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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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University of Utah reports racist threats following slurs at BYU volleyball game

READ. said a black faculty member was called the N-word while waiting for a train. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The University of Utah campus pictured Tuesday, July 19, 2022. | September 3, 2022, 5:05 p.m. | Update: 5:43 p.m. Shortly after nationwide reports of racist slurs at …

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A barbecue fire spreads through the attic of the Bloomington Hills home; residents could be relocated – St George News

ST. GEORGE- A barbecue fire in the backyard of a Bloomington Hills home that ended up in the attic on Friday afternoon and may have displaced the occupants of the home. St. George firefighters respond to a house fire on Chokeberry Drive in Bloomington Hills, St. George, Utah, September 2, …

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SBA Region Administrator Visits Deadwood, Discusses Small Business Growth and Opportunities | Local News

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Governor Cox is optimistic about the future of the Great Salt Lake, air quality and job growth

LOGAN, Utah — Governor Spencer Cox gave an optimistic view of the effort to save the Great Salt Lake during a speech at Utah State University on Thursday. “I’m less worried about the Great Salt Lake now than I was a year ago,” Cox said. The governor said it was …

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Financing options for you and your business

So, you want to grow your business? After years of hard work to develop demand, you have grown and are at a crossroads. Are you continuing on your current path or are you investing in yourself and this new opportunity to change the trajectory of your business? With small business …

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What Florida Gators fans need to know before the home game against Utah

Fans heading to The Swamp on Saturday for Florida Soccer Team’s season opener against No. 8 Utah should expect plenty of traditional game-day experiences and several new improvements. As one of the most anticipated season openers in Florida history, a sold-out crowd is expected for the 7 p.m. contest, and …

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National Bank Holding Corporation completes the acquisition of

DENVER, Sept. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — National Bank Holdings Corporation (NYSE: NBHC, “NBH” or the “Company”), the holding company of NBH Bank, announced that effective today , it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Community Bancorporation (“CB”), the holding company of Rock Canyon Bank, headquartered in Provo, Utah …

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Easton Oliverson, Little League World Series player who fractured his skull, returns home to Utah

Easton Oliverson is finally back home after his Little League World Series trip went horribly wrong. The 12-year-old pitcher and outfielder for Utah’s Snow Canyon Little League team made headlines earlier this month after it was reported he had a broken bone skull and had to undergo emergency surgery due …

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Fortis appoints Mark Olson as Chief Financial Officer

DENVER, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Fortis, a high-growth commercial bank serving small and medium-sized private Colorado and Utahtoday announced the appointment of Marc Olson as Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately. Mr. Olson brings more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry, having most recently served as Chief …

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Eagle County Shroll manager: Utah oil trains would ‘fan the flames’ of climate change

Eagle County Executive Jeff Shroll (photo by David O. Williams). Two of Colorado’s most cherished natural resources have been in the news a lot lately: the endangered Colorado River and key national forest areas that lawmakers want to protect for future generations. Both are threatened by an oil train project …

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R&R Barbecue announces job openings in Salt Lake City at its new restaurant

Salt Lake City – R&R BBQ is looking for friendly, energetic personalities to work in front and back of house roles ahead of the grand opening of its 10e Salt Lake City location September 2! Located at 4489 W. Partridge Hill Lane, Ste. S100, in Riverton, the award-winning local barbecue …

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Alabama vs Utah State tickets: $20 seats available for Week 1 game at Bryant-Denny Stadium

The No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide hosts Utah State in a Week 1 game at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, Sept. 3. There are a number of places at reasonable prices. Utah State is coming off a 31-20 victory over UConn in a Week 0 game. Logan Bonner threw …

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Journey to Understanding – Cityview

As of this writing, I had been traveling for over 14 days. It may not seem like a lot in the grand scheme of life, but I was amazed at what I learned in such a short time by just allowing myself to unplug. I’ve traveled all over the world …

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Utah Hospital Ranked #1 by Fortune

Intermountain Alta View Hospital was ranked the number one small community hospital in the nation by Fortune as part of its 2022 list of the Top 100 Hospitals. “This recognition, which has been earned in the face of a pandemic, shows how dedicated doctors and caregivers are to our hospital,” …

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Biden’s Expensive, Bloated Government Is Corroding Our Economic Freedom

America’s economic freedom is in increasing jeopardy. That was one of the key findings of the Heritage Foundation’s 2022 Index of Economic Freedom, released in February. The annual global benchmark report, which compares economic governance and the competitiveness of countries, underscored the urgent need for America to change its political …

