Bartlesville is entering a new phase of planning for the future

Bartlesville City leaders have entered a new phase in a month-long process of re-evaluating their mission, values ​​and organizational practices. The City Strategic Plan, a project undertaken by city employees and consultants from Arizona-based Mejorando Group, culminated in a preliminary draft of the final document prepared by the city project …

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Gilchrist honors historic preservation projects throughout Michigan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 5, 2022 Contact: [email protected] Lt. gov. Gilchrist II honors seven historic preservation projects across Michigan The annual Governor’s Awards recognize achievements in Michigan’s historic preservation community LANSING, Mich. – Today Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II joined the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) to announce that sEven …

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Liberty Lake City Council votes to keep controversial book ‘Gender Queer’

An award-winning book that some Liberty Lake City councilmen consider inappropriate for children will remain on the city library’s shelf. The council voted 4 to 2 to uphold the decision of the Liberty Lake Library board of trustees to keep the book after lengthy discussion by council members and members …

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GAO makes MACPAC appointments and reappointments

WASHINGTON, DC (May 2, 2022) – Gene L. Dodaro, United States Comptroller General and head of the US Government Accountability Office (GAO), today announced the appointment of four new members to the Medicaid and CHIP Payment and Access Commission ( MACPAC). He also re-elected two members. “MACPAC is an important …

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PROG Holdings, Inc. to Report Q3 2022 Earnings of $0.95 per Share, Jefferies Financial Group (NYSE:PRG) Forecast

PROG Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:PRG – Get Rating) – Equity analysts at Jefferies Financial Group raised their earnings estimates for the third quarter of 2022 for shares of PROG in a report published on Wednesday, April 10th. Jefferies Financial Group analyst K. Joseph now expects the company to report earnings per …

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The Sydney Olympics were “bought in large part”, said Australian official John Coates | Olympic games

John Coates, vice-president of the International Olympic Committee and outgoing president of Australia’s National Olympic Committee, said “broadly” that Sydney was awarded the 2000 Summer Olympics because it “bought the Games”. In excerpts from a recently discovered hour-long interview in 2008, Coates announced that he offered payments to two African …

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Mayor’s Message | Thanks to the moms out there – Santa Cruz Sentinel

In my role as Mayor of the City of Watsonville, I take great pride in celebrating members of our community in my monthly articles. This month I want to especially celebrate and honor mothers in our community and workforce in Watsonville. I believe it is our mother’s daily dedication, hard …

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Salt Lake City’s bid chief has fingers crossed for hosting the 2030 Winter Olympics

you have viewed over 50 articles in the last 12 months. Keep Olympic News Free Support insidethegames.biz for just £10 For nearly 15 years, insidethegames.biz has been at the forefront of fearlessly reporting on what’s happening in the Olympic Movement. As the first website not behind a paywall, we’ve made …

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Rebelution releases ‘Pretty Lady – Live in St. Augustine’ | Album will be released on May 20th

Today, rebellion have released the second single from their forthcoming live album, Live in St Augustine. PRESS HERE to stream “Pretty Lady – Live in St. Augustine” (from her GRAMMY-nominated Falling Into Place) and HERE to watch the simultaneous live video. A follow-up to the band’s hugely successful 2016 release, …

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Top 15 Houston Theater & Arts Performances in May 2022

“Dead Man’s Cell Phone” closes at the Alley Theater | in early May Courtesy of Alley Theatre Catch virtual and live performances all month long with our roundup of theater and performing arts productions happening in May 2022. The month of May brings to a close several major productions – …

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What are Payday Loans? 7 expert reasons to avoid them

We earn a commission on products purchased through some of the links in this article. With the cost of living rising, you may be wondering what payday loans are and if they could be a solution to ease the pressure on your household finances. With the prices of everything rising …

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Trader Joe’s Locations: Why Are They Often in Affluent Neighborhoods?

