Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | Dec 6, 2018
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  • Dec 6-12, 2018
  • Vol. 35, No. 28
  • Dying in Silence

According to a chilling new report, SLC and the state rank high for murdered and missing indigenous women.

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  • Dying in Silence
  • Cover Story
  • Dying in Silence

    A new report attempts to document the number of Indigenous women missing or murdered in 71 cities across the U.S. According to its data, Salt Lake City ranks in the top 10.
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  • Show Them the Money
  • Show Them the Money

    City Council members consider pay hike, worry current salary leaves out potential candidates.
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  • Enemy of the People
  • Opinion
  • Enemy of the People

    After a blatant and unprecedented effort to suppress the free will of Utah voters, it appears that scissor-wielding Mormons have taken a successful swipe at Mama's apron strings.
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Eat & Drink

Music

  • Home Again
  • Home Again

    Jerry Joseph traces his routes—and his roots—back to Utah.
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