Gotta collect ’em all: Kokomo Pokemon enthusiast owns extensive card collection | Business

Starting as a childhood hobby, Kokomo native Charlie Hurlocker has put together one of the most comprehensive comprehensive English language Pokémon card collections in the world. Although he doesn’t know exactly how much the internationally recognized collection is worth, the cards were once valued at more than $10 million. The collector moved to the Washington, … Read more

At Blue Rabbit, family can enjoy cards, games | Local News

Mary Canrobert I heard there was a new family game lounge in Taylorsville and that the owner, Derrick Jones, was a really great guy. I’d never been to a family game lounge, so off to Taylorsville I went. Briefly, Blue Rabbit Cards and Games, which opened in early March, is a place to play board … Read more

Gotta collect ’em all: Kokomo enthusiast owns extensive Pokémon card collection | Business

Starting as a childhood hobby, Kokomo native Charlie Hurlocker has put together one of the most comprehensive comprehensive English language Pokémon card collections in the world. Although he doesn’t know exactly how much the internationally recognized collection is worth, the cards were once valued at more than $10 million. The collector moved to the Washington, … Read more

Business Beat: Credit union expands membership eligibility area | Business News

Sidney Federal Credit Union has expanded its field of membership to an additional four counties in upstate New York, according to a media release. In addition to its previous field, membership with SFCU is now eligible to anyone who lives, works, worships or school attendees in Onondaga, Cortland, Essex and Hamilton counties. “We’re excited about … Read more

Expansion to Laserfab in Lester | News

Locally owned North Alabama Laserfab in Lester is expanding its current 20,000-square-foot facility and expecting to add ten new jobs over the next three years. The Limestone County Commission approved a tax abatement for the Laserfab expansion. Laserfab plans to add an additional 2,100 square feet and new equipment for an investment of $803,000. The … Read more

Fish Wrap: Nips and water do not mix | Arts Entertainment

2-8-22, Plains Road to URI, 300, Bill “They are literally everywhere,” said South County’s Bill McCusker, running his hands through a blue trash totter teeming with bright, faded, new and worn plastic bottles the size of business cards. Out for a walk, peddling a bike, putting in a canoe, turning north, even parking at a … Read more

Buzz growing for Jefferson Highway in Wagoner County and beyond, but more is needed | News

Related: Life is a highway: Big tourism plans underway for ‘Historic Jefferson Highway Route’ in Oklahoma Buckle up, literally. The Jefferson Highway is gaining plenty of traction once again. The Jefferson Highway, established in 1915, is the oldest highway to pass through Oklahoma. Nationally, it was one of the first highways in the US before … Read more

Grand Island’s Railside district continues to grow as Boutique 29Eleven opens | Grand Island Local News

Another new business has recently opened in Grand Island’s growing Railside District. Owners Carrie Kavan of St. Paul and Tiffany Curry of Albion have opened Boutique 29Eleven at 213 W. Third St. It’s their third store — they also have stores in St. Paul and Albion. “We chose to come to the Railside District because … Read more

Column: Tis the season for door-to-door solicitations | Columnists

Sunshine and warmer temperatures mean door-to-door solicitors have started hitting the pavement. Marketing everything from solar panels and other energy solutions, alarm systems, handyman work, and even charitable organizations, door-to-door salespeople typically hit the pavement through the end of September. Better Business Bureau serving Central East Texas urges consumers to make smart and safe decisions … Read more

CEOs pledge $4.7B to aid minority business from Baltimore to Richmond | Govt-and-politics

Dominion Energy and two dozen other large companies are pleading to invest $4.7 billion over the next five years to boost minority-owned businesses and organizations in a region that stretches from Richmond to Washington and Baltimore. The 10-figure pledge by members of the Greater Washington Partnership, first reported on Tuesday by the Washington Business Journal, … Read more

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