Utah sex offender arrested after attempting to buy cheerleader panties

RICHFIELD, Utah (ABC4) – A man has been arrested after trying to solicit a teen’s underwear on a high school campus. Richfield Police said the incident happened at Richfield High School on December 15. The suspect has been identified as Christopher Todd Peck, 42. “It should be noted that, according …

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Carol Glad Obituary (1926 – 2021) – Salt Lake City, UT

Carol Kofoed happy 1926-2021 Carol Kofoed Glad passed away peacefully on December 17, 2021, at the age of 95. Carol was born July 8, 1926 in Preston, Idaho, to Eugene and Lillie Kofoed. She married Gordon Redford Glad on February 14, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah and they were …

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BYU football center James Empey declares himself for 2022 NFL draft

PROVO, Utah – BYU football’s offensive line anchor to James Empey advances. Empey, a COVID-19 junior, who graduated from BYU with a finance degree, has his sights set on the 2022 NFL draft. The 6-foot-4, 303-pound center sent a thank-you letter to the football program BYU announcing plans to move …

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Anna J. Lang, Ph.D. | News, Sports, Jobs

December 3, 1948 – December 13, 2021 Dr. Anna J. Lang (Elliott) passed away on December 13, 2021 at the age of 73. She was a beloved daughter, wife, mother and grandmother and she will be dearly missed. She attended UCLA, where she received all of her degrees, culminating in …

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Utah Jazz vs. Charlotte Hornets game preview: Utah seems to be bouncing back

Utah Jazz and the Charlotte Hornets are both looking to end a two-game losing streak when they face off on Monday night. It won’t be easy for Jazz as they have recently struggled with rising teams playing with a chip on their shoulders. The Hornets aren’t generally seen as contenders …

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Salt Lake City strip club murder suspect arrested

SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah (ABC4) – Salt Lake Police have made an arrest in a fatal shooting at a State Street strip club. Police arrested Romalice Latrell Williams, 36, for aggravated murder for the shooting. BAND CLUB SHOOTING: Man killed at or near South Salt Lake club, police search for …

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Prechtel’s 3 points help Cardinal # 3 on Flights # 7

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – The Stanford No.3 withstood a furious third-quarter rally by No.7 Tennessee and escaped for a 74-63 victory on Saturday. Ashton Prechtel connected on three 3-pointers in the fourth quarter and finished with 12 points to mark the Cardinal’s resumption (8-2). Lexie Hull scored 11 points, Haley Jones …

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Who sang “Jingle Bell Rock”? – Hamilton County Journalist

Posted By: The Journalist December 19, 2021 This week in Indiana history … 1867 – Sarah Breedlove was born in Louisiana. She went into business and, under the name Madame CJ Walker, established a cosmetics company in Indianapolis. She was hugely successful and became the first American woman to win …

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Man dies of gunshot wounds after being found outside Utah strip club

A man died on Saturday after being shot outside a strip club, police said. (South Salt Lake Police) Estimated reading time: Less than a minute SOUTH SALT LAKE – A man was gunned down outside a strip club at 3420 S. State Street early Saturday and later died of his …

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Utah addiction treatment center helps prevent fentanyl overdoses

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – 60 days ago Zach Kap decided he was ready to clean up his life, but before he made that decision he had a rule. “You can always do more, but you can’t do less,” Kap said. Understanding the dangers of drugs containing fentanyl, Kap tested …

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Kellan Anderson Obituary (2021) – Draper, UT

Kellan Adam Clemans Anderson 2002 ~ 2021 On December 14, 2021, Kellan Adam Clemans Anderson lost his brief but intense battle with mental illness and left this earthly life surrounded by his family. He is survived by his loving parents Jessica and Spencer Anderson (mother, adoptive father) and their children, …

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Broken ground for MRI expansion at Lincoln City Hospital

It was a cold and rainy day, but that did not dampen enthusiasm as Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital inaugurated a 2,500 square foot MRI addition on Monday. “Our replacement hospital opened in February 2020 and has been designed for future expansion as needed,” said hospital CEO Lesley Ogden, MD. “Shortly …

