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Lawsuit weighs on rare tiny fish in drought-stricken West

A bucket of lesser chub are released at the property of Darwin Bundy in Fairfield, Utah November 19, 2013. Conservation activists have told U.S. wildlife officials they will sue for unlawful delays in decisions about the protections sought for rare fish species in Nevada and Utah threatened by past and …

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George Chaconas and Courtney Bernhard of Performance Brokerage Services advise on the sale of Barney’s Motorcycle and Marine, 3 locations in Florida, to Dave Veracka

Performance Brokerage Services, the leader in dealership buy-sell activity, announces the sale of the iconic Barney’s Motorcycle and Marine, 3 locations in Floridaat Dave Veracka. IRVINE, Calif., November 23, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Performance brokerage services, North America highest volume dealer brokerage firm, is pleased to announce the sale of the …

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Stop Doing These Rude Behaviors On Thanksgiving

On Good Things Utah Hour 2 this morning – Thanksgiving brings loved ones together to unplug and share a special meal. However, this holiday is not always the most harmonious. From culinary stress to tense conversations to blowouts, many situations can derail a Thanksgiving dinner. But there are also ways …

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Childcare: Will costs rise because COVID aid expires? | Opinion

As bad as you think the child care crisis is right now, it’s about to get worse. The sector has lost nearly 100,000 workers from pre-pandemic levels, while thousands of programs have closed permanently and tens of thousands of classrooms stand empty. The only thing holding back a complete landslide …

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Costco Wholesale opens another new store in Utah | Kristen Walter

Costco Wholesale just opened another new store in Utah this week. Keep reading to learn more. Oxford/Getty Images/Canva Pro On Friday, November 18, 2022, popular discount warehouse chain Costco Wholesale celebrated the grand opening of its brand new Utah store in Logan. The new Costco Wholesale store is located at …

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Utah economy remains strong despite national decline

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah’s economy and labor supply are doing well due to its growing population, compared to the declining national average. Utah’s nonfarm employment rate for October has increased by about 3.1% over the past 12 months, and the state’s economy has added about 50,600 jobs since October …

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Vegan pizza near me: 14 delivery chains

They say there is no bad pizza. That’s very generous for some of the less than satisfying vegan pizzas we tried before the dairy-free cheese revolution. Vegan pizza has improved dramatically over the years, and it’s also becoming much more mainstream. It’s not quite the tipping point for vegan burgers …

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UN says Russia agrees to expand Ukrainian grain exports

ISTANBUL — Russia and Ukraine have agreed to extend a deal to allow grain exports from Ukrainian ports through a safe Black Sea corridor. The agreement, brokered by the UN and Turkey, was due to expire on Saturday and will run for at least another 120 days. UN Secretary General …

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The 10 Deadliest Stretches of Road in New Jersey

In three years, nearly 1,600 accidents on the roads of New Jersey have caused at least one death. Using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, MoneyGeek compiled a list of the Garden State’s deadliest stretches of highway from 2018 to 2020, ranked by their number of fatal crashes. …

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In southern China, residents revolt against COVID-19 controls

Frustrated residents of the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou broke temporary barriers and marched through the streets in revolt earlier this week against strict COVID-19 controls, according to videos and online reports . The violence comes just weeks before the third anniversary of the emergence of COVID-19 next month – …

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Rochester man admits armed robbery in Austin

Austin, Minnesota (News KROC-AM) – A Rochester man accused of robbing two Rochester convenience stores earlier this year has pleaded guilty to three Austin robbery cases. Adrick Mims, 26, today acknowledged three counts of theft while in possession of a dangerous weapon. In exchange, Mower County prosecutors agreed to drop …

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Lawsuit: 2 Wyoming mentally ill dead, proceedings skipped

By MEAD GRUVERAssociated press CHEYENNE, Wyoming (AP) — Two patients at Wyoming State Hospital died after mental health facility staff failed to follow procedures in a series of incidents of choking, neglect and medication error in the last four months, according to a lawsuit. Protection & Advocacy System Inc. filed …

