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Kruse joins law offices of Olin & Associates

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Carly Kruse, formerly with the Curry County District Attorney’s Office, has joined the law offices of Olin & Associates.

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Cash Mob Crew

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Businesses, offices closed for Thanksgiving

Businesses and government offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28 in observance of Thanksgiving Day.

City and county offices will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but police, sheriff, fire and other emergency services will remain in operation. City offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 28, as well as county offices.

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Company leads people through health care maze

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Renee Balcom, Pattie Slagle and Shantel Escobar help clients at their Brookings office.
 

A confusing doctor’s visit, or the instructions that seem hard to understand and even harder to apply. 

In the changing world of health care, and with the deadline to find coverage under the Obamacare Act approaching, health care can be a difficult field to navigate for the layman.

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Steele named president of Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce

The Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce announces the appointment of Arlis A. Steele as its president and CEO. She replaces Les Cohen, who retired from the chamber in June after 20 years in the position.
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  • Greece's Tsipras digs in against bailout
    ATHENS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A defiant Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urged Greeks on Wednesday to reject an international bailout deal, wrecking any prospect of repairing broken relations with European Union partners before a referendum on Sunday that may decide Greece's future in Europe. Less than 24 hours after he wrote a conciliatory letter to creditors asking for a new bailout that would accept many of their terms, Tsipras abruptly switched back into combative mode in a television address. A day after Greece became the first developed economy to default on debt to the International Monetary Fund, long lines at cash machines provided a stark symbol of the pressure on Tsipras, who came to power in January vowing to end austerity and protect the poor.
  • Asia stocks rise for third day though Greece, China concerns weigh
    Asian stocks advanced for a third consecutive day and the greenback advanced on Thursday helped by upbeat U.S. economic data though weak Chinese stocks and Greece's standoff with its creditors capped gains. Shares in Shanghai and Shenzhen have lost a quarter of their market capitalization since the rout began, according to Thomson Reuters data. Broader investor sentiment is also expected to remain cautious in the coming weeks, thanks to growing uncertainty over whether Greece can step back from an economic abyss after its debt default to the International Monetary Fund, and doubts over its future in the euro zone.
  • U.S. probing whether airlines collude to keep airfares high
    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Justice said on Wednesday it is investigating whether U.S. airlines worked together illegally to keep airfares high by signaling plans to limit flights. The Justice Department wrote to major U.S. air carriers demanding that they detail decisions to limit the number of seats they offer, and what they've said about those plans to investors, securities analysts and the public. The top four U.S. carriers American Airlines Group Inc (AAL.O), Delta Air Lines Inc (DAL.N), United Continental Holdings Inc (UAL.N) and Southwest Airlines Co (LUV.N) control some 80 percent of the domestic air travel market.

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