Monthly Archives: December 2021

Lake Charles longtime finance director is retiring

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – The city of Lake Charles announced the resignation of longtime finance director Karen Harrel. Harrell will retire on Friday, December 31st, the city said. Harrell served a total of eight mayor’s offices and was named finance director in 2007, according to the city. During her …

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HAMILTON returns to the Eccles Theater with passion and resilience

The national tour of the hit HAMILTON has triumphantly returned to the Eccles Theater. On the same day the tour opened in Salt Lake City (Dec. 28), the Broadway production of HAMILTON returned after nearly two weeks of darkness, and the LA production said performances will continue until March 23, …

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Year in Review 2021 – Intermountain Catholic

Friday December 31, 2021 IC file photo Photo 1 of 15 Father Reynato Rodillas, pastor of St. James the Just Parish and Spiritual Advisor to the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, died on January 8th. From Marie Mischel Intermountain Catholic SALT LAKE CITY – The year 2021 brought a “new …

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Honor Bank Announces Promotions, New Entry as VP of Commercial Lending

TRAVERSE CITY – Honor Bank announced two promotions this month, along with the addition of a local banker as vice president of commercial loans. Traverse City Union Street Branch Manager Jess Ashmore was promoted to Vice President on December 23. Ashmore joined Honor Bank in the fall of 2018 after …

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From big openings to big losses, a look back at Sunderland’s arts, culture and hospitality scenes in 2021

Lifestyle editor Katy Wheeler looks back on 2021. With the land deeply barricaded, it became more important than ever to shop locally and support urban businesses, many of which became a lifeline during troubled times, whether it be to keep us well fed and watered with supplies or a friendly …

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Park City prepares bash to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the 2002 Winter Olympics

The Olympic Welcome Plaza at the intersection of Kearns Boulevard and SR 224.Park Record File Photo Park City plans to hold a past Winter Olympics in February. And in April the community wants to celebrate the games in 2022. Two Olympic-related events will be held in Park City in the …

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Executive orders cover tax exemption and COVID testing labs

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed an executive order that allows local governments to remove a personal extension requirement for property tax exemptions for low-income seniors and people with disabilities. The governor says that with the winter rise in COVID cases, the health of these thousands of people in …

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Southern Utah Orthodox Christians Get New Homes, Priests, As Fellowship Grows – St George News

ST. GEORGE – In late 2019, members of the Orthodox Christian community in southwest Utah found a place to meet thanks to an anonymous benefactor who donated a small chapel in downtown St. George. Two years later, this community grew out of the original chapel and got its own priest …

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Pamplin Media Group – Johnson: Cultural Trust donations connect us all

Nathalie Johnson, MD, of Northwest Portland is a member of the Oregon Cultural Trust Board Twenty years ago a powerful group of visionaries celebrated the fulfillment of a dream – an easy and effective way for Oregon taxpayers to raise funds for cultural activities. This was the birth of the …

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Coleman Oil buys Busch Distributing, six Sunset Marts | shop

Coleman Oil Co. acquired Busch Distributing Inc., based in Pullman and Sunset Marts, this month. The deal comprised the marketing and sales activities of Busch Distributing, four large fuel plants, the transport fleet and the chevron lubricant business, and six Sunset Mart convenience stores, according to a joint press release …

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Green Lake Approaches Grant Administrator | Messages

Robin Wallenfang, center, gave a presentation to the Green Lake Park & ​​Recreation Board last week. Enlarge screenshot The city of Green Lake took a step closer last week to having its own grant administrator. The Parks & Recreation Board agreed, recommending that the Common Council approve a proposal from …

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Jazz striker Joe Ingles plans to maintain a simple lifestyle after retiring from the NBA

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Jazz forward Joe Ingles said he plans to maintain a simple lifestyle after completing his NBA career. It is rare for Ingles to stay away from his trusty white Nikes on the pitch. If there is color beyond the jersey, it is likely a brightly …

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Heber City Police Chief is accused of lying about the use of violence training

HEBER CITY, Utah – The agency responsible for certifying police officers for the state of Utah has received a formal complaint accusing Heber City Police Chief Dave Booth of lying about his use of forced training. Utah Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) confirmed the complaint was received on Tuesday. …

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Hines promises increased investment focus on the life science sector

Hines recently outlined its plan to put greater emphasis on investing in more opportunities in the life science sector. This market outlook is supported by the increased focus of the pandemic on the life sciences in the commercial real estate industry. According to CBRE, Denver is the 10th largest US …

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Corps approves $ 1.9 billion plan to keep hurricane levees elevated in the New Orleans area through 2078 | environment

The Army Corps of Engineers has given its final approval to spend $ 1.9 billion to keep portions of the hurricane levee system in the New Orleans area high enough for another half a century to prevent hurricane tides and waves from a so-called 100 -year-old storm to protect. Approval …

