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Rue21 Store #1252 located in Price will be closing its doors after almost four years in business. The store will
Provo â¢ Lindsay Orchowski likens sexual-assault prevention on college campuses to digging at a mountain with spoons. âWe all want that mountain to fall,â said Orchowski, a researcher who designs sexual-assault prevention programs. But, she asked, âhow do we work together to tackle something so large?â The answer? It takes everyone to make a comprehensive difference â and students, especially, need to be involved. âWe have to understand our students and what our students want and need,â she sai...
Carbon County Emergency Management and the Utah Bomb Squad used two robots to detonate a hand grenade that was found
By Shayley Cartwright Carbon High School Carbon High School’s Vocal Jazz choir sang well enough in recent national competition to
When we think of our small town of Helper, we think of the art scene. We think of the numerous
Repairs on Helper’s Fabrizio Street are for two of more than a dozen sink holes that have appeared around town
The four cities in Carbon County will have identical municipal elections coming up this fall. Voters in East Carbon, Helper,
Helper’s Western Mining & Railroad Museum is hosting Castle Gate Outlaw Day April 22 on Main Street. The event will
The Granite Board of Education plans to raise property taxes this year to fund across-the-board pay raises for teachers and school administrators, the district announced Wednesday. Starting teaching salaries in the district will be bumped from $37,000 to $41,000, and current faculty members will receive a roughly 11.6 percent âmarket-basedâ raise, Granite spokesman Ben Horsley said. Amounts have not been ratified by members of the Granite Education Association, but Horsley expressed confidence... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
Good fences may make good neighbors, but a recently-erected construction barrier at American Preparatory Academy is adding to simmering tensions between the Draper charter school and nearby residents. Last Wednesday, homeowners Josh and Emily Aune hung a banner on their fence promoting ShameOnAPA.org, a website critical of American Preparatory Academyâs construction of a second campus on its Draper property. Their home is located next to the mouth of the schoolâs driveway on Lone Peak Parkway, ... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
The century-old Granite High School campus in South Salt Lake is facing its final days after a $2.55 million demolition contract was approved by Granite School District on Tuesday. District spokesman Ben Horsley said demolition is likely to begin in August after work on asbestos mitigation has been completed. Granite High School opened in 1907 and has been closed since 2009. Over the last decade, various proposals have been floated to preserve the schoolâs iconic structures. But after an $11.6 m...
Property owners throughout Salt Lake County will face tax adjustments this year after a 7-year-old school equalization law expires. In most cases, the changes will be negligible, such as the estimated 55-cent annual tax break that Granite School District administrators say average homeowners there will receive. But in Canyons and Salt Lake City school districts, combined effects from the changes are putting millions of dollars at stake as the byzantine revenue-sharing system among districts is... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>
Carbon County Commissioners seemed okay with the concept, but weren’t willing to pick up the cost for a proposed dog
By unanimous vote, the Helper City Council last Thursday approved the concept for a redesign of the south end of
The Carbon County Hazmat Team responded to an incident Sunday morning when some road debris was determined to contain a
By STEVE CHRISTENSEN Contributing Writer Author’s note: Odometers vary. The mileage in this article may be slightly different than the
On April 5, Judge Craig Bunnell swore in Josie Luke, Emily Anderson and Patrice Holyoak as CASA volunteers—Court Appointed Special
They are around us in almost everything we do, from the cars we drive to the house we live in.
Jail Bookings from April 3 through April 9: April 3 Feathers, Ronald, 30, Salina, Warrant Powell-Noone, Valene, 46, Wellington Poss
Actress Diane Guerrero, known for her roles in âOrange Is the New Blackâ and âJane the Virgin,â will give the keynote address at Salt Lake Community Collegeâs May commencement ceremony, the school announced Friday. Guerrero was named a White House ambassador for citizenship and naturalization in 2015 and is an advocate for immigration reform. Born in New Jersey and raised in Boston, Guerrero has spoken publicly about her experience remaining in the United States after her Colombian parents were... <iframe src="http://www.sltrib.com/csp/mediapool/sites/sltrib/pages/garss.csp" height="1" width="1" > </frame>