National Ability Center’s Barn Party fundraiser returns

Tickets for the National Ability Center’s annual Barn Party are on sale now. The event, which raises funds for its equestrian programs, will include a dinner, live music, a mechanical bull, an auction and a children’s area.Photo by Photo by Missy Gresen The National Ability Center’s annual Barn Party fundraiser …

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ChatFunnels Co-Founder Billy Bateman Recognized as One of Utah’s Top Entrepreneurs | News

Billy Batmanco-founder of ChatFunnels is recognized as one of the from utah top 100 entrepreneurs by WIN in partnership with TechBuzz and Salt Lake Chamber. Billy is also set to speak at the tech industry’s largest virtual demand generation leadership summit for marketers and sales professionals to learn best practices …

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One Person’s Junk Fee is Another’s Treasure | Alston and bird

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has asked for feedback on how best to crack down on what it calls “unwanted charges.” Our Financial Services and Products group examines how mortgage services are distinguished and why mortgage servicers should be aware that their fees will be closely monitored. Republican attorneys general …

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Vegan chocolate recalled due to undeclared milk

by: Isabel Colello, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Post : May 3, 2022 / 6:42 p.m. MDT Update: May 3, 2022 / 6:42 p.m. MDT (WWTI) – Consumers are being warned about the presence of dairy in some “dairy-free” chocolates. The Food and Drug Administration has confirmed that TJX Companies, Inc. has …

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As women return to work, remote work could lock in gains

Lily Stateline coverage of the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic “secession” is fading as more women return to work across the country, aided by new workplace flexibility that could stall future increases in female employment. Remote working, an easing of constraints from 9 to 5 working days …

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Utah’s Korean BBQ Hit Cupbop Makes National Appearance on Shark Tank

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — As K-pop, K-dramas and K-movies increasingly impact American culture, the owners of Korean barbecue restaurant ‘Cupbop’ say, “It’s it’s K-food time! Cupbop will soon get some well-deserved attention nationwide by making an appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank. The best food Utah has to offer Cupbop …

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Here’s how Biden could cancel student loans

President Joe Biden has grabbed the headlines when he says he will roll out a federal student loan forgiveness plan “within the next two weeks” — and will aim to write off less than $50,000 in debt per year. borrower. A move by Biden to eliminate some student loans through …

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Mower, co-inventor of implantable cardioverter defibrillator, dies at 89 – ABC4 Utah

BALTIMORE (AP) — Dr. Morton Mower, a former Maryland-based cardiologist who helped invent an automatic implantable defibrillator that helped countless heart patients live longer, healthier lives, has died at 89. The funeral was held Wednesday for Mower, who died of cancer two days earlier at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, …

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COMMENT: “Iowa is a pro-growth fiscal leader” | Columnists

John Hendrickson Guest Columnist For fifteen years, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) has produced Rich States, Poor States: ALEC-Laffer State Economic Competitiveness Index. This broad index measures 15 policy variables that the ALEC has deemed important for economic growth, with a particular focus on tax and spending policies. Since …

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What is “dirty soda”? Utah’s beloved drink is trending on social media

(NEXSTAR) – Let’s Talk Dirty. A relatively new food trend that originated in Utah — “dirty soda” — has burst onto the national scene in recent weeks, and it’s largely thanks to social media. The drink itself is quite simple: it’s soda mixed with any combination of syrups, juices, purees, …

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How have states handled the COVID-19 crisis? New analysis shows Utah, Nebraska and Vermont were the best with Montana and Florida close behind

The Committee To Unleash Prosperity (CUP) has released the most comprehensive analysis to date on how states have handled the COVID-19 crisis. These results were also published by the National Bureau of Economic Research. Picture/CUP The State Report Card measures and compares state performance on three metrics: economy, …

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Voter’s Guide to the Montana Legislative Candidate Primary Elections | Special Sections

Occupation: Public Defender for the State of Montana. Family: Member of a large mountain family. His mother runs a 200-head cattle ranch outside of Boulder, and his father is an architect who specializes in preserving historic buildings. His sister is finishing law school and his brothers are involved in welding, …

