High School Football: Deseret News 2022 5A All-State Team

To note: Deseret News’ all-state teams are based on coaches’ votes from a list of named players from each team. 5A Player of the Year Carter Bell, Alta, MF, Sr. Led Alta to 18 wins and a state championship as he dominated midfield with 13 goals and 12 assists. 5A …

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Why This Downtown Salt Lake Office Skyscraper Is Being Converted To Housing

On Friday, vehicles drive past the South Temple Tower in downtown Salt Lake City. The 56-year-old office building is set to be renovated and turned into new housing. (Carter Williams, KSL.com) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – There was a brief window in South Temple Tower’s history …

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The summer heat is here. What are the best ice cream parlors in Utah?

Summer is almost here, which means it’s the perfect time for some cool treats. Below are some of the best places to enjoy delicious ice cream in Utah this summer. Keep reading to get the full “scoop” on the best desserts worth melting down. Farr Better Ice Cream Location: Oden. …

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Arlington Heights resident dies in bicycle accident near finish line of AIDS/LifeCycle Ride in Los Angeles – Cardinal News

Glen Brown superimposed with image of the block of 800 Ogden Drive in Los Angeles where his bicycle accident occurred (SOURCE: Janet Brown McCarthy/Captured Image from Google Maps Street View May 2022 ©2022). A longtime Arlington Heights resident and experienced cyclist was killed in a bicycling accident near the finish …

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Governor Cox explains why Utah let its emergency declaration expire even as drought intensifies

Governor Spencer Cox speaks during the PBS Utah Monthly Governor’s Press Conference at the Eccles Broadcast Center in Salt Lake City on Thursday. (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s most recent drought emergency declaration, which Governor Spencer Cox issued on April 21, …

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UDOT and UTA advise travelers to plan ahead for Garth Brooks concerts

Garth Brooks has hosted a concert at Rice-Eccles Stadium in 2021. Brooks is performing in Salt Lake City this weekend, June 17-18, 2002. UDOT and UTA are asking Salt Lake City travelers to plan to advance Friday and Saturday. (PHOTO: Rich Fury/Getty Images SALT LAKE CITY – Thousands of spectators …

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Best of the Best: 2021-22 All-Valley Boys Football Team | News, Sports, Jobs

Provo senior Carlos Rodriguez heads the ball during the away game at Timpview on Friday March 11, 2022. (Jared Lloyd, Daily Herald) Provo players congratulate goalkeeper Sean Gutzman after the away game at Timpview on Friday March 11, 2022. (Jared Lloyd, Daily Herald) Lehi head …

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Squaw Valley fights bluegrass with strawberry mowing | Sports

After exhausting traditional methods to control the annual bluegrass weed, Squaw Valley Golf Course in Glen Rose has turned to the strawberry mowing process to extend the life of the course’s greens, which will require the closure of its Comanche Lakes route for a few weeks. . Poa annua, or …

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Teenage Utah farmer missing for more than 2 weeks amid fears of foul play

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A Utah teenager has disappeared from his farm, family members say, and police have found his abandoned boots and truck – and his mum now says she ‘absolutely’ believes foul play is involved in his disappearance. Dylan Rounds, a 19-year-old Idaho native …

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Find out which 18 Utah communities are taking the lead in clean electricity

The arrangement allows them to accelerate to 100% renewable for all residents by 2030. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Wind turbines spin amid solar panels north of Milford on Tuesday, Oct. 5, 2021. Eighteen communities in Utah have opted for a state agency that will speed conversion to …

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Glenn Michael Martin | News, Sports, Jobs

April 24, 1959 — May 25, 2022 Glenn Michael Martin (THE ORIGINAL OG or ICE MIKE) was born on April 24, 1959 in Ogden Utah as the beloved son of Willetta Fern Thomas-Martin and Alex Glenn Martin. Glenn attended schools in Ogden Utah and Los Angeles …

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Utah dad encourages water safety after pool accident leaves him paralyzed

ALPINE, Utah — What was supposed to be a day of celebration quickly turned into a day of uncertainty after Spencer Brown hit his head on the bottom of the pool. The family was together to celebrate his recent graduation from NYU with a pool party on July 29, 2021. …

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Briefly press the pause button in summer weather

