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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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Liquor bills pass as Utah lawmakers rush to end legislative session

SALT LAKE CITY — With Utah’s current legislative session set to end Friday, lawmakers were busy in the House and Senate with a variety of bills: WINE CLUB OF THE MONTH The Legislature has approved a bill allowing “Wine of the Month” club memberships in Utah, but there’s a catch: …

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Poll: Utahns mixed on state of economy amid inflation worries

When it comes to the current state of the economy, it turns out that Utahans are far more optimistic about what’s happening in their home state compared to the rest of the country. But opinions are almost evenly divided on the actual performance of the local economy. A new statewide …

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GBank Financial Holdings Inc. is pleased to share the press release from BankCard Services, LLC welcoming Wagr as a new cashless gaming customer

LA VEGAS, February 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — GBank Financial Holdings Inc. (“GBank” or the “Company”) (OTCQX: GBFH), the parent company of Bank of George (the “Bank”), is pleased to share the press release of Bank Card Services, LLC (“BCS”), a technology company that enables financial institutions to participate in cashless …

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UVU: Ambassador Discusses ‘New World Order’ at UVU Lectures | News, Sports, Jobs

Ambassador Frank Wisner speaks at an event at the Bingham Gallery on the Utah Valley University campus in Orem on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022. University President Astrid Tuminez, left , listen to his presentation. Ambassador Frank Wisner speaks at an event at the Bingham Gallery …

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Wyoming House speaker backs new bill to decriminalize marijuana

A Republican lawmaker in Missouri on Tuesday unveiled a bill to tax and regulate adult-use marijuana in the state. It would provide delisting opportunities, authorize social consumption facilities, and allow cannabis businesses to claim tax deductions from the state. Rep. Ron Hicks (R) filed the omnibus legislation, titled the “Cannabis …

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Biden’s approval rating: How Utah voters feel

President Joe Biden fares slightly better in the latest Deseret News/Hinckley Institute poll among Utah voters as he enters his second year in office after a rocky first. The new poll found 37% of Utahns approved of the president’s job performance, while 57% disapproved. Another 7% don’t know. This makes …

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Top news from Utah in 2021

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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WASHINGTON FEDERAL INC. Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Position and Operating Results (Form 10-K)

This discussion should be read in conjunction with our Consolidated Financial Statements and related notes in "Item 8. Financial Statements and Supplementary Data" of this report. In the following discussion, unless otherwise noted, references to increases or decreases in average balances in items of income and expense for a particular …

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Vermont and NH get more than $ 3 million to help rural communities rebuild and grow

Vermont Business Magazine U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Under Secretary of Rural Development Xochitl Torres Small today announced that USDA is investing $ 222 million to build and improve critical community facilities in 44 states, in Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico. This community infrastructure funding will benefit nearly …

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COVID-19 vaccination rates slowly climb in southwest Utah

The rate of people vaccinated against COVID-19 in southwest Utah continues to climb, but slowly, with the percentage of people who received at least one injection ultimately topping 50% over the past week in the Washington County. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 79,489 people, …

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GLADSTONE COMMERCIAL CORP Management Report and Analysis of Financial Position and Results of Operations (Form 10-Q)

All statements contained herein, other than historical facts, may constitute "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "Exchange Act"). These statements may relate to, among other things, future …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Fall could relieve house hunters of more than the heat | Smart change: personal finance

Leslie Cook Better to redefine the homeownership process. Experience a simple online mortgage process with no commissions or lender fees and 24/7 support. After more than a year of scorching home sales, the real estate market is finally showing signs of slowing. The end of summer brought more new inventory, …

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Purple brings comfort to Georgia

Uit is home to a myriad of successful businesses, many of which specialize in innovation and technology. Purple Innovation, a leader in comfort technology that includes its award-winning mattresses, is firmly anchored here in Silicon Slopes and is expanding its presence across the United States. As one of Utah’s fastest …

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Salt Lake City is one of the biggest winners of the past decade

