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Bee Cave takes first steps towards a new public library

The construction of a new public library in the Bee Cave has come a step closer after the city council approved measures allowing the city to begin searching for architectural firms and a site manager to oversee the project at the September 27 meeting . Although the city is not …

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Turning Points in the Story of Short Creek.

1890 – An official manifesto by Church President Wilford Woodruff discourages all members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from plural marriage, helping to pave the way for Utah’s eventual statehood in 1896. Many church members continue to live their marriages in polygamous marriages, but over time …

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Man arrested after ‘accidentally’ stabbing two homeless people in Salt Lake City

The suspect, who is also homeless, is being held without bail, according to court documents. (Salt Lake City Police Department) A Salt Lake City Patrol vehicle at a crime scene. Salt Lake City police on Saturday, September 17, 2022 arrested a 32-year-old man suspected of stabbing two homeless people to …

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Iconic giant sculpture “On Balance” donated to the Lake Michigan town of Kenosha | local news

SPECIAL TO THE KENOSHA NEWS One of the popular sculptures that is part of the temporary outdoor exhibit along the City of Kenosha’s Lake Michigan Boardwalk now has a permanent home here. Patricia Petretti, a founder of the Arts Fund, which coordinates the biannual Sculpture Walk-HarborPark, donated “On Balance,” created …

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The US Water Alliance recognizes eight individuals and organizations committed to water justice

Healthy Community Services’ Water Wise 7th Ward Project Selected for US Water Prize The US Water Alliance, a Kresge Environmental Program grantee, has announced the winners of its annual 2022 US Water Prize. This coveted award recognizes eight individuals and organizations across the country who are driving innovation in the …

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Hispanic Heritage Month begins Thursday. That’s how they celebrate in Utah

A dancer from Weber State University’s Ballet Folklorico dances during the Dia de los Muertos en Ogden Festival November 5, 2021. The festival is one of many events held throughout Utah in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. (Sam Crump) Estimated reading time: 9-10 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — There’s plenty …

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Steamboat voters aren’t just mountain folk weighing in STR taxes this fall

Following approval by Steamboat Springs City Council on Tuesday, July 19th, the question of whether to impose a 9% tax on short-term rental stays is in the hands of voters.John F. Russell/Steamboat Pilot & Today Steamboat Springs won’t be the only mountain town deciding whether to introduce new taxes on …

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Brad Gent’s battle with ALS is over, he is missing

Photo: Brad Gent. Source: Vail Valley Foundation Facebook We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Brad Gent. Ghent, who bravely fought ALS for five years, has succumbed to the disease. He died surrounded by his family on September 3, 2022 at the age of 69. He has had …

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Your Dream General Conference Headlines; Are More Anti-BYU Boycotts Coming?

The Mormon Land Newsletter is the Salt Lake Tribune‘s weekly highlight reel covering developments in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Keep supporting us Patreon and get exclusive access to religious content for Tribune subscribers only, expanded newsletters, podcast transcripts and more. Generally speaking General conference …

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Kenneth Lee Norton | Southeast Iowa Union

Tuesday September 6, 2022 Kenneth Lee Norton Kenneth Lee Norton Fairfield Kenneth Lee Norton, a lifelong resident of Fairfield, Iowa, passed away peacefully on Thursday, August 18, 2022 with his family by his side. A memorial service is scheduled for September 10 at 2:00 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, led …

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WNCC volleyball sweeps CSI, Northwest – CENTRAL

CHOOSE REGION rectangleCreated with Sketch. news The Western Nebraska Community College Volleyball fourth-place finisher recovered from his first loss of the season on Friday night and won two sweeps on Saturday on the final day of the Crystal “Inn” vitaional at Salt Lake Community College. Sunday, September 4, 2022 9:09 …

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Mayor Harrell unveils Parks District budget proposal to keep parks clean, open, and accessible to all

The proposal focuses on essential maintenance while taking important steps to improve safety, fight climate change, support youth and promote justice The plan would rebuild the Park Ranger program, plant and tend thousands of trees, keep public restrooms working, and open new and improved parks and community centers Seattle – …

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Lawless: Hill is the latest player to make a fresh start in Vegas

Vegas is known in the NHL for giving borderline players the ability to morph into regular players and sometimes even stars. Next up is goalkeeper Adin Hill. The Comox, BC 6-6 stopper was acquired by the Golden Knights Monday from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for a fourth-round pick …

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The Sheriff speaks about public safety at City Hall

