Utah Food

Stop Doing These Rude Behaviors On Thanksgiving

On Good Things Utah Hour 2 this morning – Thanksgiving brings loved ones together to unplug and share a special meal. However, this holiday is not always the most harmonious. From culinary stress to tense conversations to blowouts, many situations can derail a Thanksgiving dinner. But there are also ways …

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Costco Wholesale opens another new store in Utah | Kristen Walter

Costco Wholesale just opened another new store in Utah this week. Keep reading to learn more. Oxford/Getty Images/Canva Pro On Friday, November 18, 2022, popular discount warehouse chain Costco Wholesale celebrated the grand opening of its brand new Utah store in Logan. The new Costco Wholesale store is located at …

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UN says Russia agrees to expand Ukrainian grain exports

ISTANBUL — Russia and Ukraine have agreed to extend a deal to allow grain exports from Ukrainian ports through a safe Black Sea corridor. The agreement, brokered by the UN and Turkey, was due to expire on Saturday and will run for at least another 120 days. UN Secretary General …

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Lawsuit: 2 Wyoming mentally ill dead, proceedings skipped

By MEAD GRUVERAssociated press CHEYENNE, Wyoming (AP) — Two patients at Wyoming State Hospital died after mental health facility staff failed to follow procedures in a series of incidents of choking, neglect and medication error in the last four months, according to a lawsuit. Protection & Advocacy System Inc. filed …

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Is it cheaper to cook or eat dinner this Thanksgiving?

“Some Thanksgiving dishes at your favorite restaurant are priced closer to your food at home,” says a new report. (KSNF/KODE) — For many families, dining out on Thanksgiving equates to overcooking the turkey or pouring gravy right out of the can. And most restaurants don’t serve your aunt’s famous broccoli …

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Community Calendar — November 9, 2022 | Chief Tremonton

Bar D Wranglers Benefit Concert The Bar D Wranglers will perform a benefit concert on Saturday, November 12 at the Box Elder County Fairgrounds Event Center, 320 N. 1000 West, Tremonton. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. and doors will open at 6 p.m. Tickets are $20 and are …

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Coral Hilton Morley | News, Sports, Jobs

1937 – 2022 Coral Hilton Morley, 84, emerged from this life on Monday October 31, 2022 surrounded by her loving family. Cora was born on December 13, 1937 in Ogden, Utah to Cora Wallace Hilton and Joseph McMurrin Hilton. Coral grew up in Ogden, Utah and …

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The initiative helps students meet their basic needs while studying

SALT LAKE CITY — An initiative is helping students focus on graduation by relieving other worries in their lives, like having enough to eat. At the University of Utah, the “Basic Needs Collective” helps students with services such as food, tuition, and affordable housing. The program’s associate director, Sarah Elizabeth …

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Take a look at a Mexican restaurant set to open on the 15th and 15th

Buena Vida is gearing up to open in December, offering affordable Mexican cuisine with a few twists. (Chris Samuels | The Salt Lake Tribune) Workers prepare space for Buena Vida, a new restaurant at 1500 East in Salt Lake City, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022. | Oct. 29, 2022, 12:00 p.m. …

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She cooks recipes she finds on tombstone epitaphs

Comment this story Comment The first time Rosie Grant baked a recipe she found carved on a stranger’s tombstone, she made a batch of spritz cookies. From his kitchen in Takoma Park, Maryland, Grant mixed the batter in a large bowl. There were no instructions to follow, only a list …

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With inflation rising, SLCC’s Bruin Pantry sees more and more students and staff seeking out its free goods

Pantry offers dry goods, canned goods, fresh produce and hygiene products at four locations. (Kasie Bussard | The Globe, SLCC) Alex Bonifaz, an employee of the Bruin Pantry location on Salt Lake Community College’s Taylorsville campus, holds Armenian cucumbers, among recent donations to the pantry, which is free for students. …

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Utah Jazz may have lost its hashtag to Apple

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Take note: The Utah Jazz obviously need a new hashtag. The team’s long-used hashtag – #TakeNote – was used by Apple CEO Tim Cook in a tweet on Tuesday, along with an Apple logo emoji. This raises questions about how the phrase will be used …

