Topic: Community

Trump’s EPA: dirty coal power, dirty air

In 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a Regional Haze Ruling that required Rocky Mountain Power to install pollution controls on coal-fired power plants at Hunte …

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Water conservation strategies from the Utah Rivers Council

Utah Rivers Council (URC) has initiated a new water conservation campaign for Utah called 40 by 30—the goal is to reduce daily water consumption per person 40% by 2030. Water conse …

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Caring Connections

Healthcare professionals offer hope and comfort in grief program. Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn. — Romans 12:15 Twenty years ago, Dr. Beth Cole and She …

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The Salt Lake City Bicycle Collective

Sustainable transportation (comes with fishing pole). Visit Salt Lake City’s Bicycle Collective on any given day and one will be surrounded by people who share a common passion. A …

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Help determine the fate of SLC’s historic Warm Springs

Travel north on Beck St. from Salt Lake City and at the 840 North 300 West you will see the remains of Warm Springs Resort, a once-sprawling mid-1850s destination for those seeking …

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SLC’s Newest Jazz Club, Avant Groove opens up on Pierpont

This is the place (to build a jazz club) David Arrellano It’s natural for cities like New York City, San Francisco, New Orleans and Chicago to have incredible jazz clubs. The owner …

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Labs for Liberty

With the kickoff of each fall and spring semester comes a flourish of activity up at the University of Utah campus. Freshmen scrambling to find classes only five minutes apart (pro …

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Reclaiming the Crone

Celebrating the passion and power of older women. Circles of women around us weave invisible nets of love that carry us when we’re weak and sing with us when we’re strong. — Sark T …

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On The Cover

Despite Austen Diamond’s extensive experience working as a journalist and editor, he’s notoriously ter­rible at Scrabble—even worse at Bananagrams. Some think that’s why he mostly …

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HEAL Utah seeks a new director

Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah (HEAL Utah) is looking for a new executive director. Matt Pacenza, who has directed the organization since 2011, is moving on to teach high-sch …

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Zion Park crowds: Comments due August 14

In 1909, President Taft used the Antiquities Act to designate Mukuntu-Weap National Monument in southwest Utah—the place we now know as Zion National Park. The park is a national t …

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Traces of History

A turn-of-the-century real estate investment becomes a beloved landmark, only to face its original fate. Mary Kimball Johnson was not the first person to own the pioneer-era brown …

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Reggae Rise Up Sweetens Summer with SOJA/Dirty Heads and Upcoming Festival

The sweltering midsummer afternoon folds your workday into a hot, dry, blank slate of an evening, and all you can think about is getting away from the heat. But then you think agai …

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First SLUG Mag On Tap Supports Local Craft Brewers

Over 20 breweries from around the state came to pour pints in the heart of Gateway Saturday, July 1. The fundraiser for the Utah Brewers Guild, hosted by our friends at SLUG Magazi …

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Mystic Hot Springs Music Festival 2017 in Monroe, UT

Photo by Skyler Greene, courtesy of Mystic Hot Springs The only thing that could possibly be better than soaking in hot springs bathtubs amidst redrocks, would be soaking in said h …

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