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The search is underway for the Kearns Community Council stolen trailer full of event material

KEARNS, Utah — Unified Police are searching for a stolen trailer filled with thousands of dollars worth of event supplies belonging to the Kearns Community Council. “(The suspects) probably thought it was going to contain a large amount of valuables,” said UPD Kearns Precinct leader Levi Hughes. “What they found …

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Why This Economy May Be Stronger Than It Seems

From inflation to war in Ukraine, there seems to be plenty to worry about the economy these days, but things are looking pretty good for the busy Haya Hotel in Tampa, Florida. Even with gas prices exceeding $4 a gallon, people are commuting from neighboring states and flocking to the …

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Tech Morning Show wins six student production awards [PHOTOS]

ST. CLOUD – Local high school students have been recognized for their hard work in video production. The Tech Morning Show recently won several student production awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Upper Midwest Foundation. The morning show is in its third year and Club Advisor …

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Plug into technology to monitor diabetes

April 27, 2022 12:00 a.m. Author: University of Utah Health Communications If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, you know how important it is to actively manage your disease by eating a healthy diet, exercising, taking medication, reducing your risk of complications, and monitoring your condition. . And that’s exactly why …

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Looking to start a hydrogen hub in your state? Here’s what the experts say it will take

With a third of its economy tied to power generation, Wyoming is not a state that plans to sit back and watch energy transitions pass, taking its longtime livelihood with it. But building a new industry in a relatively small state is no easy task, according to Glen Murrell, executive …

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Connecting Orrin Hatch to New Bedford

Orrin Hatch died last Saturday at the age of 88. I am happy to remember the longest-serving Republican U.S. Senator and former President Pro Tempore as a singer-songwriter and poet rather than a political icon for more than four years. decades. I’m very happy to have had a friendship with …

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TDS is working hard to become the preferred internet provider in Southern Utah – St George News

Promotional image courtesy of TDS, St. George News/Cedar City News CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Students, schools, workers and businesses all need reliable high-speed Internet access to succeed. TDS believes that St. George and the Southern Utah area deserves the best Internet. Promotional image courtesy of TDS, St. George News/Cedar City News …

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Former Utah senator Orrin G. Hatch, who helped shape health and tax policy, dies at 88

While he was a staunch Republican, especially on social issues, that didn’t stop him from forming close working and personal relationships with Democrats, including Kennedy, with whom he was quite close. “Working with the other side is not only politically necessary, but actually beneficial to everyone,” Hatch said in his …

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Orrin Hatch, seven-term senator and member of a Republican force, dies at 88

During the opioid crisis in 2015, he introduced a bill to restrict the power of government regulators to stop the marketing of drugs by predatory pharmaceutical companies. It later emerged that he had received $2.3 million in donations from the pharmaceutical industry over 25 years. But there were no political …

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PM Briefing: Nominating conventions and states accept Colorado River water cuts

Friday, April 22, 2022 State Utah nominating conventions are Saturday Republican and Democratic delegates from Utah will choose their nominees for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives on Saturday. On the Republican side, Senator Mike Lee faces two main challengers. The convention comes a week after revelations about his …

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Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, BBQ, Arcos Dorados and Kura Sushi USA

For immediate release Chicago, IL – April 22, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the analyst blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc. …

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why bird owners are vigilant and the symptoms you should look out for

UTAH COUNTY, Utah “Right now, people in Utah County have to keep a close eye on their herds. The warnings come as the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food confirms a case of bird flu in northern Utah County. Currently, 29 states, including Utah, are reporting cases of bird flu. …

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Watch: Governor Cox hosts monthly press conference on PBS Utah

Tags: Bills, Future Prosperity, Opportunity, Rural, Rural Affairs SALT LAKE CITY (April 21, 2022) — Click here to watch Governor Cox’s monthly press conference hosted by PBS Utah. ASL interpretation is provided. Highlights include: We are declaring a state of drought emergency starting today. This emergency ordinance will allow the …

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4 restaurant stocks to buy if sales and hiring increase

AAmericans are worried about rising prices, but that hasn’t stopped them from spending. In fact, people have started to spend aggressively on services, helping retailers. It saw American restaurants, which had been hit hard at the height of the pandemic, finally get back to normal. The latest data from the …

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Will Strong Sales Momentum Boost Teledyne (TDY) Q1 Earnings?

