University of Utah student killed at Salt Lake City motel

A 19-year-old University of Utah student was killed Friday in what police are calling a domestic violence situation. The woman, an international student from China, was found dead in a Salt Lake City motel room, police said. She is the second Chinese student at the U. to be killed in …

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Google Nest Thermostat feature leads to copyright issue and costs company $20 million

Google Nest Thermostat suffers from various issues. In January, the search engine giant was accused of infringing on Sonos’ patented technologies for wireless speaker innovation. (Photo: Photographic illustration by George Frey/Getty Images)PROVO, UT – JANUARY 16: In this photo a Nest thermostat is being adjusted in a home on January …

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Lynda Cleverly Obituary (1939 – 2022) – Ogden, UT

Lynda Blanch artfullyApril 1, 1939 ~ February 6, 2022Lynda Blanch Cleverly, 82, died at her home on Sunday, February 6, 2022, following a long illness, surrounded by her family. Lynda was born on April 1, 1939 in Ogden, Utah, the daughter of Ralph Anthony and Edna Louise Sharp Blanch. She …

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Utah basketball: Better days may be ahead for Runnin’ Utes

This article was first published in the Ute Insiders newsletter. Sign up to receive the newsletter in your inbox every Wednesday evening. The infamous streak is over. The Runnin’ Utes finally ended their program-record 10-game losing streak last week with an 84-59 victory over another struggling team, Oregon State. Could …

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Dianne Davey Obituary (1940 – 2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

Dianne Henderson Davey 1940~2022 Dianne was born in Salt Lake City on December 10, 1940 to Adrienne Nielsen Henderson and Franklin Thomas Henderson. She grew up on the west side of Salt Lake until they moved to Bountiful where she attended and graduated from Bountiful High School. After high school, …

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Provo School Board discusses school link and name in work session | News, Sports, Jobs

Evan Cobb, Daily Herald file photo The Provo City School District Administration Building is pictured Monday, April 2, 2018 in Provo. The Provo City School Board provided an update on the bond sale at its Tuesday meeting and discussed the bond sale, updated its existing Chromebook policy …

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Ogden Valley man hopes to start new party to challenge Senator Mike Lee | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 3 Mike Seguin discusses his efforts to create the Utah Bull-Moose Party at the offices of the Standard-Examiner on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. He hopes to run for the U.S. Senate under the party’s banner. Tim Vandenack, Standard Examiner 2 / 3 The Utah Bull-Moose party …

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Advocates identify gaps in domestic and sexual violence resources, push for legislation to help

Christa Lynn Luckenbach plants a flag during a purple flag-laying event at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City on Oct. 17, 2020. Domestic violence advocates gathered at the State Capitol on Tuesday to demand more funding and of resources amid increased needs. (Yukai Peng, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 …

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Salt Lake City to host LGBTQ+ softball tournament in 2023

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – A softball tournament for the LGBTQ+ community is coming to Salt Lake City in 2023. The North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) will host the tournament, titled the NAGAAA Cup, at the Salt Lake Regional Athletic Complex from May 26-28, 2023. FOLLOWING: Gay V …

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Keeping Iconic Bands Alive: Provo Hosts Beatles Tribute Band

A Beatles fan shows up two hours early to watch a performance by tribute band Imagine: Remembering the Fab Four in Provo. Even though the original band broke up over 50 years ago, people around the world still have the chance to experience the essence of the musicians through tribute …

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Another form of racial segregation

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – In 2022, many would-be home buyers are being pushed off the market due to soaring prices, but did you know that for decades Utahns could be denied homes because of their race? ? Over the past year, researchers at Weber State University have begun digging into …

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USC vs. Utah – Game Preview – February 9, 2022

The USC Trojans (9-11, 9-0 Pac-12) will look to snap a five-game losing streak when they visit the Utah Utes (13-7, 4-4 Pac-12) on Wednesday, February 9, 2022. game airs at 4:00 p.m. ET. Utah beat Washington State 72-66 in the team’s last outing on Sunday. Brynna Maxwell scored a …

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Man arrested after carjacking attempt in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY – A 29-year-old man was arrested on Saturday after police say he tried to steal another man’s car in Salt Lake City at knifepoint before making threatening gestures at officers . According to the probable cause statement, the man saw an individual sitting in a car at …

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Nell Nolan: Rex – Founders Ball; Ogden “O” What a night! | Parties/Society

The art of matter Royal longevity “The exhibit is simply stunning,” said Catherine Bohwho has the double distinction within the “family” of the Rex Organization of being the wife of a king, the late Robert H. Boh, and mother of His Majesty in 2019, Robert S.Boh. She was praising the …

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Trade target that could help Utah Jazz perimeter defense

