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    Lifelong racer (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)At 88 years old, Ed Rusk has done what most motorcycle racers could never do-- he's caught up with his number. As he leans in his motorized chair, Rusk pores over a lifetime of memories -- both mild and wild -- in his Phenix City home.

    Little damage forecast for Skrep, Vonderheid ( Crest Nursing Home has long had a reputation for being a place for the politically connected to get work for friends and relatives ? immune from major cuts because the workers and their families carried votes.

    Sales mentoring company opens in St. Pete (BizJournals)A company that specializes in training home business owners has set up shop in St. Petersburg.

    The secret bike shop (Ashland Daily Tidings)Thirteen years ago, Mike DeSalvo landed work as a mechanic at a bike shop in Yreka, Calif. Now, in his own classic 1950s-style workshop, DeSalvo runs a one-man show of building DeSalvo Cycles ? specialty bikes for a niche market.

    Infy hits back with investment figures ( Deve Gowda's comments on the lack of contribution by Infosys to the state, Infosys has listed out the investments it has made and the number of jobs it has created in Karnataka.

    Beauty is in the eyes of the jury (Chicago Tribune)The reconstruction of the east-west segment of Wacker Drive and an airport train station in Germany by Helmut Jahn will be among the top award-winners when the Chicago chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) presents its annual design excellence awards Friday night.

    Coulee Computer moving out (West Salem Coulee News)Downtown West Salem is losing a business this week. Coulee Computer will be moving out of its Leonard Street store to focus on computer repairs. ?The repair business is booming,? said Coulee Computer owner Toni Kresen. ?That?s basically what I?ll be doing. I?ll be doing more home business.

    New plan rescues Valley Crest ( County majority commissioners announced a plan Friday that will keep Valley Crest Nursing Home open without taxpayer subsidy.

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