Teledyne Technologies Incorporated TDY is expected to release its first quarter 2022 results on April 27 before market open. Teledyne has a four-quarter earnings surprise of 24.72% on average. The strong performance of the majority of TDY’s segments in the first quarter should have contributed favorably to the company’s overall …

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The famous Westbrook cafe will open a new ice cream shop

If you’ve walked Main Street in Westbrook, chances are you’ve noticed The daily. The cleverly named cafe is a popular spot for locals to grab their cup of coffee away from the national chains. Before the pandemic, The Daily Grind always had customers inside its four walls, as staff served …

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Dallas Mavericks Games 3 and 4 Official Watch Parties: Everything You Need to Know

DALLAS— It’s time to get Rowdy, Loud and Proud and cheer on the Dallas Mavs in Salt Lake City! The Dallas Mavericks today announced plans to hold official playoff watch parties this Thursday and Saturday for Games 3 and 4 against the Utah Jazz. Both celebrations will take place at …

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Meet the 12-year-old trans dynamo banned from field hockey

By James Finn | DETROIT — Fischer Wells is a 12-year-old girl who just wanted to play field hockey…so badly that she signed up for a college team in Kentucky that didn’t even exist! Then she talked about it so much that enough girls signed up for the team to …

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Buy Local: Support Utah’s Woman-Owned Business Directory

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes Women start and grow businesses, create jobs, support families financially, and contribute to the local and state economy. When we support women leading businesses, we encourage growth, create opportunities for communities and grow the middle class. Unfortunately, it’s not always easy to find women-owned businesses …

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Biden to demand US-made steel and iron for infrastructure | app

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Biden administration is taking a key step to ensure federal dollars will support U.S. manufacturing — issuing requirements on how projects funded by the bipartisan $1 trillion infrastructure package sourcing building materials. The guidelines require that purchased material — whether for a bridge, highway, water pipe …

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Southern Utah Chabad greets community members at their Passover Seder – St George News

The community ritual Passover Seder feast marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover, St. George, Utah, April 15, 2022 | Photo by Stephanie DeGraw, St. George News ST. GEORGE- The ritual feast of the community Passover Seder warmly welcomed residents and guests of southern Utah on Friday night. …

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Texts Show Utah Senator Lee’s Early Work to Cancel Election | National Policy

PA SALT LAKE CITY, AP — Utah Sen. Mike Lee worked on early efforts to overturn the 2020 election results, helping advance legally dodgy plans to keep President Donald Trump in power, before to change course and reverse quickly. His efforts, revealed in text messages obtained by the House panel …

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Backyard BBQ Contest and Festival in Central City, Kentucky

Central City is throwing a big summer party. Whiskey Alibi will perform, food trucks will be there, a cruise is planned, and a backyard barbecue contest will take place. If a judge is needed, that’s what I’m here for! Register your team today and save the date. Some of my …

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Want more than a meal? 8 Utah Restaurants That Offer Something Extra

Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes Dining with friends, family, colleagues, and even strangers is one of the oldest rituals in human history for bringing people together. Food connects everyone, and sharing a meal is a great way to strengthen old bonds and create new ones. While Utah may not enjoy …

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Editorial Summary: South Carolina | Daily Times Center

Times and Democrat. April 14, 2022. Editorial: Targeting Student Debt Relief is Better House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn, Congressman for South Carolina’s 6th District, was a leading voice in favor of student loan forgiveness. He and a group of Democratic lawmakers called on President Joe Biden to extend the …

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Oklahoma and Utah advance to NCAA Gymnastics Team Finals

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Oklahoma’s women’s gymnastics team returns to a familiar place thanks in part to a little pep talk from Baker Mayfield. The Sooners posted the best score of 198.112 in the opening session of the NCAA Semifinals on Thursday, moving the four-time national champions to the …

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Utah’s ‘business-friendly’ privacy law set to go live in 2024

