Renaissance On Main, February 10, 2016
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TruWealth Financial to relocate to Renaissance On Main. While many lament a regional slowdown, the boutique financial planning firm, TruWealth Financial, has had a milestone year. Early this year, the firm spent significant time and energy to improve their clients' access to a greater variety of products and services when they changed their broker/dealer and secured a partnership with Lebenthal Wealth Advisors, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of New York-based Lebenthal Holdings, LLC. Since then, owners Brent Lee and Brion Norby have added three homegrown professionals to their team and they have secured new office space in the new Renaissance On Main building.
Free money. The Williston City Commission has approved grant requests totaling $50,000 for 15 nonprofit projects in the Williston region. The commission approved the funding requests at its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2016. Each year, the Williston STAR Fund board of directors conducts a thorough review of projects seeking Community Enhancement funding. In order to qualify for the CE grants, the group applying for the funding must be able to show how their project improves the quality of life in Williston by stimulating economic growth, promoting tourism and / or creating jobs.
Enrollment record. For the second year in a row, Williston State College (WSC) has broken its spring enrollment record, based on the fourth week census totals released Tuesday, February 9, 2016. Full-time students have increased by 21% over 2015, leading to a 14% increase of scheduled credit hours.
I couldn't be in a better mood; I am thrilled.
I have always wondered what it would cost to get a windshield replaced. I was surprised how inexpensive it is -- at least here in north Texas.