With less than a week to go before the NBA trade deadline, a mountain of pressure faces Utah Jazz. As built, this team doesn’t have the tools to make a run for a Larry O’Brian trophy. Their issues with perimeter defense, depth and big backup play proved too crippling for …

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Salt Lake man pleads guilty to 2018 murder of his stepfather

Charles Anthony Petrie pleaded guilty on Friday to manslaughter in the stabbing death of his stepfather in early 2018 while the man was in bed. (Salt Lake County Jail) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — A Salt Lake man pleaded guilty Friday to killing his stepfather, Johnny …

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Dixie Sun News » DSU Women’s Swim Team Claims Victory Over Idaho

Akalia Bostock, is a second-year exercise science student from Provo. Bostock managed to earn a victory for the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:54.93 in their game against the University of Idaho on January 29. Photo courtesy of Marketing & Communication University The Dixie State University women’s swim team …

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Stiles pierces the buzzer-beater to lift Lady Griz past Weber State on Thursday – Skyline Sports

THE GAME Montana Lady Griz took a 10-day hiatus due to pandemic-related postponements before hosting Weber State on Thursday night in Missoula. The last time Montana took the field, UM fell 73-59 to rival Montana State. UM lost 66-56 in Ogden, Utah to Weber State on New Years Day in …

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How to Collect Unclaimed Money from the Utah Unclaimed Property Division

The state of Utah is sitting on millions of dollars, and some of it could be yours. Utah’s unclaimed property division received $66.7 million in lost property in 2021, stemming from dormant bank accounts, overpaid medical bills, uncashed checks and unpaid insurance benefits. That’s on top of the $370 million …

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Salt Lake City is responsible for an inordinate share of apartment buildings

Despite having about 18% of the county’s population, Salt Lake City accounts for almost half of the authorized apartment projects. And while it seems impossible that all of these new buildings in the city center will be full, the vacancy rate in the thousands of newly built rental units remains …

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Fitzsimmons, Max 1934-2022 Provo, Utah | Obituary

PROVO, Utah – Robert “Max” Fitzsimmons, 87, died Jan. 30, 2022 at his home in Provo, Utah. Max was born May 15, 1934 to Athol and Juanita Walker Fitzsimmons in rural Darlington, Missouri. Max grew up on farms in the Gentry, Missouri area, graduated from Albany High School in Albany, …

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6 Weber County Senior Candidates for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos provided Six applicants from Weber County high schools were selected for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. They are, in the top row, Fisher Cooper and Wyatt Smith from Fremont High School and Camryn Sheen from Weber High School. Those pictured in the bottom row, from left, …

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Utah State crushes Air Force for third straight win, 73-46

LOGAN, Utah (ABC4 Sports) — Utah State is kicking off at the right time. Brandon Horvath had 17 career points, nine rebounds and seven assists to help lead the Aggies to a 73-46 rout of Air Force as the Aggies won their third game since. line. Justin Bean also had …

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Joyce Metcalf Obituary (2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

Joyce Hawkes Metcalf 1933~2022 Salt Lake City, UT—Our Mother Angel, Joyce Hawkes Metcalf, passed away peacefully at her home after sustaining a head injury from a fall. She returned to her loving Heavenly Parents on Friday, January 28, 2022 at the age of 88. Our father, Robert W. Metcalf, preceded …

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Harmon Brothers’ Hilarious ‘Mortgage Genie’ Campaign Heralds Tech-Driven Homebuying Revolution

“As record numbers of Americans adapted to the new trend of remote work arrangements during the pandemic – and were able to relocate – many quickly discovered that the mortgage process was anything but new or updated. “, said Daniel Harmon, Creative Director at Harmon Brothers. “That’s why we were …

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Start of construction of the Double Track NWI project

The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) announced that it has issued a Notice of Commencement to the Walsh/Herzog joint venture for construction of the Double Track Northwest Indiana (DT-NWI) project. The notice to proceed marks the start of construction work on a second track, which will eliminate train interference …

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Miss Utah is more than a pretty face: Her story inspires and unites women across the state

(Good Things Utah) – Today on the show, Trina Kinyon, who was crowned Ms. Utah 2022 in November, sat down with Surae Chinn and Chris Thresher of The Advocates at Driggs, Bills & Day to share her inspirational story and what led to him entering the Utah pageantry system. The …

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‘The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ Season 2, Episode 19

you have all seen The Jinx, to the right? Otherwise, stop reading here. Make your way to the hellscape of HBO Max UX/UI and find out – spoiler alert if you’re someone who believes in spoilers for IRL events – Robert Durst confessing to multiple murders because he couldn’t stop …