A new consumer privacy law has been signed into law in Utah and will go into effect at the end of 2023, the fourth such state bill to pass. Although it compares in some ways to previous bills passed in California, Virginia and Colorado, Utah’s bill is the most business-friendly. …

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4 stocks to buy as the restaurant industry shows promise

JThe economy is rapidly reopening and people have started spending more on services than on goods. This has led to increased sales in service-related industries like bars and restaurants, travel and accommodation, and leisure. Crucially, the restaurant industry, which had been struggling for some time, has finally started to rebound, …

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States take different paths when it comes to small business loan disclosure

Small businesses in Virginia and Utah will soon receive clearer information about the money they borrow from merchant lending companies. But the disclosures will miss one number: the annual percentage rate they will pay for each loan. This will not be the case in New York and California, where lawmakers …

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Iowa rejected Biden, but president returns to sell rural plan – ABC4 Utah

WASHINGTON (AP) — Iowa has never been fertile ground for Joe Biden. His 1988 presidential bid imploded in a plagiarism scandal sparked by comments he made during a debate there. He dropped out of his run for the White House in 2008 after a fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucus. …

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California and New York have handled the worst COVID-19 lockdowns, Florida among the best, new study finds

A new study has ranked states by how they have handled the coronavirus pandemic and its subsequent restrictions and lockdowns, showing a stark contrast between liberal and conservative states. The Committee To Unleash Prosperity study compared state performance on metrics such as the economy, education and mortality from the virus, …

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Ukrainian leaves Utah to help his people

OREM, Utah — A Ukrainian who has lived in Utah for more than 15 years packs his bags to help his people. Vasil Osipenko was instrumental in helping Ukrainians find accommodation here in Beehive state after fleeing their homeland, but now he says it’s time to reach out to them. …

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Acute labor shortages prevent Utah employers from filling jobs

Washington County and the State of Utah are generally in a good economic position. The population keeps growing and unemployment keeps falling. There is only one glaring problem: companies are not finding enough workers to fill their vacancies. “Washington County is quite the growth machine there,” said Benjamin Crabb, regional …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. Annual Meeting of Shareholders scheduled for Thursday, May 12 at 2:00 p.m. PT

LA VEGAS, April 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (“GBank” or the “Company”) (OTCQX: GBFH), the parent company of Bank of George (the “Bank”), announced today that it will hold its annual meeting of shareholders on Thursday May 12to 2:00 p.m. (PST). Shareholders will be able to listen …

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Covid cases, vaccine recalls and BA.2 news: live updates

A checkpoint in Ningbo, China. A growing number of Chinese cities are requiring truckers to take daily Covid PCR tests.Credit…Agence France-Presse — Getty Images BEIJING — China’s growing Covid-19 restrictions are creating further disruptions to global supply chains for consumer electronics, auto parts and other goods. A growing number of …

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Chris Blatchford, a vegan pitmaster, makes a meatless barbecue that even meat eaters can love.

Chris Blatchford is serious about barbecue. He has five smokers in his backyard and a 4,000 square foot garden which he is about to expand by another 2,000 square feet. During the summer, the garden is bursting with tomatoes and peppers and other vegetables that go into its barbecue and …

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New oil and gas rules are costing Garfield County in investment and industry jobs, study finds

It wasn’t exactly surprise news for Garfield County commissioners on Tuesday, but an economic impact study assessing the impacts of new oil and gas regulations in Colorado finds the county is taking a significant financial hit. Commissioners heard findings from Wyoming consultant Timothy Considine during a working session on Tuesday. …

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How to Recycle in Casper | caspar

When you throw an item into a large green recycling bin in Casper, you’ve taken the first step on its long journey of regenerating into something new. It will then go to the Casper balefill, where it is sorted into the appropriate batch of paper, plastic or metal products. From …

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Troutman Pepper State Attorneys General Monitor – April 2022

Flight. 2022, Number 3 REGULATORY WATCH PODCAST Troutman Pepper’s Regulatory oversight podcast analyzes the underlying trends driving law enforcement activities and provides expert insights into key policy areas. Featuring insights from members of the firm’s Regulatory Practice Group, including its nationally ranked office of state attorneys general, with invited commentary …

