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“We know that the senior folks are passing and that was the growing population,” said Bill Foraker, “but we’ve got more boomers coming along though.”

Many say there is room to grow. That’s why people, like Foraker, filled the room at the Vigo County Public Library on Wednesday.

That’s where Mayoral Candidate Pat Goodwin held a public forum focused on the future of Terre Haute’s parks, specifically its two golf courses Rea Park and Hulman Links.

“There’s a single pass for both courses,” Foraker said, “The courses are very different and different people play those courses, and it seems to me that there’s an opportunity there to differentiate that, the two markets.”

Better marketing for both courses was one of the many suggestions given at Wednesday’s meeting.

“I think there’s a way out for us,” said Goodwin, “but we have to commit to our public parks and say they’re important to us, and we are going to support them and fund them to the level that we need to so that they can be the assets that we know they can be.”

Goodwin says the city’s financial problems are a big reason that parks funding has plummeted.

“Every year the city is finishing the year in the red,” he said, “Then city council, rightly, starts looking at ways to cut, and one of the places that unfortunately always looks as a target for being cut is parks, and specifically, golf courses.”

In a PowerPoint, Goodwin also presented his findings from proposals sent to the mayor’s office for private management regarding the city’s golf courses from last year, as well as park finances.

The forum, Foraker says, is just a small piece to a big puzzle. However, he hopes to see more transparency from local government, as well as involvement from the public, when it comes to the future of Terre Haute.

“I think the public generally feels like they don’t know who to talk to and that if they do talk to somebody, nobody cares,” he said, “I think we’ve got a city council now that is very good, very invigorating, but I still don’t think we have a city government that’s really making an effort to be transparent and provide the information to the people and the council that they probably could.”
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“Today I had a call from a woman who will be evicted if she can’t come up with her rent money,” said Exec. Director Susie Thompson.

That’s just one of the stories heard every day by Thompson. While Reach mainly focuses on disabilities, cases of homelessness are also very common for the agency.

“We are seeing such a need and a contiunous need,” she said, “I had to come and address the fire alarm here at the agency. There was a woman on the porch of one of our properties with all of her belongings around her, and because she had a dog she couldn’t go to any of the shelters. So she chose to be absolutely on the street instead of putting her pet at risk. When you see those kinds of things, you recognize that probably people are homeless, but those numbers are not being captured.”

Thompson says referrals at Reach continue to increase. In addition, one of their veterans programs has reached a high of 47 cases for homeless or high risk veterans, the highest they’ve had since the program’s establishment. Department of Housing and Urban Development, homelessness is down in Indiana.

In their study, Indiana communities reported that 5,438 people experienced homelessness on a single night in 2017. That’s a 6.2 percent decrease since 2016.

The study also reports that chronic, or long term, homelessness decreased by 8.8 percent since last year. The homeless veteran population also declined by 7.2 percent.

We asked Thompson about her thoughts on the homelessness decline in Indiana.

“Well it’s new to me,” she said.

“I don’t see a reflection of that at all,” said Martina Butler Hull, Veteran Services Coordinator at Reach.

Both Thompson and Butler Hull say it’s difficult to get an accurate homeless count number.

“One of the other things that we face is that they do the homeless count every year in January,” Thompson said, “People that can be in housing, shelter or with friends in the cold winter, are going to choose to do that. So I just think there’s a whole lot of things going around that make those numbers unrealistic from our point of view.”

“When anybody whose got a place to go, anybody who can pay a couple of dollars and rent a couch for a night, or be taken in by their family around Christmas time and hang out for those coldest parts of winter,” Butler Hull said, “I think you’re missing a lot of people during that time.”

When it comes to understanding homelessness, Thompson says it goes beyond just living on the streets and it can happen to anyone at any time.

“They don’t have an address, they’ve had to give up all of their security and they are living from place to place. In my definition, that is homeless,” Thompson said, “So many people that we work with have a very limited or temporary job, or their income is so limited that one tragedy, one flat tire, one issue and they would be homeless as well.”

