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2 lawmakers urge Utah to allow curbside, home delivery of beer during coronavirus

2 lawmakers urge Utah to allow curbside, home delivery of beer during coronavirus

Utah shoppers can have everything from milk and carrots to laundry soap and toilet paper delivered to their homes or available for curbside pickup at grocery stores. The only . That rule, argue Sen. Derek Kitchen and Rep. Joel Briscoe, needs to change during the coronavirus pandemic. The two Salt Lake City Democrats sent a letter recently to Gov. Gary Herbert urging him to suspend the state law temporarily and “allow customers to purchase alcoholic beverages that are available at grocery stores, through curbside pickup and home delivery.” It’s one more way to protect those trying to stay...

July 6, 2020
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Some Utah liquor store employees, worried about safety, wonder why alcohol sales are deemed ‘essential’

Some Utah liquor store employees, worried about safety, wonder why alcohol sales are deemed ‘essential’

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing readers free access to critical local stories about the coronavirus during this time of heightened concern. See more coverage . To support journalism like this, please consider or become a . It’s contrary to what many people expect from a conservative state like Utah, but right now and are closed and are open. Customers are grateful — and a little surprised — that state officials, who often support strict alcohol laws in the name of public health, have deemed the stores an “essential service” and have not shut them down as cities and...

April 8, 2020
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West Jordan police ask for help finding suspect in killing of a husband and wife. Suspect’s wife arrested for disposing of evidence.

West Jordan police ask for help finding suspect in killing of a husband and wife. Suspect’s wife arrested for disposing of evidence.

View Caption West Jordan • Police have named a suspect in who were shot at their home by an intruder. Police are looking for Albert Enoch Johnson, 31. He is 5-foot-10 and about 270 pounds. He was an acquaintance of Tony and Katherine Butterfield, who were killed early Saturday in what police have described as a home invasion. Katherine Butterfield died inside her home, while Tony was found dead in the yard. They died of gunshot wounds, and police have not recovered the gun. In preparation for our news release we are releasing a photo and name of the suspect on the Butterfield homicide case....

April 20, 2020
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