Rob Winder, KUER 90.1

Rob Winder

KUER 90.1

Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Rob:

What was Utah reading in 2022? We asked some librarians to find out!

Librarians in Grand County, Summit County and Brigham City share which adult fiction and nonfiction titles were checked out most often in 2022. → Read More

Utah’s Hogle Zoo to host 1st Neurodiversity Celebration Day on Dec. 27

The zoo will welcome families with neurodivergent individuals for a day of activities tailored to their needs — including a toned-down version of the popular ZooLights. → Read More

The holiday rush and Utah’s low unemployment are a tough combo for the post office

Salt Lake City post offices only have about a quarter of the entry-level mail carriers they need, according to a local union official. That’s leading to mail delivery on some routes to be briefly suspended. “This is the first year we've really seen this," the union official said. → Read More

To reduce bird-window collisions, Salt Lake Valley volunteers undertake a grim survey

“This is not one of our more fun projects,” said Tracy Aviary’s conservation director. But the survey helps identify species that are particularly vulnerable to building collisions. → Read More

Family caregiving takes a toll on ‘Utah’s Invisible Workforce’

A recent report from the University of Utah’s Gardner Policy Institute finds family caregivers report worse physical and mental health than their peers. → Read More

E-cigarette use declining among young adults in Utah

According to data from the Utah Department of Health and Human Services, 14.4% of Utahns aged 18-24 reported using e-cigarettes in 2021. That’s down from a peak of 18.5% in 2019. → Read More

March of Dimes report tabs 17 Utah counties as maternity care ‘deserts’ or ‘low access’

Many rural providers in Utah provide care through family practice providers rather than services that are more common in metropolitan hospitals. → Read More

Homeless services are challenged by Utah’s tight labor market

Applications have been slow to come in for open job positions at the Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center in Salt Lake City. → Read More

The Lee-McMullin debate was a ‘less dignified’ affair, says The Dignity Index

The Dignity Index is evaluating civility in political discourse and found statements from both candidates on Monday fell well short of their ideal. → Read More

A Utah artist imagines the life of the Great Salt Lake from birth to the brink

Utah artist Vincent Mattina’s sound collage won a first place award in this year’s Alfred Lambourne Arts Program, an annual exhibition of artwork hosted by Friends of Great Salt Lake. → Read More

This year’s Strawberry Reservoir kokanee salmon watch party was canceled due to lack of fish

The spectacle of fluorescent red salmon usually attracts a crowd each year. But this year’s migration was behind schedule, and wildlife officials say the recent heatwave may be one reason. → Read More