Butler Hull says homelessness continues to be a growing problem and she can tell by the new faces in clients.

“It’s almost more difficult when you meet a new person for the first time to realize that it’s still an ongoing problem,” she said, “I could introduce you to people that have stayed in our shelters, since day one we’ve been full.”

While the number of cases continues to go up, money and resources remain tight and competitive. However, Thompson says it’s not enough to stop them and other agencies from trying to put an end to the problem.

“I don’t believe that we’re alone here, I believe that all the agencies are facing these kinds of struggles,” Thompson said, “and we know that funds are limited, and we’re in a community where we’re all competing for the same dollars to help people. It’s just a continuous cycle, and I’m not sure where that ends or how it ends, but we’re going to keep fighting the fight.”
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It always fun to talk with Mr. Wonderful, famous for being a Dragon and Shark on TV and for his brash comments on business. The investor and businessman is one part of him. The show business part of him is obvious. There is the husband and father component. Philanthropist too, which he does very quietly.

And now he a politician.

In explaining what pushed him over the top to decide to run, O alludes to the exclusive front page story in the Toronto Sun earlier this month that forecasted, under Trudeau, Canada debt in the next four decades could balloon to $1.5 trillion, something that upset every Canadian, O said.

It infuriates him.

a chance in hell am I going to let him do that, he tells me. job is to show Trudeau his ambition in life and it is not running Canada. that end, everything Trudeau does he will be on top of.

have to be honest. We are in trouble here. We have a very weak leader with a very flawed mandate and we have to stop him from doing any more damage, said O job is to make sure he does as little damage to the country until I can get there in 2019. he hopes to convince Conservatives of this at the leadership convention in the spring, and then Canadians in 2019.

is not going to be an election but an exorcism, said O is it written in the Constitution we have to settle for mediocrity and incompetence? I am scraping that all away. We deserve so much better. I will get rid of the malaise of Trudeau. believes it the very millennials who seem to love to jump into selfie pictures with Trudeau who are going to help O do it.

millennials, entrepreneurs who watch Shark Tank and Dragon Den, are my people, he said. Trudeau has them doing is sitting in their parents basement staring at the ceiling. this starts by lowering and eliminating taxes and fostering investment and job creation, he said. And, yes, that means the end to carbon taxes and cap and trade initiatives as well as excessive regulation.

O is important to the Conservative race and to federal politics in general because he brings no holds barred excitement to a moribund race in need of a star who can take on a superstar in Trudeau. O issues are real and they resonate with people. Canada needs the anti Trudeau candidate and it wonderful that they now have one. president Donald Trump, but he talks straight and direct like him. Agree or disagree, it a language people understand. And those Canadian people will ultimately have to decide.

are starting to see the rot in Trudeau mandate and they are smelling the failure and they are telling him that in his town hall meetings, O said. me tell you the facts: We are in a real race to save the country. This is going to be a carbon tax free country as soon as I get to Ottawa. I am going to reverse everything Trudeau did.

won remember his name when I am finished. he believes you will remember the name Prime Minister Kevin O


Who would you prefer at the negotiating table with soon to be president Donald Trump?

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Jill credits her husband and God for saving her life. The couple have been married for four years. And Ryan was a finalist for the 2007 Oklahoma Heart Hero award presented recently at OHH.

Physicians told Ryan that Jill would never recuperate from her 14 day coma, he said. Jill had not prepared an advanced health care directive mandating a Do Not Resuscitate order.

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It was the hardest decision he ever have to make in his life, Ryan said. Jill said she wouldn have wanted to have lived the rest of her life in a coma after being an energetic, active woman.

don think when you 31 years old that you will have to be doing this with your wife that 32, said Ryan, a plumbing contractor.

On June 9, Ryan had returned from court where he obtained an order for Jill life support to be removed. Ryan asked her to say their phone number, dog name and address. She answered each question correctly within 30 minutes of waking up.

a true miracle, Jill said. The experience taught her to live each day to its fullest.