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All-round athlete Charles “Chika” Ebunoha commits to BYU football

After an official visit to BYU this weekend, Charles “Chika” Ebunoha announced on Instagram that he had signed up with the Cougars. Ebunoha is an all-around athlete from Tuscon, Arizona. He played both sides of football for Marana High School last season, but was drafted by BYU as a defensive …

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Obituary of Gerald “Jerry” Charles Barron

Gerald “Jerry” Charles Barron Gerald “Jerry”, Charles Barron, 62, of Adrian, formerly of Temperance and Newport, MI, died Thursday, January 27, 2022. He will be inducted Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at Ogden Church, Adrian, MI, of 10 AM until services at 11 a.m. Pastor Brandon Rickard will officiate. Cremation will …

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Why Utah requires an ethics course before you can go ‘shed hunting’

An all-terrain vehicle loaded with fallen timber collected from the Utah wilderness in 2009. People must now complete a Utah wilderness timber collection ethics course between Feb. April 15. (Randall Stilson via Utah DWR) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Late winter and early spring is a …

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Utah officials want to bring the Olympics back to Salt Lake City – but they won’t be able to make their case in person in Beijing

50 positive cases were found in the bubble, scuttling the local group’s plans less than a week before departure (Jae C. Hong | AP) Olympic workers in hazmat suits work at a credential validation desk at Beijing Capital International Airport ahead of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics on Monday, Jan. …

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No. 23 Utah State Gymnastics Records Season-High 196,450 Against No. 21 BYU

PROVO, Utah– For the second time in as many competitions, Utah State’s No. 23 gymnastics team notched their best score of the season. Despite that, the Aggies know they still have a lot to do. Behind eight top-three rankings, including two by freshman Brie Clarksecond Brianna Brooks and junior Rebecca …

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Schmaltz Deli heads for Ogden Avenue in Lisle

Above / For months customers of Schmaltz Delicatessen have been anticipating moving day when the well-known restaurant moves to a larger space at 3011 Ogden Avenue in Lisle. Moving trucks were in front of Schmaltz Delicatessen at Tower Crossings on Wednesday January 26, but PN columnist and independent business owner …

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Vikings drop Heartbreaker in final seconds in southern Utah

Next game: Northern Arizona 01/29/2022 | 6 p.m. Jan. 29 (Sat) / 6 p.m. Northern Arizona CEDAR CITY, Utah— Thursday night was all but an end for the Portland State women’s basketball team. Playing their best basketball since restarting their season on Jan. 15, the Vikings pushed a Southern Utah …

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J. Martinez Obituary (2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

J. Tom Martinez 1940~2022 Pleasant Grove, UT—My beloved and devoted husband, Tom Martinez, passed away peacefully at his home of natural causes on January 24, 2022. He was born in Dixon, New Mexico on March 25, 1940, to Mary Lopez and Jose Martinez. His grandfather moved the family to Ogden, …

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With the emergence of the BYU bench, is Trevin Knell a long-term starter?

Knell sees himself as a starter, but tries not to focus on “the bad stuff”. (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Brigham Young Cougars guard Trevin Knell (21) tries to shoot around Gonzaga Bulldogs forward Corey Kispert (24), during basketball action from the West Coast Conference between the Brigham …

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Robert Blakley Obituary (1948 – 2022) – Ogden, UT

gone fishingRobert F Blakley passed away on January 24, 2022 from esophageal cancer surrounded by his family. Bob or Stubby as those who loved him called him was born in Ogden on February 29, 1948 to Lyle Blakley and Verla Walker Blakley. He attended Weber County Schools and Weber State …

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Rural Utah calls for more incentives and exemptions for film production

A cabin inside the Thousands Peaks Ranch, where the television series ‘Yellowstone’ was filmed, is pictured in Oakley, Summit County, December 2, 2021. A Utah bill is said to be proposed to exempt certain rural productions from the film incentive ceiling. Schedule each fiscal year. (Shafkat Anowar, Deseret News) Estimated …

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Clean Slate Law will be implemented in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Destiny Garcia was homeless and battling addiction when she was arrested in 2017. “I’m a woman in long-term recovery from heroin and meth use,” says Garcia, “I was thrown in jail with 13 warrants and went through treatment. After that, I finished my treatment, graduated …

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Out-of-town police presence part of Park City’s peak traffic mitigation plan

It is not uncommon to see a Summit County Sheriff or Utah Highway Patrol vehicle driving through Park City. After all, there is a lot of overlap between their responsibilities and those of the Park City Police Department. What’s less common is seeing police cruisers from as far away as …

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Relief? Weber County’s COVID-19 Caseload May Begin to Drop Soon | News, Sports, Jobs

