Monthly Archives: August 2022

North Lake Tahoe celebrates Labor Day weekend with drone shows

Drones at a previous show organize a jet with Top Gun music playing in the background.Screenshot of video provided by Great Lakes Drones TAHOE CITY, Calif. – Bespoke drone light shows are planned over Lake Tahoe to celebrate Labor Day weekend and the end of summer in Kings Beach and …

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Erik Sund – Manager of Big Bear Lake City announced

BIG BEAR LAKE, CA – During an adjourned regular session on August 11, 2022, the Big Bear Lake City Council approved an employment contract for new city manager – Erik Sund. Sund comes to the City of Big Bear Lake with over 34 years of community service experience. Most recently, …

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Security National Life Insurance Company joins Live Oak

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SECURITY NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY is pleased to announce his new relationship with LIVE OAK BANK, a leading provider of financing for the funeral industry. In an effort to make funeral home refinancing and acquisition financing more readily available to funeral …

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Visit the best sunflower fields in Minnesota

As summer progresses, the state turns yellow with blooming sunflowers. Take a day with these local fields to find your new favorite lot or road trip that hit multiple fields in a day. fish sunflowers Fish Sunflowers’ Johnny Fish is all about spreading the sun. He started his sunflower project …

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The Parking Spot announces new electric shuttle pilot

CHICAGO, Aug. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Parking Spot, the nation’s largest near-airport parking facility, today unveiled its first 100% electric shuttle, which will serve travelers to and from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The new shuttle was developed in cooperation with Global Transportation Solutions, Inc. The Parking Spot …

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We have 21 travel credit cards, here’s what we love about each one

Travel always brightens my days, whether I’m looking back on travel or planning future explorations. I was recently in Santa Barbara for a college reunion. I pedaled along the shore on a beach cruiser, ate fresh seafood and reconnected with friends from long ago. I still bask in the joy …

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Southern soul rocker JJ Gray talks gratitude and tours ahead of Mofro show at GFLA

JJ Gray and Mofro will perform at the Greenfield Lake Amphitheater on Sunday. (Photo by Jim Arbogast) Fans heading out to the JJ Gray and Mofro show at Greenfield Lake Amphitheater on Sunday are likely to see a version of the band that’s less unpredictable than concerts in years past. …

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How much does inflation affect those in Utah who have lower incomes?

SALT LAKE CITY –– New inflation figures from the Joint Economic Committee, headed by Senator Mike Lee, show that inflation in Utah is up 15.4% compared to January 2021. DNBA Personal Financial Planner Gerika Espinosa said she sees inflation having a greater impact on low-income families. “Most of their budget …

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Bill Evans returns to Utah with Repertory Dance Theater

Lehi native Bill Evans returns to Utah to celebrate his artistic legacy. Repertory Dance Theater presents a dance evening from September 29th to October 1st at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center to honor their renowned former dancer and choreographer. RDT will present four works by Evans – plus a …

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Take out payday loans during inflation

Inflation in the US peaked at 40-year high in June. While the inflation rate moderated slightly in July, consumers are feeling the pressure of rising prices and there is no guarantee that the current inflation problem has peaked. In the current economic conditions, many Americans are looking for credit, and …

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28th Annual Lake Travis Cleanup will be held on September 11th

Travis County Parks and the Colorado River Alliance are hosting the 28th Annual Lake Travis Cleanup on September 11th. The last purge took place in April and had the participation of 350 volunteers from Texas and Oklahoma. Volunteers came to deep clean styrofoam, microplastics and other trash from Devil’s Cove, …

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Idaho cities reject federal coronavirus relief funds

BOISE (AP) — Sixteen Idaho cities have turned down a total of $700,000 in federal coronavirus rescue grants, and one city that accepted $550,000 may have to return it if it doesn’t approve the issuance. It’s a small portion of the $5.74 billion Idaho received under the $1.9 trillion American …

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A perfect day in San Francisco

San Francisco is many things, but cheap is not one of them. Unless you take advantage of the city’s mild weather and plentiful green spaces, where you can spend a lazy Sunday exploring its rich history and culture, essentially for free. (Food and drinks extra.) Golden Gate Park They say …