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Californians bring their billions to all NM neighbors

California has an emigration problem, and it seems everyone in the Greater Southwest is taking advantage of it, except New Mexico. Policy makers can change that. According to the IRS, between 2018 and 2019, 71,547 more American households left California for other states than they moved there. Isn’t it strange? …

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Where to watch football 13/11/2022

Here are places where fans gather with friends to watch football. Email Soccer America or Tweet @SoccerAmerica with details of your favorite place to watch – bar or restaurant or pop-up and Twitter handle. The same goes if you know of any plans for community watch parties or events during …

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Is it cheaper to cook or eat dinner this Thanksgiving?

“Some Thanksgiving dishes at your favorite restaurant are priced closer to your food at home,” says a new report. (KSNF/KODE) — For many families, dining out on Thanksgiving equates to overcooking the turkey or pouring gravy right out of the can. And most restaurants don’t serve your aunt’s famous broccoli …

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Stock Market Breaking News: Crypto Crisis Hits FTX, Stocks Jump After Mega Rally, Home Depot Veterans Day Surprise | November 11, 2022

US stock futures sought to continue the rally in equities that was sparked on Thursday following a better-than-expected inflation report. The main futures indices suggest a rise of 0.7% or a gain of more than 150 points on the Dow Jones, the day after the soaring 1,200 points of this …

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Last IRONMAN brought in $62.1 million in St. George area, tourism board says

The last IRONMAN triathlon event in St. George lasted two days, required thousands of volunteers and made travel difficult for motorists in southern Utah. But according to a new report on the event and its impact, it also gave a huge boost to the local economy. The Intermountain Healthcare IRONMAN …

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Tribute to our veterans in 2022 – @theU

University of Utah to Honor 11 Utah Veterans and Award Student Veteran of the Year at 25th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Ceremony, Friday November 11, 2022. The tribute is part of a series of events planned throughout the week to honor veterans. Events include a concert, a BBQ and a …

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Seattle Local Business News and Data DJC.com – News

November 10, 2022 Sinkus Titus Mutual of Enumclaw, a Washington-based insurance company, has expanded its management team with the addition of two executives in the company’s underwriting and customer service divisions. As Chief Member Experience Officer, Jerel Titus brings 25 years of experience in the insurance industry. He will be …

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Community Calendar — November 9, 2022 | Chief Tremonton

Bar D Wranglers Benefit Concert The Bar D Wranglers will perform a benefit concert on Saturday, November 12 at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds Event Center, 320 N. 1000 West, Tremonton. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. and doors will open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are …

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Coral Hilton Morley | News, Sports, Jobs

1937 – 2022 Coral Hilton Morley, 84, emerged from this life on Monday October 31, 2022 surrounded by her loving family. Cora was born on December 13, 1937 in Ogden, Utah to Cora Wallace Hilton and Joseph McMurrin Hilton. Coral grew up in Ogden, Utah and …

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California loan services company expands in Tucson, creating 150 jobs

A California-based loan servicing company is expanding its presence in one of Tucson’s landmark buildings, with plans to create around 150 jobs. Advanced Financial Companywhich provides consumer loan services and customer service for the timeshare resort industry, plans to create 152 jobs over the next five years as part of …

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The Retired Investor: DST Economics / iBerkshires.com

By Bill SchmickChronicler of the iBerkshires5:20 PM / Thursday 03 November 2022 On Sunday, November 6, 2022, Americans set their clocks back to standard time. Earlier this year, the US Senate unanimously approved a bill that would have made daylight saving time (DST) permanent starting November 20, 2023. What happened? …

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More and more rankings are piling up for Idaho

House Press Releases More and more rankings are piling up for Idaho More and more rankings are piling up for Idaho Wednesday, November 2, 2022 Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little today commented on yet more rankings placing Idaho at the top of the list for economic …

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Big road improvements coming to Broadmoor area in Pasco 2023

