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November 10, 2006

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Nov 10,2006
Employers sometimes argue that government destroys jobs when it raises the minimum wage. They might take a measure of agreement from a highly unexpected source. A Wall Street Journal column, written by John Fund, took a look at the inner workings of ACORN, a union-financed activist group that campaigns for higher minimum wages and other liberal causes. (ACORN is part of the political coalition that tries to draw moral sustenance from vilifying Wal-Mart.) Fund portrays ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Every chic woman (and lots of men, too) have a little black list of fashionable must-haves in their wardrobes that they always depend on to brighten up their days and, especially, their nights. Holiday nights are when black really shines. So it's no wonder that every year fashion designers reinvent our favorite classics. Here are some new items to put on your holiday fashion black list:   THE LIST - Every chic woman haa a little black list of ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Bend, Oregon Banker Will Serve the Central and Southern Oregon Market West Coast Bank has named Kelley Mears Vice President and Relationship Manager of the Government Guaranteed Lending Group. Mears expertise includes numerous loan programs such as USDA, OCEDD and Small Business Administration (SBA) 504 real estate loans. She will assist business owners in the purchase of businesses or business assets through a wide variety of SBA loan programs and will serve the Central and ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Idaho-based RNR Enterprises, Inc., doing business in Central Oregon as Roto-Rooter Service, has been assessed an $8,238 Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) penalty for performing sewage disposal services without a license between July 1, 2005 and Feb. 28, 2006. The company did not appeal the penalty by the deadline, and the full penalty amount is now due. In early November 2005, the Crook County Environmental Health Department received a “Final Inspection Request” form from ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
With autumn upon us, it's time to dress the doorways with a festoon of fall foliage. Make sure yours is right for your space. "When creating a floral garland for the entryway, color, size, shape and the door's architectural style should all be considered," said Elizabeth Souders, a marketing manager with door manufacturer Jeld-Wen Inc. "Homeowners often take their inspiration from the shape of the door itself or personalize their decor using plants from their own ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
At a party over the weekend, I meet a recently divorced homeowner who'd received the house in his divorce settlement and was now trying to sell it.The house has been on the market for seven months -- which might as well be an eternity for a home seller. On the plus side, there have been more than 60 showings. Clearly, there's interest in the property -- just not at the list price. The owner said ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
I was picking lint from my collar when my editor called with a dangerous mission: to get a Brazilian bikini wax and report back to you. Apparently, men are ripping hair from the shyest parts of their body, and no one knows why. They needed someone on the inside.  I arrived at the day spa without a reconnaissance. Lauren the hostess guided me through the cutting and curling and dyeing to a waiting room. Scratch ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Whether you begin buying gifts after Thanksgiving on Black Friday or online on Cyber Monday, you're contributing to the busiest shopping season of the year. According to the National Retail Federation, Americans spent $438.6 billion during the 2005 holiday shopping season. This number is expected to increase by five percent this year to $457 billion. That's good news for retailers. It may also be good news for thieves. "Credit card fraud can affect anyone, at ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
Your cell phone is ringing…if you are job hunting, the person calling may be your future employer. If it is, you have obviously impressed them with your application or stellar resume -- you don’t want to ruin your chances by handling the call unprofessionally. Kelly Services has 60 years of experience recruiting and hiring the best qualified candidates for their customers. They contact millions of applicants annually to discuss available job opportunities. How an applicant ... [full story]
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Nov 10,2006
A GOP defeat could benefit conservatives, says New Right founding father and king of conservative direct mail, Richard Viguerie "In the early 1990s, they talked about a culture of corruption by the Democrats and how they were abusing their power. Lo and behold, that seems to be what the Republicans have engaged in. It's very, very hard to tell conservatives that there really is a significant difference on most issues between this crowd and the ... [full story]
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