Monthly Archive:: March 2012

Concurrent Enrollment Courses in Danger Under Sex Ed Bill

Weber State University may be forced to drop a handful of its concurrent enrollment courses if Utah Governor Gary Herbert lends his

Politics Up Close: Winder Runs for County Mayor

West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder is plowing ahead with his bid for Salt Lake County Mayor. The candidate has picked up

Hatch Supporters Turn Out for Caucuses

Republicans wanting a voice in Utah’s political process were given that chance last night as thousands of new delegates and precinct chairs

Last Day for Comment on Blended Nuclear Waste

The official public comment period will close Friday on a decision to allow EnergySolutions to store blended nuclear waste in Utah. As

Lee Continues Protest Against Nominees

Republican Utah Senator Mike Lee’s decision to vote against all of President Obama’s judicial nominees in protest of his controversial recess appointments

City Offers Space on Library Square for Occupy SLC

Occupy Salt Lake will have a new home in April. After spending the winter on the Gallivan Plaza, the city has offered

Expert on Afghanistan War, Insurgency Speaks in Salt Lake

The alleged killing of 16 Afghan civilians by an American soldier has raised serious questions about the future of U.S.forces in Afghanistan.

Corrosion Conference Emphasizes High Cost of Low Maintenance

The world’s largest organization dedicated to preventing corrosion in transportation infrastructure and pipelines was in Salt Lake City this week to showcase

CityViews 3/15/12: Oil Shale – Fact or Fiction?/”Worry Lines”

Segment 1:   Some scientists estimate the oil bed under Utah, Colorado and Wyoming amounts to triple the reserves of Saudi Arabia.

Big Day for Hatch, Liljenquist

Today, Utah Republicans will flock to their caucuses across the state, following the Democrats’ meetings held Tuesday. And with his bid for