Soaring meat prices, a tough sell for barbecue masters

By Jeremy Harlan, CNN For about twenty minutes, Alex Barbosa laid out his full menu – written in permanent marker on peach-colored butcher paper – before having to start removing parts of it. ” Sorry madam. We’ve come out of the burnt ends already, ”Barbosa, owner of the Barbosa’s Barbeque …

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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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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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Family-friendly barbecue restaurant in Williamsburg recognized by resolution of the Virginia House of Delegates

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (WAVY) – In Williamsburg, a sweet and tasty bite of oven-smoked barbecue can be found at a local family-run restaurant that has served the community for half a century. Over the years, the restaurant has survived a fire, been threatened by interstate plans, and is now facing a …

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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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Sofreh Cafe: Bushwick’s new taste for Iranian culture: Bushwick Daily

When I arrived at Sofreh Cafe on Varet Street, owner Nasim Alikhani was baking little cardamom and chickpea candies while she compared recipes with an Iranian grandmother across the counter. The grandmother lamented the lack of chickpea flour at her home in Utah. At a communal table in the center …

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Silicon Slopes project aims to fight food insecurity

SALT LAKE CITY – The fifth annual Silicon Slopes tech and startup event kicked off Thursday in Salt Lake City, with a big focus on an effort to help Utahns cope with food insecurity. More than 40 guest speakers, including corporate heavyweights like Apple CEO Tim Cook, will be presenters …

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State of the Northwest Arkansas region, business analysis scheduled for October 27

Submitted photo Mervin Jebaraj, director of the Center for Economic and Business Research, shares economic highlights for the state. (May 2018) The Center for Business and Economic Research at the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the U of A, in conjunction with the Northwest Arkansas Council, will release …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. Announces SafeNest, a Bank of George Sponsored Nonprofit, Received FHLBank San Francisco 2021 AHEAD Economic Development Grant

Posted: October 12, 2021 at 3:33 p.m. EDT|Update: 5 hours ago LAS VEGAS, 12 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (“GBank” or the “Company”) (OTCQX: GBFH), the parent company of George Bank (the “Bank”), today announced that SafeNest, a nonprofit organization sponsored by Bank of George, …

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Agreement of 8 units signed with Batteries Plus

Local entrepreneur to open four new sites and reopen 4 other sites in Atlanta, Athens Posted: October 12, 2021 at 11:15 a.m. EDT|Update: 21 hours ago ATLANTA, 12 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Batteries Plus, the country’s largest and fastest growing battery, bulb, keychain and repair franchise, announced the …

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Moderna, J&J vaccine booster shots – ABC4 Utah

WASHINGTON (AP) – While many Americans who have received Pfizer vaccines are already rolling up their sleeves for a booster, millions more who have received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine are anxiously waiting to know when it’s their turn . Federal regulators are starting to tackle this issue …

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Bam Bam’s BBQ Planning Special Tailgate Event with Utah Pig Bus to celebrate the life of Aaron Lowe and Ty Jordan

(Photo: 247Sports) When tragedy strikes, we rely on our friends, family and neighbors to pull us out. We rarely expect solace and help from our archenemies, but when it does, it can be one of the most powerful aids we can hope to receive. As we learn that the University …

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Local Utah Headlines – Monday Night, October 11, 2021

Monday evening October 11, 2021 State Encourage POCs to get involved in the redistribution Analysis of recent census data shows that more than half of Utah’s growth over the past decade has come from racial and ethnic minorities, and nearly 25% of Utahns identify themselves that way. For example, the …

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Lloyd Pies Obituary (1935 – 2021) – Kaysville, UT

Lloyd Westley Pies September 18, 1935 – October 8, 2021 Our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Lloyd Westley Pies, 86, passed away peacefully of this life on October 8, 2021, surrounded by his family, after a courageous battle with cancer. Lloyd was born on September 18, 1935 in Milbank, …

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Ultramarathon runners share their experience of being caught in a blizzard

