School COVID-19 Cases, The Inland Port And More On Behind The Headlines

Sep 27, 2021

A train passes the Salt Lake City skyline, with mountains in the background.
Credit inlandportauthority.utah.gov

School coronavirus cases go undercounted as some parents refuse to report to Utah health officials. The Utah Inland Port pursues a new funding stream for a train-to-truck facility.  And Salt Lake City's mayor puts foothills trail construction on hold to consider charting a different path.

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