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How to carve a turkey
Elementary students from area schools have submitted their recipes for How to Cook a Turkey. The recipes are as follows:Rachel Larsens Class: Charlie, Jaxton, Harper, Justin, Marren, Hattie, Porter, Kasnt. Charlie: 100 lbs turkey, a dash of chicken, 3 cloves of garlic, one cup of basil, 10 tsps of salt.See the Story
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Local unemployment ticked up in October
Iowa's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate increased to 3.2 percent in October, up from 3.1 percent a year ago. The state's labor force participation rate decreased from 68.6 percent to 68.4 percent but remains 0.3 percent higher than one year earlier. Meanwhile, the U.S. unemployment rate rose to. 3.9 percent.See the Story
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Hartford City · Hartford City
Michael Hicks: The best of Thanksgivings
LZ Granderson: My most memorable Thanksgiving was when I deployed. Granderson says he and his wife celebrated the COVID Thanksgiving of 2020. He says the food was hot, but memorable only by the thoughtful toils of those who prepared it. The food was prepared in several houses, and delivered to this small city on the Ohio River.See the Story
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Back in the Saddle - November 29, 2023
Editor’s note: This column is being reprinted from Dec. 1, 2004. Some problems never change. In the past few months, we’ve been struggling with some software issues on our Macs that date back to 2014. It will probably be time…See the Story
Ukraine · Ukraine
Ukraine Business Roundup — November 21
Polish protests blocking three major Poland-Ukraine border crossings have now stretched into their third week. Analysts in Poland say that there is likely broad support in Poland for reinstating EU permits and restoring a level playing field. Ukraine launched an insurance program with broker Marsh McLennan and Lloyd's of London to cover grain vessels.See the Story
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United Auto Workers · Franklin
Michael Hicks: Are we in a period of new union activism?
The United Auto Workers strike against the big three domestic automakers has some economists arguing that we are entering a new wave of labor union activism. David Frum: I'm not yet convinced, but there are several interesting effects of this strike that might inspire more active labor movements. He says if unions are to be successful, they'll do so by penetrating other industries.See the Story
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