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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EXCLUSIVE US oil producer EP Energy is trying to save the deal from regulatory sources

The FTC headquarters in Washington, U.S. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas Sign up now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com to register February 15 (Reuters) – EP Energy is considering a sale of Utah oil acreage it hopes is a challenge by a US antitrust authority to private equity firm EnCap’s agreed $1.5 …

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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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Family businesses need to be flexible to get through bad times

We’re not that far into 2022, and it’s already shaping up to be another challenging year for America’s 5.5 million family businesses grappling with the coronavirus pandemic. Rampant inflation, supply chain bottlenecks and acute labor shortages persist. Family businesses are vital to America. According to the Conway Center for Family …

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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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Payday Loans in Norwalk Fairfield County Ct –

This is a very common situation for freelancers as their income is not always the same. I didn’t want to ask a partner for money so I turned to Payday-Loans-Cash-Advance.net. The potential lender was found within hours of the application being approved. The next day after submitting the application, I …

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Company experts say dredging Utah Lake will be his salvation. Therefore, critics reject the project

publisher’s Note • This story is available only to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. Utah Lake’s environmental problems are so widespread, so ingrained, that solving them will require a massive remodeling of the 150-square-mile lake bed that forms the heart of the Utah Valley, according …

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Official Procedures of the Stutsman Cou – Jamestown Sun

Stutsman County Commission Official Meetings – January 18, 2022 At 3:30 p.m., Chairman Klose called the regular Stutsman County Commission meeting to order. Dennis Ova (via phone), Ramone Gumke (via phone), Joan Morris, Steven Cichos and Mark Klose took the appeal. Jim Fettig, maintenance manager, requested permission to replace the …

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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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For Team USA’s Nathan Chen, “blood, sweat, tears” led to Olympic gold

By Coy Wire, Nectar Gan and Simone McCarthy, CNN When Team USA’s Nathan Chen ran with a flawless performance to his first Olympic gold medal in Beijing on Thursday, it was the culmination of a years-long dream for the first-generation American, a native of Salt Lake City. In an interview …

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Payday Loans Maine offers you financial assistance with no credit check or other paperwork –

Maine enjoys a low cost of living, affordable housing and many industries for work across the state. However, with a median state income of $56,000, Maine residents earn less than the national average. This leaves many residents with unpaid bills while waiting for payday. Don’t let a big utility bill …

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The Suamico high school freshman’s Olympic dreams as a member of Team USA

SUAMICO, Wisconsin (WBAY) – As US athletes compete in the Beijing Olympics, hundreds of younger Team USA athletes are training to become a future Olympian. One of them, a freshman from Bay Port High School, is a member of Team USA Luge. “Small Towns” traveled to Suamico, where gold medal …

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Classic Twin Cities date ideas

For the artists Why not play with clay this Valentine’s Day? Caufield Clay offers courses where you can keep your pottery at the end of the course and Cry Baby Clay has clay kits for fun at home. caufieldclayworks.com, crybabyclay.com You don’t have to be a skilled woodworker, jewelry maker, …

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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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ZAGG introduces screen and case protection for the

SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ZAGG, the global leader in accessories and technologies that empower the mobile lifestyle, today announced screen protectors and cases for the all-new Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone line. The new accessory aims to help consumers protect themselves better. Finally, 50% of adult …

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How a massage company pulled off a radical Covid pivot

On a list of business models likely to face headwinds due to Covid-19, in-office massage would be pretty high. Luckily for Amelia Wilcox, whose company billed itself as “the largest national provider of on-site massage,” she wasted no time turning to a new venture when the pandemic struck. Rebranded from …

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Reasons for using payday loans

Where do you look when you need money urgently? Talk to family and friends? Are you asking your boss for a loan toward your next paycheck? Do you sell a few items? Do you contact your bank for a loan? In fact, people consider many interesting options when they need …

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Black Fret Seattle Announces 2022 Scholars

Ben London doesn’t want Seattle to turn into a “music desert”. The image conjured up is bleak, one of a barren wasteland devoid of culture, a once fertile artistic landscape parched under the scorching sun of the rising cost of living. Here, people roam like mad with …

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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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Is San Antonio’s FloatMe a Safer Alternative to Payday Loans?

