IT’S GOING TO WORK. Renee Sommer launched At the Roots LLC in April to help people who feel misunderstood or not validated by the mental health industry. (Photo via Facebook) Renee Sommer had her “Aha!” time in fall 2020, while seeking therapy for her anxiety, and the therapist said theyRead More →

Whitman County to invest $ 400,000 in new airport terminal Whitman County Commissioners voted Monday in favor of a $ 400,000 investment in the new Pullman-Moscow regional airport project. The terminal project is expected to cost $ 61 million, with the bulk of that cost being paid for by theRead More →

Gilroy Assistance League accepts grant applications The Gilroy Assistance League is now accepting applications for grants that will benefit youth organizations, programs and schools in Gilroy. In 2021, the LAGs donated $ 16,000 to various youth services, such as Community Solutions, One Heart to Another, Parents Helping Parents, St. Joseph’sRead More →

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Other notable deaths in the state Dave armstrong, musical artist from Tulsa Herb Beattie, community activist from Tulsa Byron Saloon, acclaimed fiddler from Guthrie Pat campbell, radio talk show host Carman, Christian music artist with ties to Tulsa Tim colwell, Tulsa Public Relations Specialist Paul W. Cooper, writer of Tulsa,Read More →

The holiday season seems lonely for many this year – especially for communities of seniors who are forced to self-isolate as they are at higher risk of developing complications from COVID-19. Moscow resident Kath Strickler was inspired to find a way to contact older people in the area after hearingRead More →

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA / KFTA) – Christmas is only three days away and shoppers are plentiful, making sure everyone is covered on their list. The last Christmas season has been trying for many local small businesses. Arkansas was at the peak of its second wave of COVID-19, and fewer peopleRead More →

Richmond saxophonist and music legend, James “Plunky” branch, has written over five hundred songs during his 50-year musical career. But he still doesn’t consider himself prolific, he says, noting that Dolly Parton has written over 5,000 songs in 54 years: “It takes your breath away,” he says of his songwritingRead More →

Dell Technologies WORKERS in Limerick raised nearly € 55,000 for local charities through a number of community and fundraising initiatives this year. During the year, the team volunteered their time to support local and national initiatives, organized a number of virtual fundraising events, and shared their expertise with charitable partnersRead More →

Grace Larson’s book becomes award-winning screenplay A screenplay based on local author Grace Larson’s non-fiction book “Once in a Lifetime Comes a Man,” won the LA Independent Women Film Awards for Best Non-Produced Screenplay. The screenplay was written by Anne Gold. LA Independent Women Film Awards is an emerging internationalRead More →

Royards Publishing Company, the publisher of educational books, launched a new Digital Canopi digital platform last Friday that aims to promote and market Caribbean educational and literary content globally. Produced in collaboration with OMG Media, the event was broadcast on Facebook and YouTube. Digital Canopi was developed by local financialRead More →

Syracuse Crunch reporter Tired Teddy Toss The Syracuse Crunch has rescheduled its 11th annual Stanley Steemer Tired Teddy Toss draw for Wednesday, December 8; the team welcomes the Cleveland Monsters to the Upstate Medical University Arena at 7 p.m. The Crunch and Stanley Steemer are encouraging fans to join theRead More →

Local businesses encourage residents to ‘shop small’ this holiday season Representing Suzanne Bonamici visited stores in Northwest Portland, to mark Small Business Saturday. The pandemic has caused many people to turn to online shopping, straining local small businesses. Business owners call for local concentration for Small Business Saturdays During theRead More →

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Scholar focuses on administrative law at the municipal government level. Scientists have a long time debated principles of US administrative law, but these discussions focused almost exclusively on federal law. To what extent do these principles apply at the local level? Despite the abundance of research in administrative law, fundamentalRead More →

Hello Times-Reporter readers. You may remember me as a young energetic sports journalist from 2000-2008 (I am still energetic but have since given up on the “young” part). My post-journalism journey has brought me to my current role as Assistant Superintendent of Schools in the City of New Philadelphia andRead More →