Monthly Archive:: November 2010
The Salt Lake County Council is expected to approve an urban farming tax break proposed for the upcoming legislative session.
Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is far from your typical Republican. For example, while the two-term politician says he is
Eight more grants funded with federal stimulus dollars will go to Utah tech companies collaborating with the state’s colleges and universities.
People started lining up to see President George Bush last night. The former two-term president was in the Salt Lake City-area today
Construction is beginning on a 17,600-acre wind farm in southeast Idaho that will bring wind power to seventeen Utah cities and two
There’s a lot of discussion, information and misinformation circulating about a proposed ordinance to crack down on aggressive panhandling in Salt Lake
It’s back to being Salt Lake County Mayor for Peter Corroon after his unsuccessful run for Utah Governor. He’s got another
While fans of President George W. Bush line up to meet him at the Costco in Sandy Friday afternoon, former Salt Lake
A legislative task force convened to examine how to balance the rights of anglers and hunters with private property owners wrapped up
Following in the footsteps of several Utah municipalities and health departments, the legislature is cracking down on a pot-like product sold in