Good morning hello! You’re back with your new edition of the Salt Lake City Daily. Here are the most important things to know about what’s happening locally.
First, today’s weather:
A few showers. High: 73 Low: 52.
Here are the top three floors of Salt Lake City today:
- For the first time, chronic wasting disease was detected in Salt Lake County deer. The disease was found by the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources near North Salt Lake and Bountiful by four deer. The disease affects the nervous system of deer, causing brain lesions. (Salt Lake Tribune)
- Salt Lake County pools have been able to open despite an ongoing shortage of lifeguards. The Salt Lake County Department of Parks and Recreation has raised wages from $9 an hour to $15.5 an hour in an effort to attract lifeguards — it is said to be working. Pools opened in Riverton and Magna Friday. (ABC4.com)
- Salt Lake City named a bridge in honor of Robert “Archie” Archuleta. The bridge between the North Temple and 200 South has been renamed in honor of Archuleta’s ongoing struggle for social justice. Along the bridge, photographic collages of Archuleta are displayed. The Archuleta Bridge was dedicated during a ceremony on Friday. (Salt Lake Tribune)
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- summer intense At Salt Lake School of Performing Arts (all day)
- Qigong and Tai Chi in the Garden with Sefu Toni Lock At The Red Butte Garden (9:30 a.m.)
- Summer Jam Party Series In Mill Creek (7:30 p.m.)
From my notebook:
Now you’re in the loop and ready to walk out the door on Monday. I’ll be in your inbox tomorrow with another update!
– Sean Beck
About me: Sean Beck is a writer and entrepreneur with a degree in English Literature from Weber State University. Over the years, he has worked as a copywriter, editor, SEO specialist and marketing director for several digital media companies. He is currently co-owning and operating the content creation agency Lightning Media Partners.