$28 million to explore the internal mechanisms and vulnerabilities of HIV

Media Contacts Julie Kiefer Associate Director, Scientific Communications, University of Utah HealthE-mail: [email protected]: 801-587-1293 August 08, 2022 10:00 a.m. The CHEETAH Center’s research into the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is providing valuable insight into how the virus works and leading to new types of therapeutic interventions. Image credit: Janet Iwasa, …

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Mother Nature Overtakes Speed ​​Week, Leading to Cancellation at Bonneville Salt Flats

The rains flooded the pits of the Bonneville salt flats over the weekend. This year’s Speed ​​Week was canceled due to rain which caused muddy conditions. (Mike Nich) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Race conditions were pretty good when Jason Marsh arrived at the Bonneville Salt …

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When Dana White joined the Sturgis Motor Cycle Rally and rode a Harley Davidson up Mount Rushmore

In the second episode of season 2 of Dana White: Looking for a fightthe UFC president let loose his thrill-seeking side and took part in the annual Sturgis Motor Cycle Rally in South Dakota. Accompanied by former welterweight champion Matt Serra and former UFC lightweight Din Thomas, White rode up …

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Utah ski resorts improve avalanche mitigation technology to phase out old military artillery

Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes ALTA – Alta Ski Resort is installing new avalanche towers to better protect skiers and phase out old military artillery. This summer, the resort is installing five Wyssen avalanche towers around Mount Baldy from the Swiss-based company, according to Alta chief executive Mike Maughan. Alta …

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Five former BYU golfers get cut at Korn Ferry Tour Utah Championship

FARMINGTON — If nothing else, Peter Kuest is rewarding the people who decided to grant him a sponsor exemption for the Korn Ferry Tour’s 2022 Utah Championship golf tournament. The former BYU golfer, who won 10 varsity tournaments for the Cougars from 2016-2020, is tied for fifth place (under 14) …

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Opinion: National Park Service’s U.S. Battlefields Protection Program grant helps protect the past, preserve the future

A 7.6-acre site along Lookout Creek at the foot of Lookout Mountain, where Union troops once clashed with Confederate pickets, will now be protected land. The city of Chattanooga was one of three recipients last week of a battlefield land acquisition grant from the National Park Service’s American Battlefield Protection …

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Utah lawmaker among Latin lawmakers who met with Vice President Harris on reproductive rights

Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, left, speaks during a meeting with fellow Latina state lawmakers and Vice President Kamala Harris on reproductive rights Friday at the White House in Washington. (White House YouTube) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes WASHINGTON — Rep. Angela Romero, D-Salt Lake City, was among a …

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Utah Senate President Launches Investigation into Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Sen. Gene Davis

Utah Senate President Stuart Adams announced On Friday the Senate was launching an independent investigation to look into allegations that Sen. Gene Davis, D-Salt Lake City, sexually harassed one of its former interns. Driving the news: Sonia Weglinski, who previously worked as a legislative intern and Davis employee this year, …

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Women’s Soccer Preview: A Look at Northern Utah Teams in Regions 3A 13 and 2A North | News, Sports, Jobs

BRIAN WOLFER, Special to Standard Examiner Morgan’s Brecklee Charlton, left, and Nevaeh Peregrina of Ogden, right, collide in an attempt for the ball during the 3A State Championship game on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021, at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy. High school girls football is underway …

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Allegiant Expands Employee Base in Provo and Hires 60 Flight Attendants | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 4 In this undated photo, Allegiant flight attendants receive training before taking to the air. Courtesy of Allegiant Air 2 / 4 In this undated photo, Allegiant Air flight attendants receive training before first flights. Courtesy of Allegiant Air 3 / 4 Passengers walk up a …

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Triggered | News | Salt Lake City

Courtesy picture “There’s going to have to be accountability for power – power over other people’s bodies. And unfortunately, what breaks down are the men [having power] on women. – Karrie Galloway You’re in …

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Aztecs Release Schedule 2022-23 – SDSU Athletics

History links SAN DIEGO- The head coach Lauren Dobashi announced the 2022-23 schedule for the San Diego State women’s golf team. The Aztecs will play in 10 tournaments in six states as they try to make their 13e playoffs over the past 14 years. For …

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Utah Legislature Calls on Local Nutrition Coalition in Fight Against Food Insecurity

