Fresh off the Truck: Bento Truck’s Delicious Success – Even on a cold day in early February (a 25-degree sort of day to be exact), Bento Truck has the longest line of any truck serving at the University of Utah’s library plaza. No matter what the weather, this successful truck has a line of at […]

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The Green Side of Success – From a compost project in Idaho to Best of State and a world record in corn production in Virginia and Georgia, Cal VanDyke has truly mastered the green side of success with his business, Black Dirt Organics. Five years ago, Cal did work on a project in Idaho that […]

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Jumping Off Cliffs and Into Business – Julian Carr loves doing flips off of 200-foot cliffs before he lands in deep snow and skis the mountain. He is also fascinated by the concept of discrete principles – a term used to denote something “separate and not connected to anything, individually distinct.” Knowing that his body […]

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Beginning in March Heart of Our Community is shifting our focus slightly to focus on the non-profit organizations that make our community great. We will still be sharing weekly heart-warming stories of individuals served by these incredible organizations, but will also include some extended information about the organization itself and provide details about how you […]

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Even kids with cancer need a place to be kids! Despite the ravages of cancer, kids at Camp Hobé, play field games, ride the zip line, and sing camp songs each night by the campfire. Every camper there is either fighting their own cancer, helping their sibling to fight cancer, or has had a sibling […]

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