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Local Utah Headlines – Wednesday Morning November 24, 2021

Wednesday morning November 24, 2021 State US sees improvement as second Thanksgiving pandemic arrives The United States is in better shape as its second Thanksgiving pandemic approaches, thanks to the vaccine. But some cold regions are reporting outbreaks of COVID-19 cases. These could worsen in the days to come as …

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Tan’s Treats fights to end food insecurity, one child at a time – St George News

SOUTHERN UTAH – Food insecurity is a national crisis. Millions of children face hunger daily, including students in the Washington County School District. This is where Tan’s Treats comes in. Sunny 101.5 morning show host Cindy Olson uses her new show “Sunny Side with Cindy” to celebrate the people who …

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Native Four Corners potato makes a comeback

When you think of the diet of the ancient indigenous peoples of North America, you probably think of squash, beans and corn – the famous three sisters. Potatoes probably don’t come to mind. But recent archaeological research has revealed that at least one potato was part of the North American …

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Wing Nutz – St George News

ST. GEORGE – Sheldon Demke is back, hitting one of his favorite spots in town with 99.9 KONY Country’s Marty Lane in this tasty episode of “What’s on the Menu”. Wing Nutz offers a choice of 18 homemade sauces and the best oven-baked wings in the industry. They only use …

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Migrant camps grow in Mexico amid uncertain US policy – ABC4 Utah

TIJUANA, Mexico (AP) – As night fell, around 250 police and city workers stormed a squalid camp for migrants hoping to seek asylum in the United States. Migrants had to register to get credentials or leave. Within hours, those who remained were surrounded by a chain-link fence sufficient to span …

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What to expect as ski areas head into another pandemic season

In fact, many areas with only a few restaurants, like Powder Mountain in Utah, didn’t even open their dining rooms last winter. “We were very, very conservative,” Powder Mountain spokesperson JP Goulet said. This season, indoor dining will once again take place at all resorts, most at full capacity, although …

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25 Restaurants Serving Thanksgiving Dinner In Utah • Salt Lake Magazine

Many of us have romantic Norman Rockwell-style visions of cooking the perfect Thanksgiving feast for a big family reunion. But for many home cooks, the reality is quite different: the turkey is dry, the buns are burnt, and someone forgot to bring the Jell-O salad your ancestors have been making …

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2021 Utah Human Race is gone!

The 16th annual Utah Human Race will take place on Thanksgiving morning, November 25, 2021. It’s one of the largest 5K / 10K events in the state, and all proceeds go directly to the Utah Food Bank. Ginette Bott, president and CEO of the Utah Food Bank, said the goal …

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Heard of insulin resistance? You probably have it, and that’s a very bad thing

Estimated reading time: 7-8 minutes A recent prospective study showed that 88% of American adults are metabolically “unfit”. And Ben Bikman, Ph.D., a local Utah professor and leading metabolic scientist knows the culprit. “It’s just our food,” Bikman said. “We eat the wrong kinds of food in the wrong amounts, …

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County of SL split into 4 in new redistribution map

SALT LAKE CITY – The Utah State Legislature Redistribution Committee unveiled its long-awaited maps on Friday night, ahead of a special session to adopt the political boundaries of the Congress, Legislature and School Board of the State. The cards were released to the public ahead of a hearing on them …

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