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2019 FAYM Spring Recital

2019 FAYM Spring Recital

On December 20, 2007, the Foundation to Assist Young Musicians (FAYM) was born. Established by Harold Weller, the Founding Music Director and Conductor Laureate of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, FAYM is, with help from many generous supporters and volunteers, succeeding in its mission which is stated as follows: The mission of FAYM is threefold: 1) […]

Lakewood Communities Continue to Battles the Storms

Lakewood Communities Continue to Battles the Storms

Lakewood, Washington is under attack from the weather, the area has been hit with back to back snowstorms during February, and they are not out the woods yet. As the storm continued to drive southward running parallel with the Washington coastline, heavy snow was seen throughout Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. This storm can be the same, if […]

USPS Informed Delivery® Tells Customers What to Expect in the Mail

USPS Informed Delivery® Tells Customers What to Expect in the Mail

Ever get tired of going out to the mailbox in the inclement weather or walking down the block to pick up the United States Postal Service (USPS) delivery? The post office has good news. Sign up for Informed Delivery® and know ahead of time what to expect. Or for that matter, if there is any mail that […]

El Paso Mayor Unafraid to Rebut President Trump Over Border Wall Lies

El Paso Mayor Unafraid to Rebut President Trump Over Border Wall Lies

On Feb. 10, 2019, El Paso Mayor Dee Margo (R) announced her intent to rebut President Trump if he repeats inaccurate statistics about the city’s crime rate during his rally scheduled on February 11.. Margo has been vocal about the claims the president made during his SOTU address on Feb. 5. While one portion of […]

Wood Village Residents Prepare for Snow Leaving Grocery Shelves Empty

Wood Village Residents Prepare for Snow Leaving Grocery Shelves Empty

Residents flocked to the Walmart Super Store in Wood Village on Feb. 8, 2019, to stock up for at least a week’s worth of groceries. The crowds were greater than a normal Friday. By 9 p.m. PT, the store’s grocery department reflected the locals’ concerns. They depleted the shelves leaving very few choices for late […]

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