Monthly Archives: May 2022

Best and worst states for American music lovers

article (Photo credit should read LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images) Music is an integral part of American culture, no matter what state you live in. However, some states were founded on music or have extensive support communities, making them more attractive to music lovers. A recent study by Mecart, a …

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A family in Hyderabad commits suicide by jumping into Kurmalguda Lake – The New Indian Express

Through Express Message Service HYDERABAD: Four family members died by suicide in Kurmalguda near Adibatla of Rachakonda Commissariat in a shocking incident. Santosh Nagar victims in the city jumped into Lake Kurmalguda. Police suspect they took the extreme step for financial reasons. The bodies of the couple and their children …

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It’s not about the money, players say, but many lives will be changed by the $10 million purse

SOUTHERN PINES, NC — Stephanie Meadow finished third in her professional debut at the 2014 US Women’s Open on No. 2 Pinehurst. She earned $285,102 for her efforts, a staggering sum for a recent college graduate. “I had a rough time when I was 16 and 17,” Meadow said of …

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Heber City paid thousands to whistleblowers

HEBER CITY, Utah — FOX 13 News has learned that Heber City has agreed to pay two sergeants $7,800 who accused the department of getting back at them for raising concerns about their police chief. The settlement prevents both whistleblowers from filing future lawsuits. As part of the settlement, neither …

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Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan may not be on social media, but his wife Nicole is

yellowstone Creator Taylor Sheridan is currently working on nine different series for the Paramount Network and Paramount+. This busy schedule leaves him no time to even think about social media, let alone the mail. But thanks to his wife Nicole’s Instagram, fans can still get a glimpse of Sheridan’s personal …

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New summer life for the old ski towns of Catskills

The mountain towns of Windham and Tannersville may be best known for winter sports, but like many of the Catskills, they’ve enjoyed something of an accelerated renaissance in recent years, with a spate of new openings quickly establishing the region as a year-round destination. “We still see an increase in …

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Chamber holds golf outing, poker run next week |

LAKE CITY –– The Missaukee Area Chamber of Commerce remains busy this year as it prepares to hold two events next week. On Friday, June 3, Chamber Executive Director Stephani Escalera said they were hosting a golf outing. The event will take place at the Missaukee Golf Club. Registration for …

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Myriad Genetics presents advances in precision

SALT LAKE CITY, May 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Myriad Genetics, Inc., (NASDAQ: MYGN), a leader in genetic testing and precision medicine, will present multiple studies at the 2022 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). Annual meeting highlighting the value of genetic knowledge in guiding and clarifying cancer treatment and …

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Miami is having a moment in the sun as a new hotspot for big law firms

January 30, 2020; Miami, FL, USA; General overall view of the palm trees and downtown Miami skyline. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register Kirkland, Winston & Strawn, King & Spalding opened offices in Miami in 2022 South Florida has …

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Regional theater master Elizabeth Grimes Droessler was a shining light on the stage

Elizabeth Grimes Droessler: A Celebration of Her Life | McIver Amphitheater at Meredith College, Raleigh | Monday, June 6, 5 p.m After helping change the face of arts education in her city, county and state, Elizabeth Grimes Droessler – a deeply respected theater performer, technician and teacher – left the …

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The community of Utah celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders recognized and celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month in the month of May. On May 20, the Asian American Collegiate Association held a rally in Washington Square Park in Salt Lake City to “celebrate the contributions that generations of AANHPI have made …

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FPS Medical Center, Ltd. witnesses malware attack exposing information of more than 28,000 people | Console and staff, PC

Recently, FPS Medical Center, Ltd (“FPS”) confirmed that the company was the target of what it called a malware attack in which the personal information of 28,024 people was exposed. According to the FPS, the breach resulted in the leaked individuals’ full names, addresses, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers, …

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School project partnership in Torrington ready to start construction

TORRINGTON — The architects of the new middle and high school development approved by voters in 2020 are almost ready to begin a three-year presence on Besse Drive this summer. The S/L/A/M Collaborative, an architect working in partnership with city officials and Torrington Public Schools, East Hartford’s Construction Solutions Group …

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KVNF Regional Newscast: May 23, 2022

The Lamar School Board asked the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs to allow them to change their high school mascot from Savages to Thunder, in the face of a $25,000 fine. The request came during public comment at the end of Thursday’s commission meeting, which was adjourned without a decision. …

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Four New Executives Join the Fathom Family in Utah – RISMedia

Following the acquisition of Utah’s iPro Realty Network, Fathom Realty announces the hiring of four new district directors in the state. The new directors include: Deanna HadleyCircle: St George, Utah Deana Hadley worked as a real estate agent specializing in the sale of residential properties in the mid-1980s, Fathom said. …

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Former Utah running back Zack Moss auctions off game-worn cleats for Ty Jordan, Aaron Lowe Memorial Scholarship Fund

Utah Utes running back Zack Moss (2) leaves the field after the Pac-12 championship game against Oregon on Friday December 6, 2019 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY Zack Moss, former Utah and current Bills running back, announced …

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The sudden death of a teenager, anger at payday loans and concerns about Liverpool’s markets collapsing

