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Apr. 18—Soaring expenses for building materials and technology, and the needs of a new client, have caused a big increase in the expected cost of a new South Buffalo warehouse for Sonwil Distribution Center, prompting its leaders to ask for help in the form of tax breaks. Privately owned Sonwil plans to construct a second major warehouse at the Buffalo Lakeside Commerce Park, a decade after it ...

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Apr. 18—Clay Kuegel learned how to raise cattle at a young age. But until he and his father, Rod Kuegel, opened the family's meat processing business — Beef and Bacon — on April 1, the 29-year-old cattleman had no experience in butchering. "As far as actually cutting up (the beef), YouTube," said Clay Kuegel about where he learned to butcher and process beef and pork. "We watched 'Bearded ...

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Apr. 18—Minnesota FFA Convention The Minnesota FFA Convention will be held virtually April 19-23. The Convention App can be accessed on computers at crowd.cc/mnffa2021 or on mobile devices by downloading the Crowd Compass Attendee Hub App and searching Minnesota FFA. The app includes up-to-date convention information including schedules, workshops, sponsors, presentations and links to ...

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Apr. 17—DARIEN — A Beloit man is suing the company that owns the Birds Eye food processing plant in Darien because he says unsafe working conditions led to him getting COVID-19 and passing it to his wife, who died last May. Rigoberto Ruiz is seeking "fair and reasonable compensation for (the) wrongful death of Martha Amador De Ruiz" on May 5, 2020, as well as fees from the case and "whatever ...

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Apr. 16—New legislation from Assembly member Ed Chau, D-Monterey Park, could provide long-needed reform to one of the most widely abused ballot initiatives in the state's history. Assembly Bill 693 offers useful tweaks to a 1986 ballot initiative that was supposed to protect Californians from dangerous chemicals, but has done nothing of the sort. Proposition 65, which voters approved ...

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Hazel Technologies, una startup con sede en Chicago que creó un pequeño paquete para evitar que los plátanos y otros productos se vuelvan marrones prematuramente, está comenzando a producir mucho verde. La compañía , con seis años de antigüedad, anunció recientemente que recaudó $70 millones en una ronda de inversión completa, financiando ambiciones para convertir a Hazel en una potencia ...