Utah government appoints first government operations privacy official

Utah Governor Spencer Cox has appointed Christopher Bramwell as the senior privacy officer for the Department of Government Operations. According to a statement from the governor’s office, the Utah legislature created the role in its last legislative session to protect residents’ personal data. As the Privacy Officer, Bramwell will be …

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Laurent Louis Carrillo | Obituary

Laurent Louis Carrillo July 11, 1931 ~ July 19, 2021 Lawrence Louis Carrillo, born July 11, 1931, passed away peacefully in his sleep on July 19, 2021. He reached his 90th birthday a week ago and we, his family, are so honored to have had many wonderful experiences with this …

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Airbnb in Utah | ABC4 Utah News

KAMAS, Utah (ABC4) – When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Airbnb hosts received updated cleaning protocols, but Pepper Martin, who had previously cleaned to the new standards, did not have to change at all its routine. “It was nice to have Airbnb kind of validate that, like okay, we were already …

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Round 3 helps Crusaders impound Bulldogs | Sports

There was every reason to have doubts before the match. Just over two weeks earlier, these two teams had met in Ogden, where the Ogden Bulldogs were able to claim victory. Since then, the two teams had made their way through the district tournament and were ready to meet again. …

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7 Things to Do for Utah Families During the Summer Months

When you look at the night sky over Cedar Breaks National Monument in Iron County, Utah, you’ll see things you never knew existed, as the monument is surrounded by some of the most exceptional natural darkness in the United States. continental. (Call Ravell, KSL, File) SALT LAKE CITY – It’s …

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Utah-based Owlet debuts on the New York Stock Exchange

Kurt Workman, co-founder and CEO of Owlet, Inc., started the nursery tech business in his friend’s parents’ garage in Provo. The company debuted on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, July 16, 2021 (Owlet, Inc.) LEHI – Owlet Baby Care, a nursery tech company that originally started out of …

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FOCUS Discussion: Utahns living in vehicles

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Currently in the state of Utah, there is no collective data on vehicle residents, that is, people who live in their car, van or their motorhome. However, local advocates who work with our homeless population say they are seeing an increasing number of people living …

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Nancy T. Blears | News, Sports, Jobs

Nancy T. Blears, 96, passed away on Monday, July 12, 2021 at her home in Lakewood, NY with her longtime caregiver and dear friend, Eun Lamb by her side. She was the widow of the late John Blears, Jr., who died on February 26, 1992. Nancy was born April 16, …

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The Outdoors is Utah’s # 1 Tech Company Recruiting Tool

When it comes to recruiting and retaining talent, Utah’s tech companies’ best friend is the state’s outdoor recreation and easy access to the wilderness and public lands of the cities of Utah. It’s more important than career advancement, salary, cost of living – even more than family. That’s according to …

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Inflation in Utah: Survey Shows Buyers Worried About Prices

Mixed signals regarding inflation concerns in the United States continue to emanate from federal policymakers, but Utah residents are steadfastly united when it comes to what they think about rising costs as part of the ongoing economic recovery. They are just worried. A new statewide poll from Deseret News / …

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Take the lab to the sample

(DOUG JESSOP’S SUCCESS STORIES IN UTAH – ABC4 NEWS – PROVO, UT) It’s no secret that Utah has come up with a lot of tech. In this episode of Utah Success Stories, I visited a company that is “Bring the laboratory to the sample”. Chromatography is used to separate samples …

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Utah’s smoky skies will stay, National Weather Service says

Forest fires in northern California and southern Oregon are primarily responsible for the poor air quality in Utah right now. (Eric Walden | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Utah skies are hazy Sunday due to smoke from wildfires in northern California and southern Oregon. The National Weather Service says the …

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Zagarella, Ogden trial postponed once again | New

TEWKSBURY – The trial of the two suspects in connection with the October 2016 death of Ethan Costello, a student at Tewksbury Memorial High School, faces another delay. Joseph Zagarella, 21, is charged with manslaughter, and Thomas Ogden, 54, is charged with providing alcohol to minors and permitting the consumption …

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North Ogden City: “Vandalism hits record high”

NORTH OGDEN, Utah (ABC4– City officials are urging citizens to be on the lookout for suspected vandals after various parts of northern Ogden were discovered disfigured on Friday. “We’ve all heard the saying ‘it takes a whole village to raise a child’, haven’t we? Well, it takes a community to …

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Missing in Utah: Connection Pt. 2

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – They became friends, then something went wrong. Perhaps this is the reason why Aletha Jo Williams went missing in 2001 and that a friend of her was suspected of her disappearance and murder. ABC4 Daily News: Get the latest Utah news straight to your inbox! …