The Broadmoor area will see lots of road improvements in 2023 (google maps)The Broadmoor area will see lots of road improvements in 2023 (google maps) According to the city of Pasco, a new legislative program allows them to make improvements. $40 million in renovations and improvements planned for Broadmoor Area …

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The initiative helps students meet their basic needs while studying

SALT LAKE CITY — An initiative is helping students focus on graduation by relieving other worries in their lives, like having enough to eat. At the University of Utah, the “Basic Needs Collective” helps students with services such as food, tuition, and affordable housing. The program’s associate director, Sarah Elizabeth …

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10 of Pennsylvania’s most popular state parks are worth a hike

Pennsylvania’s state parks are some of the most beautiful in the United States, perfect for outdoor enthusiasts, especially those who enjoy hiking. These parks are an ideal destination for a weekend getaway or a summer vacation with friends and loved ones. The parks are also a great way to see …

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Utah: Can a former CIA independent oust an outgoing Republican senator? | 2022 US Midterm Elections

youtah is usually reliable Republican ground, but in this year’s midterm elections, a Senate race in the Mormon-dominated state could see a remarkable upheaval – and one that could hurt the Republican Party’s ambitions to stand. seize the Senate. Independent challenger Evan McMullin, a former CIA operative who unsuccessfully ran …

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Take a look at a Mexican restaurant set to open on the 15th and 15th

Buena Vida is gearing up to open in December, offering affordable Mexican cuisine with a few twists. (Chris Samuels | The Salt Lake Tribune) Workers prepare space for Buena Vida, a new restaurant at 1500 East in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022. | Oct. 29, 2022, 12:00 p.m. …

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NASA: Economic Benefits Reach All 50 States

Getty Images WASHINGTON, DC — From NASA: NASA released the results of its second agency-wide survey economic impact reportdemonstrating how its Moon to Mars activities, climate change research and other work generated more than $71.2 billion in total economic output in fiscal year 2021. Combined, NASA’s impact has supported more …

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Christensen Arms Receives Utah 100 Award

Christensen Arms, maker of advanced precision firearms and carbon fiber barrels, is the latest member of the firearms industry to be honored by an independent organization for positive economic impact and job creation. The company ranked 26th on MountainWest Capital Network’s (MWCN) 100 Fastest Growing Companies list in Utah. “We …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. is pleased to announce that Bank of George is now GBank

LA VEGAS, October 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (the “Company”) (OTCQX: GBFH), the parent company of GBank (formerly known as “Bank of George”) (the “Bank”), announced today today the publication of the Bank’s new brand image and the launch of its new website. “When we applied for …

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She cooks recipes she finds on tombstone epitaphs

Comment this story Comment The first time Rosie Grant baked a recipe she found carved on a stranger’s tombstone, she made a batch of spritz cookies. From his kitchen in Takoma Park, Maryland, Grant mixed the batter in a large bowl. There were no instructions to follow, only a list …

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Obituary: Per Guldbrandsgaard | AspenTimes.com

By GuldbrandsgaardPhoto provided June 20, 1938 – October 15, 2022 Per Guldbrandsgaard, one of the “Stein boys” who followed gold medal-winning Olympian Stein Eriksen from Norway to teach at his new US ski schools, died on October 15, 2022 in Aspen after 84 years of a busy life of skiing …

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With inflation rising, SLCC’s Bruin Pantry sees more and more students and staff seeking out its free goods

Pantry offers dry goods, canned goods, fresh produce and hygiene products at four locations. (Kasie Bussard | The Globe, SLCC) Alex Bonifaz, an employee of the Bruin Pantry location on Salt Lake Community College’s Taylorsville campus, holds Armenian cucumbers, among recent donations to the pantry, which is free for students. …

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Republican candidates clash with business owners in Gary – Chicago Tribune

Business owners at a roundtable hosted Thursday in Gary by the Republican National Committee said finding workers and dealing with inflation are the top issues they face today as they navigate the current economy. About 50 people gathered at the Sole Café in Gary for the discussion featuring re-election contender …

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What is President Joe Biden’s approval rating on the economy?