DAVIS COUNTY, Utah – Athletes and staff who competed in the DC Peaks Ultramarathon share how they managed to get to safety after encountering an unexpected blizzard. Between 4:30 a.m. and 5:30 a.m. on Saturday, more than 80 runners embarked on a 50 mile hike that can take between 8 …

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Better Business Bureau: How To Tell If Someone Has Stolen Your Identity News from Carson City, Nevada

Identity theft is stressful and can wreak havoc on your finances. It is important to recognize the signs early. The sooner you notice something is wrong, the faster you can take action to minimize the damage. BBB recommends the following tips to help you recognize the signs of identity theft …

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Rexburg owners honored to have their property become the site of a new temple

Shelley and John Hegsted’s 3,200 square foot home sits on a 100-acre plot of land across from Walmart in Rexburg, Idaho, and will become the site of a new temple. (Shelley Hegsted via EastIdahoNews) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes REXBURG, Idaho – Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of …

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Rules skiers and snowboarders should know before booking resort travel this year

Many of America’s best-known ski resorts don’t require a reservation to access the mountain this season, although owners are less in agreement with a host of other policies. Last season, with coronavirus vaccines not being available to many people until late winter, many ski resorts across the country pledged to …

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The American city to visit this winter (and no, it’s not on a coast)

Many Olympians call Park City home, including skier Lindsey Vonn who is often seen at Atticus Coffee (atticustea.com) and Java Cow (javacowparkcity.com) For the ice cream. The food scene here is impressive for a small town. Cross several continents in a few days between the gastronomic newcomer Courchevel Bistro (courchevelbistro.com), …

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Congress just put in place another debt ceiling showdown in December. Everything will probably be fine because neither side really wants to default.

President Joe Biden and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer. Drew Angerer / Getty Images The past two weeks have underscored one thing: both sides want to avoid defaulting on debt. When the debt ceiling expires in December, things will likely be fine, just like in October. Plus, the United States …

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Utah County Farmers Markets Offer More Than Produce

Utah County Farmers’ Markets have been packed with students, families and other community members since the summer of 2021. As they run through the end of October, the reasons people shop or simply visit the markets vary. (Brittany Allen) OREM – At the Orem Sunset Farmers Market, string lights twinkle …

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R&R Barbecue opens new restaurant in downtown Boise, Idaho

Restaurant marketing involves generous portions of hyperbole. Still, it’s hard not to raise eyebrows at the website touting our town’s latest chain invader, R&R BBQ: “… the best barbecue you’ve ever struck in the lips. “ Like, drop the sauce, right? Definitely an option – literally. More on that in …

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Kansas City’s five best barbecue joints

“Get Out There” is a new column for humans with itchy feet written by Paste contributor Blake Snow. While weird now, the trips are still worth it, especially to these open borders. When I was nine, my dad took me on an overnight trip to Kansas City. It was my …

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KeyBank Double SBA 7 (a) Lendi

CLEVELAND, October 7, 2021 CLEVELAND, October 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – KeyBank today announced that it has granted 947 loans for a total of $ 434 million in the SBA’s 2021 fiscal year, more than doubling its number of individual small business unit loan approvals from 2020. The volume …

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Restaurants spend big on improved alfresco dining with faster service and elaborate winter decor

Restaurant owners say they are better prepared this winter for the mass of pandemic-weary diners who still want an al fresco option. A year ago, restaurants rounded up makeshift tents, finicky propane heaters, and utilitarian patio furniture. Guests showed up, but even some who were hungry for a safe way …

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Biden’s approval rating drops to new low, poll finds

through: Alix martichoux, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Oct 7, 2021 / 6:47 AM MDT / Update: Oct 7, 2021 / 6:47 AM MDT In this September 24, 2021 photo, President Joe Biden listens during the Quad Summit in the East Room of the White House. (AP Photo / Evan Vucci) …

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Utah Red Cross Needs Support

