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Folks from all over are celebrating the completion of Scissortail Park. The lower park opened Friday and the celebration has been going on all weekend. Dogs are not just man’s best friends, but a friend to everyone they meet. Their names are Groot, Hank and Eleanor and they’re therapy dogs. Jennifer Shepherd said she’s been …

What’s an ideal company culture? How important is it to thrive in your business? And how can you maintain it in these challenging times when the panorama is transitioning from the office to working from home? A company’s ethos creates its culture. Developed through time, these are values, expectations, and practices that serve as a …

Health is a basic human need. Textbooks define it as a state of emotional and physical well-being. When we are healthy, we can experience life to the fullest, becoming more satisfied and productive members of our community. With good health, we are able to face each day with resilience and hope, even when the going …

A 100-year-old Brazilian man has set a new Guinness World Record for working at the same company for the last 84 years – and nine days. In a statement on Wednesday, the popular reference book company shared that ReneauxView employee Walter Orthmann was awarded the honor on Jan. 6.  Orthmann started working at ReneauxView, previously …

Two years ago, the pandemic made what was clear even more obvious. Indiana doesn’t direct enough resources toward public health. Gov. Eric Holcomb, having acknowledged that the demands COVID placed on health resources highlighted the need for more spending in this area, announced the formation of a 15-person public health commission. Its mission was to …

All of us at Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Maine are deeply committed to providing our 300,000 members access to high quality, outcomes-driven health care. We believe MaineHealth shares these goals. Where our two perspectives diverge, however, is that our work centers on ensuring that care is affordable. Anthem offices in South Portland. …

Even as more companies return to the office, working from home remains a popular choice among employees. Recent research from Microsoft, which surveyed 31,102 workers around the world between January and February, found that 52% of people are thinking of switching to a full-time remote or hybrid job this year.  Some places, however, are more …

St. Louis resident Chris Jones (left) talks with Dr. Rochelle Walensky (center), director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as Walensky is given a tour of the CareSTL Health center on Dr. Martin Luther King Drive in St. Louis on Thursday, March 3, 2022. Photo by David Carson, [email protected] David Carson ST. …

Like many industries now, commercial printing is facing unprecedented levels of disruption. The question is do you embrace and drive that disruption or simply do you your best to elegantly manage decline? Analog has slowed beyond steady and is now declining at a rate of 2.7% per year with offline print shipments following at …

A kelpie described as the “complete package with a cool personality” has been sold for $35,200 (£19,200), breaking the world record for the sale of a working dog. Eulooka Hoover, a two-year-old male dog, was sold to anonymous buyers at the Casterton Kelpie Association’s annual working dog auction in Victoria on Sunday, beating the previous …