Monthly Archive:: July 2011

County Increasing Recycling Pick-ups

Beginning this September, residents in unincorporated Salt Lake County will be able to recycle twice as often. Pam Roberts, the county’s Sanitation

Remembering Baseball Legend’s Visit to Salt Lake

With AAA baseball’s top players in Salt Lake City for tonight’s All-Star Game at Spring Mobile Ballpark, an article in the Salt

SLCPD Holds “Bike School” to Recruit Officers to Bike Squad

The state’s largest bicycle force is training police officers who want to join their squad. A dozen officers with the Salt Lake

Stray Animals Quadruple In July, Humane Society Blames New Fireworks Laws

The cages are full and the kennels are packed, but still the staff at the Humane Society of Utah says they’re continuing

Lee Opposes McConnell Debt Ceiling Plan

Republican Utah Senator Mike Lee says he’s willing to support raising the debt ceiling… under three conditions. The first is mandated cuts

Polygamists Suing Utah in Federal Court

The polygamous Lehi family made famous for their TLC television series “Sister Wives” is challenging Utah’s anti-polygamy law. Kody Brown and his

Wimmer Files for Congressional Committee

After being elected into the legislature in 2006, one of the most conservative lawmakers on Utah’s Capitol Hill is looking for a

City Considers Fee for False Fire Alarms

False or nuisance fire alarms are burdening the Salt Lake City fire department, causing stations to respond to unnecessary calls and leaving

Cache County Drops Flag Abuse Case

A Utah State University student is off the hook for a 4th of July protest where he and his friends wrote on

Huntsman Questioned on Cap-and-Trade Support

Presidential candidate and former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman reiterated his support for a controversial plan to transform Medicare over the weekend. Speaking