Small Businesses in Utah Eligible for SBA Loans

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Officials are inviting small, local, non-agricultural businesses to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans with the US Small Business Administration, SBA. Corporations in five counties of Utah and neighboring counties in Idaho and Wyoming are now eligible, according to director Tanya N. Garfield of the …

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#PhotoOfTheDay: 22 photos from June on Twitter

In June, Los Angeles Times photojournalists embedded in the US-backed Afghan Air Force watched the dangerous migration of migrants across the US-Mexico border, explored the reopening of Los Angeles after a turbulent year of COVID-19 Restrictions and much, much more. Below is a selection of photos published on by Taylor …

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We celebrate the fourth on the north coast | Local news

Some traditional Independence Day celebrations return this weekend, while many others are still on hold amid the COVID-19 pandemic. There won’t be any fireworks for the fourth at Marblehead, but the National Grand Bank is bringing back the traditional Horribles Parade on Sunday morning. The parade will get off at …

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Are you sure about this vote?

Dear Claudia: Are you sure you voted against the removal of Confederate statues from the halls of Congress this week? I ask you this because, as the mother of a Marine, I would have thought you would vote for America and not for the insurrection. This week you joined a …

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Get ready to party! List of July 4th events

RICHMOND, Virginia – Get ready to celebrate Independence Day with this list of events across the area. The Richmond Kickers will play at home on July 3rd. The game starts at 6:30 p.m. at the City Stadium. The Richmond Flying Squirrels Fourth of July celebration takes place on July 1st, …

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Forsyth County Land Rejuvenation Group has first meeting

“Essentially, land banks were created after states and local governments in the United States identified a problem,” said Molly Esswein of Forsyth District Attorney Ken Jarrard’s office, “and that there are these properties that end up tainted or not well maintained are behind with their taxes and have liens and …

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The Road Home opens a new residential complex with 65 residential units to bring the chronically homeless off the streets

The Magnolia Apartments will help “influence the homeless system,” says The Road Home’s executive director, by “attracting people who are really struggling to get into an apartment.” (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Michelle Flynn, Executive Director of The Road Home, will speak about Magnolia, a new, 65-unit permanent …

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Merrill celebrates 100 years of the City of Parks

TINA L. SCOTTEDITOR On June 16, 1921, the Merrill Daily Herald published an editorial entitled, “Merrill The City of Parks.” So it says in the introduction to a beautiful booklet created in 2019 for the Merrill Historical Society’s History Hunt. The brochure goes on to say:“The text [of the editorial …

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Best of NH 2021 Art & Culture

Editor favorites Inspirational poet Being the New Hampshire Poet Award Winner is more than an honor for you Alexandria Peary – it is an opportunity to bring about change in a part of our state that is too often underserved. Aiming to reach children in Coös County, their first North …

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Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star Jen Shah asks judges to dismiss the fraud case

Jen Shah, the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star who is accused of running a nationwide telemarketing fraud program, called on Monday for the government’s case to be dropped. Shah’s attorneys argued in court documents that an indictment against her and alleged co-conspirator Stuart Smith of conspiracy to commit …

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Unlock the Talent War with personalized coaching

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 16, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – WGU Labs, a subsidiary of the online nonprofit Western Governors University, today announced an accelerator partnership and investment in GoCoach, an education technology company focused on democratization focused on high quality coaching and e-learning to train the talents of today …

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Horn Lake thanks longtime board members | news

Horn Lake said goodbye to a trio of senior councilors Tuesday, thanking them for their long service to the city. Alderman At-Large Donnie “Chigger” White, Ward 4 Alderman Charlie Roberts, and Ward 6 Alderman John Jones all attended their last board meeting reflecting on their time in the city service. …

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