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On Friday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James asks what will make Oregon fans happy after Friday's game besides a win, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune previews Saturday's matchup between the Utes and Arizona State, Hold All Tickets - our weekly picks and breaking down the Ducks vs. Cal
Eric Walden, Utah Jazz writer for The Salt Lake Tribune, joined PK to talk about the Utah Jazz as they wrap up the NBA preseason against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Salt Lake Tribune sports lead Aaron Falk joins The Drive to discuss Utah's win over USC, Jazz updated TV/streaming options, an ultra-marathon rescue in Davis County, recent changes in SLC radioland + more
On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses CJ Verdell being out of the season, Joe Moorhead recovering in Eugene, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune and USC beat reporter Adam Grosbard of the Orange County Register preview Saturday's game between the Utes and Trojans, more Oregon injury news, Arizona beat reporter Michael Lev of the Arizona Daily Star previews Saturday's game with UCLA and Mario Cristobal evaluates Anthony Brown Jr.'s play through 5 games
Our guest today is Connor Boyack. Connor is founder and president of Libertas Institute, a free market think tank in Utah. Named one of Utah's most politically influential people by The Salt Lake Tribune, Connor's leadership has led to dozens of legislative victories spanning a wide range of areas such as privacy, government transparency, property rights, drug policy, education, personal freedom, and more. A public speaker and author of 21 books, Connor is best known for The Tuttle Twins books, a children's series introducing young readers to economic, political, and civic principles. Connor lives near Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and two homeschooled children. 1) Let's start with the title of one of your Tuttle Twins books, because I think this is on everyone's minds... the “Fate of the Future”. What is the fate of our future? 2) Our children are our future, and fortune favors those who know their history. Our educational system seems to be in disarray and decay. In that vein, you have a new educational magazine coming out. Tell us about that. - Tuttle Times—a new monthly magazine for children ages 5-12 with lessons, activities, and projects to learn all kinds of important information about how the world works. 3) Politicians at every level are overstepping anything that our Founding Documents allow them to do with their limited powers. Everyday it seems there are several insults to our Freedoms. Often we know it's wrong, but sometimes in our busy lives we can't put our finger on what is wrong. Your Podcast “The Way The World Works” offers people bite-sized wisdom to try to help us keep up. What have been some of your most popular episodes? 4) Our financial system is under attack in several ways. There is a push for a cashless society, inflation is already gobbling up the value of our US Dollar, and crypto is a murky, volatile and confusing topic. Your newsletter recently mentioned the 50-year anniversary of President Richard Nixon's “New Economic Policy”. What is the significance of his action half a century ago? - On August 15th, 1971, the then-President announced a plan for a “New Economic Policy.” This included executive orders for 10% surcharges on imported goods and freezes on wages and prices. Worst of all, it ended the liquidity between U.S. gold and U.S. dollars. With the sweep of a pen, one man forced government control over free enterprise and brought us into the era of fiat money. 5) One last question. A Socialist magazine, titled “Current Affairs” took issue with your children's books. Instead their article helped sell a ton of your books. Tell us about that and also about your book for teens, called “How to Not Suck at Life”...which takes us right back to the topic of being a Socialist. - https://tuttletwins.com/blog/current-affairs-magazines-attempted-tuttle-takedown/?mc_cid=f54b7064c4&mc_eid=d5ae7467ce
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses College Football Playoff expansion posturing, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune discusses the shooting death of Utes defensive back Aaron Lowe, conference realignment in AAC? Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger on the CFP, conference realignment, targeting changes and expanding signing classes, targeting rule changes won't be easy, latest from Stanford coach David Shaw
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses Utah QB Charlie Brewer leaving with Utes beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune, Jon Wilner of the San Jose Mercury News on the state of the Pac-12 entering Week 4 and the 12-team CFP proposal, an early look at Oregon vs. Arizona, Manning brothers Monday Night Football telecast review
On Friday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James asks why do you or don't you go to FCS games? Auburn beat reporter Tom Green of AL.com previews Saturday's game at Penn State, the SEC West could be back and Alabama could still be way better than the pack, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune recaps the loss to BYU and previews the Utes' trip to San Diego State, previewing Ducks and Beavers games and Hold All Tickets: our weekly picks
In August, The Salt Lake Tribune reported that the bodies of Paiute children are likely buried on the property of a former Indigenous boarding school in Panguitch, Utah. It's a difficult and painful subject to talk about, and some members of the Paiute tribe wish the story had never been told by the media in the first place.