UTAH (ABC4) — It seems almost unthinkable that Salt Lake City could set a record high temperature on Sunday and then struggle to hit 70 the next day. However, that’s what happens when we finally get out of the grip of last week’s high pressure system and leave just enough …

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BYU Football: Cougars 2022 Season Preview and Predictions – AthlonSports.com

Jaren Hall and the Cougars are ranked No. 27 in Athlon Sports’ Top 25 for the 2022 college football season BYU Athletics After losing No. 2 overall pick Zach Wilson and four other NFL Draft mainstays after the 2020 season, and to seven teams from the Power 5 conferences, the …

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Retired Wheeling sportswriter Bedway dies at 81 | News, Sports, Jobs

It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about Nick Bedway as a husband, father, sportswriter, Ohio Valley youth promoter, or just a man, he’s a hall of famer in every category. He left a lasting impact on sports fans and athletes throughout the Ohio Valley, on both sides of …

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A Utah paramedic bought a one-way ticket to Ukraine during the Russian invasion. Now she helps keep other foreign fighters alive

The distant rumble of outgoing artillery can be heard as we march through the cover of the trees. A small snake passes and quickly disappears. We climb a small ramp and enter a courtyard where soldiers hastily pack up a vehicle in which they plan to head towards the front …

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UFC 278 announced for Salt Lake City, Kamaru Usman vs. Leon Edwards

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – NOVEMBER 06: Kamaru Usman of Nigeria faces Colby Covington in their fight for the UFC welterweight championship at UFC 268 at Madison Square Garden on November 06, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Cooper Neill/Zuffa LLC) The UFC will return to Salt Lake City, …

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Texas insider gives date of move from Longhorns, Oklahoma to SEC

A college sports insider reveals when Texas and Oklahoma could leave the Big 12 for the SEC. Oh, this is going to be so awkward, but don’t expect Texas and Oklahoma to bounce back for the SEC until 2024. Brian Davis of the Austin American-Statesman revealed that the Longhorns and …

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Man arrested for attempted murder after spraying Mississippi apartment complex with bullets – Reuters

A man wanted for attempted murder after firing multiple shots Tuesday at a Mississippi apartment complex has been arrested. Amanti Briscoe, 23, was arrested just before 8 a.m. Friday night after law enforcement was notified by Mississippi Coast Crime Stoppers that he was at Waveview Place Apartments in Waveland. Briscoe …

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Utah is the father of one of hundreds of Simply Mac employees out of work after the company closed

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — There are already a lot of pressures that come with starting a new family, while going to school, but Kameron and Taylor McCurdy say they didn’t need the added stress of suddenly losing their revenue. Simply Mac has sent a notice …

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Salt Lake County designates ‘cool zones’ as temperatures rise

SALT LAKE CITY — Temperatures are on the rise. As we head into the weekend, Salt Lake City is exploring the potential for record-breaking heat. If you spend time outdoors, be prepared. When a day is going to be excessively hot, it is important to plan ahead. Be sure to …

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BYU basketball: Mark Pope on blood sacrifice and BYU’s reconstruction project

There are some things in life that you can’t ignore. For BYU basketball coach Mark Pope, his first experience in Istanbul, Turkey remains a visual for the ages. Pope, who had just won a national championship in Kentucky and was a second-round pick of the Indiana Pacers in 1996, opted …

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Three Utah cities rank among the top 10 in the United States for overpriced homes

Housing costs in Utah are so much above historical trend lines that three cities are currently among the top 10 most expensive markets in the country. This is based on a new analysis from Florida Atlantic University. Driving the news: Average home prices at the end of April were about …

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Utah farmers work against inflation, labor shortages and drought

WEBER COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – As temperatures edge closer to the 90s on the Wasatch Front, water supplies will continue to decline. The ever-changing drought continues to affect Utah farmers. As they battle inflation, labor shortages and water cuts, Utahans are encouraged to buy local when possible. According to a …

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Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine Announces “Skin Therapy By Brittany” as June 2022 Cover Contractor!!

