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UCAIR soliciting applications for 2014 grant cycle
The Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) opened the application period for the 2014 UCAIR Grants cycle. Applications will be accepted online until Oct. 1 at www.UCAIR.org. 
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Tour of Utah sets records for economic impact and spectators
he Tour of Utah cycling event held last month in the state set new records for attendance and for the number of dollars of direct economic impact generated.
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BC Technical buys Houston scanner firm
BC Technical, a leading non-OEM provider of medical imaging solutions based in West Jordan, has acquired Polaris Medical Imaging, a provider of sales, service and installation of MRI and CT scanners.
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Monson tabbed to head Salt Lake's Aviacode
Salt Lake City-based Aviacode has named Lane Monson its CEO. Monsen had previously held positions as the technology-enabled medical coding services company’s president and COO.
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Officials unveil campaign that touts SLC as 'Ski City' USA
Crossroads of the West. Home of the LDS Church. Site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Those names have often been associated with Salt Lake City, but a new one has emerged: Ski City USA.
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LHM CEO defends capitalist system
He’s been a general manager and now he’s a chief executive officer and member of several community boards. He’s also a man under attack.
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Grand America agrees to $1.95 M penalty in illegal worker case
alt Lake City’s Grand America Hotel has agreed to $1.95 million settlement over allegations that managers created employment agencies to rehire undocumented workers who were previously terminated a...
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Herbert wants to raise standards across the education spectrum
igher academic standards for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education has been a priority for Utah government the past few years, but Gov. Gary Herbert said last week that he want...
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TCU receives grant to fund help for healthcare enrollees
Take Care Utah (TCU) has, for the second year, received a federal grant to offer free help to Utah consumers enrolling for health insurance.
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Blaze cited for no ticket refunds
The Utah Blaze arena football team has cancelled its 2014 season, leading a state agency to cite the company after it sold season tickets and then failed to offer refunds. The Utah Division of Cons...
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Peak closes on fund aimed at Utah seed-stage startups
Utah-based Peak Ventures has announced it has closed on a $23 million venture capital fund aimed at seed-stage startups in Utah and the Mountain West.
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'One Wasatch' ski lift alignments revealed
Two of the three ski lift alignments in the proposed “One Wasatch” concept have been announced.
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