TIM VANDENACK, Standard Examiner Maj. Spencer Lowe of the Utah Army National Guard inspects vaccination equipment at a COVID-19 vaccination clinic Tuesday, July 13, 2021, at West Ogden Park. OGDEN – The new number of COVID-19 cases may soon begin to decline in Weber and Morgan counties, the chief of …

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Biden’s first year in the White House? Utah Reps Owens and Moore weigh in

SALT LAKE CITY — During a two-hour press conference Wednesday at the White House, President Joe Biden extolled the accomplishments of his first year in office. Later, Inside Sources host Boyd Matheson asked both Utah Republican Representatives Burgess Owens, 4th Congressional District, and Blake Moore, 1st Congressional District, their views …

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More women elected in Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — When it comes to women in American politics, men hold far more elected positions than women. In Utah, the gender gap is a bit wider. But in this latest election, a change has started to happen with more and more women mayors taking office – many …

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Weber State changes structure to increase campus diversity

Weber State University in Ogden on Tuesday announced its biggest change to the school’s organizational structure in nearly 30 years. It consolidates five existing programs, centers and offices into a new division called Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes OGDEN — In the …

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TSA breaks record for gun discoveries in 2021 and SLC

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4) – As gun laws ease in Utah and several other states across the country, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is beginning to see more and more violations of firearms regulations. In 2021, TSA agents at Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC) detected 115 firearms in …

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Utah man gets probation after pleading guilty to stealing checks from Idaho mailboxes

A Salt Lake City man who pleaded guilty to stealing checks, including one apparently for rent, has been sentenced to felony probation in Idaho. (Jiri Hubatka, Alamy) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes POCATELLO — A Salt Lake City man who pleaded guilty to stealing checks, including one apparently for rent, …

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Madonna’s quick start key to CCHS win | News, Sports, Jobs

Michael D. McElwain DRIVING THE PAINT – Madonna’s Santo Dobraska drives the paint past Catholic Central’s Evan Long during Friday’s game. STEUBENVILLE — Madonna scored the first 16 points in her match with Catholic Central Friday and earned a 63-34 triumph inside Mickey Barber Gymnasium. Anthony Mascio, Matt Amaismeier and …

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Reva Ferre (1925 – 2022) Obituaries – Orem, UT

Reva Sargent Ferre died on January 19, 2022, at the age of 96. Reva was born on March 29, 1925 in Kanab, Utah. She was the eldest daughter of Frank Moyle Sargent and Eliza Swapp. She grew up in the southern Utah towns of Kanab, Delta, Enterprise and Cedar City …

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Utah Taco Recipe: How to Make a Utah Taco

Everyone makes a taco differently. And now we have a look at how Utahans make their tacos. The news: A team from Gurney’s, a seed and nursery company, recently looked at how each state takes its taco. The team surveyed more than 2,500 Americans about their dream taco. Americans were …

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Utah basketball: 3 keys to No. 9 UCLA’s gutsy 63-58 win over the Utes

Snow fell outside the Huntsman Center Thursday night, and the No. 9-ranked UCLA Bruins nearly fell inside. Emphasis on “almost”. The Runnin’ Utes scared UCLA as nine-point underdogs but fell just short, losing 63-58 at Salt Lake City to suffer their seventh straight loss. Here are 3 keys to UCLA’s …

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BYU Football: Cougars are open to adding another QB if it’s the right solution

Is BYU in the market for a quarterback out of the transfer gate? This question has been asked over and over again at Provo since 2020 and 2021, backup quarterback Baylor Romney announced on New Years Eve that he was leaving BYU and former BYU rookie Jaxson Dart announced he …

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Acclaimed duo Jamestown Revival in Ogden and Aggie at the end of the month

Jamestown Revival ‘Young Man’ album cover. Photo of Jamestown Revival. Extra, Extra! Read all about it! Jamestown Revival will be at Ogden Theater in Denver on January 27 THEN in Aggie Theater in Fort Collins on the 29th! Bandmates Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance are currently on tour in support …

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Utah’s population will grow by 2.2 million in 2060, report says

SALT LAKE CITY — A new report projects that Utah’s population will reach 5.5 million people by 2060, while doubling the number of households in the state. The report “Long-term planning projections” of the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah also shows that the state will …

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How the Legislature Wants to Overturn Mask Mandates in Utah

An attempt to abolish local mask mandates is underway through the Utah Legislature, with leading GOP lawmakers decrying public health measures as the government goes too far. On the first day of the 2022 session, the state Senate took a party vote to approve a resolution that would end ordinances …

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Paris Hilton raves about ‘incredible’ married life and honeymoon highlights

