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Why Salt Lake City wants residents to ‘adopt’ a storm drain

Salt Lake City is looking for volunteers for its new clean storm drain initiative, which aims to improve water quality and environmental health.

SLCC writing center to hold competition and issue call for art collection at Utah Arts Fest

The SLCC Community Writing Center will host several activities at the Utah Arts Festival, including a writing competition and a call for submissions for an anthology collection.

Arts & Entertainment

Music stories: Two local DJs share their pursuit of the craft

The Globe chatted with two rising stars in Salt Lake’s DJ scene, locals Dorian Fitzgerald and Deshaun White.

First-place chapbook winner fulfills a promise to her late friend

SLCC alumna Amie Schaeffer, who won this year's chapbook contest for her collection of personal poetry, completed the project for her friend and mentor, Jeff Metcalf.

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SLCC writing center to hold competition and issue call for art collection at Utah Arts Fest

The SLCC Community Writing Center will host several activities at the Utah Arts Festival, including a writing competition and a call for submissions for an anthology collection.

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Sports

Lyndsey Madrigal becomes NJCAA Division I Softball All-American

Salt Lake Community College freshman Lyndsey Madrigal earned a place on the NJCAA Softball All-America Team.

A sour note: All-Star turmoil affects Utah Jazz

Rumors persist regarding the apparent tension between Utah Jazz stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell.

Men’s basketball: Bruins win Region 18 title, say the job is still not finished

SLCC took another step towards a national championship on Saturday after dominating Snow College to win the Region 18 Tournament.
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