In times like these, Utahns work together to help each other. Local businesses need that help now more than ever, and we can help. We can order food to go, purchase gift cards or other items off their websites. We’ve seen these businesses take extraordinary measures to keep Utahns safe. Now, let’s do what we can to help them through this difficult time.
Father Stephen Tilley of St. John the Baptist Parish heard his parishioners not from inside the church, but from inside his own Jeep on Sunday.
A group of Moab women is taking social distancing a step further and stitching together emergency face masks and gowns for those on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
#Solidarityat8 asks people to go on their balconies or open their windows and doors at 8 p.m. Sunday and cheer, clap or just make some noise to honor the people who continue to work in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other medical facilities.
One family bakery is doing what it can to help its employees and fellow Utahns during the coronavirus outbreak by giving away bread - with a catch.
Despite so much uncertainty and with lives indefinitely upended, people and communities are still coming together to support one another. Here are some of the ways people are lending a hand through individual acts and large-scale efforts.
A Utah woman decided to take matters into her own hands and help local healthcare workers by producing homemade masks as the nation faces a shortage of them amid the spread of COVID-19.
One Utah family is joining in on a national movement to help spread some much-needed cheer during the coronavirus pandemic.
Many grocery stores across the state are making changes due to coronavirus concerns including limiting the amount of items people can buy, cutting back business hours, and offering separate hours specifically for elderly customers.
In times like these, Utahns work together to help each other. Local businesses need that help now more than ever, and we can help. We can order food to go, purchase gift cards or other items off their websites. We’ve seen these businesses take extraordinary measures to keep Utahns safe. Now, let’s do what we […]
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