Small Home Businesses Sprout in Southwestern Montana Amid Housing Crisis | Business

Just before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, Livingston resident Beth O’Neill was kicked out of her rented home. The owner of his property had decided to convert the house into a vacation rental. So she moved in with roommates in Bozeman. Then the pandemic struck. After a rent increase, she couldn’t …

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Crown Wood Medical Center named ‘BEST’ in Bracknell according to NHS survey

A BRACKNELL GP surgery that topped an NHS survey for the area responded after nearly 100% of patients said it was good. The Crown Wood Medical Center, on Opladen Way in the borough, scored an overall satisfaction score of 90 percent in an NHS survey of the practices. The practice, …

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Wickford Art Festival returns to bring a summer staple back to South County | New

NORTH KINGSTOWN, RI – Almost two years after the last festival, the Wickford Art Festival made its much-anticipated return last weekend as thousands descended on Wilson Park, which served as the main venue, and Wickford Village to view and buy works of art in nearly all media by 170 artists …

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Judoka Gabriella Wood aims to take “one fight at a time”

Sports Jonathan ramnanansingh 33 minutes ago Gabriella Wood of Trinidad and Tobago will be the country’s first judoka to compete in the Olympics when the 2020 Games begin on July 23 in Tokyo. – University of Stirling NAME: Gabriella Wood AGE: 23 years old EVENT: JUDO (+ 78kg) OLYMPIC EXPERIENCE: …

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Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA

Maruhiro Office “Ouchi” / DDAA © Kenta Hasegawa + 38 Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/965010/maruhiro-office-ouchi-ddaa Area Area of ​​this architectural project Area: 408 m² Year Year of completion of this architecture project Year: 2021 Photographs Photographs: Kenta hasegawa Manufacturers Brands with products used in this …

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GRHS student lands 3rd place at National SkillsUSA

GREEN RIVER – Cole Murray, a student at Green River High School, still can’t figure out he’s the third finalist in the National SkillsUSA Cabinetmaking Competition. “It was exciting,” Murray said. “I still don’t think I got the whole ‘national’ part of third place, but seeing my photo appear on …

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Amateur Hour: My daughter had enough confidence in both of us.

My 8 year old daughter was diving again in trash cans at our neighbors. It’s a skill she learned from her teenage brother, who often ran away with planks thrown in while renovating the house next door. This “dumpster” was nothing more than a giant green bag made of a …

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Vintage artifacts from Michigan demolitions for sale in Lansing

Hundreds of items rescued from demolitions across Michigan are on sale in the REO town of Lansing. The treasures are part of the lifelong work of John Sears, who ran an environmental demolition and remediation company until his death in February following a motorcycle accident in Mexico. He was 41 …

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Drought and heatwave experts available to explain research and potential impacts

Scientists study the dangers and impacts of drought and heat waves Teller Lake is experiencing extreme drought. Photo credit Carlye Calvin, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research. As parts of North America experience record heat waves and face extended periods of drought, scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) …

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