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Local events and things to do this week, October 16-22

A jazz master comes to town, Utah Jazz season begins, and the Farmers Market ends. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The Downtown Farmers Market is set to wrap up its 31st season on Saturday, Oct. 22, at Pioneer Park in downtown Salt Lake City. | October 16, 2022, …

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Latino Utahns have mixed feelings about Hispanic Heritage Month, but still celebrate heritage – St George News

File photo of cultural dancers at the 2018 Juan Festival, St. George, Utah, April 28, 2018 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News SALT LAKE CITY – Gene Hayes had no interest in participating in any kind of celebration of Latino heritage for about a decade. Not only did …

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Five things to know about Mono Lake – and how it compares to the Great Salt Lake

The two bodies of water share many similarities and a few key differences. (Spenser Heaps | Deseret News) One of Mono Lake’s signature tuff formations is pictured on the south shore of the lake in Mono County, Calif., Monday, Aug. 8, 2022. | October 12, 2022, 03:00 | Updated: 03:06 …

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Utah Neighborhood Connection, Focused on North Ogden, Hosts Block Party | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 4 Artist Matt Monsoon takes a break Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 after painting a mural taking shape outside Crossroads Church in North Ogden, home to the Utah Neighborhood Connection program. A neighborhood party is scheduled for Saturday, October 8, 2022 at the site to complete the …

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Amid Ian’s wounds, Jews see healing, renewal on Yom Kippur – ABC4 Utah

FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Even though a destructive hurricane had ravaged his community days earlier, nothing was going to stop Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz from holding prayer services Tuesday evening for the start of the holiest day on the calendar. Jewish. Across southwest Florida devastated by Hurricane Ian, Jews planned …

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Teenager’s ‘Honest Cooler’ Business Says Relaxing By Town | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy of Cesar Valentino An “Honest Cooler” protected by a metal covering is displayed in a Facebook post. It’s not always easy to be an entrepreneur, especially for a child trying something for the first time while wanting to help others. Adults, rules and laws often …

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Some of the races to watch in the Utah State Legislature

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — As we get closer to Election Day, some races are getting more competitive. One of them is House District 30, which includes much of West Valley City. The district, currently in Republican hands, could swing the other way in November as Democrats edged closer in …

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Peter John of Hulst Jr | News, Sports, Jobs

1935 – 2022 Our beloved, Peter John of Hulst Jr, 87, happily returned to his heavenly home on September 21, 2022. He had resided at Beehive Home in Syracuse, UT. He was born on April 3, 1935 in Ogden, Utah to Peter John d’Hulst and Adriana …

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When can children get an updated COVID-19 booster shot?

Children as young as 5 years old can receive the updated COVID-19 booster shots as early as mid-October. That’s according to the latest version of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s fall vaccination planning guide detailing how the federal government is rolling out new bivalent COVID-19 vaccines targeting currently …

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In 2022, Zac Efron got a desk job (kinda)

Kodiak Cakes’ commitment to sustainability and conservation is important to Efron, who has demonstrated his own eco-conscious beliefs on “Down to earth.” Throughout the eight-part Netflix series, Efron travels to Iceland to learn about renewable energy, lives off-grid in Costa Rica, and campaigns against biopiracy in Lima. With Kodiak, Efron …

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Millcreek prepares to accept new temporary homeless shelter

Millcreek • Worried residents have scattered to a corner of the same small, empty library in Millcreek where some of Utah’s homeless will sleep warm in the worst of winter. News that this suburban community next to Salt Lake City will house up to 100 homeless adults each night from …

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Rainy season brings out southern Utah mushrooms – St George News

CEDAR TOWN — After constant monsoons, many southern Utah residents have encountered all manner of creatures, including scorpions and sun spiders. But in the mountains, an entirely different form of life clings to the rough bark of trees or sprouts from the dark, rich soil: fungi. Mushrooms found in Dixie …

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As Small Businesses Raise Prices, Some Customers Push Back