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Popular Hawaiian-style food chain opens in another Utah town

IRON COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Foodies, get ready as a popular Utah-based restaurant chain expands to another Utah city this month. Mo’Bettahs, the beloved fast-casual chain serving Hawaiian-inspired cuisine opens its new location in Cedar City in late April. The new store is located at 1455 S. Old Hwy. 91 …

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Utah enacts disclosure requirements for small business credit

On March 24, Utah Governor Spencer Cox signed into law SB 183, a bill that contains certain business transaction disclosure requirements applicable to prescribed providers of many forms of “small” business credit. Utah joins California and New York in adopting these legal commercial finance disclosure requirements. However, there are some …

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Indigenous professionals share tips for success and overcoming setbacks – The Durango Herald

Panelists offer a message of hope during the Success for Native America discussion Panelists, left to right: Keana Kaleikini, Joshuaa D. Allison-Burbank, Carma Claw, Dominic Martinez, Ahsaki LaFrance-Chachere and moderator Swarvoski Little met Monday night at Fort Lewis College to discuss their paths to success at Success for Native America …

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Mo’ Bettahs transports guests to the Hawaiian Islands with an all-new prototype

Popular Hawaiian-style concept unveils comprehensive new branding to bring authentic island experience to more markets across the United States Salt Lake City, Utah (RestaurantNews.com) Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant offers customers a glimpse of the diverse ocean lifestyle that characterizes the Hawaiian Islands through its all-new prototype. After growing up …

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UN warns Earth ‘firmly on track towards an unlivable world’ – ABC4 Utah

BERLIN (AP) — Temperatures on Earth will exceed a key danger point unless greenhouse gas emissions fall faster than countries have pledged, the world’s top body of climate scientists said Monday, warning of the consequences of inaction but also noting encouraging signs of progress. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the …

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Utah enacts Business Financial Disclosure and Recording Act

Merchant cash advance providers, commercial dispute funders, SME online lending platforms and other non-bank small business lenders, take note: follow the lead of California and new YorkUtah is now the third state to enact disclosure requirements for commercial lending transactions. Unlike otherwise similar California and New York laws, Utah …

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Across the United States, religious groups are mobilizing to help Ukrainian refugees – ABC4 Utah

LOS ANGELES (AP) — As U.S. refugee resettlement agencies and nonprofits nationwide prepare to help Ukrainians fleeing the nearly six-week-long Russian invasion and war, members of religious communities are leading the charge to welcome the displaced. In Southern California, pastors and lay people line up at the Mexican border waving …

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Better politics today will create a brighter economy tomorrow

Governor Mike DeWine’s state of the state address last week offered an optimistic view of Ohio. Borrowing a line from Bengals star Joe Burrow, Mr DeWine told the General Assembly that Ohio “comes for everything”. The governor gave lawmakers a solid pep talk, and his optimism is well-placed and infectious. …

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XLMedia PLC surges on strong performance of its North American sports business

Investors bet on XLMedia PLC (AIM:XLM, OTC:XLMDF) as the company said its North American sports business was trading strongly. The global digital performance publisher and data miner said revenue for 2021 was $66.5 million, down from $54.8 million and in line with guidance released in early February. The sports segment …

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Stolen car owner’s dog dies in crash in southern Utah

IRON COUNTY, Utah — A man is facing charges after he allegedly stole a car in Cedar City, ran from police at extremely high speeds, then rolled the car, which resulted in the death of the car owner’s dog . Police say Sean Damian Peacock, 21, of Enoch, stole a …

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Economy Rent a Car announces 12 new locations – Rental Operations

As travel resumes, Economy welcomes many new affiliates and extensions of existing affiliates. Pictured is the Orlando team. Photo: Economy Rent A Car Economy Rent a Car Corp. announced the addition of 12 new affiliate sites in North and South America, the Caribbean and Europe. According to …

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Air Springs and Bike Suspension – Cycling West

By Eric Ramirez — If you’re wondering what an air spring is or how it works, you’re probably not alone. Chances are if you’re a mountain biker, you already have an intimate relationship with an air spring. Most of our bikes are equipped with a suspension fork and the full …