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“Kindness and Love Regardless of Faith”: Refugees from Utah Meet to Create Live Nursery in Lehi

LEHI, Utah (ABC4) – Joe Coccimiglio can’t wait to stage the live nativity scene of his nonprofit group, recreating the biblical story of Bethlehem from inside a barn this holiday season. He just has to fulfill the most important role. “Funny as it sounds, we had a hard time finding …

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ANOTHER DEATH FROM OVERDOSAGE AT TRAP HOUSE ON OGDEN STREET – Lake Superior News

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ December 15, 2021 (LSNews) Sources from nside Edition say there was another overdose death at the infamous 311 Ogden Street trap house today, Wednesday, December 15, 2021 Hard-working Thunder Bay police officers have been on the scene for a few hours now and the funeral home …

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Utah adds commitment from Oregon athlete Justius Lowe

Justius lowe (Photo: Brandon Huffman, 247Sports) Wednesday, Kyle whittingham and its University of Utah football program earned Oregon Product Commitment, Justius lowe. After an interesting recruit that included half of the Pac-12, the Utes took the biggest step towards signing day and managed to win him over. Lowe made an …

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How Salt Lake’s Kilby Court became a springboard for small groups on their way to glory

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Although Salt Lake City is often a stopover on North American tours for most major artists, the city has never been considered the mecca of music per se. However, several of today’s top artists to watch, such as Ritt Momney, The National Parks, and The …

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Denver employee Wendy accused of exposing himself to a customer

DENVER – Following a recent report from Denver7 Investigates, a Denver woman says she now lives in fear because a man who she says victimized her was released on a personal engagement. “When I turned my head I said, ‘Oh my god! “I said no, no, please, no,” said the …

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Weave named one of the Best Companies to Work for by Utah Business Magazine

LEHI, Utah – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Weave (NYSE: WEAV), the all-in-one customer communication platform for small businesses, was named Best Business to Work for by Utah Business Magazine for the third year in a row. Companies selected for this recognition were evaluated through an in-depth, anonymous employee survey designed to …

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‘Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’ Season 2, Episode 13

Are Mormons Observing the Coming? What about Mormons 2.0 or any other Barlow VIDA.0? Or how about the Pentecostal Church at Cosby & Closet? Because lately I feel like this TV show is an elaborate advent calendar. Not the 99-cent milk chocolate Trader Joe’s situation, but like the fancy bitch …

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Pioneer Village of Provo ready to celebrate Pioneer Christmas | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy of Provo Pioneer Village The Provo Pioneer Village merchant is ready for the Pioneer Christmas celebration. Provo residents and enthusiastic guests can step back in time and enjoy a Christmas on the border during the Pioneer Christmas Celebration in Provo Pioneer Village. After a two-year hiatus, due to road …

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KMAland Wrestling (12/11): Becerra, Porter, Stutzman win CB Classic championships | Sports

(KMAland) – Three KMAlanders won CB Classic titles, Bedford / Lenox won their home championship, Kuemper showed well in Ogden and more KMAland Wrestling on Saturday. Classic Wrestling Bluffs Board Three KMAlanders won championships while Underwood finished third at Council Bluffs Wrestling Classic. Eli Becerra of Missouri Valley won the …

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The U Beekeepers Association buzz – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Members of the U of U Beekeepers Association perform a beehive inspection at the HSEB on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Natalie Caylor | Courtesy of the U of U Association of Beekeepers) Utah’s history with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day …

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Prices may have peaked. See where.

