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12.30.2008

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Classrooms crank up energy-saving projects

In a changing world, future job opportunities may be in the energy conservation field, and

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12.30.2008

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Average statewide year-to-date snowpack 106% of normal

Utah’s water outlook is hopeful again following a flurry of heavy Christmas weekend storms that

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12.27.2008

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Cold, snow, wind made 1948-49 horrid

When you envision a "bad winter," you probably think of either deep snow or extra frigid

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12.27.2008

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Paiutes struggle for water rights

What most take for granted has been an ongoing dilemma for the local American Indians

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12.27.2008

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Monster storm moves on

Your back may get a break. After two days of digging out from the nastiest storms of

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12.25.2008

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Conservation begins at home

Homeowners in rural areas are paying thousands of dollars more for power than city dwellers, and

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12.23.2008

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November’s hotel occupancy rates drop sharply

Coming off two pretty good years, business was way off last month at Utah hotels. November’s

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12.22.2008

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Education board elects new leaders

The State Board of Education has elected a new chairwoman and vice chairwoman.

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12.22.2008

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Special avalanche warning extended with new storm

The Utah Avalanche Center is continuing its special avalanche advisory for the mountains of

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12.21.2008

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Red Cross provides utilities help for the elderly

As most of us prepare for a comfortable Christmas in a warm home there are people in

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12.19.2008

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Fire hits Beaver home

A Thursday morning fire caused extensive damage to a Beaver house as firefighters

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12.18.2008

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Fans will have to fight snow while traveling to Vegas Bowl

What starts in Vegas, may not stay in Vegas this weekend as snow and ice prepare to blanket all

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12.18.2008

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UMW: Suspect ‘Pelon’ at Large for Murder - Reward Offered

Medel Tenangueno, also known at "Pelon", is a prime suspect in the November 30 knifing murder

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12.17.2008

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AAA to offer tipsy tow on Christmas Eve

Even with the bad economy, AAA predicts that freeways will be busy over the holidays, packed

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12.17.2008

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Rose Canyon Ranch an open-space prize

The two families met at the University of Utah law library, became friends and bought 1,700

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12.17.2008

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Corrections officer subdues attacking inmate

A Salt Lake County jail inmate attacked an officer with his own police baton during a medical

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12.17.2008

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Storms take a breather in northern Utah

Monday and Tuesday’s unsettled weather looks sure to stick around for the next week.

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12.15.2008

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S. Utah feels budget pinch

With sales-tax revenue declining, Cedar City and St. George are both cutting budgets and moving

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12.15.2008

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Injuries just part of game

If championship buckles were handed out for true grit, Oakley saddle bronc rider Anthony

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12.14.2008

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Rodeo: Milford’s Wright stays same in win

After Cody Wright became a household name in saddle bronc riding by finishing third in the world

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12.13.2008

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Wright rides saddle bronc to world title

So much for drama. Milford’s Cody Wright took all the suspense out of the saddle bronc world

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12.12.2008

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Utah Red Cross needs donations

The Red Cross needs your help. Both the national organization and local chapter say they

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12.12.2008

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2 S. Utah residents win for best idea

Marlon Stones and Brent Hasty always had been interested in the science behind finding

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12.12.2008

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Milford’s Wright closing in on saddle bronc title

Milford’s Cody Wright could hit the jackpot this weekend. With a third-place finish in Round 8 of

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12.11.2008

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Toys for Tots needs more donations this holiday season

Times are tough for everyone including those organizations created to help those in need.

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12.11.2008

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Off-duty conduct of police is sticky issue

Despite a sweeping new series of guidelines, the level of discipline facing officers involved in

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12.10.2008

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U of U Moves to Southern Utah

The University of Utah is making it's presence felt in southern Utah. A new continued

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12.09.2008

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Idea for alternative fuel takes top spot at Best Business competition

An idea for alternative fuel using algae took first place in the annual Best Business Idea

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12.05.2008

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Tonozzi, Harrell make it 2-for-2 at NFR

Team ropers Garrett Tonozzi and Kinney Harrell won their second straight round in the Wrangler

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12.05.2008

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New focus on ATV safety

People don’t always heed safety precautions when it comes to things they do for pleasure,

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12.03.2008

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In Depth: Green power in Utah

Utah has more than 6,300 sites set aside for solar energy, and 51 set aside for wind power.

