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  Salt Lake City, Utah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The city's population, as of the 2000 Census, was 181,743.
Salt Lake City occupies roughly the northern quarter of the valley.
This amounts to 8.1% of Utah's population, 20.2% of Salt Lake County's population, and 13.6% of the Salt Lake metropolitan population.
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 Salt Lake City - MSN Encarta
Salt Lake City is the international headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon Church.
The population of Salt Lake City was 181,743 in 2000, an increase from the 1990 population of 159,936.
In 2004, the city’s population was estimated at 178,605.
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 Salt Lake City Hotels : Utah Travel & Tourism : Downtown Salt Lake City Hotels
This enchanting Salt Lake City B&B is also just a short stroll to some of the area's prime destinations, such as City Center, Temple Square and the excitement of downtown Salt Lake City.
This Salt Lake City luxury hotel has received countless awards for almost every aspect and has received the title of one of the top 700 hotels in the world.
Whether visiting Salt Lake City alone or with the family, guests will find this perfect downtown location puts them close to some of Utah's most fascinating destinations, such as the Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Children's Museum of Utah.
www.saltlakecity.com /hotels   (1740 words)

 Wonderful Salt Lake - Salt Lake Convention & Visitors Bureau
Salt Lake combines the amenities of a major metropolitan area with the friendliness of a small, western city.
Salt Lake is nestled in a valley at the foot of two mountain ranges—the Wasatch to the east and the Oquirrhs to the west.
The city is a thriving cultural center—home to one of the nation's finest regional symphony orchestras, world-class opera, dance, and theater companies, an illustrious choir, and myriad art galleries.
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 Salt Lake City History | Utah.com
Salt Lake City was founded on July 24, 1847, by a group of Mormon pioneers.
Within a few days plans were drawn for Great Salt Lake City, named after the salty inland lake which dominated the desert to the west.
Utah was thus connected to the East and West.
www.utah.com /cities/slc_history.htm   (1154 words)

 Salt Lake City | Utah.com
Salt Lake City is Utah's capital city and serves as gateway to the state's renowned ski resorts, scenic national parks and recreational areas.
Salt Lake hosted the 2002 Olympic Winter Games; athletes and enthusiasts continue to flock here to enjoy world-class facilities and the "greatest snow on earth." Centrally located between Grand Circle National Parks to the south and Yellowstone/Grand Tetons to the north, Salt Lake makes a great base camp for outdoor recreation.
Salt Lake has been ranked as one of the nation’s best environments for business, and is a major hub for technology-based corporations.
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 Salt Lake City
Salt Lake City, Utah - Capital city of the state of Utah.
Salt Lake City, ranked as one of the best environments for business, has a robust central business district that includes the Salt Palace Convention Center, the Delta Center, Gallivan Plaza, Hansen Planetarium, and the Romanesque-styled Salt Lake City and County Building.
Antelope Island, the largest island in the lake, is accessible by traveling north of Salt Lake City on I-15 to Exit 335 and west on state Route 106/127 over the causeway to Antelope Island State Park.
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 Salt Lake City, Utah Travel & Vacation Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Salt Lake City is the cultural and political center of Utah.
With a metro area of 1 million residents, Salt Lake is Utah's most populous city by a significant amount, yet remains remarkably pleasant and livable.
Salt Lake City is located in north central Utah along I-15 and I-80.
www.go-utah.com /salt_lake_city   (201 words)

 EO Newsroom: New Images - Salt Lake City, Utah   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Utah is in its fifth year of drought.
The Great Salt Lake Wetland Ecosystem is recognized as being of hemispheric importance by the Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network and has been nominated for inclusion on the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands’ list of Wetlands of International Significance.
Images of cities taken from the International Space Station are one of the science themes for the Crew Earth Observations Project.
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 Salt Lake City, Utah (Cities)
Salt Lake City, the State Capital, is located in Salt Lake County and is the county seat.
Salt Lake City is the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as the Mormons.
Salt Lake City is part of the Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah metro area.
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 Salt Lake City Utah Real Estate
Salt Lake City, Utah is the largest city in Utah with Interstate 15 and Interstate 80 crossing at it's center.
Settled in 1847 by pioneers seeking an escape from persecution, the city is the world-wide center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, also known as the Mormons.
Salt Lake City's Temple Square is the center of the Mormon universe, where the first Mormon Temple, the Tabernacle (home of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir) and the nearby Family History Library, Museum of History and Art and Beehive House are living symbols of the industriousness and commitment of the original pioneers.
www.relocate-america.com /states/UT/cities/salt_lake_city.htm   (540 words)

 MLSnet.com - News - 07/14/2004
Salt Lake City on Wednesday became the home of Major League Soccer's 12th team, joining the "Chivas USA" organization in beginning play in the spring of 2005.
They also mentioned the rising Hispanic population in the Salt Lake City area and the large number of Utah residents who spend time abroad and developed a love for soccer in the process.
One city that is considered a favorite is Seattle, which according to Garber just barely missed out on having a team in MLS in 2005.
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 Salt Lake City Real Estate - Salt Lake City Homes For Sale
If you are looking to purchase a new home then my New Homes for Sale page details the different developments currently being built in and around the Salt Lake Valley.
We have also provided a dedicated page for the Daybreak Utah New Homes Development located in South Jordan.
Are you moving to Salt Lake and want to know what there is to do in and around the Salt Lake area then checkout the Useful Salt Lake Information page.
www.bestsaltlakehomes.com   (792 words)

