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Business Briefs - July 27, 2016

Litchfield woman earns operator of year honor

Gina Kaiser of Litchfield Park has been honored as the 2015 Baskin-Robbins Operator of the Year at the 10th annual Dunkin’ Brands Franchisee and Enterprise Awards Ceremony held in Boston.

Kaiser has five different shops and was honored for her attention to detail and high achievement in her businesses.

 

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Business Briefcase - July 27, 2016

Welcome to the Business Briefcase column, readers!

Just a friendly reminder that the West Valley View is hosting a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 3 in our parking lot at 1050 E. Riley Drive.

It’s in a bloodmobile, so don’t worry about baking on the parking lot pavement. I’m not a scientist, or a vampire, but I believe blood needs to be kept relatively cool, so it should feel pretty nice in there.

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Business Briefcase: July 20, 2016

Howdy, all! Here’s the latest edition of the Business Briefcase, hot off the press.

Did anyone get hit with that strange liquid falling from the sky this week? I hear scientists are calling it “rain.” Sounds like a catchy name to me; I wonder if it will stick.

Let’s get to the business news, shall we?

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Business Briefs - July 13, 2016

Avondale employee receives award

Cherlene Penilla, human resources director for Avondale, has received a Patriot Award from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve for her efforts to support veteran initiatives. The Department of Defense award recognizes supervisors and bosses nominated by a guardsman or reservist employee for support of military service.

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Business Briefcase: July 13, 2016

Welcome to the Business Briefcase, everyone.

It’s great to be back delivering business news tidbits. There was no way to know this beforehand, but your Briefcase host spent a weekend camping in the Coconino National Forest. It was a nice, recharging time in nature, not worrying about emails, cellular service, traffic or eating on a plate. That’s right, tinfoil bowls for the win! I wholeheartedly recommend the camping/hiking experience among the pines up north.

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06
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Business Briefs: July 6, 2016

View editor wins award

West Valley View Managing Editor Cary Hines won a Golden Dozen award for editorial writing at the 41st annual International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors conference July 2 in Melbourne, Australia.

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06
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Business Briefcase: July 6, 2016

Hello again, readers, and welcome to the July 6 edition of the Business Briefcase.

Happy belated birthday, United States of America. You don’t look a day over 240! Or a day over 233, if you don’t consider the birth of the U.S. to start until the Revolutionary War ended in 1783. You can also be technical and not count it until the country adopted its current government with the signing of the Constitution in 1789. We’re only 227, then.

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Business Briefcase - June 29, 2016

Welcome to the final June edition of the Business Briefcase.

According to The Old Farmer’s Almanac, we’re about to begin the dog days of summer. That’s right, if you didn’t think the summer had really announced its presence already, there’s more to look forward to starting July 3.

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Business Briefcase - June 22, 2016

Welcome to the Business Briefcase, everyone.

I’ll have to be quick getting through this edition, because I have some food warming up outside and I don’t want it to burn. At this point, it’s a more economical option than using the oven.

Sports editor Casey Pritchard filled me in that a certain company won’t be making deliveries for online orders because of the chance the intense heat will damage the product. That doesn’t seem good for business.

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Business Briefcase - June 16, 2016

Hello again, everyone, and welcome to the latest edition of the Business Briefcase, hot off the press!

I’d like to wish a happy belated birthday to my younger cousin! This is coming from the kindness of my heart, as I wasn’t promised a cut of the birthday loot. It’s unfortunate, because she made off like a bandit. I’m thinking about trying to get on some sort of program that will let me celebrate my birthday every month, gifts included. Plus, it’d be fun to tell people I’m 300-plus “years” old.

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