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Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment has estimated that approximately 1,000 Utahns die prematurely each year because of air pollution. The April 9 story “Dust Up” overstated that number.

The winner of City Weekly’s 2009 Best of Utah award for “Best Chili Verde in Sandy” was La Calandria. Its owners informed us that, although the award was appreciated, after 20 years in business, it recently closed due to a tight economy.
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