Rural Tourism

Access to Care: Though Summit County’s oncology services have evolved over the years, barriers and limitations remain

The percentage of Coloradans who do not have health insurance has decreased over the past 10 years, but the percentage of insured Coloradans who sought preventative care within a 12-month span has steadily hovered around 30%.Andrew Maciejewski/Summit Daily News This story is part of the 2022 Longevity series. View all stories here. When Joel Wexler …

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San Marino, Saudi Arabia to finalize cooperation agreement on tourism

Saudi ministry, HR fund sign deal to train 20,000 graduates through Tamheer program RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Municipal, Rural Affairs and Housing and the Human Resources Development Fund recently signed a memorandum of cooperation to train 20,000 male and female graduates in government institutions and companies through the on-the-job training program Tamheer during the …

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TVDP to mobilize socio-economic landscape across J&K – Kashmir Reader

181 villages to be rejuvenated by Mission Youth under this programme SRINAGAR: The initiative of Tourist Village Development Program (TVDP) has the potential and propensity to mobilize the diverse geographical and socio-economic landscape of entire Jammu and Kashmir.The ambitious program under Mission Youth initiative, which aims at developing 181 villages having distinction in terms of …

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North China’s largest freshwater lake reflects conservation benefits-Xinhua

* Weishan Lake, the largest freshwater lake in northern China, is also a hub of the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal — a world heritage site. However, local traditional industries used to cause serious pollution in the lake. * In contrast to the overdeveloped fishery in the past, the local government has developed a new model of …

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Eugene, Springfield city council Lane public hearing tax increases

Here’s a roundup of what local elected leaders will talk about during public meetings this week. Eugene City Council to watch: Meetings stream online at bit.ly/Eugene-meetings and broadcast on Comcast channel 21. To listen: Dial 1-971-247-1195 or 877-853-5257 and use the meeting ID and passcode. To attend: Council meetings are held in the Mary Spilde …

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Impact of Vision 2030 Initiatives on Saudi Cities highlights qualitative leap in all sectors

RIYADH — The exhibition of “Projects of Distinguished Cities during Reign of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques”, under the patronage of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman, held a plenary session entitled “Impact of Vision 2030 Initiatives on Saudi Cities” here. Minister of Tourism Ahmed Bin Aqeel Al-Khateeb; Minister of Environment, …

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North Central Washington Selected for Rural Tourism Support Program

Program developed to model sustainable tourism growth information released, file photo Four counties in North Central Washington will participate in the next Rural Tourism Support (RTS) program by State of Washington Tourism (SWT). The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) will serve as the lead for tourism stakeholders in Chelan, Grant, Douglas and Okanogan …

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Valley News – Jim Kenyon: Leveling the field

A 196-unit apartment complex in downtown Lebanon, a “farm outlet store” near Interstate 91 in Hartland and a cluster of “tiny homes” for tourists in Brownsville. The three proposed development projects in the news last week offer a window into how the Upper Valley’s landscape is changing, for better or worse. They’re also a reminder …

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