In an area where people once shopped for good deals on jeans, slacks and shirts, bottles of water by the hundreds of thousands every month are filled, capped, cased, palletized, wrapped and shipped for distribution.
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Previously, Oklahoma State was limited to 17 states and Ohio State to 19 states, with both universities sharing branding rights in Iowa.
WEATHERFORD – The Doss Heritage and Culture Center recently named Lorraine Crutcher its new marketing and events manager.
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump, in a speech in Kentucky in March, called U.S. prescription drug prices “outrageous” – and few Americans would disagree with him.
It’s more important than ever to be wary of uncertified solar eclipse glasses, warns the American Astronomical Society in a recent news release.
INDIANAPOLIS — Six companies based in Indianapolis are among more than 50 nationwide charged by the Federal Trade Commission with deceiving online customers into buying personal care products.
OAK BROOK, Ill. - Visitors to the McDonald's wooded corporate campus enter on a driveway named for the late chief executive Ray Kroc, then turn onto Ronald Lane before reaching Hamburger University, where more than 80,000 people have been trained as fast-food managers.
Traditionally, when a car breaks down, the solution has been to fix it. Repair manuals, knowledgeable mechanics and auto parts stores make car repairs common, quick and relatively inexpensive. Even with modern computer-equipped vehicles, regular people have plenty they can do: change oil, change tires and many more advanced upgrades.