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SERVICES | Best of Ventura County 2021 – VC Reporter

Section art by Stéphanie Torres. An accountant 1st PLACE Farber Hass Hurley, srl.300 E. Esplanade Drive, # 1130, Oxnard805-485-7194, www.fhhcpas.com RECOMMENDED READER Billy A. Arnold CPA 801 avenue S. Victoria, # 1066, Ventura805-642-0440 Parkway Business Solutions 80 Wood Road, Suite 302, Camarillo805-419-9197, parkway.business Sierra Managed Accounting Services2112 Eastman Avenue, Suite …

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Etienne L. Williams 1939-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

HUBBARD – Ethelene L. Williams, 82, died on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at Sharon Regional Medical Center. Ethelene was born April 13, 1939 in Newton Falls, daughter of Harold and Helen Lawrence Sheldon. She graduated in 1957 from Newton Falls High School. Ethelene was an administrative assistant for Pete Ashby …

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Tips for a Safe Landscape Lighting Installation

Good contractors always have the best interests of their clients in mind and follow all the rules based on their state or province and local code requirements. When a contractor secures the facility, he is protecting himself and his customers. Here are some tips to protect your team. Call before …

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Financial Preparedness Key for Families – Fort Carson Mountaineer

By Scott Prater Mountaineer staff FORT CARSON, Colorado – Unforeseen emergencies often seem to happen at the most inopportune times – the furnace goes out on the first cold night of fall; the family car broke down shortly after a soldier left town on deployment. Perhaps a soldier new to …

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Extended appliance warranty: is it worth it?

Buy a new device comes with a mixture of emotions. There is the excitement of owning a brand new device, the desire to use it, as well as the fear that the device will not last long. Now, this is where an extended warranty for household appliances comes in. But …

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ine Kerr: Reignite 2.5 – The messy environment

Visit the main Reignite webpage here Brené Brown calls it Day 2. Scott Belsky calls it The Messy Middle. Both talk about the intermediate kilometers between the start line and the finish line of a long arduous marathon, the difficult sites where there is often no turning back and where …

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New Zealand’s biggest fire trucks continue to break down and no new ones are on order

Fire trucks lined up in Auckland’s CBD as crews work on the NZ International Convention Center blaze in October 2019. Photo / RNZ By Phil Pennington of RNZ Almost two years after the SkyCity convention center fire, the nation’s biggest fire trucks keep breaking down and no new ones have …

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D&G makes household appliance destocking more ethical

D + G is joining forces with the Reuse charity to facilitate the donation of their used household appliances. 49% of consumers prefer to buy new household appliances A recent survey from Domestic and General found that nearly 50% of consumers (49%) would still prefer to buy new appliances when …

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The center of Hurricane Henri is now moving towards Western Mass. Sunday night

Hurricane Henri is expected to pass through the eastern tip of Long Island and make landfall on the Connecticut coast on Sunday afternoon or early evening as a strong tropical storm or weak hurricane, the National said on Saturday. Weather Service. The Federal Emergency Management Agency said the resulting storm …

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You do not own the digital movies you purchase from Amazon Prime. here’s why

This problem goes so much deeper than the movies on Amazon Prime. The New York Times reported in 2009 that Amazon’s Kindle stores had removed certain editions of George Orwell’s books – “1984”, “Animal Farm” – from customers’ devices, ironically enough. (Amazon said the editions were offered for sale by …

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