Salt Lake City, Utah, June 8, 2022 – Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine announces “Brittany” by Skin Therapy By Brittany LLC as its June 2022 cover contractor. Soeleish Salt Lake City Magazine is a magazine like no other. SSLCM is Utah’s premier magazine dedicated to small business owners and entrepreneurs. …

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Provo volunteers participate in the “MyHometown” initiative to improve the community

Volunteers from the South Freedom neighborhood of Provo are launching “MyHometown”, an initiative to provide community resources and improvement projects. The initiative focuses on the combined efforts of volunteers and residents to build community. (Photo courtesy of Greg Baum) Volunteers from Provo’s South Freedom neighborhood are launching MyHometown, an initiative …

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Crews begin to improve safety on the North Ogden Divide

NORTH OGDEN, Utah —The steep and twisty five-mile North Ogden Divide was closed on Monday so crews could get to work on safety improvements. It will take about a month to complete work on what some consider a dangerous canyon road. Many people send their children to Weber High School …

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BYU Professor Discovers What Sets a Utah Name Apart From the Rest of the United States

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes PROVO – Utah is certainly known for its unique names, and now a BYU professor has the data to prove the patterns. Uniqueness so far has been mostly anecdotal – with plenty of videos on social media platforms like TikTok and Instagram mocking names you’ll …

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SLC Amateur: Justin Shluker, a 27-year-old accountant wins the title

Justin Shluker made just one mistake Sunday before his final round of the Salt Lake City Richard C. Kramer Amateur Golf Tournament at Bonneville Golf Course. The 27-year-old accountant showed up to the course for his mid-afternoon tee time wearing slacks when nearly every other competitor on the course wore …

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Letruska vs. Malathaat will be the clash of champions

Photo: Eclipse Sportswire The Belmont Stakes might be the test of the champion, but this year the Ogden Phipps will be the clash of champions. Letruska and MalathaatLast year’s Eclipse Award winners as Best Older Dirt Bitch and Best 3-Year-Old Filly, respectively, are set for a titanic battle in the …

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June 5 Worship Services | News, Sports, Jobs

REMARK: As issues related to the COVID-19 virus continue to evolve, please reach out to individual churches for information on how they are handling worship services. Episcopal Church St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Worship services currently take place in person every Sunday at 11 a.m. Please see our …

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Salt Lake City police are searching for a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run accident on Redwood Road

Salt Lake City police at the scene of a fatal hit-and-run accident that occurred Friday night at the intersection of Redwood Rd and California Avenue. Photo: Salt Lake City Police Department SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 4, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Salt Lake City police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run …

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Pollen season hits Utah allergy sufferers hard

SALT LAKE CITY — If you’ve been sniffling, sneezing and rubbing your eyes a lot lately, you’re not alone. “It just looks worse this year,” Allergic Darren Marshall told FOX 13 News on Friday. “I take all my allergy medications.” Marshall said he had undergone immunotherapy in the past to …

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Ogden Dunes summer parking restrictions now in effect with extended restricted area

The Ogden Dunes Police Department reminds residents that summer parking restrictions are currently in effect. Police say all vehicles parked in the restricted area must display a valid 2022 beach parking permit. All parking permits are available at City Hall Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. According …

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University of Utah Active Aggressor Prep

The University of Utah community mourns with the families, friends and loved ones of the victims of the horrific school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Senseless acts of violence occur all too frequently in our country, including on college campuses. In the aftermath of this tragedy, many rightly asked how prepared …

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Utah Weather Summary in May | ABC4 Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4) — May was truly a feast or famine story when it comes to rainfall across the state. Northern Utah did quite well while Southern Utah had another month on the dry side of things. Beginning with drought in southern Utah, Cedar City and St. George …

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Utah County prosecutor says he was wrongly charged with cannibalism

PROVO, Utah — Utah County District Attorney David Leavitt said Wednesday he was wrongfully charged with cannibalism, as well as the murder of young children. The charge, according to Leavitt, stems from an investigation by Utah County Sheriff Mike Smith. Additionally, Leavitt believes the Utah County Sheriff is using his …

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Ogden man sent to jail for murder in 2019 outside grocery store

Everardo Guadarrama-Garcia was sentenced to 15 years to life on Tuesday for shooting and killing a man outside an Ogden grocery store in 2019. (Weber County Jail) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes OGDEN — An Ogden man was ordered on Tuesday to spend the next decade in jail after pleading …

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$20,000 to be won in a scavenger hunt in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Those looking to get rich need to channel their inner pirate this week, as $20,000 should be found somewhere on the trails of Utah. The third annual Utah Scavenger Hunt kicks off Friday when organizers release the first clue in the form of a poem. Real …