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Prominent Utah activist Bettye Gillespie has died

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – A Utah civil rights activist has died “after a long illness,” according to her family. Bettye Gillespie died in her home in Ogden on July 2. ABC4 Daily News: Get the latest Utah news straight to your inbox! Click here to sign up for the free …

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Photos: How the Utahns celebrated Independence Day

After a year of rest and with little reason to celebrate, the Utahns gathered on Monday to applaud, parade and attend Independence Day celebrations. The holiday weekend marked a return to something closer to normal after many of the state’s popular parades were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 …

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Rain and flash floods possible in Utah on Monday

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – As the last day of the holiday weekend approaches, we expect to see showers appear in parts of southern and central Utah. Again, these will be slow thunderstorms that could lead to flash floods under stronger cells. Areas such as Capitol Reef National Park and …

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WIRTH WATCHING: The Story of the USS Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – As we reflect on the fight to preserve freedom this July 4, Craig Wirth recalls Utah’s important role in naval history. On July 2, Wirth speaks from the USS Utah. RELATED: USS Utah bell returns to Beehive state “The USS Utah was perhaps the most …

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BYU Students Launch Underground Newspaper | Utah News

By COURTNEY TANNER, The Salt Lake Tribune SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – To work for Brigham Young University student newspaper, you first need to understand what you can’t write about. Students are not permitted to report anything critical about the school or the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, …

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Hill fighter wings will fly F-35s over Utah on July 3

A US Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, flies over Afghanistan, September 27, 2018. Photo by Corey Hook / US Air Force HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, July 1, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – A 33-year holiday tradition continues as pilots …

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Drink a Pint Help a Puppy at Ogden River Brewing | Food

Ogden River Brewing LLC and Ogden City Department of Animal Services have partnered with Weber County Animal Services to bring the Ogden animal lover community together for Pints ​​for Pups, a dog adoption and fundraising event. fund on Saturday July 10, 1-4 pm at ORB. A $ 25 ticket includes …

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Nearly 40% of Utah homes are at risk of wildfire

With the start of this year’s fire season coinciding with a historic drought and record-breaking heat waves plaguing dozens of Western cities, two in five homes (39.4%) in Utah are at risk fire, a higher share than any other state in the western United States, according to a new report …

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These are the best cities for remote workers in 2021

According to the Best Cities for Remote Workers 2021 survey, Provo is the number one city for remote workers. The infrastructure, amenities and affordability make Provo a destination worth a visit. And as more companies offer full-time remote work, people are looking to cities that are cheaper while still providing …

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Interstate Bank President and COO retire

Interstate Bank Announces Retirement of President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Ogden Interstate Bank has announced the retirement of President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Ogden. Ogden has been with the bank for 41 years and has served as President and Chief Operating Officer since February 2014. “His dedication and …

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The University of Utah: Building More Inclusive Systems

June 25, 2021 “These are two important changes as we work to create more inclusive systems at U,” said Clare Lemke, director of the LGBT Resource Center. “It’s now easier for individuals to use whatever name they choose in more academic systems and communications. We hope that many students will …

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Pakistani refugee living the American dream

TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – Winsten Asif, a Pakistani immigrant and refugee living in Utah, says people keep asking him why he opened a Greek cuisine restaurant. “They always ask me, ‘You are Pakistani, why do you cook Greek food?’ “, he said. But for Asif, it’s all part of his American …

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Clothing color dispute ends with gunfire in Provo

PROVO, Utah (ABC4) – An argument over the color of someone’s clothes resulted in guns being shot in Provo. Police were called to the parking lot of a gas station on W. Center Street on Wednesday after shots were fired at a vehicle. Authorities have determined that 19-year-old Alejandro Molina-Ballesteros …

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LGBTQ + youth and minors drinking

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – According to new data from the Student Health and Risk Prevention Survey (SHARP), the rate of alcohol use among LGBTQ + youth in Utah County was double that of of their peers. On Tuesday, Encircle, Utah Valley Drug Prevention Coalition and Parents Empowered unveiled a …

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Big booms to begin in the western Utah desert

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – The Air Force will begin its season of full-scale detonation operations – those involving more than 10,000 pounds of net explosive weight – at the Air Force’s test and training field today. Utah (UTTR). These detonations are expected to continue until September 14. Detonations …

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Eagle Gate College celebrates two grand openings in Idaho

Unitek Learning is a growing family of distinguished educational institutions: Unitek College, Unitek EMT, Eagle Gate College, Provo College and Brookline College. It has already been an exciting year at Unitek, and we look forward to celebrating with the Idaho community. Big plans are in the works for our new …

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