Friday 08 October 2021 Courtesy photo / Red Cross + Expand A Red Cross volunteer distributes food to a woman after a disaster in her local community. By Linda Petersen Intermountain Catholic SALT LAKE CITY – With the ongoing pandemic and frequent natural disasters across the country in recent months, …

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Committee vying to bring Olympics back to Utah to meet IOC next month

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – The next step in bringing the future Olympics back to Utah is expected to be over 5,000 miles next month. Members of the Salt Lake City-Utah Games Committee, led by President and CEO Fraser Bullock and Bid Chairperson Catherine Raney Norman, will travel to Lausanne, …

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The Ultimate Guide to Cedar City’s Favorite Fall Events, Activities and Fun

(Good Things Utah) – Cedar City probably isn’t the first destination on your list to visit, but most people aren’t sure how much there is to offer. Maria Twitchell, Executive Director of Visit Cedar City Brian Head, or better known as the “Cedar City Travel Guru,” gave Nicea and Reagan …

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Business in Brief: 10/06/21 | Business

Fundamental HR workshop TRAVERSE CITY – The Northwestern Michigan Region Small Business Development Center and Northwestern Michigan College Extended Education Services are co-sponsoring a human resources workshop on October 7. Annie Olds, SBDC Regional Director and Business Consultant, leads the workshop from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in room 209 …

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Representative Albrecht provides update on legislation

By representative Carl Albrecht, District 70 Electoral redistribution The legislative redistribution committee has been busy at work, traveling across the state to gather feedback and review maps. Be sure to submit your own maps for review using the state of the art drawing tool available at https://redistricting.utah.gov/maps/. The Legislature will …

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Rapid innovation by farmers in Utah has brought fresh food to millions of people, now they need our help

(Good Things Utah) – Agricultural innovation is a big topic right now and it concerns food security, water management, and conservation throughout Utah. What role are farmers playing in all of this and what have they already done to advance the interests of our local food economy? The answer… everything. …

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New report shows Utah’s gender pay gap hasn’t changed in four years

LOGAN, Utah – The gender pay gap in Utah generally ranks among the highest in the country. A new report from the Utah Women & Leadership Project at Utah State University shows little is changing. “Unfortunately, with our pay gap, not much has changed,” UWLP director Susan Madsen told ABC4. …

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SBA Loan Deadline Approaches Due to Drought

The US Small Business Administration is reminding small non-farm businesses in 64 counties, including Grand, to apply for a federal disaster loan from the SBA by the Nov. 5 deadline. Midwest Director of Disaster Field Operations Tanya Garfield said in a statement that 64 counties in Colorado and neighboring counties …

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Gary Tang Obituary (1941 – 2021) – Salt Lake City, UT

Gary Tang August 29, 1941 – September 21, 2021 Salt Lake City, Utah — Gary Tang (our “Papa Tang”) joined his beloved granddaughter Jessica Ward and the love of his life Marilyn Millet Tang (just two weeks to the day after her passing), in a eternal peace on September 29. …

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Crack Shack and Via 313 Pizzeria will open next to each other in RiNo

RiNo is going to need a bigger belt. San Diego-based fried chicken chain The Crack Shack and Via 313 Pizzeria – an Austin-based Detroit-style pizza brand – are heading to the neighborhood. The two restaurants plan to open in August 2022 next to each other at 2801 Walnut Street. The …

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Files show slow response to report of California oil spill – ABC4 Utah

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (AP) – The United States Coast Guard received the first report of a possible oil spill off the southern California coast more than 12 hours before a company reported the major leak in its pipeline and that a clean-up effort be initiated, according to the records. . …

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Utah Reports 3,300 COVID Cases, 8 Deaths Over Weekend

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah Department of Health said on Monday that eight more Utahns had died from COVID-19 and that 3,300 residents had tested positive for the virus over the weekend. The UDOH broke down this number of cases as follows: 01/10: 1,369 cases 02/10: 1,082 cases 10/3: …

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Small Business Development Center bids farewell to Lennart Erickson – St George News