FloatMe, a San Antonio tech startup that gives workers cash advances against their next paycheck, said it has increased $16.2 million from investors in its latest fundraising round. In total, the startup has raised $49.1 million in funding since June 2019, including $25 million in debt funding, according to Crunchbase, …

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February 7-12, 2022: Schedule by Gov. Spencer J. Cox and Lt. gov. Deidre M Henderson

Events marked media access indicate that an event is open to the media. Events marked media availability indicates that an event is open to the media and that a media question and answer session is scheduled. Please note that the Governor’s and Lt. Governors may change when a Remote Surge …

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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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Rather the Survivor – The Durango Herald

Formerly with its owner Carl Darnell. (Courtesy of Carl Darnell) Blind dog survives 45-foot fall from cliff “You don’t throw away a whole life just because it’s a little broken.” – Tom Smith (played by Chris Cooper) in Seabiscuit On August 12, 2021, my blind 10-year-old golden retriever, Sooner, fell …

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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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Things to Do in Miami: Miami City Ballet’s “Swan Lake” at the Arsht Center February 11-13, 2022

The Miami City Ballet begins its season opener on Friday, February 11 after flipping and canceling one of them during the pandemic Nutcracker performances in December. Swan LakeComposed in 1875 by Tchaikovsky, it will be the largest production in the history of the Miami City Ballet and the North American …

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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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The SF supervisors are seeking re-election. Here’s how much they’ve already collected

As San Francisco turns its eyes to the State Assembly race in less than two weeks, bosses have been piling up their campaign coffers for re-election this year. Maintainers Gordon Mar, Catherine Stefani, Rafael Mandelman and Shamann Walton are running again in November with no known challengers. While Stefani and …

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Pitney Bowes enables transformation with Fiserv’s new banking platform

STAMFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pitney Bowes Inc. (NYSE: PBI), a global shipping and mail company providing technology, logistics and financial services, today announced the launch of a transformative, best-in-class banking platform in 2022. Powered by Fiserv, a global leader in payments and financial services technology, the modern platform provides the foundation for …

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MFIs in America are raising the interest rate on online payday loans

If you need money but cannot borrow it from those close to you (relatives, friends, work colleagues, business partners), the only thing that will help is membership in one or the other loan program. This opportunity is really open to everyone, but at high interest rates. According to the well-known …

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Ballet West casts Black Juliet first, but she’s more about the role than her race

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4) – As a classical ballet dancer, there are several roles that just make you dream. The dual role of Odette and Odile in Swan Lake, for example – with its notoriously difficult 32 fouette twists – is reserved for only the most elite of ballerinas. …

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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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FT readers: The feel-good spaces in your city

© Courtesy of The Met I’ve been to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York at least a hundred times and there are so many places that are particularly important to me. Yet on every visit I am inevitably drawn to the Medieval Sculpture Hall – a high vaulted …

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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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Today in Johnson City History: January 30 | Life

January 30, 1897: 125 years ago today, The Salt Lake Tribune reported: “The Wautaga (sic) Bank (sic) in Johnson City, Tennessee closed yesterday. Liabilities are $28,000 and assets are nearly $94,000. $28,000 in 1897 is now worth about $937,655. Ninety-four thousand dollars in the same year currently has a purchasing …

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this is not an atlas

Event Details: The latest exhibition of the VAC, this is not an atlas, examines notions of mapping, mythology, and belonging in the works of artists Jude Abu Zaineh, Bruno Canadien, Bonnie Devine, Maria Hupfield, Teo Monsalve, Su Yu Hsin, and Joseph Tisiga. The collected works—including paintings, prints, videos, and site-specific …

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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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Community activist pushes Clearwater ‘establishment’ in race for city council

CLEARWATER — Maranda Douglas stood before the lectern in the city council chambers Jan. 20 and warned the Clearwater political establishment not to count her. Days earlier, Councilor Hoyt Hamilton had chastised campaign decorum related to the three-way race to fill his Seat 5, which he will vacate due to …