Editor’s Note • This story is only available to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. Escalating house prices are showing signs of stabilizing in Ogden, Provo and a few other US cities that have seen significant spikes in recent months, suggests a new analysis. At the …

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BYU Track: Why Conner Mantz Decided Now To Go Pro

Conner Mantz, the two-time NCAA cross-country champion, is spending his final year of track and field competing professionally and will soon sign a lucrative four-year contract with Nike. He has already made his presence felt on the professional scene. Two weeks after winning the varsity cross country title, he won …

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Who would vote for Donald Trump in 2024? Here’s how much support he has in Utah

Half of the Utahns would vote or consider voting for Donald Trump if he ran for president in 2024. And 48% of Beehive State residents have a favorable opinion of the former president who continues to claim that voter fraud cost him the 2020 election. A new Deseret News / …

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Salt Lake’s first snow causes problems for drivers

SALT LAKE CITY – A semi-jackknife on the southbound I-215 in Taylorsville closed southbound lanes Thursday afternoon as police and firefighters worked to clean up the scene caused by the season’s first snowfall in Salt Lake. Utah Highway Patrol diverted southbound traffic on I-80 as authorities struggled to move the …

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Obituary of Marion Sybrowsky (1929 – 2021) – Sandy, UT

Marion was born in Manti, Utah on June 8, 1929. She was the sweetheart of her family, being the youngest daughter of brothers Glade and Karl. After moving to Provo, Marion attended Provo High School and graduated from BYU. Marion married Bob Dean in 1952 and had four children, Rebecca, …

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Perry’s wrestlers take on three opponents in Ogden

Perry’s Cole Nelson won the 138-pound bracket at the Dan Hill Invite in Harlan on Saturday. He 3-0 Tuesday at Ogden. Photo submitted. OGDEN, Iowa – Perry was 1-2 on the Ogden Quadrangle scoring team on Tuesday. Perry beat Colfax-Mingo, 46-33, but lost duels against Woodward-Granger (60-21) and Ogden (52-30). …

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Staff shortage is changing how Utah prisons operate

WEBER COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – For months, staff shortages have plagued businesses like restaurants, department stores and even schools. These shortages continue to hit different industries across the state, and now some Utah prisons are feeling the pressure as well. It’s eerily quiet inside the Weber County Kiesel Prison facility …

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Federal effort to remove derogatory place names identifies 11 southern Utah sites – St George News

In this file photo, Home Secretary Deb Haaland speaks during a press briefing. Haaland recently declared the term “squaw” derogatory and launched a task force to eliminate its use on geographic features, Washington, DC, April 23, 2021 | Associated Press photo by Evan Vucci, St. George News ST. GEORGE – …

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Several windows smashed by rocks in the Salt Lake City neighborhood

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) – Salt Lake City Police said they received several reports of vandalism in a Salt Lake City neighborhood after stones were thrown at several homes on Monday evening. Houses around 1900 East and 1500 South had windows that were cracked and completely shattered by stones. “It’s …

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Obituary of Louis Henry Callister (1935 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

LOUIS HENRY CALLISTER, JR.Louis Henry Callister, Jr., (86), passed away on December 5, 2021 in Bountiful, Utah, surrounded by his family and loved ones.Louis was born August 11, 1935, son of Isabel Barton and Louis H. Callister, Sr. He was the eldest of two children, his younger sister Sharee Callister …

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Here are the latest approval notes from Utah Governor Spencer Cox

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox’s job approval ratings may have dipped slightly a month ago, but they’re back as he heads into the final month of his first year as governor . That’s according to a new Deseret News / Hinckley Institute of Politics poll, which shows Cox continues to ride …

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Obituary of Seth Dean Adair (1991 – 2021) – Salt Lake City, UT

Our kind, sweet and beautiful son, brother and friend, Seth Dean Adair, passed away at home on November 30, 2021. Seth was born on April 3, 1991 to Dean and Lisa Adair. He was the third of five children, still considered the sweetest and easiest to raise. It took very …

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WG wrestlers win Field Invite for fifth consecutive year

The Woodward-Granger wrestlers won the Dennis Field Invitational on Saturday for the fifth consecutive season. Photo submitted. WOODWARD, Iowa – Good things can, apparently, come in five. The Woodward-Granger wrestlers won five consecutive tag team championships at the Dennis Field Invitational on Saturday. WG led the 10-team event with 204.5 …