Paris Hilton is back from her long honeymoon after marrying Carter Reum in November! Waiting for your permission to load Instagram media. “Extra’s” Terri Seymour spoke to Paris, who is ready for fans to watch her wedding unfold on “Paris in Love.” Along with saying the married life is “amazing,” …

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Utah lawmakers form diversity and inclusion task force for K-12 students

Rep. Sandra Hollins, D-Salt Lake City, is one of the lawmakers who helped launch a diversity and inclusion program at K-12 schools in Utah. (Shafkat Anowar, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah leaders will announce the creation of a new task force that will …

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Mayor’s proposal to cut new land for the homeless to Planning Commission, which says ‘not without a plan’

Under the ticking of the city’s six-month moratorium on any new homeless shelters, announced by Mayor Erin Mendenhall in October, the Planning Commission last week heard the administration’s case for the next stage of revising its zoning code regarding homeless shelters and homeless resource centers. Things did not go well …

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Sally Finch Obituaries (1934 – 2022) – Orem, UT

Sara (Sally) Tueller Finch passed away peacefully on January 8, 2022, with her family by her side at her home in Wilmington, Delaware.Born and raised in Provo, Utah, the daughter of Elvena and Walter Tueller, Sally enjoyed 67 years of marriage to her college sweetheart, David G. Finch. Dave and …

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Celine Dion cancels her North American tour, including a stopover in Utah, for health reasons

through: Yan Kaner, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Job : January 15, 2022 / 11:12 p.m. MST / Update: January 15, 2022 / 11:12 p.m. MST WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE WITH ANDY COHEN — Episode 16187 — Pictured: Celine Dion — (Photo by: Charles Sykes/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) LAS VEGAS …

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Celine Dion cancels her US/Canada tour, including SLC

SALT LAKE CITY — Celine Dion has delivered bad news for her fans who were planning to see her perform live at Vivint Arena in March — as well as more than a dozen other locations. The singer announced on Saturday that the remaining shows of the North American leg …

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Another woman charged in Lakeland DUI crash that killed fishing captain

LAKELAND — After a second woman was charged this week in November’s fatal I-4 crash that killed a popular fishing captain, the man’s longtime partner said she had l feel like I’ve lost “a piece of my soul”. “I lost the love of my life on November 24, 2021,” said …

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Prep basketball roundup: Oliverson 3 at buzzer gives Ogden boys victory at South Summit | News, Sports, Jobs

KAMAS — Jace Oliverson hit a 3-pointer at the overtime buzzer to give Ogden High boys basketball a dramatic 61-58 overtime win at South Summit on Friday night. Oliverson led the Tigers (7-6, 1-1 Region 13) with 15 points on five 3-pointers. Assisting the game-winning shot, Alex Howard, scored 14 …

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3 Potentially Available Big Men Utah Jazz Should Consider

Utah Jazz Center Rudy Gobert (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports) The Utah Jazz have been in a tough spot lately. A combination of general injuries and health and safety protocols delighted the team. So much so that in their last contest they were forced to start 6’5 Royce O’Neale at center. …

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How Entrata Founder’s Anti-Semitic Emails Could Bring Positive Change

Could one man’s hateful rantings prove to be a catalyst for elevating the Utah business community to a new level of understanding and conduct when it comes to issues of bigotry and intolerance? Last week, former Utah tech entrepreneur Dave Bateman sent a disturbing and anti-Semitic email to dozens of …

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Orem’s Hillcrest Park Gets Architect and Starts Using Parts of School | News, Sports, Jobs

New sign designating Orem’s Hillcrest Park. The Hillcrest Park gymnasium has been cleaned up and is now in use. Courtesy of the City of Orem New sign designating Orem’s Hillcrest Park. Residents of the Hillcrest neighborhood of Orem are starting to see signs that a city park will soon be …

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Mayors Show Camaraderie and Look to Future Growth | Local news

The Hardin County Chamber of Commerce kicked off its first Membership Luncheon for the New Year on Wednesday, welcoming mayors from the county’s three largest cities to reflect on 2021 and provide a glimpse of what’s to come. One thing the three discussed in common was Ford’s $ 5.8 billion …

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How a Utah pocket confronts the word ‘Dixie’ | Across America

Deven Osborne aspired to play college football. The high school student, an extended wide receiver who lived in the Los Angeles area, was hoping he could achieve his goal when a Dixie State University football coach invited him to visit the school in St. George, In. ‘Utah. Osborne was intrigued …

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Brent McReynolds Obituary (1951 – 2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

Brent J McReynolds 1951 ~ 2022 Brent J McReynolds, passed away peacefully on January 8, 2022, where he joined his parents J. Ray & Elaine Fay McReynolds. Brent was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 5, 1951. He attended West High School Class of 1969 and immediately began …

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Weber County’s COVID-19 count rises, but mask’s warrant is not in sight | News, Sports, Jobs

Screenshot of the Weber County Commission online meeting Weber-Morgan Health Department Director Brian Cowan in a screenshot of an online call on Monday, Jan.10, 2022, with Weber County Commissioners on the COVID-19 workload in the Weber and Morgan counties. OGDEN – As across state and nation, the Number of COVID-19 …

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Will the Utah legislature revoke Salt Lake County’s mask mandate?

