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Business Boom in West Marisalia

COMPUTECH Breaks Ground on New Production Facility
 

   Wexford Co.- (Aug 9, 1420. Story by Louis Eastborne) Today Marisalia's leading technologycompany, COMPUTECH, broke ground for the long awaited BuildAPhone production facility in Western Marisalia. 

   The new facility is the result of new trade laws introduced by the Ministry of Labor back in June. The new laws require that major companies founded in Marisalia must have a percentage of their production force to remain in the country.

   COMPUTECH was founded by Sir John Blakely in Totford Co. in 1382 and has since grown into Marisalia's leading technology company, with Blakely as Chief Executive Officer. Major products from the company include the BuildAPhone and MicroPC. The company is valued at over two-million notro and this facility will only further increase its value. 

   Wexford has had struggles with unemployment in the past and is currently in the country's top 10 for government assistance. COMPUTECH, however, is optimistic that this new facility will change Wexford for the better.

   "This facility will open up jobs for the entire county and nation," a spokesman for the firm said. "It will provide more than just construction work, but also engineering and producers for BuildAPhone components when the facility opens! This is a win-win for both COMPUTECH and for County Wexford."

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DON'T FORGET THE DRAFT!

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Remember: All citizens from ages 18-35 must Enlist in the Royal Armed Forces or Social Service equivalent! Visit www.mindef.ms or contact your local Conscription Office for further details!

 

Royal Arts Center hosts Royal Philharmonic for the 15th Year

   Bramsea Co. (Aug 8, 1420. Story by Sarah Langford)- On 8 August, the Marisalian Royal Philharmonic Orchestra officially opened the autumn music season to the public at the Royal Art's Center. Present for the season opener was Marcia Helworth, the Ministerette of Arts, His Grace, and students and graduates of The Royal University of Marisalia School of Music. 

   The orchestra played selections from John Steinbeck's latest film From The Edge of Eternityan original piece by Edgar Woth entitled In Company of The Muses, and the finale piece was from Roger Green's immortal film, Return of The Stone Age

   This music season will officially close on November 15 and will reopen for the winter season on December 20. 

   Music selections for the season, ticket purchases, and more information can be found at www.minart.ms/RoyPh/Autumn1420 .

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General Weather Outlook (Week 32 1420)

Location (By Region) Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
East Marisalia

Partly cloudy

25% chance of showers

Cloudy

15% chance of showers

Cloudy and humid

75%
Chance of showers

Storm warning!

Cloudy

Scattered showers

Clear Clear
North Marisalia Clear

Partly Cloudy

25% chance of showers

Cloudy

Cloudy

Partly Cloudy

5% chance of showers

Clear Clear
South Marisalia

Cloudy

Scattered showers

Cloudy 

Scattered showers

Partly cloudy

25% chance of showers

Partly cloudy

5% chance of showers

Clear Clear

Partly cloudy

25% chance of showers

West Marisalia Clear Clear

Partly cloudy 

25% chance of showers

Cloudy

75% chance of showers

Storm Warning!

Partly cloudy

25% chance of showers

Partly cloudy

15% chance of showers

Central Marisalia

Cloudy

15% chance of showers

Cloudy

25% chance of showers

Cloudy

75% chance of showers

Storm Warning!

Cloudy

15% chance of showers

Clear

Clear


For more detailed information visit: www.minsci.ms/weather

 

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