Monthly Archive:: May 2012

“No Labels” for Huntsman

More than 60,000 people called in this week to hear a message from a group calling itself No Labels, bemoaning the lack

Westminster College Graduates Largest Class in School’s History

More than 900 students will graduate from Westminster College in Salt Lake City this weekend, becoming part of the largest graduating class

Salt Lake City Gears Up for Largest PRIDE Festival in State History

What’s become one of Salt Lake City’s most anticipated celebrations kicks off Friday with a promise to be bigger than ever.

Herbert Implements Idle-Free Policy for State Fleet

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is jumping on the idle-free bandwagon with a new executive order for state employees to turn off the

Hatch Pushes for States to Control Wolves

Utah Senator Orrin Hatch teamed up with a Wyoming lawmaker Wednesday to highlight his efforts to get the gray wolf removed from

Salt Lake City Ranked Seventh-Most Friendly for Small Businesses

A new survey conducted by an online marketplace for hiring local business services shows Salt Lake City is a friendly place

CityViews 5/31/12: Honors for “Icefall”/The SLC Arts Hub

Segment 1: Matthew J. Kirby’s “Icefall,” a coming-of-age tale filled with Norse mythology, garnered glowing reviews from Kirkus, Publisher’s Weekly and novelist

Advocates Urge Congress to Work Together to Pass VAWA

A debate over the protection of women and families from violence is taking shape in Washington. Tuesday, advocates for Utah victims urged

ACLU Seeks Info on Automatic License Plate Readers

The ACLU of Utah has filed an open-records request to learn more about how law enforcement agencies in the state are using

Hatch, Crapo Meet With Utah Business Leaders

Small business leaders in Utah had the opportunity today to let two Western federal lawmakers know what economic issues impact them the