Wisconsin’s defensive depth map in Ohio state

Big Ten plays for the 2022 Wisconsin Badgers, and there’s no tougher test than their first. On Saturday night, Wisconsin will take on Ohio State in primetime Columbus. What Will Wisconsin’s Defense Look Like Saturday Night? In terms of what needs to happen, the recipe is simple. Execution will be …

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Visit these 10 stunning cities in Australia

Few places capture the imagination of adventurous travelers quite like Australia. Home to rare flora and fauna found only here, this land of dramatic geographies and prehistoric roots is a bastion of must-see destinations. To immerse yourself in the magic of Australia, a transpacific flight is worthwhile. Thanks to the …

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5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check Guaranteed and Instant Approval, Same Day Cash in 2022

Payday loans with no credit check can be a lifesaver for anyone who cannot cover the expenses of something important. Whether you need to pay bills or want to go on vacation, no credit check payday loans are what you need. Do you know if there are Payday Loans near …

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“I will read them all.” Elementary school students appreciate book donations during Bernie’s Book Bank Crosstown Charity Walk

Elementary school student Isaris Ramos smiled as she sorted her bag of eight new books. A fantasy novel, comic book and illustrated biography by Albert Einstein. “I’ll read them all when I get home,” said Isaris, a sixth grader at Jahn Elementary School in Lake View. Isaris was among a …

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Turning Points in the Story of Short Creek.

1890 – An official manifesto by Church President Wilford Woodruff discourages all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from plural marriage, helping to pave the way for Utah’s eventual statehood in 1896. Many church members continue to live their marriages in polygamous marriages, but over time …

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Best Loans with No Credit Check: Top 10 Lending Companies for Payday Loans and Bad Credit Loans with Guaranteed Approval

When you are in dire need of money and have nowhere to get it because of your bad credit, the world might look bleak. Unfortunately, traditional lenders rarely accept applicants who do not have a top-notch credit history. So how could you solve your tight cash situation? Here comes the …

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Galileo extends payment risk platform with DataVisor

Platform unlocks new DataVisor partnership and Galileo’s risk assessment fraud engine to help customers proactively mitigate payment risk SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Galileo Financial Technologies, LLC, a leading financial technology company owned and operated independently of SoFi Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFI), has partnered its Galileo Payment Risk Platform with DataVisor, a …

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Louisiana’s largest coastal project “at the two-yard line,” CPRA says

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) — Southwest of Morgan City, a channel cut from the Atchafalaya River in the 1940s accidentally created a brand new delta. No one expected it, but proponents of using the Mississippi to develop land often point to the Wax Lake Outlet. “This is tremendous habitat,” said David …

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Westminster is no longer a college, but receives a university award

Westminster College will usher in its next era as Westminster University after the university’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the change at a meeting last week. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Westminster College has called Salt Lake City home for almost 150 …

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Man arrested after ‘accidentally’ stabbing two homeless people in Salt Lake City

The suspect, who is also homeless, is being held without bail, according to court documents. (Salt Lake City Police Department) A Salt Lake City Patrol vehicle at a crime scene. Salt Lake City police on Saturday, September 17, 2022 arrested a 32-year-old man suspected of stabbing two homeless people to …

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DUBAI EXPERIENCES INCREASING DEMAND FOR FLEXIBLE OFFICE SPACE SOLUTIONS

OBC is experiencing a shift in tenant demographics amid a changing office usage landscape Increased demand drives OBC’s expansion into Emaar Square, Downtown Dubai Dubai, United Arab Emirates, September 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Prior to 2020, the general belief was that offices were critical to productivity, culture and advancing the …

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Jaguars linebacker Devin Lloyd scores first interception of his career

Indianapolis Colts’ Kylen Granson #83 carries the ball against Jacksonville Jaguars’ Devin Lloyd #33 in the first half at TIAA Bank Field on September 18, 2022 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images) (Photo by Mike Carlson/Getty Images) SALT LAKE CITY – Devin Lloyd, former Utah Utes and current …

