Monthly Archive:: September 2011

Fare Changes Coming to UTA

Big changes are coming to UTA. In a meeting earlier this week, officials began discussing new fare modifications that would lower the

State Feels Job Growth but No Change in Unemployment Rate

Utah has seen some marginal job growth over the past year, according to the latest employment summary. The Governor’s Office of Economic

Monument Fight Continues in Congress

Ever since President Bill Clinton created the Grand-Staircase Escalante National Monument in southern Utah, politicians in the state have railed against the

Salt Lake’s Rotary Club Celebrates 100 Years

One hundred years. That’s how long it’s been since the founding of The Rotary Club of Salt Lake City. Like Rotary Clubs

West Nile Virus Still a Danger this Fall

Heath officials are warning that cooler weather is no reason to stop watching out for mosquitoes. The Utah Department of Health reports

Opening Set for Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum of Utah has announced it will welcome patrons into its new home in early winter. The Rio Tinto

Harmons Opens East Bench Store With Smaller Footprint

A new Harmons grocery store on Salt Lake City’s East bench is now open for business. As KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports, the

Hookah Tobacco Won’t be Banned in Public Places for Now

Hookah tobacco will not be banned in Utah’s bars and clubs after all… at least not for now. In an emergency meeting

CityViews 9/15: Joining the Choir

Segment 1: Choral groups are everywhere in Utah, from barbershop quartets and sweet adelines to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and community choruses

Charlie Luke, Incumbent J.T. Martin Advance from East-Side Primary

The residents of Salt Lake City Council District 6 have demonstrated that they are ready for new leadership. That’s what Charlie Luke