Ban on gay blood donors must end to address shortage, says WADA president

Human blood in storage bags – stock photo (Getty Images) (NEXSTAR) – As the United States faces extremely low blood supplies – and the Red Cross declares its first national blood crisis – many are calling on the Food and Drug Administration to end federal restrictions for homosexual and bisexual …

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St. George area economy bright despite growing pains and pandemic – St George News

St. George’s future is bright despite growing pains and COVID-related challenges, St. George, Utah, January 13, 2022 | Photo by Stephanie DeGraw, St. George News ST. GEORGE- Greater St. George’s economy booming despite growing pains and COVID-related challenges, says President and CEO of the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce …

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Utah man charged with $1.2 million farm equipment scam

According to a January 8, 2022 report from St. George’s News, Ryan Palmer, owner of Salina, Utah, bullet car repair business Palmer Equipment, has been charged with 3 counts including bank fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. It was reported that Palmer “defrauded over 20 people out of over $1.2 …

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Ja Morant named All-Star Game starter

Good Friday morning, Memphis, where the temperature is rising this weekend and where we celebrate a Tigers victory Thursday over East Carolina University and the Grizzlies return to FedExForum tonight to face the Utah Jazz. But, first, let’s salute Ja Morant, the Grizzlies’ All Star point guard. Morant officially went …

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Park City Community Foundation Awards Three-Year $75,000 Climate Impact Grant to Peoa Livestock Operation

Mitch Dumke, one of Three Springs Land and Livestock’s three partners, was a vegetarian and worked in the tech industry before moving into ranching. Now he is part of a ranch focused on regenerative agriculture to restore the ecology and create a healthy local food source. “What we are renting …

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Board Approves Bankrupt Puerto Rico’s Tax Plan – ABC4 Utah

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Wage increases for teachers, firefighters, prison officers and other workers were included in a revised tax plan approved Thursday that will serve as Puerto Rico’s economic plan criticized by some then that the island emerges from bankruptcy. A federal board of control that oversees …

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R&R Barbecue joint closes after six months on Edgewater’s public market

Six months after opening, a Salt Lake City-based barbecue restaurant closed its first Denver-area location. R&R BBQ opened at 5495 W. 20th Ave. in one of the exterior buildings of the Edgewater Public Market in July 2021. Its signage has been removed in recent weeks. The brand is part-owned by …

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Utah’s Broadband Need Grows, Lawmakers Strive to Expand Infrastructure

HURRICANE, Utah (ABC4) — Utah lawmakers say broadband will be the focus of this session and officials hope to use funds to expand internet access to residents across the state. Cedar City residents say broadband isn’t readily available in rural Utah. “You don’t have to go too far from Cedar …

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AD Trev Alberts is considering several options to improve the game day experience at Memorial Stadium.

Editor’s Note: We’d love to hear your thoughts on possible renovations to the nearly 100-year-old Memorial Stadium. Add your comments at the bottom of this story or email them directly to [email protected] Please include information on whether or not you are a season ticket holder, and what you would like …

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‘A burden on Utahns’: How new bills would lower the cost of groceries if passed

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Groceries may soon be cheaper thanks to two new bills making their way through the Utah legislature. The texts of the two bills indicate that they will eliminate the state tax on food and food ingredients. Both state representatives, Rosemary Lesser, a Democrat, and Judy …

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Aggies shares her favorite recipes

January 24, 2022 at 8:00 a.m. One of the hardest parts of college and independent living is finding the time to cook. Boxed mac and cheese is always an option, but if your New Year’s resolution is to eat healthier, the best first step is to cook your own meals. …

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These Four Tennessee Restaurants Were Listed Among Yelp’s Top 100 American Restaurants for 2022

skull rainbow room picture Yelp has released its 9th annual list of the Top 100 Yelp Restaurants in the United States. On the 100 Restaurants list, four restaurants in Tennessee made the list: three in Nashville and one in Sevierville. Topping this year’s list of best restaurants is Cocina Madrigal …

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Electric vehicles drive demand for ‘green metals’ (Electric vehicles drive demand for ‘green metals’) — High Country News – Know the West

