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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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Mannion and Walsh Join Skaneateles in Announcing a Pilot Program with Stakeholders at Skaneateles Lake – Eagle News Online

SYRACUSE – On Friday August 6th, Senator John W. Mannion (D-Geddes) and Syracuse Mayor Ben Walsh, along with stakeholders at Skaneateles Lake, joined in a pilot program for a new state-of-the-art detection and rapid Detection of harmful algal blooms, announce remediation system. The federally funded $ 100,000 HAB control effort …

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Lake County News, California – Clearlake City Council approves the sale of Clearlake Waste Solutions

LAKE COUNTY, Calif. – Clearlake City Council unanimously approved the proposed sale of the company, which is the city’s franchise waste transporter, on Thursday. Clearlake Waste Solutions has been Clearlake’s franchise freight forwarder since 2011 and now offers a universal waste and recycling collection. City manager Alan Flora said that …

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Plainsman Lake subdivision approved by city council

The city council approved a development agreement for Plainsman Lake, a planned neighborhood adjoining the Solamere subdivision, during its Tuesday evening session. The proposal has been postponed from the previous meeting to give Solamere residents more time to read it. During the contract negotiations, several Solamere residents, including the homeowners …

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Armenian Consulate General in Los Angeles establishes cooperation relationships with the State of Utah – Public Radio of Armenia

The first official visit by Ambassador Armen Baibourtian, Consul General of Armenia to Los Angeles, Utah, began on July 12 with a meeting with the Armenian community in the Arbat Hall. The Consul General spoke about practical mechanisms and programs to build institutional relationships between the Armenian community in Utah …

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Bridge Investment picks up 348 garden style units

Broadmoor Village. Image courtesy of Institutional Property Advisors The 348-unit Broadmoor Village in West Jordan, Utah has changed hands. Bridge Investment Group has acquired the garden property from Wasatch Property Group. Institutional Property Advisors, a division of Marcus & Millichap, brokered the transaction on behalf of the seller and brokered …

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Cycling promotes city bike plans | Local news

PLATTSBURGH – The Plattsburgh City community bike tour drew nearly 80 cyclists over the weekend as the community sought more “bike-friendly” feedback. Mayor Christopher Rosenquest led the pack on Sunday afternoon on a two-mile drive from Melissa Penfield Park to Peter S. Blumette Park. “It was great to see so …

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Summit Metro Parks Nature Center

AKRON, Ohio – Summit Metro Parks opened its first urban nature center Thursday, cutting a bond with the many partners involved – from the city of Akron and Summit County to public and private foundations. What you need to know Built in the lake’s old pump house, the Summit Lake …

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