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Union Plus: Cozy recipes to curl up with

Source: Union Plus February 22, 2021 Cozy recipes to curl up with What’s your favorite comfort food? Check out our go-to recipes that are made for weeknight cooking, in your fuzzy slippers. Old-School Recipes Creamy Chicken Pot Pie It’s hard to resist this timeless comfort food classic that has tender chicken, creamy gravy, and a […]

Manchin unveils tax credit measure aimed at new or revitalized manufacturing plants

Source: WTOV 9 Fox News March 1, 2021 A tax credit meant to ease the way from job losses in coal mining and manufacturing into making goods for the green economy was unveiled Monday by Senator Joe Manchin (D). Joining Manchin in announcing the American jobs in Energy Manufacturing Act of 2021 was Michigan Senator […]

Herkimer County IDA OKs tax breaks for Remington Arms buyer

Source: Times Telegram February 25, 2021   RemArms, the company that is gearing up to operate the former Remington Arms plant in Ilion, has been approved for a PILOT (Payment in Lieu of Taxes) agreement, according to Herkimer County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director John Piseck. The IDA board approved the PILOT agreement for the […]

Court approves deal for rehiring Decker miners

Source: Sheridan Media February 23, 2021     A federal court has approved a tentative agreement under which up to 30 employees of Decker Coal Mine could be rehired to complete reclamation  or cleanup of the mine site north of Sheridan.   Utah-based Lighthouse Resources Inc., which owns the mine, declared Bankruptcy last December, and […]

As nation freezes, fossil fuels are keeping the lights and heat on

Source: The Hill February 16, 2021 Much of the Midwest and the Mountain States are seeing subzero temperatures and blizzard conditions sweep through. As far south as Dallas, a polar vortex has caused temperatures to dip into the 20s, with ice and snow. In parts of Minnesota, temperatures dipped to near their lowest levels in […]

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