ST. GEORGE – The Southern Utah Small Business Development Center bade farewell to its director, Lennart Erickson, on Wednesday morning. Left to Right: Len Erickson and Dixie Technical College President Kelle Stephens walk arm in arm to cut the ribbon to celebrate the launch of the Dixie Business Alliance, St. …

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Collaboration – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

I generally try not to be political in this column. However, two of my favorite senators went rafting together last week and I think it is worth noting. Mitt Romney (Utah, Republican) and Michael Bennet (Colorado, Democrat) took an unusual crew down the Colorado River. They packed 2 rafts with …

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The Illini men’s basketball buzz – and the business – is already flowing in CU | Economy

CHAMPAIGN – Associate director of ticketing, sales and customer service for track and field Illini watched last year’s men’s basketball team have a dream season in a hollowed out State Farm Center. This year, the possibility that Jason Heggemeyer will still be able to hear players’ chatter or footsteps during …

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Location and change in environment affect rates of depression and anxiety – The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah’s physical location attracts hikers, skiers and outdoor enthusiasts, but also a group of environmental activists concerned about saving their places of life from climate change. According to professors and students, the current environment and how it evolves can affect mental health and rates of depression, anxiety …

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COVID-19 has environmental takeaways – The Daily Utah Chronicle

COVID-19, while catastrophic and disruptive in many ways, has forced the world to dramatically change its ways. The protocols of the COVID era have given us insight into our relationship and our dependence on the environment. More importantly, it has shown us that there is a lot we can do …

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Spending Fall Vacation Alternatively, Bennion Center’s Alt Breaks Stay Local – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Some students will spend their fall vacation a little differently. They can learn about the housing crisis, raise awareness about immigration, or participate in environmental conservation projects, all offered through the Bennion Center’s Alternative break program. “We call alternative breaks justice-based experiential learning opportunities,” said Grace Hymel, Alternative Breaks coordinator. …

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Coal resources in the Uinta basin could be used for electronics and renewable energy products

Coal has always been an important resource and an economic engine in northeast Utah. Now researchers at the University of Utah are studying alternative uses, as well as other critical mineral deposits near the Uinta Basin. They hope to find and transform the raw resources into materials that can be …

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Utah Jazz Analyst Holly Rowe Has New Theory on Michael Jordan’s ‘Flu Game’

The longtime sports reporter reveals on a podcast that a televised craft service table could be the source of one of the NBA Finals’ most famous performances. (Photo from related press kit) Chicago Bulls goalie Michael Jordan, shown in a 1997 game, has long criticized an allegedly contaminated pizza from …

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Memo sheds light on North Coast Railroad’s coal export plan

BY ANDREW GRAHAM A Utah state official and the leaders of two federally recognized tribal nations discussed in March the shipment of Rocky Mountain coal by rail along the northern California coast and its export. from Humboldt Bay, according to a recently revealed document that sheds additional light on the …

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Improving public lands does not require heavy machinery

The Salt Lake Tribune on September 19 included a commentary from Redge Johnson, director of the Utah Public Lands Policy Coordination Office, in which he wrote about the ecological challenges facing our public lands in Utah. As a member of the Conservation Corps, I belong to a community of young …

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Merck says experimental pill reduces worst effects of COVID-19 – ABC4 Utah

through: MATTHEW PERRONE, Associate Press Posted: Oct 1, 2021 / 04:11 AM MDT / Update: Oct 1, 2021 / 04:11 AM MDT WASHINGTON (AP) – Merck & Co. said on Friday that its experimental COVID-19 pill was halving hospitalizations and deaths among people recently infected with the coronavirus and that …

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Ironman 70.3 World Championship Generates Nearly $ 18 Million Direct Economic Impact For Washington County

Pro female winner Lucy Charles-Barclay and pro male winner Gustav Iden at the finish line of the Ironman 70.3 World Championship in St. George on September 18th. The economic impact of the race will reverberate throughout Washington County in the months to come. (Jeff Richards, St. George News) ST. GEORGE …