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Iconic giant sculpture “On Balance” donated to the Lake Michigan town of Kenosha | local news

SPECIAL TO THE KENOSHA NEWS One of the popular sculptures that is part of the temporary outdoor exhibit along the City of Kenosha’s Lake Michigan Boardwalk now has a permanent home here. Patricia Petretti, a founder of the Arts Fund, which coordinates the biannual Sculpture Walk-HarborPark, donated “On Balance,” created …

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Peachtree City’s 2nd Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival

On October 1, 2022, Peachtree City will host its second annual HispanicHeritage Festival to proudly represent Fayette County’s 8,000 Hispanic residents.The local initiative started with a single vision of two career moms – Maricela Laverdeand Mariana Campos. A potluck picnic for families and friends at Lake McIntosh SixYears ago, gathering …

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This is the wealthiest school district in Utah

September 15, 2022 School spending inequalities have been a contentious issue in the American public education system for decades. Because public schools typically get the bulk of their funding from local sources like property taxes, wealthy counties are often better funded than poorer ones. While studies have shown that higher …

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Millcreek is ready to accept a new temporary homeless shelter

Muehlbach • Concerned residents are sprawling over a corner of the same tiny empty library in Millcreek, where some of Utah’s vulnerable will sleep warmly in the worst of winter. The news that this suburban community near Salt Lake City will host up to 100 homeless adults every night from …

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10 things to do in Northeast Ohio during the last weekend of summer September 16-19

CLEVELAND – Temperatures are dropping, so grab a jacket and get out and enjoy one of these Northeast Ohio activities. The Crocker Park Wine Festival A benefit to University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, the Crocker Park Wine Festival features more than 150 wines from local, national and international …

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The US Water Alliance recognizes eight individuals and organizations committed to water justice

Healthy Community Services’ Water Wise 7th Ward Project Selected for US Water Prize The US Water Alliance, a Kresge Environmental Program grantee, has announced the winners of its annual 2022 US Water Prize. This coveted award recognizes eight individuals and organizations across the country who are driving innovation in the …

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The file: summary of the district court for 15.9.22

Chesterfield Circuit Court Kapitus Servicing, Inc. v. Ohana Enterprises, LLC d/b/a Bargain Corner; and David OhanaPlaintiff says the South Carolina company is in default on a loan agreement and is seeking judgment for the principal amount of $102,500.Attorneys: Nhon H. Nguyen and Charles D. Waters of Nguyen|BallatoSubmitted: 08/25/2022CL22002892 Red Target, …

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Bobbie Lee Jennings aged 85 from Lake City – WYSH AM 1380

Bobbie Lee Jennings, aged 85, of Lake City, died at her home on September 7, 2022. Bobbie was born in Anderson County on February 10, 1937 to the late Robert Johnson and Ethel Elkins. She was a Baptist and a member of the Clear Branch Baptist Church. She was employed …

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Maine Tourism Conference Set for Bangor October 19, 20

The inaugural Maine-Stay 2022 conference was announced earlier this month and will take place on October 19th and 20th at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. The conference will offer new insights and fresh data to owners, executives and decision-makers of tourism and hospitality businesses, as well as convey emerging …

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Hispanic Heritage Month begins Thursday. That’s how they celebrate in Utah

A dancer from Weber State University’s Ballet Folklorico dances during the Dia de los Muertos en Ogden Festival November 5, 2021. The festival is one of many events held throughout Utah in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. (Sam Crump) Estimated reading time: 9-10 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — There’s plenty …

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Cheaper gas likely put the brakes on high US inflation for a second month

WASHINGTON (AP) — A sign that the painful inflation of the past 18 months may be starting to ease may come on Tuesday, when the government is expected to report that U.S. price acceleration in August slowed for the second year-on-year month in a row has slowed . Economists have …

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Cash Advance Apps vs. Payday Loans: Which is Better?

