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Utah's technology company Galileo completes $ 77 million financing round

SALT CITY – Nearly 20 years ago, Clay Wilkes was the proud father of ten adult children who retired comfortably. He had patented a lucrative technology, launched his company, and then retired from private life. But six years after his retirement, he had an idea. And soon afterwards Galileo was born. The Salt Lake-based technology company was founded in 2000 …

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Utah's popular climbing site vibrates in the rhythm of earth, wind and waves

Enlarge / The Castleton Tower in Moab National Park, Utah is a popular climbing destination. Public Domain [19659004] Scientists at the University of Utah have conducted the first detailed seismic measurements of a columnar sandstone formation in Moab National Park, known as the Castleton Tower. The structure vibrates at two key resonant frequencies, according to a new publication in the …

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3 people were injured after a large piece of rock had broken off a mountain and fallen into Utah's Zion National Park

The parking service reported that the rockfall had occurred shortly before 18:00 in the vicinity of the stop of the shuttle in weeping, where three people were injured and several others stranded. The rock collapsed at Cable Mountain, about an hour east of St. George in the southwestern corner of the state, plummeting about 3,000 feet and a cloud of …

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Romney, McAdams criticizes Trump for his racist utterances; Silence from Utah's other members

Washington • Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said Monday that President Donald Trump's racist attacks on four Democratic minority members of Congress are "destructive" and "demeaning" and do not have the unifying rhetoric that appropriate to the nation is supreme office. Rep. Ben McAdams, D-Utah, said Trump's tweet was "insulting and dignified". Other members of the delegation from Utah? Silence. "In …

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Utah's offense ignites in the second half of the 125-111 victory and the full-length jazz weekend of the Timberwolves

A missed technical free throw is a pretty unlikely candidate for the game's most important game. And yet, Donovan Mitchell has said he can turn the switch and turn a weak offensive power into a dominant achievement. This culminated in jazz in a second half of 72 points, allowing them to defeat Minnesota for the second consecutive game, 125-111. After …

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Dust makes Utah's snowpack melt faster, says the new U. study

SALT LAKE CITY – McKenzie Skiles enjoyed skiing ahead of a career that studied snow. Even then she was curious about variables that influenced how and when it melted. Now she hopes her research on dust and snow will pave the way for better forecasting the snowpack and ski season in Utah. Skiles, an assistant professor at the Geographic Department …

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Utah's teenager gets five years of life because she helps a friend hang up

In May 2017, 16-year-old Jchandra Brown hanged herself at a campsite in Payson, Utah while her friend Tyerell Przybycien recorded it on his cell phone. Her body was discovered the next day. The prosecutors said Przybycien had bought the rope and tied the noose Brown had placed around his neck, and he bought the compressed air she had used to …

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