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AAPL dividend announcement $0.3300/share 3/30/2022

Glacier Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE:GBCI) on 03/30/2022 declared a dividend of $0.3300 per share payable April 21, 2022 to shareholders of record as of April 12, 2022. The amount of the dividend recorded is an increase of 0 $.23 from the last dividend paid. Glacier Bancorp, Inc. (NYSE: GBCI) has paid …

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The Bayou, a Salt Lake City bar, lifts its COVID-19 vaccine requirement

The Bayou faced protests as one of the first private companies in Utah to demand proof of being bitten. (The Bayou Facebook Page) The Bayou, a Salt Lake City bar and restaurant, faced protests on Saturday, August 28, 2021, due to its requirement for proof of COVID-19 vaccination for food …

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Letters to the Editor – Will Smith, Warsaw Speech, Carbon Tax, Utah Governor, Southlake

Another new low Will Smith’s pathetic “what we do for love” apology for slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars is reminiscent of the excuses used by perpetrators of domestic violence the world over: I love you, therefore I kick you. He should be strongly and publicly condemned by all media …

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Utah mom warns about button batteries after 9-month-old’s trip to ER

Brayden Imlay, who is 9 months old, was rushed to hospital after a button cell battery got stuck in his throat on March 9. His mother hopes to warn others of the dangers of button batteries. (Imlay family photo) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Cassidie ​​Imlay …

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Wolf ranks near bottom in Governor’s Scorecard report

(The Center Square) – A new report on US governors and their commitment to economic freedom has ranked Governor Tom Wolf near the bottom of the pack. The Laffer-ALEC Report on Economic Freedom, published by the American Legislative Exchange Council, rates each governor “on their current economic performance and their …

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Dine on the Nanoose Bay Waterfront – Revelstoke Review

– Words by Susan Lundy Photography by Sean Fenzel Described as a “modern Canadian tavern”, Seascape is a new waterfront dining destination in the Fairwinds community of Nanoose Bay. Located in Fairwinds Landing, Seascape offers spectacular ocean and marina views, a relaxed and inviting ambiance, and a menu that showcases …

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Crumbl cookies arrive at Rock Row in Westbrook, Maine

As Rock Row in Westbrook continues to grow in its vision of becoming a one-stop shopping, entertainment, dining, housing and office destination, more businesses are taking over space in this development. of multi-million dollars that sits on what used to be a rock quarry. The latest to put up their …

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Here are three bad ideas to fight high gas prices |Opinion

What could be worse than the problem of high priced gasoline? How about politicians and special interest groups trying to solve it? The past few days have been filled with bad ideas floating around. Worst among these (and it’s a close call) is a bill sponsored by a trio of …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. Announces Bank of George Ranks 6th in S&P Global Market Intelligence’s 2021 Ranking of Top Performing U.S. Community Banks Under $3 Billion in Assets

LA VEGAS, March 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (“GBank” or the “Company”) (OTCQX: GBFH), the parent company of Bank of George (the “Bank”), today announced an industry report ranking them 6and best performing U.S. community bank under $3 billion in assets. S&P Global Market Intelligence has just …

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Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, BBQ Holdings, Arcos Dorados Holdings and Compass Group

For immediate release Chicago, IL – March 24, 2022 – Zacks.com announces the list of stocks featured in the analyst blog. Every day, Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: Dave & Buster’s Entertainment, Inc. …

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‘Farm Field Day’ captivates hundreds of Iron County third graders – St George News

CEDAR TOWN — Hundreds of third-graders participated in an “Agricultural Field Day” this week in Cedar City. Third-graders participate in farming presentations at various learning stations during ‘Farm Field Day’ at Diamond Z Arena, Cedar City, Utah on March 21, 2022 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News/Cedar City …

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4 restaurant stocks to buy if sales increase

JThe U.S. restaurant industry has had a tough 2020 and 2021 with uneven sales volume as the pandemic has been an impediment to the smooth running of the industry. Even then, the restaurant industry put on an impressive show in 2021 compared to the previous year. And this year too …

