A new café opens on Indiana Avenue

Press release and photos provided Evvy’s Coffeehouse officially opened in a historic 1900 home at 1103 Indiana Ave., La Porte. The new cafe offers freshly baked pastries, sweets, and handcrafted coffee and tea-based drinks, with beans roasted exclusively for Evvy’s by Valparaiso’s Yaggy Road Roasters. In addition to espresso-based drinks …

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BC Ice Dancers Move to Ontario; currently coached by Scott Moir

One of Canada’s finest ice dance duos is now receiving world-class instruction from one of the country’s greatest skaters. Born and raised in British Columbia, but now living in London, Ontario, Haley Sales and Nikolas Wamsteeker said they moved east for a variety of reasons, but mainly because it would …

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Pigeon’s Roller Rink will appear at 2nd & PCH on Saturday September 18th

2ND & PCH is pleased to announce the Pigeon’s Roller Rink, a pop-up experience, which will open on Saturday September 18th. The roller skating venue will provide eight-wheel excitement for all ages with a variety of open skating sessions, lessons and private parties. Like most action sports, the popularity of …

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Mikko Koivu ‘will be around’ Wild training camp to some extent

Minnesota Wild to have former captain and franchise icon Mikko Koivu at training camp this season, but not as a player. Michael Russo from The Athletic tweets that Koivu is expected to eventually have an official position within the organization, although none have yet been announced. Koivu, 38, retired earlier …

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Madison Taco Fest May Be Canceled Following Reports Of Angry Attendees In Other Cities | Local News

The TV report said the event was billed as having 10 taco and food vendors, many types of margaritas, live bands and DJs. Eric Zyvith, who attended the same festival, told the station: “It was the saddest thing I’ve ever been to.” Breese Stevens’ website does not specify which vendors …

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Harold L. Schmidt’s “The Etching” is a contemporary Christian fiction that follows an Olympic skater through unexpected twists and turns.

MEADVILLE, Pa. (PRWEB) September 09, 2021 “The Etching”: a pleasant and inspiring fiction which will make readers run to discover what could take place in Beijing. “The Etching” is the creation of published author Harold L. Schmidt, playwright, composer and screenwriter. Schmidt resides in Tucson, Arizona, with his loving wife, …

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Our favorite things to do in the fall

Aspen is best known for its world-class ski resorts and premium après-ski nights in the winter, but there is something magical happening in Aspen in the fall: the foliage is starting to turn from green to gold, the weather is cool and chilly and you can enjoy the vast landscapes …

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Hextall on Crosby’s wrist procedure: “It was the best way to go”

The news that Sidney crosby will miss the start of training camp and should be absent for at least six weeks after undergoing a successful wrist procedure earlier in the day (September 8) is certainly not ideal, but ultimately it was in the captain’s best interest after exhausting all other …

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Camas students have the option of staying entirely at a distance

CAMAS – While most Camas-Washougal families with K-12 students returned to five full days of in-person instruction last week, some have chosen to stay away. “It’s safer,” Fernanda Titcomb said. “And I work from home so I can be there with them.” Titcomb, a Camas mother of two young children …

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Meet a candidate: Beth Weldon

• Name: Beth weldon • Date and place of birth: January 12, 1965, Juneau. • Residence : 56 years old • Education: JDHS, University of Washington, BS in Fisheries • Occupation: Retired Division Manager with Capital City Fire / Rescue, owns Glacier Auto Parts with my husband • Family: Husband, …

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