In December 2021, President Joe Biden has signed an executive order requiring the federal fleet of 600,000 vehicles to go zero emissions by 2035 as part of an effort to leverage government purchasing power to ‘catalyze the US economy clean energy”. The massive federal government purchase is aimed at helping …

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FDA Progress in 2021: Thinking Outside the Box to Strengthen Prevention

– OPINION – Despite the unprecedented challenges we’ve all faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, 2021 has been another big year for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration‘s food program. I would like to highlight some of the advances we made last year in protecting the safety of food for human …

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FCFS EQUITY ALERT: Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP announces that a securities fraud class action lawsuit has been filed against FirstCash Holdings, Inc.

RADNOR, Pa.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The law firm Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP advises investors that a class action securities lawsuit has been filed against FirstCash Holdings, Inc. (“FirstCash”) (NASDAQ: FCFS). The suit accuses FirstCash of violations of federal securities laws, including omissions and fraudulent misrepresentations regarding the company’s business, operations and …

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Are people “7% poorer” because of inflation?

Mitt Romney: “People are 7% poorer now because of Biden inflation.” PolitiFact’s decision: Generally false Here’s why: With the highest inflation rates in decades weighing heavily on the minds of many Americans, Republicans and Democrats have waged a message war over the real or negative quality of the economy. In …

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Weber Grill Apologizes For Incorrectly Timed Meatloaf Recipe After Musician’s Death

Barbecue brand Weber apologizes for poorly timed recipe emailed to customers around the world hours after US singer Meat Loaf died On Friday, Weber BBQ sent subscribers around the world a meatloaf recipe Musician Marvin Lee Aday, aka Meat Loaf, 74, died of Covid on Thursday The famous grill brand …

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Olympic medalist accused of stealing millions in COVID-19 relief money

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. When the COVID-19 pandemic began nearly two years ago, scammers immediately began siphoning off billions of federal relief dollars approved by Congress. COMPANIES RETURNED $30B IN VIRUS RELIEF LOANS THROUGH PPP Authorities say these fraudsters include Allison Baver, a former Olympic speed skater who …

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Q&A with Shane Huggar, General Manager of Moonflower Co-op | get out and go

Shane Huggar has worked at the Moonflower Community Cooperative, the first member-owned health food co-op in Utah, since 2013. He held nearly every position at the store, before becoming general manager, a position he started last October. . What he loves most about working at Moonflower is the Moab community, …

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Countless Cereal Options | ABC4 Utah

Job : January 19, 2022 / 12:53 p.m. MST / Update: January 19, 2022 / 12:53 p.m. MST Listen up, cereal lovers! Karli Fitzgerald of Stir’s Cereal in Fort Union is here with a variety of cereals that are sure to brighten your day. Stir’s is a cereal bar that …

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A year later, the verdict on Biden’s Divided States of America

Washington (AFP) – When Joe Biden became president, he inherited an America divided in almost every way imaginable, promising to be a force for unity and reconciliation. A year after his inauguration, the country takes stock of its successes and failures. – “Great moment of hope” – “I think Biden …

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Penzeys spices near me? Here are 10 alternatives

Tired of the Penzeys Spices CEO’s rants and rants against Republicans? We were a long time ago. But what are the alternatives? It turns out there are plenty of good options, from a veteran-owned business to one that pokes fun at Joe Biden. There are also good alternatives that completely …

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Titanic’s ‘Little Irish Boy’ Still Getting Royalty Checks

Titanic may be the Jack and Rose movie, but there are plenty of additional characters that touched the hearts of moviegoers when the film was first released in 1997. Example: the little Irish boy from Titanic –Reese Thompson. Just 5 years old at the time, Thompson won the hearts of …

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Thanksgiving Point helps feed Granite School District students on MLK Day

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Whatever affects us directly, affects us all indirectly – and that’s the message of Thanksgiving Point as communities come together on this Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service to raise awareness of a unfortunate hunger crisis in Utah schools. On Monday, Thanksgiving Point set …

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For some businesses in Mass., the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed changes for the better

