The Road Home opens a new residential complex with 65 residential units to bring the chronically homeless off the streets

[ad_1] The Magnolia Apartments will help “influence the homeless system,” says The Road Home’s executive director, by “attracting people who are really struggling to get into an apartment.” (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Michelle Flynn, Executive Director of The Road Home, will speak about Magnolia, a new, 65-unit …

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Merrill celebrates 100 years of the City of Parks

[ad_1] TINA L. SCOTTEDITOR On June 16, 1921, the Merrill Daily Herald published an editorial entitled, “Merrill The City of Parks.” So it says in the introduction to a beautiful booklet created in 2019 for the Merrill Historical Society’s History Hunt. The brochure goes on to say:“The text [of the …

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Best of NH 2021 Art & Culture

[ad_1] Editor favorites Inspirational poet Being the New Hampshire Poet Award Winner is more than an honor for you Alexandria Peary – it is an opportunity to bring about change in a part of our state that is too often underserved. Aiming to reach children in Coös County, their first …

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Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah asks judges to dismiss the fraud case

[ad_1] Jen Shah, the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star who is accused of running a nationwide telemarketing fraud program, called on Monday for the government’s case to be dropped. Shah’s attorneys argued in court documents that an indictment against her and alleged co-conspirator Stuart Smith of conspiracy to …

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Unlock the Talent War with personalized coaching

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – WGU Labs, a subsidiary of the online nonprofit Western Governors University, today announced an accelerator partnership and investment in GoCoach, an education technology company focused on democratization focused on high quality coaching and e-learning to train the talents of …

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Horn Lake thanks longtime board members | news

[ad_1] Horn Lake said goodbye to a trio of senior councilors Tuesday, thanking them for their long service to the city. Alderman At-Large Donnie “Chigger” White, Ward 4 Alderman Charlie Roberts, and Ward 6 Alderman John Jones all attended their last board meeting reflecting on their time in the city …

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