North Lake Tahoe celebrates Labor Day weekend with drone shows

Drones at a previous show organize a jet with Top Gun music playing in the background.Screenshot of video provided by Great Lakes Drones TAHOE CITY, Calif. – Bespoke drone light shows are planned over Lake Tahoe to celebrate Labor Day weekend and the end of summer in Kings Beach and …

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Erik Sund – Manager of Big Bear Lake City announced

BIG BEAR LAKE, CA – During an adjourned regular session on August 11, 2022, the Big Bear Lake City Council approved an employment contract for new city manager – Erik Sund. Sund comes to the City of Big Bear Lake with over 34 years of community service experience. Most recently, …

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Security National Life Insurance Company joins Live Oak

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SECURITY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY is pleased to announce his new relationship with LIVE OAK BANK, a leading provider of financing for the funeral industry. In an effort to make funeral home refinancing and acquisition financing more readily available to funeral …

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Visit the best sunflower fields in Minnesota

As summer progresses, the state turns yellow with blooming sunflowers. Take a day with these local fields to find your new favorite lot or road trip that hit multiple fields in a day. fish sunflowers Fish Sunflowers’ Johnny Fish is all about spreading the sun. He started his sunflower project …

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The Parking Spot announces new electric shuttle pilot

CHICAGO, Aug. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Parking Spot, the nation’s largest near-airport parking facility, today unveiled its first 100% electric shuttle, which will serve travelers to and from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The new shuttle was developed in cooperation with Global Transportation Solutions, Inc. The Parking Spot …

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We have 21 travel credit cards, here’s what we love about each one

Travel always brightens my days, whether I’m looking back on travel or planning future explorations. I was recently in Santa Barbara for a college reunion. I pedaled along the shore on a beach cruiser, ate fresh seafood and reconnected with friends from long ago. I still bask in the joy …

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Southern soul rocker JJ Gray talks gratitude and tours ahead of Mofro show at GFLA

JJ Gray and Mofro will perform at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater on Sunday. (Photo by Jim Arbogast) Fans heading out to the JJ Gray and Mofro show at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater on Sunday are likely to see a version of the band that’s less unpredictable than concerts in years past. …

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How much does inflation affect those in Utah who have lower incomes?

SALT LAKE CITY –– New inflation figures from the Joint Economic Committee, headed by Senator Mike Lee, show that inflation in Utah is up 15.4% compared to January 2021. DNBA Personal Financial Planner Gerika Espinosa said she sees inflation having a greater impact on low-income families. “Most of their budget …

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Bill Evans returns to Utah with Repertory Dance Theater

Lehi native Bill Evans returns to Utah to celebrate his artistic legacy. Repertory Dance Theater presents a dance evening from September 29th to October 1st at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center to honor their renowned former dancer and choreographer. RDT will present four works by Evans – plus a …

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Take out payday loans during inflation

Inflation in the US peaked at 40-year high in June. While the inflation rate moderated slightly in July, consumers are feeling the pressure of rising prices and there is no guarantee that the current inflation problem has peaked. In the current economic conditions, many Americans are looking for credit, and …

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28th Annual Lake Travis Cleanup will be held on September 11th

Travis County Parks and the Colorado River Alliance are hosting the 28th Annual Lake Travis Cleanup on September 11th. The last purge took place in April and had the participation of 350 volunteers from Texas and Oklahoma. Volunteers came to deep clean styrofoam, microplastics and other trash from Devil’s Cove, …

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Idaho cities reject federal coronavirus relief funds

BOISE (AP) — Sixteen Idaho cities have turned down a total of $700,000 in federal coronavirus rescue grants, and one city that accepted $550,000 may have to return it if it doesn’t approve the issuance. It’s a small portion of the $5.74 billion Idaho received under the $1.9 trillion American …

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A perfect day in San Francisco

San Francisco is many things, but cheap is not one of them. Unless you take advantage of the city’s mild weather and plentiful green spaces, where you can spend a lazy Sunday exploring its rich history and culture, essentially for free. (Food and drinks extra.) Golden Gate Park They say …