In Episode 211 of District of Conservation, Gabriella updates listeners on the latest conservation and environmental news from around the nation. First, she discusses catching a fingerling brown trout at the legendary Gunpowder Falls State Park in Maryland, then about the need for proactive forest management and the next battle to shield hunting and fishing from attacks by radical preservationist environmentalists. SHOW NOTES Gunpowder Brown Trout IWF Op-ed on Forestry in Daily Caller NPR Prescribed Burn Article Sen. Lummis, Rep. Newhouse STOP Catastrophe Act for Forest Management Kat Dwyer's Salt Lake Tribune op-ed Preservationist groups want to reimagine wildlife agencies (Wash. State) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/district-of-conservation/support
David Pyne and I discuss the increasing threat of China and their nuclear expansion. The Washington Times news agency reported the Chinese are building a third intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) field, that would be the home of over 100 new missiles. This could put the US and our western allies in a major pickle. The Chinese could effectively conduct nuclear blackmail of a US President, with just a threat of nuclear annihilation. David Pyne currently serves as Deputy Director of National Operations for the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security, as a Vice President for the Association of the United States Army's Utah chapter and as a West Valley City Police Honorary Colonel. David is a former U.S. Army Headquarters staff officer, as a Consultant for the U.S. Missile Defense Agency and as an International Analyst for both the Office of the Secretary of Defense and for the Department of the Navy. Mr. Pyne served as National Security Policy Director for U.S. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), as the founder of Sen. Lee's Military Advisory Committee and as 2nd Vice President of the Salt Lake Total Force Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America. He also served as Chairman/Vice Chairman of the Utah State Legislative Compensation Commission from 2009-2017. David holds a MA degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University's prestigious School of Foreign Service. He has been interviewed on television, on several talk radio shows and has been quoted in a number of newspapers, magazine articles and books. Mr. Pyne has had his op-eds published in The National Interest, Real Clear History, Deseret News, Salt Lake Tribune, the Provo Daily Herald, WorldNetDaily.com and Military.com. He, along with other EMP Task Force leaders, are available to speak to national or state policymakers and staffers, emergency management professionals or to civic and political groups on the EMP threat and other existential threats facing our great nation. Links Article mentioned in the interview and others by Mr. Pyne can be found here: https://nationalinterest.org/profile/david-t-pyne Article in the discussion: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2021/aug/12/china-engaged-breathtaking-nuclear-breakout-us-str/?fbclid=IwAR2EHNpYTuLYgF_-qgo7LQCxYGHIlWSe4j9vAirwZzpHBS0QX4uichbVNDQWebsite: https://emptaskforce.us/ Civil Defense Radio Information Website: https://www.civildefenseradio.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CivilDefenseRadio Telegram: Civil Defense Radio ChannelMeWe: Civil Defense RadioResources Links mentioned in showMad Moneyhttps://news.bitcoin.com/mad-moneys-jim-cramer-recommends-5-of-portfolios-in-crypto/Financial Advisory Surveyhttps://news.bitcoin.com/financial-advisor-survey-26-plan-to-recommend-cryptocurrencies/These are the five countrieshttps://dailyhodl.com/2021/08/14/these-are-the-five-countries-paving-the-way-for-crypto-adoption-according-to-binance/Iconic US Magazinehttps://dailyhodl.com/2021/08/13/this-iconic-92-year-old-us-magazine-plans-to-hold-ethereum/Four Institutional Investment Managershttps://dailyhodl.com/2021/08/16/four-institutional-investment-managers-get-btc-exposure-after-purchasing-250204-shares-of-grayscale-bitcoin-trust/Learn more about Crypto terms herehttps://www.coingecko.com/en/glossary?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=2020-08-9-newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_source=coingecko&utm_content=+Binance+is+safe%3F&utm_campaign=CoinGecko+Newsletters#AGlobal Partnershttps://prestonschleinkofer.vcardinfo.com/GSTelecom is a blockchain secure email. text, and chat app powered by G999 digital tokensThis video is a short intro to this service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRtRvjiVZVcGSTelecom Apps (Remember, these apps literally run on the blockchain, and you must have G999 crypto tokens to pay for use. You may purchase the coins from a number of exchanges, or through the Global Partners link above.)Android:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=block.chain.chatiPhone:https://apps.apple.com/tt/app/gstelecom-by-g999-blockchain/id1547577247NOTE: Civil Defense Radio is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com. This site also participates in other affiliate programs and is compensated for referring traffic and business to these companies
A resurgence of COVID-19 cases in Utah and across the country reignites the debate over mask and vaccine mandates. Utah welcomes its first refugees from Afghanistan following the U.S. military withdrawal. Plus, state leaders seek to mitigate the impact of the ongoing drought and wildfires. Glen Mills, anchor and senior political correspondent with ABC 4 News, Michelle Quist, columnist with The Salt Lake Tribune, and Max Roth, anchor with Fox 13 News join host Jason Perry on this edition of The Hinckley Report.
