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It's happening more and more — you'll have to show proof of vaccination to enter an event or to travel. There's that flimsy paper card. And then there's the digital realm. What's the best option?
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After 16 years in office, the German chancellor is stepping down. Early results show a razor-thin margin in what is expected to be one of the closest outcomes in years.
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Chris Nickell is the COO of Highlander Renewables, a company in the renewable energy industry. Nickell also competes in highland games and owns several buildings in downtown Springfield. He spoke with Community Voices about his career and traveling to Scotland to participate in highland games.
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For years Texas tried to lure businesses to locate there from other states. Now, Chicago is using a new Texas abortion ban and other social issues to recruit businesses from the Lone Star state.
Sunday's federal election will determine who will follow Merkel, who has served as Germany's chancellor for 16 years. The country's next government is expected to be a coalition of three parties.
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Over the last decade, singer-songwriter Mickey Guyton has been trying to convince the country music industry that she is country. NPR's Noel King talks her about the highs and lows she's experienced.
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