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LIBERTY — Clean Laundry opened earlier this month at 862 S. Missouri Highway 291 in the Liberty Corners Shopping Center. This is the first Clean Laundry store in Missouri and the 11th store nationwide.

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KANSAS CITY NORTH — Northland Education and Business Alliance discussed everything from better communications with parents to surging careers in developing technologies during their November meeting.

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The Missouri Department of Economic Development announced the unemployment rate in Missouri remained low and unchanged during the month of October.

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LIBERTY — Debra Doering at FastKick Martial Arts and Fitness Center does a little bit of everything at the business. She teaches children 3 to 6 years of age, handles website design and manages the center’s Facebook page.

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LIBERTY — Steve Meirowsky has entered his 51st year at Whiteside Jewelry, 16 E. Franklin St. At the end of October, the jewelry store with more than 100 years of staying power in downtown Liberty hosted a celebration marking the current owner’s 50 years.

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KEARNEY — With a passion for the hotel business and an appreciation for Kearney, the Patel family welcomes visitors to the city they have called home for nearly a decade with their new hotel, Holiday Inn Express, located in the Shoppes at Kearney development off Watson Drive and near Interstate 35.

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CLAY COUNTY — If Northlanders bank at KCB Bank, last week the name changed to Academy Bank.

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“I don’t think so,” Sigler answered. “This is not what I was in business for, I owned two international health care companies, but I’ve always loved animals. It doesn’t surprise me.”

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Amy Asleson of Liberty, administrative assistant for Modern Woodmen of America, has completed a four-day educational program at the organization’s home office in Rock Island, Illinois.

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Progress at the Smithville Marketplace is moving quickly as the slated Taco Bell already has walls. The turn lane to the marketplace also is complete, the entry is almost finished and traffic lights will be added shortly.

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LIBERTY — Anna Alessi is an encourager. She is also a motivator and is days from seeing one of her longtime dreams become a reality as her business, Cycle of Heart, opens.

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As United Auto Workers Union members in the Local 31 at the GM Fairfax Assembly plant in Kansas continue to make regional headlines for entering their fifth week of a strike, those out of work, including families across the Northland are feeling the pinch of going without a full paycheck for…

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KEARNEY — While Lyle Updike’s barn at the home of his business, Updike BBQ & Catering, has been known to some in the past as a small, enclosed event space with tables, chairs and fireplace on Missouri Highway C, the space has been expanded and transformed into a full event space complete…

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LIBERTY — While more common on the west coast and in larger cities like Dallas and Las Vegas, an intravenous nutrition service has made a home in Liberty.

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CLAY COUNTY — Low-interest federal disaster loans are now available to certain private nonprofit organizations in Clay County following the amendment to President Donald Trump’s July 29 major disaster declaration for Public Assistance as a result of severe storms, tornadoes and flooding that…

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SMITHVILLE — While she lived in St. Joseph and worked as a dental assistant while attending college and an accredited hygienist program, Ambrie Hitch began working in Smithville immediately after her schooling.