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SRS brokers sale of $3 million vacant commercial building in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY – SRS Real Estate Partners’ National Net Lease Group (NNLG) announced it has finalized the sale of a $3 million vacant, 22,874 square foot warehouse/office building on nearly half an acre of land in 47 E has completed 700 S. in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. Jack …

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Despite recession fears, the labor market is “begging for labour”

Salt Lake City — Though the US economy just shrank by two-quarters, fueling fears of a recession, the Utah Department of Workforce Services said the economy still needs more workers, its solid July jobs report showed. “So I’m not really surprised that the labor market, the economy, doesn’t seem to …

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Consul General of Japan Yusuke Shindo, wife visits Marquette | News, Sports, Jobs

Marquette Mayor Pro Tem Cody Mayer, left, presents Consul General Yusuke Shindo with a gift bag on behalf of the city of Marquette. (Diary photo by Brennan White) MARQUETTE — This year marks 43 years of friendship between Marquette and Higashiomi, Japan. Yusuke Shindo, a Japanese …

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Here’s how Utah universities are preparing to tackle monkeypox when classes resume

A vial of the monkeypox vaccine is pictured Wednesday, July 27, at the Salt Lake Public Health Center in Salt Lake City. With an influx of people returning to the state for college, here’s how Utah’s higher education institutions are preparing for the students’ return and how the institutions are …

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become solar? The new program offers discounts for SLC homeowners willing to make the switch

Solar panels cover the garage of a home in Salt Lake City on November 2, 2020. Salt Lake City announced a new program that offers discounted solar options for up to 50 eligible homeowners in the city. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – …

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Obituary: Nancy E. Sawyer – Portland Press Herald

Nancy E Sawyer GRAY — Nancy E. Sawyer, 81, of Gray, died July 28 after a short illness. She was a sister, a mother, an aunt, and a wonderful friend, but was known to all as Nunna. Nancy was born on February 9, 1941 in Princeton, Maine. Her family moved …

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Irving Council approves up to $30 million in incentives for Wells Fargo campus

The Irving City Council has agreed to provide more than $30 million in financial assistance to California banking giant Wells Fargo to build a massive campus for regional offices in Las Colinas. Approval of economic stimulus for the $200 million development passed the Council without discussion and with near-unanimous support. …

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Payday Loans Market Size, Scope and Forecast | Leading Players – Cashfloat, CashNetUSA

Allied Market Research published a report titled “Payday Loan Market by Type (Storefront Payday Loans and Online Payday Loans), Marital Status (Married, Single and Other), and Customer Age (under 21, 21-30, 31-40). , 41–50 and 50+): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030”. 𝐆𝐞𝐭 @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/request-sample/10377 The report provides a …

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Activities in Chicago from August 3rd to 10th

festival fun Smokeout in the windy city, which was named “Festival of the Year” by the Academy of Country Music, returns with an outstanding country music line-up including Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt, Willie Nelson & Family, the reunion of the Turnpike Troubadours, Kip Moore and more. Plus, the …

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President Russell Nelson and other senior LDS leaders will participate in the rededication of the Washington DC Temple

The Oz-like building, which has been closed for major renovations since 2018, welcomed more than 100,000 visitors during a public open house. (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) The Washington DC Temple will be illuminated at dusk in 2021. | Aug 3, 2022 at 6:23 p.m President Russell …

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Gering man drowns at Lake Minatare | Federal State

A 42-year-old Gering man drowned Friday in Lake Minatare State Recreation Area near Minatare, according to information released by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. At around 2:30 p.m., the man jumped off his boat to swim, and as his boat drifted away, he went under. Passengers on his boat …

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Tony Finau dances on the tarmac at SLC Airport after winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic

Tony Finau of the United States poses with the trophy after winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club on July 31, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) SALT LAKE CITY – Tony Finau returned to Utah last night for a …

