Leonardo DiCaprio’s Former Assistant Reveals What It’s Like To Work For Him

Leonardo DiCaprio may be one of Hollywood’s most famous men but he’s an expert at keeping his private life hidden. We have gotten a sneak peek into his relationships through paparazzi photos and the occasional interview but perhaps the biggest clue about what DiCaprio really like comes from someone who worked closely with him at … Read more

Hollifield: And now for the latest science news | Local News

Scott Hollifield Reads Newspapers With brilliant and dedicated researchers working around the clock publishing their results on multiple platforms in many languages ​​we don’t understand, how can we keep up with the latest scientific advances that impact our lives? It’s difficult, especially when we live in a day and age when we are easily distracted … Read more

Friends remember Saunders County deputy | Latest News

By Tammy Real-Mckeighan Fremont Tribune CEDAR BLUFFS – Most people knew Jeff Hermanson as a deputy, or a firefighter or a K9 handler. But besides being a great friend, he was also a duck blind custodian and garage sale buddy to Cody Kavan. “We lost one of the best,” Kavan said quietly on a recent … Read more

Tyro man recognized for community service at Fleetwood center | Latest News

A Tyro man is being honored for his work restoring the historic Fleetwood Elementary School. Matthew Allen of Tyro is the first recipient of the Bob West-Sarah Jane Stewart Volunteer Community Service Award, for his work in helping restore the historic Fleetwood Elementary School, now known as Fleetwood Community Center. The award was established jointly … Read more

Supervisors OK county budget without additional $1M to schools | Latest News

The Nelson County Board of Supervisors on June 27 approved and appropriated a county budget that does not include the additional $1 million toward education the board committed earlier in the month. At the beginning of the board’s discussions on school funding, Supervisor Tommy Harvey had supported only $1 million of the $3.4 million increase … Read more

Getting their lives back: Culpeper Drug Court participants start strong | Latest News

“How are you doing today?” she asked Retired Circuit Judge Susan Whitlock, presiding over the newly formed Culpeper County Circuit Drug Court during the April 12 hearing. She frequently starts her interactions with drug court participants in this way. “Looks like you had a good week,” Whitlock said. “25 days substance-free.” Applause in the gallery … Read more

Social Security’s actuarial report contains this bad news

The latest report on the financial status of the Social Security system, released this week, is a silver lining in a very dark cloud. Yet most of the financial media’s instant reactions and quick takes have focused on that silver lining and ignored the dark cloud. And that’s unfortunate. By concluding that the Social Security … Read more

The good news: Americans’ financial security soared last year. The bad news: That may be due to this lucrative, but temporary tax break

Parents, especially those in lower-income households, said they were doing a lot better financially last year, and the government’s expanded child-tax credits may have played a significant part in that. That’s according to a Federal Reserve report, based on the annual national Survey of Household Economics and Decisionmaking (SHED), mostly based on data collected last … Read more

YCDC’s 17 County Leadership Program soon to start second class | Latest News

YORK — In 2020 and 2021, York County Development Corporation (YCDC) organized the 17 County Leadership Program with the help of Cultivate Rural Leaders. The program has since transitioned to being run by Dr. Shannon Leinen, professor of York College’s Master of Arts in Organizational and Global Leadership program. Up to 17 leaders will be … Read more

Catawba Valley Furniture Academy recognizes latest graduates | Local Business News

HICKORY — The Catawba Valley Furniture Academy celebrated the success of its newest graduates recently. Graduates for three different types of certificates were recognized during the ceremony held for the Catawba Valley Furniture Academy, which is a partnership between Catawba Valley Community College and major western North Carolina furniture manufacturers. Completing the Sewing Certificate were … Read more