Sep 18, 2021 Salt lake city “IT PROTECTED LINKS behind its mountains of ramparts, sheltered from physical and intellectual storms on both coasts, ”Wallace Stegner wrote of Salt Lake City. The novelist associated his adopted hometown, where he spent much of the 1920s and 1930s, with an “isolationism” and “provincialism” …

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California Lawmakers Send Hospitals Cannabis Bill To Government (Newsletter: September 13, 2021)

Medical Marijuana Voting Measures in BN Filed; MN House poll shows growing support for legalization; ME’s record cannabis sales Subscribe to receive the Marijuana Moment newsletter delivered to your inbox every morning of the week. It’s the best way to find out which cannabis stories are shaping the day. Your …

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Kentucky Governor Convenes Special Session on COVID-19 Management – ABC4 Utah

FRANKFURT, Ky. (AP) – Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear on Saturday announced he is calling the Kentucky Republican-led legislature for a special session to shape pandemic policies as the state grapples with an increase record number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. The return of lawmakers to the State Capitol begins Tuesday …

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Sun Devils hope to speed up stadium entry time with fully digital ticketing

(Photo: Sun Devil Athletics) In 2019, many fans in the state of Arizona felt frustrated with the headache of waiting for a long time. ticketing and metal detection lines for enter the Sun Devil Stadium. With fans returning for the 2021 season, ASU has implemented new methods and technologies in …

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Ohio unemployment recovery after pandemic ranks in the middle – News-Herald

(The Center Square) – Ohio continues to rank among the states in recovering unemployment as the country continues to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study. Ohio ranked 27th in the country in the study by WalletHub, a personal finance website that used five key metrics to compare …

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Space Symposium: Catalyst Campus Has Big Growth Plans, Including Nationwide Expansion | Business

Six years after turning an old, near-vacant train station into a hub for space and tech startups, Kevin O’Neil has even more ambitious plans for his Catalyst Campus business park. Construction is slated to begin early next year on a sixth office building in the 12-acre business park on the …

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GOP warns against passing infrastructure bill, key test for Biden agenda

Senator Mitt Romney is among Republicans calling for a postponement of the vote on infrastructure. Informal talks could continue if the Senate votes against the indoor debate on Wednesday. Senator Chuck Schumer organized the vote because the legislative calendar is busy. WASHINGTON – The odds of a bipartisan infrastructure bill …

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Come to the Carbon Corridor for music, arts, crafts and more this summer

As it all reopens, one of the things people are most excited about is the return of live music. Getting together with loved ones and new friends and enjoying the summer sun, what more could you ask for? There is nothing quite like basking in the sun while listening to …

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Bidens will host a barbecue on July 4 on the South Lawn of the White House

President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will welcome 1,000 essential workers and military family members to the White House on Sunday for a barbecue on the South Lawn in celebration of July 4. The celebration takes place despite Biden failing to meet his stated goal of getting 70% of …

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White House roasted for claiming 4th of July barbecue will be 16 cents cheaper this year

WASHINGTON, DC (WTVO) – The Biden administration fireworks set on Thursday with a tweet that bragged about the July 4th barbecues will be 16 cents cheaper this year. The White House tweeted that the cost of a barbecue was down 16 cents in 2021, compared to 2020. “Planning a barbecue …

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Building New Mexico’s outdoor economy

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – Ryan and Cody Dudgeon both grew up in northwestern New Mexico. The two left for greener pastures in Missoula, MT. But after working as river guides in Montana and Idaho for 14 years, the married couple came to see the rivers that run through their homes …

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Utah tops list of best US cities to start a small business, New Jersey ranks among worst: WalletHub

Six of the 10 Best Small Towns in America to Start a Business small business are in Utah, financial Wallethub website review and review found in an April 20 report. Wallethub compared over 1,300 U.S. small cities to determine which one would best promote small business growth based on 20 …

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Maine Ranked Among Best Small Towns In America For Starting A Business

Maine addresses feature prominently on a recently released national list of the best small towns in which to start a business. Bangor was No. 2 among the best cities in the Northeastern United States and Portland No. 3, both narrowly edged by Ithaca, NY, in the analysis of financial site …

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Washington Co. School District Joins Campaign to Prevent Suicide in Utah

