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Consolidating Accounts Can Lead to Clear Financial Strategy

By Gwen Hodges None of us can completely control all the things that happen to us. Yet, when it comes to achieving your long-term financial goals, including a comfortable retirement, you do have a great deal of power – as long as you follow a clear, well-defined financial strategy. And one way to help build […]

Red Ribbon cutting: Textiles

By Joyce Ervin Textiles, a fabric shop, celebrated their opening at 20 East Main Street with a Red Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Owners Donna Bloxam and Jacqui Macfarlane will continue to add fabrics, such as fleece and flannel and of course all holiday-themed fabrics to the already extensive selections in stock.  Sewing notions are also available.  […]

Red Ribbon cutting: Little Caesar’s

By Joyce Ervin A Red Ribbon Cutting Ceremony took place to welcome the opening of a Little Caesars Pizza Pizza place near the Kroger Co. in the mall on W. Main Street.  Lots of excitement beside the cutting of the ribbon took place. Owners, Sheena Plocharczyk and her father, Earl E. Gunnels, entertained guests, city […]

Take Steps to Boost Your Retirement Security

By Gwen Hodges To raise awareness about the importance of saving for retirement, Congress has dedicated Oct. 21-27 as National Retirement Security Week. And the evidence shows that increasing this awareness is indeed important. Consider this: Some 50 percent of households are considered at risk of not having enough money to maintain their living standards […]

Financial Tips for Alzheimer’s Caregivers

By Gwen Hodges If you are, or will be, a caregiver for elderly parents or another close family member living with Alzheimer’s disease, you may experience some emotional stress – but you also need to be aware of the financial issues involved and what actions you can take to help address them. You will find […]

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