Monthly Archive:: October 2011

Shurtleff to Host Mountain West Immigration Summit

Business, law enforcement, faith and government leaders will gather in Utah tomorrow to discuss immigration in the Mountain West Immigration Summit hosted

Two Utah Projects Highlighted in Federal Recreation, Conservation Initiative

Completion of the Jordan River Parkway and environmental education programs at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge have been highlighted by the U.S.

Becker Won’t Support Loan to KCPW, but Anonymous Lender Steps Forward

KCPW Public Radio has withdrawn its application for a loan of up to $250,000 from Salt Lake City. The radio station had

CityViews 10/25/11: All is Vanity?

Segment 1: Drive along I-15 and you can’t miss the billboards advertising enlargements and sculptings and skin treatments. Utahns love plastic surgery.

2012 Federal Farm Bill Forum at the Main City Library

In honor of National Food Day, KCPW broadcast a forum on the 2012 Federal Farm Bill on Monday, October 24 live from

NBA Lockout Impacts Salt Lake City Businesses

Seven months out of the year, Salt Lake City is filled with people eating, shopping and parking downtown on their way to

Granite Schools Try Vegetarian Lunches

Utah’s largest school district has gone meatless every Monday during October as part of an initiative to introduce kids to more diverse

Becker Defers to Library Board on Director Controversy

While Salt Lake City Library employees, volunteers and now fundraisers have vocally given their input on the controversy over Library Director Beth

CityViews 10/24/11: Food Policy: Supporting Healthy Foods and Local Farmers

Segment 1: It’s no secret that the federal government subsidizes farmers to grow corn, soy, wheat, cotton and rice – commodities that

Highly Educated, No College Loan Debt and Jobless

Today, many young people, and some old, are finding that a college degree doesn’t necessarily lead to a good job. And in