CREATED 5:43 AM A safety reminder from Wisconsin Public Service before starting home improvement projects this time of the year.Before putting a shovel into the ground, you must call the 811 diggers hotline. WPS says knowing where your utility lines are buried can help protect you from getting electrocuted. All you have to do is call 811.
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Exposure-based therapies have been shown to be a promising form of treatment , said Skip Rizzo, a psychologist at the University of Southern California’s Institute for Creative Technologies in Los Angeles, who is leading the work. “The [virtual reality] format may appeal to a generation of service members who have grown up with the digital world, and feel comfortable with it,” Rizzo said. In addition, the virtual-reality program is wireless, making it convenient for veterans to use, he added.
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G TV and Appliances store is being redeveloped to accommodate a fast-food restaurant, a convenience store with gas pumps, a bank and retail spaces including one that was earmarked for the appliances store. The initial plan called for the store to be temporarily relocated to the stores warehouse on Eggerts Crossing Road while the redevelopment project was under way, but it was decided to find a permanent home for the business. Ms. Schaeffer jumped at the chance to move into Worldwide Wholesale Floor Coverings building.
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According to Hirsch, if your overall home is too small, it makes sense to embark on multiple projects at once. “If you’re doing a kitchen, you’ll probably want work done on a bathroom and a family room, too,” he said. “If you’re going to mess up the house, you might as well do it all at once.” He added that removing the wall between the kitchen and the family room is very much in vogue – “It gives you an open floor plan that’s nice for entertaining.” Tesauro said, “Adding extra room to make your kitchen or family room larger is not only popular but practical, in the sense that these are the main living areas, the rooms where the family gathers the most. So yes, these are the most sought-after additions.” She said another popular choice is to build out to add another bathroom.
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