Posted by Sandra MacMartin, Public Affairs Specialist with Guest Author Paul Birkbeck, SNAP Program Specialist, Utah Department of Workforce Services for Food and Nutrition Security August 01, 2022 My name is Paul Birkbeck and I have worked with SNAP for 26 years and have had the honor of chairing the …

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SB State Street still closed after natural gas leak in Salt Lake City

Police and firefighters at the scene of a natural gas line link in downtown Salt Lake City. (Scott Winterton, Deseret News) (Scott Winterton, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — Firefighters said southbound State Street remains closed between 100 and 200 south in downtown Salt Lake City as work continues to …

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Bednarik’s watchlist includes BYU’s Keenan Pili | News, Sports, Jobs

BYU Photo BYU freshman linebacker Keenan Pili (41) celebrates his sack during the Cougar vs. Liberty football game at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday, November 9, 2019. SOUTHAMPTON, Pa. — Maxwell Football Club today named BYU linebacker Keenan Pili to the watch list for the …

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Ogden Raptors shared weekend games with Boise to end series 5-1; former Raptor Outman called to the Dodgers | News, Sports, Jobs

Kevin Johnson, Ogden Raptors Ogden Raptors infielder Jesus Valdez, right, dives into third base as Northern Colorado Owlz third baseman Kevin Higgins waits to tag him Saturday, June 11, 2022, at Lindquist Field in Ogden . The Ogden Raptors came close to a six-game sweep against the …

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Recycle Utah goes all the way with its 100 Mile Meal fundraiser

Recycle Utah’s 100 Mile Meal is back and registration is open for the nonprofit fundraiser scheduled for August 6. which used select ingredients within a 100 mile radius of Recycle Utah’s recycling center. | Park Record File PhotoPark Record File Photo | The park file Guests of Recycle Utah’s 2022 …

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Where did the Utah Millennials move to? Chances are it’s near you

Single-family homes under construction in the Wildflower community in Saratoga Springs are pictured Tuesday, July 19. A recent study found that most millennials in the United States haven’t moved far from where they grew up. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Millennials are …

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Utah housing market sees more listings but slows sales

SAND, Utah — Utahns buying homes this summer have more options and less competition compared to the homebuying fever of recent years, according to the Salt Lake Board of Realtors. The number of active statewide listings on UtahRealEstate.com on July 28 was over 9,300. That’s a 160% increase over the …

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3rd person arrested in 2019 Salt Lake woman murder

Salt Lake Police Captain Viictor Siebeneck in February announced the names of six suspects believed to be linked to the 2019 shooting death of Kathryn Blaire Leavitt, 27. Police announced on Friday that a third suspect had been arrested. (Pat Reavy, KSL.com) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY …

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Orem creates a new position in the city and hires a former Provo staff member | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy picture Karen Tapahe The Town of Orem has opened a new Professional Level Communications Specialist position to work specifically with Mayor Dave Young and the City Council. Karen Tapahe will fill the new position after working as the Community Outreach and Public Information Officer for …

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Watch Now: St. Joseph-Ogden Basketball Player Ty Pence Commits to Illinois State | state of illinois

NORMAL – Ty Pence is very knowledgeable about the state of Illinois and the campus. His sister, Kenzie, played on the Redbird softball team and his father, Todd, attended school. Her cousin, Courtney Pence, played volleyball at ISU. When Ryan Pedon took over as head basketball coach of the Redbirds …

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The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art prepares for its first performance in Utah

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes CEDAR CITY – London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art performs at the Utah Shakespeare Festival this week – a historic moment for both companies. The setting is 1960s Italy; the play is “Much Ado About Nothing” by William Shakespeare. It’s an audience favorite at the …

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San Bernardino International Airport rocks the IE region with Ready for Takeoff Kickoff Concert

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif., July 27, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) welcomed approximately 3,000 people on Saturday, July 23, 2022, but guests did not leave or take air flights. At least not yet. Instead, they arrived at SBD to enjoy the Ready for Takeoff concert, a celebration of …

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Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo Event Winners: Kaysville Native Takes 4th Place Lashing Rope | News, Sports, Jobs

BRIAN NICHOLSON, Special to Standard Examiner Ladd King of Kaysville competes in the roping competition during the Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo in Ogden on Wednesday July 20, 2022. Here are the winners of this weekend’s Ogden Pioneer Days rodeo events. Winners are listed, along with selected results …

