The Osages broke ground for a new health clinic

Opening ceremony for the new Sapulpa apartment complex A grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new apartment complex in Sapulpa will be held Dec. 1. The event will be from 5:30 to 1:30 pm at the Gaslamp Apartments, 9143 New Sapulpa Road, with Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce officials and the developer. The public is … Read more

Young people learn about finance by watching the adults in their lives

Emily Morrison | Columnist One of my roles as an extension educator is to bring current research to the citizens of Ohio, and specifically here in Coshocton County. A growing area of ​​consumer research is the role of financial education in financial well-being. When researchers examine factors that influence youth financial well-being, they typically look … Read more

Turkey is a big business in North Carolina and is the 2nd largest producer in the US

If you’re planning a turkey as the centerpiece of your Thanksgiving dinner, chances are it’s an NC-raised bird. This is the reason. When you hear the words chocolate and chip, turkey may not be the first food that comes to mind. But last November, two turkeys named Chocolate and Chip from Monroe, NC, earned the … Read more

2U CEO ‘Chip’ Pawkek when ed tech company ends USC partnership

The founder and CEO of influential ed tech company 2U follows the news that the company and its top academic partner, the University of Southern California, are severing their decade-and-a-half-year relationship. In a news release Friday morning, the company said it will replace longtime leader Christopher “Chip” Pawkek. It quoted the head of the company’s … Read more

The Paris business district wants students to fill the void left by the Covid lockdowns

With companies cutting back on office space as working from home becomes popular, Europe’s largest business district is looking for students to fill the workforce gap. About 50 educational institutions have set up La Défense, a huge modernist art gallery in the western suburbs of Paris, with its glass and metal floors. With Covid lockdowns … Read more

Houma to acquire a business incubator, Parish Whitney Bank building

Terrebonne Parish government is set to buy the Whitney Bank building and open a small business incubator. Parish government is in talks with Whitney Bank this week to buy the building at 7910 Main St. in Houma for $3 million, according to parish president Gordie Dove. Whitney Bank services will remain in the building, renting … Read more