WASATCH, Utah (ABC4) – This month, the Wasatch County School District is partnering with Live On in hopes of raising awareness about suicide prevention. To further advocate, the district will host various events that will be available to the entire Utah community. Research shows that the potential mental health effects …

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The stage is set for Romney to act on climate change

My future and that of the planet depend on it. (Screenshot via Grabien) Senator Mitt Romney appears on “Meet the Press” on December 20, 2020. By Aarushi Verma | Special at The Tribune | April 16, 2021, 4:30 p.m. Our growing clean energy economy – like much of the global …

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Utah could be weeks away from lifting COVID-19 restrictions

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah could be weeks away from lifting long-standing health restrictions put in place by the COVID-19 pandemic. The law project, dubbed the “COVID-19 endgame”, will begin to end public health orders once the state meets certain criteria for virus cases, hospitalizations and vaccinations. Right now, the …

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A look at Governor Cox’s progress during his first 100 days in office

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – It’s been 100 days since Spencer J. Cox took office as 18e Governor of Utah. “I think the Governor and Lieutenant Governor could not be happier,” Governor Cox Director of Communications Jennifer Napier-Pearce told ABC4. “Obviously, COVID-19 is our top priority and it took a …

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Utah business owners grapple with staff shortage despite higher employment rate

HURRICANE, Utah (ABC4) – In southern Utah, several service business owners tell ABC4 they’re struggling to keep up with the spring break crows and are experiencing a staff shortage. Yet officials from the state’s Department of Manpower Services say there has in fact been an increase in this sector of …

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Utah truck driver pleads guilty to paying bribes

[Stay on top of transportation news: Get TTNews in your inbox.] A Utah man pleaded guilty to paying $ 490,000 in bribes between 2012 and 2019 in order to direct $ 24 million in business to the trucking operations he founded. Hubert Ugarte, 52, of Draper, Utah, also earlier this …

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Cache Valley Bank senior vice president bids farewell after 44 years serving southern Utah

Composite image. Background photo of the Tabernacle branch of Cache Valley Bank in St. George, Utah, date unspecified. Inset image of Sheldon T. Banks, outgoing senior vice president of Cache Valley Bank, date and location unspecified | Photo courtesy of Cache Valley Bank, St. George News CONTRIBUTED CONTENT – After …

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COVID-19 PPP loan applications due March 31

WINDOW ROCK, Arizona. The American Rescue Plan Act, which was enacted last week, invested an additional $ 7.5 billion in the popular Paycheck Protection Program, including expanding eligibility to nonprofits and digital news services. But time is running out to apply. Applications must be submitted by March 31, when the …

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Three young Secaucus charged with CARES Act fraud: police

SECAUCUS, NJ — According to Secaucus police, two town youths fraudulently applied for three separate CARES Act loans on behalf of fabricated businesses, ranging from agricultural businesses to a marketing company. Adam Rodriguez, 22, and Madison Sedell, 19, pictured above, made the fake loan applications in 2020, Secaucus police allege. …

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Los Angeles dance companies go virtual to survive coronavirus

For 35 years, choreographer Heidi Duckler has faced the unique challenges of creating work in non-traditional spaces in Los Angeles, including churches, underpasses and laundromats. After the COVID-19 pandemic, Duckler was at Zoom meetings discussing ways to keep staff, company artists, and the community engaged. She pondered the possibilities of …

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Critic launches world’s smallest online wine store, with favorite bottles under £15

Monthly selection of wines from the smallest online wine merchant in the world Alvin Caudwell Renowned British food and wine critic William Sitwell launched the world’s smallest online wine store in autumn 2020, with a monthly changing selection of his favorite wines. The wines of the William house aims to …

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New relief measures coming for Portland small businesses and low-income households

UPDATE (11:50 AM): On Monday, Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler held a press conference officially announcing the relief measures. Nominations opened Monday morning for city applications Small Business Relief Fund. They will end on Wednesday and grant recipients will be selected by next Tuesday. Seven banks also joined in, pledging more …

