Monthly Archive:: May 2012

Traffic Fatalities Up in 2012

As Utahns hit the road for the Memorial Day weekend, the Utah Department of Transportation is alarmed about the number of traffic

Liljenquist Sticks With Debate Fight

Republican Senate hopeful Dan Liljenquist isn’t giving up on his efforts to get more than one debate with his opponent, incumbent Senator

Salt Lake City Begins Kids4Trees Program

Hundreds of elementary school students are taking lessons outside the classroom this week, learning about environmental stewardship. Salt Lake City developed the

Former Hewlett Packard CEO Speaks to Business Leaders in Salt Lake

Former Hewlett Packard CEO and U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina addressed the Zions Bank Trade and Business Conference this afternoon at the

Hatch, Lee Oppose U.N. L aw of Sea Convention

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the military’s support of the United Nations Convention on the Law of The Sea discussed today

CityViews 5/24/12: Why We Write/An Insider’s Guide to the SLC Cemetery

Segment 1: Writing is a creative process, a craft dominated by words and punctuation and themes and characters. Writers are motivated by

U of U Offers Environmental Education in Montana

This fall, the University of Utah is extending its campus to a restored ghost town in southern Montana. Mary Tull, Director of

Matheson, Love Face Utah Taxpayers Association

Two political rivals in the race for Utah’s 4th Congressional district addressed the Utah Taxpayers Association at the Little America Hotel Tuesday.

More Public Access Could be Coming to Utah’s Rivers and Streams

The question of how accessible Utah’s rivers and streams should be remains in the hands of a judge. Monday, a fourth district

Winder Supporter Files Complaint Against Crockett Campaign

A supporter of West Valley City Mayor Mike Winder’s campaign for Salt Lake County Mayor is fighting fire with fire, after Winder’s