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Umpqua Bank will be closing its Willow Creek and Henderson Center branches in early 2018 because of reduced customer visits and an increased focus on digital banking services, according to Umpqua spokeswoman Eve Callahan.

are tracking closely how our customers choose to bank with us, Callahan said. as you probably noticed across basically every retail industry, customers are voting with their feet and people are doing less of their shopping and banking at brick and mortar locations. Willow Creek branch is set to close Jan. 18. The Henderson Center branch is set to close March 1.

A total of 30 of the company 300 branches across California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and Idaho will be closed and consolidated into the remaining branches, Callahan said.

The closures will result in a reduction in the number of employees, but Callahan said they will work to either transfer employees to new locations or help them find new jobs. About 250 job openings are currently available at other Umpqua branches. Callahan did not provide figures of how many local employees would be affected by the closures when asked.

work with associates that are affected during times of change like this, Callahan said. work closely with them to find another opportunity. If not in Umpqua or put them in connection with others in the community that are hiring. the closure of the Henderson Center location will mean some Eureka account holders may have to drive a little farther into town, the next closest location from Willow Creek is Arcata.

The Pizza Factory in Willow Creek is one of several businesses in the area that uses Umpqua Bank. The restaurant General Manager Randi Kotera said they are switching to the remaining bank in the community, Coast Central Credit Union,
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love Umpqua. I brought everyone of my employees to their bank, Kotera said Wednesday. have such great customer service. said most of her employees are in their early 20s and rarely go into the branch. She said they instead use online banking services to deposit checks or check their balances. As for herself, Kotera commutes to work from Arcata, which has an Umpqua branch. The only issue Kotera can see with the closure of the Willow Creek branch is if the ATM is also closed.

Callahan said she was still working by Wednesday evening to find out whether ATM service would still be available.

Recognizing that Willow Creek is in a remote area, Callahan said the company plans to have a banker in the area who will either be set up at a new location in the community or be a mobile banker that visits customers.

also believe that there is an important role for personal relationships in moments where money and life intersect, Callahan said.

seems like more and more people are moving away, Duggan said Wednesday. does that do to the community? It just makes it weaker. said that the company is currently running a pilot program out of Portland, Oregon, that seeks to bridge the gap between mobile banking and personal banking. Using a web based smartphone app, customers are able to connect with a personal banker without having to step inside of a brick and mortar location, she said.
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Auburn Greens’ on site management closed its window as KCRA 3 pulled into the parking lot and subsequently posted a sign saying the office was closed. A phone call to the office was not returned.

Placer County residents living in Auburn Greens say this new HOA policy is unfair and puts their belongings at risk of being stolen. On site manager closed the door as we pulled up, and the management company hasn’t returned our messages. Story at 5. A phone call and email to the district manager was not returned.

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The biological mother of a young woman who police said developed a sexual relationship with her biological father, has a warning for parents of adopted children.

She said that if their child wants to reunite with their biological parents, they should be in therapy when they reunite because the feelings that come up during the reunion can get confused with something else.

North Carolina investigators arrested the couple, and both face charges related to incest and will be extradited back to Henrico where they allegedly first developed a sexual relationship.

“It’s a Class 5 felony if that occurs in Virginia and that means you can get up to 10 years in prison,” Stone said about the charges.

Steven Pladl’s ex wife said she was 17 and he was 22 when they had Katie and gave her up for adoption.

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She believes her ex husband brainwashed and manipulated Katie.

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Stone said the judge who hears the case will have some tough choices to make.

“A judge will have an opportunity to decide whether this statue makes this conduct illegal because of moral and religious ideas or science and increased chance of birth defects,” Stone said. “What should the penalty really be for people who are both adults and consenting to a sexual relationship even though it’s illegal in Virginia and most other places?”

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Everett Hindley has announced he will be seeking the Saskatchewan Party nomination in the Swift Current constituency.