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Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg star in Netflix comedy without laughter or chemistry

me timedirected and written by John Hamburg (Meet the parents), pairs Hollywood powerhouses Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg in a chemistry-free friendship full of slapstick comedy and hijinks. Hamburg is known for its comic work. The same goes for Hart and Wahlberg, but the three combined created something full of …

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Federal Task Force Announces Creation of Rapid Response Team to Support Energy Communities in The Four Corners

WASHINGTON DC- The Interagency Working Group (IWG) on Coal and Power Communities and Economic Revitalization today announced the creation of a new Four Corners Rapid Response Team (RRT), bringing together 11 federal agencies and their staff regional to partner with local officials and community leaders in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico …

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Pandemic boom towns like Boise are starting to go bankrupt, officers say

Redfin found that 70% of home sellers in Boise, Idaho lowered their asking prices in July. Housing markets in Boise and other popular places to move to are finally starting to cool. Brokers from seven hotspots have shared the signs of a slowdown they are seeing. Are pandemic boomtowns finally …

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The debt of many student borrowers will disappear. What happens next?

As President Joe Biden announces his plan to cancel student debt, economists have already begun to wonder whether this action could worsen the inflation spike that continues to plague the US economy. What to know about student loan debt forgiveness Among the most prominent voices warning that forgiveness would lead …

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Ogden restaurant workers file unpaid wage claims; owner responds, promises payment | News, Sports, Jobs

Brian Wolfer, Special to Standard Examiner The Bickering Sisters Restaurant has opened a second location at Ogden-Hinkley Airport. The restaurant is pictured on Friday August 28, 2020. OGDEN — Several former employees of an Ogden restaurant have filed claims with the Utah Labor Board, alleging they were …

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‘I’m so lucky to be gone alive’: Utah woman escapes encounter with cougar

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes RUSH VALLEY, Tooele County – A woman hunting in Tooele County on Saturday came across a mountain lion. She posted a video on Facebook that showed the encounter. “My biggest fear came true today. I’m so lucky to have escaped this kitty,” Laurien Elsholz posted …

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My 8 Favorite Stops Along Utah’s Beautiful Highway 89

If sandstone canyons, rosy-hued sand dunes, dizzying rock hoodoos, and scenic main streets sound like the stuff of a perfect road trip, then Utah’s southern stretch of US Highway 89 is it. made for you. Although nearby Interstate 15 provides a somewhat parallel and arguably faster north-south route through Utah, …

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Why SLC Downtown Surpassed The Pandemic And Is Ahead Of The Competition

Downtown Salt Lake City isn’t just recovering from the pandemic. He flies beyond. New geolocation analysis of mobile phone data shows that regular visits to a wide range of points of interest in the urban core – from businesses, shops and offices to monuments, parks and community centers – have …

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Local NBA player Jarred Vanderbilt gives back with a backpack

Jarred Vanderbilt, Utah Jazz forward and former local standout, is spending part of his summer preparing for his season in Houston. Vanderbilt hosted a number of community events around town, including Saturday’s Backpack in Marian Park, as part of his Jarred Vanderbilt Foundation. Vanderbilt and his foundation distributed 500 backpacks …

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Heatwaves Kill – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Amen Koutowogbe Deseret Industries Thrift Store & Donation Center in Murray, Salt Lake City, Utah on Monday, August 5, 2022. (Photo by Amen Koutowogbe | The Daily Utah Chronicle) People started dying in the United States. due to the current heat wave sweeping through the Pacific Northwest. The heat would …

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Arizona PBS and Cronkite School collectively nominated for 36 Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards

The Rocky Mountain Regional Emmy® Awards announced the nominations for their 45th annual ceremony this week. Arizona PBS and the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication have collectively received 36 Emmy® and Student Production Award nominations. “It’s inspiring to see Cronkite and Arizona PBS being recognized with so …

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Utah Officials Secretly Investigate Female Athlete’s Gender

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah high school athletic association secretly investigated a female athlete — without telling or telling her parents — after receiving complaints from the parents of two girls she defeated in competition wondering if the girl was transgender. The Salt Lake Tribune reported Thursday that …

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Back to School 2022 – Inexpensive Meals for Austin Students: From Huston-Tillotson to St. Ed’s to UT and even the State of Texas – Food

The Doughminican food trailer and outdoor seating (photo by David Brendan Hall) Welcome to Austin! Sorry for all the heat. And the traffic. Luckily for you, we make up for those pain points with delicious food, all over town (this is also true in San Marcos). Whether you live in …

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“All Is Forgiven” in New Escuela Grind Video; Tour announced

Hope you’re wide awake, because Escuela Grind’s new track “All is Forgiven” is going to hit you in the face like a bucket of hot water. This new track and music video is the second single released in support of their upcoming LP, memory theater. Described by the band as …

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Is hemp the answer to the fight against climate change?

