Lake City Community

“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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District Board Approves Grant For Accessible Kayak And Canoe Launch At Winona Lake – InkFreeNews.com

From left: Kosciusko County Convention, Recreation and Visitor Commission member Jessica Hartman and KCCRVC President Kathy Ray. InkFreeNews photos by Liz Shepherd. By Liz ShepherdInkFreeNews WARSAW – The Kosciusko County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commission (KCCRVC) approved a $30,000 grant to install an accessible kayak/canoe launch at Winona Lake Limitless …

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Lake County News, Calif. — Virtual Tree Mortality and Fire Safety City Hall scheduled for March 10

LAKE COUNTY, California — A virtual town hall will discuss concerns about tree mortality and fire safety efforts in Lake County this week. The event will take place on Thursday, March 10 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The meeting ID is 955 1024 4148, the passcode is 895673. It can …

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Local Egg Hunts, Breakfasts are back for the Easter season: Short Takes on Avon, Avon Lake and North Ridgeville

Avon, Ohio Hippity Hoppin’ A “more normal” Easter is on the way as many well-known spring community events return after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. North Ridgeville is planning a free Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Rotary Club on April 9 at Ranger Stadium, 34600 Bainbridge …

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Overstock Attends Upcoming Investor Conferences | Messages

SALT LAKE CITY, March 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Overstock.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:OSTK), a leading e-commerce retailer of home furnishings, announces its attendance at the Bank of America 2022 Consumer and Retail Technology Conference and announced the DA Davidson 5th Annual Consumer Growth Conference, as described below. Bank of America 2022 …

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League City City Council withholds support for Clear Lake Apartments

League City City Council‘s vote against supporting a proposed housing project effectively killed it. During the February 24 city council meeting, JMZ Land Co. proposed building Clear Lake Apartments south of FM 518, west of Louisiana Avenue, east of St. Christopher Avenue and north of Berm Street. The homes would …

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The man ordered the 4-year-old to shoot the officers

MIDVALE, Utah (AP) – Investigators believe a man told his 4-year-old child to shoot officers after a dispute broke out Monday over his order at a McDonald’s drive-thru in a suburb of Salt Lake City came, police said. An officer was able to smack at the gun as it fired, …

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Jessie Diggins crowns the 2022 Olympics with a 30km silver medal in cross-country skiing

In one of the final events of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Jessie Diggins ended her games with a bang, winning a silver medal in the women’s 30km mass start. Crossing the finish line with tears streaming down her face, Diggins collapsed. She had done what no American woman had ever …

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Pamplin Media Group – Clackamas Community College aims to get kids outside

The Environmental Learning Center’s Spring into Nature kits are designed to encourage kids to explore Clackamas Community College equips young outdoor enthusiasts with activities to help kickstart the new season and inspire curiosity about the world around them. This spring, the college’s Environmental Learning Center is offering new Explorer Kits. …

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Community, heads of state and government discuss the pros and cons of bidding for the Winter Olympics

PARK CITY, Utah –– Park City and Summit County leaders held a key meeting Tuesday discussing the potential of hosting the 2030 or 2034 Winter Olympics in the region. The idea is progressing at full speed, the application to the International Olympic Committee will hopefully be completed in the next …

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February 14, 2022 – The Suburban Times

February 14, 2022: Summary of the week Happy Valentine’s Day, Lakewood. The City Council has formed an ad hoc Tree Advisory Committee to recommend revisions to Lakewood’s tree protection code to the public. The JBLM North Access project is booming – Gravelly Lake has reopened between Nyanza and Veterans, and …

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The Senate bill aims to reduce overcrowding in parks, Gateway points out

A draft convention sponsored by Montana Sen. Steve Daines aims to empower gateway communities swamped by burgeoning state tourism by tapping federal coffers to address local housing, infrastructure and other visitor issues. Sen. Angus King, I-Maine, co-sponsored the bill – the Gateway Community and Recreation Enhancement Act – which has …

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That’s how many COVID-19 vaccines Utah has received so far

2022-02-10 It has now been 60 weeks since the first shipments of the COVID-19 vaccine were sent to states, kickstarting the largest vaccination campaign in human history. As of February 8, the US has shipped 671,790,965 doses of the vaccine nationwide — equivalent to 204.7% of the US population. While …

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New resident priest: Br. Sebastian Chako

