BOZEMAN, Mont., Dec. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- 2021, what a year. From personal to professional outcomes, 2021 + COVID have had significant, lasting, and in some cases, devasting effects on us all. Professionally, we've had to pivot to remote work. We've moved from water cooler conversation, to Slack and Teams. Meetings aren't in person anymore, now we're on Zoom and becoming experts at staging video backgrounds. Given all the challenges with supply chain, pandemic shopping, health and employee challenges, businesses have been dealt a rough hand. Despite all of the added complexities to daily life, there are a few industries that, frankly, have not only thrived, but excelled during the pandemic days and the time following.
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(The Center Square) – West Virginia’s highway system costs their taxpayers less money per mile than any other system in the country, but its road and bridge conditions fare poorly, according to a study released by the libertarian Reason Foundation.
NATCHITOCHES, La. - An 18-year-old Natchitoches man is behind bars after he allegedly stole a vehicle, then led State Police and Natchitoches deputies on pursuit before crashing on Louisiana Highway 117 south of Provencal on Tuesday morning.
One person is dead after a single vehicle crash in Bonneville County Saturday night.
A partial building collapse occurred at the corner of Fifth Street Southwest and South Federal Avenue in Mason City.
The Memorial Holiday Weekend kicks off the 100 deadliest days of summer.
UPDATE: All lanes of travel have opened.