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New Signs Installed on I-15 in Salt Lake County Honor Utah Veterans

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — To honor veterans who served from Utah and beyond, a popular stretch of highway will be designated the “Veterans Memorial Highway.” The Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) will install two signs this week along I-15 near the tip of the mountain to honor veterans. The …

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Qualtrics Selected by Shiseido Group for Global Employee Experience Program

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), leader and creator of the experience management (XM) category, today announced that Shiseido Group, one of the world’s largest cosmetics companies, has selected Qualtrics EmployeeXM™ to help the company improve employee well-being, productivity, and development as it continually embraces and delivers diverse working …

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Swiftsure yacht race, last boats arrive

When the Swiftsure Lightship Classic race ended on Sunday, Korina Korina – skippered by Washington State’s John Knudson – had won. The crew was made up of residents of Victoria and Washington states who came together to brave high winds and rough seas in a “fantastic” race, Victoria crew member …

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Utah’s mom climbing the tallest mountains in the world

(CNN) — In 1986, American businessman Richard Bass entered the record books by becoming the first to climb the “seven peaks”, the highest peaks on each continent. On this list are some of the most iconic mountains in the world: Denali in Alaska, Kilimanjaro in Tanzania and of course Mount …

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Advisory issued as ‘game-changing’ storm expected to bring snow to Utah mountains

A map showing where a winter weather advisory is in effect in Utah on Sunday and Monday. Up to a foot of snow is thrown, according to the National Weather Service (National Weather Service) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Memorial Day weekend may be the unofficial …

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A Utah man was ordered to tear up his new xeriscape landscaping by his HOA

LEHI, Utah (KSL TV) — While building a new home in Lehi, Jared Hadley was eager to heed calls to implement landscaping that uses little or no water. “We saw this as an opportunity to be like, hey, we could really make a difference in the environment,” he said. Hadley …

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🌱 Memorial Day Weekend Weather + Late Night Hotel Evacuation

Hello friends. It’s me, Joseph Peterson, your host for the Salt Lake City Daily – here to tell you all the most important things happening in our community today. Follow the latest news. First, today’s weather forecast: Cooler with a thunderstorm. High: 68 Low: 51. 🏡 Looking for more real …

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Four Power 5 teams available to open 2023 season with BYU

BYU and Tennessee were scheduled to kick off the 2023 season in Provo on September 2, 2023. This was to be BYU’s first game and first home game as a member of the Big 12 conference. It was supposed to be the rematch after BYU traveled to Rocky Top in …

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Utah groups donate minivans to Afghan families

Utah groups representing different faiths raised funds to purchase minivans for four Afghan families. (Tamara Vaifanua, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Afghan families who fled to Utah last fall are slowly assimilating to their new lives. One of the obstacles they face is getting around …

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‘My heart is breaking’: Utah politicians and officials react with grief to news of Texas school shooting

Law enforcement officers walk past Uvalde High School after gunshots were reported earlier in the day at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday in Uvalde, Texas. (William Luther, The San Antonio Express-News via AP) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah politicians, public figures and organizations are responding …

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Collin Chandler poses a hair challenge to Mark Pope

PROVO, Utah – BYU basketball fans won’t see Collin Chandler for two years. The announced Farmington High star, who won Gatorade Player of the Year honors, will serve a mission in Sierra Leone, West Africa, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints before moving on. enroll in BYU. …

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Reynoldsburg Schools Announce Ogden as New Superintendent

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (WCMH) — The City of Reynoldsburg Schools District has its new superintendent. Garilee Ogden was announced as the district’s new superintendent in a statement from the Reynoldsburg School Board on Tuesday. Teenager, 15, early graduate from Pickerington, heads to Ohio State University “[Garilee] Ogden impressed the board with …

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Utah Rep. Seegmiller drops out of District 73 race ahead of GOP primary

Incumbent Utah Rep. Travis Seegmiller has officially dropped out of the race for his district in the upcoming Republican primary on June 28, but his name will still appear on ballots due to a missed deadline, confirmed Seegmiller Monday. “I’m not running for re-election,” Seegmiller said in a text message …

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Utah will get hotter this week – near record high temperatures

But the heat wave isn’t expected to last long in northern Utah. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Utah Lake, as seen from Saratoga Springs on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. | May 23, 2022, 2:47 p.m. After significantly colder than normal temperatures last week, near-record heat is forecast for …