After nearly two decades of being involved in politics behind the scenes, Everett Hindley has announced he will be seeking the Saskatchewan Party nomination in the Swift Current constituency.

Hindley served as a Constituency Assistant for the then newly elected Brad Wall from 1999 to 2006. When Wall ascended to the leader of the Saskatchewan Party in 2006 and then the Premier’s job in 2007, Hindley took on the duties of Executive Assistant to the Leader/Premier.

He joins Derek Robinson as the two declared candidates running for the Swift Current Constituency nomination which will be decided at a December 11 nomination meeting.

Hindley feels that his duties in managing Wall’s local MLA office, and experience with provincial and national issues over the past 18 years, would make him a good representative for the community.

“I’ve had a chance to listen to and raise concerns on behalf of individuals who have had some questions or ideas about provincial government programs. So I believe I can continue to be an effective voice for you, representing your interest in Regina and across the province,” he told a capacity audience at a luncheon announcement at the Modern Family Restaurant on Monday, October 2.

Hindley moved to Swift Current in 1996, and he worked in local radio for three and a half years following his graduation from the Western Academy Broadcast College in Saskatoon. He moved into the political arena when he was approached by Wall who was looking for an individual to manage his constituency office.

“Politics is something that I had always been interested in and I thought about it and decided I was going to make the jump and ironically enough about 18 years ago, October of 1999, I started working at the MLA office in Swift Current for Brad (Wall).”

“It was such a rewarding experience, a chance to meet people in the office, and then around the province, and then also around the country and indeed across the world too. And I think that’s why I’m excited about this opportunity.”

“I’ve had a chance to meet a lot of people in Swift Current. I’ve made a lot of connections over the years, and I think that helps to bring some experience to the table. I think I got a sense of what’s important to the people of Swift Current, and what the issues and the concerns are in this community.”

Hindley feels he is plugged into the community because of the diversity of his duties over the years.

“I’ve had the chance to work closely with locally elected leaders of City Council, the School Division, and health region, as well as various non government and community based organizations. We’ve seen important highways investments, a brand new long term healthcare facility, new joint use schools, and more group homes for the disabled. I believe I can be an effective voice for the people of Swift Current going forward.”

“In the 18 years that I’ve worked for the provincial government in one capacity or another, I’ve had a chance to talk to and meet people from all different walks of life. And I think that’s one of the most satisfying parts of the job.”

“I think that’s why a person should want to run for public office, so that they can serve those people who have put their trust in them and have chosen to elect them.”

He added that the province and the City of Swift Current both have a bright future.

“There’s just so much for us to look forward to, there just truly is. Is there more work to do? Sure there is. Are there difficult choices to be made? There definitely will be. But there’s been a lot of investment in our community in recent years, and I just think there’s so much potential for our City going forward.”

He saluted Wall, who will be stepping away from provincial politics in the new year, for his successes over the years.

“Swift Current has been well served by an outstanding MLA for the last 18 years, and I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank Brad Wall for everything he’s done for Swift Current and for our province. But it’s also time for renewal, a time for fresh ideas.”

“That’s the momentum that we built together as a team, and it’s that momentum that we need to continue to carry forward. I believe I’ve got that ability to do that for you, to maintain and build upon that momentum that we’ve worked so hard for over the years.”
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The Congressional Budget Office estimates employers are likely to withhold $10 billion to $15 billion less from workers every month as a result of those tables.

To give you a ballpark idea of how the tax cuts might translate into higher take home pay, CNNMoney asked payroll service provider ADP to make estimates for two types of filers who get paid every two weeks: a single filer taking one withholding allowance and contributing 5% of his paycheck to a 401(k); and a married joint filer taking two allowances and also socking away 5% in a 401(k).

Among single filers grossing between $46,000 and $162,000, their bi weekly paychecks could go up by between $40 and $190 relative to last year.