Lawmakers gave themselves the power to override local governments last year. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Millcreek Community Library at 2266 E. Evergreen Ave. | January 10, 2022, 11:06 p.m. While it looks like the Republican supermajority in Salt Lake County Council may not have enough votes to …

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Pioneer Park is about to get more funds from the city. Didn’t they just do that?

Despite a widely recognized need for more park space downtown, the city is aiming for more money at Pioneer Park, a 10-acre square postage stamp in a long-standing neighborhood in transition in the downtown southwest. -city. Pioneer Park has raised over $ 3 million in impact fees and budget sweeteners …

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GATHERING IN THE WEST | The study indicates the high cost of extreme heat; NM Pot Industry Gets New Rules | Energy & Environment

ARIZONA Study shows high costs of extreme heat in Phoenix PHOENIX – Extreme heat is expensive. That’s the conclusion of a study presented Dec. 6 by The Nature Conservancy, which commissioned a review of the costs of rising temperatures in Phoenix. Together with infrastructure consultancy firm AECOM, the environmental non-profit …

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Tri Cities Civil War Roundtable Presents Rare Wednesday Program | Sunday Stories

Submitted by Wayne Strong The Tri Cities Civil War Roundtable will welcome Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park historian Jim Ogden to Kingsport for a rare Wednesday night program. Ogden will present “Wauhatchie: The Rise of the 11th and 12th Corps to War in the West” on January 12 at …

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Sabonis blasts Jazz for 42 points as Pacers dominate Utah, 125-113

INDIANAPOLIS (ABC4 Sports) – One night after missing eight of its best players, most of the regulars came back, but the Jazz still couldn’t clinch the victory. Domantas Sabonis scored a career-high 42 points on 18 of 22 shots to lead the Indiana Pacers to a 125-113 victory over the …

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Unstable weather to start, dry conditions to end the weekend

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Have a nice weekend! We’re a little worried for a Saturday as a weak storm sweeps through the state. A few showers of rain in the valley and snow in the mountains are expected in the morning, but after a cold front, cooler air will …

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‘I’m really angry’: friend of Utah woman killed in helicopter crash in Tennessee speaks out

Julianne “Juli” Wagner, 36, of Utah, was killed in a helicopter crash in Tennessee on December 29. Police said the pilot was a man who was not licensed to fly on bail in Utah. (Family photo) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Friends of Utah woman killed …

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Rich Stoney | News, Sports, Jobs

1954 – 2022 Fielding, UT – Rich Stoney passed away on Saturday, January 1, 2022. Rich was born on December 8, 1954 to Dorene Stoney (Bill Stoney) in Ogden, UT. He grew up in Harrisville, UT, where he attended Weber High School. He married his high school best friend and …

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Utah Utes basketball drops 14 points to fall to Washington for fourth loss in five games

Utah led by 14 points with 14:16 remaining in the game. January 6, 2022, Salt Lake City, Utah: The University of Utah Utes basketball team faces the Washington Huskies at the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, January 6, 2022. (Photo by Nick Grace / …

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🌱 1,400 new homes at Sugar House + U’s new security manager

Hello, people of Salt Lake City! It’s me again, Joseph Peterson, your Salt Lake City Daily host. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: A little sun, then clouds. High: 48 Low: 33. Here are the 4 best stories in Salt Lake City today: the Sugar house district …

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City of Provo leaders pass joint environmental resolution to protect Utah Lake

A proposed restoration project on Lake Utah has led environmental groups in Utah County to raise awareness of the ecological impacts it could have on the water body. the Lake Utah Restoration Project proposes to dredge the bottom of the lake to build artificial islands. The project aims to create …

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Ogden sees increase in fires caused by homeless people

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – In June, an apartment building under construction caught fire in Ogden. Dry conditions and high winds quickly spread the blaze which destroyed several nearby homes. Shortly after the fire was brought under control, the Ogden Fire Department concluded it was man-made. However, a suspect has still …

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Davis School District partners with community leaders to fight racism

FARMINGTON Utah. (ABC4) – The Davis School District is partnering with leaders such as First Lady of Utah Abby Cox, Col. Jenise Carroll, the installation commander at Hill Air Force Base and the County Commissioner of Davis, Bob Stevenson, to Address Racism in Schools and the Community. Each partner brings …