Nearly two-thirds of Utahns disapprove of President Joe Biden’s handling of the economy as he tries to assure voters across the country that it is strong ahead of the midterm elections. A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll also found that Biden’s overall jobs approval rating continues to languish …

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U.S. Attorney Josh Hurwit Announces Launch of Idaho COVID-19 Fraud Task Force | USAO ID

BOISE — U.S. Attorney Josh Hurwit announces the formation of the District of Idaho’s COVID-19 Fraud Task Force and highlights the District of Idaho’s ongoing efforts to combat fraud related to the pandemic. These efforts have included complementary actions by the criminal, civil, and asset recovery divisions, as well as …

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Utah Jazz may have lost its hashtag to Apple

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Take note: The Utah Jazz obviously need a new hashtag. The team’s long-used hashtag – #TakeNote – was used by Apple CEO Tim Cook in a tweet on Tuesday, along with an Apple logo emoji. This raises questions about how the phrase will be used …

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Dear Freshmen, Embrace Homesickness – The Daily Texan

As my mother glazes her signature braised pork belly with a final sprinkle of rice wine, she brings the just-steaming dish to the dining table. “Dinner is ready,” she said in Mandarin, asking us to come downstairs to eat. The aroma permeates through the cracks of the house and up …

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Iverson seeks to continue to defend freedoms; Goode touts self-reliance and durability through tech – St George News

LR: Victor Iverson, Washington County Commission, and Democratic challenger Chuck Goode | Photo of Iverson by Mori Kessler, photo of Goode courtesy of Chuck Goode, St. George News ST. GEORGE- All three Washington County seats are up for grabs this election season. Incumbent Republican Victor Iverson and Democratic challenger Chuck …

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Local events and things to do this week, October 16-22

A jazz master comes to town, Utah Jazz season begins, and the Farmers Market ends. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Downtown Farmers Market is set to wrap up its 31st season on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Pioneer Park in downtown Salt Lake City. | October 16, 2022, …

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Meet the Green Business 2022 winners

green building Salt Lake City Airports Department Website In the fall of 2020, the Salt Lake City Airports Department (SLCDA) opened the first phase of the new SLC Airport, the first major new airport built in the United States in the 21st century. The new SLC has been designed and …

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Bluevine Review 2022: Pros, Cons, and Alternatives

BlueVine is a fintech company, not a bank, that offers lines of credit of up to $250,000. This is an option for small business owners who need short-term working capital, which is issued by Celtic Bank, a Utah-chartered industrial bank and member of the FDIC. Bluevine’s application process is simple …

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Latino Utahns have mixed feelings about Hispanic Heritage Month, but still celebrate heritage – St George News

File photo of cultural dancers at the 2018 Juan Festival, St. George, Utah, April 28, 2018 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News SALT LAKE CITY – Gene Hayes had no interest in participating in any kind of celebration of Latino heritage for about a decade. Not only did …

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How to take the first step to a tech-focused career you’ll love

(good things utah) Starting a new career can be a nerve-wracking undertaking. The stress of fulfilling a new role to the best of our abilities will ultimately make or break our future – making it much easier for those with an education to do. For registered students Dixie Technical College …

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Why did economist Ben Bernanke win the Nobel Prize? | Opinion

In the classic Disney film “Mary Poppins”, George Banks, a prominent London financier, takes his son, Michael, to the bank to convince him to deposit his tuppences instead of using them to feed the birds. After a song (and a stilted dance) by the bank’s board of directors, the president …

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Five things to know about Mono Lake – and how it compares to the Great Salt Lake

The two bodies of water share many similarities and a few key differences. (Spenser Heaps | Deseret News) One of Mono Lake’s signature tuff formations is pictured on the south shore of the lake in Mono County, Calif., Monday, Aug. 8, 2022. | October 12, 2022, 03:00 | Updated: 03:06 …

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Inflation and economy headline at Utah’s 1st congressional district debate

Ogden, Utah – The economy was a priority for Republican Rep. Blake Moore and his Democratic challenger, Rick Jones, during their debate on Monday. Although both candidates for Utah’s 1st congressional district agreed that the economy is a top voter concern, they disagreed on what causes economic instability and what …

