Monthly Archive:: June 2011

Understanding Utah’s New Liquor Laws

Big changes to Utah’s liquor laws begin Friday. A new law going into effect shifts the time liquor and beer can be

Younger Huntsman Attends Romney Rally

Talk about being caught on camera. He might have been wearing sunglasses, but that didn’t stop former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman’s son,

SL County Park Bond Vote Postponed Until 2012

Salt Lake County voters will have one more year to decide whether to vote “yes” on a $110 million dollar parks bond.

Archaeological Preservationists Criticize, Question Layoffs

While Utah Governor Gary Herbert has insisted the recent firing of three state archaeologists was only a cost-cutting move, that’s not placating

Salt Lake-Park City Bus Route Slated for October Launch

You’ll soon have another option besides a car to get between Salt Lake City and Park City. Utah Transit Authority Spokesman Gerry

Report Details Significant Drop in State’s Education Funding Effort

It’s already widely known that Utah spends the least amount of money per student in K-12 public education. But a new report

Matheson Expects Gerrymandering Again

While the Utah legislature’s redistricting committee has been getting input from residents across the state, one Utahn who’s not hesitant to weigh

Utah Considering Costly Early Primary Election

Utahns could be voting in two primary elections in 2012, if the legislature is willing to spend the money. Lt. Governor Greg

Huntsman Tours Taylorsville Science Lab in Campaign Stop

Former Utah Governor and Presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman made a campaign stop in Taylorsville Tuesday afternoon to tour the labs of a

West Valley City Considers Tax Hike to Fill Budget Gap

West Valley City is considering a property tax increase of more than 18 percent to balance its 2012 budget. Earlier this year,