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Picked up a book on surgical procedures

Only to find the appendix was missing.........................

Happy Parfait Day!

Celebrate Safely!

Why did Pirates 🏴‍☠️ take so long to learn the alphabet!

They got stuck at “C”..............................

Happy Sardines Day!

Celebrate 🎉 Safely!

What do you call a chair problem?

A “Sit-uation ”.....................................

Happy Espresso ☕️ Day!

Celebrate 🎉 Safely!

Heard about the fellow who has a speed bump phobia

I understand he is slowly getting over it..........................

Happy Cranberry Relish Day!

Celebrate 🎉 Safely!

Bankers Survey Projects Drop in Holiday Retail Sales

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — More than half of bankers surveyed in rural parts of 10 Plains and Western states are projecting a drop in holiday retail sales this year from last year as the coronavirus pandemic worsens across the country. The Rural Mainstreet Survey's overall index fell to 46.8 in November from October’s 53.2. It's the first time since April that the index has fallen, but it remains well ahead of the 35.5 reading in March, when the index bottomed out as the outbreak began. Any score below 50 suggests a shrinking economy, while a score above 50 suggests a growing economy. Bankers from Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming were surveyed.


https://www.kbia.org/post/bankers-survey-projects-drop-holiday-retail-sales?_ga=2.24911546.1235430519.1605993810-1558381833.1605993809#stream/0

Three Former Missouri City Officials Charged in Fraud Scheme

NEW MADRID, Mo. (AP) — Three former officials of a small southeast Missouri town are facing felony charges after a state audit found more than $115,000 in fraudulent purchases and payments. The investigation in Parma drew attention after records sought for the audit were destroyed in two suspicious fires. Former Parma Mayor Tyus Byrd, former city clerk Helen Jean Frye, and David Thatch, a former water supervisor, were charged this week. State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced in July that her office had uncovered the fraudulent activity during the four years Byrd served as mayor in the town of about 700 people. She lost her bid for reelection in April 2019.

https://www.kbia.org/post/three-former-missouri-city-officials-charged-fraud-scheme
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