The third season and twenty-eighth episode of All Heart with Paul Cardall the pianist is joined by his father Duane Cardall, a Broadcast Journalist and former Director of Editorials for Utah's NBC affiliate KSL Television. They discuss how news has changed from the days when three television stations were committed to broadcasting the news as a public service to our time when 24 hour news cycles compete for advertising profits. Paul explores Duane's gift as a journalist, from the time he was interested in being on the radio to becoming one of Utah's most respected and trusted journalist. As satellite technology advanced in the late 70's Duane was one of the first “local” station journalists to broadcast live that year from Tokyo, Japan and and couple of months later, Israel. He also offers insight on how to balance between his faith, family and career. ABOUT DUANE CARDALL:Duane Cardall worked for KSL Television and Radio from 1972 until his retirement December 31, 2010. He spent his last 13-years at the station as Director of Editorials where he was responsible for researching, writing and presenting three to five editorials each week.Mr. Cardall's editorial work followed more than 25 years with KSL News where his reporting duties required him to cover a broad spectrum of daily news events. His specific assignment as Religion Specialist took him, not only throughout Utah and the United States, but also to more 50 nations of the world. He interviewed or provided on-scene coverage of such diverse religious leaders as Pope John Paul II, the Dalai Lama and Rev. Jerry Falwell. Over the course of his reporting career, he documented the international travels of four presidents of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 1978, he participated in the station's first transoceanic live shot from Tokyo, Japan, and a month later Mr. Cardall hosted an historic live 30-minute documentary from Jerusalem, Israel. He broadcast live from such diverse lands as Russia, Mexico, England, Germany and Hong Kong. In 1991, he provided KSL viewers and listeners with exclusive coverage from Leningrad of the attempted Soviet Coup. Mr. Cardall is especially noted for the many award-winning documentaries he produced: from his personal experience of running a marathon, to eloquently describing the subsistence level existence of cultures in such faraway lands as Mali and Bolivia.Prior to joining Channel 5, Mr. Cardall worked as a reporter for Salt Lake City's KALL Radio (1968-1969) and for KCPX-TV, now KTVX (1969-1972) in Salt Lake City.Mr. Cardall was born in Denver, Colorado but was raised in Salt Lake City. He graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S. degree in Journalism. Among the many awards and honors Mr. Cardall has received are Regional Emmy Awards in 1978, 1982, and 1987; numerous “Excellence in Journalism” awards from the Society of Professional Journalists; a 1987 “Wilbur Award” from the National Religious Public Relations Council; and a 1990 “Gabriel Award” from the National Association of Catholic Broadcasters. In 2009, Mr. Cardall chaired and hosted the annual convention of the National Conference of Editorial Writers (NCEW) in Salt Lake City. Mr. Cardall and his wife, Margaret, have eight children and at last count 27 grandchildren. In January 2016 the Cardall's returned from serving as missionaries in London at the Hyde Park Chapel Visitors' Centre of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where Elder Cardall was the Director. Prior to their most recent assignment, they served for 18-months at the church's Washington DC Temple Visitors' Center.All Heart with Paul Cardall is sponsored by doTERRA, whose products are designed to offer hope and healing. For more information on Paul Cardall, please visit https://paulcardall.com/ or find him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.Episode artwork Episode transcript Socials (insert links for all social handles)Website - www.paulcardall.com/podcastFacebook - @paulcardallmusicIG - @paulcardallIG - @allheartwithpaulcardallTwitter - @paulcardallYoutube - @cardall