HAYDEN — From the potential threat of school shootings to the fentanyl floods in northern Idaho, residents of Kootenai County have shared their concerns about community safety with local law enforcement. About 200 people gathered Thursday night at the Office of Emergency Management for a town hall meeting with Kootenai …

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WeTransfer announces the winners of the $100,000 grant program for Emerging Creative Hubs

NEW YORK, NY – WEB WIRE – Wednesday 24 August 2022 WeTransfer, a leading provider of creative productivity tools, today announced the winners of its Emerging Creative Hubs Grant Program. These winners are nonprofit organizations that have demonstrated the value they bring to their creative communities. Each of …

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As inflation rises, access to local food decreases

Jessica Pamonicutt, executive chef at a Chicago Native American catering business, displays the contemporary indigenous food she has cooked for elders August 3, 2022 at the American Indian Center of Chicago. (Claire Savage/Report for America via AP) Claire Savage AP CHICAGO Blueberry Bison Tamales, Harvest Salad with Mixed Leafy Greens, …

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Where I live: Prospect Hill

The Where I Live series aims to showcase our diverse city and region by spotlighting its many vibrant neighborhoods. Each week, a local resident invites us over and tells us what makes their neighborhood so special. Have we been near you? Contact us to share your story. The municipality I …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Obituary: Mitchell Dean Riggs (Mitch) | The Daily Courier

Mitchell Dean Riggs (Mitch) passed away peacefully, returning home to God on May 31, 2022 after a long battle with a chronic illness. The son of Russell Rodney Riggs and Blanche Florence Olswang Riggs, Mitch was born on August 20, 1949 in Salt Lake City, Utah. At the age of …

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Philadelphia Food Rescue Organization is developing a scalable food donation model – Food Tank

Based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Sharing Excess works to salvage and divert surplus food from landfills. With a permanent warehouse, a grocery delivery truck, and its first wholesale partnership, the organization wants to expand its model to cities across the country. Sharing Excess began in 2018 when a group of college …

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Mason City man sentenced to federal prison for drug conspiracy and armed robbery | USAO-NDIA

A Mason City man who was part of a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and heroin with his father and a separate conspiracy to rob two victims at gunpoint was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison on July 25, 2022. Antione Deandre Maxwell, 34, of Mason City, Iowa, received the …

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Denver law firm expands Colorado Springs practice

Denver-based Messner Reeves LLP, a full-service commercial and litigation practice with offices across the country, has expanded its presence in Colorado Springs with new office space and two newly formed local attorneys. Brenda L. Bartels and Amber Blasingame of the well-known and now-defunct law firm Hanes & Bartels will help …

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North Dakota Wild and Fish Stocked Lakes Statewide

BISMARCK, ND (KFYR) — Fisheries employees at the Department of Wildlife and Fish have been busy stocking lakes across the state. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department manages around 450 lakes statewide, which means the two federal hatcheries are busy raising walleye fishlings for stocking and future fishing opportunities. …

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News about the city

Palmetto Electric hosts chamber event The Palmetto Electric Cooperative honored the Hampton County Chamber of Commerce at their annual dinner held July 12 at the TG and Allie Stanley Performing Arts Center. Frankie Denmark (Wild Hog BBQ) provided dinner. During the event, the Chamber recognized several outstanding young students, including …

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The Ministry of Public Security sees an increase in threats, particularly against officials

According to the Ministry of Public Security, there has been a rise in threat cases. The number of threats the agency is investigating has increased over the past year, many of them targeting Utah lawmakers. (Annie Barker, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — There has …

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Lake City Arts Festival Celebrating Local Artists | news

PLATTSBURGH – The public will have the opportunity to experience what Plattsburgh’s arts scene has to offer at a new festival event this August. The Lake City Arts Festival is a new event hosted by the City of Plattsburgh in partnership with The Plattsburgh Arts Coalition. The festival will take …

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With the threat of the Great Salt Lake, are golf courses a luxury Utah can no longer afford?

