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Orem Woman Honored for Service at Shelter for Abused Women

SALT LAKE CITY — Over the course of nearly three decades of volunteer service, Norma Paramore has done everything from delivering mail and answering phone to comforting rape victims and helping women escape abusive relationships.

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Success for Utah Tribes Focus of Governor’s Native American Summit

OREM, Utah — American Indian leaders, state officials, business owners, and educators will gather for the 12th Annual Governor’s Native American Summit on July 20 with an emphasis on continued growth for the eight sovereign tribes in Utah and improved relations between tribal leaders and state officials.

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New Grants Available For World War I Commemorative Events, Displays

SALT LAKE CITY — Funding for World War I–related research, commemorative events, and the cleaning and restoration of WWI memorials are now available.

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Free Concerts in Liberty Park Celebrate Utah’s Diverse Talent

SALT LAKE CITY — On Mondays throughout the summer, the Chase Home Museum in Liberty Park will showcase music and dance groups that highlight the vibrant diversity of Utah.

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Union and Confederate veterans reminiscing together at a 1913 reunion held in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Utah State Historical Society Hosts Free Lectures

SALT LAKE CITY — As part of the 1897 Golden Jubilee, Governor Heber M. Wells issued a call to create the Utah State Historical Society that resulted in an augural meeting attended by 27 people. To celebrate that 120th anniversary, the Historical Society is hosting four free brown bags in July:

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