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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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