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Rocket Mortgage Classic keeps Detroit connected

The golf tournament has raised more than $1 million for a digital accessibility initiative in each of the past two years.rocket mortgage A year after Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert created the Rocket Mortgage Classic in his native Detroit, the PGA Tour event found itself at a crossroads: should the …

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Ranking Power Five conferences for most Heisman Trophies won

It is the most coveted individual award in all of American sport, the Heisman Trophy. The Heisman has been around since 1935 and is awarded annually to the most outstanding college football player in the country – specifically in the Football Bowl Subdivision. The Big Ten has a long history …

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Obituary: Mitchell Dean Riggs (Mitch) | The Daily Courier

Mitchell Dean Riggs (Mitch) passed away peacefully, returning home to God on May 31, 2022 after a long battle with a chronic illness. The son of Russell Rodney Riggs and Blanche Florence Olswang Riggs, Mitch was born on August 20, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah. At the age of …

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Ahead of the GFLA concert, Patterson Hood speaks personally about the 14th studio release of Drive-By Truckers |

Drive-By Truckers released their 14th studio album, “Welcome 2 Club XIII,” last month. (Photo by Brantley Guitierrez) When Drive-By Truckers (DBT) hit the studio in late July 2021, they were in the process of releasing an unintended trilogy of albums brimming with socially conscious messages: 2016’s American Band and 2020’s …

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Where to see the Blue Angels at Seafair 2022

What’s more ‘America’s way of celebrating summer as military warships soaring through the sky? The Blue Angels return to Seafair for the first time since 2019, racing across Lake Washington and Seattle for impressive synchronized maneuvers. They’re the most iconic – and loudest – part of the Seafair …

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Philadelphia Food Rescue Organization is developing a scalable food donation model – Food Tank

Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sharing Excess works to salvage and divert surplus food from landfills. With a permanent warehouse, a grocery delivery truck, and its first wholesale partnership, the organization wants to expand its model to cities across the country. Sharing Excess began in 2018 when a group of college …

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“Hijra” Moment: Leaving the Dark Side of Payday Loans – Fri, July 29, 2022

Sri Rahayu Hijrah Hati (The Jakarta Post) BONUS Jakarta ● Fri, July 29, 2022 Indonesia has emerged as a promised land for the development of the mobile payday loan (locally known as Pinjol). Based on data from the Financial Services Authority (OJK), as of April, 122 businesses are offering legitimate …

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Lamb of God taps members of American Nightmare, H2O, Body Count & Youth Code for new song

We’ve teamed up with Lamb of God to bring out an exclusive silver gray marble vinyl variant and limited edition CD picture disc of their new album – pre-order here. Metal giants Lamb Of God have shared the second single and title track from their forthcoming album omenand this one …

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“Welcome to Cleveland”… In Bay View

If you’re flying low into Mitchell International Airport and the wind is blowing in the right direction, you’ll know you’re near Milwaukee when you see the “Welcome to Cleveland” sign at 2893 S. Delaware Ave. It’s the infamous sign on the roof of Mark Gubin’s building, formerly the Bay Theatre. …

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Mason City man sentenced to federal prison for drug conspiracy and armed robbery | USAO-NDIA

A Mason City man who was part of a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and heroin with his father and a separate conspiracy to rob two victims at gunpoint was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison on July 25, 2022. Antione Deandre Maxwell, 34, of Mason City, Iowa, received the …

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Time will tell if states’ ransomware payment bans contain the threat

Written by Benjamin Freed 07/26/2022 | STATESCOOP A law enacted in Florida earlier this month made that state the second to ban public entities from paying claims for ransomware. The new law, passed by lawmakers who had seen several Florida cities paying six-figure bounties for recovering encrypted data, says any …

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OU and Big 12 bowl projections for the 2022 season

The Big 12 performed well in the 2021 bowl season, going 5-2, including a 4-2 record against the Power Five. The postseason concluded with victories for Oklahoma over Oregon, Oklahoma State over Notre Dame, Baylor over Ole Miss, and Texas Tech over Mississippi State. A little over a month into …

