Monthly Archive:: October 2009
Controversy has been swirling around the Sorenson Multicultural Center on the west side of Salt Lake City in recent weeks. It’s
Salt Lake City is trying to come up with the money for a significant part of the future TRAX line to the
Democratic State Representative Lynn Hemingway from Holladay is making another attempt to broaden sex education in Utah. He sees it as
Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment President Dr. Brian Moench says ignoring the threat of climate change because three percent of the
Camp Williams has been selected as the site for new a data center to support the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative. Governor Gary
Democratic State Representative Lynn Hemingway from Holladay discusses a bill he's sponsoring with Republican Senator Steve Urquhart for the 2010 session.
When an apostle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints give a speech, what’s the news angle? Is it
58 year-old Salt Lake City resident Bryan Bennington was born in South Africa. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus
Echoing the national outrage over large bonuses for top brass at bailed-out banks, Utah’s own School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration has
Governor Gary Herbert sees himself as a “little guy” in politics, even though he’s the incumbent running in the 2010 special election.