NEW YORK (AP) — Inflation isn’t just costing small businesses money. It also costs them customers. At the Bushwick Grind Cafe in Brooklyn, New York, Kymme Williams-Davis raised prices and switched to different types of products to cope with rising costs for milk, coffee, paper and plastic items, as well …

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U Hosts First Annual Volunteer Connection Fair – The Daily Utah Chronicle

The Volunteer Connection fair, organized by Union Programming Council and the Bennion Center took place on Thursday, September 8. The event took place in the Union Ballroom and provided students with knowledge about the volunteer opportunities available to them. This also offered fun attractions such as free snacks and drinks, …

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Add a little taste of autumn to your cocktails with these products

Campfire Bitters Like spices used to enhance foods, bitters help align flavors and add complexity to cocktails. These bitters from High Camp Flasks have an underlying smoke that captures the essence of sitting around a campfire under tall fir trees. Made in collaboration with small-batch artisans Owl & Whale, the …

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What is Fried Sauce? Best Places for Fried Gravy in Utah

Who needs ketchup with fries when you can have gravy for fries? It has a base of ketchup and mayonnaise, but different restaurants in Utah use different recipes in this popular French fry dip. After surveying many establishments in Utah that sell french fries with french fries sauce, here is …

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Why do Latter-day Saints make funeral potatoes?

Funeral Potatoes – one of “America’s Greatest Triumphs”, at least according to Food and Wine. Funeral potatoes have long been associated with Latter-day Saints and Relief Society, so much so that recipes often refer to them as “Mormon Funeral Potatoes.” They are so iconic that they have become the general …

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University of Utah reports racist threats following slurs at BYU volleyball game

READ. said a black faculty member was called the N-word while waiting for a train. (Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) The University of Utah campus pictured Tuesday, July 19, 2022. | September 3, 2022, 5:05 p.m. | Update: 5:43 p.m. Shortly after nationwide reports of racist slurs at …

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What Florida Gators fans need to know before the home game against Utah

Fans heading to The Swamp on Saturday for Florida Soccer Team’s season opener against No. 8 Utah should expect plenty of traditional game-day experiences and several new improvements. As one of the most anticipated season openers in Florida history, a sold-out crowd is expected for the 7 p.m. contest, and …

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Alabama vs Utah State tickets: $20 seats available for Week 1 game at Bryant-Denny Stadium

The No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide hosts Utah State in a Week 1 game at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa on Saturday, Sept. 3. There are a number of places at reasonable prices. Utah State is coming off a 31-20 victory over UConn in a Week 0 game. Logan Bonner threw …

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Utah Hospital Ranked #1 by Fortune

Intermountain Alta View Hospital was ranked the number one small community hospital in the nation by Fortune as part of its 2022 list of the Top 100 Hospitals. “This recognition, which has been earned in the face of a pandemic, shows how dedicated doctors and caregivers are to our hospital,” …

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‘I’m so lucky to be gone alive’: Utah woman escapes encounter with cougar

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes RUSH VALLEY, Tooele County – A woman hunting in Tooele County on Saturday came across a mountain lion. She posted a video on Facebook that showed the encounter. “My biggest fear came true today. I’m so lucky to have escaped this kitty,” Laurien Elsholz posted …

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Local NBA player Jarred Vanderbilt gives back with a backpack

Jarred Vanderbilt, Utah Jazz forward and former local standout, is spending part of his summer preparing for his season in Houston. Vanderbilt hosted a number of community events around town, including Saturday’s Backpack in Marian Park, as part of his Jarred Vanderbilt Foundation. Vanderbilt and his foundation distributed 500 backpacks …

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Utah Officials Secretly Investigate Female Athlete’s Gender

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Utah high school athletic association secretly investigated a female athlete — without telling or telling her parents — after receiving complaints from the parents of two girls she defeated in competition wondering if the girl was transgender. The Salt Lake Tribune reported Thursday that …

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Police arrest employee accused of organizing scheme to steal money from St. George’s fast food restaurant – St George News

composite picture | St. George’s News ST. GEORGE- A female employee accused of stealing more than $2,000 from a fast food restaurant was arrested shortly after arriving for her shift late Tuesday night. 2020 file photo for reference only of North Dixie Drive, just north of West Sunset Boulevard, St. …