America's home-spun religion of Mormonism has a bloody past. The founder Joseph Smith was murdered, and the Saints run out of various places they settled. This us-versus-them mentality really fermented in the Great Salt Valley where Brigham Young whipped his flock into a frenzy about interlopers and outsiders. Strange Country cohosts Beth and Kelly talk about how that volatile mx led to some Mormons murdering approximately 120 adults and children heading to California in 1857 in Mountain Meadows, and then blamed it on the Paiute. Theme music: Big White Lie by A Cast of Thousands Cite your sources: Denton, Sally. American Massacre: the Tragedy at Mountain Meadows, September 1857. Vintage Books, 2004. King, Gilbert. “The Aftermath of Mountain Meadows.” Smithsonian.com, Smithsonian Institution, 29 Feb. 2012, www.smithsonianmag.com/history/the-aftermath-of-mountain-meadows-110735627/. Krakauer, Jon. “For Water Will Not Do.” Under the Banner of Heaven , Anchor Books, 2003, pp. 211–227. Moore, Carrie. “LDS Church Issues Apology over Mountain Meadows.” Deseret News, Deseret News, 12 Sept. 2007, www.deseret.com/2007/9/12/20040883/lds-church-issues-apology-over-mountain-meadows#flags-wave-at-the-event-marking-the-150th-anniversary-of-the-mountain-meadows-massacre-at-the-memorial-site-near-enterprise. Smith, Christopher. “Unearthing Mountain Meadows Secrets: Backhoe at a S. Utah Killing Field Rips Open 142-Year-Old Wound.” Mountain Meadows Massacre (CESNUR), The Salt Lake Tribune, 14 Mar. 2000, www.cesnur.org/testi/morm_01.htm.
On Wednesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the Oregon Ducks still having some undecided position battles, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune previews Thursday's game against Weber State, Arizona State beat reporter Michelle Gardner of the Arizona Republic previews Thursday's game against Southern Utah, LSU beat reporter Brody Miller of The Athletic previews Saturday's game at UCLA, UCLA beat reporter James H. Williams of the Orange County Register recaps the win over Hawaii and previews the matchup with LSU and Ohio State beat reporter Marcus Hartman of the Dayton Daily News previews Thursday's game at Minnesota
Summer is almost over and it's harvest season in Utah's wine country. You read that right. Utah has wine country. On the latest episode of "Utah Booze News: An Alcohol Policy Podcast" produced by FOX 13 and The Salt Lake Tribune, we talk with Doug McCombs, the owner of Instant Gratification Winery in Cedar City about Utah's vineyards and the surprisingly large number of wineries our state has. He's also hosting the Utah Wine Festival this weekend in southern Utah.Kathy Stephenson has a BIG announcement, and we recap a long DABC commission meeting of bar licenses and champagne shortages. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Salt Lake Tribune journalists Alastair Lee Bitsóí and Courtney Tanner broke a story last week when they reported that bodies of Paiute children are likely buried at the site of a former Indigenous boarding school those children were forced to attend in Panguitch, Utah. Today on the news, we speak with Bitsóí, who is Diné, on how they approached this reporting. He says it's vital to work slowly, while putting the needs of tribal communities first. Show Notes: Photo: Panguitch, Utah. Although the Panguitch boarding school was open just five years from 1904 to 1909, it will be the first in the state to confirm that children died and were buried on-site. The Salt Lake Tribune: Bodies of Paiute children believed to be buried at site of former Utah Indigenous boarding school https://www.sltrib.com/news/education/2021/08/23/bodies-paiute-children/
David Locke, radio voice of the Utah Jazz and Jazz NBA Insider, brings you the daily show on the Utah Jazz, Locked On Jazz. On Today's episode * He shows how the Points Gained metric nailed it last year on Phoenix and Utah * Breaks down the system of Popints Gained * Previews the Dallas Mavericks and the Denver Nuggets * Andy Larsen of the Salt Lake Tribune joins the show to discuss the Utah Jazz off-season, the signing of Rudy Gay, Haseen Whiteside and the re-signing of Mike Conley. * Locke shares his disaster averted theory as to why off-season was a success Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On Tuesday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the announcement of the Pac-12/Big Ten/ACC Alliance that had no specifics, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune discusses Charlie Brewer winning the starting QB job, college football reporter Barrett Sallee of CBSSports.com talks 12-team CFP proposal, Alliance and more, when the Ducks and Beavers could actually play ACC and Big Ten teams in the same season and the latest from Oregon fall camp
