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Birders rejoiced: Rain boosted success at GSL bird festival

A wet weekend of heavy rain didn’t dampen the spirits of Great Salt Lake Bird Festival goers. Only four of the 61 field trips were canceled and workshops and...


Recreation

Utah ski resort visits hit 9-year low

OGDEN — As a result of one of the warmest winters on record, Northern Utah ski resorts only received about a third of the normal snowfall. As a result, the...


Auto

Takata air bag recall doubles to nearly 34 million

WASHINGTON (AP) — Under pressure from U.S. safety regulators, Takata Corp. has agreed to declare 33.8 million air bags defective, a move that will double the number...


Hers

Mother, CEO, Ms. Wheelchair Utah

SOUTH OGDEN — To the extent that humility and determination have the power to make a great leader, Jennifer Crouse has distinguished herself as an...


Hers

Indoor-outdoor furniture: A natural fit

When designers say, “Bring the outdoors in!” they’re usually referring to plants. But while leafy greens are one way to freshen up a room,...




Hers

A fresh approach is our potluck tradition

Potluck suppers come naturally to a gardener, because a gardener leads a potluck life. The crops you harvest are shaped by the season, and even with good soil and...


Hers

How to teach kids happiness

When I think about what I want for my children as they grow up, I think of the kind of people I’d like them to become: Adults who are kind, thoughtful and...


Hers

Making sausage is a simple process you can have down cold

While sausagemaking might have started as a way to use the trimmings from butchering or to make the most of tough cuts of meat, for me it’s more about knowing...


Hers

Easy one-pot pasta dish saves on pan-washing

I'm following up last week's Shrimp & Quinoa Grits recipe with another easy, one-pot dinner that uses shrimp. The great thing about his recipe is that you can...


Auto

Road rage out of control in China

BEIJING — The horrific incident shocked the nation when it went viral in China earlier this month: a woman dragged from her car, thrown to the ground and...


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