Quick, what first comes to mind when you hear the words Great Salt Lake? Smelly? Briny? Empty? A Weber State sociologist is surveying how Utahns feel about the state’s largest body of water and on Tuesday, Dr. Carla Trentelman joins Jennifer to talk about what she’s found.
- Dr. Carla Trentelman, Weber State University
- Lynn de Freitas, Friends of the Great Salt Lake
Trentelman is holding her final public meeting to present her research tonight at 7:30 in the Special Events Room in the Health, Wellness & Athletic Center at Westminster College, 1840 S. 1300 E., Salt Lake City.
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West Valley City is hosting a Candlelight Remembrance Walk tonight at 5:30 p.m. The walk begins at Valley Fair Mall (3601 South 2700 West) on the central outdoor plaza, and will proceed across 2700 West to West Valley City Hall (3600 South 2700 West). A brief program will begin at West Valley City Hall at 6:00 p.m.
- Rachelle Hill, Victim Services Coordinator, West Valley City
- Brandy Farmer, volunteer member of the Utah Domestic Violence Council and domestic violence survivor.
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From my view at the top of 3300 South, I see Stansbury & most of Antelope Islands rise out of the GSL each morning, if the air is clear. I cherish each changing vista! My son was even conceived on Stansbury Island, and I have led cereminials there. I grieve at the loss of the Archaic rock art that has been taken from the SW outcrops!!~!
I a d o r e this lake.