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it your time to go, it your time to go, Jill said. I honestly believe that God has bigger plans for me here on earth.
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Bailey and her fellow glampers returned to the glampground at least 10 times on Friday to cool down and have a few drinks between acts.

Canvas Town Events has provided its glamping services to Country Fest 2017, Lakes Jam, Sturgis Camping, Rock Fest and more, according to their website.
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Ms Murphy, Can you tell us a bit about how you got your big break in ‘What Richard Did’?

My agent sent me in for the audition for ‘What Richard Did’ the October before we started filming. At the time there was no script and I had no idea what the film was about or the character of Lara. We just had some scenes to prepare and it was like any other audition really. I didn’t hear anything after that for a few months until they called us in for a weekend of auditions and then we were cast. Over the next few months we were in and out for workshops and rehearsals right up until we started filming.

What did you find most challenging about taking on the role?

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Did you receive formal training as an actress,
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I had been aware from a very early age that I wanted to be an actress so I had attended acting classes in the Gaiety School of Acting from the age of 7 to 15. It was a great place for me at the time. All the tutors in there were so well trained themselves and really treated us like young professionals and gave us all the tools we needed for starting out as actors. After I left school I felt I just wanted to jump into a career as soon as possible so I decided against further training at that stage.

What do you enjoy most about being an actress?

I think the best part about being an actress for me is being able to jump outside of yourself for a while. To really be able to explore different characters and the lives different people lead. I feel like with every role you learn something new not only about the character but also about yourself. It can sometimes be challenging to find something within yourself to identify with the character but when you do it can be really exciting.

Can you describe your typical working day?

A typical working day would start about 6am depending on how far away from the set I am. When I arrive I’d usually grab a quick breakfast and then get into my costume. After that I head over to the hair and make up truck. If you’re in the first scene of the day the morning can be quite busy and I’d be on the set early enough. From then it’s just working away. If you’re in every scene of the day I’d be on set the whole day otherwise there can be a lot of waiting around between scenes until you’re needed again. We usually finish up around 7pm.

What actors/actresses are you most influenced by?

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How do you make yourself stand out from the crowd in auditions?

I don’t think there is any sure fire way to make yourself stand out in any situation. I feel at the end of the day it comes down to the type of person who is casting their film. They have to feel like they would be comfortable working with you and that your personalities will click. I think the most important thing to do is try your best to perform as well as you can and to really do the character justice as you see her. At the end of the day we’re acting and you just have to act as well as you can in the audition room.

Is there anything you can reveal about your plans for the near future?

I’ve decided to take some time to study in the coming months. I’ve been accepted to the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York this summer. So I really just want to immerse myself in the method of acting and learn as much about what Stanislavski and Strasberg really had to say about modern acting and its technique. It’s only for a few months so I’ll be able to get back working when I finish in September so it suits me really well.

What advice would you give to anyone wishing to become an actress?

I think you really have to be sure that acting is what you want to do with your life. It can be really hard at times, especially when you’re not working. It’s not the most stable career you could go for. But that being said, when you’re on stage or on set it can be such a great experience. I suppose you have to be ready for a lot of rejection and not to worry too much about it when it happens because it’s all part of it.

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Action Team met Thursday, January 11 at Washington County Connections (WCC). Director Holly Thompson called the meeting to order and after introductions, gave her report.

She is still involved with the Healthy Snacks program in Akron and Otis Schools. The program has been going for three years. A Cooking Matters class for childcare providers and those who work with children will be held March 3 in Yuma. Thompson has been busy writing grants.

The Rural Resource Center in Yuma and WCC have job openings. In Yuma they need a bilingual specialist and in Akron, they need an assistant to answer the phones, etc. Tiffany Rogers has been doing that, but she has moved up because she is working with so many different programs. Dental screens will be held in Woodlin, Arickaree and Lone Star Schools in February. They have already been held in Akron and Otis at the schools.

Penny Stumpf from Northeast Colorado Health Department said the new director is Trish McClain.

