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WASHINGTON — The number of wreaths that can be laid on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery might be limited this year because donors who paid the costs are now splitting their donations to help the tradition spread to other veterans cemeteries across the nation.
Giving back is a big focus of the holiday season. This year, because Thanksgiving fell a week late, Americans have five fewer days to give back and help charities earn much-needed funds that keep yearlong programming afloat. That could translate into shortfalls of millions of dollars for charities, so the stakes are high. Yet it can be difficult to decide which charity will do the most with the donations it receives – and how those donations can positively impact the donor come tax season.
(BPT) - Turbulent, fast-paced, chaotic – the modern world is increasingly hectic. From this oft-crazy environment, a new movement is emerging – where people are pausing to find deeper meaning in everyday life. Self-empowerment and true emotional connections can counterbalance daily stress and uncertainty, providing happiness and a genuine sense of worth.
(BPT) - The school year is in full swing, and shopping for pens, pencils and notebooks is already a memory. In addition to these traditional supplies, many of today’s students have another tool – often underutilized – to help them succeed the in classroom: their smartphones and tablets.
(BPT) - Do your employees feel personally connected to the organization they work for? Would they recommend your workplace to others? If the answer to any of those questions is “no,” you’re far from alone. Employee engagement is way down, so low that a recent study found that two-thirds of the U.S. workforce is not fully engaged.
(BPT) - If you own a small business, every dollar matters - especially when it comes to taxes. Whether your business is a partnership or corporation, Uncle Sam offers some sizeable deductions to lower your liability, allowing you to put those dollars toward capital and employees.
GATESVILLE — Coryell County has a high-energy, success-oriented, community-focused military wife — times three — serving on its economic development board.
SALADO — A Salado subcommittee is scheduled to meet later this month in the hopes of building a comprehensive master plan to drive economic development on the west side of Interstate 35.
The temperature Friday evening was in the 20s outside, but the warmth of fellowship inside and a common bond in the business world attracted more than 100 people to the annual Fort Hood Area Association of Realtors Christmas Gala at the Courtyard by Marriott in Killeen.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.