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Cottonwood Place

Business Spotlight - Cottonwood Place Senior Living recently awarded five local college-bound, graduating seniors the Cottonwood Place “Senior to Senior” Legacy Scholarship. In its 2nd year, Cottonwood Place is giving each of the recipients $1,000 towards their college education.

Cottonwood Cyclery

Business Spotlight - Cottonwood Cyclery fosters a “ride and smile” feel for all cyclists, from kids going on their first ride to grizzled racing professionals.

Student Housing: The parent’s Guide to Finding the Perfect Fit

Business Spotlight

Reasons to Call the 911 or Police Dispatch

There are some instances when people know when to call the police such as a fire or someone is having a heart attack. Other times are trickier and people may hesitate because they don’t know if calling the police is necessary.

Woodstock Elementary Students Read for Fun, Funds

One full week students were engrossed in reading in the classroom, participating in special literacy activities at school and found immersed in a book at home—reading for pleasure and at the same time, raising funds for the Woodstock Elementary Parent-Teacher Association that sponsors many of the activities at the school.

Ancient Link

Like matching sequences in our DNA, intangible elements link us to our predecessors in history. Sifu Damian Snyder is a modern link in an ancient chain of martial arts instructors.

Families Build Forts at the Library

Reading a book in a different place can bring out the magic in the story, whether it’s under a tree, near the beach or under a blanket. The Murray City Library hosted a Family and Forts night at the library encouraging families to come and read together.

Murray Goodwill Store Celebrates Third Anniversary

The Goodwill store in Murray will celebrate its third anniversary on March 13.

Spartans Softball: A Diehard Team, A Legendary Coach

A highly successful 20-9 season in 2015 set the tone for this year’s Murray High School softball team.

Spotlight on Barry Hecker and the SEED Project

After retiring from a 21-year-long career working in the NBA, Murray resident Barry Hecker didn’t know what his life in retirement would hold.



 

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