Monthly Archive:: August 2011

Joint Exhibition Remembers Longtime Artist, Art Teacher Doug Snow

A longtime artist and art teacher who passed away in late 2009 is the subject of a joint exhibition opening this week

Modified Beer Festival a Success

Tighter liquor laws didn’t put a damper on Salt Lake City Weekly’s second annual Utah Beer Festival Saturday outside the City-County Building.

Utah Families Take Charge to Prevent Obesity

Utah fortunately hasn't caught up with the rest of the nation in obesity rates, but some families are being proactive to make

South Salt Lake Police See Uptick in Scams

While sending money to someone you don’t know or giving out your bank account number on the phone may sound like an

Politics Up Close: Utahns Against Hunger

How much time do you spend thinking about the food that you eat? If it’s something you can easily afford, perhaps not

Politics Up Close: ACLU on Public Defender System in Utah

The U.S. Supreme Court has made it clear that criminal defendants who can’t afford a lawyer must be provided one by the

Would Huntsman Really Be VP Nominee?

Is a Bachmann-Huntsman ticket within the realm of possibility? Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman told CNN earlier this week he’d willingly be

Salt Lake City Responds to Complaints Via iPhone App

Annoyed by a junk car on your neighbor’s lawn or an ugly patch of weeds? Well, Salt Lake City residents now have

Herbert Waiting for DABC Audit

Utah Governor Gary Herbert won’t say much about his decision to fire the head of the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control until

Report Slams Lack of Resources for Public Defenders

Utah falls behind the rest of the nation in the amount of money and resources it directs toward public defenders, according to