Katharine Biele
Katharine Biele

Katharine Biele

A City Weekly contributor since 1992, Biele is the informed voice behind our Hits & Misses and Citizen Revolt columns. When not writing, you can catch her working to empower voters and defend democracy alongside the League of Women Voters.

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  • Going South
  • Going South

      No one was surprised that rural Utah thinks the COVID-19 response is an overreaction. But there was one short clip that was both stunning and perfectly understandable. "A lot of our economy is tourism ... that's not by our choice," Garfield County Commissioner Leland Pollock told KUTV News.
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  • Useless Legislature
  • Useless Legislature

      Why, you ask? Why, indeed. The Legislature refused to pass bills that just made sense, but apparently struck at the heart of their ideological sensibilities.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Mar. 12
  • Citizen Revolt: Mar. 12

    How about that christianity?, Inland Port still a thing?, Living on a hot tin roof.
      In God We Trust? The Changing Nature of Christianity in America will help you understand why more and more people identify as spiritual but not religious.
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  • Citizen Revolt: Mar. 5
  • Citizen Revolt: Mar. 5

    Prisoner protest, Girls who code, Clean air fair.
      A recent state audit targeted poor practices in jails by the Department of Corrections, but did not address complaints from the Utah Prisoner Advocate Network.
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  • Vaccine Refugees
  • Vaccine Refugees

    It's hard to know exactly where the Deseret News stands on viruses. "In Our Opinion Viruses Are Bad" could be the headline for one of their editorials.
  • Make Up Your Mind
  • Make Up Your Mind

    Utah revels in its land attractions but its dotted by oil drilling threats. The Legislature commissions a "roadmap" to reduce emissions. But those on the Hill still write love letters to Trump.
      It's like Utah has a split personality.
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  • The G-word
  • The G-word

    Inside Prop 4—and the Legislature's crusade to squash it.
      They knew it would happen. But the timing—and the optics—are so interesting.
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