Monthly Archives: August 2021

Intermountain CEO asks the Utahners: wear a mask

Governor Spencer Cox says he will wear a mask more often, but his comment on “extreme masker” has drawn criticism. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Dr. Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, thanked those in attendance for speaking during the update from Governor Spencer J. Cox and Lt. …

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William Ward Obituary (1942-2021) – Washington, DC

William A. “Bill” Ward September 29, 1942 – April 2, 2021 Washington, DC – The global development community lost a leading practitioner, advisor, and teacher on April 2, 2021. Bill was born on September 29, 1942 in Lake City, SC, to Wylie and Kathleen Feagin Ward. He attended Eau Claire …

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Lake County News, California – Cache fire evacuees moved to Clearlake Senior Citizens’ Center after the county closed the Middletown shelter

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Clearlake residents who stayed at the evacuation shelter created for those who fled the Cache fire on Wednesday faced another move on Saturday as the county moved into Middletown closed, a move that has created tension between city and county governments. The 83-acre fire, which according …

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The Hive by Coeur d’Alene offers a new way of working and socializing for enterprising women in the region | Art & Culture | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander

Katherine Vandergriff photo The Hive owner Melinda Cadwallader F.from the sidewalk along Fourth Avenue by Coeur d’Alene, The Hive looks like it’s a new cafe. Large mirror glass windows present a bright, versatile space with lots of cozy corners to make yourself comfortable with a coffee, work on your laptop …

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Fire-friendly weather to return to Northern California

Thick smoke that held down winds and temperatures began to clear Sunday from the scenic forestlands of Northern California as firefighters battling the largest single wildfire in state history braced for a return of fire-friendly weather. The winds weren’t expected to reach the ferocious speeds that helped the Dixie Fire …

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Joseph Castellano Obituary (1971-2021) – Neptune, NJ

Joseph (“Joe”) David Castellano Joseph (“Joe”) David Castellano, 50, passed away unexpectedly near his home in Boulder, CO on Saturday, July 31, 2021. Joe was born on July 15, 1971 to Joseph Phillip Castellano and Rochelle Castellano in Edison, NJ. He was the youngest of two children and grew up …

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Mannion and Walsh Join Skaneateles in Announcing a Pilot Program with Stakeholders at Skaneateles Lake – Eagle News Online

SYRACUSE – On Friday August 6th, Senator John W. Mannion (D-Geddes) and Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh, along with stakeholders at Skaneateles Lake, joined in a pilot program for a new state-of-the-art detection and rapid Detection of harmful algal blooms, announce remediation system. The federally funded $ 100,000 HAB control effort …

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Audience favorite | WilmingtonBiz

Locally owned boutique hotel The Hive had only one suite left in late July before Miranda Lambert’s gig in Wilmington on Aug. 7. And during last month’s sold-out Widespread Panic show marking the debut of the city‘s new Riverfront Park and Amphitheater, The Hive hosted not only the band, but …

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Lake County News, California – Clearlake City Council approves the sale of Clearlake Waste Solutions

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Clearlake City Council unanimously approved the proposed sale of the company, which is the city’s franchise waste transporter, on Thursday. Clearlake Waste Solutions has been Clearlake’s franchise freight forwarder since 2011 and now offers a universal waste and recycling collection. City manager Alan Flora said that …

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Where Republicans Start Worrying About Big Oil

Skarda, described in the local newspaper as “known for her tickled pink nature,” walked around the oval table, giving some on the shoulder and patting others on the back. She asked a man when his family would brand their calves and an elderly woman if she had her flower garden …

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