Monthly Archives: November 2021

Work continues on new trails at Huron County Nature Center

New Huron County nature trails have been completed and more are approaching thumbtip. The Huron County Nature Center is working on the completion of a total of five new trails within 4 miles, located a quarter of a mile east of the Nature Center building and parking lot. The first …

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SIA Annual List Honors Catherine Candland as Inspirational Woman in Industry | New

NEW YORK, November 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), the global consultant on recruiting and workforce solutions, has recognized Catherine Candland, CEO of nextSource, as one of the Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing for 2021. Catherine’s profile is included in the November / December 2021 …

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Despite Falling Unemployed, Missouri Seeks Outsourcing Unemployment Call Center | State News

JEFFERSON CITY – Although Missouri’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate has returned to pre-pandemic levels, Gov. Mike Parson’s administration is looking to continue to outsource a call center to help process unemployment claims. As part of an offer proposal presented on November 23, the Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations …

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Vista Construction and Remodeling General Contractor Company Launches New Housing Development Projects in South Florida

London, UK – (Newsfile Corp. – November 27, 2021) – The South Florida real estate market is booming in 2021, as Vista Construction and Remodeling General Contractor Company launches new housing development projects in southern Florida. Elsewhere, house prices continue to climb and supply remains at the low end of …

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The Northgate Center lights up the world’s tallest Christmas tree, a 212-foot Douglas fir, on November 24, 1950.

On November 11, 1950, officials at the brand new Northgate Center light up the world’s largest Christmas tree. For years during the twentieth century, community boosters had held the “World’s Biggest Competitions” where anything that was grown or could be made in an extra-large size was touted as the largest. …

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$ 19 million North Bergen community center and library nearing completion

1/4 The exterior facade of the library comes closer. Photos courtesy of the municipality 2/4 The interior of the building is still moving forward. 3/4 Some interior areas are almost complete. 4/4 A rendering of what the library will look like when complete. ?? ?? × 1/4 The exterior facade …

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Here is a list of events for small businesses on November 27

Kathy Silverman, owner of The Local Hiker in downtown Spartanburg, November 23, 2020. Local businesses are gearing up for Small Business Saturday in Spartanburg. With Thanksgiving and Christmas approaching, small businesses in Spartanburg are busy planning for holiday sales and events. Many small businesses have seen their sales drop since …

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QC bucket list: 9 châteaux in Quebec you must check out (PHOTOS)

Who needs Europe when there are magnificent and historic castles in Quebec’s own backyard? If you’re looking to get castle hunting off your bucket list in Quebec, we’ve rounded up a collection of stately structures that you might want to check out. Just, you know, make sure you don’t run …

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Vantage Data Centers Celebrates Completion of First Phoenix Campus Data Center

DENVER – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Vantage Data Centers, one of the world’s leading providers of hyperscale data center campuses, today announced the completion of its first 32MW data center in Goodyear, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix, one of the top five data center markets in the United States. will be …

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The Premiere Insurance Loss Commercial General Contractor

DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / November 23, 2021 / The next time hail hits your roof and your heart pits or your property is damaged by the wind, Jason Elmer is a name to remember. As chairman of LMC General Construction and managing partner of LMC Élite Construction Inc., Jason …

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