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Kilgore, TX (Kilgore News Herald)10/8/2005 Cunningham Funeral Home reopens By LESTER MURRAY firstname.lastname@example.org With 40 years experience, Thomas Cunningham knows the funeral home business.
North Country soap production (News 10 Now)What started as a modest home business 26 years ago has grown into a company known all across the North Country and now all around the world. SunFeather Natural Soap Company in Potsdam is opening two stores in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Restoration of former tax regime urged (Daily Times)KARACHI: The Pakistan Association of Automotive Parts and Accessories Manufacturers (PAAPAM) asked the Central Board of Revenue (CBR) on Saturday to restore the presumptive tax regime for their smaller units.
Call US, UK at 89 paise/min! (Rediff.com)Now calling the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada will cost Indian users only Rs 0.89 per minute, down from the current Rs 1.39 per minute.
BZA hands out special exceptions (Rushville Republican)The Rush County Board of Zoning Appeals awarded three special exceptions to county residents at the panel?s recent meeting. Kelli Jo Kuhn, 998 South Colorado Avenue, Rushville, for an in-home business in Section 5 of Rushville Township on property zoned agriculture.
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Child sex offenders must move (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)Three convicted sex offenders are moving out of a home-business in an upscale Cobb neighborhood after nearby residents complained to county officials.
San Mateo Daily Journal (San Mateo Daily Journal)There?s nothing like a little neighborly dispute to make someone want to change things at City Hall. That?s exactly what spurred San Mateo City Council candidate Ron Mahurin to enter this year?s election.
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