News Clips | July 13, 2021

Patients share journey to recovery at University of Utah rehabilitation hospital

The University of Utah rehabilitation hospital treats patients who have suffered multiple traumatic injuries. A year after it opened, some patients are sharing their journey to recovery.

University of Utah trades rented intern apartments for owned space with $13M D.C. buy

This university purchased historic property near Dupont Circle.

Can the $300 million ‘troubled teen’ therapy sector be reformed by legislation and public pressure?

Laws can increase oversight and accountability. But do they really get to the root of the problem?

Zephyr Energy Begins Drilling First Well on Utah Site

Zephyr Energy PLC said Tuesday that it has begun drilling the State 16-2LN-CC appraisal well at its flagship project in the Paradox Basin, Utah.

Poll: Utahns widely concerned about inflation now, and into the future

Mixed signals about U.S. inflation concerns continue to emanate from federal policymakers, but Utahns are decidedly united when it comes to how they’re feeling about rising costs amid the ongoing economic recovery.

Should Utahns be wearing masks to combat poor air quality?

Take a step outside. Then, take another step back inside. You might notice that the air quality in the state is noticeably poor, this week in particular due to an abundance of smoke blowing in from wildfires burning in California, Oregon, and Idaho.