Friday February 11, 2022 courtesy photo + Magnify ather Sebastian Chacko, By Laura Vallejo Catholic between the mountains KEARNS – On January 11, the Diocese of Salt Lake City welcomed Father Sebastian Chacko, who was installed as priest-in-residence at Saint Francis Xavier Parish in Kearns. Br. Chacko, who was born …

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New home for CalTahoe JPA ambulances preparing to open in South Lake Tahoe | South Lake Tahoe

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — The California Tahoe Emergency Services Operations Authority, better known as the CalTahoe JPA, will soon be moving to its new home in central South Lake Tahoe. They have been operating from rented houses in the area for the past two years, but will soon be …

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Glenwood Springs accommodations outperformed the competition in 2021

Despite pandemic precautions, interstate shutdowns and the closure of the Hanging Lake Trail, Glenwood Springs’ lodging and tourism industry ended 2021 strong, said Lisa Langer, tourism director of Visit Glenwood Springs. “We’re seeing a huge increase in our occupancy year over year,” Langer said. “In 2021 we even outperformed our …

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Obituary of David Moody (2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

David Snow Moody 1936~2020 Our hero David Snow Moody joined his loved one just two months after her death on January 29, 2022. He did everything good! He lived a Christlike life by serving, loving, and lifting others. He was always cheerful and friendly. He loved to laugh. He was …

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The Salt Lake City Arts Council plans to restore the cultural sector with a $500,000 grant

Shannon Secody helps her grandson Elija Hendricks get dressed before his performance at a festival presented by the Salt Lake City Arts Council on May 19, 2018. The council has received a $500,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts to help the cultural sector’s recovery from the pandemic. …

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Bemidji City Council Holds Historic Joint Meeting with Leech Lake – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — Representatives of the Leech Lake tribal government and the Bemidji City Council held a joint meeting Monday that marked the formal beginning of relations between the two government bodies. The meeting, held at the Sanford Center, began with an exchange of gifts and an invocation. Short presentations followed, …

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Duluth lifts thermostat request to natural gas customers east of Lake Ave.

“We want to thank the public for their support over the past few days,” said Greg Guererro, interim director of public works and utilities. “Reducing the strain on gas services allowed our crews and contractors to make necessary repairs and gave us time to rely on gas flow to serve …

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🌱 Tiny Home Village against homelessness + fatal car accident

Hello folks of Salt Lake City! It’s me again, Joseph Peterson, your Salt Lake City Daily host. First today’s weather: Mostly sunny. High: 39 Low: 20. Here are today’s top 3 stories in Salt Lake City: ONE pedestrian was killed in Salt Lake City yesterday in a fatal accident involving …

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United and divided by faith

This story is part of The Salt Lake Tribune‘s ongoing commitment to finding solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. [Subscribe to our newsletter here] Latter-day Saints, get off your high horses. And nonmembers, would you stop “Mormon bashing” on the internet and making assumptions …

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Bravo fires one of Salt Lake City’s ‘real housewives’

Old social media posts are returning to haunt one of the cast members. (Chad Kirkland/Bravo) The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City returned September 21 with Heather Gay, Jen Shah, Meredith Marks, Mary Cosby, Lisa Barlow, Whitney Rose and new cast Jennie Nguyen. The second season episodes are still airing. …

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More women are getting elected in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – When it comes to women in US politics, men hold far more elected office than women. In Utah, the gender gap is slightly wider. But a shift began in this most recent election, as more and more women mayors took office — many of them the …

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Researchers are studying new contraceptive methods for men

through: Danielle MacKim, Nextstar Media Wire Sent: Jan 22, 2022 / 9:06 am EST / Updated: Jan 22, 2022 / 9:06 am EST A woman is holding a pack of contraceptive pills. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi) SALT LAKE CITY (KTVX) — University of Utah Health scientists can finally offer a solution …

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How to measure snow correctly

SALT LAKE CITY — You don’t have to be a pro to measure how much snow accumulates during a winter storm in Utah. In fact, the National Weather Service relies on volunteers and the public, people like you and me, to provide snowfall measurements during winter weather events. That means …

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Tenants fight back as Utah botches housing assistance – Liberation News

In early 2021, the state of Utah received $215 million in rental subsidies to help renters stay housed during the pandemic. But within the first few months, Utah had fallen far short of the program’s intended payout ratio. On November 15, the US Treasury Department forced the state to submit …

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Mayor’s proposal not to build new homeless shelters ends up with Planning Commission, which says ‘Not without a plan’