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How “payday loans” help wolves manage money

Wolves have received £23million in a loan secured against the future installments of Diogo Jota’s sale to Liverpool, helping Jeff Shi manage cash flow WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JULY 15: Wolverhampton Wanderers Technical Director, Scott Sellars (L) and Wolverhampton Wanderers Executive Chairman Jeff Shi look on during a Wolverhampton Wanderers Pre-Season …

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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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Coach’s Corner: Youth programs pay off in high school girls hoops | News, Sports, Jobs

Lehi Senior Jamisyn Heaton drives to the basket Tuesday, January 18, 2022 during the Region 8 game against Timpview in Lehi. (Jared Lloyd, Daily Herald) It’s no surprise why certain high school girls’ basketball teams like Springville, American Fork, Timpanogos, Lone Peak, Lehi and Westlake – to …

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BUSINESS INFORMATION: Bank Hires New IT Office; Registration for lunch is ongoing | Messages

Lake City Bank hires Darrin McLaughlin WARSAW – Lake City Bank recently announced that Darrin McLaughlin has joined Lake City Bank as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. In this role, McLaughlin will lead all aspects of Lake City Bank‘s technology and information systems, including executing the company’s technology …

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Governor, Lawmakers Shouldn’t Ignore Payday Loans | comment

In the first week of the 2022 legislative session, lawmakers introduced several bills that would lower New Mexico’s unscrupulous interest rate cap from 175 percent on small loans to 36 percent. But the Legislature won’t even be able to discuss such measures in the current 30-day session without an official …

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look up! What is the highest elevation in New York State?

New York State is known for its abundance of diverse natural beauty. When it comes to mountains, the Empire State certainly has some of the best peaks and mountain ranges in the eastern United States. Three major mountain ranges span the state; the Adirondacks, the Catskills and also part of …

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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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What you should know before renting

Payday loans tend to have very high interest rates and are often based on your income. Personal loans are long-term installment loans that typically have lower interest rates than payday loans. Payday loans are always a worse option than personal loans because of their high interest rates. Read more stories …

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VERB’s commitment to ESG excellence in the Nasdaq case

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. and SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Verb Technology Company, Inc. (Nasdaq: VERB) (“VERB” or the “Company”)the leading provider of interactive, video-based sales-enablement applications, including livestream eCommerce and shoppable interactive video, webinar, CRM and marketing applications for businesses and entrepreneurs, today announced that the …

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Using Payday Loans During COVID-19 Pandemic

On a normal day, paying bills can be quite a challenge for most individuals and households. Unfortunately, with the COVID-19 pandemic, the financial situation has worsened, emphasizing the need for most people to stock up on emergency cash. Payday loans give you access to short-term funds, albeit at a typically …

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Suzhou Municipal Bureau of Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism Named Main Sponsor of London’s International Media Marketplace | National News

NEW YORK, January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Suzhou Municipal Bureau for Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism is pleased to announce its headline sponsorship of the IMM London that will be held 14-15 March 2022. In its tenth year, IMM has firmly established itself as the leading global event connecting …

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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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Consumers Credit Union searches for a new building in downtown SH | local news

Consumers Credit Union plans to expand its presence in the South Haven area with the construction of a new four-story building on Phoenix Street. Kalamazoo-based Credit Union has purchased three lots on the 400 block of Phoenix Street currently occupied by a one-story building that was leased for several years …

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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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LA: the great walking city

On a morning visit to Silver Lake, I pass an abandoned refrigerator lying on its side with the freezer door open to native rodents. A few steps away I pick up an old hardcover duplicate of The Great Gatsby and The night is tender from the curb library of some …

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HAMILTON performances postponed for February at Eccles

Zion’s Bank Broadway at the Eccles has announced that the final two weeks of HAMILTON’s engagement in Salt Lake City (January 12-23, 2022) has been postponed. HAMILTON will now reopen on Tuesday 1st February 2022 and play through Sunday 13th February 2022. NEW SHOW ADDED! They have also announced the …

