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Warren County, MSVicksburg Post

More indictments handed down by Warren County grand jury

A series of indictments were handed down by the Warren County grand jury during its May term. Those prosecuted include Martin Anthony McWilliams, 41, 823 West Pine St. Apt. 1, who is accused of assaulting a woman and strangling her during an argument, and four individuals who were indicted on armed robbery charges in the Feb. 1 robbery of a man at the Motel 6 at 4107 I-20 Frontage Road.
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Ball Ground, GAMarietta Daily Journal

Fundraiser set up for Ball Ground man killed in Jasper shooting

Family and friends are raising money for the family of a Ball Ground man who was shot and killed in a Jasper shooting earlier this month. Damon Jamie Williams, 42, of Ball Ground died June 11 after he was shot at a Home Depot in Jasper, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation. Another man, Jeffery Scott Carden 49, of White, was injured. Details about the shooting are still under investigation, though it "appears to be an isolated incident," GBI spokesperson Nelly Miles said.
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Glen Carbon, ILTelegraph

Glen Carbon approves Menards, 2 trustees vote 'no'

GLEN CARBON — Trustees on Tuesday approved the development plan for Orchard Town Center and Menards by a vote of 4-2. Village trustees Mike Sonderegger and Nekisha Omotola voted “No.”. Glen Carbon Mayor Bob Marcus and Village Administrator Jamie Bowden reminded everyone that the public financing portion (tax increment financing...
Kansas Staterejournals.com

Block & Company closes lease with Dick’s Sporting Goods brand in Kansas

Block & Company, Inc., Realtors recently negotiated a long-term net lease with Going, Going, Gone! by Dick’s Sporting Goods in Olathe, Kansas. The Dick’s off-price new concept will occupy the about 48,000-square-foot former Best Buy at 11750 S. Strang Line Road on the northeast corner of I-35 & 119th Street in Olathe.
Rochester, NY13 WHAM

Pawn shop owner pleads guilty in booster sale scheme

Greece, N.Y./Rochester, N.Y. – One of the suspects charged in a pawn shop booster sale scheme has pleaded guilty to a federal charge. Thomas Nary, 39, pleaded guilty to transportation of stolen goods in interstate commerce. Nary is scheduled to be sentenced at a later date. He faces up to...
Granbury, TXHood County News

Pearl Street Station: Creating 'somebodies' since 2007

To walk into Pearl Street Station and see your name on the menu is an accomplishment in itself, signifying your standing as a “somebody” in the community just because of the simple fact that a sandwich is named after you. That sense of satisfaction and the “I made it” feeling...
Pine Plains, NYtricornernews.com

Roosters Route 82 Home & Hardware Center nails it on the head

PINE PLAINS — Ever since the former longtime Deuel’s Home Center closed in 2016, Pine Plains residents have been waiting for a store to open close to home to fulfill all their hardware and home improvement needs. With the opening of Roosters Route 82 Home & Hardware Center this past March, their wish has been granted. Now all they need to do to stock up on supplies is stop by East Church Street in the center of the hamlet.
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Manufacturers have an answer to higher costs: Pass them on

CHICAGO, June 23 (Reuters) - In 2018, Whirlpool Corp (WHR.N) swung to a loss after a tariff-fueled rally in U.S. steel prices drove up its raw-materials costs. This year, it is paying $1 billion for steel and other materials, but the West Michigan appliance maker is on track to post its highest profit in decades.
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The Independent

9 best mini fridges to keep drinks cool in small spaces

A miniature refrigerator might seem a little unnecessary at first, but their uses are varied: Beauty and skincare enthusiasts will love having their cooling night creams right there at bedtime; sports enthusiasts who love halftime beers will be grateful to not miss a moment of the game with a drink fridge near the big screen; people with in-home bars hosting guests won’t have to retreat to the kitchen for another round when entertaining. Myriad uses abound, but which model is right for you? We looked at a variety of mini cooling units, many of which come in gorgeous colors and styles....
Montrose, COMontrose Daily Press

The futures market expects a drop in pricing for lumber, demand in Montrose for homes remains robust

The futures market is showing promising signs for builders and those working on their own projects. Lumber futures for July ended at $1,009.90, a 41% drop from a record-figure of $1,711 in May, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. It’s a drastic drop after only a few months, signaling to experts and developers in the industry that those working on home projects on their own, and less stress on the supply chain with saw mills upping production, are potentially remedied after a year-long surge during the pandemic.
Owasso, OKTulsa World

Owasso to host 4 blood drives amid nationwide emergency supply shortage

A nationwide blood shortage has hit Oklahoma, as blood donations have reached emergency low levels. The shortage has been worsened by consistently high hospital usage, leaving blood centers around the nation short of all blood types heading into the upcoming Fourth of July holiday, according to a news release publishing by the Oklahoma Blood Institute.

Cryptocurrencies now accepted by various insurance companies in the United States

• UFCIC accepts payments in cryptocurrencies with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and Bitcoin Cash. • Autos insurer Metromile and various payment companies such as PayPal promote cryptocurrencies. Cryptocurrencies are being accepted as a payment method by several insurance companies in the United States. For example, Universal Fire & Casualty Insurance Co,...