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Former school principal survived COVID-19 what he wants to share

Almost two years have passed since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. From the beginning we have seen the world lose millions of people. After spending a total of 100 days in the intensive care unit and rehabilitation center, former McBain Elementary School director Pat Smith shares his story of …

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Salvation Army Relief Society, Lake City Bank raises funds for tornado victims

Monday, December 20, 2021 4:18 PM The Warsaw Salvation Army Relief Society and Lake City Bank are working together to raise funds for the victims of the tornadoes that struck Kentucky and Illinois on December 10th.According to a Salvation Army press release, the Salvation Army Disaster Service has been on …

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Greek adventurer opens safari company in Uganda

Uganda is home to rich biodiversity. The Greek Panos Karakitsos hopes to make the African country a destination for travelers. Photo credit: Panos Karakitsos The Greek adventurer Panos Karakitsos hopes to put the beauty of Uganda on the map with his new travel agency Adroa Travels. Originally from the Greek …

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Is the Walesbilt hotel project on the verge of success?

According to Michael H. Frost, President of Buena Vista Hospitality Group, Inc. (BVHG), a Walesbilt hotel redevelopment project is “within 90 days of a firm loan approval“. Frost spoke to LakeWalesNews.Net shortly after learning that the Lake Wales City Commission will be considering filing a lawsuit to try to regain …

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Smash-and-grab robberies are a financial and emotional strain on Los Angeles County’s businesses

As if recovering from the mammoth COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t hard enough, a wave of violent robberies made the holidays even more complicated for retailers. The crimes have alerted retailers and consumers during peak shopping season, sending law enforcement agencies and elected officials for solutions and money to fund them. Over …

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Sandpoint defeats Lewiston and takes the first IEL victory

SANDPOINT – After three straight defeats to 5A Inland Empire League opponents, Sandpoint Girls Basketball was hungry for a Friday night win against Lewiston – and that desire made all the difference. The Bulldogs beat the Bengals in the second half by 28:19 and took a 46:40 win. It is …

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Lake County News, California – PG&E Corp. Foundation Announces $ 400,000 Grant in Support of Local Climate Resilience Planning

EUREKA, Calif. – The PG&E Corporation Foundation announced on Friday the four beneficiaries of Better Together Resilient Communities for 2021, a program to support local initiatives to build greater climate resilience in northern and central California with a particular focus on the disadvantaged, vulnerable, and historically underserved Municipalities. The program …

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Smash-and-grab robberies weigh on LA County’s businesses financially and emotionally – Daily News

Two men smashed display cases and fled with products from a T-Mobile outlet on the 1200 block of North Lake Avenue in Pasadena on Monday evening, December 13th. (Image courtesy of Google Maps) As if recovering from the mammoth COVID-19 pandemic, the holidays for retailers are sparked by a wave …

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# HAM4HAM drawing announced for HAMILTON in Salt Lake City

Manufacturer Jeffrey seller and Zions Bank Broadway at Eccles announce a digital raffle for HAMILTON tickets in connection with the show’s premiere on December 28th in Salt Lake City at the Eccles Theater. A limited number of tickets will be available for each performance for $ 10 each. The drawing …

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Minneapolis approves plans for Raze Lake Street Kmart and reconnecting Nicollet Ave.

The words “Lake Street Kmart” have been a surefire way to elicit groans from Minneapolis residents for decades. The big box store was moved to Nicollet Ave in 1977, separating the north end of a major Minneapolis artery from the south end, and breaking open the nearby neighborhoods. Last Friday, …

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Pinedale Summary | Legal update and a statement

There were several district meetings for Region 10 on the redistribution of legislative districts across the state and a meeting of the Joint Enterprise Committee on December 1st and 2nd. The committee decided on a statewide plan we would work from, and Region 10 (Teton, Lincoln, and Uinta) sent the …

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TREE OF LIGHTS 2021 CAMPAIGN ALMOST OVER – Texomashomepage.com

Mexicans in the US will send a record amount of home remittances in 2021 Border report / 1 day ago Video Yuma Migrant Stories Border report / 1 week ago Video Life After Remain in Mexico: A Family Struggles in America Before Immigration Court Hearings Border report / 6 days …

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Austin continues to investigate bus access on the future Lady Bird Bridge

Photo by Austin Transit Partnership Wednesday December 15, 2021 by Willow Higgins Austins Municipal Transport Commissionadvising municipal authorities on transport-related matters, met last week and continued discussions about the possibility of expanding the means of transport available on the future Lady Bird Bridge. The subject was also discussed at a …

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Cordae Announces Tour Dates For Bird’s Eye View

The 2x GRAMMY® Award nominated rapper Cordae has announced his highly anticipated From A Bird’s Eye View Tour. The North American Headline Tour begins on February 3rd at the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas and then lasts through mid-March. Further dates and special guests will be announced shortly. The …

