Hualapai Chairman Damon Clarke, right, urged the Senate Indian Affairs Committee to pass a bill that would expand his tribe’s access to water and improve infrastructure, much-needed help as drought causes the failure of wells. (Photo by Morgan Fischer/Cronkite News) WASHINGTON — Hualapai Chairman Damon Clarke told a Senate committeeRead More →

ROGERS — The school district will seek input from all of its stakeholders when developing a strategic plan, the district’s new superintendent said Tuesday. Jeff Perry took over as superintendent on July 1, replacing Marlin Berry, who retired. Perry had been a school principal in Hamblen County, Tennessee, for theRead More →

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GOVERNOR BILL WALKER BOWES TO PRESIDENT CHINO XI JINPING AS THE PRESIDENT’S AIR CHINA JET STOPS AT ANCHORAGE FOR REFUELING ON FRIDAY. (Note that this story has been updated to reflect that one person’s $100,000 donation did not come from a CNN reporter, although the Walker campaign financial report saysRead More →

The Town of Milton is considering establishing individual recreation funds for council members to fund community projects. The city held its first budget workshop on Saturday and discussed a forward-looking budget of $12.8 million for 2023, up from $11.3 million in 2022. Milton officials are considering using to again aRead More →

State regulators have approved Appalachian Power Co.’s latest plan to harness more solar and wind power with the goal of generating all carbon-free electricity for Virginia utility customers by 2050. It will cost Appalachia $32 million over the next rate year, the State Corporation Commission found. To cover utility expenses,Read More →

Dave Chappelle is an American comedian. He is well known for his series of satirical comedy sketches The Chappelle show, which lasted three years. The series lasted until David Chapelle decided to stop production midway through the third season. Recently, Chappelle was nominated for the Outstanding Variety Special for TheRead More →

Comment this story Comment For many people, summer is synonymous with the beach. But with hundreds of millions of Americans flocking to coastal areas every year, especially during months when the weather oscillates between balmy and sweltering, experts say such trips can contribute to the staggering effects of human activitiesRead More →

Saving for retirement takes effort and sacrifice, especially since most people will need hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars invested to provide enough income to supplement Social Security. Unfortunately, many workers pass up an opportunity to facilitate their savings efforts. This is because they are unaware of aRead More →

Charlotte, North Carolina, July 14. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, CLA Wealth Advisors (CliftonLarsonAllen Wealth Advisors, LLC), an SEC-registered investment adviser, announced that it has been selected as a 2021 Top DC Advisor Multi-Office Firm by the National Association of Diet Advisors (NAPA). NAPA’s fourth annual list was determined basedRead More →

Charlotte, North Carolina, July 14. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, CLA Wealth Advisors (CliftonLarsonAllen Wealth Advisors, LLC), an SEC-registered investment adviser, announced that it has been selected as a 2021 Top DC Advisor Multi-Office Firm by the National Association of Diet Advisors (NAPA). NAPA’s fourth annual list was determined basedRead More →

Before COVID-19, open-plan offices were on the rise. Facebook’s new headquarters in Menlo Park boasts the “world’s largest open floor plan”, for example. The obsession with the open-plan office, which probably peaked about ten years ago, was based on what I’ve called “collaboration bias” – the under-examined assumption that socialRead More →

NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Prime Minister Philip Davis has said he is committed to formalizing the National Development Plan, drafts of which were developed after extensive consultations with stakeholders under the last Christie administration. The PND is intended to be a comprehensive roadmap for the future of the country, which wouldRead More →

BELLEFONTAINE — A school district in Logan County plans to arm some of its teachers and staff. >>Mercer County Sheriff’s Office to Host Active Shooting Training The Benjamin Logan School Board on Monday approved training for school employees so people are prepared to arrest anyone with bad intentions. “Teachers, custodians,Read More →

Washington University in St. Louis has agreed to pay $7.5 million to resolve claims that it mismanaged employee pension plans. The settlement benefits individuals who were participants, beneficiaries or other beneficiaries of the Washington University Retirement Savings Plan in St. Louis between June 8, 2011 and March 31, 2022. WashingtonRead More →

A small group of South African farmers’ organizations are unhappy with the recently signed Agriculture and Agribusiness Master Plan (AAMP) and have decided to come up with their own ‘true agricultural master plan’. As work begins to push the official plan towards its goal of implementation, the Transvaal Agricultural UnionRead More →

Woodstock City Council approved a resolution at its meeting last week to include the 2019 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan in the city’s overall plan. The Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, adopted in June 2019, was created to foster the development of projects consistent with the streets, sidewalks, trails, shared-useRead More →

A dispute between the federal government and provinces over funding and other resources is slowing efforts to shift military police investigations and prosecutions of alleged sex crimes to civilian authorities. Defense Minister Anita Anand said last November that the Canadian Armed Forces would begin to transfer criminal sex offenses toRead More →

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–July 8, 2022– Empower, the nation’s second-largest retirement plan provider, 1 achieved $62 billion in retirement plan sales in 2022. The AAU figure represents funded and committed organic sales. As of June 30, 2022, Empower has won over 2,000 new client mandates. The company has added severalRead More →

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colorado–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Empower, the nation’s second-largest retirement plan provider,1 achieved $62 billion in pension plan sales in 2022. AUA figure represents funded and committed organic sales. As of June 30, 2022, Empower has won over 2,000 new client mandates. The company has added several large corporate and state plansRead More →

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Voya Financial, Inc. (NYSE: VOYA), the leading healthcare, wealth management and investment company, today announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Heather Lavallee, 52, currently Director (CEO) of Voya’s Wealth Solutions business, to succeed Rodney O. Martin, Jr., 70, as CEO of the company as part ofRead More →

On Tuesday evening, the Plymouth Planning Commission and Zoning Appeals Board heard member Fred Webster’s recommendation to introduce a stipend for members to attend meetings. Webster said that in recent years the Planning Commission has struggled to get enough members to attend a meeting to achieve a quorum. He saidRead More →

Avant-garde added a third robo-advisor offering, this one aimed at participants in employer-sponsored plans, according to Dispatches. The new platform, Vanguard Personal Advisor, is a discretionary advisory service available to “select defined contribution plans,” writes FA-IQ sister publication Ignites, citing a filing from last week and a spokesperson for theRead More →

Planning for water use in Colorado through 2050 has taken a new step with a draft Colorado Water Plan 2023, which is open for public comment until September 30. The plan is available on the Colorado Water Conservation Board website at https://cwcb.colorado.gov/colorado-water-plan, all 239 pages. The plan contains no quickRead More →

Silver is 50 years old! To celebrate, we’ve scoured decades of our print magazines to uncover hidden gems, fascinating stories, and vintage personal finance tips that have (surprisingly) stood the test of time. Throughout 2022, we’ll be sharing our favorite finds in Money Classic, a special limited-edition newsletter that comesRead More →

(Credit: FredFroese/Getty Images) A Virginia Lifeplan community will use a $23,750 local grant to train emergency responders and elder care providers on dementia behavior de-escalation practices while exposing its staff to what c is to live with dementia. Kendal in Lexington, affiliated with Kendal Corp., received the Rockbridge Community HealthRead More →