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Eric Openshaw

Eric Openshaw is a digital content producer at KSL NewsRadio. Contact him at eopenshaw@ksl.com.
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    Are You A Veteran? Here’s Why You Should Choose the VA Health Care System

    The VA offers focused treatment to any and all United States veterans who risked their lives to keep our country safe. Here are some of the specific services they offer.
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    Why These 5 Colbie Caillat Songs Will Make You Smile

    Originally breaking out as a MySpace phenomenon Colbie Caillat has made an incredible name for herself since the release of her first EP Hearts are Magnets in 2006 and later her first full album Coco in 2007. With 6 studio albums and multiple Grammys, there may still be some facts about your favorite Colbie Caillat you didn't know. You can see Colbie Caillat at this year's BYU Spectacular.
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    Are You and Your Family Prepared for an Emergency?

    If the unthinkable happened right now and you had to evacuate, would you have everything ready to go? Or would you be struggling trying to figure out what to take with you? What do you need to know to prepare for an emergency?
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    Why a Utah Man Hopes Music Can Prevent Suicide

     Worth of Souls is healing people’s pain through the power of music. It's fighting anxiety, depression, and even helping to prevent suicide. Whether it’s relief from depression, anxiety, or pain, Worth of Souls has the perfect spiritual song for you. 
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    A Utah WWII Vet Tells His Story of Landing in Normandy

    D-Day, June 6, 1944, the largest amphibious invasion in history. Over 150-thousand American, British, and Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, but over 15-thousand airborne soldiers dropped in behind enemy lines on D-Day. Most parachuted in, but over a thousand landed in Normandy inside gliders made of plywood. 97-year-old Millcreek, Utah WWII vet and resident John “Jack” Whipple piloted one of the hundreds of gliders to set down in the fields of France on that June morning.
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    3 Easy Ways You Can Get Your Car Ready for Your Summer Trip

    You're getting ready for what you hope is going to be a fun road trip vacation for your family this summer. You've thought of everything. You've planned where you are going to go. What you want to see. And even people you want to visit! But have you thought about the safety of your car and the people you love inside? Is it ready to take such a big trip?
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    5 Ways You’re Watering Your Lawn Wrong

    This year, you really want to get your lawn looking better than your neighbor's lawn. Last year you tried a bunch of stuff. But your grass seemed to fizzle out and get brown at the end of the year. Don't worry! This year is going to be different. You'll know exactly what you did wrong. Here are 5 ways you're watering your lawn wrong.
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    4 Reasons You Should Attend the 2018 Utah Podcast Summit

    The Utah Podcast Summit is the first of it's kind in Utah. With speakers from all over the state, any question you've ever had about starting, managing, and creating success for your podcast is only a ticket to the Utah Podcast Summit away. Here are the 4 reasons you should attend the Utah Podcast Summit.
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    The 5 Best Food and Board Game Pairings

    Are you all about board games? Do you always win Monopoly at the expense of your friends and family? Does Scrabble make you feel like a verbal virtuoso? A new cafe in Provo, Good Move Cafe, is the place for you. Here are 5 of the best food and board game pairings you can find at Good Move Cafe.
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    5 Incredible Cheeses You Need to Try

    Cheese is one of the best things about life, and whether you like it melty on your favorite grilled cheese, or freshly cut and on top of a cracker, or even toasted. That's right, toasted. Your Utah host Taylor Powers talks with Russel Kohler of Heber Valley Artisan Cheese about how they started and what some of their favorite cheese that they make are.