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With the Senate set to flip to Democratic control in the 117th Congress, albeit by a razor thin margin, the policy priorities for the upper chamber are likely to significantly change. In so doing, the various Senate committees will have new chairs, and their agendas will likely vary at least in part on the partisan …

LAGRANGE — The Arc of LaGrange County is waiting to hear if the state will approve a grant that will help them provide a bit of modern technology to their clients, to help them better stay in contact with loved ones. The organization held a public hearing Friday morning in the Commissioners Chambers of the …

TRAVERSE CITY — Pandemic woes have cut into bottom lines everywhere, and Traverse City’s giving a few businesses and nonprofits that rent city spaces a break. Downtown cafe Brew, handbags and luggage retailer Votruba Leather Goods, Great Lakes Bath and Body and seafood restaurant Scalawags are all set to get a 40 percent cut on …

State officials said that will protect Virginia businesses from having to pay an additional $200 million to replenish the state’s unemployment insurance trust fund. Northam signed the General Assembly’s special session budget that included $210 million to partly replenish the unemployment insurance trust fund. That means Virginia is using federal stimulus money to help pay …

Gov. Steve Bullock announced this week that Montana could begin receiving doses of coronavirus vaccines as soon as Dec. 15, but there are still unanswered questions as far as how that vaccine will be distributed to the general public. Bullock said he plans to follow federal recommendations for vaccine distribution, which would mean that Montana’s …

“Technology and its many and ever-changing options seem hard to access, and we make it easy, possible, and doable to solve business problems. We smooth the path. “Matching up what people need to have accomplished to the available technology choices with a variety of alternatives, and making it work well, on time, and on budget …

Gregory Stearns, 20,is accused of first-degree motor vehicle theft among other charges. The Grand Junction Police Department was dispatched to High Desert Auto Sales on Thursday after the business had reportedly been broken into and four vehicles stolen out of the lot, according to the arrest affidavit. When officers arrived at the scene they saw …

A Tulsa-based SaaS (software-as-a-service) provider of driving recruiting software for the trucking and transportation industry has acquired a company from South Bend, Indiana. Tenstreet’s purchase of Stay Metrics, best known for their driver retention strategy and metrics, will result in a more powerful offering for both carriers and drivers in recruiting and retention, two areas …

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