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Morgan Stanley doesn’t think DeFi growth has legs

A report from Morgan Stanley said the growth of decentralized finance (DeFi) may soon slow, due to regulatory issues and oversizing, CoinDesk wrote on Tuesday, March 22. Central bank easing programs have forced investors to look for yield in new places. This helped push the total assets locked in DeFi …

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Working together to save Utah Lake

Sponsored: Utah Lake Restoration – Led by an expert team of scientists, engineers, professionals, and researchers with decades of experience restoring degraded waterways Lake Restoration Solutions| Recreational Island (concept art) By Jon Benson | Lake Restoration Solutions | March 22, 2022, 6:00 a.m. Working together to save Utah Lake When …

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Nowruz is banned in Afghanistan, but families continue to celebrate

The Taliban may have banned the Nowruz holiday, but they can’t erase the Persian New Year from people’s minds. “When I think of Nowruz, I can only think of food,” Shararah (a pseudonym to protect her identity) says with a broad smile. The 23-year-old teacher zooms in from a modest …

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The best Tramontina cookware – ABC4 Utah

What are the best Tramontina cookware sets? Cooking for loved ones becomes more enjoyable with quality cookware. Beautiful, durable pots and pans make every kitchen job easier and can even improve the end result. Whether you’re a home cook creating delicious meals for friends and family or a professional chef …

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Self-government can only work if we don’t reward threats and violence.

Self-government can only work if we don’t reward threats and violence. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Angry residents react when the Utah County Commission meeting was adjourned before it even started. The group protesting mandatory masks in schools removed social distancing tape from chairs and filled the Utah …

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Xterra Triathlon moves U.S. Championship event from Utah to Avon this summer

Crowds gather at Beaver Creek for Xterra races in 2021. Xterra will move its US Championship event to Beaver Creek in 2022.Jesse Peters/Xterra VAIL – The Xterra Off-Road Triathlon Circuit is moving its United States Championship event out of Utah to Beaver Creek and Avon as part of a larger …

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Climate change will make pollen season more unpleasant – ABC4 Utah

Climate change has already lengthened allergy season and increased pollen counts, but you haven’t sneezed anything yet. University of Michigan climatologists looked at 15 different plant pollens in the United States and used computer simulations to calculate how likely the allergy season will get worse by the year 2100. That’s …

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Pi Day: Who serves the best pie in Utah?

(NEXSTAR) – If you have any respect for math, you’ll eat a slice of pie today. Pi Day, observed annually on March 14, is an unofficial holiday that was first established in 1988 to celebrate the mathematical constant of pi. Today, scholars and teachers around the world commemorate this date …

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The state flat-tax movement is growing

The Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta. Photo: linda so/Reuters State tax cuts continue to arrive amid record budget surpluses, and the next to arrive may be in Georgia, which wants to follow fast-growing Sunbelt neighbors. The State House recently approved a plan to cut income taxes by more than $1 …

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2.5M SF Park303 Phase 2 inaugurates Glendale

Following its record sale of Park303 Phase I, LPC Desert West, the southwest branch of Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co., has begun construction of Park303 Phase 2. The new phase will bring nearly 2.5 million sq. squares in three new state-of-the-art industrial buildings overlooking Loop 303 in Glendale, Arizona. Park303 Phase …

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New College of Veterinary Medicine to Ease Utah Veterinarian Shortage

LOGAN, Utah (ABC4) – The Utah Legislature recently approved funding for the new College of Veterinary Medicine at Utah State University. The college will open in the fall of 2024, and when it does, it will be the first of its kind in the Beehive State. School officials believe that, …

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St. George’s Council warns blocking water supply could stunt ‘growth economy’ – St George News

Scott Taylor, Director of Water Services for St. George, speaks to St. George City Council about proposed water conservation measures for the city’s revised water use ordinance, St. George, Utah, March 11, 2022 | Photo by Mori Kessler. St. George’s News ST. GEORGE- As discussion of the city’s ongoing review …

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This artsy neighborhood of Ogden is a haven for creatives

