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Chalk the Walk returns for the 4th year

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) – In it’s first in-person event since the pandemic, The Salt Lake County Library will welcome chalk artists and their fans to partake in the library’s fourth annual Chalk the Walk. The family friendly event will happen at the Library’s Viridian Event Center located at 8030 South 1825 West… Keep Reading

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Jordan District Teachers Finding Creative Solutions For Teaching During A Pandemic

Teachers are finding creative ways to implement the Jordan School District Re-Opening plan. Spacing Though it has been several months of living with COVID-19, social distancing still does not come naturally, especially for children. Teachers have created ways to encourage students to social distance. Rachel Rose, a sixth grade teacher at Midas Creek Elementary, numbered her classroom… Keep Reading

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More support allocated to help victims of domestic violence in Salt Lake County

SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT (KUTV) — Salt Lake County leaders are getting ready to unveil more support for victims of domestic violence. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Utah has seen an increase in demand for support services, which led to advocates to ask Congress, leaders and local lawmakers for more help. Several mayors, including Salt Lake County’s Jenny… Keep Reading

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Mountain Creek 7th graders start early to ease middle school transition

SOUTH JORDAN, Utah – Thousands of Jordan School District students are finally back on campus after leaving the classroom in March, and seventh graders at Mountain Creek Middle School got an extra warm welcome Monday. This year, nearly 58,000 students opted for in-person learning, while another 11,000 chose to learn from home. High schoolers started… Keep Reading

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SLCC launches new program for unemployed, furloughed workers

Rick Bouillon, Associate Vice President, Workforce & Economic Development, from Salt Lake Community College joined Good Things Utah to talk about some special new courses they are opening up for unemployed and furloughed workers. With so many Utah workers furloughed or out of jobs, a new program starting at Salt Lake Community College will help them get back on… Keep Reading

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Jordan School District heads back to class

Jordan School District, the state’s fourth largest school district, will begin its new school year welcoming back approximately 58,000 students on Monday and Tuesday. Students have the option to learn in-person or online Monday through Thursday with all students learning online on Fridays. “I like that we have one day where we get to be… Keep Reading

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Health department update says Westminster College has just 1 COVID-19 case in dorms

SALT LAKE CITY — Updated data from the Salt Lake County Health Department says there is one COVID-19 case in student housing at Westminster College. Previously, the department released information stating there were two cases but the numbers were revised over the weekend, according to health department spokesman Nicholas Rupp. On Saturday, Westminster spokeswoman Arikka… Keep Reading