Krishna Utah community feeds souls on feast of love

By Lizeth Vejar Every Sunday, the Southern Utah Krishna community meets at their Spanish Krishna Fork Temple to worship, learn, and receive blessings. The Utah Krishna community began meeting in a log house in Spanish Fork 35 years ago. In 2001, they built a temple. The temple serves several purposes. …

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First “community refrigerator” opens on the west side of Salt Lake City

The first community refrigerator was installed by the Salt Lake Community Support Group. (Adam Sotelo, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Many people are still struggling to make ends meet, even with an economy that appears to be doing well. Not everyone can afford to put …

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Best Burger Restaurant in Every State – 24/7 Wall St.

Nothing says America like a perfectly cooked beef patty covered in condiments and sandwiched in a bun. We live in a burger country and everyone’s preferences differ. The hamburger was never meant to be a fancy and expensive food, although many attempts have been made to make it into a …

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Venezuela halts negotiations after extradition of Maduro ally to US

MIAMI (Reuters) – The Venezuelan government on Saturday announced it would end negotiations with its opponents in retaliation for the extradition to the United States of a close ally of President Nicolás Maduro who prosecutors say could be the the most important witness to corruption in this South American country. …

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It is the state with the worst economy – 24/7 Wall St.

The health of a state’s economy depends on perspective. For businesses, the main considerations may be taxes and the extent to which the workforce can organize or demand benefits. For workers, the problems tend to be more on wages and insurance. For economists, the measures could be unemployment and the …

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Set aside Hispanic Heritage Month snaps to examine Utah’s Hispanic heritage

Our Spanish ancestors played a role in the attempt to erase indigenous peoples. Crystal Zamora, 27, from Albuquerque, NM, performs with Aztec dancers Ehecatl on Monday, October 14, 2019, at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM as part of New Mexico’s first Indigenous Peoples Day. A handful of …

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A new power plant to support more jobs and energy innovation

The Intermountain Power Agency in Millard County is replacing its coal-fired generators with a natural gas and hydrogen power plant. As planning continues, the Utah Foundation released the “Plugging into the Future of Electricity” report. This report details how the change came about as California, where IPA exports its electricity, …

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Company sues Colorado for using racial preferences in granting COVID-19 relief grants

Find out what clicks on FoxBusiness.com. A Colorado event planning company is suing the state’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade over a bid to block racial preferences in the distribution of COVID-19 relief funds. “We believe that the government should treat individuals as individuals”, Wen Fa, an attorney …

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Bali reopens to foreign travelers as COVID-19 outbreak subsides

DENPASAR, Indonesia – The Indonesian resort island of Bali reopened to international travelers to visit its shops and white sand beaches for the first time in over a year on Thursday – if vaccinated, test negative, native to certain countries, quarantine and take into account restrictions in public. However, foreign …

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Small Business Digital Financial Services Provider BlueVine Appoints Mira Srinivasan As CRO

Blue Vine, the financial services provider for small businesses, has appointed Mira Srinivasan as Chief Risk Officer. In this role, Mira will need to build on the strong foundation of BlueVine’s Risk team and improve various policies, customer experience and risk models, as well as improve underwriting. It will report …

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