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My Family’s Year-of-Service Project

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I’ve sentenced my family to a year of community service. Let me explain. At the end of 2016, my husband and I bought a house. I mean, it’s the kind of house we feel like we never want to leave. Granite countertops, hardwood floors. We have a great view of …

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The Dolan Class Project Changed My Life

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I am a twenty-seven-year-old woman learning to navigate the automotive world one day, more like one hour, at a time. As the Community Outreach Coordinator for Dolan Auto Group, I spend my days running, literally, back and forth between our four dealerships engaging with managers, customers, production crews, coworkers, our …

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WGU Nevada Encouraging Adults to Go Back to School with New Year, New You Scholarship

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New year, same goal: Go back to school. With the debut of a new scholarship opportunity, WGU Nevada is helping to turn that goal into reality with our New Year, New You Scholarship. No more excuses – time to make the life-changing decision to go back to school. WGU Nevada is …

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Learn about Doral Academy of Northern Nevada

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There is a new charter school in South Reno! Doral Academy of Northern Nevada (DANN) opened its doors to Washoe County School District students this past Fall in its temporary location at South Reno United Methodist Church off of Mt. Rose Highway. This school is right in my neighborhood, so when …

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The Elephant in the Room…Santa Claus

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I’m sorry, but what the hell is up with parents that choose not to trick their kids into believing Santa Claus exists?!? A lot of my mom friends are not perpetuating the Santa Claus myth and I’m surprised, like really? Its super fun as a parent to play along in …

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The War Isn’t Over: We Still Need to Fight for New Schools after WC-1 Passed

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A little over a year ago, our community banded together and ensured that WC-1 passed to fund new schools and significant repairs for older schools in our growing community. 57% of voters supported this initiative. I don’t know about you, but I’m beyond frustrated to have learned that the battle …

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