When you picture a payday rental company, you might think of a mall storefront with green dollar signs and neon slogans like “Payday for every day.” You probably don’t imagine a mobile app advertising on TikTok and sporting a colorful logo. but cash advance apps like Earnin and Dave offer …

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In arid northern Mexico, the Colorado River adds to the insecurity

Editor’s note: This is part of a collaborative series on the Colorado River as the 100th anniversary of the historic Colorado River Compact approaches. The Associated Press, The Colorado Sun, The Albuquerque Journal, The Salt Lake Tribune, The Arizona Daily Star and The Nevada Independent are collaborating to examine pressures …

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$500 Payday Loans Online: Guaranteed Bad Credit Approval at Gad Capital

Customers can get payday loans from direct lenders as short-term personal loans. Depending on the point in time, the period ends with your next payment or 31 days after the loan agreement. Depending on the contract, it rarely exceeds 31 days. The borrower must pay the check to the lender. …

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Steamboat voters aren’t just mountain folk weighing in STR taxes this fall

Following approval by Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday, July 19th, the question of whether to impose a 9% tax on short-term rental stays is in the hands of voters.John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today Steamboat Springs won’t be the only mountain town deciding whether to introduce new taxes on …

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Avon takes home SOUPer Bowl, Silver Rail trophies: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville

Avon Lake, Ohio The communities of Avon and Avon Lake came together in a spirit of friendly competition, raising food and cash donations for Avon/Avon Lake Community Resource Services (CRS). The 12th Annual CRS SOUPer Bowl was another successful initiative, with the winning community taking home the SOUPer Bowl trophy. …

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Ames Lake now offers rarely accessible kayak and canoe launches

AMES, Iowa (AP) – Ada Hayden Heritage Park Lake in Ames is now home to one of the few accessible kayak and canoe launches in the state. The launch allows wheelchair users or those with other mobility issues to more easily transfer to a canoe or kayak to paddle the …

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Brad Gent’s battle with ALS is over, he is missing

Photo: Brad Gent. Source: Vail Valley Foundation Facebook We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Brad Gent. Ghent, who bravely fought ALS for five years, has succumbed to the disease. He died surrounded by his family on September 3, 2022 at the age of 69. He has had …

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The artist is planning a gallery in Iowa City that will focus on Indigenous art

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Decades from when Johnson County was nothing more than wilderness and hunting grounds for Native American tribes, a historic building in Iowa City is being reclaimed as a future site of Native American art, history and culture. The Indigenous Peoples Art Gallery and Café has …

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Rockwall Area Chamber of Commerce Presents Leadership Rockwall Class of 2023 – Blue Ribbon News

ROCKWALL, TX (September 9, 2022) – The Rockwall Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the Leadership Rockwall Class of 2023 Orientation and Alumni Mixer on September 7th in the newly renovated Rockwall Rotary Hall. Leadership This year’s Rockwall 20 participants will participate in a nine-month program that will include a combination …

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The Graham Foundation Announces the 2022 Organizational Grants Winners

After announcing the 56 individual grantees for 2022 in May, the Chicago-based nonprofit Graham Foundation has announced 36 award-winning projects — exhibitions, public programs, publications, digital initiatives including podcasts and more — led by organizations dedicated to US$338,000 – Dollars in scholarships will be shared this year. While the list …

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Your Dream General Conference Headlines; Are More Anti-BYU Boycotts Coming?

