Monthly Archive:: June 2011

Ice Cream Vendor Says City is Hampering his Business Again

Bret Cali, the owner of a small business that sells ice cream from bicycles, says Salt Lake City is again waging war

Arts Festival Vendors Share Their Crafts

For 35 years, the Utah Arts Festival has been a venue for artists from across the world to showcase their crafts. This

Construction Begins on Parley’s Trail Pedestrian Tunnel

The crown jewel of the ongoing Parley’s Trail expansion is coming to fruition. Construction crews are in the first stages of carving

Governor Says Recent Layoffs Not Linked to Controversy

Governor Gary Herbert insists that the firing of three state archaeologists earlier this week was due to budget cuts, and not any

On the Road with Jon Huntsman

Adjectives used to describe former Governor Jon Huntsman’s presidential announcement earlier this week range from “civil” to “boring” and even “fact-free.” At

Utah Arts Festival Bigger Than Ever in Its 35th Year

Get your hands on art, feast your ears on music and your eyes on all of the attractions at the 35th annual

GRAMA Working Group Has Final Meeting

After three months and hundreds of hours spent thinking about how to make Utah’s open records law better for everyone, the GRAMA

County Celebrates Partnership to Restore, Beautify Millcreek Canyon

Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains on the east side of the Salt Lake Valley, Millcreek Canyon provides an outlet for thousands of

Utahns Weigh In on Huntsman’s Chances

Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman announced Tuesday he will make a run for the presidency. But the question remains: will his moderate

City Seeks Public Input on Mobile Food Truck Ordinance Changes

Salt Lake City is proposing to amend a zoning ordinance to give mobile businesses more flexibility. Unlike food carts, food trucks aren’t