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The Belgian Waffle Ride takes on a Canadian flavor with a new event for 2023

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Don’t miss a moment of Paris-Roubaix and Unbound Gravel, the Giro d’Italia, Tour de France, Vuelta a España, and everything in between when you >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”, “type “:”link”}}”>join Outside+. The Belgian Waffle Ride pedals towards new territories. Race organizers have …

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High West Campfire blends whiskey from the USA and Scotland – Robb Report

The Utah High West distillery is set to release the 2022 version of its Campfire whiskey this month, a summery transatlantic blend of liquid from the unlikely trio of Utah, Indiana and Scotland. Trust us when we say it tastes way better than the DIY method of mixing Jim Beam, …

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‘Substantial’ number of missing and killed cattle reported in Utah

Utah farm leaders say they are noticing an alarming new trend this year. There has been an increase in the number of livestock missing or livestock killed across the state. The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food said Tuesday it has received 77 reports of missing livestock this year, along …

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More Americans are hungry and it costs more to feed them

The first time Kelly Wilcox drove her 2017 Dodge Grand Caravan to the pantry near her home in Payson, Utah, she immediately noticed one thing that surprised her: the new models of sedans and Toyota and Honda minivans. “I saw a bunch of other people with cars like mine, who …

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Utah Legislature Calls on Local Nutrition Coalition in Fight Against Food Insecurity

Posted by Sandra MacMartin, Public Affairs Specialist with Guest Author Paul Birkbeck, SNAP Program Specialist, Utah Department of Workforce Services for Food and Nutrition Security August 01, 2022 My name is Paul Birkbeck and I have worked with SNAP for 26 years and have had the honor of chairing the …

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Oregon state inspection program is the 28th in the nation

The USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the State of Oregon have entered into a cooperative agreement, under which the state inspection program may inspect meat products destined to be shipped in the state. Under the cooperative agreement, the state inspection program must develop, administer and enforce requirements …

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Colorado farmers hope to start a grocery co-op in one of Denver’s biggest food deserts

“Reaching out is just a consensus…many farmers and ranchers are struggling to find a place where they can sell their produce at the price they need to cover production and living costs,” said Margaret S. McRoberts. “And there’s also just a lack of local food in Denver and other parts …

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Best local restaurants | ABC4 Utah

by: Weslan Hansen Job : Jul 27, 2022 / 2:48 PM MDT Updated: Jul 27, 2022 / 2:48 PM MDT Foodie Courtney Otis of Seeking Good Things on Instagram showed us some of her favorite places to grab a bite to eat. First, she showcased food from Iaziz Kitchen, a …

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Family displaced after fireworks ignite Magna mobile home

MAGNA, Utah — A Magna family tries to figure out what’s next after being displaced from their home over the weekend. According to Unified Fire Authority, crews responded to a fire in the Sunset Vista Trailer park on Friday evening. They encountered the back of a burning mobile home and …

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These American staples are banned in other countries

(NEXSTAR) – A California lawsuit recently put Mars, Inc. in the hot seat, claiming that one of its candies contained toxins that were dangerous to eat. The class action lawsuit filed earlier this month accuses the candy maker of including “high levels” of titanium dioxide, or TiO2, in its Skittles …

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Latino Conservation Week in Utah includes stargazing, river cleanups and more

Artes de México Director Fanny Guadalupe Blauer gives a presentation “Sabores de Mi Patria: Food is Culture” in July 2021 as part of Latino Conservation Week. The presentation, along with a number of events, make up Utah’s Latin American Conservation Week this year. (Wasatch Community Gardens) Estimated reading time: 4-5 …

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Utah’s popular ‘The Training Table’ burger could return

UTAH (ABC4) — Popular Utah burger restaurant “The Training Table,” known for its burgers and cheese fries, may return after a 6-year closure. The restaurant, which had been known as a staple Utah fast food joint for nearly 40 years, posted a message on its website this week, stating, “Tasty …

