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Lewisville Book Club to Discuss “The War That Saved My Life” | Local scenes

LEWISVILLE – Sympathies to the family for the passing of Rory Kay Walker, 62, of Rexburg, who died July 1 of complications from COPD. He was the son of Janeale Walker and the late Darryl Walker; her brother, Mike Walker, and sister, Rhonda Christiansen, who still live in Lewisville. Brothers …

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New Report for America reporter hopes to help uplift communities on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley

Public policies influence everything from the quality of the air that communities breathe to the ability of residents to afford the essentials for daily life. I learned this at a very young age growing up in Venezuela. The scarcity of energy and food was always a hot topic in everyone’s …

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Utah medical cannabis cultivation license lawsuit

SALT LAKE CITY – Legal action has been filed against Utah’s medical cannabis cultivation system by a company that has been turned down for a license. JLPR Inc. filed a lawsuit over the weekend against the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, including former agency officials involved in the medical …

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GOP warns against passing infrastructure bill, key test for Biden agenda

Senator Mitt Romney is among Republicans calling for a postponement of the vote on infrastructure. Informal talks could continue if the Senate votes against the indoor debate on Wednesday. Senator Chuck Schumer organized the vote because the legislative calendar is busy. WASHINGTON – The odds of a bipartisan infrastructure bill …

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Utah bankruptcies actually plummeted during COVID-19. Here’s why.

The economic devastation of the pandemic in Utah has not triggered an increase in personal or business bankruptcies. At least not so far. On the contrary: The Hive State recorded 7,641 personal bankruptcies last year under Chapters 7 and 13, down 22.7% in a year of uproar and COVID-19 lockdowns …

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Square launches small business banking

July 20 (Reuters) – Square Inc (SQ.N), the company led by Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter Inc (TWTR.N), launches banking services for small businesses, as it continues to expand at- beyond payment processing. Square Banking will offer small businesses savings and chequing accounts, as well as its existing loan offering …

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Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer

As it all reopens, one of the things people are most excited about is the return of live music. Getting together with loved ones and new friends and enjoying the summer sun, what more could you ask for? There is nothing quite like basking in the sun while listening to …

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Campfires, forest fires, graffiti, bus schedules and new superintendents

Along with other campgrounds in the North Cascades National Park complex, Harlequinn Campground near the community of Stehekin has fire restrictions in effect which currently ban campfires / Rebecca Latson file There is always something going on in the national park system, and the summer is a particularly busy time. …

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Lewisville to celebrate Pioneer Day on July 24 | Local scenes

LEWISVILLE – Robert and Rosalie Evans have a new granddaughter. Their son, Colton Evans, and his wife, Brook, from Utah, are the proud parents of their third child, a baby girl! She was born on June 28. Her name will be Brinley Jade Evans, and her older brothers, Aiden, five, …

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California eliminates algae that crowd out marine animal food – ABC4 Utah

through: AMY TAXIN, Associated Press Posted: Jul 7, 2021 / 10:19 PM MDT / Update: Jul 7, 2021 / 10:19 PM MDT Marine scientist Robert Mooney shows Caulerpa, an evasive algae, which is removed from the Chinese coast in Corona del Mar, Calif. On Wednesday, July 7, 2021 (Mindy Schauer …

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