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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