How to plan and prepare for the wildfire season

A wildfire can change a family or a community in an instant. And this summer, the wildfire season started early. In Utah alone, 40,000 acres of Beehive state’s landscape were already destroyed in June, while eight different wildfires continue to burn within state borders, KSL reported. These fires were helped …

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Residents get help with cleanup after Woodridge tornado

Woodridge, Illinois – Residents receive additional support on Saturday as cleanups continue in the western suburbs after several tornadoes hit earlier this week. Over 20 organizations have come together at Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Woodridge to try to help. In addition to state officials and the American Red Cross, …

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Energy Adviser: The crawl space, the key to home comfort

The average homeowner probably never inspects their crawl spaces, and for good reason. The name itself is practically an invitation to discomfort, allergens and claustrophobia. But anyone who’s ever signed a mortgage knows that homeownership doesn’t always mean cold drinks on the back porch – sometimes you have to get …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 6.25.21

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: James M. Healzer, 57, of Los Altos, has been appointed to the California Medical Council. Healzer has served as Chairman of the Quality Managers of Permanente Medical Group since 2015 and a Staff Anesthesiologist at Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical …

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