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Hiker ‘lucky to be alive’ after slipping on ice and stranding in Provo Canyon

Photo: North Fork Fire Department Facebook Page PROVO CANYON, Utah, May 22, 2022 (Gephardt Daily) — Rescue teams say a hiker who slipped on ice and was stranded on a cliff in Provo Canyon is “lucky to be alive “after being hoisted to safety on Sunday. “Our patient was in …

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Utah Warriors capitalize on mistakes to knock out Austin Gilgronis

SALT LAKE CITY – For the second time this season, underdogs Utah Warriors beat one of Major League Rugby’s best opponents, dropping Austin Gilgronis 22-8 on Saturday night. The Warriors (4-10, 26 points) returned to Zions Bank Stadium in Herriman, UT, where they hosted Austin Gilgronis (10-4, 48 points) on …

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UTA has planned new bus lines. Avenues residents worry about safety and home values

Alex Cragun first saw the flyer on his Neighborhood app. Someone received it in the mail and shared it on the social networking app, which connects people in their immediate communities. The flyer showed UTA’s new bus route plans for Salt Lake City avenues, which go into effect Aug. 7. …

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High school tennis: 3A state tournament results after Friday’s first two rounds

Class 3A State Tournament UHSAA support Note: The UHSAA is using RPI ratings to seed state tournaments for the first time this season. First singles First round (May 20) No 1 Lalith Suresh, Waterford bat. No. 16 Brayden Brinkerhoff, Providence Hall, 6-0, 6-0 No. 9 Jackson Toliver, Ogden beats. No …

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WAC Wizardry: NM State scores seven in ninth to beat Utah Valley

Next game: in the valley of Utah 05/20/2022 | 6:00 p.m. ESPN+ May. 20 (Friday) / 6:00 p.m. to Utah Valley Story The basics Game Fifty Score: New Mexico State 15, Utah Valley 14 Recordings: NM State (19-31, 9-19 WAC); Utah Valley (18-36; 9-19 CMA) …

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Utah murder suspect joins nephew in Salt Lake City robbery

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — The nephew of a man convicted in a double murder case that rocked Utah in 2020 has been arrested for stealing a 7-Eleven. The suspect, Albert Enoch Johnson, was originally charged in 2020 in 3rd District Court with two counts of first-degree felony aggravated murder, …

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Provo launches the Thousand Trees initiative this Saturday | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy of Central Utah Water Conservation District Trees and shrubs need a deep soak before the ground freezes. For more than three decades, Provo has been known, colloquially, as the city of trees USA Whether it’s shady East Center Street, along University Avenue, or the city’s many …

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The long-vacant Hinsdale building could do business

HINSDALE, IL — A business on Hinsdale’s Ogden Avenue may move a few blocks, filling a long-vacant building. Village officials said they would only approve a special use permit for a business that generates sales tax revenue for the village. At Tuesday’s village council meeting, trustees heard about Normandy’s plan …

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Utah lawmakers consider pipeline from Pacific Ocean to Great Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY – A legislative commission is floating the idea of ​​a pipeline to bring water from the Pacific Ocean into the Great Salt Lake. “There’s a lot of water in the ocean and we have very little in the Great Salt Lake,” said Sen. David Hinkins, R-Orangeville, who …

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Salt Lake streetwear and sneaker store seeks help after devastating burglary

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — After a devastating recent burglary, the owner of a streetwear and sneaker store is asking for help to stay open and catch those responsible. Austin Tate said around 11:30 p.m. on May 1, a surveillance camera captured two burglars breaking the …

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Five teams to chase for the 2023 non-conference opener

PROVO, Utah – Tennessee’s decision to opt out of the trip to Provo to play BYU football in 2023 left an opening. An opening that BYU did not expect. In January, AD Tom Holmoe said BYU was complete with non-conference schedules through 2027. So Holmoe and his department’s task was …

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Weber County election officials to open offices to public as primaries loom | News, Sports, Jobs

Tim Vandenack, Standard Examiner Weber County Clerk-Auditor Ricky Hatch, left, and County Elections Office Chief Lauren Shafer pose in front of a ballot scanning machine at the Ogden County Elections Office on Monday, May 16, 2022 . OGDEN – With the arrival of the June 28 primaries, …

