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UDOT issues Labor Day travel forecast for drivers

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Sept. 2, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — The Utah Department of Transportation is recommending drivers plan ahead for increased traffic along the Wasatch Front this Friday and Monday for the Labor Day weekend. In addition, drivers should be aware of several areas where construction restrictions remain in place on highways throughout the… Keep Reading

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Salt Lake County distributes CARES Act funding to Nourish to Flourish Initiative

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson announced Wednesday that $450,000 in CARES Act funding will be distributed to the Nourish to Flourish Initiative. The Nourish to Flourish Initiative is a collaborative effort by the Lightspark Foundation, local restaurants, and service providers to address food insecurity in the community… Keep Reading

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How many cases of COVID-19 has your city had? New tool will tell you

SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT (KUTV) — A brand new tool to help you track coronavirus hotspots in your neighborhood is now available at the touch of a button. Salt Lake County just debuted a new dashboard that breaks down cases and outbreaks in detail. The graphs from the interactive dashboard stretch across 12 pages. Despite the concerns many have about getting… Keep Reading

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Salt Lake County Library offers free tutoring to students during pandemic

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) — Families in Salt Lake County can now access live tutoring through the county library. Amid the coronavirus pandemic and school uncertainty, the library wants to assist parents and their children during the mix of in-person and distance learning by providing free online learning resources. Continue Reading on Keep Reading

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Crews assist stranded climbers from West Slabs on Mount Olympus

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah, Aug. 31, 2020 (Gephardt Daily) — Crews assisted three stranded climbers from the West Slabs of Mount Olympus Saturday evening. Salt Lake County Search and Rescue was called out at 9:33 p.m. for the people, who  had started the route around noon, said a Facebook post. Continue Reading on Gephardt Daily Keep Reading

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Local Education Foundations, Businesses And Community Come Together To Support Students

It was a more streamlined event, but still people showed up and donated school supplies, clothing, and other items for students in need. It was the Tools for Schools, a fundraising drive that supports 11 area school districts as well as charter schools and the Utah Schools for the Deaf and the Blind. Local businesses… Keep Reading

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Corner Canyon uses second-half surge to stomp Bingham 42-19

SOUTH JORDAN — People from around the country tuned in to ESPN on Friday night to watch Corner Canyon take on Bingham in a high-profile 6A matchup. While the game was close early, Corner Canyon’s high-powered offense was too much for the Miners as they pulled away in the second half to win 42-19. Corner Canyon quarterback… Keep Reading