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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A new dry pet food manufacturing facility is coming to the Topeka area and it will bring at least 40 jobs to Shawnee County.

According to the online publication “Pet Age,” The Honest Kitchen is set to open a new, state-of-the-art facility that will produce human-grade food for pets near Topeka.

Production is set to begin in the third quarter of 2021.

The Honest Kitchen announced last month it will open a new manufacturing facility to produce human-grade food for pets.

The company told 13 NEWS, the plant is currently under construction near Topeka, but it’s

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In March 2020, Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb declared a halt to dine-in services at restaurants and bars because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Although dine-in services would resume two months later, restrictions such as capacity limits and increased spacing between tables remained. There was also the fear of many customers who didn’t want to risk contracting the virus.

Holcomb announced last week that he would lift the state’s mask mandate and the restrictions on businesses on April 6. Local jurisdictions can still implement their own restrictions, but business owners are facing the prospect of soon returning to pre-pandemic operations. 

It may

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After COVID-19 impacts forced the owners of a new Modesto restaurant to hold off on opening their doors for more than a year, Burly’s California Bistro is ready to serve patrons. The owners of the restaurant found along North Carpenter Road said the timing of it all has been perfect for them.To have waited that long to start their business following delays and setbacks, the owners said took a lot of love, talent and patience. “We’re really excited to serve the public, we’ve been waiting for this day for quite some time,” Michael Ortiz, the executive chef and co-owner said. … Read More

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It’s no secret that it takes a brave soul — some might say a crazy one — to open a restaurant in New York City. But after more than a decade of writing this column, it wasn’t until the past 12 months that I have come to understand how scrappy, inventive, relentless and yes — insanely heroic — are the folks who run your local eatery.

Even before lockdown, the pandemic was already being felt in Chinatown, where Jing Fong, that great temple of dim sum, had temporarily closed because of growing paranoia about the virus. It has since shuttered

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Underbelly Hospitality, led by James Beard Award-Winning Chef/Owner Chris Shepherd, has signed a lease for a 5,000-square-foot standalone space with rooftop terrace at Regent Square (seen here in an aerial rendering).

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Where there’s smokers, there’s likely Chris Shepherd.

The Southern Smoke founder and James Beard Award winner has a new restaurant concept set to open later this year at Regent Square, a new urban development down Allen Parkway. The 5,000 square foot standalone space will focus on live fire cooking and feature a rooftop terrace.

“The idea of live fire cooking using multiple types of wood really

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One California wine company is pulling out all the stops in pursuit of finding the right candidate to join its team in Sonoma wine country. The offer includes earning a $10,000-a-month salary and living ‘rent-free.’

Additionally, the lucky hire gets to work with master winemaker Dave Ready, Jr., who apparently has a “great sense of humor.”

If this sounds too good to be true, it is supposed to.

The idea for Murphy-Goode Wine, founded in 1985 by three good friends, Tim Murphy, Dale Goode, and Dave Ready, originated during a weekly game of liar’s dice, according to the company’s website

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