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Oil Prices Rise, Fall Thanks to China
Oil Prices Rise, Fall Thanks to China
Oil prices fell on Monday, paring gains after rising to more than two-month highs, on mixed signals over China, the world's top crude importer, potentially relaxing its strict COVID-19 restrictions.  West Texas crude dropped to $91 per barrel at Monday’s close, after jumping up to over $93 at one point Monday; the highest West Texas price we’ve seen since August 30th.   Prices climb...
WSDA Awards $8M To Improve Fairgrounds Statewide
WSDA Awards $8M To Improve Fairgrounds Statewide
Unfortunately, it’s a familiar theme at many fairgrounds across the state of Washington; rundown facilities that have seen better days.  But the state Department of Agriculture is trying to help address some of those needs.  The Washington State Department of Agriculture and the State Legislature recognize the importance of Washington’s fairgrounds, especially to the rural, more remote locations a
COVID Continues To Linger In Rural America
COVID Continues To Linger In Rural America
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to linger even as society and rural communities are ready to move on.  Dr. Michael Stevens, West Virginia University System Health Care Epidemiologist, Morgantown, West Virginia, said rural communities have seen disproportionate levels of COVID   “Rural communities have been disproportionately affected and impacted by the pandemic in terms of having more severe COVI

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