CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) – Thanks to the supply chain chaos caused by the pandemic, everything from Furnace Filters to Furbies, from light bulbs to Legos, may be running out this holiday season. Money and finance expert Matt Sapaula told Adrienne Bankert, host of “Morning in America,” that store owners (even online) all face the same …

John Braxton never gave Mindy Rhodes flowers when they were dating because “that’s her business,” he said. She designs floral arrangements for weddings and other events. Instead, Braxton gifted Rhodes with bags of dog food – his business. He and his brother Dave operate Braxton’s Animal Works, a pet supply business in Wayne. The pets …

MINOT, ND – Minot City Council addressed a variety of topics regarding business and infrastructure development at the October 4th meeting. The city’s Renaissance zone received its five-year extension. Board members heard a report on the success of the program so far, and recommendations for further development. The Souris Basin Planning Council is moving into …

Plans are progressing for the new Tractor Supply store on the West Rim. A company spokesperson has confirmed that the Summerdale Plaza Mall store in East Pennsboro Township is scheduled to open later this fall (fall began September 22 and ends December 21). The store is built on the site of the old Kmart store …

By Darla Shelden, Senior City Sentinel reporter STILLWATER – As the use of cancer treatments, MRIs and other veterinary technologies continues to improve, the availability of customer payment systems to help provide these services is still not widely available, according to a recent Oklahoma State University research. “Customers want more options,” said Courtney Bir, a …

ELKTON – When Wendee Constable was a student at Harrisonburg High School, she volunteered at a veterinary clinic across from the old high school. The officer walked on Tuesdays and Fridays and accompanied the veterinarian on home visits. During her volunteer days, she was introduced to the mastiff dog breed and fell in love. She …

The global economy is entering the last quarter of 2021 with a growing number of headwinds threatening to slow the recovery from the pandemic recession and prove that policymakers’ benevolent views on inflation are wrong. The spread of the Delta variant continues to disrupt schools and workplaces. US lawmakers are fighting over the debt ceiling …

Anyone who violates the order is liable to a fine of no more than $ 500 for each violation, or $ 500 per day for a continuing violation, the order says. “We’re just saying more or less just, ‘We don’t really want it in town,’” Starkey said. “Again, one of the fears was that if …

CHICAGO (CBS) – At an event on Saturday, PAWS Chicago offered free rabies and distemper vaccines to hundreds of pets, while COVID-19 vaccines were available to people. Back of the Yards pet owners lined up for the free vaccination clinic in the parking lot of William H. Seward Communication Arts Academy Elementary School, 4600 S. …

First it was toilet paper. Now it’s animal food. People who have adopted pandemic puppies and cats since the coronavirus first hit the United States now often struggle to find food for their furry friends. Part of the problem is that there are now more animals to feed, said Rob Halpin, spokesperson for MSPCA-Angell, who …