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Real Salt Lake midfielder, Damir Kreilach (8), in the game vs. the Houston Dynamo at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah on June 26, 2021. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Real Disappoints Against Dynamo

By Brian Preece, Sports Writer June 27, 2021

  For the third time in eight days, RSL (3-2-3) took the pitch against a Western Conference opponent. This time, the Houston Dynamo (3-3-4) rolled into Rio Tinto Stadium to take on Real for the...

Real Salt Lake midfielder Damir Kreilach (8) after scoring vs. Minnesota United FC at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah on May 29, 2021. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Real Salt Lake Draws With Minnesota United FC Despite Early Goal

By Cole Bagley, Sports Editor May 29, 2021

  On Saturday evening, Real Salt Lake welcomed Minnesota United to Rio Tinto for their sixth match of the 2021 season. Despite an early lead, scoring in just the 13th minute, Real would concede...

The Top 10 Sports Moments in the State of Utah

The Top 10 Sports Moments in the State of Utah

October 8, 2014

In honor of the Sports Issue, the sports desk at The Daily Utah Chronicle decided to sit down and rank the ten greatest sporting moments in the state of Utah. Here is what we came up with:   10....

Grad outlines Islamic financial practices

By By , Staff Writer November 23, 2009

By Chris Mumford, Staff WriterEver since the financial crisis of 2008, pundits and lawmakers have considered an array of regulations and punitive measures to remedy the system's problems, but real solutions...

Health care article ignorant

September 22, 2009

Editor:In response to Whitney Fitts' "well thought-out" article regarding the health care debate ("Health care debate plagued by skewed words," Sep. 21), I just have one question8212;what was the point?...

Glory of 2004 was as good as it can get

By By Tony Pizza, Sports Editor April 15, 2009

By Tony Pizza, Sports EditorThis is as hard a thing to debate as anything. It makes me realize how a lawyer could argue both sides of a case.On one hand is 2004, which stands in history as a pinnacle in...

Double major, double value

By By Jonathan Deesing April 15, 2009

By Jonathan DeesingI didn't talk to a single school counselor until the beginning of my third year at the U. I had my DARS report online and I figured I knew what I was doing. Oh, how wrong I was.When...

Financial class should be required

By By Jeffrey Jenkins April 15, 2009

By Jeffrey JenkinsLooking at my DARS report recently, I found that I still had international, applied science and physical/life science exploration requirements to complete to receive my bachelor's degree....

Gang database worth downside

By By Aaron Zundel March 23, 2009

By Aaron ZundelThe state of Utah has been talking about it for years: A statewide gang database to help law enforcement better track and control gang activity. But last week, the Utah Commission on Criminal...

Utah deals with small ball to pick up win

By By Paige Fieldsted, Staff Writer February 26, 2009

By Paige Fieldsted, Staff WriterUtah has a 7-foot-2 giant and UNLV countered with a guard quartet that nearly handed Utah its first loss in eight games.Although the Utes aren't accustomed to dealing with...