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SRS brokers sale of $3 million vacant commercial building in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY – SRS Real Estate Partners’ National Net Lease Group (NNLG) announced it has finalized the sale of a $3 million vacant, 22,874 square foot warehouse/office building on nearly half an acre of land in 47 E has completed 700 S. in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. Jack …

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Despite recession fears, the labor market is “begging for labour”

Salt Lake City — Though the US economy just shrank by two-quarters, fueling fears of a recession, the Utah Department of Workforce Services said the economy still needs more workers, its solid July jobs report showed. “So I’m not really surprised that the labor market, the economy, doesn’t seem to …

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Consul General of Japan Yusuke Shindo, wife visits Marquette | News, Sports, Jobs

Marquette Mayor Pro Tem Cody Mayer, left, presents Consul General Yusuke Shindo with a gift bag on behalf of the city of Marquette. (Diary photo by Brennan White) MARQUETTE — This year marks 43 years of friendship between Marquette and Higashiomi, Japan. Yusuke Shindo, a Japanese …

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Here’s how Utah universities are preparing to tackle monkeypox when classes resume

A vial of the monkeypox vaccine is pictured Wednesday, July 27, at the Salt Lake Public Health Center in Salt Lake City. With an influx of people returning to the state for college, here’s how Utah’s higher education institutions are preparing for the students’ return and how the institutions are …

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become solar? The new program offers discounts for SLC homeowners willing to make the switch

Solar panels cover the garage of a home in Salt Lake City on November 2, 2020. Salt Lake City announced a new program that offers discounted solar options for up to 50 eligible homeowners in the city. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – …

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Obituary: Nancy E. Sawyer – Portland Press Herald

Nancy E Sawyer GRAY — Nancy E. Sawyer, 81, of Gray, died July 28 after a short illness. She was a sister, a mother, an aunt, and a wonderful friend, but was known to all as Nunna. Nancy was born on February 9, 1941 in Princeton, Maine. Her family moved …

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Irving Council approves up to $30 million in incentives for Wells Fargo campus

The Irving City Council has agreed to provide more than $30 million in financial assistance to California banking giant Wells Fargo to build a massive campus for regional offices in Las Colinas. Approval of economic stimulus for the $200 million development passed the Council without discussion and with near-unanimous support. …

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Payday Loans Market Size, Scope and Forecast | Leading Players – Cashfloat, CashNetUSA

Allied Market Research published a report titled “Payday Loan Market by Type (Storefront Payday Loans and Online Payday Loans), Marital Status (Married, Single and Other), and Customer Age (under 21, 21-30, 31-40). , 41–50 and 50+): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021–2030”. 𝐆𝐞𝐭 @ https://www.alliedmarketresearch.com/request-sample/10377 The report provides a …

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Activities in Chicago from August 3rd to 10th

festival fun Smokeout in the windy city, which was named “Festival of the Year” by the Academy of Country Music, returns with an outstanding country music line-up including Tim McGraw, Miranda Lambert, Sam Hunt, Willie Nelson & Family, the reunion of the Turnpike Troubadours, Kip Moore and more. Plus, the …

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President Russell Nelson and other senior LDS leaders will participate in the rededication of the Washington DC Temple

The Oz-like building, which has been closed for major renovations since 2018, welcomed more than 100,000 visitors during a public open house. (The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) The Washington DC Temple will be illuminated at dusk in 2021. | Aug 3, 2022 at 6:23 p.m President Russell …

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Gering man drowns at Lake Minatare | Federal State

A 42-year-old Gering man drowned Friday in Lake Minatare State Recreation Area near Minatare, according to information released by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. At around 2:30 p.m., the man jumped off his boat to swim, and as his boat drifted away, he went under. Passengers on his boat …

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Tony Finau dances on the tarmac at SLC Airport after winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic

Tony Finau of the United States poses with the trophy after winning the Rocket Mortgage Classic at Detroit Golf Club on July 31, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) SALT LAKE CITY – Tony Finau returned to Utah last night for a …

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Rocket Mortgage Classic keeps Detroit connected

The golf tournament has raised more than $1 million for a digital accessibility initiative in each of the past two years.rocket mortgage A year after Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert created the Rocket Mortgage Classic in his native Detroit, the PGA Tour event found itself at a crossroads: should the …

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