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Closure due to decrease in funding

The new year brings new happenings with Smoky Mountain Pregnancy Care Center (SMPCC). The organization opened its doors as a pregnancy resource center in 2001. In 2003, the Board of Directors began the process of converting the resource center into a medical clinic to provide free pregnancy tests and limited ultrasounds. It has been operating as a medical center since that time. In 2004, the board made the expansion to Cullowhee to serve the population that has the most abortions; college aged women and men. In addition to free pregnancy tests and ultrasounds, SMPCC’s medical offices provide classes on various topics concerning pregnancy, childrearing, and life skills.

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Our Keller Williams Family is so proud to announce the addition of five experienced agents from Exit Realty to Keller Williams on January 1, 2012.

We would like to welcome John Becker, Kathy Clifton, Debbie Bale, Ellen Goldstein and Les Sintay.

Keller Williams will continue to be the largest office in Franklin with 26 agents and 3 staff members.

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Drake Software has unveiled another product, SecureFilePro – a safe and convenient document exchange program that allows tax professionals to exchange documents such as tax returns and profit and loss statements with their clients from their own secure website. SecureFilePro is being launched this month, according to Drake Software.

SecureFilePro will provide tax professionals with a customized web address and the ability to brand their site with their own company name and logo. The website will be accessible from any computer with Internet access at any time.

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Struggling economy to blame

We hear it often. Small businesses are the engine of economic growth in the United States. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, small businesses account for 44 percent of private payrolls in the U.S. and employ half of all private sector employees. Their ability to thrive in Western North Carolina is essential to long-term economic growth in the region, says Will Lambe, Associate Director of the UNC School of Government’s Community and Economic Development program.

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