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San Francisco pop-up, The Mushroom, mixes psychedelic art and vegetables

You sip natural wine in a dining room where the walls, tables and staff are covered in greenery. A tower of grilled and roasted squash covered in electric purple mashed potatoes has been placed in front of you on a pink plate. Star-shaped radish and black sesame hummus sandwiches surround …

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These are the ‘best places to travel in the world’, according to Travel + Leisure

(NewsNation) — Despite record inflation driving up the price of plane tickets, most people aren’t letting that stop their vacation plans. For most of the summer, the Transportation Security Administration reported a higher number of checkpoint trips than the same time last year, with more than 2 million people passing …

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Ogden Arts Scene: Live Poetry, Backyard Arts, Outdoor Concerts and More This Week | News, Sports, Jobs

1 / 3 A new mural by artist Leon Araujo lights up the South Ogden backyard location of the yART sale. Photo provided, Audrey Christensen 2 / 3 Inside Unspoken, where Ogden’s first Speak-Easy Poetry & Mixed Media Jam will be held. Deann Armes, Special to Standard Examiner …

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Rumors, trades, off-season news, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Brooklyn Nets, Deandre Ayton at Indiana Pacers

Deandre Ayton may be out of town. According ESPN Brian Windhorst, the Pacers are “very close” to executing a signing and trade with the Suns for Ayton, 23, who was the No. 1 overall pick in 2018. The Pacers finalized a trade with the Celtics over the weekend, in which …

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Are gas prices and inflation causing people to cancel their summer travel plans?

A majority of Utah residents are now considering cutting back or postponing their summer travel plans in the face of continued inflationary pressures and record high gasoline prices, according to new polling data. And, the survey results align with local and national measures of consumer sentiment that hit historic lows …

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Real Salt Lake releases pins for a good cause

SALT LAKE CITY (abc4) – Real Salt Lake is launching a new charity initiative and wants the community to get involved! The club offers limited edition commemorative pins for sale in its pro shop and online. Pins cost $15 and $5 goes to a charity fund. For example, this month’s …

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New chef Curry Up Now adds science to Indian Street Food franchise | Franchise News

Abhijit Kamath wants to help change the way consumers experience Indian food in the United States. “It’s food that brings back memories,” says Kamath, “food that brings back memories. “Rana and Akash laid the groundwork for me, and they did a great job.” They are Rana and Akash Kapoor, founders …

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Best Orijen Cat Food – ABC4 Utah

Which Orijen cat food is the best? Your cats are part of your family, so it’s only natural that you want to choose the best food. Orijen cat food is made from top quality ingredients from a biologically appropriate perspective, which means it is suitable for the small carnivores you …

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‘Our story matters’: Mural depicting 4 prominent Utah black women unveiled

Ava Isom and Jackie Thompson pose for photos during an unveiling ceremony for a new mural featuring four black women at Richmond Park in Salt Lake City on Monday. Isom, 13, is dressed as Elnora Dudley, who was crowned queen at the 1898 Emancipation Day celebration. Thompson portrays Mignon Richmond, …

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Nominations are open until July 15 for the Farm Bureau’s Farm Dog of the Year contest.

Farmers are invited to submit entries for the Farm Bureau’s 2023 Farm Dog of the Year contest, supported by Purina. This is the fifth year for the contest, which celebrates farm dogs and the many ways they support farmers and ranchers in producing nutritious food for families and their pets …

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Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho 4th of July Celebrations – Cache Valley Daily

The 4th of July is the occasion to celebrate the Independence Day of the United States. LEWISTON — Communities in Cache Valley and surrounding areas hold their own flavor of July 4 celebrations and some have been passed down from generation to generation. Lewiston City will begin their 4th of …

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Is Utah, the Beehive State, really the second worst state to keep bees?