Under a ticking clock of the city’s six-month moratorium on all new homeless shelters announced by Mayor Erin Mendenhall in October, the planning commission last week heard the administration’s case for the next step in its zoning ordinance revisions related to homeless shelters and homeless resource centers. Things were not …

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Letter: City must commit to anti-racist work | Prior Lake Letters to the Editor

In this open letter to our neighbors, we hope to explain how our community’s increased awareness of what has been happening for decades, and efforts by a small group to take meaningful steps to combat racism in our city, is a catalyst for have made improvement. A few weeks ago, …

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Kathleen Rae Shetenhelm | Obituaries

Kathleen Rae (Sprik) Shetenhelm, 75 years old, went to Lady Lake, Florida, home to see her Savior on January 10, 2022. She was a resident of Cadillac, Michigan and Lady Lake, Florida. Kathy was born on April 19, 1946 in Cadillac Michigan to Donald J. and Edna (Batts) Sprik. She …

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FEMA trailer deadline looming for survivors of Lake Charles storm: “Everything is expensive” | Lake Charles news

SULFUR – Roishetta Ozane knows she and her six children will have to move soon, but she has no idea where they are going. “The rent is ridiculously high,” said the 37-year-old community activist and single mother, who has lived in a FEMA-paid rental van since May, when her previous …

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Salt Lake City Reviewer’s Favorite Shows

1. LES MISERABLES at the Hale Center Theater, www.hct.org A total spectacle with polished pictures and singing, scene by scene, surprised the audience with its artistry, the lush lighting, reminiscent of stained glass, and the immense size. This was possibly one of the most spectacular LES MISERABLES productions ever staged. …

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Lake City executives prepare to meet the city manager’s finalists, the county has the second highest completion rate in the country

To stay up to date with the latest local news, subscribe to our TV20 newsletter HERE and receive the latest news directly by email every morning. COLUMBIA COUNTY, Fla. (WCJB) – As Lake City executives prepared to meet the two finalists for the city manager position in person, Columbia County …

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Former Lake Helen Police Chief Michael Walker takes over a Bunnell Police Department in turmoil after a quick search

Michael Anthony Walker is the new Bunnell Police Chief. (© FlaglerLive) When Michael Anthony Walker was a police officer in Lake Helen sixteen years ago, he was on an I-4 flyover where he spoke for an hour to a 43-year-old man who had looped a power cord and was about …

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Letter: TomatoFest Board of Directors thanks the community for their support in 2021 | Lifestyles

The TomatoFest board would like to thank everyone who contributed to the success of TomatoFest 2021. In May 2021, with support from the Auburn Police Department, Cayuga County Sheriff‘s Department, and Perform4Purpose, TomatoFest hosted a non-perishable food collection drive-through event at BOCES. Over 3,000 non-perishable items were collected and delivered …

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Colorado burn victims begin surveying the destruction in the new year

SUPERIOR, Colorado (AP) – Hundreds of Colorado residents who expected to ring their homes in 2022 are instead starting the New Year to save what’s left of them after a windswept wildfire raged through the Denver suburbs . Families fleeing the flames without warning returned to their neighborhoods on Friday …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Lake County News, California – Clearlake City Council selects new leadership and is considering sponsoring the Promise program

CLEARLAKE, Calif. – The Clearlake City Council at its meeting this week will fulfill its annual leadership election duties for the coming year, as well as approve a local college education support program. The council will meet in closed session at 5:00 p.m. to resolve existing litigation against the county …

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Dickens’ Christmas party celebrates 20th season in St. George – St George News

Scenes from the Southern Utah Dickens Christmas Festival, St. George, Utah, date not given | Photo courtesy of the Dickens Christmas Festival, St. George News CONTRIBUTED CONTENT – Travel back in time and meet Santa Claus, Scrooge and other magical characters of the Christmas season when the Dickens Christmas Festival …

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Thousands watch downtown Coeur d’Alene light up and get into the Christmas spirit during the Lights Ceremony Parade

Bright Christmas lights. Spoilsport. Red Hot Mamas. All of them could be seen on an unusually warm Friday evening as thousands of people paced the edge of Sherman Avenue in downtown Coeur d’Alene for the 29th Annual Light Ceremony Parade. “I liked everything,” said 6-year-old Adrian Slack, who has never …

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Opinion | How liberals can be happier

This view is further supported by happiness research. A study by Pew Research, for example, links the achievement of the happiness advantage of the Republicans over the Democrats in part with more marriages, greater family satisfaction and a higher religious presence. In a separate study on the conservative-liberal happiness gradient, …

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