Lake City Community

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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Chelsea Factory, a new art and collaboration center, opens in NYC

Chelsea Factory, a newly renovated arts and community center, opens this fall in New York City to provide affordable access to New York-based artists and community groups to rehearsal, performance, and collaboration spaces. Originally constructed in 1914, this 14,000-square-foot listed building at 547 West 26th Street in the Chelsea neighborhood …

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Utah’s Ford and BYU’s Faauatea teams are helping the community

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Football’s Nick Ford and BYU’s Lorenzo Fauatea put the rivalry aside to join forces to help the community. The Ute and Cougar come together to serve foster families in the state of Utah. “The Utes and the Cougs are going purple! @ NickFord55 and @ZFauatea …

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Comment: Our community still has more to do | Previous lake opinion

As the Director of Justice and Inclusion for Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools and a member of the Race, Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion Task Force for the City of Savage, I have received many emails and phone calls expressing my deep sadness, disgust, and concern for the people terrible racist video …

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Lake Wire Apartment and Retail Community Receives Design Approval

An urban-style settlement with 630 apartments with restaurants and shops will be built on the abandoned Florida Tile property west of Lake Wire. The plans were unveiled today at a meeting of the Lakeland Downtown Development Authority. The conceptual design by Atlanta developers Carter & Associates and architects The Preston …

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The hearings at Mountain Gateway will resume Thursday

The Whitefish Planning Board will continue two public hearings on Thursday on the proposed development of the Mountain Gateway at the base of Big Mountain. After more than four hours of public testimony at its October 21 meeting, the board decided to continue the hearings and is receiving comments on …

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Kenosha is hoping for calm as the Kyle Rittenhouse trial nears its end

KENOSHA, Wisconsin – This Lake Michigan town was quiet, calm, and peaceful on Sunday, and many residents want it to stay that way as the closing arguments in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial begin Monday. “Monday is coming, so I mean, it’s a little nervous,” said 35-year-old Kenosha resident Mike Lipp. …

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Ice Bar at Salt City Best Fest

The best vendors in Salt Lake City will be featured at the Salt Lake Tribune’s first annual Salt City Best Fest on December 4, 2021. Tour three floors of the historic Leonardo Museum from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM or 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM and sample the best vendors …

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Headlights Depot opens warehouse in Salt Lake City

Headlight Depot Logo Salt Lake City is a testament to our commitment to expanding our 1-day ground service area with high quality CAPA certified lighting. That’s just the beginning!” – Jay Tannenbaum POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA, U.S., November 3, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Headlights Depot announced the opening of a warehouse and …

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Blood donation calendar: 10/31/2021 | Body Soul

Versiti Blood Center of Michigan Cadillac, 1 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Nov. 1 LifeHouse Assembly of God Fellowship Hall, 1120 W. Division St. Benzonia, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., November 2, Benzie Central High School Auditorium, 9222 Homestead Road McBain, 2:15 p.m.-7: 30 p.m. November 2, Amish Ward – Blood …

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Letters to the Editor October 25th

Barnhart for Mayor I’ve already filled out and mailed my ballot for the Columbia Falls City Council elections. Although I was disappointed that there were no more candidates running for the council, I had no problem putting my “X” next to Don Barnhart’s name. So when I read that there …

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A time of renewal – State of Reform

Dear friend, Over the past decade, I have been continually inspired by your compassion, enthusiasm, and intelligence as we have worked together to build a stronger community – one of opportunity, equality, justice, and health. On so many occasions, including during the stress of the pandemic, it was the everyday …

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Community News: October 5th | Nvdaily

Card shower A shower card is planned for Peggy Vann Helsley, who will celebrate her 85th birthday on Monday. Cards can be mailed to 1714 Double Church Road, Stephens City, Virginia 22655. Engelbaum registrations The Salvation Army’s Front Royal Corps will host angel tree registrations for residents of the Front …

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Aramark staff volunteer time & services