These are the latest ECHO headlines from this morning. Mom feels ‘a part of her is gone’ after 18-year-old son suddenly dies An 18-year-old man who “saw the best in everyone” died in his sleep of a rare heart condition. John Nesbitt had just graduated from high school and was …

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“Megadrought” threatens water and electricity supplies for millions in the United States

The “mega-drought” sweeping the US Southwest has pushed water levels at the two largest reservoirs to record lows and forced unprecedented government intervention to protect water and electricity supplies in seven states. Millions of Americans already struggling with critical water shortages are now facing power outages as energy demands grow …

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Will Baltimore make the list? FIFA plans to announce 2026 World Cup venues on June 16 – CBS Baltimore

CHICAGO (AP/WJZ) — FIFA intends to announce the venues for the 2026 World Cup during a press conference on June 16 in New York. Seventeen US stadiums in 16 territories — including M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore — remain in the bid for the first 48-team World Cup. Three stadiums …

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On June 16, FIFA will announce the venues for the 2026 World Cup

FIFA will announce their 2026 World Cup venues on June 16, with Edmonton, Toronto and Vancouver being the three Canadian options waiting to hear their name. A total of 22 candidate cities have raised their hand to host games for the 48-team expanded men’s tournament hosted by the United States, …

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“Love Me Before The Town Goes Away” from The Bay Podcast

Nijla Mu’min’s poetry preserves her homeland by painting portraits with words. She shares childhood memories of the black Muslim community in East Oakland. She romanticizes hanging out at Lake Merritt. And she wonders what became of the East Bay neighborhoods where she socialized as a young person. All of her …

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“Always a helping hand first”: Ray Pickup was called “Giant in our City” by Salt Lake Chamber

Ray Pickup, former CEO of WCF Insurance, speaks as he is honored with the 43rd Giant in Our City Award during the Salt Lake Chamber’s annual awards banquet in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday. The award is given to an individual who demonstrates exceptional and outstanding achievements and has …

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The Tolan Group Recruits CEO for PE-Supported US Mobile Health Exams

May 19, 2022 – The Tolan Group (TTG) has appointed Shaun Ginter as CEO of US Mobile Health Exams (USMHE) in Jacksonville, FL. He replaces Paul Hassan, who founded the company in 2011. Kaye Johnson, Managing Partner, and Jennifer Chee, Vice President, led the search. “I see tremendous growth opportunity …

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SHOW SCANNER TRAFFIC | Lost coastal outpost

1:02 a.munofficially Arcata chief 8201 reports that all firefighting units are now clear of the “South IC” traffic collision 12:44 a.munofficially Arcata PD Responds to 4th Street Market, GTA just occurred, a gray Subaru with a dog left in the vehicle, last seen on Samoa Blvd westbound, license plate unwise …

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Minnesota • Thumbwind

Minnesota is called the Ten Thousand Lakes State. And it’s true! And if you dig deeper into the statistics, you will find that there are not even ten thousand lakes, but twelve thousand. Based on these and other parameters, the federal state is the state with the best quality of …

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🌱 What could be coming to the Southeast Market Spot + formula shortage in SLC

Morning, neighbors! Joseph Peterson here with a new issue of the Salt Lake City Daily. First today’s weather: clouds and sun; not so warm. High: 76 Low: 53. Here are today’s top 3 stories in Salt Lake City: Salt Lakers, who wanted a co-op market, have long invested in the …

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Coalition hopes to seize opportunity for infrastructure bills and expand Nevada’s railroads – The Nevada Independent

The traffic jams happen like clockwork, clogging Interstate 15 on Sundays when weary travelers leave Las Vegas and head back to California. And in northern Nevada, the winter months and associated snowstorms can result in sudden closures of Interstate 80 between Reno and Sacramento. These situations have long prompted calls …

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Clene (NASDAQ:CLNN) stock rating upgraded by Zacks Investment Research

Clene (NASDAQ:CLNN – Get Rating) was upgraded to a “hold” rating from a “sell” rating by Zacks Investment Research in a research note issued to investors on Friday, reports Zacks.com. According to Zacks, “Clene Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company. It focuses on the development of unique therapeutics for neurodegenerative …

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Grant Wahl: Atlanta United reportedly have a “strong interest” in an expansion bid from the NWSL

Could Atlanta’s long wait for an NWSL team be over soon? In an interview with ESPN on May 4, new NWSL commissioner Jessica Berman spoke about her desire to see the league grow beyond its current 12 clubs. These include 2 new additions in 2022: Angel City FC – which …

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The Friday Flyer | Cancer in our community fair tomorrow

Cancer in our community fair tomorrow Community members and their friends and families are expected to flock to Holiday Harbor Park tomorrow (Saturday) to attend and donate for the inaugural Cancer in Our Community Cancer Fair. Musical entertainment will take over the amphitheater stage throughout the day and night, food …

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Pros and Cons of Cryptocurrency Mining in New York State

Last month, the New York State Assembly voted to pass Democratic Member of Parliament Anna Kelles’ two-year moratorium on new cryptocurrency mining. The idea behind the bill is to give the New York State Department of Environmental Protection time to conduct an environmental impact study of the practice. The bill …

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Utah moms spend “all day, every day” looking for baby formula some can’t even afford

Baby formula is displayed on the shelves of a grocery store Tuesday with a sign restricting purchases in Indianapolis. Parents in Utah are struggling to find infant formula after a massive recall and ongoing supply chain issues. (Michael Conroy, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — …

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London, Mexico City or St. Louis next on the list?

