Martinsville employees are trying to restore MINet internet and telephone services

Martinsville employees are trying to restore MINet internet and telephone services

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The Alaska pollock has a complicated supply chain. After being caught as part of the largest commercial fishery in the U.S., the fish are transported by ship to New Brunswick, Canada, near the border with Maine. They are then loaded onto rail cars for a brief trip down 100 feet (30 meters) of track in Canada, before being put on trucks and crossing the border into the U.S.

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  • Martinsville is now undergoing repairs after the city’s fiberoptic feed was severed early Sunday, impacting internet and phone service provided by the MINet system. The city of Martinsville said that personnel were handling the cut feed just after 10 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 11. Customers should expect service to be restored by noon on Monday, according to city authorities.

  • According to the Bessemer Police Department, officers responded to a call about a person who had been shot in the 1000 block of 6th Avenue North at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9. US fish stick and filet supplies threatened by customs dispute by The Associated Press, Nexstar Media Wire / Oct 12, 2021. PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — A customs dispute at the U.S.-Canada border is jeopardizing America’s supply of a key fish used for popular products such as fish sticks and fast food sandwiches.