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Where do major US religions stand on the COVID-19 vaccination?

Aaron Dickey, 91, receives a COVID-19 vaccine while his wife, Marion, 83, left, looks on in Spanish Fork on March 25. Marion Dickey said she looked to President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints when deciding whether to get the vaccination. (Spenser Heaps, Deseret News) SALT LAKE CITY — A recentreport from the Public Religion Research Institute says 53% of Americans agree with the statement: "Because getting vaccinated against COVID-19 helps protect everyone, it is a way to live out the religious principle of loving my neighbors."
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Fringe Fest: ‘Strangers: A Homo’s Odyssey’ is a Beautiful Journey in Self-Love

Why do we love? This age-old question has been asked by all who’ve felt the bitter sting of heartbreak or the intense grasp of infatuation. Answers to the query have been attempted by poets, musicians and scientists, but, in his one-man-show “Strangers: A Homo’s Odyssey,” Tom Roche provides a simple solution: “Because Zeus is an asshole.”
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Federal eviction moratorium over, what’s next?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — The federal eviction moratorium is over and this means Utah will go back to its usual landlord/tenant laws. However, if you are struggling, there is substantial help you could receive. There is still $150 million up for grabs. This is federal money given to the...
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Utah County Woman Leads Effort To Get Water To Homeless Camps

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Location announced for tiny home village for the homeless in Salt Lake City

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From bath bombs to resin jewelry, Craft Lake City has a workshop for you at the annual DIY Festival

This story is sponsored by Craft Lake City. Calling all crafters, creators, and aspiring artists — this is an event you won't want to miss. Craft Lake City is a 501(c)3 non-profit whose mission is to educate, promote and inspire local artisans while elevating the creative culture of the Utah arts community through science, technology and art. Each year Craft Lake City puts on workshops, organizes public art installations, and hosts a Business Academy to help burgeoning local makers grow their business. But their annual Craft Lake City DIY Festival is what really draws a crowd. If you've never been, this is a good year to start!
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Morgan Community Supports Grieving Family After Sudden Loss of Teen Son

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