Stumpf said, “We are still working with schools on healthy nutrition. The WIC program has really grown.”

She was asked if WIC could be held more than once a week in Akron, but said the funding comes from the commissioners and right now they can only fund someone to be in the office once a week. They are also working on oral health and will be holding clinics in Wiggins and will then move to Logan and Morgan Counties.

Director of Akron Head Start, Jen Mehring said they are fully enrolled and fully staffed, although they are looking for a bus driver. They have signed a contract with a registered nurse from Denver and can reach her at any time. They are also going to hold a Dad’s night for the fathers of the kids who attend Head Start.

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Maria Foy from the Health Department said they are going to have a Communities That Care (CTC) training on January 26. The department is going to partner with Centennial on mental health. They sent out CTC surveys and are going to start compiling the information they received from the surveys and pick the top three problems that were mentioned on the surveys. They will focus on those three groups. Once they finish the report, they will share it with the communities involved.

Sarah Arntt from the Rural Resource Center said she is also working with the CTC program. She has also gone to trainings for a marijuana pilot program where they will host conversations with adults and children so they can start talking about marijuana and they can all give their thoughts on marijuana.

Jeff Appleman from Centennial Area Health Education Center said they are hosting two AmeriCorps workers. All the Sheriff’s Departments in the counties he works with have opened drop boxes for medicines and drugs, except for Washington County. He visited with Undersheriff Robbie Furrow later on Tuesday and they will be working on getting a drop box opened. When that is ready, the Sheriff’s Department will issue a press release. They are hoping to find programs that other AmeriCorps personnel can help with. They have housing available for both of them and one is now working.

Director of the Washington County Green Homes, Brenda Rhea, said they are full and still have a waiting list. They are holding a CNA class now. On February 1, they will host a Cooking Matters class in conjunction with WCC, who does the training. They have a new stone with the name of the facility on it and they will be getting a new flagpole and lights in the near future.

Tiffany Rogers of WCC went to the Akron preschool and read to the students. She also handed out a new book to each child and worked on a craft with them. They will be holding a Nurturing Fathers class soon. She is also working with Margo from Yuma Resource Center on having a health activity learning session. Mobile Pantry has been going very well and they are still holding their coat drive until the end of February, so if you have good used coats, you can take them to WCC and they will give them out.

Jamie Bacon said the Cooking Matters class to be held at the nursing home will run for six weeks. You can still receive utility assistance at WCC, but you need to apply for LEAP at the Department of Human Services first, before you go to WCC. The meetings will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Otis. Their youth group will be providing child care. For more information, call WCC at (970) 345 2225. WCC has applied for a Tablesetters grant and if they receive the grant, some of the funds will be used to purchase school supplies in bulk for parents of school children.

Annie Kuntz, Clerk for the Commissioners, was in attendance, as Commissioner Lea Ann Laybourn was unable to attend. She gave Laybourn’s report, which was already in the paper. They are going to revise some of the fees at the landfill. Laybourn was appointed chairman of the commissioners at the reorganizational meeting held January 9. The commissioners have switched public comment time at their meetings, which are held on Tuesdays.

Superintendent of Otis Schools, Kendra Anderson, said, “I want to thank you for holding these meetings. It gives me information on who I can contact for the different problems we might have. To know what is going on, I encourage everyone to read the school board report that is always in the paper. At a meeting for superintendents from all over the state, we have sent up legislation to modernize the School Finance Act and we will be trying to get a bill into the legislature and get it passed. Otis now has 243 students, which is over 50 more than we had six years ago. A lot of the kids are at the poverty level. I am also still concerned about mental health care for our children.”

There was a question about the Healthy Child Clinic. WCC used to organize them, but now they will be held by the Health Department. WCC will oversee each clinic and they will continue to be held. They are going to talk to the commissioners to see if they can still use the clinic for the clinics. If not, they will check with the Foursquare Church.
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It had been eight years since Danny MacKillop had seen his mother. The 38 year old had spent the better part of those years living in stairwells and alleys in downtown Toronto a world away from the oceanside Cape Breton community where he was raised.