The Mormon Land Newsletter is the Salt Lake Tribune‘s weekly highlight reel covering developments in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Keep supporting us Patreon and get exclusive access to religious content for Tribune subscribers only, expanded newsletters, podcast transcripts and more. Generally speaking General conference …

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Scammers are now targeting payday loans

HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) — Scammers are advancing their methods to target the bank accounts of hard-working Americans, and payday loans are the latest move. These types of loans are aimed at people who need a quick fix or something to make ends meet until their next payday. The BBB says …

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Ernst and Young Selects Carterra CEO Josh Eckman as the Winner of the 2022 Entrepreneur of the Year® Mountain West Award

SALT LAKE CITY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Ernst & Young LLP (EY) has selected Josh Eckman, CEO of Carterra, as the winner of the 2022 Entrepreneur of the Year® Mountain West Award. EY Entrepreneur of the Year is one of the preeminent competitive awards for entrepreneurs and leaders of high-growth companies. An independent panel …

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Kenneth Lee Norton | Southeast Iowa Union

Tuesday September 6, 2022 Kenneth Lee Norton Kenneth Lee Norton Fairfield Kenneth Lee Norton, a lifelong resident of Fairfield, Iowa, passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 18, 2022 with his family by his side. A memorial service is scheduled for September 10 at 2:00 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, led …

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Take down the Antiquities Act

Editor’s Note • This story is available only to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. The goal of a lawsuit Utah officials filed last month against President Joe Biden’s restoration of two protected landscapes isn’t just to cut a total of 2 million acres from Bears …

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WNCC volleyball sweeps CSI, Northwest – CENTRAL

CHOOSE REGION rectangleCreated with Sketch. news The Western Nebraska Community College Volleyball fourth-place finisher recovered from his first loss of the season on Friday night and won two sweeps on Saturday on the final day of the Crystal “Inn” vitaional at Salt Lake Community College. Sunday, September 4, 2022 9:09 …

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The Utah Festival celebrates classical music and dance from India and also crosses cultures.

Jyothsna Sainath, rehearsing on the black floor of her vinyl-lined studio at her Salt Lake City home, is a picture of grace. Through a window in the studio space one gets a glimpse of the green trees in their yard. When a rare summer breeze flutters by, the branches sway, …

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans No Credit Check Guaranteed Same Day Approval 2022

For Americans with less than stellar credit, finding online credit in the midst of a financial hiccup may seem impossible. You can look for a seemingly “easy” way out by searching online for no credit check payday loans. These loans are the unicorn of finance; everyone has heard of them, …

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11 Fall Festivals are arriving in Charlotte soon

What better time or place for outdoor festivals than fall in North Carolina? Festivals are coming up so you can get some fresh air – without sweating your bum – and socialize. It’s hard to say what we crave more. charlottedragonboat.com September 9th and 10thYiasou Greek FestivalFrom September 9th to …

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Postcard from the Czech Republic – walking across the longest suspension bridge in the world

Despite their soaring name, the Eagle Mountains in the Czech Republic are more like beautiful rolling hills. At least that’s how I felt until I stepped on the longest suspension bridge in the world, taking in the deep view and being hit by a strong gust of wind. “Don’t worry, …

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Chevy Chase gets its 2nd Amazon Fresh

Amazon has opened its eighth Amazon Fresh grocery store in the DC area and its second in Chevy Chase. Amazon has opened its eighth Amazon Fresh grocery store in the DC area and its second in Chevy Chase, Maryland, in the Chevy Chase Lake development area at the intersection of …

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Mayor Harrell unveils Parks District budget proposal to keep parks clean, open, and accessible to all

The proposal focuses on essential maintenance while taking important steps to improve safety, fight climate change, support youth and promote justice The plan would rebuild the Park Ranger program, plant and tend thousands of trees, keep public restrooms working, and open new and improved parks and community centers Seattle – …

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La Mezcla’s groundbreaking performance opens the 2022-2023 season of the Performing Arts Series

In its 62nd season, the Performing Arts Series at the School of the Arts at the University of Nevada, Reno, presents a refreshingly unexpected lineup of celebrated artists. The five featured performances celebrate exceptional artistry through untold stories, unconventional performance styles, and unexpected instrumentation that inspire, uplift, and promote cross-cultural …

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“Sketch Guy” Carl Richards, CFP®, joins Elements as Chief Evangelist