It’s an email subject line that will have any food writer sitting upright in their chair: “Utah is the #2 worst state for beekeeping.” Utah? The state of the hive? Bad for keeping bees? That’s the reading of the lawn-care chain LawnLove, which sent out the results of its study …

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Utah Adventures with Maverik: Got a Kayak or Canoe? 7 of the Best Places in Utah to Use It

Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes Exploring the great outdoors in Utah’s diverse landscape isn’t just exciting and scenic, it’s also good for your health. And if you’re looking for a new way to experience local nature while simultaneously benefiting your body and mind, you might want to pick up a …

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What to do when wildfires approach your home

SALT LAKE CITY — June 21 is the official first day of summer 2022, and with warmer temperatures inevitably comes wildfires. And one of the biggest concerns of fire season is being in the path of a fire that forces you and your family to evacuate your home and neighborhood. …

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Edmond Kulsick | The independent daily on YourValley.net

Edmund Michael Kulsick left this life peacefully at his home on May 26, 2022. Edmund was born to Dennis and Celia Kulsick in 1947 in Ithaca, NY. Since childhood, Ed’s interests have included literature, theatre, stamp collecting and sports. He was a student at Regis High School, New York, NY; …

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Garth Brooks talks about the special meaning of back-to-back concerts in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, June 17, 2021 (Gephardt Daily) — Country megastar Garth Brooks spoke to reporters Friday in Salt Lake City, hours before more than 50,000 concert-goers were set to attend a show at sold out at the Rice-Eccles stadium, the first of two nights in what seems to …

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Juneteenth Business Spotlight Series presented by Visit Utah

Originating in Galveston, Texas, Juneteenth is a holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans in the United States. First celebrated on June 19, 1866, the holiday also celebrates African-American culture and is often considered the “oldest African-American holiday.” On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden signed the Juneteenth National …

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Utah Sauce Lake City Festival this weekend hot sauce contest, music, food truck exhibit

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Food, drink, music, custom cars and local hot sauce makers – what more could you want? This weekend, Sauce Lake City Fest—Utah’s premier hot sauce expo—should bring out the foodie in you. The festival takes place at the Utah State Fairpark and will feature local …

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Inflation creates high prices for food at the San Diego County Fair

The cost of gas and groceries has gone up, and a trip to the county fair is no exception. Many sellers say they had to raise their prices to make a profit. DEL MAR, Calif. — Some San Diegans were surprised to see the shock of higher food stickers, games …

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5 full-service chains are getting into fast food

The landscape changes Although table service brands like Buffalo Wild Wings and IHOP implemented quick-serve formats before the pandemic upended daily life, COVID has accelerated those plans while heightening the conversations that many other chefs Full-service restaurants had on-the-counter dive-water service. With offsite opportunities like take-out, delivery and drive-thru orders …

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Utah farmers work against inflation, labor shortages and drought

WEBER COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – As temperatures edge closer to the 90s on the Wasatch Front, water supplies will continue to decline. The ever-changing drought continues to affect Utah farmers. As they battle inflation, labor shortages and water cuts, Utahans are encouraged to buy local when possible. According to a …

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Utah Department of Health provides update on formula shortage, Abbott restarts formula production

Abbott announced the restart of formula production at its Sturgis, Michigan plant after meeting U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requirements, according to a company statement. Abbott begins production of EleCare which will be available to consumers starting June 20. A statement from the company said: “We are also working …

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Abbott restarts infant formula factory linked to contamination – ABC4 Utah

WASHINGTON (AP) — Abbott Nutrition has restarted production at the Michigan infant formula plant that was shut down for months due to contamination, the company announced on Saturday, taking a step toward mitigating of a nationwide supply shortage that is expected to persist through the summer. The February closure of …

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Watchdog launches investigation into FDA response to formula recall

(The Hill) – A federal watchdog said Thursday it would investigate whether the Food and Drug Administration had properly inspected an infant formula manufacturing plant operated by Abbott Nutrition. The Office of the Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services said it will investigate FDA actions leading …

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Simple tips for better body image

While we know it’s imperative to have a positive body image, that’s easier said than done in today’s world. Although it’s a problem across the United States that affects women and girls, it’s especially common in Utah. Utah currently ranks the state with the highest per capita plastic surgery rate …

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Joe Ingles eats at Sandwich Place Gordon Hayward fell ill