A typical Trader Joe’s is full of chatty employees in Hawaiian shirts, products with trendy labels, and shopping carts full of pickle popcorn and kale gnocchi. With no checkout or delivery services, each of the 500 stores is much smaller than a regular grocery store to make it “feel like …

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24 Hours: Chris Inverso | profiles

Courtesy of Chris Inverso Attracted by a scientific approach to all things, Chris Inverso aspired to be a doctor as a young man. “I loved it (how you could) just change one variable, test a hypothesis, and let data tell you what the right answers are going to be,” said …

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Winfield Police are identifying the body, which was found Tuesday in City Lake

Posted by: Shane Farley April 27, 2022 An Atlanta man has been identified as the person who was recovered from Winfield City Lake Tuesday afternoon. Jon “Mike” Michael Sanford, 75, was pulled from the lake around 4:45 p.m., according to Winfield Police. At approximately 12:15 p.m., members of the …

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Cost-of-living crisis: district credit union warns of payday loans and loan sharks

Now the credit union CLEVR Money, the credit union for Preston, Blackpool, Fylde, Wyre and Lancaster, has warned of the financial disaster many could face if they resort to high-interest borrowing. The warning comes as the Credit Union, a nonprofit with about 5,000 members, reported receiving a rising number of …

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The City of Valley is developing rapidly as the population grows

VALLEY, Neb. (WOWT) – A decades-old project is nearing completion in the city of Valley. A new 450-foot pedestrian bridge will connect the city and schools to the YMCA and the lake community. City officials believe the new bridge is just another attraction for a fast-growing city. Valley still has …

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RECAP: Kenny Chesney kicks off stadium tour, saying ‘It’s a tsunami of love and energy crashing right over us’

from Cindy Watts before 3 p.m Kenny Chesney, country music’s favorite summertime herald, kicked off his stadium tour this weekend in Tampa, Fla. with a little help from Dan + Shay, Old Dominion, Carly Pearce and 58,369 fans. “After four years we were back together – and we wanted to …

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Warning: Payday loans, BNPL loans are in dire need of regulation

Emily Chantiri* advocates regulation of payday loans and buy-now, pay-later (BNPL) services, saying young people are slipping through the loopholes. Getting a payday loan is easy, but that’s where the problem lies. Not enough is being done to discourage payday lenders from lending money to people who might have trouble …

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Potential snowmobile routes have been identified for downtown Cadillac | approved message

A portion of the White Pine Trail along Lake Street in Cadillac. The longest of the proposed snowmobile routes would run parallel to the White Pine Trail from Pearl Street to Harris Street. Riley Connell | Cadillac News CADILLAC — Cadillac City Council last week voted unanimously to approve potential …

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Utah universities should consider getting out of the police business, the editor writes

Legislative scrutiny uncovers a long list of public safety deficiencies on college campuses. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Police cars are parked in the parking lot of the University of Utah Police Department. Staff there presented three awards on Wednesday, June 5, 2019 for how school staff handled …

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$55.25 million in revenue for Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN) this quarter

Analysts are expecting Lakeland Financial Co. (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Rating) to report sales of $55.25 million for the current fiscal quarter, reports Zacks Investment Research. Two analysts have provided estimates for Lakeland Financial’s earnings, with the highest estimate of revenue being $57.00 million and the lowest estimate being $53.50 million. …

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Payday Loans Are Financially Harming Mississippi Residents, Mayor Says Matt Lillywhite

The mayor of Laurel, Mississippi, is trying to fight back high fees and high interest rates in the payday loan industry. Corresponding Mayor Johnny Magee, payday lenders promised his father quick and cheap cash, but the loans came with triple-digit interest rates and exorbitant fees. And because Some Mississippi residents …

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Loveland HeART unveiled at Mountain View High – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland has its latest HeART sculpture, an installation at Mountain View High School created by the school’s art teachers, which was unveiled Friday afternoon. The hearts found throughout the city including Lake Loveland, downtown and even other schools in the area like Bill Reed Middle School are part of the …

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Omaha organizations are working together to clean up around Carter Lake on Earth Day

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – The official theme of this year’s Earth Day is Investing in Our Planet. Here in Omaha, organizers show their support by simply cleaning up the city. Some hope this simple task will draw attention to other environmental issues facing the city and our planet. Many residents …

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Brady Middle School students compete in the Power of the Pen state competition

