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PLANO, Texas – (June 12, 2019) – Two JCPenney salon stylists located in the Shops at South Town in Sandy, Utah, were recently awarded the Company’s highest distinction for salon performance and for their commitment to serving customers and driving results in 2018. The JCPenney Champions Award recognizes the top 10 percent of JCPenney salon professionals who earned the most business through hair, skin or nail services.

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Art Box Opens in August!

We are excited to announce our next tenant for The Monarch building as ART BOX, Ogden's favorite candle making & artist studio / gift boutique.

Art Box will remain open in its current location on 25th Street through the summer. Click the link below to learn more about about the exciting things you can expect from Art Box at The Monarch including artist demonstrations, workshops, private parties and more.
 

‘Socialist’ Nordic Countries Are Actually Moving Toward Private Health Care

Jun 14, 2019

 

Good morning from Washington. Today marks the 244th anniversary of the Army, and Lt. Gen. Tom Spoehr reminds us of its great history. Meanwhile, Dr. Kevin Pham unearths some surprising facts about how socialized medicine is really working out in Scandinavian countries. Plus: Fred Lucas on the departure of Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Hans von Spakovsky and Greg Walsh on why Oberlin College got what it deserved with the jury’s decision that it pay $44 million to a family bakery. Enjoy your weekend.

 

 

 

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1,200 Cyclists Will Ride 150 Miles Toward a World Free of MS

National MS Society’s Bike MS is the Largest Fundraising Bike Series in the World

 

Situational awareness - June 14, 2019

Situational awareness - June 14, 2019

Good morning from Salt Lake City and TGIF!

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This Weekend: MotoAmerica Superbikes!

How’s your weekend looking? Ours is looking FAST, since we have the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship racing on both Saturday and Sunday. If you love motorcycles, or if you just love RACING and have never personally witnessed a Superbike race, you need to get out here! Lots of family fun, good food, plus kart rentals! It’s going to be epic!

 

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We’re already 12 days into the “100 Deadliest Days of Summer” and the roads are heating up. During the months of June, July, and August, there are 26% more fatal car accidents involving teens, according to We Save Lives. Utah is no stranger to teen fatalities.

In the most recent data collected by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 28 Utah teen drivers (ages 16-20) died from a fatal car crash in 2017 (even one is too many).

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Firefighters Train at Scoular’s Ogden Facility

 

OGDEN, Utah (June 10, 2019) –- It can be a nightmare call for first responders: someone has collapsed or fallen, but they are trapped 120 feet above the ground. How can the emergency crews reach them in time and bring them to the ground safely?   

 

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June 13, 2019

 

CONTACT: Lee Lonsberry

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Defense Spending Authorization Passes Committee

Bishop Provisions Included

 

Mass Homelessness Exposes California’s Political Dysfunction

Jun 13, 2019

 

Good morning from Washington, a town crammed with the kind of elites Victor Davis Hanson ably eviscerates in his latest column. Across the fruited plain, California continues its streak of incompetence, and Washington State can’t let a Christian florist live and work in peace. Jarrett Stepman sighs over the former, and Alliance Defending Freedom’s John Bursch weighs in on the latter. Plus: Lauren Evans and Kelsey Bolar talk about women and socialism, and Daniel Davis interviews Ambassador Sam Brownback on the podcast.

 

 

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