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USU will distribute nearly nine-million dollars in emergency stimulus money for students affected by the coronavirus pandemic. 

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For the Fourth of July this year, Utah veterans shared insights on what they believe honoring the country and celebrating looks like, especially amidst the current challenges the United States faces. 

Online Event Discusses Racism In Ballet

Jul 2, 2020
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As conversations about addressing racism in the United States continue, the arts are not exempt. An online panel discussion held by Ballet West on Wednesday focused on this issue.


Following the pandemic, churches across the state adjusted to different ways of worship that complied with social distancing.

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Seven candidates are vying for the to represent Utah’s fourth congressional district, including incumbent Democrat, Ben McAdams.

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On Saturday, protesters gathered outside of the Logan courthouse for a second protest this week to support the Black Lives Matter movement.

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After almost two decades of service, Rob Bishop is not running for reelection to Utah’s First Congressional District.

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Following two car accidents in Logan Canyon that took place just a few days apart, the Utah Department of Transportation urges Utahns to stay alert while driving during the summer months.

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As the death of George Floyd has led to many protests in cities across the county, especially Minnesota.

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After this year’s Miss Utah competition was postponed to 2021, county pageant organizers are trying to decide how to move forward with their competitions. Local titleholders are also learning to adjust during the pandemic.

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As most of Utah moves into the yellow, or low-risk, phase for coronavirus mitigation, Grand County is among a few areas that remain at the orange, or moderate risk, level.

 

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While schools adapt this year’s graduation ceremonies due to public health concerns, students, parents and teachers are adjusting to ceremonies they did not have in mind. Some Utahns have petitioned for traditional ceremonies, and some have organized creative graduation alternatives. 

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With the coronavirus pandemic halting tourism in Utah, state officials discussed marketing plans in a virtual town hall meeting Tuesday.

 

 

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AARP is working to provide resources to Utahns over 50 who are unemployed. The state currently has a 10% unemployment rate.

 

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Now that Utah is operating under the moderate risk category of coronavirus mitigation efforts, elective dental and medical procedures can be scheduled again.  

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Social distancing means the Cache Employment and Training Center has to be creative in the ways they serve their clients.  

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Although some restaurants may be opening Friday with added precautions, food delivery workers do not plan on slowing down.

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On Friday, leaders representing 13 different faiths from across the state held a virtual prayer group via Youtube Live. Those participating prayed for relief from the coronavirus. 

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The Great Utah Shakeout is an annual earthquake drill for residents of Utah. This year, Utahns are encouraged to participate remotely.

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The stress of staying home and the unknowns of a global pandemic can be hard on our brains. Here is some advice from local professionals on ways you can maintain your mental health at this time.

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Personal protective equipment is in high demand right now for essential workers.Community members are working together to produce the needed gear.      

Utah Doctors Adjust To Telehealth System

Apr 8, 2020
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Utah doctors’ offices, especially those in rural communities, are adjusting to a new telehealth system for patients. This is one doctor’s experience with the system. 

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Staff at the Logan City Sewer Division are pleading with Logan residents to be cautious of what they are flushing down their toilets. The sewer system is backed up more than usual, and problems can occur if things do not change.

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There is lots of information about the coronavirus on the internet and it can be hard to discern what is accurate. Professors from the Department of Journalism and Communication at Utah State University shared some tips for how to tell what is fake news and what is not.

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As the coronavirus pandemic grows, missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are adjusting to coming home and living in quarantine. 

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