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Will you vaccinate your 5 to 11-year-old against COVID-19?

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – With the COVID-19 vaccine becoming available for 5-to-11-year-old children in the coming days, it’s anticipated that Salt Lake County parents can begin vaccinating their young kids by November 1. Christina Pehrson is a mother of five who said she’s having conversations with her children...
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Jazz center Rudy Gobert opens food pantry at Salt Lake area middle school

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4)- Rudy’s Kids Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, opened a food pantry at Northwest Middle School in Salt Lake City. Gobert opened the pantry in partnership with Smith’s Food and the Salt Lake Education Foundation.  The pantry will provide students and their families access to emergency […]
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
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Salt Lake City accused of civil rights violations during Floyd protest

SALT LAKE CITY — A new lawsuit alleges Salt Lake City mishandled a protest for George Floyd in downtown Salt Lake on May 30, 2020, and violated protestors’ civil rights. Lawsuit points a finger at Salt Lake City and its police department. Infringement of First Amendment rights. The lawsuit involving...
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
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Tim Cook, Dwyane Wade come together to support Utah LGBTQ+ organization

LEHI, Utah (KUTV) — A lot of big names gathered in the Silicon Slopes Summit in Utah, and a number of them came together to support a local organization, Encircle. The group has set up homes providing therapy, programming and services for LGBTQ+ youth in Provo, Salt Lake, and St. George.
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Salt Lake Tribune

Looking for a free, easy way to curb your emissions? Exchange your old gas cans in Murray Saturday

This story is part of The Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identify solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. Keeping the air clean is a monumental task that requires the effort from private and public organizations, but Utahns can take a small, individual step to lower emissions by simply changing how they store gasoline.
MURRAY, UT
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Letter: Saving the Great Salt Lake

The Great Salt Lake is drying up. Maybe your initial reaction is, “Great, I won’t miss that stinky lake and all those mosquitoes!”. Or maybe you’re thinking, “Well, that’s interesting” — and you’re right. Either way, I plead with you to think again. The issue is beyond interesting. It’s imperative.
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT

Salt Lake City mayor bans new homeless shelters for next 6 months

Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall wants to ban the creation of any new, permanent homeless shelters in her city for the next six months. The aim, she said, is to take the time to chart a new course for homeless services in Salt Lake City and prevent Utah’s capital from taking on a higher burden than other cities across the Wasatch Front and the state.
SALT LAKE CITY, UT
sandyjournal.com

Corner Canyon High School student takes it upon herself to gather donations for Bell View Elementary students

Corner Canyon High School senior Emilee Larisch donated 100 backpacks filled with school supplies to Bell View Elementary. (Tamra Baker/Bell View Elementary) Some Bell View Elementary students will be sporting new backpacks, full of school supplies, hygiene items, a water bottle, a book to read and a coloring book to complete, thanks to the generosity of one Corner Canyon High School student who took it upon herself to gather donations for school children in need.
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT
valleyjournals.com

Nature and learning combine during outdoor story time

Melinda Tooley uses movement and songs to engage children during outdoor story time behind the Tyler Library on Sept. 8. (Sarah Morton Taggart/City Journals) A librarian is leading a group of children in singing “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” then suddenly interrupts herself. “There’s a squirrel!”. The children turn their attention to...
SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT
midvalejournal.com

Four elementary schools get freshened up, thanks to community volunteers

United Way of Salt Lake volunteers prepare to paint a mural on the outside of East Midvale Elementary. (Shelley McCall/East Midvale Elementary) About 100 community volunteers were paired up with four schools in Canyons School District for projects from sprucing up school grounds and gardens to painting murals as part of the annual United Way of Salt Lake’s Day of Caring.
MIDVALE, UT