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

Wonder Girls Hosts Its First Free Annual Career Expo: Women’s Empowerment

(Photo: Franklin Liranzo)

(Photo: Franklin LiranzoThere was a huge turnout at St. Thomas Aquinas College on Saturday, March 26, when Wonder Girls hosted its first annual “Put Your Best Foot Forward” career expo. Founded in December 2020, Wonder Girls is a program for girls middle and high school students with a mission to build confidence, leadership, community, and … Read more

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce mocked MLB’s career change on April Fools’ Day

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce mocked MLB's career change on April Fools' Day

The annual tradition of April Fools’ Day has brought out the best and worst of pranks on everyone across the country. The headlines and stories on April 1 had everyone on social media skeptical, not fully trusting the statements of celebrities, athletes and commentators. The lure of the holidays was not lost on Kansas City … Read more

5 key takeaways from the March jobs report: Lowell Sun

5 key takeaways from the March jobs report: Lowell Sun

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER WASHINGTON — Strong hiring, strong wage increases and strong price increases are drawing more Americans into the workforce. The trend, if it holds, would spell long-awaited relief for companies that have been desperate to fill jobs. The number of people working or looking for work has yet to fully recover from the … Read more