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Central Michigan to play Boise State at Arizona Bowl

Boise State (7-5, Mountain West) vs. Central Michigan (8-4, Mid-American), Dec.31, 2 p.m. ET LOCATION: Tuscon, Arizona BEST PLAYERS Boise State: WR Khalil Shakir, 77 receptions, 1,117 receiving yards, seven touchdowns. Central Michigan: RB Lew Nichols III, 1,710 rushing yards (No. 1 nationally), 300 receiving yards, 17 total TDs. NOTABLE …

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Idaho scares southern Utah | Sports

MOSCOW – Subsequently, Zac Claus lamented specific pieces more than general trends. For Idaho, it’s progress. Opening their Big Sky Conference season against the team that should rule the league, the Vandals led by six points midway through the second half on Saturday before faltering at late turning points and …

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Real Salt Lake Cinderella playoff race ends with Rose City shutout

Portland Timbers midfielder Marvin Loria (44) and Real Salt Lake midfielder Albert Rusnák (11) compete for the ball in the first half of the MLS Western Conference Final on Saturday 4th December 2021, in Portland, Oregon (Amanda Loman, Associate Press) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – In …

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Utah Valley Calendar: Things to Do – December 4 | News, Sports, Jobs

Via Google The American Fork Library AMERICAN FORK Concert “Believe” – The Timpanogos Singers and the Timpanogos Youth Choirs will perform “Believe” at 7 pm on Saturday December 11 at the Valentine Theater. Tickets cost $ 5 for general admission, $ 3 for students, and a $ 15 pass for …

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Ogden Wellness Weekend presented by WVU Medicine back on track for 2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

Competitors fight their way through the 2019 Tough as Nails Urban Challenge during Ogden Wellness Weekend. This year, Tough as Nails, presented by The Health Plan, will feature even more obstacles and a longer course. (File photo) WHEELING – For the first time in two years, this Memorial Day weekend, …

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Zion National Park’s Iconic Sheer Trail to Require Permits | Utah News

By LINDSAY WHITEHURST, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Zion National Park will soon require reservations to hike a famous southern Utah trail perched on the edge of a red rock bluff, officials said Friday. From April 1, anyone wishing to hike the narrow Angels Landing hike will need …

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Spencer Bingham obituary (1977 – 2021) – Orem, UT

Spencer Aaron Bingham (44), of Spanish Fork, Utah, passed away from this world on Wednesday, December 1, 2021. The last five weeks of Spencer’s life were spent in a hospital bed, battling the effects of a difficult autoimmune disease. This ordeal was his hardest; but his spirit was never broken. …

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New lawsuit regarding access to special education filed against Salt Lake City school district

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Parents of two elementary students, “EJ” and “HS,” sue the Salt Lake City school district for wanting their children to attend their neighborhood schools and receive special education services. . However, since EJ and HS are cognitively disabled, the school district has assigned them to …

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OCA exhibition explores the body-landscape connection through female eyes | News, Sports, Jobs

1/6 Chelsea Call’s “Muley Memory 1” will be exhibited as part of “LAND BODY” presented by Ogden Contemporary Arts from December 10 to February 20. Photo provided 2/6 This still from the video shows a scene from “Wasl” by Sama Alshaibi, which is part of “LAND BODY” presented by Ogden …

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Visit Salt Lake CEO Kaitlin Eskelson makes lemonade with lemons • Salt Lake Magazine

It’s a familiar story. The bright-eyed kids come here to ski and end up staying in Utah. But not all ski enthusiasts who have found their way west grow up to be Salt Lake City’s chief cheerleader. Visit Salt Lake’s new CEO Kaitlin Eskelson came from Wisconsin to Utah at …

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Witnesses in Ogden Murder Trial Describe Chaotic Scene of Deadly Shooting | News, Sports, Jobs

OGDEN – Several witnesses said in a murder trial on Tuesday that they saw a man shot dead in a parking lot and saw the gunman jump into a car and flee, but none were subsequently able to identify the accused Keshaun Puente in a series of police photos. Lawyers …

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How will the redistribution impact Utah’s communities of color?