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How two brothers from a small coal mining town built the main solar platform

LEHI, UTAH, United States, September 30, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The story of one of the country’s major solar rigs begins ironically in a small mining town of Colstrip, Montana. Brothers and co-founders, Will (CEO) and Dave Anderson (CMO) were brought up in the face of the reality of the energy …

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On his way to Logan for BYU Football in Utah State

Hopefully not. 13 BYU Football will have a good representation from Cougar fans at the ever-hostile Maverik Stadium as they face the Utah State Aggies on Friday night. Mary’s longtime friend Jenna Dye and her husband Jeremy have lived in Logan for nine years and were kind enough to share …

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Customer Opinion: Responding effectively to climate change | News, Sports, Jobs

Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo Smoke from wildfires lingers in the air as living trees and those scorched by wildfires blend together, as seen from the Mount Nebo Scenic Drive in southern Utah County, the Monday, October 5, 2020 (Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo) In the face of …

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Utah’s booming population, impacts of aging infrastructure on air pollution are a growing concern

As part of Utah’s 5th Annual Climate Week, panelists met after the premiere of a local documentary to discuss air pollution on Tuesday. (Mark Wetzel, KSL) SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Senator Derek Kitchen raised ‘red flags’ regarding the future of the state’s air quality during a panel following the …

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Joyce Gunter Jensen | News, Sports, Jobs

“Together forever” August 26, 1931 – September 26, 2021 Our loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother passed away peacefully on Sunday, September 26, 2021 and found her eternal companion. Joyce was a selfless, gracious and resilient woman who always put the needs of others before her own. She was born …

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Will and Jada Pinkett Smith buy new $ 11.3 million love nest “in the sky”

Will and Jada Pinkett Smith are likely to jostle, to shake the room in their new love nest. The married couple shelled out $ 11.3 million for a 10,400 square foot estate in Hidden Hills, Calif., Which they can now add to their growing real estate portfolio. The gated community …

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Localz only | Restaurant Reviews | Salt lake city

I’ve been visiting the neighborhood food pubs a bit more lately, and I think cities should do more to cultivate this kind of establishment purely for the potential of dating. To take Bistro Localz (1850 E. 9400 Sud, 801-432-7604, localzbistro.com) for example. It hasn’t even been open for a year, …

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Reviews | Voters wanted a fair redistribution. They can get Gerrymandering instead.

Democracy has been tested this year by conflicting voting and election administration laws in states like Georgia and Texas. But these are not the only state actions that are straining our democracy. From Arizona in 2000 to California, Michigan, Colorado, Missouri, Utah and Virginia since then, voters have taken it …

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Explore Navajo Nation Parks – Cowboy Lifestyle Network

The Navajo Nation Reservation is an extraordinary place as it spans over 25,000 miles and covers more than four states: New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and Arizona. Come experience the breathtaking views of what Navajo National Parks have to offer. View on Tseyi – Photo credit: Navajo Nation & Recreation Facebook …

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St. George continues to grow as water officials try to keep pace

ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC4) – The Washington County Water Conservancy District is completing several projects to keep pace with its growth. “Some projects we kind of assumed we wouldn’t need for a while, like some water tanks specifically and the water treatment plant expansion, but due to the With growth …

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Proposed 741-acre Cottonwood resort runs out of water

A developer is looking to build a resort-style community with great waterways and other entertainment amenities on a 741-acre plot in Cottonwood. Cottonwood City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission heard a presentation of the proposed project in a special joint session on September 14, where they were invited …

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Memo shows Utah agency and 2 tribal involvement in North Coast coal export proposal

A Utah state official and the leaders of two federally recognized tribal nations discussed in March the shipment of Rocky Mountain coal by rail along the northern California coast and its export. from Humboldt Bay, according to a recently revealed document that sheds additional light on the parties involved in …

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A teddy bear gets a helping hand