Editor’s note • This story published for the first time on July 23, 2021. It has been updated with new data and re-released in light of ongoing Utah water concerns and the Great Salt Lake hitting another record low. Utah has experienced another hot, dry summer preceded by many other …

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14 LGBTQ+ Pride celebrations in rural or small-town America

In rural areas, about 3.8 million LGBTQ+ residents make up about a fifth of the population, according to a study published in 2019 by the Movement Advancement Project, a non-profit think tank dedicated to promoting equality and justice. Some experts believe the number is likely even higher. Although there is …

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🌱New Football Team Changing Rooms + Avon Lake PD Get a new patrolman

Hello, everyone! It’s Karena Garrity, your host of the Avon-Avon Lake Daily – back in your inbox with everything printable about what’s happening on the ground. Follow us for the latest… First today’s weather: Beautiful with lots of sunshine. High: 80 Low: 63. Here are the top three stories from …

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The White Rock Lake Museum needs to move and come back stronger

In 2004, a storage room at the Bath House Cultural Center became the White Rock Lake Museum. Now, in 2022, the museum will be put into temporary storage. It’s a change that many of the museum’s supporters have fought against, but the fight must now shift from fighting to staying …

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Postcards from a trip across America

Paddle from the Rocky River in Cleveland into Lake Erie. Our only mistake so far: A sign on Highway 20 showed the way there The world’s largest popcorn ball in Sac City, Iowa. Unfortunately, with an 11-hour drive to Denver ahead of us, we moved on. That misjudgment aside, our …

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Fort Worth’s Fourth Fireworks Display – Welcome to the city of Fort Worth

Next date: Monday, July 04, 2022 | 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m Celebrate Independence Day with an evening of festive food and beverages, live music, children’s activities and the largest fireworks show in North Texas July 4th at Fort Worth’s Fourth. The Panther Island Pavilion is open from 5-10 p.m …

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Storm Lake introduces mandatory water use restrictions

STORM LAKE, Iowa (KCAU) – Storm Lake City Council has acted to impose partially mandatory water use restrictions. The city council made the decision on Friday due to high water consumption during an extended period of hot and dry weather. The city issued a statement saying an immediate reduction is …

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Wheelchair users want new money for road safety

A man using a wheelchair crosses a street in New York’s Times Square under snowfall during a winter storm in January 2017. (Eduardo Munoz Alvarez/AFP/Getty Images/TNS) On a Sunday afternoon in May 2021, Patsy Ellison left her home in Knoxville, Tennessee in her motorized wheelchair and, as she often did, …

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THE FRONT ROW with MARK NELKE: After two straight years without, North Idaho players are excited about the return of Hoopfest

It was a family tradition that went on a two-year hiatus. Everyone else too, of course. Hoopfest returned to the streets of downtown Spokane for the first time — more or less — since 2019, when COVID-19 wiped out the last two years of the annual Hoops gathering that began …

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Levi Bisnett | Herald of the Columbia Basin

MOSES LAKE – Levi Bisnett wants Moses Lake to be recreational and pedestrian friendly. As a project surveyor for the city, he gets the chance to realize this vision. “It kind of plays into what I’ve been talking about for many years,” Bisnett said of his position. “What is the …

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Lakeway passes revised squatting ordinance to rethink daycare rules

Bianca King addresses the Lakeway City Council at their June 21 meeting. (Jennifer Schaefer/Community Impact Newspaper) The Lakeway City Council amended its squatting ordinance at its June 21 meeting, but will consider adding a subsection to the ordinance specific to home day care at its July meeting. This follows months …

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America’s oldest Subaru dealership in downtown SLC is being sold

SALT LAKE CITY – America’s oldest Subaru dealership in downtown Salt Lake City has been sold. Ken Garff Automotive Group announced Monday that it has purchased Nate Wade Subaru, welcoming Utah’s oldest and largest Subaru dealership to the state’s largest automaker, according to a press release. The acquisition represents the …

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ABC4 launches school supplies fundraiser and welcomes Salt Lake Education Foundation’s James Yapias in his effort to help students in need

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — ABC4’s Glen Mills sat down with Salt Lake Education Foundation director James Yapias to talk about how you can help schools get some of the supplies they need for fall . As part of Nexstar Media Group Founder’s Day of Caring, ABC4 is launching a …

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Moms group hosting a Touch A Truck event on Saturday | news

LAKE CITY — The Lake City Community Mother of Preschoolers (MOPS) is hosting their annual Touch A Truck fundraiser on Saturday, June 18th. The event will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Missaukee County Road Commission “This is our sixth time,” said Lacie Hejnal, the outgoing …

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Daily Planner | What’s happening in Lake Havasu City? | lifestyle

Wednesday VFW Lunch, 11am-2pm, 8-Ball Tournament, 11am, 928-855-5374. Eagles Aerie 4299, Lunch 11am-2pm, 928-855-1234. American Legion Post 81, Guest Chef 5-6:30pm or until gone. Ace of Hearts, 4-6 p.m Columbian Hall Bingo, doors open at 11am, games start at 1pm Elks Lodge: Lunch 11am-2pm, Dinner Ribs 4pm-7pm Loyal Order of …