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Utah forecast predicts snowstorm to hit drivers on Wednesday

Don’t put the snow shovels away yet and be prepared for a potentially messy drive along the Wasatch Front on Wednesday, as more storms will affect northern Utah through Thursday. Light snow is already falling in parts of northern Utah and is expected to increase in intensity steadily through Thursday …

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Sodalicious and other soda stores are proliferating in the west

Sodalicious has 25 points of sale and is looking to double its locations in the coming years. In the photo is … [+] the location of Millcreek, Utah. Sydney kang In Utah, Arizona, and Idaho, soda stores, such as Sodalicious, Swig, and Fiiz, have mushroomed. Located in states known as …

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Mask tenure returns after Manhattan school board vote

MANHATTAN (KSNT) – The Manhattan-Ogden USD 383 School District Board met on Monday evening to discuss the possibility of applying a mask warrant in light of the recent increase in COVID cases. Manhattan changes mask requirements for city-operated buildings The board welcomed Dr Ryan Knopp and Dr Kate Dove from …

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Former Seminole makes NBA debut with Utah Jazz

On New Years Eve, former FSU captain Trent Forrest took his professional first steps for Utah Jazz. Forrest, who was signed as an undrafted free agent in November 2020, started in place of an injured Joe Ingles. Forrest clocked 21 minutes and finished with 4 points, 3 assists and 3 …

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Top 5 weather events for 2021

SALT LAKE CITY – It has been a year of extreme weather conditions across the state. From extreme drought conditions and record heat to extensive flash flooding under torrential rains. Utah experienced a variety of weather conditions to make 2021 a year to remember. Here’s how we ranked the Top …

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Date confirmed for 2022 ECU road trip to BYU

East Carolina’s 2022 non-conference game at BYU is scheduled for Saturday, October 29, a spokesperson for the ECU’s sports department confirmed over the weekend. The Pirates are set to play BYU in the 2022 season, when both schools initially announced a new two-game streak in 2017.15 to host a home …

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Stanley McKinnon “Mac” Wilson III | News, Sports, Jobs

August 24, 1958 – December 29, 2021 Stanley McKinnon “Mac” Wilson III, 63, passed away peacefully at his home on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. He was born on August 24, 1958 in Ogden, Utah, to Stanley McKinnon, Jr. and Maria Joyce Hopkins Wilson. He graduated from Weber High School Class …

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Utah ‘millionaire’ imposed deadline on kidnapping victim to ‘love him or be killed’, police say

A self-proclaimed “millionaire” medical cannabis tycoon in Utah has been accused of detaining a woman against her will for weeks inside his home, repeatedly beating her and using a knife to carve number six in her hand – supposedly representing the six months she must have “loved him or be …

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Downtown SLC Gets Big For New Years Eve

SALT LAKE CITY – Following last year’s mostly virtual celebration, The Gateway will grow up on New Years Eve for downtown Salt Lake City’s biggest New Years event, “Last Hurray!” “The Gateway is one of the best destination resorts there is in Utah,” said Matthew Minichino, vice president of Carver …

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“It’s time for me to move on,” says BYU QB Baylor Romney in farewell message

BYU quarterback Baylor Romney (16) looks to pitch during the first half of the Independence Bowl NCAA college football game against UAB in Shreveport, Louisiana on Saturday, December 18, 2021 (Matthew Hinton, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes PROVO – Not everyone who leaves school at the end of …

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Prep Basketball Rally: Northridge Girls Upset Mountain Ridge | News, Sports, Jobs

HERRIMAN – The Northridge High women’s basketball led 27-23 at halftime en route to a surprise 50-44 road win at 6A Mountain Ridge (9-2) on Thursday. Kate Tueller led Northridge (5-5) with 11 points. Aubree Reeve and Madison Hosino each scored 10 points and Hali’a Mislang-Darden added nine. SYRACUSE 59, …

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A Rose Bowl win won’t just help the Utah football team

This article was first published in the Ute Insiders. Sign up to receive the newsletter in your inbox every Wednesday evening. Utah’s first Rose Bowl appearance could be a godsend for the whole school, not just the football team. Coach Kyle Whittingham reflected on the fringe benefits of playing in …

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Erickson’s big night, George leads BYU past Westminster in final WCC tune-up

Brigham Young Cougars goalie Hunter Erickson (0) dunks over Westminster Griffins goalie Taylor Miller (3) as BYU and Westminster play at the Marriott Center in Provo on Wednesday, December 29, 2021. BYU won 65-53. (Scott G Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes PROVO – Ugly. Dysfunctional. Pathetic. These …