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Q&A with the new Lakeway and Bee Cave Police Chiefs

Brian Jones, the beehive chief police officer What is a particular challenge in monitoring medium-sized cities with smaller police forces and budgets? Fortunately, the town of Bee Cave is a community that is very supportive of its police force. Although there is no “Defund” vibe in Bee Cave, we still …

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Sandra AJ Lawrence

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Sera Prognostics Inc., The Pregnancy Company® (NASDAQ: SERA), is focused on improving maternal and newborn health by providing innovative biomarker information for doctors and patients Providing pregnancies today announced that Sandra AJ Lawrence has joined Sera’s board of directors. “We …

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G7 warns Russia of “massive” consequences if Ukraine invades – Williams Lake Tribune

The economic powers of the Group of Seven called on Russia on Sunday to “de-escalate” its military build-up near the Ukrainian border, warning that an invasion would have “massive consequences” and inflict severe economic pain on Moscow. Foreign Ministers of the United States, Great Britain and the rest of the …

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Dances Patrelles “The Yorkville Nutcracker” at Hunter College in New York takes the audience on a magical Christmas trip through Olde New York

Now in its 33rdapprox The Manhattan-based non-profit ballet company Dances Patrelle (dP) celebrates its 25th yearthat Founding anniversary of Francis Patrelle’s artistic director and choreographer The Yorkville Nutcracker with a four-performance weekend at Hunter College. The annual family-friendly vacation tradition was revisited and reset in NYC in 1895 by Patrelle, …

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The Salt Lake City Police Department fills up children’s Christmas lists and delivers gifts to the local Walmart

Sisters Camille and Jennifer Norton speak to Santa Dallas Nessen at the Salt Lake City Police Department’s annual Holiday Pay-it-Forward event at the Walmart in Salt Lake City on Saturday. Fifty-five children filled out a holiday wish list and mailed it to the Salt Lake City Police Department, and the …

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PSC gives the city the green light for solar project

Hot Springs is on the verge of becoming the state’s largest city to use entirely renewable energy for community operations, City Manager Bill Burrough recently told Hot Springs’ board of directors. The Arkansas Public Service Commission recently approved the city’s motion to expand its solar net metering project beyond the …

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Carla Fried: Wall Street vs. Individual Homebuyers – Where It’s Most Competitive

You don’t need a Ph.D. Understand in the housing industry that a low supply of homes for sale is behind the astonishing 20% ​​increase in home prices over the past 12 months. But in some markets not only do many households bid against each other. In some cities, tenants and …

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Ballet Northwest performs The Nutcracker live on stage again

Ballet Northwest’s Nutcracker will be held on Nov. 10-12. and 17.-19. Performed December at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts in Olympia. Steve Bloom [email protected] Ballet Northwest, whose annual 2020 production of The Nutcracker was only on film, is back with a full production of the Christmas classic. The …

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Utah organizations are committed to providing resources to the homeless during winter weather

SALT LAKE CITY – Thursday was a bitter day in the cold for those at risk of homelessness. Limited beds for shelters filled up across the city, and dining rooms and overflow shelters were upgraded to ensure people were prepared for the elements. From 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., people …

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Lake County artists and organizations collaborate on the Mural Trail

The Lake County Rural Arts Initiative (LCRAI) partnered with the Lake County Arts Council and the Lakeport Main Street Association in 2018 to improve the county’s economic viability by making it an arts and culture destination. The “Mural Trail” was created for this purpose, in which all work is carried …

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St. Patrick’s Parish in Salt Lake City lays the foundation stone for a new religious education center

Friday 10th Dec 2021 IC Photo / Laura Vallejo + Enlarge From left: Father Anastasius Iwuoha, administrator of the parish of St. Patrick; Monsignor Terrence J. Fitzgerald, Vicar Emeritus General; Monsignor Colin F. Bircumshaw, Vicar General; Bishop Oscar A. Solis and Deacon George Reade, Chancellor, break the ground for the …

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FitLife Trademarks: Change in Securityholder Rights – Form 8-K

ftlf20211207_8k.htm UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND BILLS COMMISSION Washington, DC 20549 SHAPE 8 THOUSAND CURRENT REPORT According to section 13 or 15 (d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Date of the report (date of the earliest reported event): December 2, 2021 Commission reference number: 000-52369 FitLife Trademarks, Inc. (Exact …

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Rock ‘n’ roll runners will race through Bellevue in 2022

The legendary half marathon attracts runners from all over the world Those who visit, live or work Bellevue know that this city is a beautiful, vibrant place in a park that welcomes the world. Next year, runners from around the world will experience the city in a whole new way …

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Walz announces a new initiative to train and hire care assistants

NS. PAUL – governor Tim Walz plans to train around 1,000 new certified nursing assistants in long-term care facilities by the end of next month. Walz announced on Monday a new partnership between the state government, colleges and long-term care providers to recruit, train and deploy new CNAs to help …

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Miami hires Mario Cristobal: hurricanes make a brazen move to lure Oregon coaches home, but will it work?