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Utah woman catches flesh-eating bacteria from infected spider bites

A Utah woman is being treated for flesh-eating bacteria after she suffered 15 spider bites while on a fishing trip. Susi Feltch-Malohifo’ou is believed to have been bitten by one or more spiders – the species of which is unknown – while on a fishing trip to Mirror Lake in …

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Violent Salt Lake robbery filmed

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — A robbery suspect has been arrested after a victim reported that three men robbed him outside his home in early July. On July 2, a man reported being robbed at gunpoint outside his home around 11 p.m. by three men who arrived in two cars. …

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Remarks by Dean G. Marcus Cole at the 2022 Religious Freedom Summit Gala in Rome | News | Law School

Good evening and welcome to the second annual Notre Dame Religious Liberty Summit gala dinner, marked by the awarding of the 2022 Notre Dame Prize for Religious Liberty. Before I say another word, I want to give all the glory and honor to God. I give thanks for Notre Dame …

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In gubernatorial race, Illinois needs a people-focused leader – Shaw Local

In recent weeks, Governor JB Pritzker has made Roe v. Wade his central message seemingly every time he speaks. But in a state of more than 12 million people, one has to wonder if he’s exaggerating on this issue with suburbanites, moderates and independents. And is there more to the …

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Utah Jazz: Where does Deron Williams’ trade rank among the biggest in the NBA?

As Donovan Mitchell trade rumors mount, many remember the Utah Jazz trade 11 years ago of fellow All-Star guard Deron Williams to the New Jersey Nets. Last week, ESPN ranked 15 of the NBA’s biggest trades of the past 20 years (their story revolved around the trade discussion surrounding current …

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Real Salt Lake Falls for the first time at home in 2022

SALT LAKE CITY – Real Salt Lake fell to FC Dallas 1-0 to end an 11-game unbeaten streak at home to Rio Tinto Stadium. “There was a 10-minute patch in the first half where we were careless with the ball,” manager Pablo Mastroeni said when asked what his message to …

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BYU Football Position Preview: Defensive Line

BYU’s defensive line is often one of the most watched units on the team. Fans are always clamoring for a fiercer pass rush and sexier sack numbers. It’s not always that simple. However, the coaching staff have their work cut out to replace the talents that have left and develop …

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Castle Rock High School Honor Roll | Local

Castle Rock High School’s honor roll for the second semester of the 2021-2022 school year has been announced. 12th grade: Maylena Cherrington, Adam Partridge, Logan Setera and Rhiannon Sibbett 11th grade: Annabelle Wrzesinski. 10th year: Adriana Alcaraz, Kynsi Bayes, Ian Burton, Ryland Davis, Ryker Heller, Patience Lakey, Cayden Lukken, Ethan …

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Goshen home a ‘total loss’ after Utah County fireworks burn

After a fire in Goshen, Utah, the house was declared a total loss. (Utah County Fire Marshal) (Utah County Fire Marshal) GOSHEN, Utah — A Utah County home is a total loss after a structure fire associated with fireworks broke out on Friday. The Utah County Fire Marshal said fireworks …

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Kayleen Rawlinson Brimhall | News, Sports, Jobs

Kayleen Rawlinson Brimhall was called home to be with her Heavenly Family on July 15, 2022. She was born January 26, 1947 in Provo, UT, a daughter of the late Lewis Rawlinson and Nida Andersen Rawlinson. She grew up in the community of Provo, graduated from …

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A look at the winning artworks from “Traces of the West” | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 6 “Poker Face” by Theresa Otteson, Best of Show. Photo provided, Eccles Art Center 2 / 6 “Woodruff, Utah” by Natalie Shupe, Jury Prize. Photo provided, Eccles Art Center 3 / 6 “Noble” by Reggie Peterson, honorable mention. Photo provided, Eccles Art Center 4 / 6 …

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Excessive heat alerts for southern Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4) – Hey, Utah! So far this week we have seen above average heat, but we will see the heat kick into high gear at the end of this work week. Growing heat to close out the week prompted the National Weather Service to issue excessive …

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2022 Pioneer Day Celebrations for Saints (and Sinners) • Salt Lake Magazine