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As Utah youth show more mental health issues, schools seek answers

There is a lot of speculation about what is causing the crisis in young people’s mental health. The pandemic has certainly played a role, but long-standing issues like social media usage and concerns about housing and food security are also contributing. “There are so many theories and it’s really hard …

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Salt Lake City police arrest man in fatal State Street stabbing case

The fatal stabbing is the fourth homicide in Salt Lake City this year. (Salt Lake City Police Department) Salt Lake City police are investigating a fatal stabbing near 1700 South and State Street. on Saturday May 14, 2022. | May 15, 2022, 3:57 p.m. | Update: 7:52 p.m. Salt Lake …

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‘No-bus zones’ likely to remain for 2022-23 school year in Carmel • Current Edition

Angie Provo felt a little uneasy when she learned – nine days before the start of the 2021 school year – that Carmel Clay Schools would no longer be providing buses to transport her third-grade student to and from Forest Dale Primary School. Because she and her husband both work …

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For Weber State softball, Arissa Henderson gets her MVP after all | News, Sports, Jobs

BRIAN WOLFER, Special to Standard Examiner Weber State pitcher Arissa Henderson prepares to pitch during the Big Sky Tournament Championship game against Sacramento State on Saturday, May 14, 2022 in Ogden. (BRIAN WOLFER, Special to Standard Examiner) OGDEN — The inner workings of college conference award …

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Utah football: O-line faces tough challenge in Florida season opener

Things didn’t start well for Utah’s offensive line in 2021, but by the end of the season, the O line was one of the strengths of the team that won the Pac-12 championship. Offensive line coach Jim Harding knows that heading into the 2022 campaign, having a cohesive, cohesive squad …

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🌱 Does SLC have the highest rental prices in the country? + No more school walkouts

Hello, people of Salt Lake City! Joseph Peterson here with the latest Salt Lake City Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and warmer. High: 77 Low: 53. Here are the top three stories in Salt Lake City today: The students of Five high schools in the Salt Lake City …

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What Utah’s “Dirty Soda” Craze Tells Us About Regional Isolation

There’s something comforting about the universality of soda. Any branded cola in the deep recesses of a California gas station freezer will taste nearly identical to its counterpart from a Kentucky soda fountain. The taste profile, meticulously crafted by chemists and flavor experts, has stood the test of time. In …

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Salt Lake woman admits selling fake COVID test results to airport travelers

A Salt Lake woman has pleaded guilty in federal court to selling false negative COVID-19 tests to travelers at Salt Lake City International Airport in 2021. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to selling false …

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Utah County lawyer travels to Ukraine to help anonymous donor find 500 families to support

Utah County District Attorney David Leavitt speaks during a news conference in Provo January 23, 2019. Leavitt is traveling to Ukraine to help an anonymous donor select 500 families to support for an entire year. (Kristin Murphy, KSL) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes PROVO – Utah County District Attorney David …

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Ogden Thai Buddhist Temple to Host Multicultural Event on Sunday | News, Sports, Jobs

Benjamin Zack, Standard Examiner File Photo Venerable Phramaha Suphat Sukyai discusses the upcoming Songkran festival at Wat Chaimongkolvararam Buddhist temple in Ogdengo on Tuesday, March 27, 2018. OGDEN – To celebrate Buddha’s birthday, Thai temple Wat Chaimongkolvararam is hosting a multicultural event on Sunday, May 15. The …

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Why Utah Democrats are backing Evan McMullin to beat Mike Lee

Jhe crowd at Cottonwood High School in Murray, Utah, last month was tense. Amid loud boos and scathing insults, Democrats hotly debated who to appoint to challenge U.S. Senator Mike Lee, whose loyalty to Donald Trump has alienated even some Republicans in his state. The safe option was Democrat Kael …

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Police identify victim found dead in South Salt Lake

SOUTH SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A man was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds outside a WinCo supermarket in South Salt Lake around midnight Tuesday morning. The victim, later identified as 27-year-old Romero Charles Stevens, was found at the intersection of Main Street and West Utopia Avenue (approximately 2200 …

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Humans of the U: Robert Olsen

“I grew up in Provo, Utah. After graduating from Provo High School, I attended Brigham Young University for two years while living at home. When I changed my major to architecture, I transferred to the University of Utah, where I graduated in 1966. At that time, the School of Architecture …