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Sundays on State Returns for second year: “The Loop wants to be everyone’s neighborhood” | Chicago News

This weekend saw the takeover of an iconic downtown street. It is the Chicago Loop Alliance’s second annual Sundays on State. Arts correspondent Angel Idowu caught up with some of this year’s artists to share how the South Loop event celebrates the city. From Monroe to Lake, Sundays on State …

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Denver law firm expands Colorado Springs practice

Denver-based Messner Reeves LLP, a full-service commercial and litigation practice with offices across the country, has expanded its presence in Colorado Springs with new office space and two newly formed local attorneys. Brenda L. Bartels and Amber Blasingame of the well-known and now-defunct law firm Hanes & Bartels will help …

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USOPC election has far-reaching implications

The USOPC held an election earlier this month that was significant for a number of reasons but may have been lost in summer plans. Goldman Sachs executive and former LA28 CEO on July 8th Gene Syke was elected and replaced as the next Chairman of the USOPC Board of Directors …

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Tony Finau wins 3M Open for third win on PGA Tour

SALT LAKE CITY – Tony Finau won the 3M Open after a final round of four under par to win the 3M Open by five shots. Finau earned $1,350,000 with the win. The win marked Finau’s third career PGA Tour win. He most recently won at The Northern Trust on …

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North Dakota Wild and Fish Stocked Lakes Statewide

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) — Fisheries employees at the Department of Wildlife and Fish have been busy stocking lakes across the state. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department manages around 450 lakes statewide, which means the two federal hatcheries are busy raising walleye fishlings for stocking and future fishing opportunities. …

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Utah joins several states recognizing Muslim American Heritage Month

People gather in Times Square on February 19, 2017 in support of Muslim Americans and a protest against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies. A statement declaring July as Utah’s Muslim American Heritage Month recognizes the contributions and needs of Muslim Americans. (Andres Kudacki, AP photo) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes …

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Minnesota’s abortion clinic braces itself for a barrage of out-of-states

A clinic escort outside the WE Health Clinic in Duluth, Minnesota awaits the arrival of patients Thursday, July 7, 2022. Clinic escorts protect patients from protesters as they approach and enter the clinic. (AP Photo/Derek Montgomery) Derek Montgomery AP DULUTH, Minn. On the top floor of a modest two-story brick …

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Comerica Bank Sells 2,498 Shares of Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN)

Comerica Bank cut its stake in Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Rating) by 7.1% in the first quarter, according to its recent Form 13F filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The company owned 32,567 shares of the financial services provider after selling 2,498 shares during the quarter. Comerica …

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News about the city

Palmetto Electric hosts chamber event The Palmetto Electric Cooperative honored the Hampton County Chamber of Commerce at their annual dinner held July 12 at the TG and Allie Stanley Performing Arts Center. Frankie Denmark (Wild Hog BBQ) provided dinner. During the event, the Chamber recognized several outstanding young students, including …

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Delic Holdings highlights financial success and continues to expand KWC

headquartered in Vancouver, Delic Holdings Corp. (CSE: DELC) (OTCQB: DELCF) (FRA: 6X0) has achieved a number of notable successes over the past two years. The company continues to be financially successful and solidifies its status as a pioneer in the psychedelic therapeutics industry. Delic provided a corporate update on recent …

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“It’s very impressive, but it means nothing to me”

Call me smug, but I think we can safely classify this as “nothing shocking.” Steven Wilson the newly reunited British prog metal band porcupine tree sat down for an interview Hack music theory recently and shared some of his thoughts on guitar playing, particularly the fast shredder style that is …

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Proponents Call for Restrictions on “Predatory” Payday Loans | local news

Advocates of local nonprofits plan to ask Mankato City Council to impose interest rate caps on so-called “predatory” payday lenders. Payday loans, which typically amount to $500 or less, give borrowers quick money that can be paid off in full by their next paycheck at high interest rates. Critics say …

