Nate Carlisle, Salt Lake Tribune

Nate Carlisle

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Recent articles by Nate:

Utah’s new nursing home goal: Keep the coronavirus outbreaks small

If Utah’s new goal of keeping the coronavirus fatality rate below 1% has a single nemesis, it’s nursing homes. → Read More

Meatpacker says it will give money to Hyrum, Utah, where a coronavirus outbreak sickened workers

JBS USA, which owns the beef plant in Hyrum where 385 employees tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this summer, said Thursday it will donate $1.7 million to causes in and around the town. → Read More

Teen dies after a car flips into a Jordan River canal

A 15-year-old boy died Monday — two days after police and firefighters dove into a Salt Lake City canal to save him and a toddler. → Read More

Firefighters gain on blazes that closed Utah roads

A fire briefly closed U.S. Highway 40 in eastern Utah on Sunday, but Monday firefighters came close to containing the blaze. → Read More

Parleys Canyon fire now at 80 acres, but I-80 to be closed all day

The fire burning near Mount Aire in Parleys Canyon was said to be only 80 acres Friday morning, but that was still enough to close a major American thoroughfare and evacuate nearby home owners. → Read More

More than 1,100 Utah health care workers have contracted COVID-19

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber. → Read More

Man used peroxide to make bombs in South Jordan, police say

Police on Monday elaborated on what ignited a standoff Friday with a man suspected of making bombs that forced the evacuation of a South Jordan neighborhood. → Read More

Utah reports 760 new cases and and 8 new deaths from COVID-19; Utah County emerging as new hot spot

Saturday in Utah yielded another large number of new coronavirus infections, with 760 positive test results reported. This includes a record number for Utah County where opposition to mask wearing, regarded as an essential measure for containing the COVID-19 epidemic, has made national news. → Read More

Another 413 cases and seven deaths due to COVID-19, as three Utahns die at home

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Utah nursing homes keep having coronavirus outbreaks. Industry groups warn it will get worse.

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5 more die from coronavirus as Utah’s case trend lowers slightly

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3,100 homes evacuated in Saratoga Springs as three fires wreak havoc amid high winds

Saratoga Springs • Thousands of Utahns were forced from their homes Sunday, officials say, because of three wildfires, thrashing winds and, in one instance, illegal fireworks. → Read More

Salt Lake City, County mayors call for statewide mask requirement. Gov. Gary Herbert says he won’t close economy again.

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Advocates, churches feeding families after COVID-19 outbreak at Utah meatpacking plant

Logan • Sue Sanborn placed boxes of groceries on the front porch, knocked on the door and ran. → Read More

Man who drew bow and arrow on Salt Lake City protesters is in jail, charged with three felonies

Brandon E. McCormick has said he showed up at Saturday’s downtown protest, armed with a bow and arrow, to protect police from unruly demonstrators. → Read More

Letter carrier pinned between two cars in Lehi; driver cited for DUI

Police in Lehi say a driver — suspected of being intoxicated — hit a mail carrier Tuesday, smashing his legs. → Read More

Storm exposes shipwreck in the Great Salt Lake

A recent storm has exposed a shipwreck in the Great Salt Lake that could be more than 100 years old. → Read More

Three people, including assailant, injured in South Jordan stabbing case

A stabbing late Sunday sent three people, including the assailant, to hospitals. → Read More

Orem family loses two loved ones on back-to-back days to COVID-19

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Utah workers prepare as state shifts down coronavirus risk level

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