We’ve reached that time when we all begin to reflect on the year that’s about to end and how we’ll remember it.
Each individual has a take on how 2013 will be remembered in some personal way. Those of us who work at The Salt Lake Tribune, understanding we produce a first, rough-draft of history, have spent time reflecting on what 2013 wrought in terms of the economy, the environment, civil rights, education, politics, research, religion, culture, sports — and virtually every other topic Utahns care about.
Already, we’ve begun to publish some of these observations, including:
Watch for more in the coming days.
Friday, for example, we’ll publish The Tribune’s photos of the year in our weekly "Look Back" feature at sltrib.com and in the print edition. On Saturday, you’ll see our editors’ picks for Utah’s top stories, a list editor Terry Orme and others will preview Friday at 9 a.m. on "Behind the Headlines," a weekly radio program The Tribune’s Jennifer Napier-Pearce produces and hosts on KCPW 88.3/105.3 FM. That look also will remember prominent Utahns who died in 2013.
The Tribune’s Saturday Faith section will feature a story on the top faith stories of 2013, while the Sunday Mix will feature a look at the year’s top Utah arts stories.
Despite our efforts at thorough reflection, we’ll miss something Utahns care about.
Did something make news this year that you think deserves more recognition than we’ve given it?
Let us know.
|1.||LDS leader, Obama meet to push for immigration reform|
|2.||Atheist leader: ‘Mormonism demonstrates the power of indoctrination’|
|3.||Questions linger in Megan Huntsman investigation|
|4.||Paul McCartney gets back to Utah — August 7 at EnergySolutions Arena|
|5.||Utah teacher on leave after asking kids to list genitalia slang|
|6.||Dash-cam video documents shooting death of Utah officer|
|7.||Old, new acts headline 29 Red Butte concerts|
|8.||Neon Trees’ Tyler Glenn proud to be gay and Mormon|
|9.||Letter: LDS Church trying to silence dissenting opinions|
|10.||Police find seven dead babies in Utah County home|