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Marianna welcomes 850 Nutrition and Atta Baby Boutique | Local

By Kay Dennis City of Marianna Last year, Kayla Prowant Attaway opened 850 Nutrition in Marianna. The business includes Herbalife Nutrition Shakes and metabolism-boosting teas. Relax in the bright, cheery café atmosphere and escape with a summer treat. The delicious shakes are just 145 calories and come in a mug with positive quotes. Sweetened only …

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Chippewa Valley Employers Compete for Teen Workers | local business

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in the summer issue of Business Leader, a quarterly magazine published by Leader-Telegram. To view this issue and other special publications, go to leadertelegram.com/magazines. It’s a great time to be a teenager looking for a job. However, it is a difficult time to be an employer seeking youth workers. …

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Watch Now – Local teacher makes unique career change | business news

BY CAROLYN R. WILSON SPECIALLY FOR THE HERALD COURIER ABINGDON, Va. — An Abingdon teacher traded a busy classroom for an opportunity to comfort those in need. Josh Sheets is on course to become one of the next undertakers and embalmers in town just two years after leaving the classroom as a high school English …

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Local businesses expect “positive” impact from Casino | arts and entertainment

BRISTOL, Va. – Local dealers are betting that Bristol’s new Hard Rock Casino will have a positive effect on the city’s economy as they prepare for its opening. The new temporary 30,000-square-foot casino is slated to open to the public today, and visitors to some of the hotels, restaurants, shops and other attractions are excited …

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Wellington’s Qual IT was sold abroad, but hundreds more local jobs were promised

Qual IT’s brother-in-law founders Shane Hewson (left) and Jon McPhee (right) with Planit CEO Mike Weale (centre). Photo / Included A Wellington tech company has been sold overseas, but its founders are describing it as good news that will help them expand — and hire hundreds more people. Qual IT, founded by brothers-in-law Shane Hewson …

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