targeted to the construction industry. To be included in our video interviews or if you need video services for your company, please contact us.
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Alex Brown reviews Bad Witch Burning by Jessica Lewis

Bad Witch Burning , Jessica Lewis (Delacorte 978-0-593-17738-9, 352pp, $17.99, hc) August 2021. “I’m painting Will’s nails when she asks me to talk to her dead grandma.” Jessica Lewis opens her debut young adult fantasy Bad Witch Burning with a killer hook that, once you have finished the novel, you realize is packed with worldbuilding tidbits. Katrell is our protagonist, and she can communicate with the dead. When she’s not working a crappy job at a burger joint, sleeping through her sophomore year classes, or avoiding being at home, she’s with Will, her bestie, and her oversized teddy bear of a dog, Conrad. On the side she makes extra cash acting as a medium for the living who can’t let go of the dead. By writing a short letter to the dead, she can bring their spirit back for a short conversation. After Gerald, the latest in a long line of her mother’s terrible boyfriends, kills Conrad in a fit of rage, Katrell accidentally raises his body instead of just his spirit. With one desperate act, Katrell’s mysterious magical powers evolve into something new – and deadly.
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Statement from Commissioner Jessica Lewis on Sheriff Rowland's comments

The following is a statement by Bingham County Commissioner Jessica Lewis on comments made by Sheriff Craig Rowland. "I am shocked and disappointed in the comments printed about Shoshone-Bannock tribal members. The Reservation and its members are, and have always been, an important part of Bingham County. The comments reflect the beliefs of one individual and in no way do I agree with or condone them. Having a positive relationship with the tribes is extremely important to me and I hope that we will be able to repair the damage caused by these hurtful comments."