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New walking-friendly apartment complex to be built beneath old monument

MURRAY, Utah — The Murray Laundry Tower isn’t a household name, but watch the video and you may realize you’ve likely seen it at some point. 197 more words

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Outdoor Retailer show to stay in SLC through 2018

SALT LAKE CITY — The massive Outdoor Retailer Winter and Summer Markets has decided to stay in Utah.

Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams announced the huge convention and expo will be staying at the Salt Palace through 2018 during a news conference Monday. 620 more words

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Say Geronimo

You’ve all heard it by now…that hit song from the new band Sheppard, “Say Geronimo.”

This blog is not about that song. I’m just using the title because this blog is about a waterfall. 531 more words

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Wasatch Environmental Update; SL County Mountainous Planning Commission

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Wasatch Environmental Update for August 16, 2015

By John Worlock, Member SOC Board of Directors

“Salt Lake County’s Mountainous Planning District”

For more than four decades, Save Our Canyons has grown stronger in its commitment to its founding idea. 387 more words

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Big voter turnout in 'Vote By Mail' election, county clerk says

SALT LAKE CITY — Voter turnout in Tuesday’s primary election exceeded past general elections, delighting election officials in Salt Lake County.

In Salt Lake City alone, Vote By Mail turnout was at 40% for the primary election. 91 more words

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Bruce Fields park in Kearns gets a makeover

KEARNS, Utah – A place where families would gather to watch baseball fell to the wayside in Kearns, bringing crime to the area.

Now 20 years later, Bruce Fields–located at 4290 West 4865 South–has a new look. 336 more words

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Salt Lake County walks from convention center hotel deal with Omni

SALT LAKE CITY — Mayor Ben McAdams has walked away from a multi-million dollar deal for a convention center hotel, claiming the proposal from the Omni Hotel chain was too expensive for taxpayers. 415 more words

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