In 2020, the store had its best year yet. And 2021 was even better. “COVID has changed everything in our store,” Titcomb said. “It made us a better company by far.” The pandemic has crushed many small businesses, as health issues, supply chain issues and labor shortages converge. But some …

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Wienerschnitzel launches its first vegan hot dogs following strong demand

Reading time: 2 minutes The world’s largest hot dog chain, Wienerschnitzel, has launched its first-ever vegan hot dog. The herbal option is available in select locations in ten US states. This includes Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Washington. Diners will find three vegan-friendly offerings, …

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Senator Chris Wilson solicits voters’ opinions on legislative issues – Cache Valley Daily

State Senator Chris Wilson will join his Utah Senate colleagues on Tuesday when the 2022 general session of the 64th Legislature convenes in Salt Lake City. LOGAN — Utahns wanting a preview of the upcoming legislative session need look no further than a pre-session poll posted online Jan. 13 by …

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Gardening is a form of resistance – The Daily Utah Chronicle

How often, when we buy food from the store, do we stop and think about how it got there? For those of us who shop exclusively in supermarkets, probably not very often. But food is essential for survival and arguably one of life’s greatest pleasures, so how we manage it …

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Letter: Utah’s Booming Tech Sector Deserves Congressional Support | News, Sports, Jobs

For decades, the Utah government has provided many resources and benefits to startups and small businesses and continues to help foster relationships between business, education, government, and our communities. In doing so, Utah remains among the top five states for businesses in the United States. For many small businesses, social …

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Hospitals face fallout from Supreme Court decision on vaccine mandate

While 21 States and the District of Columbia have already mandated vaccines for healthcare workers, six – Texas, Montana, Arkansas, Indiana, Tennessee and Georgia – have bans in place that prohibited certain employers from requiring vaccines. Eighteen states had no requirements for healthcare workers, while five, including Utah, Arizona and …

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Story of Remembering Sinema Wickedly for Filibuster – ABC4 Utah

PHOENIX (AP) — Martin Luther King III has come to Arizona with harsh words for Democratic Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, whose refusal to change Jim Crow-era Senate filibuster rules makes it unlikely to pass voting rights legislation. King told a crowd campaigning to protect the right to vote that Sinema could …

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Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie Moab investigation: Read the full report

DISCLAIMER GRAPHIC CONTENT Moab authorities released a report on Wednesday on the independent investigation into their police department’s handling of the Aug. 12 domestic call involving Gabby Petito and Brian Laundrie — which resulted in no arrests despite state law. State of Utah Requiring Arrest or Citation in Domestic Violence …

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Sakura Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse – St George News

ST. GEORGE- Whether it’s preparing fresh sushi and sashimi or lighting up the hibachi and grilling beef, chicken, vegetables, fish or noodles at your table, the staff at Sakura Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse strives to satisfy every customer’s palate. The managers and chefs have decades of experience in Japanese cuisine, …

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FundThrough Acquires BlueVine Invoice Factoring Business | Business

TORONTO – (BUSINESS WIRE) – January 13, 2022– FundBy, a financial technology platform that solves cash flow challenges for growing businesses through fast bill payments, today announced the acquisition of the invoice factoring business of the financial technology company BlueVine. The acquisition accelerates the company’s strategic focus on integrated financing …

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Work begins on the Astra Tower, soon to be the tallest skyscraper in downtown Salt Lake City

Undeterred by the resurgence of the pandemic, developers in Boston are continuing to build a new luxury residential building on State Street, which is expected to be Salt Lake City’s tallest skyscraper. Astra Tower will rise 450 feet tall at its highest point and bring approximately 372 upscale apartments spread …

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America Needs a Leader Who Can Unite Nation Against Climate Change | Opinion

Here’s what we learned in 2021 about tackling climate change: A partisan approach will never work. Democrats have tried and failed to advance their climate agenda without broad support. While they may eventually revive and pass the ‘Build Better’ legislation this year, it does not offer enough free market solutions …

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Fortis announces the launch of equipment finance as its latest commercial banking product.

