After dire predictions of a $2 billion deficit only several months ago, state officials were stunned when they learned recently that there would be a projected surplus of nearly $140 million for the current fiscal year. Still, the state is facing projected deficits of more than $1 billion in each of the next two years, but those numbers could be reduced sharply with additional federal stimulus and direct state aid from the Democrat controlled Congress. Widespread vaccination, if implemented as officials hope, would also allow restaurants, bars and other businesses later this year to return to a relative level of normalcy..
In this Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, photo Lauren Ray pets her 9 month old dog Bear in her Milwaukee home. Ray says she is happy to hear Petco is announcing Tuesday, Nov. It seems like the idea of checking in to a location, restaurant or venue has become more of a mainstream activity thanks to Foursquare, Gowalla, Loopt and other location based services. Many of these services reward users with special badges or even coupons when they check in to a certain venue. Enter WeReward, which is launching at TechCrunch Disrupt today, which has a different take on the rewards system for check ins.
All new summer collections are available online. The colors are eye catching and never disappoint you. It will make you feel happy ad you can choose the perfect dress online. McAdams easily won this award but then narrowly lost his re election to Republican challenger Burgess Owens? Since 2018, the former Salt Lake County mayor served as Utah’s lone congressional Democrat, walking a “moderate” tightrope to keep those in his split District 4 happy. After he contracted COVID 19 in March of this year, he sounded the alarm for mask wearing caution. Here’s hoping McAdams has the chance to win this title again at some point in the future.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeCOLIN Hay doesn’t come from a land Down Under. He was born in Kilwinning and bred until the age of 14 in Saltcoats on the Ayrshire coast. Down Under went global between 1981 and 1983, making No1 in the UK, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Denmark, New Zealand and the US, where it sold two million copies alone.The album it appeared on, Business as Usual, also hit the top spot in the UK and the US and sold 15million copies.Now 63, Colin has always played the single in his solo set and he will do so again when he heads to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for a residency at the Gilded Balloon for the next fortnight.A singer playing their biggest hit should be no surprise but if he never played it again no one could blame him.It is two bars of music that have proved costly beyond belief.Not only did the legal proceedings cost in the region of $4.5million but Colin believes the stress of the case also contributed to the loss of his friend and fellow band member Greg Ham.Read MoreScots singer Colin Hay loses battle over No1 hit Down UnderHe said: “I don’t have a problem with Down Under the song at all because I know what happened I wrote the song.