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Neighbors learn Ogden man allegedly went into hiding from 2019 Alaskan murder case

Ogden, Utah – Ogden residents are shocked after learning that their neighbor is an accused murderer who allegedly hid from police in Alaska for more than two and a half years. Several people living on Quincy Avenue knew or had seen Kirby Calderwood in the neighborhood and immediately recognized his …

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Utah Arts Review » Blog Archive » Utah Opera wraps up season with exuberant “Pirates of Penzance”

Craig Irvin (center) as the Pirate King in the Utah Opera production of Gilbert & Sullivan The Penzance Pirates. Photo: Douglas Carter Utah Opera’s current season – its first live operas since the Covid-19 pandemic began two years ago – began with a comedy and ends with a comedy. Like …

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Bee attack makes good progress after slow start

SALT LAKE CITY –Salt Lake’s offense shakes off a slow start to the season as pitchers continue their strong performance for the second-place Bees. After opening a nine-game homestand by winning two of three games against the visiting Round Rock Express, Salt Lake hosted the struggling Tacoma Rainiers in town …

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How a New Approach to Dental Care Saved a Utah Man’s Humanitarian Donation

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes BOUNTIFUL – Tyler Boyle believes he can always do better. Early each day, the 22-year-old Utah Jazz fanatic hits the sidewalk in his Bountiful neighborhood — sometimes sporting his Donovan Mitchell jersey — for a mile or six of cardio. “You can get stronger and …

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Illinois trucker found not guilty of sexually assaulting Salt Lake City woman

A jury trial for John Redmond, an Illinois trucker charged with sexually assaulting a woman who worked as an escort in Salt Lake City was held this week at the Matheson Courthouse. The jury has determined that Redmond is not guilty and he will be released from prison. (Kristin Murphy, …

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Other districts are now stepping up to help Weber Basin Water Conservancy

LAYTON, Utah — Weber Basin Water Conservancy District and its customers face extreme challenges amid Utah’s historic drought. None of Utah’s water agencies have a surplus. But, those who have more are ready to help Weber Basin Water, which needs it most. Weber Basin has only about 15% of its …

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Utah is becoming a hub for healthcare innovation

AAs more and more people gain a better understanding of the US healthcare system, urgency-driven regulatory change and innovation have been positioned to overcome the pitfalls in American healthcare. The emergence of a “work from anywhere” lifestyle has led to the discovery of a multitude of reorganization tactics. The healthcare …

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Egnyte Expands Presence with Opening of Salt Lake City Office | State News

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‘This is our home’: New director of player personnel brings Power 5 experience to BYU

BYU fans celebrate after winning an NCAA college football game against Utah at LaVell Edwards Stadium in Provo on Saturday, September 11, 2021. BYU won 26-17. (Shafkat Anowar, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes PROVO — Justin Anderson has a pretty straightforward way of describing his job as the …

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N’sider groups oppose the tattoo parlor

Some Jackson residents who live miles from The Junction object to the mall as the location of a tattoo studio. The center is the location of Target, The Home Depot, PetSmart and other retailers and where Jackson’s John Craig is looking to open a tattoo studio. The Sheffield Homeowners Association …

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Puppy Power Helps Utah Veterans Fight PTSD

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes ROY — Our military put their lives on the line for us, pushing themselves physically, mentally and emotionally to protect our freedoms. It is not uncommon for veterans returning to civilian life to sometimes face additional challenges. A Roy family with military and first responder …

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Utah leaders see decline of Great Salt Lake, decide what can be done to save it

SALT LAKE CITY — Lt. Gov. Deidre Henderson took lawmakers and state officials on a boat tour of the Great Salt Lake, drawing attention to the urgency of its decline. “It’s hard to appreciate how low it is when you haven’t seen it,” she said in a subsequent interview with …

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No BYU, Notre Dame is definitely not your friend (or your peer)

Is there anything sadder than unrequited love? For years, we’ve heard complaints and moans from the BYU Cougars about a schedule contract with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. There was a six-game contract signed before 2011 which allowed the Irish to play two of those games in Provo. That’s obviously …

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On Biomarker Mapping Toilets and Stranger Technologies