Orphan cubs have a better chance of living, thanks to the combined efforts of Utah State University, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) and the National Center Predator Research Center USDA Wildlife Research. Each year, the Department of Wildlife Resources coordinates the relocation and rehabilitation of young bears who …

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Oil will be the world’s primary source of energy for decades

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) – As the nations of the world prepare to gather for another climate summit next month in Glasgow, the OPEC oil cartel recalls that it believes crude will continue to rise. be the main source of energy for decades, especially as the world’s less wealthy countries seek …

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Impossible Foods debuts Middle East with vegan beef in UAE

California-based food company Impossible Foods is making its Middle Eastern debut today with the launch of its plant-based Impossible Burger at a variety of restaurants in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The brand is distributed locally by Bidfood Middle East, which today makes Impossible’s vegan beef available to all local …

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Biden gets booster, urges unvaxxed to get dosed

CDC said 25% of eligible Americans had not received any doses by: Alexandra Limon Posted: Sep 27, 2021 / 3:05 PM MDT / Update: Sep 27, 2021 / 3:07 PM MDT WASHINGTON (Nexstar) – “I’m over 65,” President Joe Biden said with a laugh, as he publicly received his COVID-19 …

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September 27 to October 1, 2021: Calendar of Governor Spencer J. Cox and Lieutenant Governor Deidre M. Henderson

September 27, 2021 Tagged events Media access indicate that an event is open to the media. Tagged events Media availability indicated that an event is open to the media and that a media question and answer session is scheduled. Please note that if a Remote Surge Day is called, the …

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Salt Lake Chamber: Business Talk: IMpact Utah

Here’s Derek Miller talking about business. Top performing leaders know it pays to plan ahead and focus on improving their business. We are fortunate to have a non-profit organization to help our businesses in Utah do just that. Here’s Winthrop Jeanfreau, Executive Director of iMpact Utah, to tell us how. …

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Talk and Cheer: Crowds Feast on BBQ at Ware Shoals | New

The barbecue usually brings people out. Rick Holland was prophetic as he spoke of his hopes for the Catfish Feastival’s inaugural barbecue festival Friday and Saturday at Ware Shoals. People flocked all day and evening, and the downtown square was packed. Craft vendors and carnival rides drew their fair share …

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We must move to a clean energy economy without leaving rural communities behind

Chris Detrick | Salt Lake Tribune solar panels atop the Salt Lake City Public Safety building. By Steve Glaser | The public forum | September 26, 2021, 3:20 p.m. Some in our legislature are rightly concerned that President Biden’s move away from fossil fuels will shut down Utah’s coal mines …

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Utah football got the win it needed – but fumbles, injuries and other issues are piling up

After the week the University of Utah football program had, after the two games he had just lost, he needed a win. The Utes got the win they needed, an ugly, error-filled 24-13 decision against Washington State in which they survived seven trial and error. Some would argue that Utah …

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Utah’s # 2 employment rate in the country as Delta variant emerges – St George News

Image bank | Photo by Lorenzo de Pexels, St. George News ST. GEORGE – Utah’s August employment rate remains one of the best in the country. According to a summary released by the Utah Department of Workforce Services on September 17, the national unemployment rate was 5.2% in August. Meanwhile, …

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Weber State moves more than 60 ducks and geese from campus pond, cites safety concerns

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Weber State University (WSU) has safely moved more than 60 ducks and geese from the campus water pond. As the campus’s Ada Lindquist Plaza fountain was being drained, 30 ducks and 34 geese were rounded up with the help of the Wasatch Domestic Waterfowl Resource (WDWR), …

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Lincoln Property Co. sells Park 303 Phase I for record $ 186 million

GLENDALE, Ariz., September 16, 2021 – Less than a month after its completion, lead developer LPC Desert West has completed the sale of Phase I of 1.25 million square foot 303 Park in Glendale, Ariz., To BentallGreenOak, a major global real estate investment. management consultant and real estate service provider. …

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‘LuLaRich’ reveals hole in US economy

