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Bill Passed in the Utah Legislature Ends Statewide Mask Mandate April 10th

March 8, 2021

HB294, a bill that passed the Utah Legislature in the final hours of the 2021 session, puts an end to certain emergency powers invoked during the pandemic. One of the provisions of the bill puts an end to the statewide mask mandate on April 10th.

Bill Passed in the Utah Legislature Ends Statewide Mask Mandate April 10th

March 8, 2021

HB294, a bill that passed the Utah Legislature in the final hours of the 2021 session, puts an end to certain emergency powers invoked during the pandemic. One of the provisions of the bill puts an end to the statewide mask mandate on April 10th.

DCCS Members Targeted for Lawfully Applying for PPP Loans

February 23, 2021

On Friday February 19, Nate Carlisle, a reporter for Utah’s Fox 13 News, sent a text to a number of individuals stating he had “found about $6 million in pandemic bailout funds that went to Order” [DCCS] businesses.

Joe Biden is Sworn in as the 46th President of the United States

January 20, 2021

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th President of the United States just before noon on January 20th. The inaugural ceremony was guarded by a heavy security presence on the National mall with very few attendants due to the pandemic and the increased threat level since the Capital breech on January 6th

A Call to Peace in the Midst of Contention

January 17, 2021

We are not Democrats or Republicans, but Americans; brothers and sisters of this One American Nation under God. Let us all remember to be our brother's keeper and watch out for our neighbor whether we disagree with them or not.

Understanding Governor Herbert's Statewide Mask Mandate and Social Gathering Limits

November 10, 2020

Governor Herbert issued concurrent executive and public health orders while declaring a new state of emergency. The orders took effect Monday November 9th at 1pm, and extend to Monday November 23rd.

DCCS high school graduation rates hit record highs in 2020

June 6, 2020

In 2020, on-time graduation rates for Co-op members hit 95.8%. A record high that surpasses not only Utah’s 87.4%, but every other state in the nation.

Coronavirus Updates: Most of Utah moves to "Low Risk" or Yellow category on Saturday; LDCC to resume limited in-person services

May 16, 2020

The announcement moves most of the State from Moderate Risk (Orange) to Low Risk (Yellow) starting this Saturday, May 16th. The move further opens up local businesses and allows groups of up to 50 people to gather in social interactions.

Coronavirus Updates:  Utah churches can resume services with restrictions; LDCC not ready to open, will continue online only

May 7, 2020

The Utah Department of Health has updated it's guidelines for church gatherings as part of gradual easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Maj. Gen. Jeff Burton states, "However, the one nonnegotiable stipulation is the 6-foot social distancing required by the CDC".

Coronavirus Updates: Governor Herbert to ease some COVID-19 restrictions starting May 1st

April 28, 2020

The Governor announced that the state would move from High Risk (Red) to Moderate Risk (Orange) starting this Friday, May 1st. The move allows for a less-restrictive but still limited level of operation for some businesses.

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