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Trib Voices

Former Salt Lake Tribune staffers look back—and ahead.
The city and state's preeminent daily newspaper suffered a crushing blow last week, when more than a third of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning Salt Lake Tribune's newsroom staffers retired or were laid off.


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Summer in the City

On valuing the simplicity of free-spirited fun.
From childhood through our adult years, summer embodies the time of year when our lives just feel lighter.


Dreams Really DO Come True

The latest on quirky criminals, strange trends and odd events.
A janitor at Incheon International Airport in Seoul, South Korea, might have hit the jackpot on April 26 when he discovered $325,000 worth of gold bars in a garbage bin.

News of the Weird

Gullible Utahns

Utahns get a dose of fake news; get to know the state's "dirty lobbyist" and the LDS church's fight against medical marijuana.
Some Utah stories are more than just Utah stories. This week saw one that demonstrated both Utahns' gullibility and their unrealized spiritual desires.

Hits & Misses

Citizen Revolt: May 24

Take action with the future of our Great Salt Lake!
Remember when you (or maybe your grandmother) used to swim in the Great Salt Lake?

Citizen Revolt

Feedback from May 10 and Beyond

Our readers sound off on government spending, puppies and vehicle fellatio.
"Guess I better read the article in full."


How did "nuts" and "bananas" come to mean "crazy"?

Nut Job
Oh master, how did the terms "nuts" and "bananas" come to refer to something or someone crazy?

The Straight Dope


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