News Clips for June 13, 2019

Innovating for Upward Mobility

When Price City Mayor Mike Kourianos looks around his community, he doesn’t see signs of the financial prosperity that has made Utah a nationally recognized economic star over the past decade.

‘Walking The Trail, Walking Off The War’: Outdoor Therapy Helps Veterans Adjust To Civilian Life

A group of military veterans and their family members spent a recent sunny day performing maintenance and cleanup work at Boca Chita Key, part of Biscayne National Park outside of Miami, Florida.

Tracking Your Sleep? Beware Orthosomnia and Other Risks

Are you sabotaging your sleep in your quest to improve it?

Utah man collects wheelchairs and crutches to give to the needy

Mohan Sudabattula was 10 years old when his parents took him on a trip from their home in Utah to their family’s ancestral village in India in 2006.


MARY ANN VILLARREAL has been appointed inaugural vice president for equity, diversity and inclusion at the University of Utah, effective July 1. She is currently associate vice president of strategic initiatives at California State University, Fullerton. Villarreal earned a bachelor’s degree from Mount Holyoke College and a Ph.D. from Arizona State University.

New gene tests for germs quickly reveal source of infections

Brian Jetter was on life support, a healthy 40-year-old suddenly battling pneumonia and sepsis, and a slew of tests had failed to find the cause.