AAs we head into another scorching summer and Jen Shah’s “not guilty” merchandise drops — not to mention the inevitable eerie sightings at Skinwalker Ranch — sit back, relax, and take a minute to embrace the ridiculousness that is. reality. Speaking of which, can BYU students please, please, stop cooking …

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Salt Lake and Sapporo headed for Olympics in 2030 and maybe 34

Fraser Bullock, who is leading Salt Lake City’s bid to bring the Winter Olympics back to Utah, seems very confident of success. “I think we will organize one or more future games. It’s a question of when,” he said last week in an interview with local television. But will it …

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After nearly 3 years, BYU women’s rugby breaks through for ‘repeatable’ national title

BYU players celebrate a try against Central Washington during a game, Oct. 16, 2021 in Provo. The Cougars captured a second straight CRAA Division I spring championship on Saturday with an 80-7 victory over Virginia Tech in Houston. (Rebeca Fuentes, Photo BYU) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes PROVO — For …

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Gary A. Harrop | News, Sports, Jobs

1940 — 2022 Our hearts are saddened by the passing of our amazing, wonderful, and valiant husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather, Gary A. Harrop, who passed away April 27, 2022. He was born March 21, 1940 in Ogden, UT to Richard “Bill” and Mildred Stromberg Harrop. …

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Top 5 Most Popular Burger Restaurants In Salt Lake City, Utah | restaurant review

This list is based on feedback from previous customers. Unsplash 5. Good burger They are here to change the way people perceive food by revolutionizing the burger world. They give you the best burger you’ve ever had while keeping it simple. It’s 100% real beef, 100% delicious, with the taste …

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How the Interior’s $1 Million Grant Helps Avoid ‘Catastrophic’ Great Salt Lake Wetland Problems

Tundra swans fly through wetlands near the Great Salt Lake on February 17. It is estimated that three-quarters of continental tundra swans use the Great Salt Lake wetlands each year. These wetlands are the focus of a project that received a federal grant on Wednesday. (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) …

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Spanish Fork Chamber of Commerce’s new CEO has big plans for the community | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy of Randi Kaufman, RK Creative Studios Kathleen Leavitt is the new CEO of the Spanish Fork/Salem Region Chamber of Commerce. Provo resident Kathleen Leavitt recently accepted the position of CEO and President of the Spanish Fork/Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. The chamber officially opened the …

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Utah Jazz: Season ends with tough decisions looming

A clean look at the very end – a chance for the Utah Jazz to win and tie the series. The grip, the dribble and the side step – all the hope of this jazz team which flies through the air in one fell swoop. The ball hits the back …

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Utah’s political leaders face pressure to act quickly to save the Great Salt Lake

SALT LAKE CITY — The projection that the Great Salt Lake could hit a new record high this year is pressuring Utah’s political leaders to do more to protect the massive body of water. Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson confirmed to FOX 13 News that she will take state officials and …

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What we learned from taking public transport for a day

This story is part of the Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identifying solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. [Subscribe to our newsletter here] The sky was gray, the air was cold and we had a bus to catch. I stood at a bus …

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Charles Town Middle Builders Hosts BOE Candidate Forum | Journal-news

The Charles Town Middle Builders Club held a forum for candidates for the Jefferson County Board of Education virtually Tuesday night, with Laurie Ogden, Kathy Skinner, Carmen Taylor-Bratton, Andrea Elliot and Joyce Smith all taking time to answer questions from young people voters. All candidates were invited to participate in …

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University of Utah 2022 Early Returns – In-Person

The University of Utah’s Class of 2022 celebration will take place in person after two years of pomp and virtual circumstances necessitated by the coronavirus pandemic. The 153rd the general debut will be at 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 5 at the Jon M. Huntsman Center. In-person university convocations will …

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Biden grants clemency to 2 Utahns convicted of drug crimes

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — For the first time in his tenure in the Oval Office, President Joe Biden exercised his clemency powers for 78 people on Tuesday, granting pardons to three people and commuting sentences for 75 people. Of those who received commutations, two are …

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Fun on Utah Valley Trails Should Include Responsible Use, Says Guardian | News, Sports, Jobs

This undated photo shows part of the Valley Vista trails in the foothills of Pleasant Grove. This undated photo shows part of the Valley Vista trails in the foothills of Pleasant Grove. Courtesy of Jason Cowley This undated photo shows part of the Valley Vista …

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