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Experts advise avoiding payday loans

BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) – As we see the highest inflation in four decades, you’re trying to break the bank, but financial experts are encouraging any way to pay bills except a payday loan. A payday loan might sound great since it’s basically instant cash when you need it, but …

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The Ministry of Public Security sees an increase in threats, particularly against officials

According to the Ministry of Public Security, there has been a rise in threat cases. The number of threats the agency is investigating has increased over the past year, many of them targeting Utah lawmakers. (Annie Barker, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — There has …

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Cities pay farmers to install efficient irrigation systems

Comment: Unsustainable water practices, drought and climate change are causing a water crisis across the US Southwest. Solving this problem will require major intervention to help farmers use less water – and cities can help. “Are you running out of water?” is the first question people ask when they find …

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Michigan Campaign to Curb Short Signatures for Payday Loans

LANSING – State election officials say a campaign to limit payday loans did not yield enough valid signatures to qualify for the November election. Michiganders for Fair Lending submitted approximately 392,000 signatures on June 1 for the initiated bill report Released to the Board of State Recruiters late last week, …

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Lake City Bank Announces New Promotion, Hiring – InkFreeNews.com

press release Denise M Eldridge WARSAW – Lake City Bank recently announced a new promotion and hiring. Denise M. Eldridge has been promoted to Commercial Loan Operations Officer. In her position, Eldridge supports the day-to-day operations of the credit operations team to ensure quality customer service, transaction booking and client …

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Lakeland Financial (LKFN) will release quarterly results on Monday

Lakeland Financial (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Rating) is expected to release its quarterly earnings data before the market opens on Monday, July 25th. Analysts expect the company to report earnings of $0.95 per share for the quarter. Lakeland Financial (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Rating) last released its earnings results on Monday, April …

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This week in Geek (18/07/22 – 24/07/22)

Posted in Events by Jon Carnes on July 17, 2022 Welcome to This Week in Geek, your guide to events of interest to the Minnesota geek community for the week of Monday 18th July through Sunday 24th July. (jump to in-person events) virtual events The Truth About Sharks starring Melissa …

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Lake City Arts Festival Celebrating Local Artists | news

PLATTSBURGH – The public will have the opportunity to experience what Plattsburgh’s arts scene has to offer at a new festival event this August. The Lake City Arts Festival is a new event hosted by the City of Plattsburgh in partnership with The Plattsburgh Arts Coalition. The festival will take …

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name deletion | Paul Barenfus Joins Credit Union – Santa Cruz Sentinel

The Santa Cruz Community Credit Union on Wednesday added Paul Barenfus to its senior team as chief lending officer. Barenfus comes to the credit union with more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry, most recently as Commercial Relationship Manager at Fremont Bank. According to a press release …

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Local Accident Reports – InkFreeNews.com

Local Accident Reports – InkFreeNews.com ↓ JAVASCRIPT IS DISABLED. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to view this page optimally. post navigation Kosciusko County Officials from the Kosciusko County Sheriff‘s Office investigated the following accident: 4:03 a.m. Friday, July 15, SR 13, north of CR 150N, Warsaw. Driver: Laura C. …

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The 2030 Olympic bid could run into trouble

Breadcrumb Trail Links news local news The report, addressed to the city council, cites time, manpower and resource limitations and missing details. A snowboarder flies through the Olympic Rings, releasing an explosion of snow and ice during the Opening Ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics at BC Place. Photo by …

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With the threat of the Great Salt Lake, are golf courses a luxury Utah can no longer afford?

