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Bridging the Mental Health Gap |  News, Sports, Work

Bridging the Mental Health Gap | News, Sports, Work

Members of NUMC’s new Hospitalization Program (PHP) discuss mental health needs during an open house, Friday. Left to right: Mental Health Therapist Duane Winter, Mental Health Manager Mary Shupe, RN Amy Welch and Program Assistant Pete Schletz. NEW ULM — A new mental health partial hospitalization (PHP) program is coming to New Ulm Medical Center …

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A pop-up shop that makes arts and crafts accessible in Steubenville |  News, Sports, Work

A pop-up shop that makes arts and crafts accessible in Steubenville | News, Sports, Work

CRAFT SUPPLIES — Katie Tackats, founder of Re-Craft Steubenville, stood next to her wall of craft supplies donated by local people to be resold at a discount or donated to other community craft projects. — Christopher Dacanei STEUBENVILLE — Have you ever wanted to pick up a new craft hobby or learn a mending skill …

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The 15 Most Famous Massachusetts Celebrities and Their Hometowns

The 15 Most Famous Massachusetts Celebrities and Their Hometowns

I always get a kick out of finding out one of my favorite celebrities is from Massachusetts, how about you? I can’t explain it. I just think it’s very cool. I almost feel like I’m somehow closer to these people because their birthplaces are inside mine country, you know? Plus, having this knowledge of where …

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The beat goes on… on Music Street |  News, Sports, Work

The beat goes on… on Music Street | News, Sports, Work

Photo by Deb Gau Zach Haltwick recently made the transition from manager of Music Street in Marshall to business owner. Music Street founder Lon Wright said he had considered retiring and offered the business to Haltwick. Wright still works part-time visiting school group principals and students in the area. MARSHALL — Zach Haltwick isn’t a …

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A local artist challenges himself to paint a dozen dragons |  News, Sports, Work

A local artist challenges himself to paint a dozen dragons | News, Sports, Work

Submitted photo Selena Drake, a local artist, creates these intricate, fantasy-inspired dragon designs. Local artist Selena Drake has gained a following on social media by streaming live while she paints. Drake decided to challenge himself this year by drawing 12 dragons. Each painting takes more than 24 hours to complete; through streaming, she has company …

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An investment of 0,000 will be used to assist individuals in recovery at SEI

An investment of $500,000 will be used to assist individuals in recovery at SEI

SEIWIB will use this funding to expand its regional substance abuse recovery system. (Lawrenceburg, Ind.) – The Southeast Indiana Workforce Investment Board (SEIWIB) is pleased to announce the receipt of funding from the Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA) of the Indiana Family and Human Services Administration. DMHA awarded the regional nonprofit $500,000 for …

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Winfield’s downtown business district is growing

Winfield’s downtown business district is growing

Deborah Laverty, Times Correspondent WINFIELD — The downtown business district is about to expand. The Plan Commission on Thursday gave secondary approval of plats to Winfield Commons representatives for a 21-acre, six-lot subdivision at 7909 E. 109th Ave. Video provided in partnership with The Times, JEDtv and WJOB. Sponsored by Strack & Van Til. The …

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