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Blank honored

November 29, 2011 Warren artist Judith Cole Blank has been juried into membership of Oil Painters of America, an international association dedicated to preserving and promoting excellence in representational art. O.P. more »»

Local business asks for help with troops

November 29, 2011 As Fall begins it offers us a season to reflect and give thanks for those around us who make our Communities a better place to be. more »»

Early Disney drawing up for auction

November 29, 2011 RENO, Nev. (AP) — An original, autographed drawing by Walt Disney, believed to have been made about 1920 before he hit it big in the entertainment world, will go up for auction in Reno this wee. more »»

Channing back on the stage

November 29, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — Stockard Channing has made a speedy — some might say miraculous — return to Broadwa. more »»

Mother Nature turned into Christmas Grinch for tree farmers in Texas, Okla.

November 26, 2011 NEW CANEY, Texas (AP) — Dry, brown grass crunches underfoot as David Barfield walks through his 45-acre Christmas tree farm pointing at evergreens covered with brittle, rust-colored needles. more »»

Market’s worst week in two months ends

November 26, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — The worst week for the stock market in two months ended with a whimper in thin trading Friday. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 4. more »»

Russia now owns Belarus pipeline

November 26, 2011 MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s state-controlled natural gas company bought the remaining stake in Belarus’ gas pipeline system Friday to become its sole owner in a move that strengthens Moscow’s control ove... more »»

Resort plan rejected

November 26, 2011 REYKJAVIK, Iceland (AP) — A Chinese entrepreneur’s bid to create a vast nature retreat in Iceland was turned down by the north Atlantic island nation’s government Friday, amid concern the deal would... more »»

Oil price climbs back over $97

November 26, 2011 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Holiday shoppers driving from store to store in search of discounted toys and televisions and are getting a break at the gas pump. more »»

Leading indicators rise 0.9%

November 19, 2011 WASHINGTON (AP) — A gauge of future economic activity rose at solid pace in October, offering hope that the economy may see stronger growth in coming month. more »»

Students explore careers

November 19, 2011 On Nov. 1 and 2, students from Warren County high schools spent time in the workplaces of seven businesses learning about career opportunities. more »»

Stocks end little changed as Europe worries ease

November 19, 2011 Stocks finished about where they started Friday as investors balanced positive signs for the U.S. economy with a looming deadline for a deficit-cutting committee in Congress. more »»

Stocks end little changed as Europe worries ease

November 19, 2011 Stocks finished about where they started Friday as investors balanced positive signs for the U.S. economy with a looming deadline for a deficit-cutting committee in Congress. more »»

Oil slips below $97

November 19, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices slipped below $97 per barrel Friday at the end of a volatile week that mixed jitters about Europe’s debt with the prospect of tighter oil supplies and improving economic... more »»

FDA nixes cancer drug Avastin

November 19, 2011 WASHINGTON (AP) — The blockbuster drug Avastin should no longer be used in advanced breast cancer patients because there’s no proof that it extends their lives or even provides enough temporary... more »»

Heinz adapting to markets

November 19, 2011 PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — H.J. Heinz Co knows that every penny counts in this economy. more »»

Jobs market improves slowly

November 18, 2011 WASHINGTON (AP) — Little by very little, the job market is getting better. more »»

Stocks slip again

November 18, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — A spike in borrowing costs for the Spanish government renewed worries about Europe’s debt crisis and pushed stocks lower for the second day in a row. more »»

Oil prices fall back below $99

November 18, 2011 NEW YORK (AP) — Oil prices tumbled nearly 4 percent on Thursday, dropping below $99 a barrel on growing fears about the future of the European Union and the global economy. more »»

Production starts at new Toyota plant

November 18, 2011 BLUE SPRINGS, Miss. (AP) — Toyota celebrated the start of Corolla production at its newest U.S. auto plant Thursday after a lengthy delay that the car maker blamed on a weak economy. more »»

 
 

 

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