“A Matter of Representation” – CBS Denver

DENVER (CBS4) – Latinos and Latinas are the second largest ethnic group in Denver, but statistically very few go out to hike, trail, or just spend time outdoors. This week, groups and organizations are looking to change that and are teaching Latinos how to protect the environment. “There is something …

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No availability: Bozeman hotels full as the region experiences strong tourism | Economy

Hillary Folkvord has sought hotel reservations for upcoming Professional Bull Riding events in Big Sky. The only room available was going to $ 900 for the night. “Damn no, I’m not staying here for $ 900,” Folkvord said. Instead, Folkvord found a limo service that would take his group to …

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Some coastal water restrictions are lifted

Some outdoor water restrictions remain in place in Dover, while North Hampton and Rye are back to normal after much-needed rains that have moved the coast in the right direction regarding drought conditions. Heavy rains from Tropical Storm Elsa were used to displace Strafford County and York County in Maine …

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Business travelers fail to check in, slowing hotel industry recovery in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Business travel is an important factor in ensuring hotels do not recover quickly from the pandemic despite an increase in leisure travel. That’s according to the American Hotel and Lodging Association, which is hosting career fairs for the hospitality industry, including one in Nashville last week. …

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Business week: inflation, billionaires in space and more on the rise

What’s up? (July 11-17) Inflation peaks The government has signaled that a key measure of inflation in June rose at its fastest rate in 13 years, casting doubt on the White House’s claim that post-pandemic price increases are “transient.” The spike in inflation is clearly linked to the rapid reopening …

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Sydney woman unable to buy house with $ 93,000 in savings turns to mom and dad’s bank

Keiran Mannion had been saving since he was 14, but his $ 88,000 was not enough for a house in Sydney. Photo / Supplied Keiran Mannion has been saving for his own home since the age of 14 and landed his first job at McDonalds. During her university studies, she …

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The city must take advantage of tourism

From The Examiner during the week of July 12-17, 1971: • “THE COUNCIL PLANS TO REVIEW ALL THE SQUARE COUNTERS” – Independence Councilor Morris McQuinn requested that the parking situation be reviewed and that, if possible, all meters in the upper urban area be removed. The board approved the revision. …

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5 key takeaways from JPMorgan Chase second quarter results

JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM), the largest US bank by assets, kicked off the earnings season for the second quarter of the year, generating diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $ 3.78 for total revenue of nearly of $ 30.5 billion. EPS and earnings both exceeded analysts’ expectations, although JPMorgan also …

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Form 8-K Burlington Stores, Inc. To: July 12

6.2. Adjustment. In the event of an event of section 4.2, the adjustments provided for in section 4.2 (b) of the plan will be made to the number of ordinary shares subject to the option and the related exercise price, subject to section 409A of the Coded. . 6.3. Compliance …

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