“The first American flag was made from hemp,” says Higbee. “Personalities like the DuPont and Rockefeller families didn’t want hemp to take hold because there wouldn’t be a need for oil, timber and other [lucrative] materials.” Moreover, Prosniewski describes the approach The Hemp Blockchain takes as similar to the “chicken …

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A plane plunges into a lake on the border between Arizona and Utah, killing 2 people | app

PAGE, Ariz. (AP) — A small plane plunged into a lake that straddles the Arizona-Utah border over the weekend, killing two people and injuring five, authorities said Monday. The pilot of the single-engine plane reported engine trouble late Saturday afternoon before the Cessna 207 crashed in Lake Powell National Park …

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Police arrest employee accused of organizing scheme to steal money from St. George’s fast food restaurant – St George News

composite picture | St. George’s News ST. GEORGE- A female employee accused of stealing more than $2,000 from a fast food restaurant was arrested shortly after arriving for her shift late Tuesday night. 2020 file photo for reference only of North Dixie Drive, just north of West Sunset Boulevard, St. …

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From wine to whiskey – what’s new on the restaurant calendar – Gastronomic SLC

BTG Sommelier Wine Dinner Selections The next event in BTG Wine Bar’s 2022 Wine Dinner Series is here, September 8th to be precise. Beginning at 7:00 p.m., discerning guests can look forward to a carefully curated four-course dinner, accompanied by selections from sommelier Louis Koppel; one of the best in …

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Abbott tops stable O’Rourke in new Texas poll

(The Hill) – Texas Governor Greg Abbott (right) has maintained a 7-point lead over Democratic nominee Beto O’Rourke in the race for governor of the Lone Star State, according to new polls. The Dallas Morning News-University of Texas at Tyler poll showed Abbott’s 46% to 39% lead over O’Rourke has …

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The Belgian Waffle Ride takes on a Canadian flavor with a new event for 2023

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. The Belgian Waffle Ride pedals towards new territories. Race organizers have …

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Summer doesn’t slow down with Culture Connection

Culture Connection packed the Price City Peace Garden again on Thursday night as the Music in the Park series continued. This week, Suit Up, Soldier and Michael Barrow & The Tourists were both welcomed on stage. Attendees were invited to purchase delicious meals from Ruben’s BBQ while …

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Are gas prices falling? Why a gas tax holiday hurts the economy | Opinion

Maybe now we will stop hearing nonsense about the need for a gas tax exemption. Earlier this week, AAA reported that gasoline prices fell below $4 a gallon in much of the country (not in Utah, though, where they averaged $4.65 on Friday. , according to AAA). That’s still well …

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Missoula man spits on store worker, threatens him with knife

On August 7, 2022, at approximately 8:38 a.m., officers from the Missoula Police Department responded to the Albertsons of the North Reservation for the report of an assault with a weapon. The officer spoke with the victim who said he worked at the store. Other staff informed the victim that …

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GOP attorneys general question BlackRock on fiduciary and antitrust issues

A group of 19 Republican state attorneys general wrote a letter to BlackRock saying the asset manager is using state pension fund assets in environmental, social and governance investments that “force the phase-out of fossil fuels, raise energy prices, drive inflation and weaken US national security. The eight-page letter explains …

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High West Campfire blends whiskey from the USA and Scotland – Robb Report

The Utah High West distillery is set to release the 2022 version of its Campfire whiskey this month, a summery transatlantic blend of liquid from the unlikely trio of Utah, Indiana and Scotland. Trust us when we say it tastes way better than the DIY method of mixing Jim Beam, …

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Maumee hosts 44th Summer Fair – BG Independent News

From LA MAUMEE UPTOWN BUSINESS ASSOCIATION The Maumee Uptown Business Association will present the Maumee Summer Fair on Friday August 12 and Saturday August 13 at Uptown Maumee. Turns 44e year, the festival kicks off on Friday at 5pm with the Taste of Maumee. With 11 Maumee restaurants, attendees can …

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Native News Weekly (August 7, 2022): DC Briefs