People who have heard of LuLaRoe have usually come across him for one of two reasons. Either someone they know tried to sell them the company’s stretch leggings and fit and flare dresses on Facebook, or they saw some of the cheery coverage of LuLaRoe’s very public disintegration as a …

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Grocery store shooter was a salesman, had no target – ABC4 Utah

COLLIERVILLE, Tennessee (AP) – A gunman who killed one and injured 14 others at a Tennessee grocery store did not appear to target anyone in particular as he lashed out in the building on a sunny Thursday afternoon , police said. The entire filming was completed within minutes when first …

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Dinosaurs are colossal beings that shaped our childhood. Psychologists Explain Why They Capture Children’s Hearts

James Kirkland bought his first dinosaur toy at the age of 5 in 1959. He remembers it like it was yesterday. He did not know then that his love of dinosaurs would lead him to a career as a paleontologist. From the day his father brought home a special gift …

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Some children are obsessed with dinosaurs. here’s why

He did not know then that his love of dinosaurs would lead him to a career as a paleontologist. From the day his father brought home a special gift for him – a dinosaur set – after a business trip, Kirkland has spent nearly 50 years traveling the world digging …

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You’re an Ironman, Utah – race moved to May, then back to Kona

A month after postponing the 2021 Ironman World Championship until February 5, 2022, Ironman officials changed course, deciding to move the event from Kailua-Kona to St. George, Utah. Ironman made the announcement Thursday morning in conjunction with officials from Grand Zion and St. George, Utah, as well as local and …

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Dinosaurs are colossal beings that shaped our childhood. Psychologists Explain Why They Capture Children’s Hearts | Health

James Kirkland bought his first dinosaur toy at the age of 5 in 1959. He remembers it like it was yesterday. He did not know then that his love of dinosaurs would lead him to a career as a paleontologist. From the day his father brought home a special gift …

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New York hospitals fear staff shortage as vaccine deadline draws near – ABC4 Utah

NEW YORK (AP) – Hospitals and nursing homes in New York are bracing for the possibility that a statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers could lead to shortages of staff when it comes into effect on Monday. Doctors and nurses – along with support staff like restaurant workers and …

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Why some missing women don’t get nationwide attention like Gabby Petito

SALT LAKE CITY – It’s easy to see why the mystery surrounding Gabby Petito’s disappearance and death has caught the nation’s attention. A young couple traveling the country, appearing regularly on social media in beautiful settings, seeming happy about their adventures. Then the video stream was gone, only the boyfriend …

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Ingredion and Batory Foods sign distribution agreement for 15 states

Ingredion Inc. (Westchester, IL) has signed a new strategic distribution agreement with Batory Foods (Rosemont, IL) which consolidates the reach of Ingredion’s distributors in the western and central Midwest. Batory Foods is now Ingredion’s authorized distributor of ingredient systems and solutions in 15 states: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, …

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Government insists there is “no shortage of fuel” as BP closes some courtyards

Drivers urged by government to ‘buy fuel as usual’ after truck driver shortage hits supplies (Nick Ansell / PA) (PA Archives) Drivers are invited by the Government to “buy fuel normally” after the shortage of truck drivers hit supplies. BP said a “handful” of its gas stations were closed due …

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Best Home Loan Provider – Orange County Register

1. California Bank & Trust Several locations; Calbanktrust.com California Bank & Trust has been helping Californians open the door to homeownership for almost 70 years and offers a full line of mortgage products. First-time home buyers, those just looking for a fresh start, those willing to refinance, downsize, or build …

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

Special report September 23, 2021 7:00 a.m. For travelers keen on spending time on the road off the super highways and for the homebody who is fine with an occasional special outing, there are great culinary rewards for their troubles. (Here is a list of must-see restaurants in each state..) …

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Drought in southwestern United States, worst in century, linked by NOAA to climate change

During the same period, from January 2020 to August 2021, the region also experienced the third highest daily average temperatures measured since record keeping began in the late 19th century, according to the Drought Task of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Obligate. Reuters reports that the study warned …

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