Monthly Archive:: December 2009
A top lawmaker in the Utah Legislature will introduce a bill next session creating a statewide health insurance risk pool for small
Salt Lake County homeowners could soon be eligible for loans to make energy-efficient upgrades to their homes. That’s if the county
On Wednesday, December 30th, a familiar voice to all National Public Radio listeners will sign off the air. Newscaster Carl Kasell
Tomorrow, the Salt Lake County Council will consider a nondiscrimination ordinance modeled after the ones recently passed by Salt Lake City. It
Democratic Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon won’t keep his supporters guessing for very much longer about whether he’ll run for governor.
Salt Lake County Councilwoman Jenny Wilson announced last week that she won’t run for reelection in 2010. And Democrats are already strategizing
The Department of Energy will ship thousands of drums of depleted uranium to Utah to be stored at EnergySolutions’ Clive facility, about
Andrew Riggle (center) is living with Cerebral Palsy. He was born prematurely with several developmental problems. His parents, Mike (R) and Chris
Governor Gary Herbert unveiled his first state budget proposal today. As expected, it doesn’t include any tax increases and it attempts to
The Salt Lake County GOP is changing things up just a bit as they prepare for their county convention next year.