People in downtown Salt Lake City have something in common with wild horses. Both provide inspiration — and a sense of purpose — for a photographer who's lived most of his life without being able to walk.
On Saturday, a visitor on vacation at Deer Valley found an injured northern flicker and hired an Uber to deliver the bird to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah, according to a social media post from the facility.
Dawn Rohde went into Little Cottonwood Canyon for a trail run the morning of July 4. More than 36 hours later, she was rescued after becoming lost on an unfamiliar trail covered in patches of deep snow. She discusses being lost — and found.
Here's a heartfelt thank-you to a tow truck driver from Cache County who stopped to help change a flat tire, free of charge, and another thank you for a group of students who go out of their way every day to help new classmates feel welcome.