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AZ businesses and residents received disaster relief from SBA

The CAST 11 Podcast Network is made possible by The Ultimate Vacation Guide 2022. Promote your next event or vacation deal in The Ultimate Vacation Guide by calling Elicia at: 928-642-3552. Low-interest Federal Disaster Loans are available for Arizona businesses and residents affected by severe storms, flooding, mudslides and debris …

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Utah Neighborhood Connection, Focused on North Ogden, Hosts Block Party | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 4 Artist Matt Monsoon takes a break Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 after painting a mural taking shape outside Crossroads Church in North Ogden, home to the Utah Neighborhood Connection program. A neighborhood party is scheduled for Saturday, October 8, 2022 at the site to complete the …

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Donald Trump Jr. allegedly pocketed a huge bull moose in Maine

It’s pretty hard to do anything these days that’s “under the radar” if your name is Donald Trump Jr., but somehow he pulled it off in late September. Trump Jr., known to be a fanatical big game hunter, traveled to Maine rather quietly and managed to snag a massive bull …

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Promotions, Hires, Achievements and Company News

Here’s a rundown of promotions, hiring, movers, and news on the Memphis-area business scene: Neel Schaffer promoted Robert Walker to the Director of Operations, effective immediately. He assumes the position occupied for 13 years by Joey Hudnal, now President and CEO. Walker joined Neel-Schaffer in 1991 as an engineer-in-training and …

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Amid Ian’s wounds, Jews see healing, renewal on Yom Kippur – ABC4 Utah

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Even though a destructive hurricane had ravaged his community days earlier, nothing was going to stop Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz from holding prayer services Tuesday evening for the start of the holiest day on the calendar. Jewish. Across southwest Florida devastated by Hurricane Ian, Jews planned …

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Peddler’s Village 47th Annual Apple Festival coming next month

Let’s be realistic. Peddler’s Village hosts the healthiest, most family-friendly events in the entire region! During the summer you can find sandcastle building competitions, in the winter you will find different light shows and there is a perfect event for the fall season! Next month, Peddler’s Village is hosting its …

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Teenager’s ‘Honest Cooler’ Business Says Relaxing By Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy of Cesar Valentino An “Honest Cooler” protected by a metal covering is displayed in a Facebook post. It’s not always easy to be an entrepreneur, especially for a child trying something for the first time while wanting to help others. Adults, rules and laws often …

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Will inflation continue to rise?

Iinflation. It’s almost become a dirty word over the past year and a half. Whether or not inflation will continue to rise until it reaches another dreaded stage – a full-fledged recession – remains to be seen. There are several factors at play that contribute to record inflation numbers (not …

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The booming hydrogen economy that oil and gas companies are tiptoeing into.

A 2,500 cubic meter tank of liquid hydrogen at the Kobe Port Island plant in Japan where a … [+] a shipping terminal has been built to import liquid hydrogen from Australia (2020 photo). AFP via Getty Images As announced two years ago, Rystad Energy said liquid hydrogen would find …

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Former Vice President Mike Pence backs Mike Lee in tight U.S. Senate race

Former Vice President Mike Pence endorses Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, in a video posted to YouTube Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022. Photo: Lee for the Senate/YouTube OREM, Utah, Sept. 27, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Locked in a neck and neck race with independent candidate Evan McMullin, Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, is …

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Some of the races to watch in the Utah State Legislature

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — As we get closer to Election Day, some races are getting more competitive. One of them is House District 30, which includes much of West Valley City. The district, currently in Republican hands, could swing the other way in November as Democrats edged closer in …

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USPS Wants You Blue, Holding ‘Massive’ Region 9-30 Recruiting Event

USPS Pasco (Google Street View)USPS Pasco (Google Street View) USPS looking to hire up to 2,000 workers? Massive Postal Hiring Event Coming Sept. 30 in Tri-Cities The United States Postal Service is looking for people and hopes to hire hundreds, if not thousands, following an upcoming massive recruitment drive. September …

