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American Rice Growers $5.5 mil expansion ~ Meeting the first crop harvest just ...
He originally worked for American Rice, Inc. in Houston (a marketing co-op) for seven years and then interviewed in Raywood at American Rice Growers.
America's Strategy Deficit
Something is going on here. On Tuesday retired Gen. James Mattis, former head of U.S. Central Command (2010-13) told the Senate Armed Services Committee of his unhappiness at the current conduct of U.S. foreign policy. He said the U.S. is not �adapting ...
Rice futures gain most in 2 weeks
There's also speculation that US grain priced below South American supplies will draw interest as Iraq seeks imports, according to Shawn Hackett, the president of Hackett Financial Advisors, Inc. in Boynton Beach, Florida. Prices rebounded from a four ...
US lawmakers seek to end restrictions on travel to Cuba
Although Republicans are generally more resistant to the changes in Cuba policy backed by Obama, a Democrat, lawmakers from farming states generally favor moves that could lead to more open Cuban markets for U.S. rice, wheat and poultry. Moran is ...
Decorating behind the scenes for the Rose Parade
Stephenson, who works as the distribution and logistics manager at Hydro-Photon Inc. (makers of the water sterilization tool SteriPEN) in Blue Hill, spent the week after Christmas working with friends and family as part of a team helping to decorate a ...
Oil Still Falling, Markets Up
North American markets are still gaining from the halo effect of last year's job number, buoyed by rising consumer confidence as well as a recent Labor Department report that puts new applications for unemployment benefits at a 15 year low.
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15-CV-0027 - Ohio Council 8, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, Worthington, and Local 1780, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, Worthington, v. Kenneth E. Oster, 2205 ...
An enriching journey into 'Virgin Territory'
American consumers spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year on extra-virgin olive oil alone, and we're generally on the same page about the notion that it's a healthful fat.
How the US and India Can Strengthen Their Business Ties
Almost immediately, then Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice showed up in Delhi to take the agreement to �the next stage.
Kennett native selected as co-counsel in Syngenta lawsuits
The attorneys' law firms also played a major role in a 2011, $750 million settlement on behalf of U.S. rice farmers who similarly suffered financially, due to genetically modified rice seed. The case filed in U.S. District Court, Eastern District of ...