The Utah panel of lawmakers who designed the state’s new electoral districts made an important decision early in their process: They were not going to take into account the ethnic and racial makeup of communities as they plotted. new lines. Federal law imposes strict guidelines on when lawmakers can use …

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Parleys Canyon proposed mine raises concern among residents

Cars pass through Parleys Canyon on I-80 on Monday. There is a plan for mining in the area. (Mark Wetzel, KSL-TV) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes MILLCREEK – A plan to extract rock and other materials at Parleys Canyon has raised concerns and questions from residents and even officials in …

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The best courses on the Caribbean Islands and Bermuda

Sandals Emerald Bay in the Bahamas. Emerald Bay Sandals Text size As northern golfers growl through thicker piles of leaves as fall tightens its grip on their local courses, many islands are heading into peak season. Of course, “island golf” can be applied to courses and resorts from the Maldives …

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Manchester United appoints Ralf Rangnick interim manager until end of season

Manchester United have appointed Ralf Rangnick as the club’s interim manager until the end of the season, the club announced on Monday. Rangnick, 63, left his post as sports and development manager at Lokomotiv Moscow and signed a six-month contract at Old Trafford. – Gegenpressing Godfather: How Rangnick Revolutionized Football– …

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‘Tight and Stressed’ Utah Jazz Aims To Make The Game Fun – And More Winnable – By Replaying Altruistic Basketball

It’s no exaggeration to say that the first 20 games of the 2021-22 Utah Jazz season have been a sometimes joyless affair. Despite having the highest-rated offense in the league, players have always noted that it doesn’t feel right to them. They have increasingly encountered opponents who avoid big defenses …

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BYU defeats Utah at Huntsman Center for first time in 10 years

Salt Lake City, UT – Saturday, November 27, 2021: College men’s basketball. BYU vs. Utah at the Jon M. Huntsman Center. © 2021 Bryan Byerly Salt Lake City, UT – Saturday, November 27, 2021: College men’s basketball. BYU vs. Utah at the Jon M. Huntsman Center. © 2021 Bryan Byerly …

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BYU women’s football wins first-ever College Cup with 4-1 win over South Carolina

BYU forward Mikaylie Moore celebrates a goal against South Carolina in an Elite Eight game of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday, November 27, 2021 at South Field in Provo. (Photo BYU) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes PROVO – Producing a result never before seen in BYU women’s soccer history, the …

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Weber County officials help attempt to bring Winter Olympics back to Utah | News, Sports, Jobs

BEN DORGER, Standard-Examiner archive photo A Snowbasin Ski Resort gondola ascends the mountain on November 20, 2018. Snowbasin served as the site for the 2002 Winter Olympics, and Weber County officials are helping efforts to bring the Olympics back to Utah in 2030 or 2034. OGDEN – Crafting a successful …

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Supporters of Utah’s Olympic bid have to wait a little longer for IOC audience

Supporters of Utah’s bid to bring the Winter Games back to the state in 2030 or 2034 will not travel to Switzerland to sit for the first time with officials from the International Olympic Committee as soon as they had hoped so after their meeting was postponed. to December. “It’s …

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What to do in Salt Lake this winter

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – With temperatures dropping below freezing overnight, there’s no doubt winter is officially here. Frigid temperatures can leave the Utahns sucking in the summer heat, but no matter how scary the weather outside, there are still ways to make your winter in Salt Lake City enjoyable. …

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Man charged with manslaughter in Saratoga Springs crash that killed teenager

PROVO, Utah (ABC4) – The driver in a fatal crash that killed a 16-year-old in Saratoga Springs was charged with manslaughter on Wednesday. Daniel Stanislav Macbeth, 28, has been charged with manslaughter, driving with a measurable controlled substance in the body, driving with alcohol restriction and driving with a suspended …