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The Lake Placid murals have been drawing crowds to the Highlands County town for 3 decades

murals in small towns Mark Wilson reports. LAKE PLACID, Fla. – Just a two-hour drive from Tampa, down the back roads of Central Florida, lies a small town with a colorful secret. “We are the capital of murals. We have 49 active murals in and around Lake Placid, Florida,” said …

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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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Five CO arts organizations out of 154 receiving government operating grants

SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – Awards totaling $1,265,166 will be made to 154 Oregon arts organizations as part of the Oregon Arts Commission’s Fiscal Year 2022 Operational Support Program. Due to a growing number of eligible organizations, there are six more recipients than in fiscal year 2021. Grant awards range from …

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CTBC Bank USA’s Noor Menai Appointed to the Advisory Board of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco | Your money

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Aug. January 2022– CTBC Bank USA announced today that its President and CEO Noor Menai has been appointed as one of the new members of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). This press release is multimedia. View the full press release …

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Is Northeast Ohio’s COVID-19 Surge Over? The awakening for Thursday January 20th, 2022

Subscribe to Wake Up, cleveland.com‘s free morning newsletter, delivered to your inbox at 5:30am weekdays Conditions will be colder today with highs only reaching around 20 degrees. Light snowfall is possible. Overnight it will be cloudy and very cold. Continue reading. Local results: Chicago Bulls 117, Cavs 104 COVID tip: …

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Capitol Drive Loans offers payday loans in Milwaukee, WI

Capitol Drive Loans offers payday loans in Milwaukee, WI

Milwaukee, WI – The pandemic has created an environment of uncertainty and financial hardship, particularly for individuals in Wisconsin who have lost their jobs and experienced pay cuts/cuts. As things slowly return to normal, individuals/families still require basic necessities, medical bills and other urgent needs that cost money, a problem …

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Lake Charles Selected Again to Host World LNG & Gas Summit – American Press

The Americas Summit & Exhibition of the World LNG & Gas Series returns to Lake Charles in October for its 19th edition. The City of Lake Charles, Cameron Parish Port District, Calcasieu Parish Police Jury, Cameron Parish Police Jury, Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Port of Lake Charles and Visit …

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Topeka JUMP Holds Rally Against Payday Loans

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – As payday lenders can charge up to 391% interest in the Sunflower State, community leaders have called on Kansas lawmakers to change. Topeka JUMP says community members from local and state organizations gathered to demand reform of payday credit practices across the Sunflower State on Wednesday, …

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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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Chelsea Factory aim to fill gap in performance arts caused by Covid-19

In March 2020, playwright and director Raquel Almazan was feverishly preparing the premiere of a play entitled Prisoner of La Paloma. The play, slated to premiere in New York City the following month, tells the story of El Buen Pastor’s female prisoners in Bogotá, Colombia, as they prepare for the …

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MIW welcomes three new members to the board

MIW welcomes three new members to the board Mentoring and inspiration for women in radio Mentoring and Inspiring Women in Radio (MIW) has announced three new members to its Board of Directors, including MRC Data’s Haley Jones, Bonneville International’s Melissa Mitchell and Urban One/Radio One’s Brittney Quarles. MIW is made …

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3,997 new COVID cases in Monmouth County in 3 days

MONMOUTH COUNTY, NJ — Between January 10 and 13, the number of new positive COVID-19 cases in Monmouth County surpassed nearly 4,000. Last week, the county had announced a total of 3,997 new positive COVID-19 cases.During the same period, 17 new deaths related to COVID-19 were reported in Monmouth County. …

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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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Letters, 15-18th January: We paid full price for Epic Passes, but we’re not getting our money’s worth with PCMR

A nightmare in PCMR Our family has been skiing in Park City for many years. We even bought a house near the Silver Star lift so we can walk to the lifts. Unfortunately, for the past two years, Park City Mountain Resort has either opened the lift very late or, …

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Where to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2022 in the Seattle Area

