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Martial arts studio helps to break cycle of domestic abuse
It has been estimated that every nine seconds, a woman is assaulted or beaten by her intimate partner in the United States. That amounts to nearly 10,000 acts of violence every day, 10,000 reasons why Legacy Martial Arts wants to help break the cycle by literally breaking boards.
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HISD bond forums set Monday
After voters overwhelmingly turned down a $65.5 million bond issue last May, HISD trustees and administrators got the message that taxpayers wanted a downsized facilities upgrade. But communication is essential to the planning process.
Elkins Lake couple synchronizes Christmas lights and carols
Larry and Martha Hoover have decorated their home at 3939 Broadmoor Drive with about 25,000 red, green and white lights. But the really cool thing about their Christmas display is that the lights blink in unison with holiday music transmitted through a low FM radio frequency.
- Christmas for the Houstons was simple but festive
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- Register now for Walker County Master Gardener training
- Legal Corner: Contracts for deed — a bad option
City hires new HR director
The city of Huntsville recently announced the impending arrival of Julie O’Connell, who has accepted the position of Human Resources Director.
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