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Gershman Mortgage Creates Security in a Competitive Market | Center forward

Christina kling-garrett By Alecia Humphreys | Photo by Christina Kling-Garrett Since 1955, Gershman Mortgage has been at the forefront of facilitating family finances, and it is this distinguished history and commitment to clients that Gershman Mortgage believes gives clients a competitive advantage in a increased housing. “The current housing market …

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First Afghan refugee in Utah, whose family was rescued by Midvale Marine, moves to new apartment

Azim Kakaie’s family are here now, in their new apartment in North Salt Lake, thanks to another Utahn. Kakaie arrived on August 31, the first Afghan to land in Utah after the Taliban took control. But his wife, brother, mother-in-law and brother-in-law arrived two months later. Together, in their intimidating …

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Families reunite at Salt Lake City airport for Thanksgiving after a year apart

SALT LAKE CITY – Vacation travel to Salt Lake City International Airport is approaching levels seen before the pandemic. On Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, the airport estimates that 26,000 people have passed through the doors of the establishment, a large increase from the same day in 2020. “Last year …

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Players Club: What is Jaren Hall grateful for this year?

PROVO, Utah – BYU has one final game this year as it travels to Los Angeles to take on a distraught USC team with an interim coach. The goal is to have a double-digit winning season in consecutive years and maybe just a New Years Six Bowl chance if things …

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AAUW Vacation Homes: The O’Donnell House | News, Sports, Jobs

Photos by Mr. Ellie O’Donnell, AAUW-Escanaba By Ellie O’Donnell The O’Donnell House 601 avenue Ogden, Escanaba Welcome to 601 Ogden Avenue. The front part of this Italian-style house was built in 1875, with the rear part of the house added in 1890. Built by Fred Harris, a local carpenter, the …

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Ski season is underway, Utah resorts begin to open ahead of the holidays

COTTONWOOD CANYON, Utah (ABC4) – The 2021/2022 ski season is alive and well in the mountains and the Utahns are flocking to the canyons to enjoy the new trails on opening day at Solitude. Whether it’s a day off or spending quality time with the family, skiers and snowboarders say …

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Skiing in Utah: Salt Lake company WNDR uses seaweed products instead of petroleum

Oil probably permeates the room you are sitting in. Its products can be found in the kitchen utensils you used to cook and eat your breakfast, the soap you used to wash yourself with, the toothpaste and toothbrush you used when you finished eating. It’s probably in your clothes. It …

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Donald Peterson obituary (1946 – 2021) – Orem, UT

Donald M Peterson, Jr. was born July 25, 1946 in Salina, Utah, the son of Donald M Peterson, Sr. and Thora Colby Peterson. Don was the second of three children and the only boy. Her siblings include Thera Maughan and Sherian Fleming. He graduated from Granite High School in 1964. …

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ at 30 – Review

The beauty and the Beast (1991)Directors: Gary Trousdale, Kirk WiseScreenwriters: Linda Woolverton, Brenda Chapman, Chris SandersWith: Paige O’Hara, Robby Benson, Richard White, Angela Lansbury, Jerry Orbach, David Ogden Stiers, Jesse Corti, Rex Everhart, Bradley Pierce The 18th century French fairy tale “Beauty and the Beast” is one of the best …

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Utah activists protest Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal

SALT LAKE CITY – Dozens of people gathered in Salt Lake City on Sunday afternoon to protest the not guilty verdict in Kyle Rittenhouse’s murder trial. Rittenhouse shot dead two people during civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the summer of 2020. During his trial, Rittenhouse claimed he acted in …

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Protesters gather in Salt Lake City to protest Kyle Rittenhouse verdict

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Protesters gathered in Washington Square Park to protest Kyle Rittenhouse’s verdict on Sunday afternoon. The rally was organized by a political group called the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL). Protesters gathered around 1 p.m. to protest Rittenhouse’s acquittal two days earlier. The Salt Lake …

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Northern Colorado defeats Weber State for Big Sky Volleyball tournament title