PEPPER PIKE, Ohio – Six students from Brady Middle School have qualified for the state Power of the Pen competition after a superior performance in the regional competition. Eighth graders Vivian Qi, Panka Karman, Ishan Bhatt, Sophie Lang and Anshul Sharma, and seventh grader Mane Sargsyan transfer to the state …

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5 market niches that banks are using technology to reach

Traditional banks and credit unions focus on a page from the challenger banks’ playbook niches stand out from the crowd of competitors. “Brands are typically most effective when tied to an affinity,” said Sam Kilmer, fintech practice leader at Cornerstone Advisors. “That doesn’t mean you can’t create value by being …

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Letters to the editor of 21

Plant a tree on Earth Day Consider planting a tree for Earth Day. Trees are important to our personal health and well-being, and to the health of our planet. Simply put, trees absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen into the air. Oxygen – the element necessary for life. Trees support …

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Community Calendar – The Daily Globe

Email calendar events and community news to [email protected] For more information, call 906-932-2211. Thursday, April 21st Pickleball, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Memorial Building, Ironwood. Bessemer St. Vincent de Paul, Financial Assistance, 9-10 a.m.; Pantry, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. 906-663-4436. Gogebic-Ontonagon Community Action Agency food distribution for seniors, Bergland Lake Gogebic …

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Seattle is holding a “Day of Service,” seeking volunteers to help clean up trash and graffiti

Seattle will host a citywide “Day of Service” next month with thousands of volunteer opportunities in dozens of locations, in an event that Mayor Bruce Harrell hopes will be a symbol of how his administration plans to clean up graffiti and beautify the city. Rather than a budget increase or …

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Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL) is expected to report earnings of $0.55 per share

According to Zacks, Wall Street stockbrokers expect Delta Air Lines, Inc. (NYSE:DAL – Get Rating) to report earnings of $0.55 per share for the current quarter. Three analysts have issued estimates for Delta Air Lines’ earnings, with the highest EPS estimate at $1.45 and the lowest estimate at ($0.19). Delta …

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Campaign financial reports show that money is important when running for state office in Arizona

By Howard FisherCapitol Media ServicesPHOENIX — New campaign funding reports show money is important when running for statewide office.In the packed Republican field to replace Doug Ducey as governor, the latest figures show former TV news anchor Kari Lake, who is the number one Republican candidate, spent more than $1.7 …

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Run, Hide, Fight program provided by Lake Twp. Police | community

MILLBURY — The public is invited to attend a seminar offered by the Lake Township Police Department titled Run, Hide, Fight at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The seminar will be held at City Hall, 27975 Cummings Road. Sergeant Jared Watson of the Tiffin Police Department will lead the training. The purpose …

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From The Northman to Russian Doll: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment | Culture

Figure: Lalalimola/The Guardian movie theater The NorthmanOutside nowRobert Eggers’ latest work is a violent, awe-inspiring, epic Viking saga that takes a star cast – including Alexander Skarsgård, Ethan Hawke, Nicole Kidman, Anya Taylor-Joy, Björk and Willem Dafoe – and lets them absolutely romp in a wild tale leaves revenge and …

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April 2022 Legal Industry News

Happy Spring! We’re back with another spring edition of our legal industry news column. Read on to learn more about hiring and awards for law firms and women in the legal industry. Employment and expansion of law firms Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP announced the addition of David Reichenberg, who …

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Phoebe Bridgers releases new song “Sidelines”

Phoebe Bridgers has released Sidelines, her first original song since her Grammy-nominated 2020 album Punisher. The moody and low-key track comes from Hulu’s adaptation of Sally Rooney’s low-key blockbuster novel, Conversations With Friends. According to the announcement, it will be Bridgers’ only new original song of 2022, although she has …

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Payday Loan Services Market Will See Amazing Growth Through 2031 – Blackswan Real Estate

marketreports.info analysts forecasts latest report on “Global Payday Loans Service Market (Covid-19) Impact and Analysis by 2030” according to Payday Loans Service report; The Payday Loan market report encompasses the overall and all-inclusive analysis of the Payday Loan market with all its factors impacting the market growth. This report is …

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New Jersey Stage: Daily Issue 04/14/22