The U.S. Interior Department recently announced oil and gas leasing will resume on federal lands. As our radio partners report, many advocates across the West say the entire system of federal energy development is in desperate need of reform. Plus, the Biden administration has nominated Chuck Sams to become the nation's next National Park Service director. If confirmed, he would be the first Indigenous person to run the agency. And, The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the bodies of Paiute children are likely buried at the site of a former Indigenous boarding school in Panguitch, Utah. Show Notes: KHOL: Western Advocates Call to Reform Oil and Gas Leasing System as Legal Battle Intesifies https://891khol.org/western-advocates-call-to-reform-oil-and-gas-leasing-system-as-legal-battle-intensifies/ DOI: White House Announces Nomination of Charles F. Sams III as National Park Service Director https://www.doi.gov/pressreleases/white-house-announces-nomination-charles-f-sams-iii-national-park-service-director The Salt Lake Tribune: Bodies of Paiute children believed to be buried at site of former Utah Indigenous boarding school https://www.sltrib.com/news/education/2021/08/23/bodies-paiute-children/
Josh Newman covers Utah football for The Salt Lake Tribune and on Monday he broke the story that Charlie Brewer will be the starting QB for Kyle Whittingham's squad on Thursday September 2nd against Weber State.
Connor Boyack founded Libertas Institute in 2011 and serves as its president. Named one of Utah's most politically influential people by The Salt Lake Tribune, Connor's leadership has led to dozens of legislative victories spanning a wide range of areas such as privacy, government transparency, property rights, drug policy, education, personal freedom, and more. A public speaker and author of over two dozen books, he is best known for The Tuttle Twins books, a children's series introducing young readers to economic, political, and civic principles. A California native and Brigham Young University graduate, Connor lives in Lehi, Utah, with his wife and two children. Follow Zuby - https://twitter.com/zubymusic Follow Connor Boyack - https://twitter.com/cboyack Subscribe to the 'Real Talk With Zuby' podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify & more - https://fanlink.to/zubypodcast Support Zuby on Patreon - https://patreon.com/zubymusic Special thanks to GOLD TIER Patreon members: Ebele Achor, Adam Patterson, Joseph Skelton, Andrea Mucelli, Matt Gallagher, Matthew Steinfeld, The Hagengnome, Divya Sholaga, Edwin Chiang & Libbie Richardson! Website - https://zubymusic.com Online Store - https://teamzuby.com 'Strong Advice: Zuby's Guide to Fitness For Everybody' eBook - https://gumroad.com/l/zubyfitness
On Thursday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses Oregon getting thin at a few positions during fall camp due to injuries, some interesting NIL deals for walk-ons, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune shares the latest on the Utes, updated weights for the Ducks, Washington State beat reporter Theo Lawson of the Spokesman-Review recaps the first week of fall camp for the Cougars
April 12, 2021 (Season 2, Episode 18: 53:46 minutes). Click here for the Utah Department of Culture & Community Engagement show notes for this Speak Your Piece episode. The show notes includes additional links and sources. Podcast Content:In celebration of the Salt Lake Tribune's 150th anniversary (1870-2020) as continuous newspaper published in Salt Lake City the “Trib” published in 2020, Utah's Story 150 Years of Photography from the Salt Lake Tribune, a collection of historical photographs and stories by Tribune photojournalists, taken from the 1890s to the present (photographs, actually a photomechanical reproduction of photographs, did not appeared in newsprint until the mid-1880s). See “Topics Discussed in Time” listed below. Salt Lake Tribune's senior reporter and