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The Decorah Park-Rec Turkey Shoot will be held Tuesday - decorahnews.com

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The Decorah Park-Rec Turkey Shoot will be held Tuesday - decorahnews.com The Decorah Park-Rec Turkey Shoot will be held Tuesday - decorahnews.com Posted: 01 Nov 2020 12:00 AM PDT Posted: Sun, Nov 1, 2020 12:08 PM The 38th Annual Decorah Park-Rec. Turkey Shoot will be held in the DHS Main Gym from 6:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Tuesday. Face masks must be worn by all individuals upon entering the high school and at all times while inside the building.   In this free family event, a parent and child team up, combine their ages to determine their competition bracket, and each shoot 10 free throws in an attempt to win a certificate for a free turkey.   In addition, all teams are eligible for a prize drawing. Winning teams will be posted on the Park-Rec. website and Facebook by 5:00 pm on Wednesday. You are subscribed to email updates from "smallbusinessweb design" - Google News . To stop r

Kansan man's website takes 'farm to table' to new level - KWCH

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Kansan man's website takes 'farm to table' to new level - KWCH Kansan man's website takes 'farm to table' to new level - KWCH Posted: 27 Nov 2020 02:47 PM PST WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH) - The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way some Kansans are buying their food. This past spring, with meat shelves in grocery stores across the state space, one Kansas man created an easier way for shippers to get their food directly from the source. With the pandemic causing a broken supply chain and empty store shelves, Rick McNary had an idea to help. "So I hopped on and started a Facebook page, "Shop Kansas Farms," McNary said. It's a way to connect consumers with the producers in their area so they can buy directly from the source. "The beautiful thing for me was that the public started learning who their farmers and ranchers really were," McNary said. Within the first we

Google and Facebook to be scrutinized by new U.K. antitrust unit from next year - CNBC

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Google and Facebook to be scrutinized by new U.K. antitrust unit from next year - CNBC Google and Facebook to be scrutinized by new U.K. antitrust unit from next year - CNBC Posted: 26 Nov 2020 04:01 PM PST Mark Zuckerberg, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Facebook, arrives to testify during the House Financial Services hearing on An Examination of Facebook and Its Impact on the Financial Services and Housing Sectors on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019. Bill Clark | CQ-Roll Call, Inc. | Getty Images LONDON —   The U.K. on Friday said a new government unit will work to tackle ongoing concerns about a concentration of power among a small number of tech giants. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said it plans to create a Digital Markets Unit (DMU) to enforce "a new code to govern the behavior of platforms that currently dominate the market, such as Google and Facebook ." The code is designed t

Black Friday shoppers camped out outside GameStop stores for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X consoles - USA TODAY

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Black Friday shoppers camped out outside GameStop stores for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X consoles - USA TODAY Black Friday shoppers camped out outside GameStop stores for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X consoles - USA TODAY Posted: 27 Nov 2020 02:03 PM PST CLOSE The coronavirus pandemic is keeping crowds thin at malls and stores across the country on Black Friday, which is notorious for large crowds. (Nov. 27) AP Domestic Count Black Friday among the traditions upended this year by COVID-19.  In past years, the holiday shopping season kickoff was heralded by family and friends gathering to grab doorbusters in the cold. But this holiday season, Americans are generally shying away from shopping in groups and hunkering down online amid the global pandemic. More stores stayed closed on Thanksgiving than in recent years and opened early Friday. Old Navy had the earliest opening time with some stores opening a

Can you use Skype on Facebook Portal? No, here's what you can use - Business Insider - Business Insider

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Can you use Skype on Facebook Portal? No, here's what you can use - Business Insider - Business Insider Can you use Skype on Facebook Portal? No, here's what you can use - Business Insider - Business Insider Posted: 27 Nov 2020 04:17 AM PST You can't use Skype on any model of the Facebook Portal, but there are other social media and conferencing platforms that allow you to use a Portal. Portal supports several video-conferencing apps, including Zoom, although you still need a WhatsApp or Facebook account to use your Portal. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories . The Portal , furnished by Facebook , lives up to its name: With a smart camera and impressive speaker system, the tablet is uniquely designed to create a gateway between you and your loved ones. However, the Portal's impressive technology — including a camera that can track your movements and augmented reality feat

Online Business Ideas From 3 Top Entrepreneurs - Business 2 Community

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Online Business Ideas From 3 Top Entrepreneurs - Business 2 Community Online Business Ideas From 3 Top Entrepreneurs - Business 2 Community Posted: 18 Nov 2020 05:41 AM PST Photo by Brooke Lark on Unsplash Online businesses are a goldmine in today's economy. Many people desire to live a balanced life – a flexible job that allows you the freedom to do other things you love, family time, security, and financial independence. Online businesses promise to give all of these and more. If you are interested in taking charge of your life and playing according to your own rules, there is no better time than now to begin your online business. There is so much potential, and opportunity online for business growth like you have never seen before. The invention of the internet and smartphones now bring your potential clients and customers within reach. For many would-be entrepreneurs, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has shown how important

Italian startup Shampora raises €3 million to expand its platform for personalised beauty products - Tech.eu

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Italian startup Shampora raises €3 million to expand its platform for personalised beauty products - Tech.eu Italian startup Shampora raises €3 million to expand its platform for personalised beauty products - Tech.eu Posted: 24 Nov 2020 05:45 AM PST Shampora, an Italian company that allows users to create and buy customised personal care products online, has closed a €3 million funding round. CDP Venture Capital, the partners of Italian Angels for Growth, Finbeauty, Gisev Family Office and LVenture Group all participated. Founded in Rome in 2018, the company helps consumers create, produce and buy customised personal care products. On the startup's website you can take a quick questionnaire, around 30 specific questions about the customer's hair, skin, lifestyle, habits and needs. Shampora's proprietary algorithm analyses the data and creates a personalised list of ingredients, then sends information to a laboratory to make tail