ART | COMEDY | DANCE | MUSIC | THEATER | COMMUNITY WAITRESS Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 8:00 p.mState Theater of New Jersey15 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901Category: Theater Click here for a full description Tommy Emmanuel, CGP with special guest Richard Smith Thursday, April 14, 2022 at 7:30 …

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Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA) Public Hearing and Comment Period (ALBANY)

When: April 14, 2022: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m From where: Empire State Plaza, Meeting Room 6, Albany, NY 12242 Map Participate: to register Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act): Draft scoping plan Public comment period The Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (Climate Act) was signed into …

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20 member companies receive awards from ABA’s Safety Recognition Program for their commitment to workplace safety

Washington, D.C. – The American Bakers Association Safety Recognition Program is honored to recognize 20 member companies at 133 facilities for their effective and successful safety programs in 2021. “With the companies having the most recipients in the history of the program, we are proud to highlight the baking industry’s …

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Chapter 38: Emily D. – QSaltLake Magazine

Listen to this article A NOTICE: This chapter is available in audiobook format on the TLHOC Podcast.Access previous chapters of the book on the Table of Contents page. June 6, 2:30 p.m “I think I’m doing pretty well for a guy who woke up dead yesterday,” Richard said. Though he …

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The “Out of the Blue” sculpture was “transferred” to the 9th and 9th neighborhoods of SLC.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake City Arts Council Monday night “raid” the city’s newest public art piece. It is a life size sculpture of a breaching humpback whale. It’s called “Out of the Blue” and it’s in the middle of the roundabout at 900 South and 1100 East …

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10 victims of the Austin crash were in town for a trade show

AUSTIN, Texas — Ten of the 11 victims of what was described as a severe crash in Austin, Texas on Friday are employees of a Salt Lake City-based communications company who were in town for a trade show. According to the Sorenson company, the 10 employees visited Austin to attend …

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Extra Space Storage Inc. (NYSE:EXR) stock position closed by DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale

DekaBank Deutsche Girozentrale increased its stake in Extra Space Storage Inc. (NYSE:EXR – Get Rating) by 36.6% in the fourth quarter, according to its latest filing with the SEC. The institutional investor owned 103,983 shares of Real Estate Investment Trust after purchasing an additional 27,888 shares during the period. DekaBank …

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Jack White kicks off Supply Chain Issues Tour with proposal and marriage at sold-out Hometown Show

Jack White kicks off Supply Chain Issues Tour with proposal and marriage at sold-out Hometown Show Photo by David James Swanson Last night Jack White kicked off the Supply Chain Issues Tour with a special album release show for FEAR OF DAWN, at the Masonic Temple Theater in his hometown …

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Project introduces Storm Lake to the world

STORM LAKE, Iowa (AP) – While attending Buena Vista University, Andrew Offenburger couldn’t have told you much about Storm Lake other than that it was the location of the college he attended. He was unaware of the changes the city was going through as immigrants moved there to work in …

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This 25-story skyscraper in Salt Lake City has an unusual feature: a Latter-day Saint church spire

A four-story, 39,000-square-foot, two-chapel meetinghouse was incorporated into the church’s new office tower, 95 State at City Creek. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) A new steeple in 95 State marks a new meetinghouse for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, as seen on Friday, April 8, …

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Delaware (DE) payday loans and personal payday loans online

Delaware (DE) payday loans and personal payday loans online Delaware (DE) payday loans and personal payday loans online 4 days ago Budget > payday loans > payday loans in delaware > payday loans in wilmington, de. Payday Advances in Wilmington, De. Get Payday Loans Register …

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City Council uses some ARPA funds to replace housing tax revenue | Western Colorado

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Tiffany windows, Flemish tapestries and beautiful bells at St Paul’s Church

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (914 E. Knapp St.) on Milwaukee’s Lower East Side was built in 1882. It was the second church built for Milwaukee’s pioneer Episcopal Church. The Richardsonian Romanesque style church is known for its Tiffany stained glass windows. Hehe glass was designed and manufactured by Louis Comfort …

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Lake City Teachers Selected to Receive National Education Award | news

LAKE CITY – Lake City Elementary School’s first grade teacher Jen Nichols was selected last week to receive the 2022 National Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award. In March 2021, Nichols received the 2021 Educator of the Year award from the Michigan Farm Bureau. It is now recognized nationally. “It’s …