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Know before you get funded

ROOSEVELT, Utah, September 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Borrowers around the world will recognize that the best loans online are those that are quick and easy to apply for, as well as those that are approved and paid for without requiring a thorough analysis of your credit history. For a long …

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Welcome Home: Kings Peak to Red Ledges

HEBER CITY, Utah – This spectacular contemporary mountain cabin is located in the Kings Peak neighborhood of Red Ledges. This luxury single family home is situated on a corner lot with remarkable views of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, Mount Timpanogos and the Heber Valley. The great room perfect …

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Protect Our National Parks From Vandalism – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Silvana Peterson Visitors travel through the straits of Zion National Park in October 2020. (Photo by Silvana Peterson | The Daily Utah Chronicle) National parks are a huge source of tourism and income in Utah. We are home to some of the finest national and State parks in the United …

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Peter John of Hulst Jr | News, Sports, Jobs

1935 – 2022 Our beloved, Peter John of Hulst Jr, 87, happily returned to his heavenly home on September 21, 2022. He had resided at Beehive Home in Syracuse, UT. He was born on April 3, 1935 in Ogden, Utah to Peter John d’Hulst and Adriana …

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Businesses across the state invited to participate in new initiative ‘to promote Utah women in business’ – St George News

Stock image | Photo by monkeybusinessimages/iStock/Getty Images Plus, St. George News ST. GEORGE- Inspire In Utah, an initiative of the Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (Go Utah), announced earlier this week that applications are open for 100 Companies Championing Women. File image, St. George News As part of the …

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Phil Cooper’s 1999 Ford F-350

Overlanders: Phil Cooper, Meghan Cooper and Erin Cooper Vehicle: 1999 Ford F-350 SuperCab shortbed See the 4 pictures About: “I love off-roading, camping and nature. I work in a very stressful job and it gives me that much-needed breath of fresh air.” Phil’s ride is this F-350 SuperCab short-bed with …

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Who will benefit from student loan relief if this actually happens?

According to a new report from the US Census Bureau, the proposed cancellation or relief of student loans would mainly benefit certain minority groups, but especially anyone considered to be on a very low income. Which groups would see the most relief? The United States Census Bureau published the report …

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When can children get an updated COVID-19 booster shot?

Children as young as 5 years old can receive the updated COVID-19 booster shots as early as mid-October. That’s according to the latest version of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s fall vaccination planning guide detailing how the federal government is rolling out new bivalent COVID-19 vaccines targeting currently …

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Biden antitrust chiefs seek funds for ambitious enforcement

The Biden administration’s top antitrust enforcers have asked Congress for more money to pursue their ambitious enforcement strategy, telling a Senate panel they are ‘overwhelmed’ by the legal power wielded by giant corporations. During a Senate Antitrust Judiciary Subcommittee oversight hearing on Tuesday, Jonathan Kanter, the assistant attorney general for …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. will webcast live at VirtualInvestorConferences.com on September 22

Get instant alerts when news breaks on your stocks. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. LAS VEGAS, Sept. 20, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (OTCQX: GBFH), based in Las Vegas, NV, specializing in commercial banking, SBA lending and gaming fintech, today announced that …

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In 2022, Zac Efron got a desk job (kinda)

Kodiak Cakes’ commitment to sustainability and conservation is important to Efron, who has demonstrated his own eco-conscious beliefs on “Down to earth.” Throughout the eight-part Netflix series, Efron travels to Iceland to learn about renewable energy, lives off-grid in Costa Rica, and campaigns against biopiracy in Lima. With Kodiak, Efron …

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Saturday night brings a long-awaited clash between UTSA and UT-Austin | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s Frank Harris was named the Earl Campbell Tyler Rose National Player of the Week for his performance against the Army. Harris and the Roadrunners will travel to Austin to take on the Texas Longhorns on Saturday, September 17. Photo by Dexter Jenkins SEPTEMBER 15, 2022 — Thousands of Roadrunners …

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Rangely is surrounded by a coal mine and over 1,000 oil wells. What will happen when we stop burning fossil fuels?

