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Building a home in a dome

An ingenious method for the construction of all-weather domes allows Lon and DeAnna Kennard and Hope Village Ethiopia to provide reasonably priced housing for orphans and runaways. Original Article

Ogden razes houses for Riverfront Project

Ogden » Growing impatient with the California developer of the proposed Ogden Riverfront Project, the municipality began demolishing eight rundown houses this week along Grant Avenue. Original Article

Financial pressures may have driven exec to suicide

The pressures were already immense when David Kellermann was promoted to the top financial position at the mortgage giant Freddie Mac last September. Then they got even worse. Original Article

Mall malaise: Economic slump stalls Cottonwood, Sugarhouse, Provo projects

Holladay » The 57-acre swath of dirt in the heart of Holladay once was a beacon of prosperity: Cottonwood Mall, one of the West's first shopping malls, debuted in 1962. Original Article

Neighbors bristle over power substation upgrade

Plans for a supersized power substation just below the University of Utah were first revealed publicly Sept. 11. After seven months of grousing from neighbors, and some "greening" of the project, it was approved on Earth Day. Original Article

Ratings cuts signal more Zions losses

Zions Bancorp's fall from financial grace as one of the nation's leading regional bank holding companies appeared to accelerate this week with two of the nation's rating services downgrading the company's credit and debt -- one to "junk" status. Original Article

High-priced real estate

The remaking of downtown Salt Lake City, the downtown rising project, held out hope of a promised land of vibrant, exciting and diverse urban living, an opportunity for a new city lifestyle and landscape. Original Article

Development marches on at Daybreak

You might expect it to be a lot more quiet at the Daybreak community in South Jordan these days amid an economic downturn that has hit Utah's home building industry hard. Original Article

Fewer Americans are on the move

Washington » The number of Americans who moved declined sharply last year, reaching the lowest percentage in 60 years as people grappled with fewer jobs and tighter credit. Original Article

Utah Business

NAI Utah has formed the brokerage NAI Mountain West Retail Property Services, which will work from NAI Utah's downtown Salt Lake City office at 343 E. Original Article