Travel Thursday: Can You Legally Live in An RV on Your Property In Idaho?

by Nate Bird Over the last few years, the prices of houses in Idaho have been climbing. This has led some people to consider selling their homes and making a nice profit. The problem then becomes, finding a new home at a reasonable price so you can save some money from your initial home sale.Continue reading “Travel Thursday: Can You Legally Live in An RV on Your Property In Idaho?”

Here’s Why I’m Celebrating Banned Books Week

By Barack Obama From the time I first learned to read, books have played an essential role in how I experience the world. Reading Toni Morrison as a college student — novels like The Bluest Eye and Song of Solomon — changed me. Discovering writers like Mark Twain or James Baldwin revealed something essential to me about our country’sContinue reading “Here’s Why I’m Celebrating Banned Books Week”

What moves us ‘closer to the unfortunate finish line of getting long Covid’

by Sandee LaMotte, CNN (CNN)You may have up to a 50% higher risk of developing long Covid-19 if you suffer from common psychiatric issues such as anxiety or depression, a recent study found. Signs of the malady can include breathing problems, brain fog, chronic coughing, changes in taste and smell, overwhelming fatigue, difficulties in performingContinue reading “What moves us ‘closer to the unfortunate finish line of getting long Covid’”

Stimulus 2022: Deadline to apply for $1,000 direct one-time payment just nine days away

by Asher Notheis, Breaking News Reporter  |     | September 06, 2022 10:49 AM Maryland residents have only a little more than a week to claim a Student Loan Debt Relief Tax Credit of up to $1,000. Eligible people living in the state have until Sept. 15 to apply for the tax credit intended to help people in Maryland who tookContinue reading “Stimulus 2022: Deadline to apply for $1,000 direct one-time payment just nine days away”