Back in business as The Take Out | Country and region

In 2005, after years in the food and beverage industry, Cheri Knight set out to achieve her dream. Her restaurant, The Garden Fish, found rapid success in downtown Fayetteville. After just a few months, however, a change in Knight’s personal life forced her to reconsider. “I found out I was pregnant about two months in,” … Read more

The Utah-based company that creates a global hiring solution has just secured millions in investment

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Until now, hiring the best employee in the world was just a pipe dream for most companies. But thanks to a recently announced $5 million seed round for its global talent and recruiting services marketplace, Lehi-based staffing firm IsoTalent is one step closer to making that a reality. IsoTalent’s investment … Read more

Yakima arts organizations are seeking the formation of a creative district to support downtown development | Local

From public art and sculptures set back from Yakima Avenue to local businesses with handmade products, downtown Yakima is a hub for creativity. Some local art leaders want to cultivate this further, creating a pedestrian area full of art and cultural activities called a creative district. The Yakima Arts Commission is leading the effort, hosting … Read more

New technology available in the fight against cancer | Local news

Cutting-edge technology was unveiled Thursday in the fight against cancer. The Pennsylvania Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (PCSRI), formerly the Gettysburg Cancer Center, held an open house Thursday to allow the community to check out the Varian TrueBeam Linear Accelerator, which will provide painless and non-invasive cancer treatment, they said officials before some 30 people … Read more

New Mercy Health Program Helps Address Feminine Hygiene Needs | News

Mercy Health-Lourdes Hospital is launching a new program that health care providers hope will help local girls and young women learn about and manage their menstrual cycles by providing feminine hygiene products and educational materials to those who need them. Mercy Health Foundation-Lourdes has awarded a grant to Mercy Health Paducah Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) … Read more

New data show declining mental health, education trends among Idaho children | Idaho

New national data shows that Idaho ranks among the best in the nation for economic well-being, family and community factors, but also shows rising rates of anxiety and depression among children and low educational outcomes. The 2022 Kids Count data is released annually by the Annie E. Casey Foundation to measure the health and well-being … Read more

Beyond the legally required minimums, how much car insurance do you need?

(William A. Morgan/Shutterstock.com) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Ask any insurance agent how much car insurance you need beyond the required minimums, and you’ll probably get a lot of “it depends” answers. And it’s true. The amount of car insurance you need depends on several factors, including where you live, how much your car is … Read more

County officials offer “keep your health” training.

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – As the number of people experiencing mental health issues increases, the Albany County Legislature is proposing a training program to be provided to several county mental health first responders. During Monday’s meeting of the Albany County Legislature, the Take Care of Your Health training program was introduced by Speaker Andrew Joyce … Read more