Without the fossil fuel industry, “I think Rangely would be a ghost town,” Mayor Andy Shaffer said. Rangely is one of 11 counties that are the focus of the Colorado Office of Just Transition, which state lawmakers created three years ago to support regions whose economies rely heavily on coal. …

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Ex-Summit County Inmate Turns A New Leaf With Painting

OGDEN, Utah – The rain has a way of changing plans, but for a former Summit County inmate, the show goes on. Matt Henderson had a lot in mind for his outdoor art exhibit in Ogden until it started to rain. “We were going to have some chalk art and …

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Utah desert farms thrive on water from the shrinking Colorado River

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (AP) — The nation’s second-driest state, Utah, doesn’t supply much water to the Colorado River as it flows from the headwaters of the Rocky Mountains through Canyonlands National Park to the lake. Powell. Utah has a unique position in the middle of the river basin, geographically …

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SBA chief visits Utah to discuss local small businesses and post-pandemic growth

SALT LAKE CITY — On Friday, Isabella Casillas Guzman, head of the US Small Business Association, traveled to Utah for a tour of Beehive State. “Utah is one of the best places to do business,” Guzman said. One of his stops was Alpha Cafe location in downtown Salt Lake City. …

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Millcreek prepares to accept new temporary homeless shelter

Millcreek • Worried residents have scattered to a corner of the same small, empty library in Millcreek where some of Utah’s homeless will sleep warm in the worst of winter. News that this suburban community next to Salt Lake City will house up to 100 homeless adults each night from …

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UT Tyler Engineering ranked among America’s top 50 programs – The Gilmer Mirror

September 15, 2022 The University of Texas at Tyler College of Engineering is ranked 42nd nationally by U.S. News and World Report, as shown in the list of top undergraduate (non-doctoral) engineering programs released this week. The College of Engineering has steadily climbed the publication’s Top 100 list for four …

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Amtrak travelers wait for trips to be booked after strike averted

Jenna Johnson-Hall should prepare for a long-awaited trip to see her partner and meet her partner’s family. Instead, she waits to find out if she can make the trip. Like Amtrak customers across the country, its long-distance train was canceled Wednesday as Amtrak braced for a possible freight train strike …

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Student app is hacked, sending crude image to some New York schools

Seesaw is an app that allows students to learn and engage in creative educational activities while giving teachers and parents insight into each student’s progress and thinking. The app has become particularly popular in recent years and is used by around 10 million students, teachers and parents. according to their …

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Rainy season brings out southern Utah mushrooms – St George News

CEDAR TOWN — After constant monsoons, many southern Utah residents have encountered all manner of creatures, including scorpions and sun spiders. But in the mountains, an entirely different form of life clings to the rough bark of trees or sprouts from the dark, rich soil: fungi. Mushrooms found in Dixie …

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Austin startup developing lab-grown breasts gains national spotlight

Brisket, a Texas barbecue staple, is as synonymous with the Lone Star State as the Alamo and the oil wells. An Austin company recently recognized as the state’s most innovative startup wants to take this barbecue staple to a new high-tech level. BioBQ is working on the technology to bring …

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Utah Governor Cox signs joint letter asking Biden to ‘immediately’ withdraw his student loan plan

Utah Governor Spencer Cox speaks during the Utah PBS Monthly Governor’s Press Conference at the Eccles Broadcast Center in Salt Lake City on June 16. student loan cancellation plan. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Governor Spencer Cox joined nearly half of …

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As Small Businesses Raise Prices, Some Customers Push Back

NEW YORK (AP) — Inflation isn’t just costing small businesses money. It also costs them customers. At the Bushwick Grind Cafe in Brooklyn, New York, Kymme Williams-Davis raised prices and switched to different types of products to cope with rising costs for milk, coffee, paper and plastic items, as well …

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U Hosts First Annual Volunteer Connection Fair – The Daily Utah Chronicle

