“The great benefit about NeighborWorks is that they match us dollar for dollar so that funding we put in through the city or redevelopment agency, they match those dollars by raising private and federal grant [funding],” said Tingey.
Longview’s annual Amazing American presentation attracted dozens of families and other students April 16 as they asked fifth-grade students about their choices of amazing Americans they presented on tri-fold boards, through creative representations and reports.
“We purposely try to keep prices low to allow families to participate,” said Mary Ann Kirk, Murray City cultural arts director. Kirk’s history with Arts in the Park goes all the way back to its inaugural season in 1990, and she anticipates another season of strong performances.
Murray residents packed an April 22 open house to find out what might go into the revised General Plan, as well as to provide their input.
I have watched the news broadcasts with sadness as lives and businesses have been destroyed, and I cannot help but feel very fortunate to live in Murray City and to know our Police Department employees that serve our residents.
He was a problem solver who never started life out thinking he would be Governor. His natural talents and abilities continued to open doors and opportunities for him.
“He’s been here at least 22 years. He’s just like everybody’s dad. If you didn’t have the exact change, he’d say, ‘It’s okay, just don’t tell [Sanh Ly],’” Carroll said. “If you didn’t know him when you walked into the store, you’d know him soon. And you’d leave with a nickname.”
“This is a great partnership,” Murray Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Stephanie Wright said. “The Red Cross is very easy and friendly to work with. We just encourage people to come in and donate.”
“They lost absolutely everything,” Sarah Wack, the stepsister of the victim, said.
Every life tells a story, and we want to hear as many stories as we can!