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Part of 25th Street closed from January due to construction of the Ogden Express route

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – Starting Monday, January 3, 25th Street will be closed between Washington Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue. The closure is an attempt to speed up the reconstruction of the Ogden Express (OGX) and the development of the Jefferson Avenue station. Courtesy of UTA 25th Street is slated to …

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Delta Air Lines cuts Cleveland-Salt Lake City route; United cancel Akron-Canton from Washington Dulles

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Delta Air Lines has cut its Cleveland-Salt Lake City route, the latest victim of fluctuating travel demand caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Another victim: United Airlines in March cuts flights between Akron-Canton airport and Washington Dulles international airport. The route reductions are the latest adjustments made by …

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Speak of the Devils Podcast: Las Vegas Bowl Preview | Talk about devils

Mix and process, Devils. After a glance at the news we speak with close engagement Messiah Swinson (25:19). The transfer from Missouri explains why he chose to come to Tempe and what he will bring to the Sun Devil offensive. Then it’s time to go bowling. We go behind the …

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Former captain Gary Neville has called Manchester United players ‘wingebags’

Gary Neville called Manchester United players “chickens” and criticized Cristiano Ronaldo for not applauding club supporters, while interim manager Ralf Rangnick said his players lacked aggressiveness during a 1-1 draw at Newcastle. Edinson Cavani’s second-half equalizer saved a point for United against relegation-threatened Newcastle, who scored first thanks to Allan …

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Game preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Utah Jazz

After winning 4 of their last 5 and 10 of their last 15, the San Antonio Spurs seem to have found their place. This is especially true on the offensive side of the ball, as they have scored at least 110 points in the last nine games (something @AirlessJordan noted …

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Mitchell absent for 2 games due to back pain

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah Jazz will be without Donovan Mitchell for the next two games as the star suffers an injury. The Jazz announced Sunday that Mitchell had strained his left lower back. Eric Walden with Salt Lake City Grandstand reported that the double All-Star shooting guard will not …

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Utah Football History vs. Heisman Trophy Finalists

SALT LAKE CITY –When the Utah football team takes the field at the Rose Bowl on January 1, they will face a Heisman Trophy finalist in Ohio State QB CJ Stroud. CJ Stroud finished fourth in the 2021 Heisman Trophy voting with Alabama star QB Bryce Young taking home the …

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Longtime ‘scandalous’ Utah radio host Tom Barberi dies

Tom Barberi, a radio talk show host who loved to poke fun at Utah institutions and became one himself, has passed away. Barberi died Friday morning, according to her daughter Gina Barberi, who followed her father’s career path and is now the host of X96’s “Radio From Hell” show. He …

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This Utah startup will help you rent just about anything you own

Peer-to-peer apps have helped millions of people loan out their cars, spare rooms, and even motorhomes. Now a Provo-based tech startup wants to help people rent just about everything else. Go to the Yoodlize website and you’ll find Utahns with all kinds of items for rent – bike racks and …

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Leonard resigns as local superintendent for Buckeye | News, Sports, Jobs

File photo by Shelley Hanson Kim Leonard, superintendent of the local Buckeye school district, stands inside one of the early intervention education rooms at the renovated Buckeye South Primary School following damage of water caused by a blocked roof drain last fall. Buckeye local school district superintendent Kim Leonard resigned …

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Utah nurse: ‘This is what fills my cup’, working extra shifts, uniting staff during COVID-19

Audra Post collects Sub for Santa gifts and unites emergency department staff at Heber Valley Hospital for a common goal. (Heather Simonsen, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes HEBER – As the pandemic rages on, frontline healthcare workers have braved new obstacles. A nurse at a rural Utah hospital went …

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Salt Lake City’s Real Housewives of Mary Cosby face fan backlash for more race-insensitive comments

Mary Cosby is to problematic commentary what Jen Shah is to legal problems in the Real housewives franchise – and that says a lot. In the The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City first season, Cosby came under heavy criticism for indications that she would not go to 7-Eleven gas …

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As Omicron Cases Rise, Gas Prices Continue To Fall | News, Sports, Jobs

Deborah Wilber, Daily Herald special Drivers pump gasoline on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at Costco on Wall Avenue in Ogden. Gas prices may be down compared to last week or even a month ago, but according to a daily survey of 160 stations, costs at Ogden are $ 1.33 higher …

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The ground is broken for the expansion of MRI | Business

LINCOLN CITY – It was a cold and rainy day, but that didn’t dampen enthusiasm as Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital inaugurated a 2,500 square foot MRI addition on December 13. “Our replacement hospital opened in February 2020 and has been designed for future expansion as needed,” said hospital CEO Dr …

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