• Have you ever wondered if your business is doing all it can to utilize computers and technology to its fullest potential? Technology changes that affect the way business is performed is changing constantly, and the Greater Poplar Bluff Area Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with our local technology experts to offer Chamber members an opportunity to learn how technology can help their business operate more effectively and efficiently. This panel will be available to discuss a wide variety of topics including: web site design & ecommerce options; wired & wireless networking; Voice Over IP (VOIP) benefits and pitfalls; connecting home offices to your office network; and computer sales, service and maintenance. This event is being organized by our Chamber’s

    Jan 07,
  • Provided by the Butler County Health Department Disaster Kits in a Bucket Emergency management organizations encourage citizens to keep disaster supplies, emergency food and water on hand in case of flood, power outage, tornado or earthquake. All of the following items will fit into a five-gallon bucket. The items are: 1 roll of toilet paper, 1 camp stove, 2 cans of Sterno, 1 mess kit, 4 boxes of water proof matches, 6 books of regular matches, 12 paper plates, 6 each plastic forks, knives and spoons, 12 disposable drinking cups, 1 flashlight, 2 AD batteries, 2 emergency solar blankets, 12 hand/foot warmers, 6 heavy duty plastic bags, 12 hand sanitizer packets, 2 light sticks, 1 roll of duct tape, 1

    Jan 03,
    - by semouser
  • semo.net just opened a new broadband wireless area. If you live within five miles of the intersection of Hwy 160, Hwy 67 & Hwy 158 south of Poplar Bluff, then there's a good chance we can provide you with wireless Internet. If you live in the light yellow shaded area, you have a very good chance of getting service, the light orange area has about a 50% chance of getting service.

    Jan 02,
  • Provided by the Butler County Health Department Winterizing a car includes checking: the ignition, cooling, fuel and exhaust systems, battery, lights, tires, heater, brakes, wipers, defroster and oil. Before a winter storm hits your area, fill up your car’s gas tank. A car survival kit consists of: flashlight, windshield scraper, paper towels, extra clothes, blankets, matches and candles, booster cables, a compass, maps, sand, chains and high calorie non-perishable food. Defensive Driving and Travel smart! Pump your breaks to stop on ice or snow. Plan your trip and let someone know your travel plans, route and estimated arrival time. Do NOT leave your car unless you see a building close by where you know you can take shelter. Once a

    Jan 01,
    - by semouser

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