DENVER, January 11, 2022 / PRNewswire / – True to its commitment to providing the best banking solutions to its customers, Fortis, a high-growth commercial bank serving small and medium-sized private enterprises in Colorado and Utahannounced the launch of its equipment financing product offering. Chris case will be responsible for …

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Golden Strip gets a new sweet business | News from local businesses

Loyalsock Township, Pennsylvania – The Golden Strip will soon get a little nicer as a Crumbl cookie store moves into Loyal Plaza. The cookie bakery will be located at the end of the small shopping center near the entrance to the plaza on E. Third Street in Loyalsock Township. The …

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Senator Lankford defends filibuster: “I think the voice of the minority still counts”

Senator James Lankford, R-Okla., Appeared with Trey Gowdy to explain why the obstruction must remain intact on “Sunday Night in America”. While Gowdy discussed polls that suggest up to 50% of Americans fear democracy may or even should end, Lankford offered optimistic hope for the future. MCCARTHY, THE LEADER OF …

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Absence of warrants is at the center of the Utah Eagle Forum convention

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes speaks on Saturday at the Utah Eagle Forum’s annual convention at Salt Lake Community College in Sandy. (Mengshin Lin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes SANDY – Government ‘encroaching on freedoms’ was a priority at Saturday’s annual convention of Utah Tories – the majority …

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2021: a record year for the American labor market

Today we received the final piece of the 2021 jobs puzzle from the Jobs Report released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The US economy created 199k jobs in December, and earnings for the previous two months have been revised up by 141k. That brings the total for the …

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Cunningham named to Bowerman’s watchlist for preseason; Grimes receiving votes

NEW ORLEANS, La. –Florida State Hurdler Trey Cunningham has been named to Bowerman’s preseason watchlist while rider Isaac Grimes receives votes for the watchlist. Cunningham makes his eighth appearance on Bowerman’s Watchlist, the largest among active athletes. This is the first time that Grimes has made an appearance or received …

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Charcoal Market to Grow at a CAGR of 2.3% Over the Forecast Period 2020-2030, Exclusive Report by Future Market Insights

Charcoal market Charcoal Market Players To Adopt Online Sales Channel Amid COVID-19 Crisis JUMEIRAH LAKES TOWERS, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, Jan. 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — A recent report from Future Market Insights (IMF) indicates that global charcoal sales will be around US$20 billion in 2020. Substantial demand will come from …

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Canyon Partners, CJM and Hensel Phelps Invest in Multi-Family Project near Salt Lake City; Secured Construction Loan Led by CIBC Bank USA | national news

DRAPER, Utah, January 6, 2022 / PRNewswire / – Canyon Partners, in conjunction with CJM Development Group (“CJM”) and Hensel Phelps Construction Co. (“Hensel Phelps“), announce a joint venture for the top-to-bottom construction of a class A multi-family community at market price located in clothier, a highly coveted and rapidly …

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Florida State Falls To Wake Forest Men’s Basketball 76-54

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (seminoles.com) – Freshman Matthew Cleveland led Florida State with 13 points as the Seminoles fell to Wake Forest, 76-54, at Lawrence Joel Coliseum . Sophomore Caleb Mills scored in double digits with 10 points, while Malik Osborne led the Seminoles with eight rebounds. Jake LaRavia scored 22 points …

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Dree laundry services are changing the way you do laundry

YesDo you know that pile of laundry you wanted to go to – the one with the untreated grass stains from the kids’ soccer tournament that went into permanent grinding status? What if I told you that you’ve never had to drop another load of laundry in the washer, ever? …

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Trump, Ivanka and Don Jr subpoenaed by New York attorney general

NEW YORK (AP) – The New York attorney general recently subpoenaed former President Donald Trump and his two eldest children, Ivanka and Donald Trump Jr., demanding their testimony as part of a civil investigation into the practices family business, according to a court case. public Monday. The subpoenas, arising from …

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Swig, Sodalicious: The “dirty soda” war that could consume the West | Opinion

We don’t do everything right in Utah, but we make a dirty, nasty soda. On December 20, Olivia Rodrigo, the boss of America’s breakups, posted a photo of herself holding a 32-ounce Swig. Screenshot, Instagram The iconic photo struck a chord in the wake of a New York Times article …