Eighty-five years ago (that is, 175 years ago), Mormon pioneers made their grand entrance into the Salt Lake Valley. Since then, all Utahns, Latter-day Saints or not, have celebrated the day. With fireworks, rodeos and parades galore, we descendants of the pioneers sure know how to throw a party. Pioneer …

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Concert schedule update: until June 2023 | Music

Lettuce and Tower of Power with the Colorado Symphony, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, July 20 Missio, Black Sheep, July 20 James McMurtry, Lulu’s, Manitou Springs, July 22 LTJ Bukem, Ophelia’s Electric Soap Box, Denver, July 22 The Lumineers with Gregory Alan Isakov and Daniel Rodriguez, Coors Field, Denver, July 22 …

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UDOT moves Utah Bridge to move traffic

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) crews just slid a 1.1 million pound bridge over Interstate 15 in Cedar City on the night of July 13. (Courtesy: UDOT) CEDAR CITY, Utah – Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) crews slid a 1.1 million pound bridge over Interstate 15 in Cedar City on …

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Zions Bancorporation Opens Metro Salt Lake City Tech Campus

Zions Bancorporation Technology Campus. Image courtesy of Zions Bancorporation Zions Bancorporation NA just celebrated the opening of its new technology campus in Midvale, Utah, about 15 miles south of the multi-billion dollar financial services company’s headquarters in Salt Lake City. Zions has consolidated its operations from 11 other smaller locations …

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Paul Arnold Trotter | News, Sports, Jobs

Arnold Trotter was born September 25, 1928, in Huntsville, Utah to Arnold DeWitt and Louisa Price Trotter, where his father owned and operated a 1,000-acre sheep ranch with 5,000 sheep. The ranch fell victim to the Great Depression, and as a result, Paul and his family …

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Sports Notebook: Fremont alum Bush pitches scoreless inning in MLB All-Star Futures Game; BYU’s Jones wins State Am | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 2 Angels prospect and American League relief pitcher Ky Bush, alumnus of Fremont High School, throws during the MLB All-Star Futures game Saturday, July 16, 2022 in Los Angeles. Mark J. Terrill, Associated Press 2 / 2 Los Angeles Angels minor league pitcher Ky Bush poses …

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Utah triplet dad on ‘Dancing with Myself’ talks lessons learned on and off stage

Jake Taylor-Baumann performs on NBC’s “Dancing with Myself” on June 21. (NBC) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes LEHI – It was the time when many years of childhood were preparing. Lehi’s Jake Taylor-Baumann danced in front of an audience on a national stage. On June 21, Taylor-Baumann and 13 others …

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Utah woman helps group of 11 Ukrainians arrive safely in Salt Lake City

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes BOUNTIFUL — Friday marks the first official week in America for a group of 11 Ukrainians. Last month, KSL-TV shared the story of a Utah woman who met Ukrainian refugees in Poland and worked to bring them here to Beehive State. Whitney Holcomb traveled to …

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Volunteer Opportunities Available at Local Organizations | News, Sports, Jobs

Standard Examiner File Photo MITCH SHAW The newly constructed building by Catholic Community Services in West Ogden is shown on June 11, 2021. Weber Human Services is looking for people who can help nonprofits in Northern Utah. For more information on volunteer opportunities or to post an …

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‘American Ninja Warrior’ 2022: Utah’s Mady Howard and John Mack in the semis

If there’s one thing you can count on, it’s someone from Utah participating in “American Ninja Warrior.” The state has had a strong presence on the contest for years – in fact, Salt Lake City’s Isaac Caldiero is one of only two people in the show’s history to be declared …

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With the Great Salt Lake in peril, are golf courses a luxury Utah can no longer afford?

Editor’s Note • This story first post on July 23, 2021. It has been updated with new data and republished in light of persistent Utah and Great Salt Lake water issues reaching a new record high. Utah experienced another hot, dry summer preceded by many more hot, dry summers. The …

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Did Arctic Circle invent French fries sauce? Is fried sauce a Utah thing?

