Sean P. Means, Salt Lake Tribune

Sean P. Means

Salt Lake Tribune

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Utah reports 911 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, a new daily record

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Utah declares state of emergency after wind storm knocked down thousands of trees

Gov. Gary Herbert declared a state of emergency in response to Tuesday’s historic windstorm, which killed one person and caused significant damage from Salt Lake City to Logan. → Read More

Another 419 cases of COVID-19 in Utah, and one more death reported

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East Canyon State Park given international ‘dark sky’ recognition

Add East Canyon State Park to the list of Utah places where one can look up at the stars with little or no interference from human-made light pollution. → Read More

Eight new deaths, and another 364 cases of COVID-19 reported in Utah

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LDS Church will close Murray Cannery, move operations to Weber County facility

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will close its cannery in Murray, and move its operations to its newer cannery in Weber County. → Read More

Utah Museum of Fine Arts sets a reopening date of Aug. 26

The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is getting ready to reopen, five months after the COVID-19 pandemic forced it to close its doors. → Read More

Another 338 cases of COVID-19 in Utah, and two more deaths reported

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Amazon offers to train Utah teachers, for free, in how to prepare students for cloud-based jobs

Amazon is partnering with Utah to train the state’s educators to teach a curriculum developed by the tech giant to prepare students for jobs in the cloud. → Read More

Three more deaths and another 587 cases of COVID-19 in Utah, state’s health department reports

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Six more deaths and another 421 cases of COVID-19 in Utah, public health officials report

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Person who died after shooting and injuring West Jordan cop identified as a 17-year-old

The person who shot and injured a West Jordan police officer Sunday night, who was then shot and killed by police, has been identified as a 17-year-old boy. → Read More

Man shot and killed by police officer in Kearns, Unified Police report

A police officer shot and killed a suspect who reportedly pulled a gun during a foot chase Tuesday morning in Kearns, Unified Police said. → Read More

Sundance Film Festival looking to trim to seven days for 2021, because of COVID-19

The 2021 Sundance Film Festival could be four days shorter, a week later and a lot less populated than usual, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Four more Utahns die from COVID-19, and another 500 cases are reported

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Utah’s death toll from COVID-19 hits 300; another 502 cases reported Thursday

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Another 339 Utahns come down with COVID-19, the lowest daily count in six weeks

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Here’s where fireworks and events are still happening in Utah for Pioneer Day

While there won’t be the traditional Days of ’47 events in Salt Lake City, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some Utah cities and towns won’t let the holiday go by completely unobserved. → Read More

From ‘King Lear’ to ‘Godspell,’ three Utah theater productions are taking COVID-19 precautions

With Broadway and many of Utah’s live theater companies going dark because of the coronavirus outbreak, some troupes are experimenting with different ways of letting the show go on. → Read More

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

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