Monthly Archive:: October 2012

Lt. Governor Greg Bell and Challenger, Vince Rampton, Face Off in Debate

Utah Governor Gary Herbert and his Democratic challenger Peter Cooke have debated several times this election season about their visions for the

CityViews 11/1/12: The Founders and Faith/Youth, Food and Growth

  Segment 1: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” That’s the start

Utah DAQ Has Grant Money Available for Clean Fuel Projects

The Utah Division of Air Quality wants to help other organizations clean up their vehicles.

Mayor Corroon Urges Governor to Oppose Snake Valley Agreement

Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon wants Governor Gary Herbert to get behind the Millard County Commission’s opposition of the draft Snake

U of U Political Scientist Gives Thoughts on Local Races

With the 2012 General Election less than a week away, campaigns are gearing up in Utah for both national and local

CityViews 10/31/12: Horror Films & Haunted Houses/Protesting Tar Sands

Segment 1: Haunted houses are big business this time of year and scary movies are popular year round. Why are we drawn

Could Millcreek Incorporation Cost $500,000?

Plans to improve 23-hundred East from I-80 to 39-hundred South are underway. The project’s design process has been in the works

Health Care Reform: Medicine, Myths, and Realities, a Panel Discussion on the Affordable Care Act

The Affordable Care Act has been hotly debated since it was enacted in March, 2010.  On October 30, a panel discussion featuring

Consumer Spending Up Across the Wasatch Front

Consumer spending across the Wasatch Front is up 3.9 percent over the past 12 months, two percent higher than the national consumer

Winter Farmers Market Coming to Salt Lake City

Four months out of the year, Pioneer Park is filled with farmers, bakers and artisans selling their goods at the Downtown Farmers