OGDEN, Utah – Senior Laura Katarzynski held sophomore Syd Cole’s face in her hands after a timeout, cheering her on for the next round of play, and that’s what gave the volleyball team of the University of Northern Colorado the title of the Big Sky 2021 conference. UNC No.2 (24-6, …

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BYU Basketball Cruises To Victory Against NAIA Central Methodist

PROVO, Utah – BYU basketball defeated Central Methodist on Saturday night 97-61. The Cougars had six players scoring in double digits in the game. Caleb Lohner led BYU with 19 points and added seven rebounds. Alex Barcello continues his strong start on shooting, scoring 16 points and shooting 4-7 from …

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Utah Dive bounces on Day 2 of Texas Dive Invitation

History links Men’s 3m results Results 1m Women AUSTIN, Texas– Senior Tony chen and junior redshirt Luke McDivitt bounced back from his performance yesterday and earned a berth in the 3m final on Friday night. “I had a feeling we were going to bounce back and have a really good …

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Local Utah News Headlines – Friday Night, November 19, 2021

Friday evening, November 19, 2021 State Utah unemployment rate at lowest on record Utah continues to outperform the country when it comes to its unemployment rate. That’s according to data released Friday by the state’s Department of Workforce Services. For the month of October, Utah’s rate was only 2.2%. This …

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Eight Tigerhawks gain football recognition in all districts – Newton Daily News

Two Colfax-Mingo football players ended their high school careers last season. And one subclass in particular seems to be ready for a special finish to its own. Seniors Cole Bracewell and Shane Aikin ended their preparation careers with a first team nod in all districts. Sophomore Curtis Horras joined this …

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Men’s Hoops opens Myrtle Beach with 2OT loss to Utah State

History links Next game: against Davidson 11/19/2021 | 2:30 p.m. ESPNU CONWAY, South Carolina – The University of Pennsylvania men’s basketball team abandoned a double-overtime thriller with Utah State on Thursday afternoon, 87-79, in the first round of the Myrtle Beach Invitational. The Quakers (2-3) erased a 12-point deficit in …

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Salt Lake City needs to grow up to regain its swaggering air

The city must work to attract new residents in order to gain economic and political power and provide more housing. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Salt Lake City skyline will change in 2021 with several new skyscrapers and midsize towers rising in the Utah capital. | November …

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Alan and Suzanne Osmond honored as Pillars of the Utah Valley | News, Sports, Jobs

Alan and Suzanne Osmond receive the Pillars of Utah Valley Award on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. The Osmonds Second Generation perform for their parents at the awards show on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Nathan Osmond was MC for the Pillars of Utah Valley on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. Courtesy of …

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State-funded mental health help could arrive for first responders and families in Utah

The bill would allocate $ 5 million to help police and fire departments provide mental health resources to their employees. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Police at the scene of a shooting at the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office in South Salt Lake on Saturday April 10, 2021. …

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Utah and Toronto face off in non-conference showdown

Toronto Raptors (7-8, 10th in Eastern Conference) vs. Utah Jazz (9-5, fourth in Western Conference) Salt Lake City; Thursday, 9 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: OG Anunoby and the Toronto Raptors visit Donovan Mitchell and the Utah Jazz in a non-conference showdown. The Jazz went 5-2 in home games. Utah is …

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“It was very humiliating,” says artist behind USS Salt Lake City football helmets in Utah

IMPERIAL, Neb. (ABC4) – When the University of Utah football team takes the field against Oregon this Saturday, the Utes will step away from their usual red, white and black uniforms. Instead, on Military Appreciation Night, the team will don an all-gray monochrome look to honor and celebrate the USS …

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Vacation Service Opportunities Abound With Utah County Organizations News, Sports, Jobs

Isaac Hale, Daily Herald file photo Grant Boothe, from Provo, is packing a holiday box with food at the Provo Community Action Services and Food Bank on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. Giving back to your community is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. In Utah County, there …

