Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Nov 29, 2018
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  • Vol. 35, No. 27
  • The Precarious Plan for the Lake Powell Pipeline

Officials in Utah’s fastest-growing county are obscuring details of what a high-stakes project will cost taxpayers.

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  • Citizen Sensors
  • Citizen Sensors

    Personal air-quality monitoring devices could explode in popularity once inversion season hits.
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  • Climate Change Alert

    Regardless of what the founding fathers envisioned, today, they rest uneasily in their graves, wondering if their dreams will survive.
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  • Heavy Happenstance
  • Heavy Happenstance

    City Ghost crafts blissful beauty out of rock riffs and a vocalist's folk roots.
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