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City Replaces State Street Campus Garage With New Development Project · The Badger Herald

Madison City officials recommended several development companies to revitalize the State Street Campus Garage. The redevelopment aims to completely demolish the current structure and replace it with affordable housing and a permanent bus station. Located at 415 North Lake Street, the current 510-stall structure has existed since 1964. A 542-stall …

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JD Merit advises Conscious Leadership on minority recapitalization and partnership with RF Investment Partners

JD Merit & Co., a leading middle-market investment bank, is honored to have served as exclusive financial advisor to Conscious Leadership on its minority recapitalization through and in partnership with RF Investment Partners. SEATTLE, April 7, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Headquarters near Salt Lake City, Conscious Leadership is a leading provider …

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Lakeland Financial (NASDAQ:LKFN) downgraded to hold by Zacks Investment Research

Lakeland Financial (NASDAQ:LKFN – Get Valuation) was downgraded to a “hold” rating from a “buy” rating by Zacks Investment Research in a research note issued to investors on Wednesday, reports Zacks.com. According to Zacks, “LAKELAND FINANCIAL CORP. a bank holding company engaged in the general banking business.” Separately, StockNews.com began …

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Men’s Golf Announces 2022 Signing Class

story links NEW YORK—Columbia Men’s Golf Coach Rich Mueller officially announced the 2022 recruiting class of the program as the Lions will welcome golfers Darren Pang and George Rubelsky to the 2022-23 team. “George and Darren bring a wealth of experience and success from the …

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US Quidditch soon takes over Salt Lake City

US QUIDDITCH CUP 2022 Quidditch conquers the capital of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah. – One of the most unique sporting events in the world comes to the Regional Athletic Complex in April. Nearly 70 collegiate and club teams and over 1,200 athletes from across the country will compete in …

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The Accountable Care Learning Collaborative is evolving into

SALT LAKE CITY, April 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today leaders of the Accountable Care Learning Collaborative at Western Governors University (WGU) announced that they have renamed the organization the Institute for Advancing Health Value (“The Institute”) . The rebrand represents the evolution from a peer-learning collaboration focused on responsible …

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Readers write: Alex Jones and Sandy Hook, ALS funding, Aitkin County lakefront RV park, sidewalks and snow, basketball habits

My granddaughter got away with her life at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. So I’ve been following the news of the lawsuit against Alex Jones and his painful claims that the massacre of 26 (mostly first graders) never happened. This reminded me of how in April 2013, listeners to …

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An all-Black musical that “transcends magic” finally makes its Utah debut

Todd Underwood begins the rehearsal by leading his cast with a breathing exercise and a simple command: “Be here.” For the black actors and creative team—including Underwood, the director—who are directing the genre-bending musical “Passing Strange” at the Salt Lake Acting Company, being here isn’t just about being in the …

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Understaffed RSL ties Colorado on the road, 1-1

COMMERCE CITY, Colorado. In the first leg of the Rocky Mountain Cup, it looked like Colorado would come out on top. They played at home while Real Salt Lake were 10 players short and had to start 17-year-old Jaziel Orosco as a central defender. But when the final whistle blew, …

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April 2022 Conference: New Relief Society, Primary Leadership Announced

Two new presidencies, Relief Society and Primary, were installed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday. President Dallin H. Oaks, First Counselor in the First Presidency, announced the leadership changes in the Saturday afternoon session of the 192nd Annual General Conference. Who is in the new …

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City of Worcester Real Estate Transactions: View all home sales from March 20th to 26th

The following is a list of all real estate transfers in the City of Worcester reported March 20-26. During this time, 43 transactions were published. During that time, the average sale for the area was a 1,520 square foot home on Lake Avenue in Worcester that sold for $355,000. Ellen …

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Tionesta Lake Receives $2M Infrastructure Grant | community news

US Senator Bob Casey has announced the allocation of $2.1 million in federal funding to the US Army Corps of Engineers for water infrastructure projects in northwestern Pennsylvania. Tionesta Lake in Forest County receives $2 million of funding originating from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA). The other $100,000 …

