Is Utah the Worst State for Women’s Equality? Here’s what the numbers show.

Editor’s Note: This article is one of a series examining the status of women in Utah. Read the editorial explaining the project. Utah is regularly called the worst state for women’s equality, and this ranking is often due to these factors in the lives of the women who live here: …

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“America Together” but apart: Biden, first lady, vice-president, separate for the weekend of July 4

President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden team up at the White House Sunday night for a July 4 barbecue with essential workers and military families that marks America’s independence as the country recovers from the pandemic coronavirus. The event crowns a weekend of travel that the White House billed …

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Small Utah Businesses Eligible for SBA Loans

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Officials are urging local non-farm small businesses to apply for low-interest federal disaster disaster loans from the US Small Business Administration, SBA. According to director Tanya N. Garfield of the SBA’s Disaster Field Operations Center, businesses in five counties in Utah and neighboring counties of …

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Ask an expert: coexist with wildlife during a drought

Just as humans must learn to adapt to changes in water availability during a drought, so do wildlife. Less water means less habitat available for wildlife, and since Utah is home to significant numbers of wildlife, prolonged drought can create a perfect storm for human-wildlife conflict at the city-wilderness interface. …

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Taylorsville Teen Dismembered, Stabbed

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A teenager whose remains were discovered in a Taylorsville trailer last month was also stabbed in the head 26 times, according to a court document. Police arrested Rowdy Lee Aguilar, 17, and he was charged as an adult with aggravated murder. The body of 15-year-old …

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Salt Lake Chamber speaking on Business: Open Streets SLC

The Salt Lake City Room · Business Talk: Open Streets SLC Here’s Derek Miller talking about business. Once again, Salt Lake City will host Open Streets to help support businesses, strengthen our economy, and welcome people to the heart of our community. Dee Brewer, Head of the Downtown Alliance, is …

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Danny Meyer wants alfresco dining to save New York

“Someone sent me a box of hot dogs,” Danny Meyer said as he entered Union Square Café, his oldest restaurant, holding a large cardboard package. He placed the package on the bar, took off his mask, and opened a cover letter, from the owner of a series of hot dog …

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Real Salt Lake win Nashville SC first visit to Utah draw

SANDY – Real Salt Lake won their first draw of the season on Saturday night. The home side followed the lead of the visitors, Nashville SC, who found their fourth place finish in five games. David Ochoa made three saves in his first career shutout, but Real Salt Lake couldn’t …

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Bradley Benjamin Devereaux | Obituary

Bradley Benjamin Devereaux Bradley Benjamin Devereaux, left this earthly life on May 4, 2021. He was born on March 9, 1996 to Bradley and Penny Jones Devereaux, in Davenport, Iowa. At the age of two, he moved with his family to Bountiful, Utah and lived there for seven years. They …

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Building New Mexico’s outdoor economy

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) – Ryan and Cody Dudgeon both grew up in northwestern New Mexico. The two left for greener pastures in Missoula, MT. But after working as river guides in Montana and Idaho for 14 years, the married couple came to see the rivers that run through their homes …

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