When my colleague’s article on French fries sauce was published a month ago, we thought about the question “Who invented French fries sauce?” was impenetrable, left to debate in the annals of Utah lore for millennia to come. But the cold case of Utah’s favorite room-temperature sauce heated up in …

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Review of ‘Survey: The West’ by Ya La’ford at Ogden Contemporary Arts | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided Jess Knott and a child viewing Ya La’Ford’s “Survey: The West” exhibit. At Ogden Contemporary Arts (OCA), which just received the Utah Cultural Alliance’s 2022 Outstanding Cultural Contribution Award, “Survey: The West” is an exhibition comprised of the geometric design and ethnography of Ya …

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Fighting Summer Ozone in Utah Will Require Collective Action

It turns out that the quality of our air is threatened as much in summer as in winter. Al Hartman | The Salt Lake Tribune View of the white mist in the valley looking west from the Utah Capitol on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. | July 14, 2022, 11:00 a.m. …

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Dreams In Motion this Saturday

By Shawn O’Brate RIVERTON – This coming Saturday, as hot air balloons fill the skies and climbers from around the world flock to Lander, there is a golf tournament that has huge benefits that help local people in need every year. That event is the annual Dreams In Motion Golf …

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Northern Utah police chief resigns after Fremont County DUI arrest

LOGAN, Utah (KSL.com) — North Park Police Chief Ulysses Michael Black has resigned after being charged with driving under the influence in Idaho. Black was arrested on June 18 in Fremont County, Idaho, according to court records. He posted $2,000 bond and pleaded not guilty to the charge. His next …

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‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ Member Admits Cheating

Jennifer Shah, center, of the reality television series ‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,’ touches her face mask as she leaves federal court in Manhattan, after pleading guilty to wire fraud conspiracy, at New York, Monday. She admitted that she and others defrauded thousands of people across the country …

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Former BYU star Shaylee Gonzales is heading to the Big 12 – with Texas

BYU Cougars guard Shaylee Gonzales (2) drives between San Francisco Dons guard Abby Rathbun (55) and San Francisco Dons guard Amalie Langer (5) on her way into the paint as BYU and San Francisco play in the semifinals of the basketball tournament -ball of the West Coast Conference at Orleans …

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Dates, Headliners, Lineup, Tickets & More – NBC Chicago

The 2022 Pitchfork Music Festival at Chicago’s Union Park is fast approaching, with a diverse lineup across multiple genres, including both big and little artists. Here’s a breakdown of when and where the event will take place, who’s playing and headlining, and what else you need to know. Location and …

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The motorhome on the SR 143 loses its brakes, takes the access ramp; driver taken to hospital – St George News

The scene of a single-vehicle accident on State Route 143, Brian Head, Utah, July 10, 2022 | Photo courtesy of Ladd Brindley, Ladd’s Transport, Cedar City News ST. GEORGE- A man was taken to hospital Sunday morning after he lost control of his motorhome on State Route 143 near Brian …

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Rapids Unified Team fall to Real Salt Lake 3-1 in fierce battle in Salt Lake City

The unified Colorado Rapids battled back to a 3-1 loss to Real Salt Lake on Saturday night in a thrilling home-and-away game. Taking the field after the first-team contest, the two unified teams played two 20-minute halves to decide the winner in Utah. The Rapids’ Saturday night game was the …

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BYU halts voice adaptation services for transgender customers

Salt Lake Temple. Photo: maxpixel.net SALT LAKE CITY, July 9 (UPI) — Brigham Young University’s decision to stop providing gender-affirming services to transgender clients at its speech-language pathology clinic has sparked an accreditation review and debate about whether the decision was ethical. The university, located in Provo, Utah, and operated …

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Community groups in Utah unite to stop underage drinking

Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes CLEARFIELD — Families want to see their children grow into adulthood and continue to enjoy life. That’s why 16 community partners, including construction and public safety vehicles, hit the roads of Davis County Thursday to spread the word about preventing underage drinking. Stickers and signs …

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23 different property tax hikes proposed in Salt Lake County

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah — Salt Lake County Auditor Chris Harding prepares to send property tax notices to residents. But some may come with a small shock sticker. Throughout Salt Lake County, various tax entities are proposing tax increases that will affect people based on the value of their home. “We …

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Brigham Young Ends Speech-Language Pathology Program For Trans Students Due To Church/Nation LGBTQ Guidelines

Brigham Young University in Utah is under investigation after ending gender-affirming speech therapy for trans students earlier this year. The Mormon institution in Provo, Utah, halted services in February for a master’s program in speech-language pathology after determining that transgender people who used it to alter their voices in order …

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Hear Blossoms Cover Harry Styles’ Global Hit “As It Was”