Publisher’s Note: Given the rapid spread of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, please refer to updated safety advice from local health authorities and check your event’s website for coronavirus requirements and the latest information. From National Day of Racial Healing and Day of Service to community-led rallies and marches, …

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Mansion Global Daily: The most competitive January ever in the US market, Melbourne rents hit record highs and more

The US faces the most competitive January housing market in history While prices and demand are rising, the supply of housing is at an all-time low. Continue reading BY NUMBERS TRENDING TODAY LIST OF THE DAY The $45 million Apex is one of Miami’s tallest buildings Amenities at this duplex …

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What you can expect when you take out payday loans

Payday loans are a convenient way to get quick cash when time is of the essence. The fees are higher than for a classic loan, but that’s the price to pay for a quick and easy transaction. Additionally, payday loan These are short-term, low-value loans, so the higher interest rates …

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“CashPlease”: Kleine Bank presents an alternative to payday loans

This week, Wells Fargo joined the list of big banks launching short-term lending products — and the much smaller OneUnited Bank in Boston unveiled its own version intended as an alternative to payday loans. OneUnited’s loan, called CashPlease, is designed to help the bank’s $635 million clients manage their cash …

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On the Road to Persistence: Moses Lake identifies a new location for the Open Doors Sleep Center

Moses Lake City manager Allison Williams provided an update on the city’s plans to address the needs of people affected by homelessness in the city during Tuesday’s Grant County Board of Commissioners meeting. “As a city, one of our big projects is the conversion of the Open Doors Sleep Center …

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Payday Loans vs Personal Loans: What’s the Difference?

If you need money for an emergency, you can borrow it in a number of ways. One is a payday loan. This type of loan is easy to apply for but can be very risky. Payday loans charge high interest rates and often have hidden fees. This very easily gets …

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Warhol Foundation announces fall 2021 grant recipients

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has announced the forty-nine recipients of its Fall 2021 grants, totaling $4.1 million, to museums and arts organizations in support of their programs, exhibitions, and curatorial research in the field of visual arts Art will be awarded, with up to 50 percent …

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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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Suncoast CU exceeds 1 million members

Suncoast CU President / CEO Kevin Johnson presents Ferzeda Richardson with a check for $ 1,000 on December 29 as a millionth member. (Photo courtesy Suncoast CU). Suncoast Credit Union announced Tuesday that it had reached 1 million members in December. The Tampa, Florida-based credit union was the tenth credit …

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ZoomInfo employees will raise more than $ 2 million for local nonprofits during the 2021 winter fundraiser

Donations to support 11 non-profit youth and family organizations in the company’s local communities VANCOUVER, Washington, January 11, 2022– (BUSINESS WIRE) – ZoomInfo (NASDAQ: ZI), a global leader in advanced go-to-market software, data and intelligence, announced today that ZoomInfo employees teamed up for the final winter fundraiser in 2021 to …

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Ireland launches universal basic income program for artists

Catherine Martin, Ireland’s Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and Media launched an online consultation on January 6th to seek views on the creation of a basic income plan for a number of the country’s artists. The program, which Martin described as a “one-off political intervention in a generation,” …

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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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Orange County CA Commercial Motor Insurance Policy for

San Clemente, USA, January 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – With the company’s improved offerings, restaurant owners can now get affordable but comprehensive commercial auto insurance for their business. These plans provide protection against theft and collision damage, as well as liabilities such as medical expenses. For more information on Cal …

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Hamilton man accused of raping and robbing a 19-year-old at gunpoint

A 36-year-old Mercer County man is accused of raping and robbing a 19-year-old at gunpoint in a Morris County hotel on Christmas Eve. Earl L. Kelly of Hamilton Township was arrested by Edison police on Friday, Morris County Attorney Robert Carroll said Sunday. He was charged, among other things, with …

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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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Servcorp Chicago announces new virtual office tariffs for. known

Chicago, USA, January 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Servcorp, a flexible office space provider with nine premium locations in the US and 150 worldwide, recently updated its 2022 virtual office rental prices for its two Chicago Loop locations, including 155 North Wacker Drive and 444 W Lake Street in the …

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