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5 Spot: Jim Souby

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Oct 10,2007 - Wanting Utah to have a world-class think tank, former Utah governor and now Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Leavitt founded The Oquirrh Institute. Only problem was, few people outside the state could pronounce the institute’s name (which...

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5 Spot: Patrick Thronson

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Oct 3,2007 - Patrick Thronson, Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson’s ninth communication director, boasts the second-longest tenure of the often-vacated seat. To what do you attribute your staying power? I thrive on being able to help make a difference,...

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5 Spot: Louis Godfrey

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Sep 26,2007 - Louis Godfrey is a freelance writer covering the Warren Jeffs’ trial for City Weekly. His semi-daily reports can be read at CityWeekly.BlogSpot.com. Did Warren Jeffs’ guilty verdict surprise you? Yes and no. Conventional wisdom seemed...

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5 Spot: Presidential Candidate Ron Paul

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Sep 19,2007 - Republican presidential candidate and Texas Congressman Ron Paul came to town Sept. 15 for a fund-raiser and rally. City Weekly caught up with the libertarian M.D., who also happens to be talk-show host Bill Maher’s “new hero,” to see...

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5 Spot: The Mayoral Big 4

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - In case you’ve been living under a rock, the primary election for Salt Lake City mayor is Tuesday, Sept. 11. This issue looks in depth at the Salt Lake City mayor’s race (see “The Mayor Bunch”). Below, we asked the four front-runners...

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Missionary Position: Chris Madden

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Sep 5,2007 - Charles Madden 69, retired, writes on musical theory Served mission in Uruguay, 1959-62 Did you ever fear losing life and limb? We were tracting door to door (our least favorite activity). We approached a home that had tall double doors, one of which...

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5 Spot: Pete Ashdown

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Aug 29,2007 - In 2006, XMission CEO Pete Ashdown challenged U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch for his Senate seat. While not victorious, the Democrat garnered about a third of the vote—a strong showing when up against a senator-for-life. Ashdown continues to track local...

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Missionary Position: Keith Moore

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Aug 29,2007 - Keith Moore Novelist and poet Served mission in eastern Canada, 1950-52 Did you break the rules? As often as I could. Consequences? Very few. It’s a good thing my mission was 55 to 57 years ago, because it’s all draconian now compared to...

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5 Spot: Julia Barrientos of the Dual Immersion Academy

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - Julia Barrientos directs the Dual Immersion Academy, a free public charter school at 1155 S. Glendale Drive (DIAcharter.org). Serving on her board is Patricia Dark, wife of City Weekly staffer Stephen Dark. When doors open on Sept. 4, 350 students (grades...

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5 Spot

By Jerre Wroble
POSTED // Aug 22,2007 - U of U political science professor Luke Garrott is running for Salt Lake City’s District 4 council seat against Brian Doughty, Carol Goode, Jack Gray and (incumbent) Nancy Saxton. He is also the nephew of a good friend of mine. We touched base with...
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