COLUMN: Rethinking Lifestyle – From mitigation to adaptation

Change. We see rapid change all around us at every level: global, national, and local levels, as well as at sociological and technological levels. Everywhere we see massive and rapid change. Our overwhelming response to these rapid changes has been mitigation. We have tried and are trying to stop unwanted change, but it is not … Read more

Manitoba residential school survivors set Alberta course to see Pope

A group of residential school survivors from Indigenous communities served by the Archdiocese of Saint Boniface will travel to Alberta to see Pope Francis speak when he visits the Prairie province in late July. A total of 55 representatives, about seven from each community, will be selected by the chiefs and band councils from the … Read more

Reopening still uncertain for the popular Colorado Springs trail after rockslide | Lifestyle

A reopening is not in sight for one of Colorado Springs’ most popular trails, which closed after Memorial Day weekend due to a massive rockslide. Photos have since circulated showing a long, wide scar seen far away from the hillside above Palmer Trail, the loop known as Section 16 in the city’s southwest Bear Creek … Read more

Resort lifestyle within Kuala Lumpur city limits | Daily Express Online

Resort lifestyle within Kuala Lumpur city limits Published on: Thursday, June 16, 2022 By: Hayati Dzulkifli Text Size: Wong (right) and Vera showing thumbs up to promote the Bangsar Hill Park Phase 1 or Verdura to Sabah people. Kota Kinabalu: Sabahans who often travel to Kuala Lumpur for business or leisure should consider looking up … Read more

Utah home valuations jump, but watchdog group says expect modest increase in property taxes

Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes PROVO – Assessors across Utah are finishing up home valuations for upcoming property tax notices, and two counties are already reporting big increases in values. The Utah County Assessor’s office told KSL-TV that the average value of single-family residential properties jumped 35% over last year. “Besides the bubble of 2008, … Read more

‘I’m optimistic’: West Longview attracting new commercial businesses | Local

Good news often brings more good news when it comes to businesses deciding to locate in an area. It’s that reality that has Tem Carpenter, the Longview City Council’s District 1 representative, for West Longview, feeling “optimistic.” In his district, the Park Place shopping center, on Loop 281 west of Gilmer Road and across from … Read more

Bryan Quinn Memorial Golf Tournament benefits Because I Care | Lifestyle

Because I Care, a nonprofit organization that recruits potential stem cell or marrow donors for the Be the Match Registry, hosted its 27th annual Bryan Quinn Memorial Golf Tournament on June 3 at Wood Hollow Golf Course. Because I Care co-founder and board member Sharon Sanders said the tournament usually brings in between 85 to … Read more

‘It’s bitter … but sweet’: Beloved SLC business to relocate after 42 years near Trolley Square

The interior of Modern Displays in Salt Lake City. The family-owned business announced Thursday it is relocating to a bigger location in Murray after 42 years at its current location in Salt Lake City. (Modern Displays) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – It’s safe to say Modern Display has been a fixture … Read more

Buckley-based company buys Rantoul industrial building | Entrepreneurs

RANTOUL – A Buckley-based company has purchased a former Rantoul industrial building that formerly was used to manufacture auto parts. KCH Commercial Properties LLC, whose chairman is Kendall Hofer of Buckley, has purchased the former Engineered Plastic Components Corp. building and 10 acres of adjacent land. The building previously housed manufacturing operations for Rantoul Products. … Read more