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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Loveland Business Briefs for Sept. 17, 2017eligible. For more information, call 970-635-5931 or go to lovelandhousing.org.
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 4 days ago
eligible. For more information, call 970-635-5931 or go to lovelandhousing.org. • The Independent Electrical Contractors Rocky Mountain will host a career fair from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 28 at its training facility in Fort Collins, 912 Smithfield... Read more
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BC Local News
Council nixes proposed cardlockCity council has voted down a proposed cardlock that would clash with its visio
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
City council has voted down a proposed cardlock that would clash with its vision for Railtown. Rocky Mountain Energy had asked permission to build a cardlock at 45 Government Road, the site of a former cardlock run by Esso. The site has already... Read more
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Nelson Star
Council nixes proposed cardlockCity council has voted down a proposed cardlock that would clash with its visio
Nelson Star / Posted 7 days ago
City council has voted down a proposed cardlock that would clash with its vision for Railtown. Rocky Mountain Energy had asked permission to build a cardlock at 45 Government Road, the site of a former cardlock run by Esso. The site has already... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
New Deaver mayor Camp busy as projects nearnewly minted mayor of Deaver is helping lead three major projects in the commun
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
newly minted mayor of Deaver is helping lead three major projects in the community he serves. Camp, a longtime educator at Rocky Mountain Middle School, was elected to the town council in 2014 and was midway through his third year when mayor... Read more
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Boston Globe
Cruise ships elicit fear of paradise lost in Bar HarborBAR HARBOR, Maine — For more than a century, the view from the top of Cadillac
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
BAR HARBOR, Maine — For more than a century, the view from the top of Cadillac Mountain has drawn travelers to this remote and rocky, glacier-carved landscape. Looking down from 1,500 feet, they marvel at its natural beauty: the calm, flat blue of... Read more
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The Manila Times
Mandela’s grandson in PH for charity work
Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center in Manila (the official beneficiary of the M
The Manila Times / Posted 20 days ago
Jose Reyes Memorial Medical Center in Manila (the official beneficiary of the Miss World Philippines Organization); Fr. Rocky Evangelista’s Tuloy Foundation for abandoned and street children in Muntinlupa; the Philippine General Hospital’s... Read more
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Business Wire
Xcel Energy, Other Groups Unveil Colorado Energy PlanIndustries Association (COSEIA), Interwest Energy Alliance; Invenergy LLC; Sout
Business Wire / Posted 23 days ago
Industries Association (COSEIA), Interwest Energy Alliance; Invenergy LLC; Southwest Generation Operating Company, LLC; Rocky Mountain Environmental Labor Coalition and Colorado Building and Construction Trades Council, AFL-CIO (jointly,... Read more
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Whitecourt Star
Economic reports shows unemployment decreaseWhitecourt's unemployment rate is on the decline but vacancy rates are increasi
Whitecourt Star / Posted 24 days ago
Whitecourt's unemployment rate is on the decline but vacancy rates are increasing, according to the biannual Economic Development Committee Report discussed at council's Aug. 21 meeting. Whitecourt Mayor Maryann Chichak said the report was mostly... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Jackson Hole preparing for crowd like none othercommonly called Jackson Hole, has talked with college professors occasionally t
Summit Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
commonly called Jackson Hole, has talked with college professors occasionally through his career studying the nature of mountain resort towns. He was, for example, the town manager in Vail both during one of its days of glory, when the World... Read more
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Havre Daily News
Nathaniel Rick St. Pierre, Ph.D.school children in St. Paul-Minneapolis. Incidentally, that same 18' high balco
Havre Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
school children in St. Paul-Minneapolis. Incidentally, that same 18' high balcony served as Nate's one and only attempt at mountain climbing using a small cotton rope, unfortunately our climber fell when our rope broke from about 12' in the air. Of... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Aspen firm will provide 1 acre for Basalt river park, seeks approval for condo-hotelAn Aspen development firm says it will provide 1 acre of prime downtown land to
The Aspen Times / Posted 1 months ago
An Aspen development firm says it will provide 1 acre of prime downtown land to the town of Basalt for a park in return for approval of an 85,000-square-foot condominium hotel and associated commercial development. Lowe Enterprises also will... Read more

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