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DALLAS — Robert Jordan will inherit a long list of challenges when he becomes the sixth CEO of Southwest Airlines, which is struggling to recover from a pandemic that battered its finances and left it a much smaller company.

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The Belton City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to approve an interagency contract with the University of North Texas at Dallas for the creation of a regional law enforcement peer network — a program Belton Police Chief Gene Ellis believes will help his and other agencies’ personnel process “criti…

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As the raging omicron variant of COVID-19 infects workers across the nation, millions of those whose jobs don’t provide paid sick days are having to choose between their health and their paycheck.

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For local auto dealerships, sparsely populated sales lots have become a common site in recent months.

These lots, formerly filled with rows of new and used vehicles, now barely have time to park a car before it is sold and driven off the lot.

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Global supply chain issues have been like a force of nature for local farmers this year — unpredictable and costly.

For farmer Aaron Martinka, who works many farms in Central Texas, having to deal with the whims of the market and make do where possible has been the challenge this year.

Temple-based McLane Co. Inc. is offering new perks for its retail customers.

The supply chain service company recently launched JAVAPERKS, a new foodservice-at-retail program that offers customers a premium coffee and tea solution.