Blossoms covered Harry Styles’ hit song “As It Was.” Stockport are the latest band to appear on Apple Music’s Home Session series, performing a new version of their track “The Sulking Poet” alongside Styles’ rendition. Of their cover choice, Tom Ogden of Blossoms said, “A lot of people messaged us …

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Utah abortion laws unclear on reporting and vetting process for victims of sexual assault

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s abortion laws allow exceptions for rape cases — but only if victims have reported to police. While this requires law enforcement and doctors to work together to help victims of sexual assault seeking abortion care, the state has not established …

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Holmgren shines on Salt Lake City Summer League debut

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Chet Holmgren shone in his summer league debut, scoring 13 of 23 points in the first quarter to help the Oklahoma City Thunder take a 20-point lead en route to victory 98-77 over the Utah Jazz on Tuesday night. The No. 2 draft pick also …

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Ex-BYU student sentenced to 1 year in sex extortion case

A former BYU student was sentenced to a year in prison on Wednesday after pleading guilty to threatening a teenage girl to release nude photos to convince her to send him more. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes PROVO — A former BYU student was sentenced Wednesday …

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PoetryDeathMatch: TS Eliot vs. Ogden Nash

I always thought calling a reading a “slam” was dumb, so here goes. The scene: ancient Rome. The Coliseum. Our Judge, the fearsome Caligula. Eliot charges into the arena, slamming his spear against his scutum. “I’m getting old… I’m getting old… I will wear the bottom of my pants rolled …

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Utah Highway Patrol reports five deaths over July 4 weekend | News, Sports, Jobs

A Utah Highway Patrol vehicle travels north on Interstate 15 Thursday, April 26, 2018. The Utah Highway Patrol released statistics on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, from the July 4 weekend, showing how busy soldiers were over the three-day weekend. Evan Cobb, Daily Herald file photo …

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Kings announce 2022 pre-season game schedule with Empire Classic in ONT, Frozen Fury in SLC

INSIDER! The 2022-23 calendar (pre-season) has arrived! Bit disappointing there, sorry about that. But some news nonetheless here this morning, in what is shaping up to be a news-packed day in a news-packed week in a news-packed month in a…….. The Kings’ preseason schedule already had a few dates on …

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Action Target Inc. Announces New Steel Target Training System

PROVO, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Target Action Inc., the world leader in modern live-fire ranges, announces its new portable steel target system, the PT RangerMT, is now available for purchase. The PT Ranger is a rugged, portable, and rapidly deployable target system for pistol and rifle scenarios. Designed for high volume shooting – …

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Utahns are eating this delicious 4th of July celebration – with cherries on top

North Ogden’s 90th Cherry Days Parade and Festival brings together a community eager to come together as the state celebrates Independence Day. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Marchers carry a giant American flag during the Cherry Days Fourth of July Parade in North Ogden on Monday. | July …

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REPORT: Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah meet the Big 12

It looks like the Big 12 might be trying to poach multiple PAC-12 teams. After USC and UCLA left the PAC-12 for the Big Ten, a race was on for teams to find new stability, and no one wants to be left behind. (RELATED: David Hookstead is the real King …

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Man in critical condition after shooting early Sunday

A man is in critical condition after being shot early Sunday near 1485 South Major Street in Salt Lake City. (Salt Lake Police) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — A 20-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot early Sunday near 1485 S. Major Street …

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After the Big Ten defections, is Utah’s best option a reunion with BYU in the Big 12?

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes PROVO — What a difference a year makes. A year ago, the Big 12 was on its deathbed, ravaged by the defection of its two flagship brands Texas and Oklahoma as they prepared a leap to the SEC and the billionaire-level coffers of wealth that …

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Share Roger’s frustration | Opinion

Editor: I can’t ski like Roger Marolt or any of his family, but I can share his frustration at seeing some of his columns summarily dismissed by the powers that be at the Aspen Times. You see, the same thing happened to me at the Sopris Sun in Carbondale and …

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Three winning deals with a new capital project

The Utah Jazz moved one of the best players in franchise history earlier this week, sending Rudy Gobert to Minnesota for role players and four first-round picks. With those picks, the Jazz could return some players at the trade deadline for more draft capital and consider a rebuild, or they …

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Capstone Companies Continues Westward Expansion with Addition of New Brokerage Office in Salt Lake City

