Happy Wednesday, neighbors! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s going on in Salt Lake City today.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
A little morning snow. High: 43 Low: 34.
Here are the 4 best stories in Salt Lake City today:
- While the U of U did not quite achieve victory at Rose bowl, the best directors say one silver lining maybe the large-scale event exhibition like the Rose Bowl, and the potential they have for increase the attractiveness of high school students to academics of the school and other aspects that might consider continuing their education after graduation. (KUTV 2News)
- Salt lake city swore in his Most diverse city council ever, including a majority of the board identifying themselves as members of the LGBTQ community. New members of the board, representing in particular Salt Lake’s Most Diverse Neighborhoods on the west side, also cite their socio-economic experiences, referring to what informs their priorities (i.e. affordable housing) on the problems facing the inhabitants of their neighborhood. (KUER)
- Moose, bear, mule deer oh my god! The Music Man’s 76 trombones can’t compare to 706 animals this Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) announced used I-80 Crossing Parley’s Canyon in 2021. Birds, coyotes and porcupines were also among frequent users of the bridge, which opened in 2018 in order to reduce car and animal collisions– a solution that seems quite efficient. (fox13now.com)
- that of the city Redevelopment agency at awarded over $ 5 million of his affordable housing fund in the form of four-person construction loans housing estates which will result in 650 new units subsidized by the federal government. Building Salt Lake profiled each of the projects, highlighting their specifications and locations. (buildingsaltlake.com)
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- “A storm systems series will result in spells of snow in parts of northern Utah and southwestern Wyoming from Tuesday morning through Thursday. This will result in significant travel difficulties, especially for southwestern Wyoming, the mountains of northern Utah, and the valleys near the Idaho border. The snow could also impact the Wednesday morning trip along the Wasatch facade. “(United States National Meteorological Service Salt Lake City Utah)
- “If you are planning to visit one of our Wildlife Management Areas this winter, be sure to see our website for seasonal closings. Winter and early spring are the most difficult times of the year for Utah big game, especially deer. To help protect the animals, we close some of our WMAs to the public every year – some of these closures started on January 1. “(Utah Wildlife Division)
- “Egypt: the time of the pharaohs close at NHMU at the end of the day this Thursday, January 6. The museum is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and open late until 9:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. Book your tickets in advance so you don’t miss this opportunity. “(Utah Natural History Museum)
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