Day: September 17, 2020

New Hampshire Homeowners: How To Prep For Your Kitchen Reno

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Smart tips to get your home ready for a successful kitchen remodel.
Smart tips to get your home ready for a successful kitchen remodel. (Shutterstock)

A kitchen makeover can have a drastic impact on the look and value of your New Hampshire home. Whether you’re completely gutting the room or just installing new cabinets, a renovation can make you fall in love all over again with your kitchen.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One week before work is scheduled to begin you can start packing up those items you won’t be using again until after the

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Home decor: You’re home more … so now what? | Josephine

Like so many others, Margie Cook has spent most of this year cooped up in her home. With four kids, two dogs and a hamster, she’s had her hands full. Yet the St. Joseph woman dedicated her spare time, between juggling home schooling in the spring and working from home, to redecorate her home.

“When you’re staring at the walls for what feels like an eternity, you get stir crazy,” she said. “I wasn’t about to tear down walls, but when you are home 24-7 you start to realize that your home isn’t as functional as you need it to be.”

Since the coronavirus outbreak began, homes have transitioned into makeshift offices, gyms, classrooms, restaurants, cocktail bars, concert venues and movie theaters.

When Cook started her projects back in April, most of the stores were closed and a shelter-in-place order was in effect. Cook took advantage of online shopping with

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Interior Urges Tossing Tax Services Co.’s Suit To Shield Docs

Law360 (September 9, 2020, 1:49 PM EDT) — A Texas-based tax services and software provider’s suit to prevent disclosure of its confidential information should be dismissed because the company brought claims in the wrong court, the U.S. Department of the Interior told a Texas federal judge.

The U.S. government asked the judge Tuesday to dismiss the suit, filed by Ryan LLC to prevent the disclosure of confidential company information. Because Ryan’s headquarters is outside the Texas district of the court where it filed the complaint and Interior is located in Washington, D.C., the case should be dismissed or at the very least transferred, the government said.

“Consequently, the only…

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Hyundai Kona Debuts Major Exterior Update, Sporty-Looking N-Line Pack



a car parked on the side of a road: Hyundai Kona N-Line (2020)


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Hyundai Kona N-Line (2020)

Inside, there are new screens and a tweaked the center console design.

Hyundai introduced the Kona in June 2017, following the trend of funky-looking compact crossovers. It’s appearance ushered in a new design language for Hyundai’s high-riding vehicles, but today, Hyundai is updating that look for the 2021 model year. The 2021 Kona receives a new exterior appearance, interior design tweaks, changes to the available powertrains, and the new N-Line package.

The most significant changes are on the outside,

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