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson made waves when he declared his city was ready for an NFL expansion franchise. The reason: Texas’ love of football and the fact that the Cowboys are by far the most valuable team with an average attendance of more than 10,000. “We are on the verge …

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Financial analyst shares insight into US credit card debt and how to fix it

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Recent coverage has given much attention to the national economy, covering topics such as interest rates, housing markets and the government deficit. However, the average American worker is more likely to suffer from the burden of personal credit card debt. ABC4 spoke to Ted Rossman, …

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🌱 Race City Festival + Bubbly Paws + Job Opportunities in Mooresville

Happy Tuesday folks from Mooresville! Here’s everything you need to know to start your day off right. First today’s weather: Sunny and pleasant. High: 76 Low: 49. Here are the top 3 stories today in Mooresville: The Race City Festival takes place this Saturday 14th May! Join the Mooresville-South Iredell …

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Cliff Wilson appointed CEO of Georgetown Community Hospital

Cliff Wilson GEORGETOWN, Ky. – LifePoint facilities in Central Kentucky announced today that Cliff Wilson has been appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Georgetown Community Hospital and Market President of Central Kentucky, with operational oversight of Bluegrass Community Hospital, Bourbon Community Hospital and the Clark Regional Medical Center. Wilson will …

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Hong Kong leader says China patriots are now firmly in charge

HONG KONG (AP) – Hong Kong Chairwoman Carrie Lam said Monday that Chinese patriots are now firmly taking charge of the city after electing their new leader, who ran unopposed in a Beijing-controlled process from start to finish . Lam’s comments came a day after a carefully scrutinized electoral committee …

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Witnesses to the deadly Iron County plane crash point to strange maneuvers before the crash

SALT LAKE CITY — The National Transportation Safety Board’s preliminary report on April’s deadly plane crash in Iron County indicates strange maneuvers before the crash. According to the two witnesses, they noticed that the plane was making unusual maneuvers. The first witness said the plane was about to overtake him …

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Utah Events, Awareness Day Stimulate Conversations to Reduce the Stigma of Mental Health Issues

Labeled Fest, held between Thursday and Saturday in Salt Lake City, gave people a chance to speak out about mental illness during Mental Health Month in May. (Emily Ashcraft, KSL.com) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Many people are trying to normalize conversations about mental health and …

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Free Comic Day is celebrated in St. Cloud [PHOTOS]

Free Comic Day is celebrated in St. Cloud [PHOTOS]

ST. CLOUD – Comic book enthusiasts and collectors celebrated the art form and showed their support for independent stores this weekend. Granite City Comics and the St. Cloud Public Library teamed up for Free Comic Book Day on Saturday. In the library, children and adults could try out some interactive …

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Bartlesville is entering a new phase of planning for the future

Bartlesville City leaders have entered a new phase in a month-long process of re-evaluating their mission, values ​​and organizational practices. The City Strategic Plan, a project undertaken by city employees and consultants from Arizona-based Mejorando Group, culminated in a preliminary draft of the final document prepared by the city project …

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Gilchrist honors historic preservation projects throughout Michigan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 5, 2022 Contact: [email protected] Lt. gov. Gilchrist II honors seven historic preservation projects across Michigan The annual Governor’s Awards recognize achievements in Michigan’s historic preservation community LANSING, Mich. – Today Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II joined the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) to announce that sEven …

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Liberty Lake City Council votes to keep controversial book ‘Gender Queer’

An award-winning book that some Liberty Lake City councilmen consider inappropriate for children will remain on the city library’s shelf. The council voted 4 to 2 to uphold the decision of the Liberty Lake Library board of trustees to keep the book after lengthy discussion by council members and members …

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GAO makes MACPAC appointments and reappointments

WASHINGTON, DC (May 2, 2022) – Gene L. Dodaro, United States Comptroller General and head of the US Government Accountability Office (GAO), today announced the appointment of four new members to the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission ( MACPAC). He also re-elected two members. “MACPAC is an important …

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PROG Holdings, Inc. to Report Q3 2022 Earnings of $0.95 per Share, Jefferies Financial Group (NYSE:PRG) Forecast

PROG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PRG – Get Rating) – Equity analysts at Jefferies Financial Group raised their earnings estimates for the third quarter of 2022 for shares of PROG in a report published on Wednesday, April 10th. Jefferies Financial Group analyst K. Joseph now expects the company to report earnings per …

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The Sydney Olympics were “bought in large part”, said Australian official John Coates | Olympic games

John Coates, vice-president of the International Olympic Committee and outgoing president of Australia’s National Olympic Committee, said “broadly” that Sydney was awarded the 2000 Summer Olympics because it “bought the Games”. In excerpts from a recently discovered hour-long interview in 2008, Coates announced that he offered payments to two African …

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