Monthly Archives: July 2021

Permanent Olympic Cities – The Villager

In 1972, Colorado residents rejected funding for the 1976 Olympics through a nationwide referendum and became the only city to ever award the Games to decline the chance to host the Games. While this decision shocked the rest of the country, as well as many around the world, it wasn’t …

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Plainsman Lake subdivision approved by city council

The city council approved a development agreement for Plainsman Lake, a planned neighborhood adjoining the Solamere subdivision, during its Tuesday evening session. The proposal has been postponed from the previous meeting to give Solamere residents more time to read it. During the contract negotiations, several Solamere residents, including the homeowners …

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Gov’t Mule expands summer tour 2021

Warren Haynes and his pals’ first tour since the pandemic began was expanded to include five headlining dates. By Scott Bernstein July 20, 2021 • 7:26 a.m. PDT Gov’t Mule detailed their upcoming summer tour. The run includes a mix of co-bills with Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, headlining concerts …

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See the world in Canada

Try the Vancouver area instead of China As Judy Lam Maxwell, the owner of Historic Chinatown Tours, leads her three-hour food and walking tour of Vancouver’s Chinatown ($ 100), introducing travelers to the district’s private historic buildings that once served Chinese immigrants who came to build Canada’s transcontinental railroad in …

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Armenian Consulate General in Los Angeles establishes cooperation relationships with the State of Utah – Public Radio of Armenia

The first official visit by Ambassador Armen Baibourtian, Consul General of Armenia to Los Angeles, Utah, began on July 12 with a meeting with the Armenian community in the Arbat Hall. The Consul General spoke about practical mechanisms and programs to build institutional relationships between the Armenian community in Utah …

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Guide to Cooling Down This Summer

The summer heat can feel relentless. That’s why we’ve put together a few fun ways to cool off during those hot summer days. Millennium Park Beach and wading pool Just minutes from downtown Grand Rapids you will find Millennium Park, at 1415 Maynard Ave. SW. This park has a sandy …

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ANNUAL REPORT: Lee Bank Awards $ 64,000; CHP Appoints Interim Chief Medical Officer; Berkshire Mountain Distillers Adds Director; BUW President resigns; Hawthorne Valley complements board

Lee Bank Foundation announces $ 64,500 in joint funding LEE The Lee Bank Foundation awarded $ 64,500 to eight Berkshire area organizations in its second round of community grant awards in 2021. Recipients received grants ranging from $ 2,000 to $ 12,500 to support their local programs. The following organizations …

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Public Meeting Notices – The Breeze Courier

Taylorvilleville Public Library Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees of the Taylorville Public Library will meet on July 20, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. – son who wishes to contact the Board of Trustees on any relevant topic pertaining to the library. Please limit comments to 5 minutes. Librarian’s report, …

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Business news | Stock and stock market news

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Bridge Investment picks up 348 garden style units

Broadmoor Village. Image courtesy of Institutional Property Advisors The 348-unit Broadmoor Village in West Jordan, Utah has changed hands. Bridge Investment Group has acquired the garden property from Wasatch Property Group. Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller and brokered …

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STUDENT PROFILE: Lake City graduate does well

Brian Karsann graduated from Lake City High School with honors. He did this while completing a two-year program in construction professions at the Kootenai Technical Education Campus. Brian was just getting started. The son of David and Robin (Dorsett) Karsann von Coeur d’Alene then graduated with honors from Boise State …

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Sera Prognostics announces IPO price

SALT LAKE CITY, July 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Sera Prognostics Inc., The Pregnancy Company® (“Sera”), which focuses on improving maternal and neonatal health by providing innovative biomarker information to doctors and patients for pregnancy, today announced the pricing of its initial public offering of 4,687,500 shares of common stock …

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Cycling promotes city bike plans | Local news

