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Jeri Darling Eckhardt

Jeri Darling Eckhardt, 89, Abiquiú, died Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021.Mrs. Eckhardt was born June 29, 1931.She lived in Abiquiú since 1994, when she and her late husband William moved from Santa Fe.

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Jeri Darling Eckhardt

Lacing up those skates: Ice skating at Pawnee Park now an option

Those wanting to partake in winter activities can still do so as ice skating is open at Pawnee Park in Columbus.Area residents and visitors can take advantage of the frozen body of water located near the City's water park.

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Lacing up those skates: Ice skating at Pawnee Park now an option

City planning to open Pawnee Plunge but will adjust if need be

The City of Columbus is planning for an open Pawnee Plunge water park this summer, Parks and Recreation Coordinator Betsy Eckhardt said. But if needed, the City will adjust, Eckhardt added. Currently, the Plunge and the Columbus Aquatic Center are hiring for lifeguards. She noted the City would follow guidelines for COVID protocols for public pools. “With our COVID-19 numbers going down and vaccinations starting to happen, hopefully we can get to some sort of normal,” Eckhardt said. There are around 40 positions

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City planning to open Pawnee Plunge but will adjust if need be

'Windy City Rehab' Star Donovan Eckhardt Files $2 Million Lawsuit Against HGTV

Windy City Rehab alum Donovan Eckhardt, has filed a $2.2 million lawsuit claiming defamation and emotional distress as a result of his portrayal in the HGTV show's second season. In a lawsuit obtained by PEOPLE against HGTV's parent company, Discovery Inc. and Windy City Rehab's production company, Big Table Media, the former business partner of Alison Victoria claimed the show was scripted and edited to make him seem like the "villain" to Victoria's victim. Victoria, an executive producer on the show, was not

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'Windy City Rehab' Star Donovan Eckhardt Files $2 Million Lawsuit Against HGTV

Safety concerns grow in Austin as the first day of the Texas legislative session dawns

Today is the opening day of the Texas legislative session. And after last week’s insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, security is a much bigger concern than it has been in recent memory. Lawmakers are having to consider what was unimaginable a week ago – that demonstrations outside the state Capitol could turn into something much worse. A pro-Trump rally is planned for today. One group participating is demanding “unfettered access ” to the Capitol as it has had in previous sessions. Former Travis

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Safety concerns grow in Austin as the first day of the Texas legislative session dawns

How to safely let your pup enjoy chew toys

Chewing on objects is a natural behavior for dogs, but as Bixby’s guardian learned, it’s important to watch dogs during their chew time. When Mill Valley resident Sarah Eckhardt’s dog Bixby began acting a bit strangely, she wasn’t too worried. “She’s always had a bit of a sensitive stomach,” Eckhardt says. But soon it became apparent something was wrong. “After taking her to our vet, we ended up at the pet emergency hospital, where they confirmed she had a large mass in her GI tract and would

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How to safely let your pup enjoy chew toys

Report: State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt disputes ethics agency's rebuke for actions as Travis County judge

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct criticized Eckhardt for two incidents that occurred during her time as the Travis County judge. AUSTIN, Texas — A state ethics agency has admonished State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt for two incidents that occurred while she was serving as Travis County judge. But, according to KVUE's partners at the Austin American-Statesman, Eckhardt is disputing the agency's jurisdiction. The State Commission on Judicial Conduct, which investigates complaints against judges at all levels,

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Report: State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt disputes ethics agency's rebuke for actions as Travis County judge

Eckhardt disputes ethics agency's rebuke for actions as Travis County judge

A state ethics agency has admonished state Sen. Sarah Eckhardt, D-Austin, for two incidents that occurred while she was Travis County's top official, including a comment making light of Gov. Greg Abbott's paralysis. The State Commission on Judicial Conduct, which investigates complaints against judges at all levels, concluded that Eckhardt's actions as Travis County judge violated the section of the Texas Constitution that prohibits judges from conduct that brings public discredit to the judiciary. But Eckhardt

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Eckhardt disputes ethics agency's rebuke for actions as Travis County judge

