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Read about the latest news and events impacting the state of Utah.

Helen Dishaw helps Andy with his birthday gifts

Tracy Aviary celebrates Andy’s ‘bird-day’

Andy the Andean condor turned 56 earlier this month; Brook Cummings-Arnold has a recap.
South view of the Utah State Capitol

College president finalists to remain public in new Utah bill

House Bill 318 originally intended to restrict the release of Utah college president candidates to one finalist only.
Vials, mask and a stethoscope rest on a surface

The effects of COVID-19 persist for several, including two SLCC English professors

Brittany Stephenson and Bernice Olivas still live with severe health issues several months after contracting COVID-19.
Banner reads "Remember Harvey Milk"

SLCC students gather to remember Harvey Milk

Salt Lake Community College students gathered on 9th and 9th in Salt Lake City for the third annual Harvey Milk Vigil and Remembrance event on Nov. 27.
Horizontal view of the Utah State Capitol

How a billion in new state spending could affect SLCC

Salt Lake Community College and the Utah System of Higher Education are requesting funds from the legislature for various programs and initiatives.

Newspapers stand the test of time

Newspaper is constantly growing and evolving. Learn about its history and where it stands today.
Water swirls down a storm drain at 600 South and State Street

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.
Damien Holmes standing behind a microphone

Damien Holmes: Veteran, family man, entrepreneur and SLCC student

Read the story of Damien Holmes, a former Marine who's studying communications at Salt Lake Community College.

Curtis, Singer battle for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District

SLCC professor James Singer is running against U.S. Rep. John Curtis for Utah's 3rd Congressional District.

FanX: Five Thursday events that were worth attending

Salt Lake Comic Con's Fan X features so many things that staff writer Aldo Gomez tries to help catch up on events that might have been missed.
Devin Thorpe

#SLCCvotes: 5 questions for Devin Thorpe

Learn more about Devin Thorpe, the Democratic candidate for Utah's 3rd Congressional District.
Outside Siragusa's

Siragusa’s serves great Italian food

Award-winning restaurant's proximity to the Taylorsville Redwood campus make it a prime lunch destination for the hungry student.