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Lyle Lovett announces first album in 10 years and tours (listen to “12th of June”)

Country and folk great Lyle Lovett has announced 12th of June, which is his 12th album and first in 10 years, will be released on May 13th via Verve, his first for the label. Co-produced by Lyle and Chuck Ainlay with his Large Band, it contains a mix of originals …

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It’s time to intervene on payday loans

Sometimes requests to governments seem so perfectly reasonable that it is amazing that they have to be repeated over and over again. In a report last week, ACORN, a nonprofit group serving low- and middle-income Canadians, calls again on the federal government to take action against exorbitant interest rates charged …

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Green River Spring Summit to Plant the Seeds for More Creative Investing in Rural Utah March 30 – April 1, 2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

Danny Baxter Attendee at a previous Spring Summit. GREEN RIVER – The 2022 Spring Summit in Green River, co-hosted by Epicenter (Green River) and Granary Arts (Ephraim), will bring together designers, architects, artists, curators, cultural producers and community organizers to share ideas around the concept of “Home …

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Marcus Robbins remembered for joie de vivre, dedication to the Attleboro community | local news

ATTLEBORO — When Peter Gay caught a glimpse of Marcus Robbins in his cycling shorts, he said it was a sight “he wanted to get out of his head as soon as possible.” And Robbins would have laughed at that. “He was very easygoing and laughed more at the joke …

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City Attorney: Mayor of Two Harbors used position ‘for personal gain or business interest’ – Duluth News Tribune

TWO PORTS — Mayor Chris Swanson has repeatedly used his official position in the city “for personal gain or business interests,” a violation of the city’s communications policy, the prosecutor has found. Swanson also made several city ordinance violations, but evidence presented to the attorney showed no city charter violations. …

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Director of the World Food Program: “The Ukrainian Breadbasket of the World” | local news

FLORENCE – Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Program and former South Carolina Governor David Beasley recently returned to the United States from Ukraine. Beasley was in Florence Monday speaking with the Florence Rotary Club at Victors. Beasley said he has recently been to Ukraine, Poland and Brussels …

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Tacoma Sister Cities Announces Art Winners

Given the talent and thoughtfulness of the entries, Tacoma Sister Cities is very proud of this year’s Young Artists and Authors Showcase (YAAS) competition. So did the participating students. It’s nothing short of amazing how adept these young people are in their chosen medium and how they communicate what’s on …

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Erie community rallies in support of the people of war-torn Ukraine

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story incorrectly included several references to Ukraine as a region rather than a country. Erie has stocked shipping containers with clothing and food and has helped drive fundraisers near or beyond their goals while local efforts continue in support of those affected by …

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European energy prices, digital money

Amid the protests, Europe limited itself to curbing high energy prices MADRID — European governments are cutting fuel taxes and spending tens of billions to help consumers, truckers, farmers and others cope with soaring energy prices, made worse by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. But for some truckers, fishermen and others …

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Pro Wake Surf Shop Celebrates Grand Opening With Ribbon Cutting – InkFreeNews.com

Representatives from Pro Wake, the local Chamber of Commerce and other local businesses attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for the Pro Wake Surf Shop on Friday 25th March. Front row from left: Renea Salyer, Executive Secretary, Syracuse-Wawasee Chamber of Commerce; Kristen Davis, Pro Wake contributor; Mark and Patty Richards, owners; …

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Veto of transgender sports ban likely to be overridden in Utah

Lake City. Cox vetoed a ban on transgender students from playing girls’ sports on Tuesday, March 22, 2022, becoming the second Republican governor to overrule state legislatures engaged in a broader culture war against the American perspectives on gender and sexuality against youth sports. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, file)”/> …

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P2P Loans vs. Payday Loans

The cost of living is rising and more of us will likely be looking for consumer finance solutions in the near future. Various options are available to consumer borrowers, from bank overdrafts to credit cards. But for some borrowers, a personal loan may be the best choice. Despite the departure …

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Utah Jazz: Could Salt Lake City’s 2023 All-Star Game be in jeopardy?

