Utah Barbeque

White House mocked tweet filled with puns claiming cheaper July 4th barbecue

[ad_1] The White House social media team set off fireworks it didn’t want on Thursday when it tried to counter inflation fears by claiming Americans would enjoy cheaper holidays for the Day of the Dead. ‘Independence this year. “Are you planning a barbecue this year?” ” the moan-worthy tweet started. …

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Taylorsville Teen Dismembered, Stabbed

[ad_1] SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A teenager whose remains were discovered in a Taylorsville trailer last month was also stabbed in the head 26 times, according to a court document. Police arrested Rowdy Lee Aguilar, 17, and he was charged as an adult with aggravated murder. The body of …

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Bradley Benjamin Devereaux | Obituary

[ad_1] Bradley Benjamin Devereaux Bradley Benjamin Devereaux, left this earthly life on May 4, 2021. He was born on March 9, 1996 to Bradley and Penny Jones Devereaux, in Davenport, Iowa. At the age of two, he moved with his family to Bountiful, Utah and lived there for seven years. …

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David Hawkins Obituary (1952-2020) – Resident of Fremont, CA

[ad_1] David Grant Hawkins September 24, 1952 – June 9, 2020 Resident of Fremont, CA Last summer, the East Bay lost one of its good guys. David Grant Hawkins was born September 24, 1952 in Oakland, California, the first son of 6 children born to the late Grant and Marjorie …

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Utah business owners grapple with staff shortage despite higher employment rate

[ad_1] HURRICANE, Utah (ABC4) – In southern Utah, several service business owners tell ABC4 they’re struggling to keep up with the spring break crows and are experiencing a staff shortage. Yet officials from the state’s Department of Manpower Services say there has in fact been an increase in this sector …

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South Dakota is rich in fossil history

[ad_1] Okay, maybe these aren’t real dinosaur claw marks in petrified wood, but that would be a good idea, right? For those who are serious history buffs, some may know the famous T-Rex skeleton named Sue which was found here in South Dakota near the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation; which …

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Restaurants on the radar | idahofallsmagazine.com

[ad_1] Idaho Falls is a hotspot for new and growing businesses, family and otherwise. Despite the calamity of the pandemic, our local businesses have always been supported by the community, and new places to dine have continued to appear. Here are some new and reopened establishments near you. 1. Cast …

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Local and International Cuisine Make Utah Valley a Foodie’s Heaven: 8 Must-Do Options

[ad_1] With over 900 different restaurants, including 100 food trucks, Utah County is where you’ll find award-winning foods often made with locally sourced ingredients, Explores Utah Valley says. Whatever your mood, whether it’s Indian food or fried chicken, Utah Valley has it. There are over 28 international food cultures represented, …

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The famous Dave’s express launch models

[ad_1] Famous Dave’s, a 134-unit barbecue concept owned by BBQ Holding’s, is bringing its “Quick ‘Que” online counter and service prototypes to Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. The Las Vegas site – an online service model – will open in June at 4480 Paradise Road, a few blocks from …

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Glenn Mendiola Obituary (1964-2021) – Roy, UT

[ad_1] Glenn Aguon Mendiola was called home by Heavenly Father on March 24, 2021 at the age of 57. He was born on March 12, 1964 in Tamuning, Guam to + Elias Cruz and + Rosa Aguon Mendiola. Glenn was a man of many talents. In his own words, he …

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Utah gets two new state parks, including one named for Utahraptor

[ad_1] Over 40 states of Utah parks, from Antelope Island to Goblin Valley, bear witness to the region’s fascinating and diverse landscapes. Now like Travel + Leisure reports, the state adds two more: Utahraptor State Park and Lost Creek State Park. the bill, signed into law by Utah Gov. Spencer …

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Man allegedly set fire to propane tanks on I-90 near Frenchtown

[ad_1] At around 3 a.m. on Saturday, law enforcement responded to a report of a large fire on Interstate 90 near Frenchtown. When MPs arrived, they observed an active fire burning in the middle of the two eastbound lanes and a large number of vehicles backed up in traffic. The …

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Patricia Stella Fullwood and David Freeman Fullwood | Obituary

[ad_1] Patricia Stella Fullwood and David Freeman Fullwood Patricia Stella Fullwood born to Emma Garcia and Dani Romero in Durango, Colorado on August 28, 1945 passed away peacefully in her sleep with her daughter on Sunday March 14, 2021, at the age of 75. She was better known as Patsy, …

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OPERATION BBQ RELIEF ANNOUNCES SPORTING LEGEND MIKE GOLIC, SR. AS A NATIONAL SPEAKER

[ad_1] Operation BBQ Relief announces sports legend Mike Golic, Sr. as national spokesperson. KANSAS CITY, KS, USA, March 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Operation BBQ Relief, a non-profit disaster relief organization that supports communities by giving displaced residents and first responders hot meals when needed, is proud to announce sports legend …

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