For the past seven years, the Town of Ogden has been working on a plan to transform the areas between 24th and 26th Streets into a haven where artists and creatives can connect and earn a living while engaging with the community at large. Known as the “Nine Rails Creative …

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BBQ (NASDAQ:BBQ) Raised to “Strong-Buy” at Zacks Investment Research

BBQ (NASDAQ:BBQ – Get a rating) was upgraded by Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating to a “strong-buy” rating in a report released Thursday, Zacks.com reports. The brokerage currently has a target price of $16.00 on the stock. Zacks Investment Research’s price target would suggest a potential decline of …

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No. 23 Colorado State ekes by Utah State in MWC Quarters

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Chandler Jacobs banked the winning field goal with 1.8 seconds left and the No. 23 Colorado State held off Utah State 53-51 Thursday night in the quarterfinals of the Mountain West Conference. Isaiah Stevens drove the lane in the dying seconds and then drove through the …

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Montana’s Whitney tries to establish himself as Big Sky’s elite defenseman – Skyline Sports

If Brandon Whitney could have looked at the camera during the fourth quarter of Montana’s Feb. 7 home game against Southern Utah and winked. Zero registration. Pause. I bet you are wondering how I got here. “Here” in his case was about three feet off the ground, parallel to the …

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Foley BBQ & Blues Festival, American Cancer Society Chili Cookoff and Festival of Flowers headline the week 5 things to do this weekend

BBQ & Blues Cookoff – Foley I can already smell the barbecue and the smokers! The Foley BBQ and Blues Festival IS HERE! Personally, I can’t get excited enough to sink my teeth into all the delicious goodies that will be at Heritage Park all day Saturday, with the awards …

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ESSENTIAL A&E CHOICES MARCH 10-16 | Choice of entertainment | Salt Lake City

Utah Opera: Puccini ToscaThe history of opera and musical theater is filled with unique, perhaps unexpected, choices for booklets to turn into musical stories. This description could apply to Italian composer Giacomo Puccini’s interest in Victorien Sardou’s 1887 play in French Toscawhich Puccini first encountered while touring Italy in 1889. …

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Oil industry insiders say Biden will need to make big changes to bring down gas prices in Utah

(File photo: A filler nozzle pumps fuel into the gas tank of a tractor-trailer at a Phillips 66 gas station in Princeton, Illinois, U.S., Wednesday, April 1, 2020. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images) (File photo: A filler nozzle pumps fuel into the gas tank of a tractor-trailer at a …

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Various locations in the Utah Valley to find great international cuisine

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes When hunger pangs hit, sometimes you feel like branching out and trying something beyond your usual burger and fries or other classic American fare. You might crave a savory meat dish from Peru, a heavenly plate of curry from India or a freshly baked Parisian-style …

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Mo’ Bettahs brings the Aloha spirit to Plano

The popular Hawaiian-style concept opened in an all-new prototype on March 4 Dallas, Texas (RestaurantNews.com) The Plano community can now fill their opu (stomach) with ono (delicious) island food because Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant opened at 1801 Preston Road, Ste. B on Friday, March 4! To kick off its …

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Russia establishes ceasefire for evacuations amid heavy shelling – ABC4 Utah

LVIV, Ukraine (AP) — Even as Russia announced a ceasefire from Monday morning and the opening of humanitarian corridors in several regions, its armed forces continued to strike Ukrainian cities, several rocket launchers hitting residential buildings. The announcement of a limited ceasefire came a day after hundreds of thousands of …

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Scenes of despair, resolution in Ukrainian town – ABC4 Utah

MARIUPOL, Ukraine (AP) — A pale, bloody child, her pajama pants playfully adorned with unicorns, is rushed to a hospital, her mother moaning in terror. The new mothers nest the infants in makeshift bomb shelters in the basement. A father collapses in grief over the death of his teenage son …

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February hirings are the strongest since the summer; Unemployment falls to pandemic low

The U.S. economy posted the strongest job growth in seven months in February and the jobless rate fell to its lowest level since the pandemic, signs of a strong labor market ahead of a pivotal Reserve meeting federal. Employers added 678,000 seasonally adjusted workers to their payrolls last month, the …

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