• Should I Outsource My Accounting?

    Should I Outsource My Accounting?So here’s the skinny on outsourcing the accounting function based on my observations over several years serving nonprofits and small to mid-size businesses. If you’re a small nonprofit or business (maybe less than $300,000 in annual revenue) with a relatively simple…

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  • Anderson goes to the NFL via Shaun Ellis

    MeShaunda “Shaun” Pizarrur Ellis was born June 24, 1977 in Anderson. Ellis attended Westside High School in Anderson and then went on to play college football at the University of Tennessee. Ellis was drafted by the New York Jets in the first round (12th overall)…

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  • Drunken Dogs Will Make You Howl at The Moon

    By Lisa Marie Carter My mom used to make these when she entertained and I’ve always enjoyed them. My husband can’t get enough of the mini dogs made this way. We make them almost every weekend during football season and often during the off season.…

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  • October and Breast Cancer Awareness go Hand In Hand

    October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), is an annual international health campaign organized by major breast cancer charities every October to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. The campaign also…

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  • A Clean Home Sells Well – DIY Cleaners

    Everything you read tells you to give your home a thorough cleaning prior to selling but nobody wants their home smelling like a combination of commercial cleaning products. Try these DIY products for cleaning your home, even if you don’t plan to sell. Go green…

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  • The Small Business of the Year Award

    The Small Business of the Year Award presented by the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce was given to The Kitchen Emporium this year. However, there was some tough competition. Congratulations to all of those nominated. Cox, Cauley & Richardson For nearly thirty years, Cox, Cauley…

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  • Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce Graduates Class XXXII of Leadership Anderson

    The Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce and the Leadership Anderson Board of Regents are proud to announce the graduation of Leadership Anderson Class XXXII which was held on June 16. Eighteen class members received their graduation certificates to join over 700 other community leaders in…

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  • Saving on Back to School Shopping

    Shopping for clothes and school supplies is just around the corner! Check out websites such as Southernsavers.com, ConsumerQueen.com, Couponcravings.com and Addictedtosaving.com where they do the leg work on the sales, what coupons are available and how to get prices available. It’s not only great for…

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  • Questions to Ask BEFORE Going Under the Knife

    By Lisa Marie Carter Millions of people are opting for cosmetic surgery. Before you go under the knife, ask yourself these questions. Do the positive possible medical advantages exceed the possible complications? As with any procedure there is a potential for serious complications. Have you…

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