SALT LAKE CITY — Here are ten stories you may have missed over the weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
On Oct. 6, Holly Courtier, 38, had been dropped off by a private shuttle bus at the Grotto parking area. She was scheduled to be picked up by a shuttle bus later that day but never returned, officials said. Her intended travel plan was unknown, according to the National Park Service.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday that differences remained with President Donald Trump’s administration on a wide-ranging coronavirus relief package but that she was optimistic legislation could be pushed through before Election Day.
The University of Utah late Saturday warned its campus community of a sexual assault that was reported earlier that day.
Rep. Chris Stewart has reintroduced legislation to create a sixth national park in a piece of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
Some 200 protesters joined a Women’s March in downtown Salt Lake City on Saturday to voice their opposition of President Donald Trump and encourage other women to vote.
Dax Milne receives the ball from quarterback Zach Wilson. BYU played Houston at TDECU Stadium in Houston, Texas on Oct. 16, 2020. (Photo: Jaren Wilkey, BYU Photo)
Dax Milne caught nine passes for 184 yards and three touchdowns, the third time in four games the junior wide receiver has eclipsed the 100-yard receiving mark.
None were bigger, perhaps, than his final touch.
The Utah High School Activities Association released its final RPI ratings Saturday, and with them came the unveiling of the 2020 football state tournament brackets.
The Cougars inched up two spots to a tie for No. 11 in the latest edition of the USA Today Coaches’ Poll, and climbed two more spots to No. 12 in the latest Associated Press Top 25.
Utah finishes the year winless since a 1-0 victory over New Jersey-based Sky Blue FC on July 4, their only win in five matches of the mid-summer closed bubble tournament.
On October 21, at the Utah 4A state championships, head girl’s cross country coach Bob Corry of Cedar High School will retire, leaving a powerful and positive voice ringing in the minds of the thousands of girls he has coached over the years.