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At Ferrell-Whited Physical Therapy, more services and more specialty equipment provide an elevated level of healing

Epitomizing the best of being a locally owned business, Ferrell-Whited Physical Therapy Services is dedicated to giving patients the care they need to get back to doing what they love. The Ferrell-Whited name has been synonymous with physical therapy for three decades, as the expertly trained hands of the therapists elevate healing to another...

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MDG Flooring America isn’t just a family-owned business; it’s a premium, customer-service enclave where expertise and service thrive

Home builders want to work with reliable vendors who do the job right, says Scott Powers, a former contractor. “It’s pretty simple,” Scott explains. “You want things done right, at a reasonable price, and you don’t want to have service calls. So, the quality of installation is probably the most important thing you’re looking for as...

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Here’s why how you sell your home matters most

When the weather turns cooler, people who are on the fence about whether to put their home on the market often table the decision until the market picks up again in the spring. This year, however, is different. Howard Hanna real estate agent Amy Hoes says the conventional wisdom of waiting is dead wrong. Navigating a Tricky Market“Over...

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After more than a decade in business, Sandra Jenkins is still Dog Gone Crazy

Sandra Jenkins is crazy about dogs. So much so that more than a decade ago she left her job in construction and purchased a dog boarding business in Medina, renaming it Dog Gone Crazy. She and her husband, Tom, currently live on the property. “For 40 years there was another kennel here,” Sandra says. “When we took over, we made a ton of...

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HealthMarkets Insurance Agency focuses on earning your trust and helping you navigate the waters of Medicare

If you’re on Medicare, the best word to describe your status in September might have been, “bombarded.” You probably received a huge influx of telephone calls, mail and email about your Medicare options for the Annual Election Period, happening Friday, October 15, until Tuesday, December 7. Turn on the television and your favorite and...

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