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USANA’s 2010 Children’s Hunger Run to “Stop Hunger in its Tracks"

7/20/2010

Saturday August 28, 2010 marks USANA's 7th annual CHF Children's Hunger Run: "Stop Hunger in its Tracks." This 5K run/walk, in connection with USANA's yearly International Convention, helps raise funds for Children's Hunger Fund (CHF), an organization committed to easing the suffering of children throughout the world. Race Information

SLC Mayor Announces Plan for Most Comprehensive Sustainability Code in the Country

7/14/2010

SALT LAKE CITY - Mayor Ralph Becker formally announced today Salt Lake City's effort to adopt the most comprehensive sustainability ordinances in the country. When fully adopted, the new comprehensive sustainability ordinance will be the first of its kind in the country. The 10 key areas addressed by the Sustainability Ordinance are: - Climate

Salt Lake City Named “Top Arts Destination” by National Publication

7/14/2010

For the fifth time in as many years, AmericanStyle magazine has named Salt Lake City as a "Top 25 Arts Destination" in the mid-sized city category. Based on an annual poll, cities across the country vie for this designation, as it reflects an active creative industry, a high level quality of life and a valued travel destination. As Salt Lakers well

10 Best Affordable Mountain Towns for Retirement: Scenic views and groomed slopes

7/12/2010

U.S. News & World Report, by Emily Brandon --Every morning Warren Hill wakes up to sunshine and a view of the mountains. Since retiring from the National Park Service in 1997, a job that took him to many of America's most beautiful places, he chose to settle in Colorado Springs, Colo. "I hiked 5 miles this morning and I got home by noon," says