Local residents shop at a supermarket in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, on December 21, 2021. Photo: VCG The local market regulator in Xi’an, capital of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, summoned more than 20 e-commerce platforms and online food delivery platforms, including JD.com, Meituan and Freshhema, to stabilize prices and ensure supplyRead More →

Other notable deaths in the state Dave armstrong, musical artist from Tulsa Herb Beattie, community activist from Tulsa Byron Saloon, acclaimed fiddler from Guthrie Pat campbell, radio talk show host Carman, Christian music artist with ties to Tulsa Tim colwell, Tulsa Public Relations Specialist Paul W. Cooper, writer of Tulsa,Read More →

The holiday season seems lonely for many this year – especially for communities of seniors who are forced to self-isolate as they are at higher risk of developing complications from COVID-19. Moscow resident Kath Strickler was inspired to find a way to contact older people in the area after hearingRead More →

RIYAD – A total of 7,047 private sector establishments entered the local market during the third quarter of 2021, according to the latest report from the General Social Insurance Organization (GOSI). Thus, the total number of establishments operating in the private sector reached 636,311, an increase of 1.12 percent. period.Read More →

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – Christmas is only three days away and shoppers are plentiful, making sure everyone is covered on their list. The last Christmas season has been trying for many local small businesses. Arkansas was at the peak of its second wave of COVID-19, and fewer peopleRead More →

BEIJING IRATE: Antanas Venckus, senior official at Lithuanian Agriculture Ministry, said Lithuanian companies were concerned about Chinese sanctions Editor-in-Chief, with CNA, LONDON A senior agricultural official in Lithuania has asked Taipei to speed up import approvals for the Baltic nation’s agricultural products, as it could benefit from access to theRead More →

Richmond saxophonist and music legend, James “Plunky” branch, has written over five hundred songs during his 50-year musical career. But he still doesn’t consider himself prolific, he says, noting that Dolly Parton has written over 5,000 songs in 54 years: “It takes your breath away,” he says of his songwritingRead More →

Amid a continued rise in COVID-19, the Village of Wilmette is joining the Cook County Public Health Department in recommending restraint at the rally this holiday season. Wilmette recently counted 122 new cases of the virus per week, the best weekly score for the community since the start of theRead More →

Dell Technologies WORKERS in Limerick raised nearly € 55,000 for local charities through a number of community and fundraising initiatives this year. During the year, the team volunteered their time to support local and national initiatives, organized a number of virtual fundraising events, and shared their expertise with charitable partnersRead More →

Grace Larson’s book becomes award-winning screenplay A screenplay based on local author Grace Larson’s non-fiction book “Once in a Lifetime Comes a Man,” won the LA Independent Women Film Awards for Best Non-Produced Screenplay. The screenplay was written by Anne Gold. LA Independent Women Film Awards is an emerging internationalRead More →

Wildfires in full force around Kansas 3 hours ago Shawnee County Spelling Bee returns for 2022 1 day ago Washburn defeats Emporia State again 2 days ago A student describes a scene inside Olathe East High School… 2 days ago Press in the middle of the court (03/04/2022) 2 daysRead More →

Ferndale – Located at the corner of Woodward and 9 Mile in Ferndale, this market is unlike any other in the Detroit metro area. “We are outside the norm of the usual shopping experience. Think of a mall… for the creatives,” says Rustbelt Market co-founder Chris Best. As you walkRead More →

Dallas Powell, Hornady’s Environmental Compliance Officer, left, accepts the 2021 Scott Wilbur Award for Best Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant from Amit Shrivastava, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Water Environment Federation Association, honoring Powell and Hornady for creating a rotating vacuum drum filtration system with LR WaterRead More →

Nefcy Around the same time, just a year ago, northern Michigan was facing an alarming increase in COVID-19 cases as the winter break approached. In response, we have collectively taken responsible and proven measures that have reduced the spread of COVID-19, saved lives, and protected our healthcare system. Since NovemberRead More →

Royards Publishing Company, the publisher of educational books, launched a new Digital Canopi digital platform last Friday that aims to promote and market Caribbean educational and literary content globally. Produced in collaboration with OMG Media, the event was broadcast on Facebook and YouTube. Digital Canopi was developed by local financialRead More →

Syracuse Crunch reporter Tired Teddy Toss The Syracuse Crunch has rescheduled its 11th annual Stanley Steemer Tired Teddy Toss draw for Wednesday, December 8; the team welcomes the Cleveland Monsters to the Upstate Medical University Arena at 7 p.m. The Crunch and Stanley Steemer are encouraging fans to join theRead More →