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Creative Touch helps customers realize design dreams

Patrick Chew, after working the past six years as head of Zia Design Services, has opened his own business, Creative Touch Design, to help businesses and individuals fulfill their building dreams.

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English Village spotlighting local artisans

The English Village at the corner of Highway 101 and Benham Lane is undergoing a transformation that will allow a number of entrepreneurs to present art, crafts, collectibles, antiques, and property, as well as beauty care at the HairPort Beauty Salon.

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Young Bucks eager to take care of yards

Next time you find young bucks in your yard, there’s a good chance they’re weeding your garden, not eating it, and they don’t have antlers.

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Yeiter paints houses to pay for school

Emmie Yeiter, a 2008 graduate of Gold Beach High School, is preparing for a summer internship with College Works Painting, a company that trains college students to run their own summer business painting houses.

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Tele-medicine system speeds heart-attack diagnosis, treatment

A tele-medicine system to recognize heart attacks is improving both the quality and speed of treatment for five or six patients a month in Curry County.

And a similar system is gearing up to provide the same kind of improvement for stroke victims.

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  • Only a payrolls surprise could shake stalling market
    Unless next week's payrolls report is an outlier, investors should expect a continuation of the directionless market that has kept the S&P 500 trading in place for most of the year. Should July post strong job gains, it would point to an economy strong enough for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates for the first time in almost a decade.
  • Pacific Rim free trade talks fall short of deal
    Pacific Rim trade ministers failed to clinch a deal on Friday to free up trade between a dozen nations after a dispute flared up over auto trade between Japan and North America, New Zealand dug in over dairy trade and no agreement was reached on monopoly periods for next-generation drugs. Trade ministers from the 12 nations negotiating the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which would stretch from Japan to Chile and cover 40 percent of the world economy, fell just short of a deal at talks on the Hawaiian island of Maui but were confident an agreement was within reach. "The undergrowth has been cleared away in the course of this meeting in a manner that I would say is streets ahead of any of the other ministerial meetings that we have had," New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said.
  • U.S. wage growth brakes in second-quarter; consumer sentiment slips
    U.S. labor costs in the second quarter recorded their smallest increase in 33 years as workers earned less in commissions and bonuses, in what appeared to be a temporary wage growth setback against the backdrop of diminishing labor market slack. The surprisingly smaller rise reported by the Labor Department on Friday did little to temper expectations that the Federal Reserve is set to raise interest rates later this year. The job market is fast approaching full employment.

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