Moss joins Capstone after serving as vice president and director of corporate banking at Hillcrest Bank. His role focused on providing a full range of business banking services such as commercial lending and business deposit products. Prior to joining Hillcrest, Moss was Head of Portfolio Management at Member Business Lending. …

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UDOT urges drivers to practice safety over bank holiday weekend | News, Sports, Jobs

BEN DORGER, standard examiner file photo This photo taken in 2018 shows Interstate 15 Express Lane in Davis County. OGDEN – As America’s Birthday approaches, the Utah Department of Transportation reminds drivers to be careful and plan ahead for traffic delays along the Wasatch Front and Wasatch …

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BYU 1-on-1: Conference realignment discussion takes off again | News, Sports, Jobs

Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo BYU defenders make a tackle during BYU’s 21-19 win over Washington State at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. on Saturday, October 23, 2021. (Jaren Wilkey, BYU Photo) As the realignment roller coaster heats up in college football and transfers move all over college basketball, …

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June 23 Feedback and Beyond | Letters | Salt Lake City

Click to enlarge Scary AudiencesWe learned a lot from the House Select Committee’s fifth congressional hearing investigating the January 6 uprising. The good news: there are still some good guys in the upper echelons of government. The bad news: Bad guys willing to believe anything and do anything …

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Dungeons & Dragons Creates New Career Opportunities and Other Weird Tech

O[/edgtf_dropcaps]e have all heard the phrase “Behold dragons,” and let me tell you: it doesn’t come from a book by George RR Martin. Until recently, the Latin translation, “Hic sunt dracones”, was said to have been inscribed on medieval maps, which is now completely debunked (the only historical inscription of …

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Glenda L. Goldsberry | News, Sports, Jobs

1933 — 2022 Glenda Larsen Goldsberry of Pleasant View, Utah died at the age of 88 on June 22, 2022. She was born June 26, 1933 to Lisle and Vera Pay Larsen. She married her lover, DeWayne Goldsberry at the Logan Temple on May 8, 1953. …

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Utah Youth Soccer partners with Stack Sports and CaptainU to increase opportunities for athletes | Local News

CaptainU partners with Utah Youth Soccer to expand recruiting efforts in college sports PLANO, Texas, June 28, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) – Utah Youth Soccer – was born in 1978 and is the authorized state youth soccer association of Utah and is affiliated with US Youth Soccer, the US Soccer and …

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Judge grants temporary restraining order, blocking Utah abortion ban

SALT LAKE CITY — A judge has granted a restraining order that will temporarily block Utah’s Abortion “Trigger Law” for 14 days. Following an emergency hearing on Monday, 3rd District Court Judge Andrew Stone granted the Planned Parenthood Association of Utah and the American Civil Liberties Union of Utah’s request …

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Provo Canyon, Utah 2020

Provo Canyon is located in Wasatch County, Utah. Bridal Veil Falls, Sundance Mountain Resort, Alpine Loop Scenic Byway, Squaw Peak, and the Provo River are all accessible via Provo Canyon. This canyon exemplifies the majesty of the Wasatch Range and, in particular, the magnificence of Mount Timpanogos. This 28-mile route …

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Twin City homes aren’t as overpriced as other metros

The Twin Cities’ housing market is one of the least “overvalued” major metropolitan areas in the country, according to a recent analysis. What is happening: According to researchers from Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University. This ranks 76th out of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the United States …

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Utah transgender sports ban: Girls detail ban fears in lawsuit

When 16-year-old “Jenny Roe” started playing volleyball on her high school team last year, she said she went from isolation, without much social life, to make close friends with whom she might be “awkward”. “The team always had dinner together in the evenings before games, which I also liked. Sometimes …

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Real Salt Lake held scoreless in deadlock against Columbus

SALT LAKE CITY – Real Salt Lake and the Columbus Crew played out a scoreless draw at Rio Tinto Stadium tonight in front of another sold-out crowd. The draw was only the second in eight games at the Rio Tinto Stadium this year. Three changes Manager Pablo Mastroeni made three …

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“You are still here ?” : VidAngel relaunches after 4 years of legal battle

Employees work at the VidAngel office in Provo on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. After a lengthy legal battle with the Hollywood giants and spending the better part of two years out of the public eye, the video filtering services company is relaunched under new ownership. (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News) Estimated …

