Churchill Downs Inc. chosen to build new casino and hotel in western Indiana community

The company that runs the Kentucky Derby has been chosen to take over the stalled project to build a casino in the city of Terre Haute, western Indiana. Members of the Indiana Gaming Commission voted Wednesday in favor of Churchill Downs Inc. companies that submitted proposals. The selection of Churchill …

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Toast to the YWCA update

VAN WERT – The Van Wert County YWCA made the difficult decision to cancel their in-person toast at the YWCA – which was scheduled for Friday, November 19. Due to the VWHS football game as well as concerns over a new wave of Covid cases they believed it was the …

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No reservation system has yet been created for a “special isolation hotel” that will accommodate most overseas arrivals

No reservation system has yet been put in place for the special isolation hotel to be established at the Treasure Hotel for arrivals from high risk countries or regions. “We are still preparing the hotel, we do not have more details at the moment nor a reservation link. This has …

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State awards nearly $ 7 million to housing local workforce – Explore Big Sky

By Bella Butler EBS STAFF HELENA – The Montana Board of Housing on November 15 awarded $ 6.49 million for a workforce housing project in Big Sky known as RiverView Apartments. In the grip of a housing crisis with far-reaching consequences, the management of the Big Sky Community Housing Trust, …

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Invitation to the Capital Markets Day of Eezy on 9.12.2021

Eezy Plc – Investor news – November 17, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. Invitation at Eezy Capital Markets Day 2021 Eezy invites investors, analysts and media representatives to attend its inaugural Capital Markets Day (CMD). The CMD will take place on Thursday, December 9, 2021 and the event will start at …

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Wild weather has mixed effect on tourism in British Columbia – BC News

Photo: DriveBC Flooding floods the Whatcom Road interchange in the Fraser Valley, blocking motorists | DriveBC Business owners in British Columbia’s tourism sector are thankful that the so-called Atmospheric River, which dumped up to 230mm of rain in parts of the province from November 13 to 15, arrived during its …

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Ryanair under fire: passengers face ‘onerous’ policy as travel agent sues low-cost airline

Ryanair has been a staple in the sky for decades, but is losing support from both trade and passengers due to its divisive booking policies. Yesterday, a travel official called operators continuing to work with the low cost airline “irresponsible”. Criticism comes as online travel agent (OTA) On the Beach …

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Two Arkansas men inflicted multiple STIs on girl after raping her

Two Arkansas men confessed to raping a 6-year-old girl after a hospital discovered she suffered from several sexually transmitted diseases. Demarcus George, 27, and Mario Waters, 33, admitted at a hearing in federal court in Little Rock last week that they had sexual contact with the little girl and were …

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As a sign of thawing tensions, Serbia opens trade office in Jerusalem

Sign of the rise of trade relations – and a possible restoration of political ties – Serbia inaugurated its innovation and trade office in Jerusalem last week. The move comes after months of Serbian anger after Israel became embroiled in an American effort to negotiate a bitter dispute in the …

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