Monthly Archive:: May 2011

West Valley Announces Name for New Downtown Development

Downtown West Valley City will be getting a major facelift over the next several years. Local leaders broke ground today Thursday on

County Dems Cry Foul on Winder’s News Stint

Imagine skimming the daily paper to find a news article written by a well-known local politician, like the mayor. That’s exactly what

Huntsman to Set Up in Sunshine State

Not New Hampshire, not South Carolina, but Orlando, Florida. That’s where former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman has reportedly picked to be his

Job Numbers Up, Unemployment Down in Utah

The number of jobs in Utah has grown by almost 19,000 over the past year, according to a new employment summary from

Donations Aren’t Pouring In to Save Sugar House Fireworks This Time

A 23-year summertime tradition is in danger of coming to an end once again due to funding. The annual 4th of July

Herbert: Privatizing Fed. Lands to Reduce Deficit Worth Exploring

Utah Governor Gary Herbert says selling federal land to help ease the national debt is an idea worth exploring. He was responding

Talks to Build a Nuclear Power Plant in Utah Continue

To build or not to build a nuclear power plant in Utah? That was the question before the legislature’s Public Utilities and

Herbert Says DABC Mishap Isolated Incident

Governor Gary Herbert responded this morning to a legislative audit slamming the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for doling out liquor to

Head Start Finds Support in Local Fashion

Salt Lake City’s Head Start program is finding unique ways to stay on its feet after surviving what could have been the

Park City Financial Planner is an “Accidental Artist”

A financial planner in Park City has a knack for explaining difficult financial concepts… with a Sharpie and a piece of card