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Fauci: CDC reflects on COVID test requirement for asymptomatic people

WASHINGTON (AP) – As the COVID-19 omicron variant increases across the United States, senior federal health officials seek to add a negative test along with its five-day isolation restrictions for asymptomatic Americans who catch it the coronavirus, the White House’s top medical adviser said on Sunday. Dr Anthony Fauci said …

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Men’s basketball beats NC State 83-81

RALEIGH, NC (seminoles.com) – Redshirt senior Malik Osborne scored 12 of his 19 points in the second half and Florida State outscored NC State 16-14 in the final five minutes to claim an 83-81 victory over NC State at PNC Arène. Sophomore Cam’Ron Fletcher scored a career-high 14 points while …

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Make gardening your New Years resolution to improve your mood and overall health – St George News

Image bank | Photo by Ridofranz / iStock / Getty Images Plus, St. George News CHARACTERISTIC – The New Year is filled with resolutions that usually involve diet and exercise. Gardening is a great way to help achieve both of these resolutions, while also improving your mood, lowering blood pressure, …

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Top news from Utah in 2021

Just like 2020, the year 2021 will always be associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. To date, Utah has lost nearly 3,800 people to the virus. But there was also plenty of other news in 2021 – both good and bad. In January, Utah began the New Year with a new …

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Mission Ready obtains $ 6,000,000 loan from Northwest Bank

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – The press wire – DDecember 31, 2021 – Mission Ready Solutions Inc (“Ready for the mission“) (TSXV: MRS) (OTC: MSNVF), a comprehensive public procurement solutions provider is pleased to announce that it has been approved for a loan of $ 6,000,000 (the “”To lend“) Northwest …

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Wyatt Wilkes: A Mother’s Influence

RALEIGH, NC (seminoles.com) – Despite being raised in a household dominated by two of Sunshine State’s biggest names in basketball, Florida State senior Redshirt Wyatt Wilkes credits his mother for his success as a that player. His grandfather, Glenn Wilkes, is widely recognized as the “Godfather of Basketball” in the …

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Funtacular New Years Eve events will ring in 2022

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – Deena has put together a fun list of festive events and activities you might want to consider to celebrate the arrival of 2022. Noon and New Years at Boondocks Fun Center in Kaysville! There is a balloon drop at noon and midnight to …

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How Mitt Romney’s Bill Could Save Biden’s Agenda

The success or failure of President Joe Biden’s legislative platform could depend on a single senator from a mountainous state who has idiosyncratic views and is not particularly popular in his own party. That’s right: Biden’s future may be in Mitt Romney’s hands. The Utah senator introduced a bill last …

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The must-see restaurant in every state – 24/7 Wall St.

Special report December 29, 2021 9:00 a.m. It is possible to eat very well today in virtually every corner of America. It could be homemade waffles or classic burgers at a popular restaurant, lively foods from other cultures (like Thai, Colombian, or Moroccan cuisine), or a fine Michelin-starred dinner at …

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Utah Jazz dancer got the surprise of a lifetime at a halftime show

Of course, we notice standards the most when they don’t match. If my preteen sons were happily enjoying boyish things, neither they nor I would notice they were stuck. But oh boy, don’t they do that. In fact, if I showed you a list of my sons’ collective interests and …

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This is the state where couples stay married the longest – 24/7 Wall St.

Economy December 28, 2021 7:30 a.m. For romantics at heart, the statistics on marriage in America are grim. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that 746,971 people divorced in 2019, up from 2,015,603 marriages. This divorce rate translates to 2.7 per 1,000 people. The Institute for Family Studies …

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The pandemic has pushed nearly 100 million people into poverty. They find it hard to escape

A homeless man sleeps on a bench in downtown Los Angeles on Wednesday, December 15. (Damian Dovarganes, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes NEW YORK – Dipali Roy couldn’t afford to eat. She and her husband, Pradip Roy, were working in the garment industry in Bangladesh when the Covid-19 …

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Fig Loans Personal Loans Review 2021 – Forbes Advisor

