Boobification hosts second Mental Health Day | News

WOONSOCKET – It’s Boobification’s second annual Mental Health Day, and Trisha Parenteau has items scattered all over her house as she prepares for the Aug. 7 event. As she’s had a whole year to plan the day, rather than just four months like last year’s, Parenteau that there will be a lot of amazing items … Read more

Keeping Fit: The power of (food) preparation | Lifestyles

Have you ever heard someone say “It’s too expensive to eat healthy” or “It takes too long to prepare healthy food”? Many people believe these statements to be true, but in reality this may not be the case. With a little knowledge and effort we can all consume nutritious food more often and at a … Read more

LIST: Where to receive, donate school supplies in East Texas | Education

As a new school year approaches, groups in East Texas are preparing to give back to local students and families by helping with their school supplies. Check out the list Tyler Morning Telegraph has compiled for those in need of school supplies or wanting to donate: TYLER The City of Tyler is set to host … Read more

The new man in the boiler room: High Country Linen changes hands | Business

When Mark Barron drove his blue Dodge Dart into Jackson 47 years ago, he was focused more on the Teton views, his company and keeping his car running than on heavy machinery. The car, Barron said, “was burning about a quart of oil per tank of fuel at that point.” Fast forward nearly 50 years … Read more

LIST: Where to receive, donate school supplies in East Texas | News

As a new school year approaches, groups in East Texas are preparing to give back to local students and families by helping with their school supplies. Check out the list Tyler Morning Telegraph has compiled for those in need of school supplies or wanting to donate: TYLER The City of Tyler is set to host … Read more

In My Opinion: Sister Debbie, a legend | Opinion

It’s natural to wonder whether North Country Mission of Hope can ever be the same without Executive Director Sister Debbie Blow at the helm. At the same time, it tremendously undervalues ​​what she has accomplished in that job and vocation over the past 24 years. Roots in the humanitarian aid organization go deep in the … Read more

Farm families to build meat processing center | Business

After running into problems trying to get their livestock processed, two Taylor County farm families are partnering to startup Green River Meats, scheduled to open in the spring of 2023. Owners Randy and Stephany Smoot and Tim and Leslie Jeffries committed to the $2.3 million investment in Taylor County. “We saw the need for the … Read more

Why the war in Ukraine might make root canals more difficult in the United States | State

Dr. Alan Carr points out the broken root or bad root canal of a right rear molar (tooth), in a full jaw Xray at Factoria, Washington (Photo by Wonderland via Flickr | CC-BY-SA 2.0) Russia’s assault on Ukraine is being felt worldwide, and the US health care system is not immune. Both Russia and Ukraine … Read more

Valley Datebook: June 18, 2022 | Valley Life

Today Vigo County • Terre Haute Farmers Market, 8 am to noon, The Meadows shopping center parking lot, 25th and Poplar streets; farm-fresh meat, eggs and produce, fresh fruits, vegetables, plants and herbs, home-baked goods and handmade products; do not enter if ill, maintain social distancing, do not touch product, hand sanitizer encouragement; vendors, 812-299-5404; … Read more

BUSINESS BRIEFS: June 17, 2022 | News

Salem Insurance rebrands GOSHEN — EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants recently announced that Salem Insurance will now operate under the EPIC name. Salem Insurance, based in Goshen, was acquired by EPIC in July of 2021. With its strong presence in northern Indiana, Salem complements the existing footprint of EPIC within the Midwest region. Its leadership … Read more