Digital technology is the future of work

DIGITAL dexterity, which is the ability to use technology for better business outcomes, is essential to achieve success in the future of work. In the recent virtual conference, “Reborn: Leadership and Innovation in the Future,” which gathered together professionals and business owners who want a career reboot, industry leaders shared their insights and best practices … Read more

STEM kit to benefit WHS science classes News

Woodward High School Science Teacher David Reisdorph received a STEM education kit on Friday, April 22. The kit was delivered by NextEra Energy Project Manager Bryce Kuhn, former State Rep. Mike Sanders and current State Rep. Carl Newton. NextEra Energy Resources is the world’s largest generator of renewable energy from the wind and the sun. … Read more

Coroner’s internship program helps Albany State students launch careers in forensic science | News

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Innovator: 20Fathoms and Eric Roberts at hub of technology wheel |

TRAVERSE CITY – Eric Roberts, executive director of 20Fathoms in Traverse City, often works remotely from his home. So does his wife, Christine Roberts, though the company she works for, Poly, Inc., is a little bit farther west – California, to be exact. Is working remotely a growing trend in the business world? “I sure … Read more

Technology: Traverse City flexes its remote muscle |

TRAVERSE CITY – When the future came knocking for workers to stay home and ply their trade remotely, Traverse City was one of the first to open its doors and dust off its welcome mat. But then again, it always has. A 2021 report by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) said fostering a remote … Read more

Tyler ISD’s Career and Technology Center opens free business attire closet for students | News

With help from the community, students at Tyler ISD’s Career and Technology Center can now benefit from a professional closet with all sorts of free business attire for them to keep. The closet originally opened up before the COVID-19 pandemic, but with the help of local businesses, employees from the district and donors, the closet … Read more

Percussion team has Goshen roots | entertainment

For former Northridge student and Goshen native Tristan Swihart, music is “special.” “Music is one of those rare things that can really unite people of all sorts of backgrounds,” Swihart said. “Ultimately, I love performing music that I myself enjoy listening to, and to be able to share it with others is really special.” His … Read more

Percussion team has Elkhart County roots | entertainment

For former Northridge student Tristan Swihart, music is “special.” “Music is one of those rare things that can really unite people of all sorts of backgrounds,” Swihart said. “Ultimately, I love performing music that I myself enjoy listening to, and to be able to share it with others is really special.” His musical partner, Micah … Read more

Business Newsmakers Business | dailyitem.com

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has named Eric High as the executive district for Engineering District 3. As a district executive, he will direct a team of nearly 1,000 PennDOT employees who are responsible for the maintenance, design, and construction of over 4,500 miles of state-owned roadway and over 2,900 state-owned bridges in Bradford, Columbia, … Read more

Family owns business for 6 generations, hopes for another | News

Silver Bros. has been in Hoopeston since nearly the beginning of Hoopeston, building businesses and other items for the city. Dan Silver, great-grandson of William Silver, said they do some residential work, but mostly commercial and light industrial work. William Silver arrived in Hoopeston in 1879 from Ohio after serving three years in the Civil … Read more