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News Clips | December 17, 2021

2020 brought 30% less in Utah tourism dollars, but 2021 is looking up

Visitor spending in Utah decreased nearly 30% in 2020 according to the annual travel and tourism report created by the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute (the Institute) at the University of Utah.

Despite labor pinch, Utah’s economy expands even as joblessness falls to record low

Unemployment rate drops to 2.1%—half the national mark of 4.2%.

Oh yeah, that was this year: A timeline of the year 2021 in Utah

From the Capitol insurrection to the arrival of the omicron variant—here is the year’s news through Utah’s lens.

Utah schools have a new tool for addressing mental health in kids

A new statewide project aims to address mental health needs and well-being of students in Utah Schools.

Never giving up on dreams: 85-year-old Holocaust refugee applies to medical school

A unique student has applied for admission to the University of Utah medical school.

U.S. Workers Give Employers A Failing Grade For Providing Mental Health Support

The cause of an internal crisis at an organization can be as fundamental as a difference of expectations, opinions and priorities.

Who Were the Ancestors of the Neanderthals?

It's complicated. But researchers are gaining some clarity in the vast web of early-human species that preceded modern humans.

What too much artificial light steals from our night skies

The light on your porch or the streetlights in your neighborhood probably don’t come to mind when you think about pollution

We asked scientists what the omicron variant is going to do to the United States

The omicron variant is rapidly replacing the delta variant as the most virulent strain of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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