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Lessons I Learned from My Heroine by Kathy Strobos – Guest Blog and Giveaway

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This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. Kathy Strobos will be awarding a $30 Amazon or Barnes and Noble GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour. Lessons I Learned from My Heroine One of the key messages I learned from my heroine was what she learns along the way as career (and dating) advice: “If you don’t ask, you’ve already got the no. You might as well ask and try to get the yes.” I can’t...

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2021 Red Bull Rampage | Finals Recap & Gallery

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PHOTO GALLERY 2021 RED BULL RAMPAGE FINALS Words & Photos by Ryan Cleek It’s been 20 years since the inaugural Red Bull Rampage took place in Virgin, Utah. Few could have predicted the impact that groundbreaking event would have on the sport of mountain biking. On Friday, October 15, the fifteenth Rampage took place (the event took a few years off, plus 2020 was well, you know…), and 15 of mountain biking’s most accomplished freeride athletes once again put their skills, both line building and riding, to the ultimate test. The Rampage has evolved from a loose and dusty skid-and-pray...

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How Utah plans to replace its state prison with a ‘world-class’ community

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The Utah State Prison, the headquarters of tech company Pluralsight and I-15 in Draper are pictured on Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2021. Once the prison relocates to its new site near the airport, the land will be redeveloped into The Point — a master planned “complete community.” | Spenser Heaps, Deseret News The Utah State Prison has locked up over 600 acres for 60 years — but that’s all about to change Draper Mayor Troy Walker was slightly out of breath after pedaling his e-bike about nine miles up some 2,200 feet of steep, winding dirt trails. He stopped at an...

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Man Stabbed To Death & Robbed Of E-Bike In Manhattan Was Reportedly Delivering Food

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The intersection of Chrystie and Hester streets. The incident occurred early Saturday morning in Manhattan's Chinatown. [ more › ]

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It’s Saturday Once More

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I've not had flowers on the table for a while but after the first frost on the car windscreen on Wednesday I brought in the last of the roses to enjoy for a few more days.   The weather was good for gardening on Monday and Tuesday and I was able to get all sorts of jobs done. So the sand that was under the slabs where I'm putting the 3 Minarette Apple trees has been put on the veg beds to be raked in later and  the weed suppressant membrane has gone.  Someone commented that the space half prepared for...

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