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Hard work and a positive attitude seem to be the secret to longevity for Jane Makholm, who turns 100 on July 19.
Finding a place to live is only part of the battle for those transitioning out of homelessness. After they get moved in, individuals and families oftentimes have own little more than a mattress, some blankets and piles of clothes.
Digital rules the day, and hand-delivered mail might fade away, but postcards are an everlasting interest for Rosei Skipper.
Dining options at airports have become more important to the traveling public as airlines have pared back on complimentary in-flight food offerings and as security has been tightened. So the Metropolitan Airports Commission has launched a $17 million overhaul of the four food courts in Terminal 1 (Lindbergh), including a rebuild of the large communal dining area along the main mall.
Brad Kelvington previously oversaw public schools in the Aitkin district.