Seven surprising Utah alcohol quirks you didn’t know about

Ask any other state what it knows about Utah and up there, with its snow-capped mountains, more than likely lies our infamous liquor laws – some of the most conservative in the United States. For reference, you can find the complete guide to Utah’s alcoholic beverage laws here. We update …

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The 10 best cities for remote workers

The pandemic has opened the floodgates for teleworking. Now that workers are used to the flexibility of telecommuting and the fact that one in three jobs can be done remotely, it’s hard to see companies go back to the days before the pandemic. In April, three of the four workers …

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Utah Alcohol Deaths Doubled During Pandemic | Transport

SALT LAKE CITY – Transportation officials reported nearly twice as many people died in alcohol-related crashes on Utah roads last year compared to the previous year, despite less traffic from suburbs during the coronavirus pandemic. The state Department of Transportation said there were 61 fatal accidents involving alcohol last year, …

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The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: Mountain Division Sneak Peek

Freshmen are coming to campus and media days are looming on the horizon. With college football magazines already on the shelves, it’s time for more predictions. This week we will be taking a look at the Mountain Division. Good: Boise State Not only do the Broncos have a new head …

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