Details By Native News Online Staff August 07, 2022 WASHINGTON — In addition to the stories already covered by Native News Online, here’s a roundup of other news from Washington, DC that has had an impact on Indian Country recently. Biden administration launches Heat.gov with tools for communities facing extreme …

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‘Substantial’ number of missing and killed cattle reported in Utah

Utah farm leaders say they are noticing an alarming new trend this year. There has been an increase in the number of livestock missing or livestock killed across the state. The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food said Tuesday it has received 77 reports of missing livestock this year, along …

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Red states fight ‘woke’ banks pushing anti-fossil fuel policies

Republican states are battling efforts by some banks to push environmental, social and governance (ESG) standards that promote, among other progressive agendas, anti-fossil fuel policies. Over the past year, at least 15 Republican-led states have proposed policies or laws that would punish banks for taking an anti-fossil fuel stance. According …

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7 Sizzling Blue Chips That Pay 6% Or More In Dividends – 24/7 Wall St.

In a logical world, one would think that with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates throughout the year, rates across the entire Treasury yield curve would rise. In fact, the exact opposite happened. Since mid-June, the yield on benchmark 10-year and 30-year bonds has fallen 23%. In fact, with fed …

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More Americans are hungry and it costs more to feed them

The first time Kelly Wilcox drove her 2017 Dodge Grand Caravan to the pantry near her home in Payson, Utah, she immediately noticed one thing that surprised her: the new models of sedans and Toyota and Honda minivans. “I saw a bunch of other people with cars like mine, who …

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Simmer with local double IPAs

The IPAs are amazing. They are excellent on their own or with food. You can discuss them with people who love them just as vehemently as someone who hates them and they come in a wide variety of flavors and sub-styles. India Pale Ale has a loose interpretation as being …

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Washington County Implements Utah’s Most Restrictive Water Ordinances

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Utah – Washington County’s largest cities have implemented new water ordinances to help protect water resources in what a news release called the nation’s fastest growing region. The new measures include a ban on non-functional turf for newly constructed commercial, institutional and industrial developments, and a turf limit …

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Utah Legislature Calls on Local Nutrition Coalition in Fight Against Food Insecurity

Posted by Sandra MacMartin, Public Affairs Specialist with Guest Author Paul Birkbeck, SNAP Program Specialist, Utah Department of Workforce Services for Food and Nutrition Security August 01, 2022 My name is Paul Birkbeck and I have worked with SNAP for 26 years and have had the honor of chairing the …

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Mo’ Betahs celebrates sharing the special island lifestyle with the OKC community

A popular Hawaiian-style concept will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on August 4 and open to the public on August 5 Oklahoma City, OK (RestaurantNews.com) Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant is ready to open its doors and serve its authentic Hawaiian cuisine and island experience to Oklahoma City fans! Located at …

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What’s happening to the renovated Salt Lake International Airport? | Opinion

As I write, I’m sitting on the outdoor observation deck at San Francisco International Airport. I am awaiting a flight to Sydney, Australia, where I will study how flight patterns between Australia and Europe with an intermediate stopover, known as the “Kangaroo Route”, have helped integrate the Australia in the …

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Oregon state inspection program is the 28th in the nation

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the State of Oregon have entered into a cooperative agreement, under which the state inspection program may inspect meat products destined to be shipped in the state. Under the cooperative agreement, the state inspection program must develop, administer and enforce requirements …

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Big Sky Commissioner Addresses Realignment, College GameDay, Neutral Site Games & More | Big Sky Conference

SPOKANE — Big Sky Commissioner Tom Wistrcill made one thing clear during his question-and-answer session on the state of the conference during the Big Sky Football Kickoff earlier this week: The conference has little or no control over some of the major issues in college athletics. now. The name, image …

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Utah housing market sees more listings but slows sales

SAND, Utah — Utahns buying homes this summer have more options and less competition compared to the homebuying fever of recent years, according to the Salt Lake Board of Realtors. The number of active statewide listings on UtahRealEstate.com on July 28 was over 9,300. That’s a 160% increase over the …

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Colorado farmers hope to start a grocery co-op in one of Denver’s biggest food deserts

“Reaching out is just a consensus…many farmers and ranchers are struggling to find a place where they can sell their produce at the price they need to cover production and living costs,” said Margaret S. McRoberts. “And there’s also just a lack of local food in Denver and other parts …

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Credit Union Conferences in 2022: A Growing List