project editor Matt Canham, and then director of photography Jeremy Harmon, who is now director of photography and visuals at The Tennessean and USA TODAY's South Region, discusses both SYP staff picks and their own favorite images, from the hundreds of remarkable images published in Utah's Story. Canham and Harmon also discuss the Tribune's recent transition from profit to a not-for-profit newspaper entity (see “In historic shift…”)The impactful and timeless images found in Utah's Story 150 Years of Photography from the Salt Lake Tribune, cover a range of topics, events and communities, such as Utah's own late 19th and early 20th centuries industrial revolution and urban expansion, to the 2002 Utah Winter Olympics, to the 1983 controlled flood down SLC's State Street, to the 2020 social justice protests and the first half of the COVID-19 Pandemic.. Each photograph presented in this work was created by dedicated photojournalists intent on connecting and telling important current events to the SLC community and beyond.Speaker BiosMatt Canham is a senior reporter and project editor for the Salt Lake Tribune. Matt joined the agency in 2002 and has been with the Trib for 19 years. He has covered topics in politics and investigative projects with PBS Frontline. Matt was also a Washington Correspondent for 6 years, reporting on the federal government and Utah's members of congress.Jeremy Harmon was the director of photography at the Salt Lake Tribune for 13 years. As of spring 2021 Jeremy became director of photography and visuals for The Tennessean (Nashville) and USA TODAY's South Region. Harmon was also a key contributor to the Salt Lake Tribune's website “The Legacy of Joe Hill”. Jeremy has many interests which include the preservation and use of the Tribune's immense photographic archives (both analogue and digital).Additional Resources and Readings:Utah's Story 150 Years of Photography from the Salt Lake Tribune -- to buy a copy click here.
John Canzano talks to Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune about the Pac-12 South. Then outgoing PSU AD Valerie Cleary joins the show to discuss the state of Portland State sports. We also look ahead to the opening of NBA free agency. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
John Canzano talks with Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune, to discuss Utah Utes football, the Pac-12 conference, and the rapidly-changing college football landscape. Canzano asks Newman for his takeaways from Pac-12 media day, how the quarterback competition at Utah is shaping up with transfer Charlie Brewer in the mix, what is Kyle Whittingham's secret sauce for success, is Utah happy in the Pac-12, how far the Pac-12 is from the CFB Playoff, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
In the 1940s, Trappist monks looked to create new monasteries in unlikely places, places not dominated by Catholics. They found just such a spot in a high mountain valley in Mormon Utah. For 70 years, Holy Trinity Abbey in the scenic Ogden Valley served as a religious refuge, where monks pondered and prayed, worked and worshipped, lived and died. For a young Michael O'Brien, torn by his parents' recent divorce, however, the monastery and his family's frequent trips up “Abbey Road” offered a more personal connection as the monks provided spiritual fathering, committed counseling, timely mentoring, religious role modeling and paths to peace. A now-grown O'Brien, a Catholic who works as an attorney in Salt Lake City and often represents The Salt Lake Tribune in legal matters, captures all that and more in his soon-to-be-released memoir, “Monastery Mornings: My Unusual Boyhood Among the Saints and Monks.”
Eric Walden, Utah Jazz beat writer for The Salt Lake Tribune, joined DJ & PK to talk about the NBA Draft tomorrow & what he expects the Jazz to do this offseason
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Norma Gonzalez covers BYU athletics for The Salt Lake Tribune and joined "The Big Show" on Thursday afternoon to discuss all things Cougars football with Jake Scott & Gordon Monson.
Norma Gonzalez covers BYU athletics for The Salt Lake Tribune and joined "The Big Show" on Thursday afternoon to discuss all things Cougars football with Jake Scott & Gordon Monson.
