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Beech Mountain Resort to Honor Late Community Member Through Fundraising Event | mountain time

Beech Mountain Resort will honor the late Kelly-Grier Costin at its annual Runs for Buns fundraising event to be held March 6-12. Kelly-Grier Costin, of Boone, died March 19, 2021, after a three-year journey with colon cancer. Born July 2, 1984, Kelly-Grier Costin grew up in Suffolk, Virginia. Baptized and …

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GGRAsia – Hann Casino and Resort in Clark Freeport opens Swissôtel

Hann Casino and Resort in Clark Freeport opens Swissôtel March 02, 2022 news desk Latest News, Philippines, Top of Page   Hann Casino and Resort located in Clark, Philippines, had a soft opening on Tuesday for 270 rooms (example pictured) of Swissôtel-branded accommodations. Also as of Tuesday, the Philippine …

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Police seize illegal timber used to build Phuket resort

PHUKET: Police from the Natural Resources and Environmental Crimes Enforcement Division raided and seized illegal timber found piled behind a resort near Laem Krathing, north of Nai Harn. The man who claimed to be the legal owner of the timber is asked to point to the seized illegal timber, which …

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Yankees introduce Rachel Balkovec as 1st female manager: 7 takeaways

This is not the end for Rachel Balkovec. Although Balkovec is thrilled to be the first woman to coach an MLB-affiliated baseball team full-time — she’ll coach the Low-A Tampa Tarpons for the Yankees — she has her sights set on a bigger job one day. Balkovec said she still …

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Margaritaville Resort Times Square named “Best New Hotel” in the US today

Margaritaville Resort Times Square, developed and owned by a real estate and investment company Properties of Soho, took top honors as “Best New Hotel” as part of USA Today’s Readers’ Choice 10 Best Awards. Named by a panel of industry experts and voted the winner by readers, the highly anticipated …

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Could Francisco Lindor’s Quarrel Lead Trade Negotiations With Jeff McNeil?

Mets second baseman Jeff McNeil. (Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports) Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews wish Chiefs fans a Merry Christmas by Mark Powell New York Mets buy Jeff McNeil super-utility on the trading block. Could his previous rivalry with Francisco Lindor be the source of this decision? McNeil is just …

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Mets have high hopes for Starling Marte, Mark Canha and Eduardo Escobar

The Sandy Aldersons and Billy Eppler Mets strive for a type: good guys who can move. After a season in which their depth failed them and their clubhouse perhaps failed as well, the three hitters they featured on Wednesday were all players who could help out on the field and …

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Dundonald on firm ground with new clubhouse as beloved PortaKabin makes way

Those of you passionate about the history of beloved and triumphant buildings will probably know that the Eiffel Tower was originally intended as a temporary exhibit when it began to shake in 1887. And watch it now? Always planted there as a majestic beacon for patriotism, resistance, romance and the …

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Blue Jays’ José Berríos officially signs extra time

The camaraderie of the clubhouse and the city of Toronto were big selling points for Berríos in his decision to sign an extension. (Photo by Vaughn Ridley / Getty Images) Two months in Toronto were enough for José Berríos to feel at home. The chemistry and camaraderie in the clubhouse, …

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Suntree’s New Clubhouse To Open Early This Year | New

The $ 7.5 million lodge project at Suntree Country Club is nearing completion. “We anticipate it will open at the start of the year,” said general manager Steve Lamontagne. A rolling creek bordered by a stone wall lines the rear of the new clubhouse, mirroring its predecessor in architecture and …

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Two ski resorts are preparing to open for the season

IRON MOUNTAIN & IRON RIVER, Mich. (WLUC) – As fall temperatures drop, Ski Brule in Iron County and Pine Mountain Ski and Golf Resort in Dickinson County are gearing up for winter. Both resorts are delighted to reopen, but this year is special for Ski Brule. “With all the COVID …

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Gaylord Opryland Resort to Fill 200+ Positions for Country Christmas

Gaylord Opryland Resort is now hiring over 200 Seasonal Special Event positions in preparation for its 38th Annual Christmas A Country Celebration. In addition, the resort is hiring for full or part time positions in the culinary, food and beverage, housekeeping, front desk and engineering departments. “The Gaylord Opryland Resort …

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Request a room! The seabird complex

Oceanside is polishing its SoCal oceanfront scene with a pair of new hotels. The northern County city of San Diego is a shorter drive from Los Angeles and is part of a charming chain of other laid-back coastal towns, such as Carlsbad and Encinitas. In addition to the necessary surfing …

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Indonesian and Thai hotels rethink the resort experience

PHUKET, Thailand – Hotel operators pretty much everywhere have struggled during the pandemic, but perhaps nowhere more than in the tourism-dependent economies of Southeast Asia. Their main clientele, cashed foreign tourists, was wiped off the map and eight out of 10 hotels in the region closed when COVID-19 began to …

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Wild Dunes Resort Promotes D’Angelo to Resort Manager | Business

John D’Angelo SUPPLIED Wild Dunes Resort, a “Destination by Hyatt Hotel” on the Isle of Palms, recently announced the promotion of John D’Angelo to the position of Resort Manager. D’Angelo’s promotion comes after serving as Wild Dunes Resort‘s Director of Resort Operations since November 2020. With over 20 years of …

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Jarred Kelenic debuts ‘brutal’ Umps and more

This week, Inside the Clubhouse takes a look at Jarred Kelenic’s highly anticipated debut, ‘brutal’ umps, options for Albert Pujols and more. The Seattle Mariners are calling out top prospect Jarred Kelenic – and there was no better time to do so than before their seven-game home stint against Cleveland …

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Pandemic puts the brakes on agriculture in British Columbia | New

Travel restrictions have excluded international backpackers who are typically a large seasonal labor pool for British Columbia orchards. Securing a workforce to pick British Columbia’s fruit crops is the next challenge presented to the province’s agriculture sector by the COVID-19 pandemic. Farmers have already faced delays in the arrival of …

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