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Utah’s 4th of July fireworks planned during 2020 pandemic

Utah (ABC4 News) – The 4th of July is usually a favorite summer holiday where Americans gather together to celebrate our freedom. Firework displays, pool parties, BBQ’s and neighborhood gatherings are usually ingredients for the perfect Independence Day bash. This year’s 4th is already looking different due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many of Utah’s major firework shows… Keep Reading

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Where can I light fireworks in Utah?

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Summer months in Utah brings families together for fun, food, and celebrations. Two holidays known for bringing people together are quickly approaching. The Fourth of July and Pioneer Day (July 24th), both are synonymous with Utahn’s engaging in setting off fireworks. The Utah Fire Marshal’s office has released information for this year’s festivities… Keep Reading

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Monster Energy Supercross, Community Writing Center Virtual Workshops, South Jordan Virtual Summerfest / Beer, Blues & Brats Benefit, and more.

Monster Energy Supercross Let’s face it: We miss sports. As professional and collegiate sports faced schedule disruptions throughout the spring, we’ve lost that buzz of excitement that comes from watching high-level competition. And while many organizations still wrestle with the logistics of resuming competition in our current circumstances, at least one organization will be bringing… Keep Reading

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‘Jordan Cup’ a go, pending school board approval

SALT LAKE CITY — Jordan School District is moving ahead with plans to conduct district-level competitions for its high school spring sports athletes whose seasons were cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic. The “Jordan Cup” competitions would likely be conducted in late June, after the end of the school year. Students would have to undergo… Keep Reading

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‘Social Distancing’ parade honors caregivers

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – Dozen of Utahn’s gathered Monday morning to honor healthcare workers on the front line of COVID-19 pandemic.  The procession route included a host of first-responders such as police, firetrucks and ambulances that flashed emergency lights and sound sirens sending a “thank you” to the health care staff. Continue Reading… Keep Reading

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University of Utah to hold Virtual video gaming event

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4 News) – As the nation continues to tread through the COVID-19 pandemic, many people may be looking for an outlet for some relief. Virtual entertainment has certainly served as an avenue to ease the mind of content consumers, and students in the University of Utah’s nationally ranked Entertainment Arts and Engineering… Keep Reading