A special session of the Utah Legislature is scheduled to be held Friday to override Gov. Spencer Cox’s veto of HB11, a law that would ban transgender girls from participating in sporting events at girls’ schools. If HB11 becomes law, there could be ramifications far beyond the world of high …

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King Princess Announces New LP, North America Tour (NYC on BV Presale: Password Here)

king princess releases her second album, hold babylater this year and she’s touring in support of it, including West Coast dates in July with Dora Jar and fall appointments with St Panther for the rest of North America. Check out all the dates and watch the video for her new …

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Outdoor retailers are returning to Salt Lake City despite some industry resistance

File Photo: Outdoor Retailer SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, March 23, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall has confirmed that the Outdoor Retailer Show is returning to the Salt Palace. The official announcement is set for Wednesday at 1:30 p.m., but Mendenhall couldn’t help but tweet a …

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Workers trade staggering amounts of data for ‘payday loans’

Argyle CEO Shmulik Fishman says the company can coach lenders on factors such as consistency of work and upside. “Does your job title change upwards every six months? These are signs of a good worker and one that might give you another look,” he says. However, reputation markers can reflect …

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3 Airline Stocks With Long Runways

Travel demand is recovering as two years of COVID-19-related mobility restrictions and health concerns ease around the world. This offers a sunny outlook for airlines, an industry hit by the fallout from the pandemic. Leading North American airlines are seeing an increase in booking activity due to factors such as …

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Lake Elsinore residents given last chance for relocation

LAKE ELSINORE, CA – The city of Lake Elsinore will hold a final public hearing Tuesday night to receive input on adjusting the boundaries of the five city council districts. By law, any city with a “county-based” voting system like Lake Elsinore must redraw the city council’s county boundaries every …

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NJDEP – News Release 22/P012

(22/P012) TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection is awarding 38 grants totaling $1.3 million to encourage stewardship of city and community trees and forests across New Jersey, Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette announced today. The grants support Gov. Phil Murphy’s environmental justice initiatives in vulnerable neighborhoods, with 75 percent …

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Education on regulation recommended for payday loans in Windsor

City Council suggests education before regulation when it comes to dealing with payday loan providers in Windsor. A report, which will be presented to City Council Monday, is an answer to a question Ward 3 councilman Rino Bortolin asked about potential options for licensing the businesses. A payday loan is …

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Rome Health 5-Star Nursing Home Appoints New Administrator

Charles Lewis Has joined Rome health as the new manager of the hospital’s 5-star nursing home on the third floor. The 80-bed Residential Health Care Facility (RHCF) provides short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, and respite care. “I am humbled and honored to have been selected to join the Rome Health team,” …

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Summit County is helping fund work on Lock 3, Summit Lake

Summit County is providing money to the Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition to fund their projects, including their ongoing efforts to revitalize Summit Lake and Lock 3 in Akron. The district council has approved a $150,000 grant to the coalition. The county said it was “committed to work on the …

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MoneyMutual: The Most Trusted For Payday Loans And Bad Credit Loans?

MoneyMutual is a company that offers payday loans ranging from $200 to $5,000. Once applied, consumers can access 91 lenders, many of whom will give them anywhere from $200 to $5,000 in as little as 24 hours. What is MoneyMutual? Everyone has times when they need money but don’t have …

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King Princess’ For My Friends is an ode to lifelong friendships

King Princess will release a new album entitled hold baby, later this year — and to mark the announcement, the singer has dropped “For My Friends,” an exuberant, hook-loaded pop ballad to appear on the album. The single follows “Little Bother,” a collaboration with Fousheé that was released earlier this …

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Dying the Chicago River green is a tradition on St. Patrick’s Day. how did it start | WUWM 89.7FM

In 1962, Chicago city workers dumped 100 pounds of dye into the river that flows through downtown Chicago. It left the river emerald green for a whole week, establishing an annual tradition. Last weekend, the city celebrated the 60th anniversary of the event. Dyeing the Chicago River has become synonymous …

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Traeger (COOK) is scheduled to release quarterly results on Wednesday

Traeger (NYSE:COOK – Get Rating) will release its quarterly earnings data after the market close on Wednesday, March 23rd. Analysts are expecting the company to report earnings per share of ($0.14) for the quarter. Interested parties can register for the company’s conference call via this link. NYSE:COOK shares opened at …

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