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Provo man frustrated that his landlord won’t let him fly the Ukrainian flag on the terrace of his apartment

PROVO, Utah — The war in Ukraine is stirring the Utahns in a powerful way. Almost daily we see events, campaigns and other efforts in the hive state for the people of Ukraine. A Provo resident is one of those Utahns who wants to show his support. But when his …

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New Mercedes-Benz Van Center Dealership Opens in Salt Lake City | State News

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Senator Johnson’s Push to Ban Teaching ‘Dividing Concepts’ Collapses, But Not Dead | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo provided, Office of Utah Senator John Johnson Utah Sen. John Johnson, right, during a Senate Education Committee hearing meeting on Monday, Feb. 28, 2022. A measure he proposed to ban the teaching of “divisive concepts was discussed at the meeting. SALT LAKE CITY — Discussion on …

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Ten Ways Utah Can Sustainably Grow and Prosper in the Future | Opinion

Utah has led the nation in population growth for the past decade. Its population grew from 2.8 million to 3.3 million – an impressive jump of 18.4%, with growth surpassing Texas, Arizona, Florida, North Carolina and many other states known for their job opportunities and attractive lifestyles. Utah’s population also …

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🌱 Free Transit Bill Dead + Utahns worried about family in Ukraine

Happy Saturday, Salt Lake City! Let’s keep up to date with what’s happening locally to start today on an informed note. First, today’s weather forecast: Cold with lots of sun. Top: 35 Bottom: 17. Here are the top three stories from today in Salt Lake City: Permanent free public transport …

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Latter-day Saint Missions: Why These National Reporters Recommend Them

This article was first published in the ChurchBeat Newsletter. Sign up to receive the newsletter in your inbox every Wednesday evening. If they were Latter-day Saints, award-winning journalists and best-selling authors James and Deborah Fallows could have become an elderly missionary couple over the past decade. In fact, the couple …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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🌱 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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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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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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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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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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“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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Riding the rocky steps for a rare disease

Sign up for our daily email newsletter to stay up to date with the latest local news across Philadelphia. A father and son from West Chester are trying to raise awareness about an extremely rare disease and help researchers discover more. Few doctors have treated a patient with Bardet-Biedl syndrome, …

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cross-country teams in action in Salt Lake City | Sports

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Routes and frequencies of Avelo Airlines

Avelo Airlines is based at Burbank Airport and has a fleet of 3 Boeing 737-700 and 3 Boeing 737-800, which operate on 8 routes to and from Burbank. The airline entered the U.S. domestic market on April 28. Avelo was the first airline to enter the US market after several …

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Jerry Wanner Obituary (1933 – 2021) – Ogden, UT

Jerry fred wanner Jerry Fred Wanner, 87, died on September 19, 2021, at home surrounded by his loved ones. Jerry was born in Logan, Utah, on October 4, 1933, to Fredrick Dominicus Wanner and Leone Marion Olney. Jerry graduated from Weber High School in 1951 and Weber State College in …

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Utah Honor Flight returns home to Heroes’ Hospitality

SALT LAKE CITY – After a two-day whirlwind in Washington, DC, 74 Utah Honor Flight veterans returned to Salt Lake City International Airport late Saturday night in front of a crowd that even the organizers themselves hadn’t expected. Alex Cabrero from KSL accompanied the trip and was present at the …

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Intermountain to merge with Colorado hospital system

A previously planned merger with a different system has failed. (Trent Nelson | The Salt Lake Tribune) Intermountain Medical Center in Murray on Friday August 13, 2021. | September 16, 2021, 5:56 p.m. | Updated: September 17, 2021, 12:44 a.m. Utah’s largest hospital system, Intermountain Healthcare, plans to merge with …

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Salt Lake City is one of the biggest winners of the past decade

Sep 16, 2021 Salt lake city “IT PROTECTED LINKS behind its mountains of ramparts, sheltered from physical and intellectual storms on both coasts, ”Wallace Stegner wrote of Salt Lake City. The novelist associated his adopted hometown, where he spent much of the 1920s and 1930s, with an “isolationism” and “provincialism” …

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K-12 Schools Take Advantage of Qu

PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, September 15, 2021 PROVO, Utah and SEATTLE, September 15, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Qualtrics (Nasdaq: XM), leader and creator of the Experience Management (XM) category, today announced that the School Board of City of Virginia Beach, Gwinnett County Public schools and the Hemet Unified School …

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The booming LGBTQ movement in Utah – Liberation News

Last month, Utah saw an increase in bigotry and anti-LGBTQ violence. On August 18, a newly married lesbian couple in southern Utah were found murdered after telling relatives about a “creepy” man following them; the matter is being investigated as a hate crime. Five days later, three anti-LGBTQ actions made …

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Utah’s unique redistribution year is upon us

This article is co-authored by Ashley Nash and Kate Hickman. Another decade has passed, and the time has come to redistribute ridings in Utah. For most UVU students, this will be the first time that a redistribution will take place when they are old enough to vote. Now is the …