The veteran financial planner, renowned columnist and two-time author brings his aligned vision for deeper, more philosophical financial planning to the company SALT LAKE CITY, August 31, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–elementsa mobile-first, client-centric financial monitoring platform, announced today that longtime financial planner, author and new york times’Sketch Guy columnist, Carl Richards, CFP®, …

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Haines City must repair pipes responsible for 1.3 million gallon sewage leak

HAINES CITY, Fla. — Haines City may have to pay a hefty fine to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection after more than 1,000,000 gallons (400,000 liters) of sewage leaked into the ground and into the nearby lake. Of the 1.3 million gallons of spilled sewage, about 850,000 gallons of …

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How To Benefit From Online Payday Loans With Instant Approval And No Credit Check?

Thanks to credit without a credit check, borrowers can be authorized for a personal loan without the usual credit check. Banks and other traditional lenders often conduct rigorous credit checks to assess a borrower’s creditworthiness. A hard credit check involves looking at credit and repayment history, defaults, late payments, and …

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Things to consider before applying for a payday loan online with guaranteed approval

While they can be unsettling, unforeseen financial emergencies don’t have to ruin your week. You might even be able to solve your financial crisis during your lunch break thanks to the quick and easy financing of instant loans. Payday loans are beneficial for people with less than perfect credit ratings …

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Lawless: Hill is the latest player to make a fresh start in Vegas

Vegas is known in the NHL for giving borderline players the ability to morph into regular players and sometimes even stars. Next up is goalkeeper Adin Hill. The Comox, BC 6-6 stopper was acquired by the Golden Knights Monday from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a fourth-round pick …

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Comcast Expands Broadband Network in Weber, Davis Counties | News, Sports, Jobs

1/2 Nathan Steadman, a Comcast network engineer, was photographed at work in Layton on January 15, 2021. Photo provided, Kim Raff/Xfinity 2/2 Nathan Steadman, a Comcast network engineer, was photographed at work in Layton on January 15, 2021. Photo provided, Kim Raff/Xfinity ❮ ❯ …

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Lake County News, California – Lakeport ‌Police‌ ‌Logs:‌ Tuesday, August 9th

Tuesday 9 August 2022 00:12 EXTRA PATROL 2208090002The officer initiated an activity at Library Park, Park, Lakeport. Disposition: BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY GRANT. 00:27 SUSPECT VEHICLE 2208090004The officer initiated work at Martin/S Russell, Lakeport. Disposition: GENERAL SERVICES. 05:30 HANG UP WIRELESS 911 2208090014Occurred at Lakeport Lagoons on the S Main. MEDICATIONS …

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Who pays to crowd for and against the Little Cottonwood Canyon gondola?

A group founded by Snowbird and funded by other local businesses and resorts is investing to promote a federally funded gondola through Little Cottonwood Canyon. On the other side of the problem, a nonprofit organization is hiring lobbyists to fight the plan. Snowbird, who would benefit from the taxpayer-funded project …

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Chamber Chatter: Osage City Celebrates Senior Center, Plans Fall Activities – Osage County Online

The Osage County Senior Center and Osage County General Public Transportation hosted a Chamber After Hours mixer and open house on July 29th. Attendees enjoyed some delicious refreshments and tasty punch. chamber photo. The Osage County Senior Center and Osage County General Public Transportation hosted an After Hours mixer and …

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The Sheriff speaks about public safety at City Hall

HAYDEN — From the potential threat of school shootings to the fentanyl floods in northern Idaho, residents of Kootenai County have shared their concerns about community safety with local law enforcement. About 200 people gathered Thursday night at the Office of Emergency Management for a town hall meeting with Kootenai …

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Hepsor 3TORNI OÜ, subsidiary of Hepsor AS

Hepsor 3TORNI OÜ, a Hepsor AS group company, and Mitt & Perlebach OÜ signed a construction contract on August 25, 2022 for the construction of the Ojakalda Kodud development project on the Tallinn-Harku border. The value of the construction contract is approximately 14.1 million euros VAT. In view of the …

