SALT LAKE CITY — In 2019, Utahs Division of State History created Utah History Month to draw attention to Utah’s history work happening across our state and to document and preserve that history. Utah is entering its’ 127th year of statehood next month and many Utah-culture related events and exhibits will follow according to the […]
As a special friend to abused and traumatized children across the country, the Topaz Fairy -- who is also a graduate student at the University of Utah -- was determined not to be derailed in her mission of joy by the pandemic.
SALT LAKE CITY — Thousands of Utah’s homeless youth are not only facing hunger, but are experiencing homelessness. Volunteers of America is a program that aims to promote and spread awareness for the more vulnerable people in our community. As a part of Utah Gives Back presented by Select Health, The Director of Youth […]
SALT LAKE CITY – Most people can probably look back on their school years and remember a teacher or a counselor who had a profound impact on our lives. But, how many of us can say that about our high school custodian? Students who’ve attended school in Salt Lake City School District can say that […]
TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — Winsten Asif, a Pakistani immigrant and refugee living in Utah, says people constantly ask him why he started a Greek food restaurant. “They always ask me, ‘You’re Pakistani, why are you cooking Greek food?'” he said. But for Asif, it’s all a part of his American Dream. “The land of opportunity” We […]