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Jacksonville’s Nordstrom store means retail big leagues By Clip Syndicate In about two weeks Jacksonville shoppers will have yet another department store to spend their cash: Nordstrom. ...Read More »
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Precious metal prices decline By Clip Syndicate Gold and silver at some of the lowest prices in years ...Read More »
Speed Limit Reduced on US 67 By Clip Syndicate The speed limit on US 67, between San Angelo and Big Lake, has been reduced to 70 miles per hour. Texas Department of Transportation Representatives say this stretch of highway now ranks higher than the state average for crashes; they have seen an increase in crash rates in the last two years. TxDOT announced the change from 75 to 70 miles per hour, Tuesday, and removed the signs. Representatives say, construction to add three passing lanes, between Big Lake and Irion County, is expected to begin later this year. ...Read More »
Denver Coach up and running By Clip Syndicate After a long hiatus, the Denver Coach is back up and running ...Read More »
HAPPENING TONIGHT: DOT hosts public meeting on Leland traffi By Clip Syndicate Drivers frustrated by the traffic in Leland will have the chance to sound off tonight. The NC Department of Transportation is hosting a public meeting at 6:30 p.m. at Leland Middle School. ...Read More »
McCrory's $1 billion borrow for roads questioned By Clip Syndicate There are questions about Gov. Pat McCrory's plan to borrow $1 billion for new highway construction. ...Read More »
Smart Woman: Smart Tips for Smartphones By Clip Syndicate While smartphones can help us in our daily lives, for some the devices can also be psychologically controlling. ...Read More »
Amazon Outage Hits Site Globally, Prevents Some Customers From Placing Orders By Clip Syndicate Some Amazon customers are having trouble placing orders on the shopping site, which customer service representatives contacted by CNET attribute to technical issues. Two customer service agents told CNET the worldwide outage is a "known issue" and that the company's technical support team is working on it. One agent attributed the problems to servers being down, while another said the issues are because Amazon is upgrading its site. Both said the outage, which started at about 10 a.m. ...Read More »

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