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Publisher Aspen Times responds to criticism and demands from politicians

The Aspen Times main office sign on Hyman Avenue, seen Friday, June 24, 2022, in downtown Aspen. | Austin Colbert/The Aspen TimesAustin Colbert/The Aspen Times A combination of 18 past and current elected officials from Basalt to Aspen have signed a letter to Ogden newspapers outlining numerous actions they could …

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2 dead in Utah State University plane crash

CACHE COUNTY, Utah — Two people were killed Friday when a single-engine plane belonging to Utah State University crashed in a remote part of Cache County. The Cache County Sheriff’s Office received a call from a plane around 9 a.m. on private property near 2685 South Highway 23 in a …

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Your Guide to Summer Festivals and City Celebrations in Utah • Salt Lake Magazine

Warm weather and long days mean it’s time for summer festivals, art fairs and Utah markets. We’ve listed everything from family outings to creative nights out to weekend getaways you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendars for these upcoming city celebrations and unique festivals: Park Silly Sunday Market, Park …

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50 years after Title IX, BYU Women just had a banner year

BYU distance runner Courtney Wayment breaks the barrier while winning the national 3,000-meter steeplechase title by six seconds, Saturday, June 11, 2022 in Eugene, Oregon. (Nate Edwards, Photo BYU) Estimated reading time: 9-10 minutes PROVO – Something special is happening with BYU women’s track and field, but it hasn’t started …

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New commercial building with restaurants planned for Ogden Corridor

A four-tenant commercial building is slated for construction on land located in Naperville’s commercial corridor along Ogden Avenue, with two restaurants already listed as tenants. The city Planning and Zoning Commission gave his recommendation during his last meeting to a series of conditions for an 8,300 square foot building in …

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The Salt Lake Tribune wins top honors in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Utah competition

The Salt Lake Tribune’s reporting, editing and photography have been honored by the Utah Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The Tribune received 16 first place prizes in the annual SPJ Chapter competition at an awards banquet held Thursday night at the Gallivan Center. The Tribune also received eight …

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Powder League co-founders focus on showcasing culture in Salt Lake City

Powder League co-founder Neema Namdar warms up with a 3-point shot (Kaylee Shores) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – In the small gymnasium at Judge Memorial High, hundreds of fans show up to listen to music, fashion and, of course, basketball. The Powder League is a pro-am …

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5 tips to help your car go 200,000 miles or more

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes Most owners switch cars every few years, but with increasing economic uncertainty, many potential buyers want their journey to last as long as possible. Which is logical. Between higher interest rates, inflation and supply chain issues, many drivers want to wait and see if circumstances …

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Door-to-door sales Prices plummet across the country in pandemic hotspots

Price cuts have become increasingly common in the United States, especially in parts of Utah and other mid-size metros in the West, according to a new report from Redfin. Many of the subways with the biggest share of price cuts in May saw outsized price growth during the pandemic because …

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Small Utah town leaders seek ways to prevent future flooding

HELPER, Utah — Monday was a grueling day for the town of Helper in Carbon County as crews and neighbors cleaned up the aftermath of Sunday’s flash floods. “They’re unpredictable,” said fire department chief Matt Montoya. “You’re at the mercy of Mother Nature. You don’t know what’s going to happen, …

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Housing market: Utah and Idaho see more inventory as rates strangle buyers

As potential buyers are discouraged or priced out by rising mortgage rates, the housing market is cooling, leading to an increase in home inventory. As a result, Utah’s major metro area Salt Lake City was one of the nation’s major housing markets to see the largest year-over-year increase in inventory …

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In Raptors debut, Macaluso’s home run lifts Ogden above Idaho Falls 12-10 | News, Sports, Jobs

Kevin Johnson, Ogden Raptors Ogden Raptors wide receiver Andrew Noviello (46) is carried home by manager Kash Beauchamp (37) to score a run against the Idaho Falls Chukars during a Pioneer Baseball League game Saturday, June 18, 2022 at Lindquist Field in Ogden. OGDEN — Dustyn Macaluso …

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How a Utah town is trying to curb the fatal crash trend

Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes OGDEN — The number of road deaths in Utah hit a nearly 20-year high in 2021. Looking at the number of fatal crashes in recent years, KSL-TV found Ogden had more than any other city in the state. Since January 2018, 1,250 people have died …

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