Editor’s note • This story published for the first time on July 23, 2021. It has been updated with new data and re-released in light of ongoing Utah water concerns and the Great Salt Lake hitting another record low. Utah has experienced another hot, dry summer preceded by many other …

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WebBank invests $250 million in Avant to support credit card program growth

By Edlyn Cardoza today avant Avant credit card credit card receivables WebBank recently announced that it has committed to invest up to $250 million in the liabilities of an Avant-sponsored securitization structure backed by credit card receivables. The investment will be used to meet continued demand and growth of WebBank’s …

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Crucial Stretch arrives with Welcome Return to Toronto

Welcome back Toronto. If it seems like it’s been forever since the NTT INDYCAR SERIES last held the Honda Indy Toronto at the storied Exhibition Place, it almost is. Today marks the three year anniversary. Sunday marks 1,099 days since the last green flag flew on the streets of Canada’s …

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Judge denies bail for 2 suspects allegedly found with 100 fraudulent gift cards – St George News

Composite Image | St George News ST. GEORGE – Two suspects were denied bail reductions during a hearing on Tuesday after they were arrested last week for multiple offenses related to a financial card scheme. File photo for illustration purposes only of City of Washington Police Officers responding to an …

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Tyler Hubbard joins Keith Urban’s fall tour

through Cindy Watts 33 minutes ago Tyler Hubbard just traded one tour mate for another. After a decade as one half of the Florida Georgia Line, Hubbard is embarking on a solo career with a new project — and a new tour. However, this time he’s playing shows with Keith …

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14 LGBTQ+ Pride celebrations in rural or small-town America

In rural areas, about 3.8 million LGBTQ+ residents make up about a fifth of the population, according to a study published in 2019 by the Movement Advancement Project, a non-profit think tank dedicated to promoting equality and justice. Some experts believe the number is likely even higher. Although there is …

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Bailard Inc. Sells 60 Shares of Extra Space Storage Inc. (NYSE:EXR)

Bailard Inc. reduced its stake in Extra Space Storage Inc. (NYSE:EXR – Get Rating) by 3.2% in the first quarter, the company said in its most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The institutional investor owned 1,813 shares of the real estate investment trust after selling 60 shares …

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An NJ man faces a new stabbing trial after the Eagles’ 2018 win

MOUNT HOLLY — An appeals court has ordered a new trial for a man named Supreme Life, who was convicted of stabbing shortly after the Philadelphia Eagles won the 2018 Super Bowl. The court cited that an assistant prosecutor had repeatedly called the defendant a liar and also cited errors …

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Hotels report rising occupancy rates as Carlisle enters another tourism season

CARLISLE Hotels have reported increasing occupancy rates this year as tourists flock to the city for the summer. Carlisle thrives as a gateway to neighboring tourist hotspots during the busy parts of the year. Dubbed the ‘City of Lakes’, some see it as a cheaper visitor alternative to hotel stays …

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🌱New Football Team Changing Rooms + Avon Lake PD Get a new patrolman

Hello, everyone! It’s Karena Garrity, your host of the Avon-Avon Lake Daily – back in your inbox with everything printable about what’s happening on the ground. Follow us for the latest… First today’s weather: Beautiful with lots of sunshine. High: 80 Low: 63. Here are the top three stories from …

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Virginia Retirement Systems ET AL Sells 16,400 Shares of PROG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PRG)

Virginia Retirement Systems ET AL reduced its holding in PROG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PRG – Get Rating) by 36.2% in the first quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company owned 28,900 shares of the company’s stock after selling 16,400 …

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Mongolian rock sensation THE HU announce new album

Pioneering Mongolian rock group THE HU have announced details of their long-awaited sophomore album RUMBLE OF THUNDER, recorded through Better Noise Music, and released a new single called “Black Thunder” along with an official music video. The band’s 12-track second studio album is due out September 2 and includes “This …

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The White Rock Lake Museum needs to move and come back stronger

In 2004, a storage room at the Bath House Cultural Center became the White Rock Lake Museum. Now, in 2022, the museum will be put into temporary storage. It’s a change that many of the museum’s supporters have fought against, but the fight must now shift from fighting to staying …

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‘The place to spend your whole Friday night’: Arts program Coeur d’Alene Emerge gears up for the return of the annual Block Party

