Robert Trishman
Robert Trishman works in the VisEd department of the Deseret News. He also reports on high school football games. He has previously worked as city editor for The Sentinel in Lewistown, Pa., and as a reporter with The Press and Journal in Middletown, Pa. Robert also worked as a copywriter for Overstock.com. Robert was born and raised in Hazleton, Pa., and is a 2003 graduate of Penn State University with a bachelor's degree in communications. In the summer of 2007, he stuffed as many belongings as he could fit into his car and moved to Salt Lake City where he resides with his wife, Cindy Lou, and their son, Myles.

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The Salt Lake City School District has unveiled new websites, logos and mascots for its three comprehensive high schools: East, Highland and West.
A case of mistaken identity has prompted city administrators to recommend changes in its arrest warrant policy.
It's debatable whether the NCAA was too harsh — or not harsh enough — on Penn State's football program.
It's debatable whether the NCAA was too harsh — or not harsh enough — on Penn State's football program.
Workers installed a City Creek mural on the Key Bank building
Costa Vida is donating food to the Rescue Mission of Salt Lake
Girl Scouts were honored for the organization's 100th anniversary at the Legislature
Trinity AME Church on Tuesday held a press conference on the 252nd birthday of Bishop Richard Allen. Bishop Allen, who was born a slave and then obtained freedom, started the AME Church.
The site of the 2002 Winter Olympics hosted a guest on the Games' 10th anniversary Friday. A Union Pacific locomotive engine commemorating the Games paid a visit to Salt Lake City.
I-15 in Utah has been rededicated as Veterans Memorial Highway