The American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, is holding its annual meeting in Salt Lake City next week. Lawmakers, mostly Republicans, from around the country will converge on Utah. There, they'll meet with representatives from the private sector to discuss public policy proposals that may be implemented in statehouses around the country. Those proposals take the form of “model legislation” that serves as a template legislators can use to craft their own legislation.Critics of ALEC say the group promotes “pro business” bills that are simply “copy and paste” proposals. A recent investigation found at least 10,000 bills copied from ALEC's model legislation were introduced nationwide over an eight-year period, with more than 2,100 being signed into law. Today we present an unedited, on-the-record conversation with The Salt Lake Tribune's Editorial Board and representatives of ALEC. George Pyle and Tim Fitzpatrick from The Tribune engage in conversation with Utah Senate President Stuart Adams, R-Layton, who is the national chairman of ALEC this year, Lisa Nelson, ALEC's CEO, Bill Meierling, ALEC's Chief Marketing Officer and Johnathan Williams, ALEC's Chief Economist.
The Salt Lake Tribune's Andy Larsen joins The Drive to discuss recent COVID resurgences, common misconceptions regarding the vaccine/variants, good sources for news/info gathering, a Jazz offseason under new ownership, possible NBA Draft targets + more
Salt Lake Tribune sports lead Aaron Falk joins The Drive to discuss the departure of Dennis Lindsey, an already chaotic Jazz offseason, the NIL era in the NCAA + more
Eric Walden, Utah Jazz writer for The Salt Lake Tribune, joined DJ & PK to talk about the Utah Jazz after their front-office shakeup with Dennis Lindsey moving into an advisory role and what other changes might be coming.
Aaron Falk joins The Drive to discuss his new gig/homecoming with the Salt Lake Tribune, his time with the Utah Jazz, Jazz vs Clippers game 6, Euro 2020 + more
On this week's episode, we go inside The Salt Lake Tribune and listen in to a conversation between Rep. Blake Moore and the Tribune's Editorial Board.Moore spoke with the board earlier this week to discuss a myriad of issues from Hill Air Force Base to public lands and the future of the Republican Party. Moore also discussed whether he's getting any push back from within the House Republican Caucus because he voted in favor of establishing a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. “I haven't been treated differently. I haven't been forced into anything. I haven't received a single call,” said Moore. “I remember talking to (House Minority Leader) Kevin McCarthy and asked if this would affect me being on the Armed Services Committee, which is super important for me and the district. He said absolutely not. That has nothing to do with it,” added Moore.
On Monday's edition of The James Crepea Show on Fox Sports Eugene, James discusses the conclusion of 2020-21 for Oregon & Oregon State athletics, Ohio State beat reporter Nathan Baird of Cleveland.com returns to talk about the Buckeyes 3 months ahead of the game with Oregon, Utah beat reporter Josh Newman of the Salt Lake Tribune discusses the Jazz-Clippers series and Suns beat reporter Duane Rankin of the Arizona Republic talks about Phoenix reaching the Western Conference finals
About the Show: On this episode of the podcast we get to chat with local Salt Lake City runner, Bryant Heath. Bryant shares with us what motivated him to run every single street in Salt Lake City during the year 2020. We find out about some hidden gems and some not so hidden gems that he discovered while on his runs and we also got to find out about some new goals he has set for himself for 2021. We of course also find out what Bryant loves about living in Utah and some of his favorite local eating spots. Important Links: Newspaper article in the Salt Lake Tribune https://www.sltrib.com/news/2020/12/20/story-one-man-who-ran/ Utah mans map shows locations/photos of 266 + murals https://kutv.com/news/local/photo-tour-utah-mans-map-shows-locations-photos-of-salt-lake-citys-266-murals This episode is sponsored by: UtahMarijuana.org http://utahmarijuana.org Sundance Institute https://www.sundance.org/ Salt Lake Barber Co. https://saltlakebarberco.com/ Connect more with I am Salt Lake: Email email@example.com Connect With Our Facebook https://www.facebook.com/IAmSaltLake/ Connect With Our Twitter https://twitter.com/iamsaltlake Connect With Our Instagram https://www.instagram.com/iamsaltlake/ Join The Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/iamsaltlake/ Support our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/iamsaltlake Sign up for our email list https://iamsaltlake.com/email Thank you for listening to this episode of I am Salt Lake podcast. We showcase local talent, businesses, and everyday people making Salt Lake City what it is today. Please consider making a one time donation through PayPal to help with the expenses of keeping this podcast running smoothly https://www.paypal.me/iamsaltlake