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Meet the individuals who shaped Utah as state celebrates 150 years of women’s suffrage

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Jan 16th - 7:35pm

A new Utah Capitol exhibit comprised of about 50 illustrations highlights the roles of individuals who either fought for women’s suffrage or carried the torch after it was achieved 150 years ago this year.

A day to honor suffrage leader, first female state senator Martha Hughes Cannon

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 11th - 6:29pm

Rep. John Curtis announces creation of women’s advisory committee.

USU showcases historical outdoor products in online exhibit

Cara MacDonald, Contributor  |  Posted Jan 2nd - 7:01pm

Throughout the years, Utah State University has seen many advancements in outdoor recreation technology. But university officials didn't have a place for those advancements to be seen collectively until now.

Utah company repairs vintage Salt Lake Costume sign, keeping piece of neon golden age alive

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Dec 24th - 3:06pm

The iconic Salt Lake Costume sign in Sugar House has been brought back to its old glory during a time where other vintage 1950's signs are disappearing from Utah's landscape.

Once almost Millcreek city hall, iconic Old Meeting House set for demolition

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Dec 5th - 2:41pm

The Old Meeting House was built more than a century ago and has been a fixture of Millcreek since. However, it's now set to be demolished amid concerns about its structural integrity.

Here's how news of ‘Black Tuesday’ was delivered to Utahns 90 years ago

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Oct 29th - 5:11pm

“Black Tuesday” is now recognized as the unceremonious gateway into The Great Depression; however, old newspapers show this wasn’t the only thing on Utahns' minds at the time.

Century-old Salt Lake City building rich with women’s history a finalist for grant contest

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 7:34pm

A building that was once the meeting place for an influential women's group in Salt Lake City is among 20 national finalists to receive a massive preservation grant.

How radio as we know it in Utah began 100 years ago with the help of a teenager

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 5th - 12:33pm

It was in 1919 that a Utah teen began construction on what became the nation’s first radio station licensed for an educational station. It was the start of a radio boom in the state that exists to this day.

‘It completely changed everything': Remembering the Salt Lake City tornado 20 years later

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Aug 8th - 7:01pm

Do you remember where you were when the Salt Lake City tornado struck on Aug. 11, 1999?

Golden Spike becomes Utah’s first national historic park. Here’s what that means

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Mar 16th - 10:09am

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump signed into action the Natural Resources Management Act, which among many things, turned the Golden Spike National Historic Site into Utah’s first-ever National Historical Park.

Looking back at the interesting history of Utah’s sales tax

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Feb 8th - 5:19pm

During his State of the State address last week, Gov. Gary Herbert called for reforming Utah’s sales tax system. But when and why did Utah start imposing a sales tax to begin with?