🌱 U Health Urges Booster + SLC Airport Expects Big Crowds

Hello neighbours! Joseph Peterson here with a brand new issue of the Salt Lake City Daily.

First the weather today:

Afternoon rain. High: 45 Low: 35.

Here are today’s top stories in Salt Lake City:

  1. University of Utah Health calls on the public to Get your vaccine and / or vaccine booster amid the expected Vacation wave of COVID-19 and the more contagious variant of it, Omicronwhich is quickly becoming the dominant variant of the country. (ABC4)
  2. In a heartwarming one Christmas dream come true, Make-A-Wish Utah in association with Ballet West to give a little girl her dream to perform in the Nutcracker, an idea they during a Hospitalization last year. (2KUTV)
  3. Roundabouts are a feature that is becoming more and more important more often on The streets of Salt Lake City. Not everyone loves you – some even hate you – but you are here to say it. The Salt Lake Tribune is investigating why and explaining that Advantages of roundabouts in relation to Road safety and the Surroundings. (Salt Lake Grandstand)
  4. Reductions in homeless camps do not seem to be the solution they were intended for, and weigh on those who have moved even when areas are cleaned up. While Health and Safety Outcomes are the priority, Actions like Reductions are often a double-edged sword. In the SLC, 49 days in 2021 dedicated themselves to moving and cleaning up after the camps. Some say sanctioned campsites could be a better approach. (KUER 90.1)
  5. You can do itexpect crowds ahead of the pandemic In the Salt Lake City International Airport this holiday week with airport spokeswoman Nancy Volmer too expect 25,000 passengers Leave SLC before the 25th. For comparison, Volmer also notes that last year just saw a a little more than half this number. The reminder to arrive two hours early is still a good idea, especially if you haven’t been to the new airport in SLC. (KSL)

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  • “Went to Pasadena? look at that to lead to the Rose parade and other relevant Information about the rose bowl. (Thanks to the Tournament of Roses volunteer and U-parent Shannon McConnell for the insight!) “(The University of Utah)
  • Library journal has the list of Star Libraries for 2021. the City library is thrilled – and humbled – the name a Five star library, that highest honor on the list. Of 5,608 qualifying public library systems, only 85 were five-starred, and only one in the state of Utah“(Salt Lake City Public Library)
  • “All Salt Lake City School District Offices and schools are closed due to the winter break. We can’t wait to see you again on Monday January 3, 2022! “(Salt Lake City School District)
  • Professional snowboarder and Utah locally Brolin Mawejje is well on the way first athlete from Uganda and the first African snowboarder at the line up Winter Olympics. His journey had some obstacles, but for Brolin the snow is where he finds his flow. “(Visit Utah)
  • This week’s stack adoptable pets by doing Salt Lake City Area are looking for their forever houses. Will someone go home with you? Here is a list of dogs, cats and other pets that are in animal shelters in. are up for adoption Salt Lake and Surroundings. (Salt Lake City patch)
  • Lots Christmas traditions of today have since Victorian era in England, like Sing door to door and stockings or Send cards. But a once popular tradition is as good as forgotten: the Telling ghost stories on Christmas eve. The Deseret News covers the history of this tradition and also offers a number of fascinating anecdotes a popular ghost story can be seen on stages all over Utah every year Charles Dickens’ A Christmas song. (Desert news)

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That’s it for today! See you tomorrow morning for another update.

Joseph Peterson

About me: Joseph is a writer and marketing communications strategist with a degree in mass communications and public relations from the University of Utah. He is interested in city life, public libraries, national parks, and sponsors events that build community.

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