For instance, someone making $57,000 may see roughly $60 more per paycheck. If she grosses $162,000, her take home pay could rise by $190.

Married workers making between $51,000 and $167,000 might see anywhere from $30 to $172 more per paycheck.

So, for example, a joint filer making $61,000 might see an extra $40 every two weeks. If he grosses $114,000, his net pay could rise by $115 every two weeks.

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What bump, if any, you see in your paycheck will depend on a lot of factors beyond your salary and how many allowances you take. And those other factors could undercut any increase in pay that you would otherwise see from the federal tax cuts.

For instance, if your state or local income taxes have gone up or if your health benefits or other benefits deductions changed for 2018, that could curb how much extra take home pay you get.

“For lots of folks, the tax cuts are lost in a sea of other deduction changes, which also happen January 1,” said Pete Isberg, ADP vice president for government relations.

Whether or not your take home pay goes up noticeably this month, you should review your withholding allowances.

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At the event, people seemed to have just as many reasons for dropping off their pills.

Some people expressed concern for their children and pets as one reason to get the expired and unused medications out of the house, while others expressed concern for the environment in ensuring pills are properly disposed.

One woman hopes her reason will be an eye opener: her daughter tried to overdose on over the counter medications.

The woman, who did not want to be named to protect her daughter privacy, said the same thing could happen to anyone.

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Memorial University (MUN) pharmacy student Emily Barry also said the event is an opportunity to get people thinking about how they store and dispose of medications at home.

really good example would be the fentanyl patches, she said. people dispose of those just in their garbage. A kid might find them, and they sticky, so they look like a sticker. So, they might stick them on, and then that could actually lead to fentanyl overdose, and that could cause death in small children, so that one extreme example. But very important. may be an extreme example, but it something that does happen.

MUN School of Pharmacy interim dean Lisa Bishop described a similar event.

one situation where a family member, their mom passed away. Her son had all the medications from the mom, and he hurt his shoulder. So, he found a patch that she had used for pain, and put on the patch which was a fentanyl patch went to bed hoping that would take the pain away from his shoulder, and he never woke up the next morning because he overdosed on the fentanyl, just not knowing any better.

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The School of Pharmacy also used the Public Pill Drop event to discuss other issues related to prescription drug use in the province.

Debbie Kelly is a professor and director of the Medication Therapy Services Clinic at MUN.

She said the clinic operates like a doctor office, but they are able to fill some gaps in health care services. For example, people can come to the clinic if they concerned about the number of medications they are prescribed; the clinic may be able to up the list and see if everything is still warranted.

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The motivations for raising chickens are as diverse as the shelters that house our feathered friends. Whether in lieu of the repeated failures of the food industry to provide safe and humane animal products or as an educational exercise to foster environmental connectivity and responsibility for children, food is still the most obvious reason to keep chickens. Some small flock owners see their birds as pets and find it too difficult to eat them, while others admittedly have no problem with savoring a respectfully raised healthy bird. Either way, there is simply no comparison between a caged industrial bird bland egg and that of a well tended backyard chicken, attentively raised and allowed to forage on insects and foliage, giving the yolk a radiant glow. Urban chickens often have their diet supplemented with garden or table scraps, which they readily break down into black gold, that is, droppings. The droppings can be easily collected from beneath the roosts, where the chickens sleep, and quickly composted for use as fertilizer. The bottom line is the owners enjoy their flocks for the amusing bird behaviors, the spectacular array of colors, combs, and feather patterns, and in some cases, nostalgia stemming from childhood memories on the farm.

Don miss this once a year Parade of Combs. Tickets will be available the day of the tour in exchange for a non perishable food or cash donation to benefit Raleigh Urban Ministries. Tickets will be available at the following locations:

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CupAJoe (2109 142 Avent Ferry Road, in the lower level of Mission Valley Shopping Center)

Whole Foods Market (3540 Wade Avenue, in the Ridgewood Shopping Center)

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