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Spring Works Utah was named Manufacturer of the Year by the Utah Manufacturers Association at the 108th Annual UMA Awards & Installation Banquet in Salt Lake City in November.
Catholic Community Services of Utah hosted its annual Refugee Christmas Party on Sunday at the St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Holladay.
A plan seven years in the making to improve the state's air quality received unanimous approval from the Utah Air Quality Board on Wednesday.
St. George got a rare glimpse of falling snow Saturday - enough that much of the city has been forced to shut down and wait out the storm.
Susan Beretta, left, and Lorina Potter, members of "Restore the Fourth," a group opposed to the massive NSA data centre in Bluffdale, Utah, stand on the facility's fenceline where the ribbons they tied in protest on July 4th remain.
A snowstorm that hit the Wasatch Front Saturday morning was expected to last until Sunday evening and possibly into Monday.
Fire broke out in an Enoch duplex on Wagon Wheel Drive late Saturday afternoon, displacing two families during another severe winter storm in Southern Utah.
Just days after our nation celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address and our nation's solemn commitment to the proposition that all men are created equal, the state of Utah filed a legal brief arguing that it is within the rights of a state to impose laws creating second-class citizenship for LGBT Americans.
Utahns have always made room for Jell-O on the Thanksgiving table, right next to the turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes.
The Salt Lake Tribune) Pearl Harbor survivors Dewey D. Farmer, left with his wife Helen, and Glen Allgood, center, listen on Saturday to a part of the ceremony in the capitol rotunda, where those who died at Pearl Harbor were remembered.
Utah just crossed a big threshold for a small state with just 2.86 million residents: More than a half million people now hold a Utah permit to carry concealed firearms - 521,914, to be exact as of Sept.
In the early months of 2013, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert publicized the creation of the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation.
A special Utah House committee created to investigate now former Attorney General John Swallow looks to be pulling the plug on its four-month inquiry as the race to replace him heats up.
Nelson Mandela was a man who pursued peace, harmony and justice for all people and cast a long shadow not only over his native South Africa but also across civilization.
SALT LAKE CITY , December 7, 2013 - Grassroots efforts to thwart what opponents are calling "mass spying" by the National Security Agency are heating up in Utah.
There are over 600 items on Special Price Adjustments for the December holidays, so when Utahans walk into the Utah DABC State Liquor Stores this month, they will expect to hear Santa chuckling.