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The U's budding Transgender Health Program expands outreach to Spanish-speaking communities.
The Salt Lake City radio DJ, co-host of the The Morning Mix at Latino 106.3 FM, kept the bass-heavy merengue, cumbia and reggaeton bumping in West Valley City

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As election day nears, Salt Lake City mayoral candidates Erin Mendenhall and Luz Escamilla share their visions for a changing city.
The voters decide who will become the next mayor in the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 5. For many, ballots will be mailed to their homes soon.

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Feedback from Sept. 26 and Beyond

Opinionated readers sound off on racial disparity, the Christian right and funeral potatoes.

"When I go to a store, I don't want special treatment, just the same kindness and respect I afford you."

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Ingot We Trust: Trading Foundation Beliefs for the Luster of Gold

(The guns were an absolute necessity—back then; no one needed a concealed carry permit, and no one questioned the premise that a man would be fully justified in killing a claim jumper or thief. In the gold fields, the law was in short supply.)

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Citizen Revolt: Oct. 10

It's never too early to start thinking about voting Donald Trump out of office.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is hosting a Power of Our Pride Presidential Town Hall

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Creme de la Weird

A weekly roundup of international news oddities.
"The camel did nothing wrong," Hamilton told The Advocate. "The camel has never been aggressive." A veterinarian treated the camel with antibiotics after the incident.

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Who Do They Work For

A local paper holds elected officials accountable. For people like Rep. Ben McAdams, the find themselves stuck in the middle. Plus, the murky future of a Utah natural treasure.
Boom! Park City's city manager, Diane Foster, is gone—without notice or rationale.

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