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  • Construction notices

    W-bound lane of Newport >< Awbrey Rd and 9th, closed for paving. Flaggers, detours 7a-4p (9/17)
    Utility work in the alley-ways around Broadway, Congress and Louisiana. 7a-4p (9/15-19)
    Murphy Road closed from 3rd Street to Parrell; Detour to Badger Road (> 9/19)
    Reed Market Road will be reduced to one lane EASTBOUND ONLY for the duration of the Project...West Bound Lane will be detoured from 9th Street to 3rd Street  (8/31/15)

 

 

Business
  • Sears One Foot in the Grave?

    Sears bid to sell their Canadian operations for $750 million has failed and that is bad news for the declining icon.  The funds for the sale was hoped to be a near-term cash infusion for the company.  The corporate parent of Sears and Kmart was forced last week to take out a $400 million loan as it prepares for the crucial holiday shopping season. (New York Post)

    More than 20% of Americans laid off in the past five years are still unemployed, and one in four who found work is in a temporary job. Despite the sharp drop in long-term unemployment recently, many people out of work at least six months are struggling to recoup their former wages and lifestyles. Those idled for years face an even tougher road back to employment. (USA Today)

    United Airlines says it will offer flight attendants up to $100,000 in severance if they leave the company.

    The lump-sum payments will be offered in order of seniority to some of United's 23,000 flight attendants. United says the early-outs will help it match staffing to its flight schedule and produce a labor contract with the union. (Associated Press)

    Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world's largest beer maker by volume, is reported to be preparing to buy SABMiller.  A merger between the two would create one company that controls nearly a third of the world's beer supply. Bud Light is the largest seller of beer in the world producing some 5.28 billion liters.  (Washington Post)
     

Sports
  • Oregon Drops In Coaches Poll After Close Win

    (Undated)  --  The Oregon Ducks are down one spot in the weekly college football Coaches Poll, after their 38-31 win at Washington State.  The Ducks are fourth in this week's poll, with Florida State, Alabama, and Oklahoma at one, two, and three, respectively.  Auburn rounds out the Top Five.  UCLA remains in tenth place, while Arizona State rose from 13th to 12th, Stanford moved from 15th to 14th, and USC fell from 21st to 22nd.

  • Seahawks Defeat Broncos In OT, 26-20

    (Seattle, WA)  --  The 12th Man is celebrating the Seattle Seahawks' thrilling, 26-20 overtime win over the Denver Broncos.  Russell Wilson engineered an 80-yard drive in the overtime period, capped off by Marshawn Lynch's six-yard touchdown run.  Denver sent the game into overtime as Peyton Manning led an 80-yard scoring drive of his own with less than a minute remaining in regulation.  The Seahawks have a bye week before visiting the Washington Redskins for a Monday night game on October 6th.
     

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