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University of Utah, State of Utah, and Weber State to require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19

Three of Utah’s largest universities will require students who attend classes in person to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The University of Utah, Utah State University and Weber States University announced on Friday that they will begin implementing vaccination mandates for their campuses as the coronavirus continues to spread. Decisions are …

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Dorothy Keeney Obituary (2021) – Greensboro, North Carolina

Keeney, Dorothy Juliette Zaccardi Dorothy Juliette Zaccardi Keeney, 88, passed away peacefully on August 15, 2021 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Born in Oriente and Rosaria Zaccardi in Provo, UT, Dorothy attended public schools, Brigham Young University in Provo, and Strayer’s Business College in Washington, DC. She married William Patrick Keeney …

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Marion Wolthuis Stuart | Obituary

Marion Wolthuis Stuart Marion Helen Wolthuis Stuart passed away peacefully on August 2, 2021, surrounded by her five sons. Marion was born on August 16, 1932 to Frank and Leyonna Wolthuis, the first of four children. She enjoyed her childhood in the South Ogden with many wonderful experiences with good …

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IN FOCUS Discussion: Native American boarding schools

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Beginning with the Indian Civilization Act of 1819, the United States enacted laws and implemented policies establishing and supporting Indian boarding schools across the country. The purpose of these schools was to culturally assimilate Indigenous children by forcibly moving them from their families and communities …

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Utah government appoints first government operations privacy official

Utah Governor Spencer Cox has appointed Christopher Bramwell as the senior privacy officer for the Department of Government Operations. According to a statement from the governor’s office, the Utah legislature created the role in its last legislative session to protect residents’ personal data. As the Privacy Officer, Bramwell will be …

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7 Things to Do for Utah Families During the Summer Months

When you look at the night sky over Cedar Breaks National Monument in Iron County, Utah, you’ll see things you never knew existed, as the monument is surrounded by some of the most exceptional natural darkness in the United States. continental. (Call Ravell, KSL, File) SALT LAKE CITY – It’s …

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The Outdoors is Utah’s # 1 Tech Company Recruiting Tool

When it comes to recruiting and retaining talent, Utah’s tech companies’ best friend is the state’s outdoor recreation and easy access to the wilderness and public lands of the cities of Utah. It’s more important than career advancement, salary, cost of living – even more than family. That’s according to …

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Inflation in Utah: Survey Shows Buyers Worried About Prices

Mixed signals regarding inflation concerns in the United States continue to emanate from federal policymakers, but Utah residents are steadfastly united when it comes to what they think about rising costs as part of the ongoing economic recovery. They are just worried. A new statewide poll from Deseret News / …

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Prominent Utah activist Bettye Gillespie has died

OGDEN, Utah (ABC4) – A Utah civil rights activist has died “after a long illness,” according to her family. Bettye Gillespie died in her home in Ogden on July 2. ABC4 Daily News: Get the latest Utah news straight to your inbox! Click here to sign up for the free …

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Photos: How the Utahns celebrated Independence Day

After a year of rest and with little reason to celebrate, the Utahns gathered on Monday to applaud, parade and attend Independence Day celebrations. The holiday weekend marked a return to something closer to normal after many of the state’s popular parades were canceled last year due to the COVID-19 …

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Hill fighter wings will fly F-35s over Utah on July 3

A US Marine Corps F-35B Lightning II assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 211, 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, flies over Afghanistan, September 27, 2018. Photo by Corey Hook / US Air Force HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah, July 1, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – A 33-year holiday tradition continues as pilots …

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Nearly 40% of Utah homes are at risk of wildfire

With the start of this year’s fire season coinciding with a historic drought and record-breaking heat waves plaguing dozens of Western cities, two in five homes (39.4%) in Utah are at risk fire, a higher share than any other state in the western United States, according to a new report …

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These are the best cities for remote workers in 2021

According to the Best Cities for Remote Workers 2021 survey, Provo is the number one city for remote workers. The infrastructure, amenities and affordability make Provo a destination worth a visit. And as more companies offer full-time remote work, people are looking to cities that are cheaper while still providing …

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Pakistani refugee living the American dream

TAYLORSVILLE, Utah – Winsten Asif, a Pakistani immigrant and refugee living in Utah, says people keep asking him why he opened a Greek cuisine restaurant. “They always ask me, ‘You are Pakistani, why do you cook Greek food?’ “, he said. But for Asif, it’s all part of his American …

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Big booms to begin in the western Utah desert

HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah – The Air Force will begin its season of full-scale detonation operations – those involving more than 10,000 pounds of net explosive weight – at the Air Force’s test and training field today. Utah (UTTR). These detonations are expected to continue until September 14. Detonations …

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ICYMI: 10 stories from the weekend

About 100 people danced and marched through downtown Salt Lake City to commemorate June 17, 2021 (Katie Workman, KSL.com) SALT LAKE CITY – Here are 10 stories you might have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the title to read the full story. 1. “It’s Liberation, Jubilee, Freedom”: …

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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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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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