Oregon’s manager Mario Cristobal has agreed to return home and run Miami. Cristobal told the Ducks in a team briefing Monday that he was going to go to train his alma mater, sources said Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports. Cristobal takes over the job in Miami, replacing Manny Diaz, who …

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LOCAL BUSINESS LETTERS: Dec 4, 2021 | news

Store hosts open house Christmas GOSHEN – Cycle Works of Goshen invites the public to attend the store’s 19th Annual Open House Christmas Party on December 18 at 1210 E. Lincoln Avenue. The event starts at noon. Snacks and holiday drinks are served. There are discounts in the branches and …

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Toadies reveal postponed tour dates for Rubberneck’s anniversary

Rubber neck tour poster Toadies have announced the rescheduled dates for their Rubberneck 25th Anniversary Tour, with Reverend Horton Heat as main supporter. Fans will witness the band perform their full-length “Rubberneck” album on the Trek, and Reverend Horton Heat will also play their full-length “Liquor in the Front” produced …

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South County Happenings, December 5th

City Councils: Chula Vista, 5 p.m. Tuesday; Coronado, 4 p.m. Tuesday; National city, 6 p.m. TuesdaySchool authorities: San Diego Unified School District, 5 p.m. Tuesday National City hosts Kimball Celebration The city of National City is holding their annual holiday celebration, A Kimball Holiday, on Saturday from 2pm to 9pm …

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Payday loans are a problem. Can a public bank be part of the solution?

When the coronavirus first posed a threat to Americans’ health and finances, Forest Park’s Tiffany Moore went to an installment lender for the first time in hopes of financial relief. The good news: She was approved for a $9,500 loan to offset a tenant on her property who couldn’t pay …

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The Ely family collects donations for a sick granddaughter

As a tumor that makes up 85 percent of three-year-old Channing Hermansen’s bladder, the family repeatedly travels to Salt Lake City for extensive treatments. Channing was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer that most commonly affects children. It is reported that approximately 350 children, adolescents, and young adults …

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How Utah consumer debt changed during the pandemic

2021-12-03 At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the country’s unemployment rate rose to 15%, reports the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The impact on American workers was immediate, as many lost their paychecks or their wages collapsed overnight. By and large, however, the economic damage from the pandemic proved not …

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Romantic Airline offers Couples Mile High Club flights

Love is in the air when you book a flight with an airline in Las Vegas that offers “romantic” tours of the city at over 5,000 feet. “Almost every single flight ends in utter happiness,” said Anthony Blake, pilot and co-owner of Love Cloud Vegas, said BuzzFeed News in this …

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The City of Lake Charles is launching a tree replanting initiative with 350 trees in local parks

Lake Charles, LA (KPLC) – The City of Lake Charles has replanted 350 trees in three lakeside parks thanks to a donation from Firestone Polymers. Mayor Nic Hunter, representatives from Firestone Polymers and other elected officials were present to announce the launch of the #ReTreeLC initiative. Firestone Polymers, a subsidiary …

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Study shows how Utah can improve its ranking as the “worst state for equality for women”

Salt Lake City – A new report from the Utah Women and Leadership Project examined the 17 indicators WalletHub used to rank Utah last on its list of “Best and Worst States for Women” for four consecutive years. The report then shows exactly how Utah can improve its ranking. “We …

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Giving away experiences

It is easy to go overboard with Christmas gifts, but perhaps the best gifts cannot be unwrapped. The perfect gift – the one that gives both the giver and recipient the most pleasure – may be something to see, do, and enjoy rather than something to hold, touch, or carry. …

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A park in Salt Lake City is temporarily closed after the community complains about safety

Madsen Park will not be closed for more than 60 days. (Emily Means | KUER News) Salt Lake City Mayor’s Office said the Madsen Park closure is likely the first time a public park has closed for safety reasons. With Emily Means | KUER news | Dec. 1, 2021, 7:31 …

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“It’s disheartening:“ How housing costs are affecting Utah ski resort employees

UTAH (ABC4) – In August, local workers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, made headlines when it was revealed that the exorbitant cost of housing at the resort had forced them to live on their cars or in tents. While this is an extreme scenario, the increased cost of living is also …

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Valerie Cisneros becomes the new manager of Zions Bank in Price

Cisneros brings more than 25 years of banking and credit experience to the position Press release Zion’s Bank has promoted Valerie Cisneros to manage her Price branch at 45 S. Carbon Ave. As the branch manager, Cisneros is responsible for overseeing day-to-day branch operations, new accounts, consumer and trade credits, …

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