Danny is addicted to fentanyl and heroin and had shut himself off from his family. Homeless and struggling with an addiction, the man with striking good looks and a contagious smile, made his way by hustling.

Last November, Jason Kirkwood, a special constable with Toronto Community Housing withdrew money from an ATM near his work. He was halfway down the road when he heard an man yelling after him, running to catch up.

looks at me and asks me how much money I just took out of the machine, I get a little guarded but tell him the amount, Jason recounts in a Facebook post.

then asks me to count my money. He pulls the 40 dollars out of his pocket and tells me I left it in the machine. He could have easily just kept the money and I would have been none the wiser. People never cease to amaze me, he wrote.

He thought that was the end of it. But this is where the story gets really good.

A few days later, he gets a friend request from Danny asking Kirkwood to tag him in the Facebook post so that maybe his will see and know (he not such a bad guy. I add him on Facebook and it takes about a month for him to get back to me, and I tag him, says Kirkwood. all of sudden, emails, and posts and everything from his family and friends was overwhelming, exciting. It was fantastic, especially his friends. of course, Danny mom, Mary MacKillop also saw the post and immediately replied.

my God! Somebody knows where he’s at and then I just immediately called Jason and I was just so happy, Mary told CityNews from her Cape Breton home. I mean he’s alive and he’s well and he’s doing good things! used to call home regularly, but two years ago he stopped after he bailed on a rehab opportunity in Ottawa.

just said he had had enough of lying to me. Pretending that everything was okay and he was doing well, Mary recalls.

She and her sister hopped on a plane without a goal but to find Danny and get him help. The problem was, they didn know exactly where he was,
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and they didn really have a plan.

just walked, we went to all the soup kitchens, Mary says. were nice to us, they let us sitin the back so we could watch people come in. It was cold so they opened up extra hostels and we checked there too. they didn have much luck. The two women marched up down the streets and parks near Queen and Sherbourne, armed with a dated picture and hope that was slowily waning.

They had given up for the day and were determined to start their search again in the morning.

just walking and all of a sudden this person says “I know you, you’re my mother.” I didn’t even see him, he saw me, Mary recalls.

I wouldn’t have recognized him anyway, he was so thin, lots of facial hair. He had a hoody on, and a big backpack and it took me a few minutes to recognize that it was him. He was just dirty, that’s all. this is where his chance for a new start and a cleaner life began. With the support of his mother, he not only physically cleaned up, but he is on his way to recovering a life he once had.

Mary got him on a bus to meet up with his close friend in Calgary who drove him to a Vancouver rehabilitation centre this weekend.

a three year program, Mary explains. could be done earlier, but there the option to stay for three years. hope is once he completed the program, he return to Nova Scotia to be with his family. 67 years old and this was before I went to my death bed, I needed to known where my sons are. Kirkwood isn family, he hopes the best for Danny.

him to even give me back the money, it totally unexpected, he could have used it more than me. I very proud of what he has done. I rooting for Danny. I hope he makes it.
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Now a police officer, Jon was deployed twice to Iraq and Guantanamo Bay. He had some bad luck with dentists overseas and never went back.

“It started in basic training. I had a toothache, and when they pulled the tooth, it broke part of my jawbone. I actually got deployed to Iraq, and instead of actually fixing the teeth, they filed them all the way down and built them up with resin,” said Jon.

“My kids don’t even really remember me smiling,” he added. “We have three of them, it’s been so long, they’re going to be able to see me smile,
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and I’m not embarrassed to meet their friends.”

Jon is on his way to getting his smile back. He recently underwent a five hour surgery that cost nearly $50,000.

Two doctors were able to raise most of the funds, which were donated.

“We do a lot of routine surgery that’s necessary, but to do this and actually change a life, and change a smile, more importantly, is fantastic,” said Dr. Craig Horton, a prosthodontics practitioner in South Carolina.
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