Eckhardt: Texas shouldn't let CARES Act funds for COVID relief go to waste

State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt For months, experts have sounded the alarm about an expected fall and winter surge in COVID-19 cases and urged us to prepare and recommit to safeguards such as mask-wearing and social distancing. But too many of us, in a premature attempt to return to normalcy, let our safeguards down. Here in Central Texas, COVID-19 cases continue to rise. The governor's phased reopenings in North Texas have been rolled back. Hospitals in Marfa, Big Bend and Midland are running out of resources, and

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Eckhardt: Texas shouldn't let CARES Act funds for COVID relief go to waste

Legal dispute involving allegations of money being funneled to ‘Windy City Rehab’ projects settled

A legal dispute that involved allegations of money being funneled to “Windy City Rehab” projects has been “resolved and settled,” according to paperwork filed last week in Cook County court. Space Builders sued Greymark Development Group, its owner, Donovan Eckhardt, and others for $108,500 the company said it was owed for subcontracting work done at 612 W. Stratford Pl. in Lakeview, according to a lawsuit filed in December 2019. Space Builders president Ermin Pajazetovic and Eckhardt served as contractors

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Legal dispute involving allegations of money being funneled to ‘Windy City Rehab’ projects settled

Request for new cameras sparks discussion

Shawn Hill and Scott Mensching speak with the county commissioners regarding a request for new security cameras for the probation office. BINGHAM COUNTY – Bingham County Probation Director Shawn Hill has addressed concerns regarding the need for additional security cameras at the probation office after recognizing issues stemming from the protocols necessary to ensure employee and probation participants’ safety regarding COVID-19. Hill said protocols put in place involving having those on probation waiting

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Request for new cameras sparks discussion

Atomic City is becoming disincorporated

The sign along Highway 26 points the way to Atomic City, and reminds people that it isn’t a place to gas up. ATOMIC CITY – Residents of Atomic City voted in favor of disincorporating their town in the November election, and the move is becoming official. Disincorporation is the process of removing the city government and turning over the control, funds, and assets to the county. Although this is a legal process that can be done in the state, this is only the third time it has been carried out, according

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Atomic City is becoming disincorporated

Sheriff's office explores personalized app, hazard pay

Bingham County Sheriff's Office file photo BLACKFOOT – Bingham County Sheriff Craig Rowland met with the county commissioners Wednesday morning to provide updates from his office. During his update, he shared information about exploring the idea of having a personalized application developed for the Bingham County Sheriff's Office and the residents of Bingham County. Prior to him introducing the information on the app, county Clerk Pam Eckhardt said there have been some hiccups on the approval for hazard pay

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Sheriff's office explores personalized app, hazard pay

Edward Jones Financial Advisor Keith Eckhardt Suggests Planning for the Expected – and the Unexpected

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov 10, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Colorado Springs investors preparing for or living in retirement need to plan for the expected while preparing for the unexpected − and position their investment portfolios for both, says Keith Eckhardt, an Edward Jones Advisor in Colorado Springs, Colorado. How can one plan for the expected? “Envision your retirement lifestyle,” Eckhardt says. “Do you plan on traveling the world? Or will you stay close to home, volunteering and pursuing

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Edward Jones Financial Advisor Keith Eckhardt Suggests Planning for the Expected – and the Unexpected

Edward Jones Adds Financial Advisor Keith Eckhardt

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Nov. 6, 2020 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Edward Jones Financial Advisor Mike Biehl announced today that Financial Advisor Keith Eckhardt, has joined his office in Colorado Springs on October 14, 2020. “I am really looking forward to working with Mike,” said Keith. “I’ll have all the advantages of working with an experienced investment professional while getting to know local investors.” Biehl said, “I’m very impressed with Keith, and I’m sure my clients will be, too. Edward

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Edward Jones Adds Financial Advisor Keith Eckhardt

Officials gear up for Election Day push

A ballot is sealed, signed, and ready to be delivered to the Bingham County Clerk’s office. BLACKFOOT — Bingham County election officials are preparing for a strong turnout at the polls today even with COVID-19 in mind for the 2020 general election. County Clerk Pam Eckhardt said the county sent out 7,536 absentee ballots, and they had gotten 5,937 back as of Monday morning. “We’ve had 2,300 people early vote in person over the last three weeks,” Eckhardt said. “Probably in the previous presidential

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Officials gear up for Election Day push