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Patriot Front leader among those arrested near Idaho Pride

Also among those arrested was Mitchell F. Wagner, 24, of Florissant, Missouri, who was previously accused of defacing a mural of famous black Americans on a St. Louis college campus last year. Wagner’s attorney, Michael Kielty, said Sunday he had received no information about the charges. He said the Patriot …

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William H. Cullen, Sr. (Bill), 103, formerly of Potsdam and Chateaugay

William H. Cullen, Sr. (Bill) passed away on May 21, 2022 at the Waltonwood/Lake Boone Assisted Living Community in Raleigh, NC.(Source: Funeral Home) POTSDAM, New York (WWNY) – William H. Cullen, Sr. (Bill) passed away on May 21, 2022 at the Waltonwood/Lake Boone assisted living community in Raleigh, NC. In …

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Men’s Golf announces new class

story links WILMINGTON, NC – UNCW Chief Golf Coach Daniel Bowden announced the additions Rune Bokeid (Oslo, Norway), Darren Edwards (Fort Lewis College) Sam Hogan (Cork, Ireland) and Woramett Bodhidatta (Dodge City CC) into the program for the 2022-23 season. “As I begin my sixth season as …

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Jamestown Men’s Basketball Announces Recruiting Class of 2022

VSN (admin) Published Sunday, June 05, 2022 – 17:30 University of Jamestown men’s basketball head coach Danny Neville announced the 2022 recruiting class on Tuesday afternoon. This year’s recruiting class for the Jimmies includes two four-year transfers, two junior college transfers and ten high school players. The class consists of …

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Shootings reveal divisions over guns in faith communities

After a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas on May 24, several pastors across the country challenged their conservative peers with this question: Are you pro-life if you are pro-guns? One such faith leader is Rev. Steven Marsh, senior pastor of Geneva …

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Voters go to the primary on Tuesday

Callanan and McLaughlin compete for the supervisor seat Republican incumbent Casey Callanan of Clear Lake is challenged by another Clear Laker, Kelly McLaughlin, in the Cerro Gordo County District 2 Supervisor race. The primary elections will take place on Tuesday, March 7th. The candidates were invited to share their background …

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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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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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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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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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“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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🌱 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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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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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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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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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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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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Mayor’s Message | Thanks to the moms out there – Santa Cruz Sentinel

In my role as Mayor of the City of Watsonville, I take great pride in celebrating members of our community in my monthly articles. This month I want to especially celebrate and honor mothers in our community and workforce in Watsonville. I believe it is our mother’s daily dedication, hard …

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Trader Joe’s Locations: Why Are They Often in Affluent Neighborhoods?

A typical Trader Joe’s is full of chatty employees in Hawaiian shirts, products with trendy labels, and shopping carts full of pickle popcorn and kale gnocchi. With no checkout or delivery services, each of the 500 stores is much smaller than a regular grocery store to make it “feel like …

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The City of Valley is developing rapidly as the population grows

VALLEY, Neb. (WOWT) – A decades-old project is nearing completion in the city of Valley. A new 450-foot pedestrian bridge will connect the city and schools to the YMCA and the lake community. City officials believe the new bridge is just another attraction for a fast-growing city. Valley still has …

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Potential snowmobile routes have been identified for downtown Cadillac | approved message

A portion of the White Pine Trail along Lake Street in Cadillac. The longest of the proposed snowmobile routes would run parallel to the White Pine Trail from Pearl Street to Harris Street. Riley Connell | Cadillac News CADILLAC — Cadillac City Council last week voted unanimously to approve potential …

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Omaha organizations are working together to clean up around Carter Lake on Earth Day

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – The official theme of this year’s Earth Day is Investing in Our Planet. Here in Omaha, organizers show their support by simply cleaning up the city. Some hope this simple task will draw attention to other environmental issues facing the city and our planet. Many residents …

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Letters to the editor of 21

Plant a tree on Earth Day Consider planting a tree for Earth Day. Trees are important to our personal health and well-being, and to the health of our planet. Simply put, trees absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air. Oxygen – the element necessary for life. Trees support …

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Run, Hide, Fight program provided by Lake Twp. Police | community

MILLBURY — The public is invited to attend a seminar offered by the Lake Township Police Department titled Run, Hide, Fight at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The seminar will be held at City Hall, 27975 Cummings Road. Sergeant Jared Watson of the Tiffin Police Department will lead the training. The purpose …

