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Deseret News
Deseret News

(801) 575-5600

55 N 300 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101   Directions



(801) 536-1313

5020 Amelia Earhart Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84116   Directions



(801) 975-4444

2175 W 1700 S
Salt Lake City, UT 84104   Directions



(801) 839-1234

299 Main St
Salt Lake City, UT 84111   Directions


My Utah Journals
My Utah Journals

(801) 264-6649

4001 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84107   Directions


Alta ballroom team wins four categories at coach’s final competition
07/20/2021 11:33am

After years of coaching ballroom, dance company and drill, Alta High teacher Diana Hunt will retire, saying she will miss her colleagues and students: Ill miss the social aspect, but not the homework.Original article published at The City Journals

Cottonwood student president who has a passion for writing publishes thriller
07/20/2021 11:40am

It was during her eighth-grade math class that an idea for a murder-mystery formed and during the past four years, current Cottonwood High senior and student body president Anna Hexem penned The Innocence which is available on Amazon.Original article published at The City Journals

School district leaders hope summer sessions slowed academic relapse
08/02/2021 1:48pm

Local summer school sessions were offered to area students to help stop the summer slide, boost learning after COVID-19 pandemic.Original article published at The City Journals

Essential school bus drivers, nutrition, custodian staff needed for upcoming school year
07/28/2021 1:16pm

Need remains for essential school personnelpositions open in several districts across the Salt Lake Valley.Original article published at The City Journals

What is the Mosquito Abatement District?
07/26/2021 4:22pm

And what do they doOriginal article published at The City Journals

Salt Lake Magazine
Salt Lake Magazine

(801) 485-5100

515 S 700 E
Salt Lake City, UT 84102   Directions


The Best Chocolate Chip Cookie in Utah (And Some Others That Are Damn Good)
08/04/2021 5:04pm

This article was originally published in the July/August 2018 issue of Salt Lake magazine. We are sharing it again today to celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. The room was strangely quiet when I entered. I had expected chatter and smiles from our group of chocolate chip cookie judgesthis is supposed to be a fun

Review: Jason Isbell and Lucinda Williams Celebrate Red Butte’s Return
08/04/2021 4:33pm

Opening for Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit Friday night, Lucinda Williams seated herself in front of the microphone and apologized to the crowd for not being able to play the guitar or dance around. But I can still sing, she added, drawing whoops and hollers from the audience at Red Butte Gardens Amphitheatre. In

Tee Box With a View: Where to Golf in Park City
08/04/2021 9:00am

The ball really does fly farther at elevation, I thought as the tiny white sphere violently hooked from view. Golfing in the mountains comes with certain baked-in hazards, like the precipitous declivity that claimed my repurposed range ball. Best bring a couple of spares when hitting the links around here.Park City is home to some

Fork It Over: Watermelon Granita
08/03/2021 9:00am

Its the summers coolest dessert. Or snack. Or intermezzo. Or anything, really. And you can make granita in just three easy steps. Cool and crunchy, the easy-to-make granita is a semi-frozen summer treat. Were going with watermelon, but when it comes to choosing a granita flavor, the sky is the limit. Whatever flavor you favor,

Kimball Arts Festival Stages a Creative Comeback
08/02/2021 2:44pm

Cacophonies are common on Main Street. At least they used to be before a pandemic upended society. Still, the Kimball Arts Festival feels different. A succession of tents stretches to Old Town, packed with creative renderings ranging from the sublime to the strange. The sound from live music stages with their accompanying beer gardens rises

The Salt Lake Tribune
The Salt Lake Tribune

(801) 257-8742

90 S 400 W
Salt Lake City, UT 84101   Directions


Molly Davis: Utah allows some lower-level crimes to be cleared from the record
08/05/2021 9:30am

Molly Davis writes that Utah allows some lower-level crimes to be cleared from the record. If those eligible know about it.

Latest from Mormon Land: Better late than never? COVID vaccine is gaining acceptance among more Latter-day Saints.
08/05/2021 9:22am

In the latest news in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a new PRRI survey shows acceptance of the COVID-19 vaccine is growing among members. Also, a federal fraud lawsuit against the Utah-based faith gets another chance to advance.

Rudy Gobert says Nic Batum’s game-saving play was ‘one of the best blocks’ he’s ever seen
08/05/2021 9:05am

Rudy Gobert and France beat Luka Doncics Slovenia to advance to the gold-medal game. Up next: Team USA.

Nathaniel Coleman wins silver in Olympic climbing’s debut
08/05/2021 8:50am

Nathaniel Coleman of Murray reaches the pinnacle of Olympic climbing by placing silver in the sports debut in Tokyo.

Utah Muslim sues his ex-employer, alleges a boss said he’d be ‘cast into outer darkness’
08/05/2021 8:02am

A Utah man is suing a Cedar City car dealership, accusing his former employer of discriminating against him and eventually firing him because of his Muslim faith.

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