Why has Halloween become so popular among adults?

Halloween was a kid’s thing. Stopping dressing was an important rite of passage. It meant that you were one step closer to becoming an adult. Not anymore. Today, adults have become avid Halloween revelers, especially young adults. In 2005, just over half of adults celebrated Halloween. Today that number has …

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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints donates food and supplies to the Tribes of Warm Springs

WARM SPRINGS, Ore. (KTVZ) – On Wednesday morning, members of the Confederate Tribes of Warm Springs, along with missionaries and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, worked together to unload 24 pallets of food and supplies delivered to Confederate tribes by the church. The supplies were …

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Fil-Am techpreneurs shine at Silicon Slopes Summit in Utah – Manila bulletin

Filipino-born tech entrepreneurs made waves at the Silicon Slopes Summit held October 14-15, 2021 in Utah. Gabby Dizon, Co-Founder of Philippines-based Yield Guild Games, introduces the ‘Play to Earn’ game business model, which allows players to convert their time and skills into cryptocurrency and real money. (Photos from the Philippine …

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Deadline Approaches to Apply for EIDL Drought Emergency Loans

The deadline for SBA working capital loans due to drought is fast approaching. Companies in six states have up to November 5, 2021 Apply for a federal disaster loan from the SBA for economic harm. These businesses can use Economic Disaster Loans (EIDL) to pay fixed debts, salaries, accounts payable, …

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West Valley City’s ‘My Hometown’ Initiative Focuses on Neighbors Helping Neighbors

This story is part of the Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identifying solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. [Subscribe to our newsletter here] Rain or shine, you’ll see West Valley City resident David Nuckolls get his hands dirty on a Saturday morning on …

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Suppressed global demand squeezing the global supply chain

SALT LAKE CITY – Store shelves are emptying, ports are backed up, the holiday shopping season is approaching. The mess in the global supply chain is likely to get worse before it gets better, says a Utah import / export specialist. In 2020, when the pandemic struck, workers were sent …

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NEW STUDY: Conventional Food Prices Catch Up With Organic Foods

(ABC4) – Adopting healthier eating habits can sometimes come with a higher price, which is why some people don’t even bother to browse the organic aisle of the supermarket. That may soon change as a new study has found that the prices of conventional foods are increasing at a much …

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How the Utah Legislature Made the State Prosperous | Opinion

Each week I have the opportunity to speak with business leaders from across the country. As I hear about their challenges with over-regulation that kills jobs, high taxes, and the lack of understanding of basic economics by some elected officials, I come out of these interactions grateful to live in …

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Local Utah News Headlines – Tuesday Night, October 19, 2021

Tuesday evening October 19, 2021 State Utah could lose the ability to enforce its own labor laws Utah could lose some of its independence to enforce labor laws. The US Department of Labor announced Tuesday that it is considering enforcing labor standards in Utah itself. That’s because the state was …

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Can he energize the democratic base

HENRICO, Virginia (AP) – When Planned Parenthood canvassers stopped by Megan Ortiz, the 32-year-old therapist was getting ready to go out and was too distracted to speak for long. But after they left, she changed her mind. She hopped in her minivan and roamed the streets of her suburban Richmond …

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