Monthly Archives: July 2021

Super Happy Fun America Refounding Fathers Festival still in Auburn

Craig S. Semon AUBURN – Despite online outrage and calls from City Hall and Place, Super Happy Fun America’s controversial “Refounding Fathers Festival” is set to take place at Century Sportsman’s Club on Saturday. John Hugo, president of Super Happy Fun America, said that Super Happy Fun America is a …

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California tourist town runs out of water after little rain

MENDOCINO, Calif. (AP) – A coastal town in northern California popular with tourists runs out of water after two years of poor rainfall during a drought in the western United States, forcing residents and homeowners to companies to truck water from elsewhere. Mendocino, known for its beaches, cliff-side trails, and …

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Residents Could Save Big If Rx Import Bill Passes

July 23, 2021 By Lily Bohlke – Public Information Service A bipartisan bill before the legislature would allow Michigan residents to buy pharmaceuticals in Canada, where prices are much lower. If adopted, patients could save 50-80% on treatments ranging from diabetes to blood clots or allergies. Melissa Seifert, associate director …

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So is James Craig running for governor?

Retired Detroit Police Chief James Craig this week showcased what looked like the start of a political campaign: an eye-catching logo, video introducing himself, and an official campaign fundraiser package with the State. But his team calls it all “exploratory”. So what is it ? Technically, under the state campaign …

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How Do US-Mexico Border Travel Restrictions Affect Businesses?

The mayor of Imperial Beach said border issues “are not a priority for the Biden administration.” IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif .– South Bay city leaders are speaking out after the restriction on non-essential travel at the US-Mexico border was extended until August 21. Travel restrictions were first put in place in …

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Vistadome renews the tourist interest of the coastal belt

Tour operators have started offering packages that include the train ride as the main attraction As with the Araku Valley, the newly introduced Vistadome coaches on the Bengaluru-Mangaluru rail route have already generated tourism interest in the region. Tour operators have started offering rail and road packages that include the …

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Here’s what to catch for Ultra Unlock events

One of the best parts of the Pokemon Go Fest celebrations happens after the event ends. As tradition has it, the community’s efforts to collect over 1.5 billion pocket monsters and complete 23 million raids during the event and complete global challenges in the process have unlocked benefits that all …

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The “Downtown is Open” campaign seeks to return to restaurants and events

Elle McMaster works and shops in Columbus. She owns the Copper & Ash Salon on South 3rd and Main Streets, and on Tuesday she was perusing the Pearl Market on East Gay Street, shopping for produce and coffee. McMaster, a resident of Olde Towne East, is optimistic about the future …

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Soldo raises $ 180 million for its professional expense management platform – TechCrunch

Expense management has long been an issue for employees and accounting departments: for many, tracking and analyzing how money is spent on behalf of a business is just too mired in legacy software. ill-equipped to meet more modern demands. Today, a UK startup building solutions to bring the process into …

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