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  • Everett paper mill shuts down after 81 years

    Everett paper mill shuts down after 81 years
    TheKimberly-Clarkpulp mill in Everett first opened in 1931 as the Puget Sound Pulp and Timber Company. On Sunday, it shut its doors for the final time After a failed attempt to sell the mill,Kimberly-Clarkannounced in December that it would close the...
  • Kimberly-Clark says it is closing Everett paper mill; 750 to lose jobs

    Kimberly-Clark says it is closing Everett paper mill; 750 to lose jobs
    Kimberly-Clark Corp.  announced Thursday it has failed to sell its paper mill in Everett and will be shutting it down, throwing about 750 employees out of work soon. Nearly 90 percent of the workers will lose their jobs by New Year’s Day, and only...
  • Quintessential Chicago ad man has evolved with the industry, rising to the occasion

    Quintessential Chicago ad man has evolved with the industry, rising to the occasion
    During four decades as a quintessential Chicago ad man, Ron Bess has steered campaigns for clients from McDonald's to Gatorade while climbing the ranks at some of the city's most prominent agencies. Bess, a natural pitchman, well-schooled leader and...
  • Germiest place in America? The gas pump

    Germiest place in America? The gas pump
     Warning: This story might make your skin crawl. A new study has found that the gas pump is the germiest, filthiest thing we touch in everyday life. That's according to Dr. Charles Gerba of the University of Arizona -- and he should know. A...
  • Gas Pumps, ATM Buttons Among Most Dirty Surfaces

    Gas Pumps, ATM Buttons Among Most Dirty Surfaces
    Just in time for flu season, a new study carried out in six major U.S. cities found that the filthiest surface is at the gas pump. Hygiene company Kimberly-Clark trained researchers to swab frequently touched surfaces in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Los...
  • Youth's Benefit Elementary receives $25K from box top fundraising

    Students at Youth's Benefit Elementary School in Fallston received a big surprise Thursday morning when they learned their school was the grand prize winner of $25,000 in the Scott Shared Values Box Tops for Education Sweepstakes. Scott Brand and...
  • The day ahead in business

    The day ahead in business
    Reports: No reports scheduled Local earnings: Amcol International, W.W. Grainger Other earnings: Bristol Myers Squibb, Kimberly-Clark, Honeywell International, Proctor& Gamble, Samsung Electronics, Xerox
  • City says 'flushable' wipes clog sewer system

    City says 'flushable' wipes clog sewer system
    They claim to go right down the drain ... but more cities across the country urge people not to flush "flushable wipes." Some people say they have no problem with the wipes. Others say they've led to calling the plumber. We followed up today with the...
  • Port sales force makes pitch to attract, retain customers

    Port sales force makes pitch to attract, retain customers
    The sales force for the port of Baltimore travels the country and the world, looking for business. It could be farm equipment manufactured in the Midwest on its way to Australia or furniture coming from South America or Alabama-built Hondas headed for...
  • Enrique's Journey | Chapter Four: Inspired by Faith, the Poor Rush Forth to Offer Food

    Enrique's Journey | Chapter Four: Inspired by Faith, the Poor Rush Forth to Offer Food
    From the top of his rolling freight car, Enrique sees a figure of Christ. In the fields of Veracruz state, among farmers and their donkeys piled with sugar cane, rises a mountain. It towers over the train he is riding. At the summit stands a statue of...
  • Capítulo Cuatro: La Fe Lleva a los Pobres a Correr Para Regalar Comida

    Desde lo alto del vagón de carga en marcha, Enrique ve la figura de Cristo. En los campos del estado de Veracruz, entre campesinos y burros cargados con caña de azúcar, se alza imponente un cerro. En la cima se yergue una estatua de Jesús. Tiene 60 pies...