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March 3, 2011

In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley introduces viewers to a local veternarian, Dr. Mike Hutchinson, who treats ailing pets with their own stem cells. Also, Tonia Caruso reports on a new initiative called the Power of 32, which is designed to get the region's four states and 32 counties working together for economic growth. Also, Chris Fennimore profiles two local chefs, husband and wife, who work together in the same restaurant.


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In this episode, contributor Dave Crawley introduces viewers to a local veternarian, Dr. Mike Hutchinson, who treats ailing pets with their own stem cells. Also, Tonia Caruso reports on a new initiative called the Power of 32, which is designed to get the region's four states and 32 counties working together for economic growth. Also, Chris Fennimore profiles two local chefs, husband and wife, who work together in the same restaurant.


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