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Vermillion “In A Good Space”

The former Henderson City Councilwoman says she feels much better about herself and her life following a week of treatment
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(photo: KXNT archive)

(photo: KXNT archive)

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(Henderson, NV) – The former Henderson City Councilwoman who also stepped away from the “Partnership For Homeless Youth” charity she founded spoke to KXNT’s Kevin Wall on the “Live and Local” show Thursday afternoon, saying she feels much better about herself and her life following a week of treatment by a doctor in Alaska that also included relaxation and enjoying the outdoors. Kathleen Vermillion says she’s starting sobriety classes next week and that she fully expects inquiries into the finances of the charity will turn up nothing. She also told Wall that while she’s dropped all legal action against ex-boyfriend County Commissi0ner Steve Sisolak, the two have “parted ways” from what she called a “toxic relationship.”

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