 Salt Lake City News - Topix
Local news for Salt Lake City, UT continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.
Defrocked Catholic priest James F. Rapp - who was accused by two Salt Lake County brothers of sexually abusing them more than 30 years ago - will remain incarcerated for the molestation of an Oklahoma boy, that...
An autopsy shows that a man who was killed by police in the chaos that followed Hurricane Katrina was shot from behind, a lawyer for the man's family said yesterday.
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 Utah State Symbols Capital Constitution Flags Maps Song
Utah Homes for Sale - Free List - Free Salt Lake Area database and free lists of Utah homes for sale with addresses.
In the center of the seal is a beehive, the state emblem, with a sego lily growing on either side.
The date 1847 represents the year that Brigham Young led a group of people to the Salt Lake Valley to reestablish in Utah, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints, also know as The Mormons.
www.50states.com /utah.htm   (323 words)

 Insiders' Guide® to Salt Lake City, 2nd Edition
We’re talking about Salt Lake City, a booming metropolis nestled between the undulating curves of the Wasatch Mountains and the arid grandeur of the Great Salt Lake Desert.
As you certainly know, Salt Lake City hosted the world for the 2002 winter Olympics: streamlining the transportation system, gussying up sports facilities and building accommodations for a wave of international guests.
Other than that, this city, famous for a strong economy and down-to-earth residents, is ready for the world.
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 Urban heat in Salt Lake City   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The image spans Salt Lake City from about 300 West Street on the western (left) edge of the image to the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains on the eastern (right) edge.
Scattered around the city on three rooftops were instruments which measured the visibility or transmissivity of the atmosphere to aid in the calibration of the visible data.
Luvall said there is the tendency for engineers to ditch and concrete these areas in the city, which effectively removes the cooling streamside vegetation.
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 Salt Lake City
You then will be able to view activities in Salt Lake City, Utah by category which include horseback riding, ATV tours, air tours, biking, entertainment, fishing, golf, guided tours, hunting, museums, paintball, ranch activities, rappelling, river running, shopping, snowmobiling and skiing.
You will be able to send a postcard of Salt Lake City, Utah to your friends and family.
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 Salt Lake City, Utah - Wikimedia Commons
en: Salt Lake City is a city in Utah in the USA.
Salt Lake City's northern skyline pictured in 2004.
Salt Lake City at dusk from Memory Grove to the northeast
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 Salt Lake City - Salt Lake City Utah Guide
Salt Lake City reflects a combination of history, culture, attractions and recreation.
Salt Lake City boasts seven ski resorts within an hour's drive of the international airports, Alta, Brighton, The Canyons, Deer Valley, Park City, Snowbird, and Solitude.
Salt Lake City also has the honor of hosting the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
www.utahtravelcenter.com /cities/saltlakecity   (110 words)

 Salt Lake City Daily News :: Salt Lake City Local News
Presenting the prominent news stories from local newspapers and news broadcasts from Salt Lake City area radio and television stations.
[ The Daily Utah Chronicle - 3/29/07] Issue date: 3/30/07 Section: News Raymond Lindsey-Goldsborough A 19-year-old man from Maryland was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail after allegedly assaulting a 17-year-old female in the Residence Halls...
[ Salt Lake Tribune - 3/29/07] Melanie Zamora, left, housing director for The Road Home, and Sherrie Rico, public and nonprofit housing director for the Housing Authority, walk through a house in Holladay that is going to be remodeled for...
www.saltlakecity.com /news   (397 words)

 Salt Lake City, Utah—Road House   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He came to take Mamie, but as she and Josephine were over to the lake with Morris and Eli, he very kindly asked me to go.
(so and so) complained of conduct while coming from the lake the evening before, also of the color of her bathing suit, it being red.
The lake was very calm and was soon dotted with human heads for a short space.
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 Salt Lake Tribune - Activists manifest daily toll of AIDS
Salt Lake Tribune - Activists manifest daily toll of AIDS
All material found on Utah Online is copyrighted The Salt Lake Tribune and associated news services.
No material may be reproduced or reused without explicit permission from The Salt Lake Tribune.
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 Salt Lake City: Homes spend less time on the market - USATODAY.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Even though the number of single-family homes sold in Salt Lake City fell last month, the average home on the market in July to September was snapped up in just 27 days — down from 42 days in the third quarter of last year.
The Salt Lake area, which has enjoyed strong job growth, boasts an unemployment rate of only about 3%, compared with 4.4% nationally.
Last month, for example, Amer Sports, a sports-equipment maker, said it would put the headquarters for its Winter and Outdoor Americas unit in Ogden, about 35 miles north of Salt Lake City.
www.usatoday.com /money/economy/housing/2006-11-07-close-salt-lake_x.htm   (349 words)

 The Best American Towns | Outside Online   (Site not responding. Last check: )
When the mayor of the largest city in Utah uses his annual State of the City address to evangelize about sustainability, greenhouse-gas reduction, and the downsides of Wal-Mart, you know something's brewing on the Wasatch Front.
The speech, delivered in January by Rocky Anderson, a Democrat elected in 1999, is but one indication that Salt Lake City—a near-perfect location for avid outdoor adventurers—is gradually wriggling itself into the environmental forefront.
In 2002, the city government independently latched on to the Kyoto Protocol goals, vowing to cut its emissions of greenhouse gases 21 percent by 2012.
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