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Manitobans to curl for Canada at 2018 Paralympics

Two Manitoba curlers will try to help Canada defend its gold medal at the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.

Sanford’s Dennis Thiessen and Oak Bluff’s James Anseeuw make up part of the team that will compete in Pyeongchang, South Korea. 96 more words


House Republican on GOP tax bill: this is a corporate tax cut, not a middle-class one

(Source: www.vox.com)

Republican Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) voted for the Republican tax plan, but he says the GOP isn’t telling the truth about what this tax bill is. 667 more words


New apartments slated for d-town across from West End Trading Co.

A vacant lot that was once the site of a hotel may soon be the site of a small mixed-use building.

Located at 201 S. Sanford Ave., the site is at the southeast corner of Sanford Avenue and 2nd Street. 391 more words


Want to change how city hall works? Attend the Charter Review meeting

About every 10 years the city of Sanford undertakes a review of its charter. Like the U.S. Constitution, a city’s charter is the document that establishes a city’s authority and responsibilities. 270 more words


Second hotel coming to downtown?

A local developer is finalizing plans to build a new hotel in downtown Sanford.

Located at 200 W. 1st St. two blocks west of the heart of downtown Sanford, the three-story hotel would have 60 to 75 rooms, with possibly a handful of suites on the top floor. 491 more words


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Acrylic on Canvas

Our front and back yard have Live Oak trees. They grow big and majestic, defying gravity with their long branches, great for climbing. 275 more words


Monroe Harbor Marina


Acrylic on canvas

I was inspired by artist René Wiley, an artist and gallery owner out of Galveston, TX. I love the color, brush strokes, and seemingly simple landscapes she creates. 229 more words