Fig loans are an expensive option. The best personal loans offer competitive rates, flexible loan amounts, and a wide range of terms. Here is how Fig Loans compare to other lenders. Loans Fig vs. Personify Financial Personify Financial is more widely available, with lending options in 26 states versus eight …

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This is where Yellowstone season 4 was filmed

According to local CBS affiliate KPAX, the fourth season of “Yellowstone” has moved to the Missoula Valley area of ​​MT and was filmed there in its entirety. The outlet reported that this was the very first time in the series’ history that production was not split between Utah and Montana. …

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Utah Transportation Employee and State Soldier Rescue Choking 5-Year-Old

5-year-old girl is doing well this holiday season thanks to the quick thinking of a Utah transportation worker and state soldier who helped save her after a woman alerted them that the child was choking in his car. Robert Bratton, a member of the Utah Department of Transportation incident management …

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Tucson-Based Bank Marks Return With Highest Score After ‘Troubled’ Rating | Economic news

Commerce posted net income of $ 541,000 in the third quarter and just over $ 2 million in the first three quarters of 2021 after posting a profit of $ 2.9 million for 2020. The PPP loans brought Commerce $ 384,000 in third-quarter loan creation fees, the bank’s parent company, …

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This Utah startup will help you rent just about anything you own

Peer-to-peer apps have helped millions of people loan out their cars, spare rooms, and even motorhomes. Now a Provo-based tech startup wants to help people rent just about everything else. Go to the Yoodlize website and you’ll find Utahns with all kinds of items for rent – bike racks and …

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Listeria outbreak spreads to Utah from prepackaged salads

SALT LAKE CITY – A Listeria outbreak linked to Dole-wrapped salads has struck at least one Utahn, though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration report that many more could be unknowingly infected. CDC investigators found Listeria in two different packaged salads from Dole …

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Biz Buzz: Game design and retail store in Rexburg wants you to have an unforgettable experience

Do you want to know what’s going on in the East Idaho business scene? We have what you need. Here’s a look at this week’s economic news across the valley. BIZ BUZZ REXBOURG Game store in Rexburg provides fun experience for customers Joseph Brower poses for a photo inside his …

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Biden reflects on extending student loan freeze

President Joe Biden speaks about the COVID-19 response and vaccinations, Tuesday, December 21, 2021, in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky) WASHINGTON (The Hill) – White House press secretary Jen Psaki suggested on Tuesday that President Biden could extend the pandemic …

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KPot Korean BBQ and Hot Pot to open 3 new locations in Georgia

Korean BBQ & Hot Pot has three new locations slated for Georgia in 2022. Construction records show that 1715 Howell Mill will undergo roughly $ 20,000 in modifications before it opens as a new KPot. KPot’s website confirms Howell Mill Square Restaurant is on their “Coming Soon” list. Sign up …

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Nearly $ 100 billion stolen from pandemic relief funds – ABC4 Utah

through: JENNIFER McDERMOTT, Associate Press Posted: December 21, 2021 / 5:23 PM MST / Update: December 21, 2021 / 10:34 PM MST FILE – The web pages used to view information about UI collection in Virginia, right, and to report fraud and identity theft in Pennsylvania, are displayed on the …

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U’s graphic design students challenge the fast-paced fashion industry with a used clothing swap – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Cyan larson (Graphic by Cyan Larson | The Daily Utah Chronicle) The Worn Again Clothing Swap took place on December 8 in the Gould Auditorium of the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah. This event was part of a sustainable design practice class, as taught by graphic …

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Park City Pulse: an inspiring year ends

We and all of our partners would like to thank you for a fantastic year and wish you the happiest of holidays. It’s wonderful to have a snowy December after a late start to the season. When Santa Claus stepped onto the Town Lift at Park City Mountain Resort on …

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Next steps for the cannabis bank (Newsletter: December 20, 2021)

The VA panel votes to speed up sales; Memo from Congress on Marijuana; CA AG: seal cannabis records; Edible Hemp Infused German Bus Tickets Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories …

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From masks to book bans, conservatives attack educators | Lifestyles: food, home, health