Source: Adobe Stock. Despite continued uncertainty about the future of the COVID-19 pandemic, credit union groups are moving forward with plans for many in-person conferences in 2022. Here’s a look at what’s been planned so far for the year, listed alphabetically by group name, along with links to conference registration …

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Some Utahns fear looming recession as GDP falls for second straight quarter

SALT LAKE CITY — The U.S. economy plunged for the second consecutive quarter, as gross domestic product (GDP) fell 0.9% between April and June. Colby Ostler is the owner and manager of “Over The Coles BBQ”. “It’s been a lot tougher in the last four months than maybe seven months …

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How the struggling Great Salt Lake could be fired from the US Senate

The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed the Great Salt Lake Recovery Act, legislation introduced by Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, to study historic drought conditions and protect the long-term health of the Great Salt Lake, the largest lake saline of the Western Hemisphere. Earlier this month, the Great Salt Lake plummeted …

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Best local restaurants | ABC4 Utah

by: Weslan Hansen Job : Jul 27, 2022 / 2:48 PM MDT Updated: Jul 27, 2022 / 2:48 PM MDT Foodie Courtney Otis of Seeking Good Things on Instagram showed us some of her favorite places to grab a bite to eat. First, she showcased food from Iaziz Kitchen, a …

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Housing Market: Are Utah and Idaho Stable Places to Buy a Home?

Yes, housing markets in the West — including Utah — went haywire after the COVID-19 pandemic sent many Americans shopping. The rush for housing in fast-growing and relatively more affordable areas like the West has sent prices skyrocketing. But now that rising mortgage rates are tempering demand, does that mean …

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Family displaced after fireworks ignite Magna mobile home

MAGNA, Utah — A Magna family tries to figure out what’s next after being displaced from their home over the weekend. According to Unified Fire Authority, crews responded to a fire in the Sunset Vista Trailer park on Friday evening. They encountered the back of a burning mobile home and …

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Missoula woman resists arrest in traffic and puts officers at risk

On July 21, 2022, at approximately 5:44 p.m., a 911 caller reported a drunk driver in the area of ​​South Higgins Avenue and Beverly Avenue. The caller said the vehicle was all over the road, posted a stop sign and stopped in the road. The caller was particularly concerned because …

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How do small towns get flights? Thanks to Essential Air Service

If you look on a map, Page, Arizona, looks quite remote. It is surrounded by desert on the shores of Lake Powell, just across the border from Utah. By car, Page is about 4.5 hours from Las Vegas or Phoenix, the nearest major cities. And yet, this city of about …

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These American staples are banned in other countries

(NEXSTAR) – A California lawsuit recently put Mars, Inc. in the hot seat, claiming that one of its candies contained toxins that were dangerous to eat. The class action lawsuit filed earlier this month accuses the candy maker of including “high levels” of titanium dioxide, or TiO2, in its Skittles …

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Missouri is experiencing growth in agriculture, fishing, and hunting industries

July 23 – Economic experts are increasingly predicting that the United States is headed for recession – if the economy isn’t already in one. Unemployment remains at historic lows, but increased inflation over the past year has increased the cost of almost everything for businesses and consumers. As the US …

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Tennessee receives huge notice of allegation from NCAA for Jeremy Pruitt violations

Former Tennessee football coach Jeremy Pruitt, his wife and several members of his football team provided approximately $60,000 in ineligible benefits and recruiting incentives to more than two dozen recruits and their families on a three-year period, according to an NCAA notice of allegation. , a copy of which was …

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Latino Conservation Week in Utah includes stargazing, river cleanups and more

Artes de México Director Fanny Guadalupe Blauer gives a presentation “Sabores de Mi Patria: Food is Culture” in July 2021 as part of Latino Conservation Week. The presentation, along with a number of events, make up Utah’s Latin American Conservation Week this year. (Wasatch Community Gardens) Estimated reading time: 4-5 …

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Mitt Romney: Saving the Great Salt Lake is worth billions of dollars

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney and Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, introduced a bill in the US Senate last year to study saline lakes. The bill struggled to gain attention because, as the senator from Utah said, few people seemed to understand or care about the Great Salt Lake. While researchers have …

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Cache Smokeout will take place this weekend at AWHC – Cache Valley Daily

File photo Smoker’s ribs at the Cache Food Pantry on Thursday, February 24, 2022. WELLSVILLE — This Saturday, among many Pioneer Day celebrations in the Valley, the Cache Food Pantry and the American West Heritage Center (AWHC) are joining forces to host a pellet smoking contest. Matt Whitaker, the executive …

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