After a fire, a pandemic, a move and a name change, Emerge Coeur d’Alene’s annual one-night arts festival returns to Lake City on Friday. In January 2020, a fire devastated several shops in Coeur d’Alene, forcing the Emerge art studio and education space to relocate. Director Jeni Riplinger-Hegsted said just …

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Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst was kind enough to warn against noise

Nobody likes to be shocked by explosive noises. Last month, many people within a twenty-mile radius of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst were awakened by heavy artillery fire early Sunday morning. It was one of the many weapons drills regularly held at the base. People who live nearby can tell you all …

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City postpones art pedestal project, citing rising costs | government and politics

ELCO DAILY ELKO — Proposed art shows in downtown Elko are being postponed after the Redevelopment Agency decided to focus on sidewalk renovations instead. The RDA voted 3-1 to hold back on the pedestals after city planner Cathy Laughlin said bids could fetch over $100,000. Although the RDA authorized city …

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Postcards from a trip across America

Paddle from the Rocky River in Cleveland into Lake Erie. Our only mistake so far: A sign on Highway 20 showed the way there The world’s largest popcorn ball in Sac City, Iowa. Unfortunately, with an 11-hour drive to Denver ahead of us, we moved on. That misjudgment aside, our …

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The new Irving office campus will house 4,000 employees

A huge Irving development that would house thousands of workers was approved by the city‘s planning commission. The 50+ acre project is planned to be built near the corner of West Las Colinas Boulevard and Promenade Parkway in Las Colinas. The office campus would house workers from banking giant Wells …

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Cwm LLC Reduces Position in Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN)

Cwm LLC reduced its stake in Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Rating) stock by 19.0% in the first quarter, HoldingsChannel.com reports. The company owned 22,320 shares of the financial services provider after selling 5,251 shares during the quarter. Cwm LLC’s holdings in Lakeland Financial were worth $1,629,000 at the …

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Let’s check South Seneca Wingstop location!

Let’s check wing stop! Wingstop is a national chicken wing chain founded in 1994 in Garland, TX. They began franchising in 1997 and today have over 1,250 locations across the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. There are three locations …

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Fort Worth’s Fourth Fireworks Display – Welcome to the city of Fort Worth

Next date: Monday, July 04, 2022 | 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m Celebrate Independence Day with an evening of festive food and beverages, live music, children’s activities and the largest fireworks show in North Texas July 4th at Fort Worth’s Fourth. The Panther Island Pavilion is open from 5-10 p.m …

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Renalytix Releases Financial Report – GuruFocus.com

NEW YORK and SALT LAKE CITY, June 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Renalytix plc (RNLX) (LSE: RENX) announced today that the Company reported its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal 2022 on Thursday, June 30 2022, publish before IPO will be open. The Company will host a related …

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In Buffalo, empty warehouses are being replaced by new apartments

BUFFALO — Buffalo was at a decades-long economic turning point when a racially motivated gunman attack in May killed 10 and overshadowed progress. As the city mourned, it also faced unflattering portrayals of the East Side, the impoverished neighborhood where the massacre took place. These harsh attitudes only tell part …

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Storm Lake introduces mandatory water use restrictions

STORM LAKE, Iowa (KCAU) – Storm Lake City Council has acted to impose partially mandatory water use restrictions. The city council made the decision on Friday due to high water consumption during an extended period of hot and dry weather. The city issued a statement saying an immediate reduction is …

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Derby is rehiring the city’s embattled finance director

DERBY — The city‘s finance director, Agata Herasiwicz, can get her job back — if she wants it. Herasiwicz was reinstated in her position on Wednesday after a sometimes tense meeting of the Board of Aldermen & Alderwomen. The board voted 8-1 to reinstate her, despite an objection from Mayor …

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Steve DeBry and Bill Lee lose reelection candidacy in Salt Lake, Utah

Challengers in Salt Lake and Utah counties have solid leadership in Council and Commission competitions. Salt Lake County Council member Steve DeBry, left, follows Riverton City Council member Sheldon Stewart in the Republican primary for District 5 of the Salt Lake County Council. | Jul 1, 2022 at 12:14 am …

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