SALT LAKE CITY –Former Utah Jazz and current Portland Trail Blazers forward Joe Ingles says he finally ate the sandwich that former Jazzman Gordon Hayward fell ill from during the 2017 NBA Playoffs. On May 28, Ingles tweeted that after years of not wanting to eat at “the sandwich shop,” …

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FDA chief struggles to explain slow response to infant formula

Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califf testifies via video during a hybrid hearing of the House Commerce Oversight and Investigations subcommittee on the national infant formula shortage Wednesday in Washington. (Kevin Wolf, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes WASHINGTON — The head of the Food and Drug Administration …

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Enjoy new dishes at this local food truck

Post : May 24, 2022 / 12:52 p.m. MDT Update: May 24, 2022 / 12:52 p.m. MDT Our taste buds are on fire as we kick off frantic food truck week, featuring today’s guest chef, Najati Abdalla, owner of Namash Swahili Cuisine. Abdalla started his business to share his country’s …

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78,000 pounds of infant formula arrives in the US – ABC4 Utah

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A military plane carrying enough specialized infant formula for more than half a million baby bottles arrived in Indianapolis on Sunday, the first of several flights expected from Europe to relieve a shortage that has forced parents struggling to find enough to feed their children. President Joe …

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17 simple products to make your life easier – ABC4 Utah

Gadgets that make life easier The best gadgets don’t require you to change your established habits in order to incorporate them into your life. Nor are they complicated devices that require a high-tech doctorate just to operate. If you want your life to be easier, you need simple tools that …

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Biden invokes Defense Production Act over shortage of formulas

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden on Wednesday invoked the Defense Production Act to speed up production of infant formula and authorized flights to import supplies from overseas, as he faces pressure growing policy in the face of a domestic shortage caused by the country’s security-related shutdown. largest formula manufacturing …

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UVU Mechanical Engineering Student 3D Prints Hands for Children in Need

Matt Thomas, a junior mechanical engineering student at Utah Valley University (UVU), is one of those exceptional people who are always of service to others. His latest service project involved printing prosthetic hands on a 3D printer for underprivileged children in the Philippines and South America. Thomas’ adventure in 3D …

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Drought and development are displacing wildlife in Utah. How can we help wildlife?

As the snow melts and the warm seasons kick in, a new generation of Utah wildlife has begun to be born, hatch, and open their eyes to a vast new world. But the state’s continued drought and rampant human development have squeezed food resources and reduced natural habitats, increasing the …

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Pacific Power Awards 15 Grants to Support Central Oregon Safety, Health and Wellness Programs

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – Across central Oregon, community safety and well-being often begins with some of the hardest-working organizations, those focused on delivering services and programs that provide a accessible food and housing, health care and mental health support. , as well as disaster relief and public safety programs. Their …

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Utahns support tourism but problems, frustrations are brewing

SALT LAKE CITY – Two new surveys have shed light on Utah residents’ perceptions of tourism, showing statewide support and capturing residents’ concerns about the quality of life in remote areas. high attendance. “What we know from this survey is that Utah residents, as a whole, are really happy with …

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Food as Medicine: How Health Systems Treat Hunger | Health info

Hospitals and health systems are expanding their vision of population health to include more effective approaches to managing – and even combating – chronic diseases and conditions. In fact, many facilities are successfully applying their community health expertise to help people stay out of hospital by addressing key social determinants …

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Mitch McConnell and Utah leaders pay tribute to ‘larger than life’ Orrin Hatch

SALT LAKE CITY — Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell paid tribute Friday to the late Sen. Orrin Hatch, celebrating the Utah icon as a principled conservative, committed public servant and man of faith. Two weeks after Hatch died at age 88 from a stroke, McConnell joined family, friends, former colleagues …

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Kenneth Varney | News, Sports, Jobs

June 16, 1956 — May 3, 2022 See you soon guys ! I died at the age of 84 on May 3, 2002. I was born June 16, 1937 in Ogden, Utah. I graduated from Ogden High School in 1956. I attended 2 years at Weber …

