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  • Find your soulmate at the ‘Fall in Love’ adoption event

    The ‘Fall in Love’ adoption event was created to help pets find their forever homes and make room for transfers from overcrowded shelters. The one-day event will be held on Saturday, November 23 from 10am to 7pm at the Humane Society of Utah.  You can view all available pets on  Then, bring the family down to meet the pet in person and see if there’s a connection.  Deann Shepherd with the Humane Society of Utah says pets get adopted […]

  • Master Muffler announces their 4th Annual Christmas Car Giveaway!

    Brian Everill, Master Muffler Co-Owner, says each year they restore vehicles to top-notch working condition. The expert mechanics donate their time and effort to get the cars ready for a giveaway! If you know a family or individual in need who could use come community spirit this holiday, now is the time to nominate them. Go to: Recipients receive more than just a car. Presents, gas cards, and groceries are also filled inside of the vehicle. The family will […]

  • Are your boots made for walking

    You have probably noticed tons of ankle boots this year, but Personal Stylist & Image Consultant Dani Slaugh says that doesn’t mean that taller boots are a complete faux pas.  In fact, she says, whatever your lifestyle, active or glam, there’s a boot for you. Dani joined us with some boots that are meant for walking, and others that are meant for the catwalk. • Characteristics of boots are meant for walking: 1. Sneaker bottom 2. Waffle bottom 3. Generally […]

  • Holiday eating: give up the guilt!

    During the holidays, we eat some of the most delicious — but also some of the most nutritious foods of the year, says Trish Brimhall, RDN, CD, CLE. Loads of veggie side dishes, high-quality, lean protein from turkey, all sorts of vitamin A are in your pumpkin and sweet potatoes and even the desserts have fruit. From a nutritional standpoint Trish says, Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most nutrient-packed meals of the year.  and yet, the majority of Americans […]

  • Do you allow technology at the dinner table?

    There are countless opinions about technology and the role it is playing in people`s lives and their relationships. There`s even a new term for this, called technoference, which refers to technology interfering with people`s face-to-face interactions and relationships. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, new research findings suggest that nearly 9 out of 10 parents feel like it is a good idea to keep technology away from the table. Dr. Dave Schramm with USU Extension surveyed 631 parents across the […]

  • Rich’s Picks: Great news for music lovers!

    There’s great news for music lovers in this week’s Rich’s Picks. Trans-Siberian Orchestra is bringing their highly-anticipated Winter Tour 2019 back to Salt Lake City on Wednesday, November 20 at Vivint Smart Home Arena. Following that at “The Viv”: 11/21 – The Chainsmokers World War Joy Tour 12/6 – Brandi Carlile with Tanya Tucker 12/20 – The Piano Guys A Christmas Together Tour 12/27 – Cirque Musica Holiday Wishes JANUARY 2020 1/31/2020 – Miranda Lambert Wild Card Tour 2/23 – […]

  • We’ve found “The Fountain of You”

    Dr. Kristen Kells, From Dr. Kells Weight Loss says she’s found “The Fountain of You”, not only to lose weight but to look younger too! A few years ago Dr. Kells, DC, BSc, a Chiropractic Physician, says she weight 200 pounds, and with a small frame and only five foot one, she wanted to lose weight.  Dr. Kells did!  She lost 80 pounds and kept it off for 15 years.  That’s where her story begins for creating Dr. Kell’ Weight […]

  • A double amputee finishes the Ironman!

    Sidney Smith is a father of four, a husband, a double amputee and a tri-athlete! He lost both of his legs to a degenerative nerve disorder a few years ago after years of trying braces and even surgeries to help his condition.  He decided amputation was the best answer to help him move! And move he is.  Shortly after the amputations, he starting learning how to walk with his prosthetics.  Then, he started swimming again.  And, within a few months […]

  • Is snoring keeping you awake? This is a great time of year to start sleeping better

    Snoring is often a red flag for sleep apnea.  And, if it’s untreated, sleep anpea has been linked to depression, anxiety, memory loss, high blood pressure and more. A convenient home sleep study can help determine if snoring is causing low oxygen levels during sleep. If it’s determined you have it, you won’t necessarily need to wear a CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Machine) either. Oral appliances can often be used as an alternative to CPAP.  Oral appliances are similar […]

  • 4 Steps to Thanksgiving turkey perfection!

    Chef Jeff Jackson from Smith’s Food & Drug says if you follow these four steps, your turkey will be mouth-watering good for Thanksgiving dinner. 1. Use a digital thermometer. Place thermometer in the thickest part of the breast, not touching the bone, while roasting. Roast to 155 degrees. The turkey will reach 165 as it rests. More on that later. 2. Completely thaw the turkey before cooking for even cooking. The best way is in the fridge. This can take […]

  • Altabank may be the largest bank in Utah you haven’t heard of until now

    Until recently, Altabank did business under three different names: Bank of American Fork, Lewiston State Bank and People’s Town and Country Bank.  Between these, they have a history going back over 100 years. But, they found some customers weren’t comfortable bringing them their business because they thought they were too  small.  They’d hear phrases like “You’re just in American Fork”, or “You’re Just in Lewiston”. By renaming themselves Altabank and clarifying their mission “To Be The Best Bank for Your […]

  • We try chocolate made with ‘black, Icelandic lava salt’ and other unique ingredients

    If you’re into artisanal or specialty chocolate like the ones found at Caputo’s Gourmet Market & Deli, you might recognize the Icelandic “bean to bar” company called Omnom. The founder, Kjartan Gislason, came all the way from Iceland to Utah for Caputo’s Chocolate Fest (which is sold out or we’d tell you how to get tickets). He brought with him a smorgasbord  of his unique chocolate offerings, including a black bar made with lava salt from Iceland (the Black N’ […]

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