SOS Warner reminds business to file annual report | Journal-news

SOS Warner reminds business to file annual report |  Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Secretary of State Mac Warner is reminding businesses to file their state-required annual report on time, making a stop at the Berkeley County Chamber of Commerce to share the word of the midnight deadline on June 30. There are more than 148,000 businesses, including nonprofits, in West Virginia, all of which are required … Read more

Lyon Co. approves plan for stimulus money | News, Sports, Jobs

Lyon Co.  approves plan for stimulus money |  News, Sports, Jobs

MARSHALL – Lyon County commissioners approved a plan for dividing up federal stimulus funds on Tuesday, with a scale of funding based on the size of cities in the county. The funding breakdown included a total of $ 1.9 million available for 11 cities, and a total of $ 260,000 available for ambulance services. After … Read more

Building’s owner out of time; council out of patience | News, Sports, Jobs

Building’s owner out of time;  council out of patience |  News, Sports, Jobs

Staff photo by Clay Schuldt A downtown building will be demolished in August after its owner failed to present a wall repair plan Tuesday to the City Council. NEW ULM– With no plan in place to fix it, the building at 307 N. Minnesota Street will be demolished in August. The city has been dealing … Read more

Jamestown Business College offers scholarships News, Sports, Jobs

Jamestown Business College offers scholarships  News, Sports, Jobs

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Warren County Career Center students (from left) Abigail Wilson (Business as a Career), Carter Lookenhouse (Academic Progress), Alessandra Tundel (Business as a Career), Mitchell Rossman (Academic Progress), Kendra Chase Academic Progress, Paige Dexter (Academic Progress), and Addison Downor Rice (Entrepreneurship), received the Jamestown Business College Awards reflecting full-tuition scholarship … Read more

GFW Board files to address new building issue | News, Sports, Jobs

GFW Board files to address new building issue |  News, Sports, Jobs

GIBBON – The Gibbon Fairfax Winthrop School Board removed a resolution for a centrally-located future preschool-12 building project Monday. Building site requirements included municipal utility connections. Superintendent Jeff Horton said the board will consider the resolution at a future meeting. Horton said retiring staff were honored at the meeting. Retirees included fifth-grade teacher Maren Briard, … Read more

Historic Bakery Building Gives Rise to New Artist Studios on Troost Avenue

Historic Bakery Building Gives Rise to New Artist Studios on Troost Avenue

Share this story Published 9 seconds ago Above image credit: The Kansas City Artists Coalition has opened a second artist studio space called Wonder Studios at 2999 Troost Avenue. (Courtesy | Jim Barcus) Kansas City’s supply of artist studios leavened a bit more with the recent addition of the Wonder Studios, an offering of the … Read more

‘The cost of doing business’ | News, Sports, Jobs

‘The cost of doing business’ |  News, Sports, Jobs

-Messenger photo by Kelby Wingert Tuition at Iowa Central Community College will increase slightly for the 2022-2023 school year. Two major factors are leading to a nearly 5 percent increase in tuition fees at Iowa Central Community College. The first factor, Iowa Central President Jesse Ulrich told the college’s board of directors Tuesday, is inflation. … Read more

Dunbar to join Sheriff’s Office | News, Sports, Jobs

Dunbar to join Sheriff’s Office |  News, Sports, Jobs

-Messenger by Kelby Wingert View large! The Webster County Board of Supervisors hired Dayton Police Chief Nick Dunbar as a deputy sheriff with the Webster County Sheriff’s Department on Tuesday. Pictured are Sheriff Luke Fleener, Dunbar, his wife Rachel Dunbar and Chief Deputy Derek Christie. -Messenger by Kelby Wingert View large! The Webster County Board … Read more