Delta Poly’s new rector, Professor Ufuophu-Biri, hints at the development of the institution

Delta Poly's new rector, Professor Ufuophu-Biri, hints at the development of the institution

By Joseph Obukata, Warri The new rector of Delta State Polytechnic Otefe-Oghara, Prof. Emmanuel Ufuophu-Biri, has given graphic details of how he intends to develop instruction in his five years at the institution. Ufuophu-Biri spoke the weekend after his official welcoming ceremony as the institution’s new Rector at the Chief James Onanefe Ibori Auditorium, Otefe-Oghara, … Read more

Florida lawmakers consider stripping Disney of self-governing power

Florida lawmakers consider stripping Disney of self-governing power

Two Florida powerhouses face off once again. On Monday, Governor Ron DeSantis spoke about Disney in what has become the latest development in an ongoing battle. This tug-of-war comes after the corporation denounced the state’s new “Don’t Say Gay” law, as critics call it. This week, lawmakers said they are considering stripping Disney of some … Read more

Immigrants drive state economy, chamber said | News, Sports, Jobs

Immigrants drive state economy, chamber said |  News, Sports, Jobs

Staff photo of Clay Schuldt Speaking at a New Ulm Chamber of Commerce luncheon, state chamber Speaker Jennifer Byers said only the presence of foreign immigrants has prevented labor shortages and kept the general population of the state. NEW ULM: A net loss of internal migration has had a negative impact … Read more

Video sharing social media services market

Executive Summary: The research report on Video Sharing Social Networking Services market comprises detailed assessment of past and present business setup to predict the growth rate of the industry in forthcoming years. It highlights factors such as the key growth drivers, challenges and lucrative prospects that will play a crucial role in shaping the dynamics … Read more

Facing COVID Burnout and the Competitive Market, How CT Healthcare Networks Keep Staffing Levels High

Facing COVID Burnout and the Competitive Market, How CT Healthcare Networks Keep Staffing Levels High

For the past two years, Connecticut health professionals have been on the front lines of the worst public health crisis in the last century. They continue to be in high demand, as highlighted by stable levels of health care employment in the state since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. But competition from other employers … Read more

Small business owners on edge as inflation squeezes customers :: WRAL.com

Small business owners on edge as inflation squeezes customers :: WRAL.com

With the rising prices of goods and gasoline, many small businesses are struggling. Show Transcript each step of the baking process now costs more and then look at the cost of goods sold in your lifetime. Wow! Almost eight years ago, Kasha and Henry, Adelaide, started a bakery in East Point Georgia. They are baking … Read more

Governor’s Citizenship Medal: Entrepreneur Dan Holt Honored for Ingenuity, Creating Possibilities for Others | Local news

Governor's Citizenship Medal: Entrepreneur Dan Holt Honored for Ingenuity, Creating Possibilities for Others |  Local news

Dan Holt has always enjoyed running businesses. He started when he was 8 years old and was responsible for delivering 550 newspapers on 10 routes in the Sacramento area. Holt knew he couldn’t deliver them all by himself, so he enlisted friends and neighborhood kids to help him. “I had so much money that it … Read more

JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD Regular Me – Jamestown Sun

JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD Regular Me - Jamestown Sun

JAMESTOWN PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF TRUSTEES Unofficial Minutes of Regular Meeting Board Meeting on Monday, February 7, 2022 at 5:15 pm in the Thompson High School Community Room. Present: Heidi Larson, Vice President, Melissa Gleason, Diane Hanson, Gayle Nelson, Aaron Roberts, Jason Rohr, Dan Tweten, Superintendent, Robert Lech, and Business Manager, Sally Ost. Guests: Darby … Read more