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Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) Public Hearing and Comment Period (ALBANY)

When: April 14, 2022: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m From where: Empire State Plaza, Meeting Room 6, Albany, NY 12242 Map Participate: to register Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act): Draft scoping plan Public comment period The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act) was signed into …

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10 victims of the Austin crash were in town for a trade show

AUSTIN, Texas — Ten of the 11 victims of what was described as a severe crash in Austin, Texas on Friday are employees of a Salt Lake City-based communications company who were in town for a trade show. According to the Sorenson company, the 10 employees visited Austin to attend …

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Project introduces Storm Lake to the world

STORM LAKE, Iowa (AP) – While attending Buena Vista University, Andrew Offenburger couldn’t have told you much about Storm Lake other than that it was the location of the college he attended. He was unaware of the changes the city was going through as immigrants moved there to work in …

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Lake City Teachers Selected to Receive National Education Award | news

LAKE CITY – Lake City Elementary School’s first grade teacher Jen Nichols was selected last week to receive the 2022 National Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award. In March 2021, Nichols received the 2021 Educator of the Year award from the Michigan Farm Bureau. It is now recognized nationally. “It’s …

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US Quidditch soon takes over Salt Lake City

US QUIDDITCH CUP 2022 Quidditch conquers the capital of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah. – One of the most unique sporting events in the world comes to the Regional Athletic Complex in April. Nearly 70 collegiate and club teams and over 1,200 athletes from across the country will compete in …

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Understaffed RSL ties Colorado on the road, 1-1

COMMERCE CITY, Colorado. In the first leg of the Rocky Mountain Cup, it looked like Colorado would come out on top. They played at home while Real Salt Lake were 10 players short and had to start 17-year-old Jaziel Orosco as a central defender. But when the final whistle blew, …

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Tionesta Lake Receives $2M Infrastructure Grant | community news

US Senator Bob Casey has announced the allocation of $2.1 million in federal funding to the US Army Corps of Engineers for water infrastructure projects in northwestern Pennsylvania. Tionesta Lake in Forest County receives $2 million of funding originating from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). The other $100,000 …

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Marcus Robbins remembered for joie de vivre, dedication to the Attleboro community | local news

ATTLEBORO — When Peter Gay caught a glimpse of Marcus Robbins in his cycling shorts, he said it was a sight “he wanted to get out of his head as soon as possible.” And Robbins would have laughed at that. “He was very easygoing and laughed more at the joke …

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Erie community rallies in support of the people of war-torn Ukraine

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly included several references to Ukraine as a region rather than a country. Erie has stocked shipping containers with clothing and food and has helped drive fundraisers near or beyond their goals while local efforts continue in support of those affected by …

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Outdoor retailers are returning to Salt Lake City despite some industry resistance

File Photo: Outdoor Retailer SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 23, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has confirmed that the Outdoor Retailer Show is returning to the Salt Palace. The official announcement is set for Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., but Mendenhall couldn’t help but tweet a …

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Lake Elsinore residents given last chance for relocation

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – The city of Lake Elsinore will hold a final public hearing Tuesday night to receive input on adjusting the boundaries of the five city council districts. By law, any city with a “county-based” voting system like Lake Elsinore must redraw the city council’s county boundaries every …

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Summit County is helping fund work on Lock 3, Summit Lake

Summit County is providing money to the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition to fund their projects, including their ongoing efforts to revitalize Summit Lake and Lock 3 in Akron. The district council has approved a $150,000 grant to the coalition. The county said it was “committed to work on the …

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Tri City Bombers and cartel partners convicted of racketeering | USAO SDTX

HOUSTON — Five men have pleaded guilty and received substantial sentences for their involvement in a Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) conspiracy, U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery announced. Ramon De La Cerda, 48, McAllen; Jose Rolando Gonzalez, 43, and Juan Alberto Mendez, 49, both missionaries; Solomon Robles, 35, …

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Modern West Gallery artists-in-residence will be given the opportunity to create after the pandemic

In a light-filled studio at the Modern West Gallery in Salt Lake City, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, a blonde bob haircut and wearing a collarless T-shirt on a warm March day – works on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces, who examine society’s …

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The patchwork groups share gender-affirming underwear patterns

Mel Martinez’s father had an unusual (and very unofficial) title in the Air Force: Stitch Bitch. Decades later, that title — bestowed on many men whose chores included sewing — has now become something of a rallying cry for queer seamstresses like Martinez, who put gender affirmation at the heart …

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