Amanda Darrow, director of youth, family and education programs at the Utah Pride Center, poses with books that have been the subject of complaints from parents in recent weeks on Thursday, December 16, 2021, in Salt Lake City. Parents who initially packed school board meetings to voice their opposition to …

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Snow is returning (finally) to Utah ski resorts to the relief of many

Just a week ago, the mountains of northern Utah were dry, soft and brown, a strange feeling for December in a place said to be world famous for its snow. On Saturday, however, central Wasatch was blanketed in the icy blanket of winter. Many ski areas were in full swing, …

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No hope for student loan forgiveness; Cryptographic taxes

LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 19: University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) students Andrea Flores … [+] (L) and Kendall Brown (R) and other UCLA students and supporters demonstrate outside the UC Board of Directors meeting where members voted to approve a 32% tuition increase l next year on November …

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Ken Garff employees donate 500 Christmas bags to Tabitha’s Way

hurry This week, Ken Garff employees bought, packaged and distributed 500 Christmas morning bags to customers at Tabitha’s Way Local Food Pantry in American Fork, which serves families in Lehi and northern Utah County. “Every Ken Garff dealer has started to reach out to help community members in need at …

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Fed could take action to prevent inflation from being permanent

Interest rates could gradually increase from next March by: Alexandra Limon Posted: December 16, 2021 / 7:40 PM MST / Update: Dec 16 2021 / 19:42 MNR WASHINGTON (Nexstar) – Americans are seeing prices continue to rise everywhere from groceries to the gas station. Republicans blame Democrats. Democrats blame the …

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Former Olympian Who Received Millions In PPP Loans Charged With Financial Crimes In Utah

Former Olympian Allison Baver has been charged with several counts arising from a $ 10 million PPP loan she received in 2020 (KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – A former Olympic speed skater and current Utah resident faces charges of lying to a bank to get …

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Has Utah’s Tourism Industry Recovered From COVID-19? The report details the ups and downs

After a decade of steady growth and record numbers, the pandemic has proven to be a drag on Utah’s tourism industry, which has seen widespread declines in visits and revenues in 2020. The forecast looks better for 2021, however. And while some tourism-dependent industries experienced a financial decline during the …

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Biden administrator backs oil rail through roadless forest area

A proposed rail line transporting oil through roadless areas of a Utah national forest does not conflict with the sustainability goals of the Biden administration, the Forest Service has told opponents of the project. In a letter to the Center for Biological Diversity, Forest Service Chief Randy Moore said the …

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Toy madnesses that erupted into violence

If you were a parent in the early 1980s, making your child happy came with great physical risk. During the height of the Cabbage Patch Kids phenomenon, greedy shoppers were sometimes trampled on or threatened by store owners with bats when demand exceeded supply. These cherub-cheeked dolls weren’t the only …

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winter weather warning, advisories posted in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY – Winter is expected to return to Utah on Tuesday after a hot and windy afternoon, and several warnings and advisories are in effect. “The valley rain will turn to snow Tuesday evening, as the cold air comes in, producing a few inches of valley snow Wednesday …

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Barbecue pit in the garden – Mother Earth News

1/5 LEFT: Add fire-soaked logs to give the meal a smoky flavor. CENTER: Wrap each piece of meat in its own grocery bag and a double layer of damp newspaper. RIGHT: Inspect the coals in the backyard barbecue pit. PAUL KING 2/5 Insulation of the covered pit with a layer …

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What will Springdale look like in the next 20 years? Plan offers vision – St George News

ST. GEORGE – Springdale’s roadmap for the next 20 years is ready. The city’s Planning Commission has completed the update of its general plan with recent public participation. The committee will present the revised plan on Wednesday at 5 p.m. View from George Barker River Park facing Zion National Park, …

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Watch out for new Utahns

(ABC4) – Warning: Newcomers to Utah – Whether you are visiting for the holidays or have chosen Beehive State as your new home – you may not be familiar with the unique regional cuisine that the State has to offer. From inventive dips, loaded burgers and special sweet treats, Utah …

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Biden aims to reduce bureaucratic bypassing of government services – ABC4 Utah

WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden will sign an executive order on Monday aimed at saving Americans time and frustration when they seek a wide range of federal services, such as passport renewals, applying for Social Security benefits and obtaining help after natural disasters. The White House released details of …

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Utah Red Cross deploys team to fight tornadoes

(ABC 4) – The Utah Red Cross has deployed teams to support relief efforts from the catastrophic tornadoes that ravaged five states. The storm affected residents of Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee. Statement by Heidi Ruster CEO of the American Red Cross Utah / Nevada Region “Our hearts are …

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Utah’s economy will get another boost at Point of the Mountain near Silicon Slopes

This year, Utah was featured in the national spotlight as the No.1 economy and one of the best states in the country for infrastructure and financial stability, according to US News & World Report. As we look to 2022, we are confident that our state will continue to lead the …

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Improved BBQ (NASDAQ: BBQ) at Zacks Investment Research

Barbecue (NASDAQ: BBQ) was upgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “sell” rating to a “keep” rating in a research report released Friday to clients and investors, reports Zacks.com. According to Zacks, “Famous Dave’s owns, operates and franchises barbecue restaurants and blues clubs. The company currently has locations and franchises …

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After the FBI raid, Quiboloy still received COVID money from the US government

RICH BY THE FBI IN 2020 Apollo Quiboloy’s Kingdom of Jesus Christ, the church of the name above every name in Los Angeles, California —DANNY PETILLA LOS ANGELES — Is the self-describing “designated son of God” just another mortal seeking mammon? Apollo Quiboloy, spiritual advisor to President Duterte recently indicted …

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Help provide vacation assistance to students in need

Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Utah supports all types of different organizations that we highlight in our Healthier Together partnership. In this one, we are talking about the Granite Education Foundation. The Granite School District is unlike any other district in Utah. The district covers 257 square miles and has 90 …

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Not everyone likes the Lake Utah Islands project

Uit could soon become the largest man-made island project in human history. The Lake Utah Restoration Project is a $ 6.4 billion project, of which $ 2.2 billion is spent on dredging Lake Utah, deepening the lake by seven feet, and using the remaining sediment. to create artificial islands in …

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New restaurants in Frisco and Breckenridge

Diners relax on the terrace of the Log Cabin Cafe on Main Street in Frisco on May 15. The restaurant has since closed and will soon open, Suga Moon’s BBQ & Cocktails, a new business started by Teryn Guadagnoli, the owner of Modis in Breckenridge.Jenna deJong / Summit Daily News …

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SLC restaurateur launches national, emotional plea for new federal ‘lifeline’

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) – Sara Lund was there on Thursday when deliveries of new drinking glasses arrived at her downtown Salt Lake bar and restaurant, Bodega and the Rest, but her financial situation may be nothing to complain about. “I literally transferred all of my savings to my corporate …

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Utah Department of Alcohol and Beverage Control

UTAH (ABC4) – The Alcoholic Beverage Control Department has released its annual report for fiscal year 2021, with total alcohol sales of $ 517 million. After paying the department’s running costs, the remaining $ 214 million will be returned to the community, said DABC director Tiffany Clason. “The DABC helps …

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What are President Joe Biden’s approval ratings? Poll shows how Utahns feel

President Joe Biden’s job performance rating continues to languish among voters in Utah. A new Deseret News / Hinckley Institute of Politics poll found that just 32% of state residents approve of the way the president does his job, while 63% disapprove, with just over half strongly disapproving. Presidents often …

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Ken Sanders’ bookstore, forced to move by developers, finds home at Leonardo

After nearly two years of research, while struggling to keep his business afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, Salt Lake City bookseller and counter-culture icon Ken Sanders has found a new home for his eponymous store: Leonardo. Somewhere in 2022, Rare books by Ken Sanders will open a store at the …

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How the Owlet smart sock went from a parent favorite to an FDA warning

SALT LAKE CITY – Krystina Askew bought an Owlet smart sock for her first son, which was conceived through fertility treatments. “How difficult it was to have him,” Askew explained, “we wanted to make sure we had peace of mind.” “And then when we found out that maybe the FDA …

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