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Two-time Olympian joins RehabWorks’ Sports Performance Team

Two-time Olympian Amy Rudolph has joined RehabWorks of Auburn as a sports performance specialist.

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Friday 10/02/2015
Judge rules in favor of VictoryLand

Says Macon County voters understood meaning of bingo, state still ‘cherry-picking’ bingo law

Saturday 09/19/2015
Minimum wage for federal contractors to increase in 2016

On February 14, 2014, President Obama issued an executive order requiring certain federal contractors and subcontractors to pay an increased hourly minimum wage as mandated by the secretary of labor, who was also to determine increases to the wage rate on an annual basis.

Mary Kay directors open training facility in Opelika

Three Opelika-Auburn area Mary Kay directors recently launched a business training center, known as the “Pink Caddy Shack,” to serve as meeting place, event center and office away from home for local independent consultants.

New ad agency opens in Auburn

Stokes, McNutt & Partners off to a fast start

Sonic Tools brings European firm to American market

New subsidiary headquartered in Auburn

Sunday 09/06/2015
Auburn University grad garners national attention with Gameday Leggings

To say that Auburn University alumna Tricia Dimon is an Auburn super fan is an understatement.

Saturday 08/15/2015
Eden: The Old Short Blond Girl Wins

Heartland Employment Services LLC in Missouri employed Cynthia Thomas as an account liaison from May 2010 until she was terminated on June 24, 2011, at age 53. Thomas challenged the decision alleging an age-based animus (state of mind), against a hospice administrator for Heartland.

McKinney: Replacing your Social Security card? Know before you go

Keeping your Social Security number card in a safe place is vital to protecting you against identity theft. Never keep it in your purse or wallet — this is the most common way people lose their card. No matter how hard you try to keep track of your important documents, sometimes they get lost or even stolen.

Tuesday 08/04/2015
Auburn University formalizes collaboration agreement with Korean automotive industry

Auburn University President Jay Gogue has signed a memorandum of understanding with Youngsoo Lee, president of The Korea Institute of Technology, or KITECH, to formalize the joint research efforts of Auburn’s faculty and labs with local companies supported by KITECH.