Aramark employees do volunteer work, services for the Page Animal Shelter and Bullfrog School By Steven Law Brittany Brink, Senior HR Manager, and Tracy King-Garappolo, HR Associate Manager, train dogs housed in the Page Animal Adoption Shelter. Last week, Aramark held its Aramark Building Community Day events, and Aramark employees …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR | News, sports, jobs

SA / 10-2 Beloit 1970 West Branch Class, breakfast at Perkins Restaurant at 10am Calcutta Beaver Creek Wildlife Education Center open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pioneer Days, 10 am-5pm, Beaver Creek State Park Pioneer Village Chester Chester Beautification’s 5th Annual Rock Springs Park Oldies Dance, 7-10pm, Community Building; $ …

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Missing in Utah: what happened to Eztli?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – It’s like Eztli Cortez-Trujillo vanished into thin air. Family, friends and the police have not received any information about Etzli’s whereabouts for 18 months. According to police reports, friends were concerned that Eztli was worried, perhaps suicidal.Eztli is transgender, gender neutral, which means that the …

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Lake County News, California – The community kitchen project aims to feed homeless and vulnerable residents, build professional skills, and provide solutions to housing problems

Employees and supporters of the community kitchen project in the newly built community kitchen at the Silvera Community Center in Lakeport, California. Photo courtesy North Coast Opportunities. LAKEPORT, California – A new collaborative venture seeks to feed people in need and connect them with resources for housing and employment. “Everyone …

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Chamber cone | | cadillacnews.com

Chamber corner Many thanks to our Festival of the Pines 2021 sponsors for helping make this annual event a success. We couldn’t be more blessed to have you in the community supporting local family activities. Sponsor included: Arletta’s Flowers and Gifts, A-Tech Automotive, A and L Trading Post, Duane and …

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According to the FBI, a federal detention warrant was issued against Brian Laundrie for “using unauthorized devices” after Gabby Petito’s death

By Dakin Andone, Madeline Holcombe and Jenn Selva, CNN The US District Court of Wyoming has issued a federal detention warrant for Brian Laundrie, according to the Denver branch of the FBI, after a federal grand jury charged him with “unauthorized device use” following the death of Gabby Petito. “While …

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IN FOCUS Discussion: Hispanic Heritage Month

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated September 15 through October 15 each year to pay tribute to the stories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. According to the Library of Congress, the observation …

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Job Seeker Assistance Center in Southwest Riverside County

MENIFEE, CA – Job seekers in southwest Riverside County can get job search help at the recently opened Temporary Menifee Workforce Development Center in Menifee. The center opened last week and offers career coaching, resume writing help, job search help, specialized training, skills development, special recruiting events and workshops for …

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UDoH announces antigen testing sites for week

Photo: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Utah, Sept. 7, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – The Utah Department of Health has announced free coronavirus testing sites for the week. All of the locations listed below offer PCR, rapid antigen testing, and NP swab PCR testing. All pages are accessible to …

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The University of Utah: Food is Medicine

She plans to address this issue in an upcoming address at the upcoming Food is Medicine virtual conference hosted by the University of Utah College of Health and the Utah Center for Community Nutrition (UCCN). Nestle is an internationally recognized consumer advocate, nutritionist, award-winning writer, and academic specializing in food …

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Lake County News, California – Cache fire evacuees moved to Clearlake Senior Citizens’ Center after the county closed the Middletown shelter

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Clearlake residents who stayed at the evacuation shelter created for those who fled the Cache fire on Wednesday faced another move on Saturday as the county moved into Middletown closed, a move that has created tension between city and county governments. The 83-acre fire, which according …

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Fire-friendly weather to return to Northern California

Thick smoke that held down winds and temperatures began to clear Sunday from the scenic forestlands of Northern California as firefighters battling the largest single wildfire in state history braced for a return of fire-friendly weather. The winds weren’t expected to reach the ferocious speeds that helped the Dixie Fire …

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