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Trafficking and domestic violence increased due to coronavirus lockdown, parliamentary panel finds

the coronavirus-induced lockdown has led to an upsurge in cases of domestic violence and trafficking, a parliamentary panel said in its report, tabled on Monday. The report of Parliament’s Home Affairs Standing Committee, which is headed by Congressman Rajya Sabha MP Anand Sharma, recommended that cash transfers and the moratorium …

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How luxury fashion and lifestyle brands can leverage technology in 2021

LONDON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 17: Model walks the runway in Burberry fall / winter ready-to-wear … [+] Fashion show 2020-2021 during London Fashion Week on February 17, 2020 in London, England. (Photo by Victor VIRGILE / Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images) Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Over time, it becomes more evident …

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Sensorion obtains 3 million euros in loans, including 2 million euros guaranteed by the French government (PGE) and 1 million euros of RDI loan via Bpifrance

October 15, 2020 05:30 UTC MONTPELLIER, France – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Regulatory News: Sensorion (Paris: ALSEN) (FR0012596468 – ALSEN) a pioneering clinical-stage biotechnology company specializing in the development of new therapies to restore, treat and prevent hearing disorders, announces the signing of an agreement with three banks for a loan …

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July home sales skyrocket as prices continue to climb

The real estate market is on fire and sellers are winning. But what about the buyers? If you read the news, you will see that mortgage rates are historically low today. Yet many potential buyers find it difficult to purchase a property for one key reason: Home prices keep skyrocketing. …

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Faced with COVID-19, AT&T aligns $ 5.5 billion loan, claims supply chain

AT&T took some action on Tuesday to assure customers and investors that all was relatively well in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. The phone company said it had a $ 5.5 billion term loan deal with 12 banks and its supply chain was in good shape. “Over the past …

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With 21% short selling, don’t buy stocks in YRC Worldwide

KIEV, UKRAINE – 2019/01/07: In this photo the logo of the company YRC Worldwide Holding seen … [+] displayed on a smartphone. (Photo illustration by Igor Golovniov / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images) LightRocket via Getty Images LTL carrier YRC Worldwide received a $ 700 million loan from …

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What to do if you are going to miss a mortgage payment during COVID-19

More than 30 million Americans remain unemployed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into August, and many are now starting to feel the financial pressure. The $ 600 weekly unemployment increase, designed to replace the full income of an average worker before COVID, expired in late July. Congress is likely to …

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District 4 supervisors’ race money explodes to nearly $ 1 million – Monterey Herald

SALINAS – With less than a month to go for the start of the postal ballot and less than two months to the Nov. 3 election, the District 4 Supervisors’ Race is approaching $ 1 million in combined campaign fundraising, close to double what was collected in the 2016 race. …

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Telangana’s 2021 budget was born out of hope more than math – the New Indian Express

Express news service HYDERABAD: In short, Finance Minister T Harish Rao’s budget for 2021-22 was born out of hope rather than conviction. Better days are likely as the Covid-19 pandemic recedes and the possibility of cash registers ringing to meet the ever-increasing expectations of people – mainly farmers, disadvantaged sections …

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Big Ten could lose up to $ 1 billion in revenue without fall football

Health is priceless, but the decision to prioritize it was not made by the Big Ten. Cancellation of the college football season for the safety of student-athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic will cost Big Ten athletic departments more than $ 275 million in ticket sales and could reach $ 1 …

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FIRST KEY STONE: MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-K)

The purpose of Management's Discussion and Analysis of First Keystone Corporation, a bank holding company (the "Corporation"), and its wholly owned subsidiary, First Keystone Community Bank (the "Bank"), is to assist the reader in reviewing the financial information presented and should be read in conjunction with the consolidated financial statements …

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OPERATION BBQ RELIEF ANNOUNCES SPORTING LEGEND MIKE GOLIC, SR. AS A NATIONAL SPEAKER

Operation BBQ Relief announces sports legend Mike Golic, Sr. as national spokesperson. KANSAS CITY, KS, USA, March 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Operation BBQ Relief, a non-profit disaster relief organization that supports communities by giving displaced residents and first responders hot meals when needed, is proud to announce sports legend Mike …

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