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Lester Taylor obituary (1935 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Les returned to his Heavenly Father on Thursday, November 11, 2021, where he was surrounded by his family at the Brigham City Community Hospital in Utah.Les was the first born to Lester Eugene and Annie Virgena Aldridge Taylor on June 8, 1935 in Boise, Idaho. He was raised with his …

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November has been unusually hot in Utah – but that will end this week

Monday could be the last day with temperatures reaching into the 70s along the Wasatch Front for some time (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) A mountain biker rides the 19th Ave Trail in the Salt Lake City foothills on Friday, September 17, 2021. The period of warmer-than-normal temperatures …

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Sydnee Belle Frei – St George News

April 8, 1980 – November 9, 2021 Our sweet Sydnee Belle, 41, unexpectedly left this earthly life to make new friends in her heavenly home on November 9, 2021. True definition of love, Syd’s greatest desire was that everyone world loves each other. On April 8, 1980, the Frei family …

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Utah Scientist Reveals 4 Harmful Myths That Make Us Bigger, Sicker

We’ve all heard questionable health and weight loss information and advice over the years. It could be from well-meaning friends, an internet story, celebrity social media statements, or the latest media story. But Dr. Benjamin Bikman, one of Utah’s leading metabolism scientists and bestselling author of “Why We Get Sick,” …

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Utah AG Announces Agreement With Dialysis Company Over Monopoly Issues

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Utah Attorney General Sean D. Reyes has announced a settlement with DaVita, Inc., a dialysis service provider over antitrust issues. The settlement follows DaVita’s acquisition of all of the University of Utah’s kidney dialysis business, which consists of 18 clinics and other assets. This settlement …

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UNLV Men defeat Utah for the first time since 2000

Utah vs UNLV (Men) November 6, 2021 Las Vegas, Nevada SCY double encounter Team scores Full results The UNLV men dominated the University of Utah for the first time since 2000 at home on Saturday. Both programs had swam a double annual competition from 1998 to 2002, but took a …

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Utah lawmakers release congressional redistribution map proposals

The public can comment on the boundaries before a legislative committee meeting on Monday. (Screenshot) The legislative redistribution committee on Friday, November 5, 2021 proposed a map that would divide Salt Lake County into the four congressional districts of Utah. | November 6, 2021, 3:52 p.m. | Update: 7:50 p.m. …

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Sheridan John “Oggie” Ogden Obituary

Sheridan John “Oggie” Ogden Hackensack – Sheridan John Ogden, “Oggie” of Hackensack, formerly of River Edge, passed away peacefully at his home on Thursday, November 4, at the age of 73. Originally from Teaneck, Sheridan was a proud graduate of Teaneck High School, where he was fond of jokes, spent …

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Bears come home from Utah with a win

Stephen Woo / klcfotos Ayla Spitz took first place in the 200 freestyle and the 200 back in Utah on Friday. WWIM05/11/2021 13:59 | By: Cal Athletics Cal claims 12 of 14 races to defeat Utah, 160-100 SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Sixth overall Cal has won 12 of 14 …

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Utah elects more women as Martha Cannon’s legacy hangs heavy

As she looks at a Martha Hughes Cannon statue destined for the nation’s capital, Jen Robison says she can’t quite find the words to describe what it means to her. Robison, Lieutenant Governor Deidre Henderson’s chief of staff and a member of the Martha Hughes Cannon Statue Oversight Committee, says …

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Park City could have a new mayor

As the early election results filtered out on Tuesday night, it emerged that outgoing Park City mayor Andy Beerman was following City Councilor Nann Worel, 56% to 30%. Beerman, who served a term as mayor, followed Worel in the race from the start and finished far behind Worel in the …

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Local Utah Headlines – Tuesday Morning November 2, 2021

Tuesday morning November 2, 2021 State There is still time to vote Tuesday is election day. Cities and towns in Utah hold elections for mayor and councils. Ballots in the mail had to be postmarked no later than Monday, November 1 to be counted. But, they can still be placed …

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