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  • Three Qs and a Beer
  • Three Qs and a Beer

    City Weekly sits down for a drink with this year’s eight mayoral candidates.
      This year’s SLC mayoral race has been a doozy. Between sheepish mailers, claims of “dark money” and Rainer Huck’s festive debate headwear, it’s easy for a voter to get bogged down with election noise.
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  • Clean It Up!
  • Clean It Up!

    Grassroots group fights to get their carbon tax initiative on Utah's 2020 ballot.
      Recently, on one of Utah's hottest days, Bauman could be seen wearing a bucket hat and a sandwich board proclaiming, "Utah voters, sign here to clean the darn air."
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  • Promises, Promises
  • Promises, Promises

    As this summer's campaign season heats up, mayoral candidates vie to stand out.
      Between June 13's Westside Issues Forum and the primary debate on June 26, residents should have ample opportunity to hear from the candidates and ask them questions regarding the capital city's future.

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  • Shine Bright
  • Shine Bright

    Mayor, Pride Center staff, raise rainbow flag at City and County Building.
      "We’ve come a long way, Biskupski said. "Now, we see 50,000 people coming together for the Pride weekend festival.”
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  • What’s Eating Gary Herbert?
  • What’s Eating Gary Herbert?

    In his first regular news conference since February, the guv says he’s ‘fit as a fiddle.’
      “They ought to be ashamed,” Herbert said of the feds. “We’re doing what we can and I think we’re on a good road.”
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  • Housing Headaches
  • Housing Headaches

    Tough questions abound as city tries to balance increased housing and preservation.
      Many settle in the capital city, leaving residents who are focused on historic preservation or affordability to worry if enough is being done.
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  • Pamela’s Place
  • Pamela’s Place

    State and city leaders break ground on SLC’s newest supportive housing complex and honor longtime homeless advocate Pamela Atkinson.
      “The governor knows how important housing is, the mayor knows, the lieutenant governor knows … the Legislature knows, and they apologized profusely at the end of the session that they took out $24 million,” Atkinson said.
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  • Distilling Hope
  • Distilling Hope

    Against archaic regulations, these Utah distilleries manage to leave their boozy mark.
      In reality, the road to creating and growing Ogden's Own Distillery was a bit rockier.
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  • The Buzz: Utah's Native Bees in Peril
  • The Buzz: Utah's Native Bees in Peril

    Federal lands could offer hives a respite from pesticides.
      "People ask us about the bees all the time when we're at farmers markets," he said. "They're like, 'What's happening? They're dying.'
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  • Mayoral March Madness
  • Mayoral March Madness

    Get ready to rumble—the primary is fast approaching.
      Assuming we survive the lunacy, we’ll be there to cover the race between the top two vote-getters, culminating in the November municipal election. But first, the primary.
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