Utah Food

Worry About Finding Summer Workers In A Pandemic – ABC4 Utah

BOSTON (AP) – The owner of seafood restaurants on Cape Cod has cut lunch service and delayed opening some places because his summer influx of foreign workers has yet to arrive. Over a thousand miles away, a Jamaican couple wonder if the rest of their extended family can join them …

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Sheriff SLCo’s SAR crew rescue 2 cliff skiers in Little Cottonwood Canyon

Photo: Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah, April 18, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) – Search and rescue teams from the Salt Lake County Sheriff’s Office spent Friday evening rescuing two stranded skiers in Little Cottonwood Canyon. The crews were called at 8:20 p.m. to help two …

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No threat of giant hornets in southern Utah, but there are other bugs to worry about – St George News

ST. GEORGE – What’s bothering people in southern Utah this spring? Fortunately, not the Asian giant hornets that have appeared in Washington state. Due to the dry climate, Utah State University arthropod diagnostics specialist Zach Schumm doesn’t expect the Asian giant hornet to establish itself here. Asian Giant Hornets Exhibition, …

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Utah’s newest state park features a mountain full of dinosaur bones and a former WWII Japanese internment camp.

It doesn’t look like much: a simple dirt road branching off into a dusty pool, crisscrossed with tire tracks, surrounded by an unimpressive ridge line. But when Jim Kirkland talks about what’s on this plateau and the surrounding Cedar Mountain formation, his eyes light up. “This formation has more dinosaur …

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Man barricaded and allegedly shot at a SWAT team in Taylorsville was taken into custody on Saturday evening

An impasse arose after police responded to a report of domestic violence; suspect arrested for assaulting both parents. (Sara Tabin | The Salt Lake Tribune) Unified Police were at the scene in Taylorsville, near the 5000 block of S. Queenswood, where a person allegedly fired a gun at officers on …

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40,000 Pound Food Donation to Church Means Safety for Rockingham | New

“It’s just easier for someone to drop food off at the local department or hand a bag of food to a neighbor who is a firefighter in these times when social distancing is a priority for most citizens,” he said. Dawson said. “Several departments have done this in the past …

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Environmental Humanities Program Hosts Essay Workshop and Authors’ Discussion Series – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Edible gardens on the University of Utah campus. (Chronicle Archives) The University of Utah’s Environmental Humanities Program is hosting a new series of six-part writing workshops this spring, focusing on the intersection of gardening, ecology, and social justice. The idea for the event started with a group of graduate students …

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Low unemployment leading to a high number of vacancies in Utah restaurants

SALT LAKE CITY – Utah has rebounded so well from the pandemic that the state currently has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. But it’s having an unexpected impact on the restaurant industry – they’re having a hard time finding people to fill vacancies. “This is the …

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Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Adds 2 New Locations in Utah

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers will open two locations in Utah this summer, the company said in an April 13 press release emailed to Deseret News. The chicken fingers chain will debut in Utah with a restaurant in southern Jordan opening on June 8 and a second location in Provo to …

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