PLATTSBURGH – The Plattsburgh City community bike tour drew nearly 80 cyclists over the weekend as the community sought more “bike-friendly” feedback. Mayor Christopher Rosenquest led the pack on Sunday afternoon on a two-mile drive from Melissa Penfield Park to Peter S. Blumette Park. “It was great to see so …

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Rodeo part of today’s trade fair events

Monday, July 12, 2021 1:00 am The route leading from Bronson Street into the exhibition center was filled with onlookers during the Kosciusko Community Fair parade on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Gary Nieter, Times-Union. Get ready for some wild horse riding as the IPRA World Championship Rodeo highlights today’s activities …

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Marquette LDFA, DDA approve interlocal agreement for savings bank renovation despite municipal division | News, sports, jobs

MARQUETTE – The town of Marquette and Houghton-based developer Braveworks are one step closer to converting the historic downtown Sparkasse building into a boutique hotel and four-story parking garage. The Local Development Finance Authority voted 3-2 on Wednesday evening to approve an interlocal agreement between the Marquette Brownfield Redevelopment Authority …

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Political conflicts Balkanize America

The opinions expressed in this post belong solely to the author and should not be construed as representing the views of Townsquare Media, News-Talk 1340 KROC-AM and 96.9 FM, or any other person affiliated with the organizations. ___________________________________ Americans argue over the historical and political issues that will determine the …

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Cochell Law Firm Makes Big Profits Against FTC

Stephen Cochell, founder of the Houston, Texas-based law firm Cochell, announced a series of victories against the FTC Tweet that If you ask Mr Cochell what makes the difference and why he has been so effective and overwhelmingly successful in defending his clients against the agencies’ abuses, his answer is: …

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NYC Adirondack Mountain Club Chapter sues club

An exclusive warehouse in the state is at the center of the court filings between the New York Chapter of the Adirondack Mountain Club and its parent organization, which voted to dissolve it last month. The chapter is suing the Adirondack Mountain Club over this decision. The decision would allow …

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Top 5 Unexpected Activities in Zurich, Switzerland

Zurich is one of the most fascinating cities in Europe with many unexpected things to do for travelers. getty Zurich is known as the financial capital of Switzerland. Unfortunately, the city‘s reputation as a banking power (as well as its fame as one of the most expensive cities in Europe) …

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Real Salt Lake Academy wins everything

On Friday night, the Real Salt Lake U15s won the first-ever MLS NEXT Cup trophy after beating the Philadelphia Union’s top-ranked U15s 2-0 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. Jude Wellings and Evan Pickering both scored goals on either side of half-time and Fernando Delgado made several key saves in …

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Summit Metro Parks Nature Center

AKRON, Ohio – Summit Metro Parks opened its first urban nature center Thursday, cutting a bond with the many partners involved – from the city of Akron and Summit County to public and private foundations. What you need to know Built in the lake’s old pump house, the Summit Lake …

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Small Businesses in Utah Eligible for SBA Loans

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Officials are inviting small, local, non-agricultural businesses to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans with the US Small Business Administration, SBA. Corporations in five counties of Utah and neighboring counties in Idaho and Wyoming are now eligible, according to director Tanya N. Garfield of the …

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#PhotoOfTheDay: 22 photos from June on Twitter

In June, Los Angeles Times photojournalists embedded in the US-backed Afghan Air Force watched the dangerous migration of migrants across the US-Mexico border, explored the reopening of Los Angeles after a turbulent year of COVID-19 Restrictions and much, much more. Below is a selection of photos published on by Taylor …

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We celebrate the fourth on the north coast | Local news

Some traditional Independence Day celebrations return this weekend, while many others are still on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There won’t be any fireworks for the fourth at Marblehead, but the National Grand Bank is bringing back the traditional Horribles Parade on Sunday morning. The parade will get off at …

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Are you sure about this vote?

Dear Claudia: Are you sure you voted against the removal of Confederate statues from the halls of Congress this week? I ask you this because, as the mother of a Marine, I would have thought you would vote for America and not for the insurrection. This week you joined a …

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