The Volunteer Connection fair, organized by Union Programming Council and the Bennion Center took place on Thursday, September 8. The event took place in the Union Ballroom and provided students with knowledge about the volunteer opportunities available to them. This also offered fun attractions such as free snacks and drinks, …

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Robert Griffin III gets a Provo feel in preparation for BYU/Baylor game

PROVO, Utah –Former Heisman winner, NFL QB Robert Griffin III is in Provo for Saturday night’s BYU/Baylor game. The Baylor legend is on the call to see his alma mater take on No. 21 BYU at LaVell Edwards Stadium. RGIII is ESPN’s broadcast analyst for BYU/Baylor, alongside play-by-play voice Mark …

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Will Salt Lake City host the 2030 Olympics? IOC decision delayed

Do you remember that the International Olympic Committee had to decide on a host city for the 2030 Winter Games as early as December? Well, that’s even more up in the air after IOC President Thomas Bach made it clear there was no pressure to stick to the timetable he …

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Add a little taste of autumn to your cocktails with these products

Campfire Bitters Like spices used to enhance foods, bitters help align flavors and add complexity to cocktails. These bitters from High Camp Flasks have an underlying smoke that captures the essence of sitting around a campfire under tall fir trees. Made in collaboration with small-batch artisans Owl & Whale, the …

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Women of the Year 2022

Eevery year, Utah Company honors women who have made an impact in male-dominated industries including government, education, healthcare, nonprofits, and technology. The 2022 Women of the Year are honored specifically for their unwavering determination to make the world a better place and how they are forging new paths for women …

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What to know about the USA TODAY COVID testing survey

EDITOR’S NOTE: This page is a guide to the months of USA TODAY investigation into Utah-based Nomi Health, the untendered contracts it has received and the questions officials raised on the accuracy of his tests and his contributions to the campaign. As of early 2020, hardly anyone outside of Silicon …

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What is Fried Sauce? Best Places for Fried Gravy in Utah

Who needs ketchup with fries when you can have gravy for fries? It has a base of ketchup and mayonnaise, but different restaurants in Utah use different recipes in this popular French fry dip. After surveying many establishments in Utah that sell french fries with french fries sauce, here is …

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‘Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party’ is coming to the Cure Insurance Arena and we’ve got your way!

Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Glow Party is coming to Trenton for the first time in February! Tickets go on sale Friday (September 9) at 10 a.m., but we have an EXCLUSIVE presale code displayed below just for listening to 94.5 PST! There are four shows (February 10-12, 2023), visit …

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Non-lawyers see a greater role in helping litigants

If it wasn’t evident before, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on court proceedings – and the resulting backlog of cases – has highlighted the number of people with legal claims. This number does not include people who might want to file a claim but cannot afford a lawyer. Several …

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Utah youth hold a ‘die-in’ to mourn the decline of the Great Salt Lake

More than 100 people walked silently in single file in the dry Great Salt Lake sleep Saturday. They wanted to send a message to Utah’s elected leaders that a healthy Great Salt Lake is vital to the environment, residents and future generations. They called on lawmakers to preserve the lake …

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Why do Latter-day Saints make funeral potatoes?

Funeral Potatoes – one of “America’s Greatest Triumphs”, at least according to Food and Wine. Funeral potatoes have long been associated with Latter-day Saints and Relief Society, so much so that recipes often refer to them as “Mormon Funeral Potatoes.” They are so iconic that they have become the general …

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South Village opens semester with new changes and new concerns – University Times

South Village residents spoke of the positive and negative changes in housing this new academic year. Housing and residence life are very different now than they were last year. Students are excited about the updates but also concerned about some adjustments they need to make. The accommodation has implemented many …

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Burgess Owens rips Democrats for criticizing Trump Republicans: ‘They’re scared of the MAGA brand’

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Rep. Burgess Owens, R-Utah, slammed Democrats, including President Biden, for attacking Trump’s Republicans with divisive rhetoric on “Sunday Morning Futures,” telling guest host Sean Duffy that the left is “afraid of the MAGA brand”. Owens also called for unity among Americans of …

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