Monthly Archive:: August 2011

More Than Half of Westminster College’s Freshmen From Out of State

One of the smallest colleges in Utah is attracting students from across the world. Westminster College, Utah’s only private, comprehensive liberal arts

Commuters Have Mixed Feelings About TRAX Line Shuffle

TRAX riders making daily commutes into downtown Salt Lake City and the University of Utah have mixed feelings about the route changes

Acclaimed Author to Discuss New Memoir at Salt Lake Library

In her new book, Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness, Alexandra Fuller writes about a very memorable character: her mother, Nicola.

New Billboard Aimed at Atheists, Nonreligious Utahns

A billboard aimed at atheists and non-religious Utahns is now up along a popular Salt Lake City highway. The Utah Coalition of

City Council Hears Public Comment on Wal-Mart Rezone

Extra seating and two police officers were needed to help organize the crowd that showed up to voice their opinions last night

District Attorney Won’t File Criminal Charges Against SLC Cop

Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill says he won’t file criminal charges against the Salt Lake City police officer accused of

Redistricting Committee Chooses Citizen Map

In an unexpected move Monday, the Utah Legislature’s Redistricting Committee chose a citizen map for new state school board boundaries. As KCPW’s

Liljenquist Says Primary Consideration in Senate Race is Family

While Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is out of the running for U.S. Senate, a Republican lawmaker is still considering a challenge against

Democrats Take Redistricting Message to Southern Utah

The newly-elected chairman and other leaders of the Utah Democratic Party have embarked on a “Red Rock Tour.” The party says Jim

Chaffetz Says No to Senate Run in 2012

Republican Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz says he would like to return to Washington, but not as a senator… at least for now.