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Management of CRE portfolios: Real-time data becomes crucial in volatile times

By John Hintze Data has become the panacea in all areas of business, and banking is no exception. To manage their commercial real estate portfolios, banks are using data to populate dashboards that provide detailed and timely insights to guide their lending strategies as the pandemic continues to unfold and …

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Fusion of art and history in the Upper Peninsula

Early mining prospects established operations in the western Upper Peninsula along the Montreal River, which formed the Wisconsin border, in the early 1870’s. Within a decade, Ironwood – later to become Gogebic County – was incorporated and welcomed residents from across the United States as well as European countries such …

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WeTransfer announces the winners of the $100,000 grant program for Emerging Creative Hubs

NEW YORK, NY – WEB WIRE – Wednesday 24 August 2022 WeTransfer, a leading provider of creative productivity tools, today announced the winners of its Emerging Creative Hubs Grant Program. These winners are nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated the value they bring to their creative communities. Each of …

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Shanghai turns off the lights as China struggles to keep electricity supplies amid a record heatwave

China’s unprecedented 71-day heatwave has made it difficult for the nation to keep the lights on in recent weeks. Stifling heat and drought have exacerbated a prolonged drought in China’s Sichuan region, which relies on 80% hydropower. As a result, the province, home to more than 80 million people, has …

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Three Appointed to Board of Directors of Oakland County Land Bank – The Oakland Press

Three county residents were appointed to the newly formed Oakland County Land Bank Authority from a pool of 15 applicants. The purpose of a land bank is to acquire property titles, typically through the tax enforcement process, and sell the property to the owners in order to put the properties …

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As inflation rises, access to local food decreases

Jessica Pamonicutt, executive chef at a Chicago Native American catering business, displays the contemporary indigenous food she has cooked for elders August 3, 2022 at the American Indian Center of Chicago. (Claire Savage/Report for America via AP) Claire Savage AP CHICAGO Blueberry Bison Tamales, Harvest Salad with Mixed Leafy Greens, …

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A Ukrainian family flees war and lives with hosts on Lake Tahoe

Oleksandr, Olena and Sasha Falko with Cari and Brian Beetham. Provided/Cari Beetham STATELINE, Nev. – For the past six months, Ukraine has been forced to wage war with Russia. For a Ukrainian family, vacation became a salvation. The Falko family, Oleksandr and Olena Falko, and their 3-year-old son are residents …

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Northern Illinois Food Bank opens a larger distribution center in Green Oaks

This is Good News Sunday, a compilation of some of the happier and more inspiring stories recently published by the Daily Herald: Rows of tall storage racks for an abundance of food have been bolted up and gleaming stainless steel prep tables prepared for a flood of volunteers as the …

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In photos: JJ Gray and Mofro at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater

JJ Gray and Mofro performed to a packed house at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater. (Tom Dorgan/MoonFrog Media) WILMINGTON – “It was JJ Gray’s first show at the GLA since ‘time before,’ and you could tell the people were ready for his return,” said photographer Tom Dorgan of MoonFrog Media. JJ …

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Where I live: Prospect Hill

The Where I Live series aims to showcase our diverse city and region by spotlighting its many vibrant neighborhoods. Each week, a local resident invites us over and tells us what makes their neighborhood so special. Have we been near you? Contact us to share your story. The municipality I …

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Intermountain Healthcare Appoints Interim President and CEO

Lydia Jumonville, former president and CEO of Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System, has been named interim president and CEO of Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare, the organization announced Friday. (Intermountain Healthcare) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Lydia Jumonville, former president and CEO of Sisters of Charity …

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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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Payday Loan Versus Installment Loan: Which Is Better?

If you need money quickly, you can take out a loan. You can get a variety of loans: personal, payday, installment, or installment loan Borrow the same day. These loans can be used for large purchases and unforeseen circumstances like a funeral, medical emergency, or home repair. What are the …

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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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