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Vegan chocolate recalled due to undeclared milk

by: Isabel Colello, Nexstar Multimedia Cable Post : May 3, 2022 / 6:42 p.m. MDT Update: May 3, 2022 / 6:42 p.m. MDT (WWTI) – Consumers are being warned about the presence of dairy in some “dairy-free” chocolates. The Food and Drug Administration has confirmed that TJX Companies, Inc. has …

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Mower, co-inventor of implantable cardioverter defibrillator, dies at 89 – ABC4 Utah

BALTIMORE (AP) — Dr. Morton Mower, a former Maryland-based cardiologist who helped invent an automatic implantable defibrillator that helped countless heart patients live longer, healthier lives, has died at 89. The funeral was held Wednesday for Mower, who died of cancer two days earlier at Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver, …

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What is “dirty soda”? Utah’s beloved drink is trending on social media

(NEXSTAR) – Let’s Talk Dirty. A relatively new food trend that originated in Utah — “dirty soda” — has burst onto the national scene in recent weeks, and it’s largely thanks to social media. The drink itself is quite simple: it’s soda mixed with any combination of syrups, juices, purees, …

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Plug into technology to monitor diabetes

April 27, 2022 12:00 a.m. Author: University of Utah Health Communications If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, you know how important it is to actively manage your disease by eating a healthy diet, exercising, taking medication, reducing your risk of complications, and monitoring your condition. . And that’s exactly why …

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TDS is working hard to become the preferred internet provider in Southern Utah – St George News

Promotional image courtesy of TDS, St. George News/Cedar City News CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — Students, schools, workers and businesses all need reliable high-speed Internet access to succeed. TDS believes that St. George and the Southern Utah area deserves the best Internet. Promotional image courtesy of TDS, St. George News/Cedar City News …

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Former Utah senator Orrin G. Hatch, who helped shape health and tax policy, dies at 88

While he was a staunch Republican, especially on social issues, that didn’t stop him from forming close working and personal relationships with Democrats, including Kennedy, with whom he was quite close. “Working with the other side is not only politically necessary, but actually beneficial to everyone,” Hatch said in his …

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why bird owners are vigilant and the symptoms you should look out for

UTAH COUNTY, Utah “Right now, people in Utah County have to keep a close eye on their herds. The warnings come as the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food confirms a case of bird flu in northern Utah County. Currently, 29 states, including Utah, are reporting cases of bird flu. …

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Dallas Mavericks Games 3 and 4 Official Watch Parties: Everything You Need to Know

DALLAS— It’s time to get Rowdy, Loud and Proud and cheer on the Dallas Mavs in Salt Lake City! The Dallas Mavericks today announced plans to hold official playoff watch parties this Thursday and Saturday for Games 3 and 4 against the Utah Jazz. Both celebrations will take place at …

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Southern Utah Chabad greets community members at their Passover Seder – St George News

The community ritual Passover Seder feast marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover, St. George, Utah, April 15, 2022 | Photo by Stephanie DeGraw, St. George News ST. GEORGE- The ritual feast of the community Passover Seder warmly welcomed residents and guests of southern Utah on Friday night. …

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Oklahoma and Utah advance to NCAA Gymnastics Team Finals

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Oklahoma’s women’s gymnastics team returns to a familiar place thanks in part to a little pep talk from Baker Mayfield. The Sooners posted the best score of 198.112 in the opening session of the NCAA Semifinals on Thursday, moving the four-time national champions to the …

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Iowa rejected Biden, but president returns to sell rural plan – ABC4 Utah

WASHINGTON (AP) — Iowa has never been fertile ground for Joe Biden. His 1988 presidential bid imploded in a plagiarism scandal sparked by comments he made during a debate there. He dropped out of his run for the White House in 2008 after a fifth-place finish in the Iowa caucus. …

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Ukrainian leaves Utah to help his people

OREM, Utah — A Ukrainian who has lived in Utah for more than 15 years packs his bags to help his people. Vasil Osipenko was instrumental in helping Ukrainians find accommodation here in Beehive state after fleeing their homeland, but now he says it’s time to reach out to them. …

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