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12.02.2008

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New PSAs Target Online Sexual Predators

A new set of public service announcements against online sexual predators was launched by

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12.01.2008

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Class initiative

There’s a saying: "The youth are the future." In Milford’s case, youth there set a precedent for

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12.01.2008

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Radon Testing

Interested homeowners can e-mail Radon Environmental Studies at: RadonTestKits@...

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12.01.2008

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Boy Dies After ATV Accident in Beaver County

Police say a 6-year-old Beaver County boy has died following an all-terrain vehicle accident.

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11.28.2008

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Beaver aims to be ‘renewable capital of Utah’

A steady stream of semis hitched to oversized flatbed trailers are rolling through Beaver and

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11.26.2008

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Brian Head Resort Opens for the Season

The slopes opened at Brian head today. Hundreds of skiers and snow borders slid down

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11.19.2008

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SUU adds historic court records to archives

As a way to expand research opportunities at Southern Utah University, historical court

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11.19.2008

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MADD, Utah Highway Patrol push for holiday drunk-driving awareness

In the last hour, somebody was killed by a drunk driver. It happens, on average, every 40

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11.15.2008

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First Wind farm gets start

The beginning of what is hailed to become the largest wind corridor project in the country was

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11.14.2008

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New Milford hospital in order

The new Milford Valley Memorial Hospital won't open until July 2009, but even with the

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11.14.2008

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Work starts today on Milford wind project

Work is scheduled to begin today on a much-anticipated, $400 million wind-farm project in

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11.13.2008

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Chaffetz announces appointment of key staff positions

Congressman-elect Jason Chaffetz announced three key staff positions to his Utah and

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11.11.2008

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Honoring those who ‘gave their all’

Various ceremonies and memorials are set for today to honor all veterans and members of the

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11.09.2008

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Rural Hospitals Fear Loss of Federal Funding

Utah’s review of health care spending at hospitals with large numbers of Medicaid and

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11.08.2008

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North Salt Lake officer taken off life support

Officer Charles Skinner died Friday night at the age of 30. Skinner had undergone several

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11.07.2008

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Geothermal plant set to produce juice in December

If everything goes as planned, Utah’s Raser Technologies Inc. within the next four to six

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11.06.2008

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Geothermal Plant Opens

The financial crisis came first, but many believe the energy crisis may be next. A new power

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11.05.2008

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Beaver candidate disqualified

Jeannie Yardley had every intention of casting her vote for Max Limb as Beaver County

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11.04.2008

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2008 Election Information

Poll results will be available later today as information is sent in. Find your polling location.

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11.04.2008

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Remember to Vote Today

The polls are open in Utah from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. Polls in Nevada are open from 7 a.m. to 7

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10.31.2008

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Trial delayed in attack on Beaver deputies

A trial for a man accused of attacking two sheriff’s deputies has been delayed until at least

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10.30.2008

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Arm yourself against the flu

With Southern Utah poised on the edge of the next flu season, health experts are encouraging

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10.28.2008

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Remains of man found near Cedar City

Police say they have found remains that may be those of a California man who disappeared in

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10.25.2008

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Avoiding Telephone Scam Artists

Talk isn’t always cheap, People who don’t pay careful attention to the phone numbers they dial

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10.24.2008

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Truck-load of pigs tips over on I-15 in S. Utah

A semi hauling 150 pigs rolled Thursday morning, killing an undetermined number of pigs. It

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10.24.2008

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Police Officer Cleared in Farmington Shooting

The Utah Attorney General’s office says that the deputy who fired the fatal shot that killed Brian

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10.23.2008

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Geothermal push to open millions of Utah acres

The Interior Department plans to open more than 190 million federal acres - including 18

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10.23.2008

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Running down a dream

Most years teams from Southern Utah are among the best in the state in high school cross

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10.22.2008

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Picking the safest kids’ costumes for Halloween

By now, your kids must be on the Halloween countdown. The holiday is only 8 days away.

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10.22.2008

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Local News In Brief

During the month of October thousands of southern Utahans will take action to protect

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10.21.2008

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Lisle Ann Robinson Neilsen

Lisle Ann Robinson Neilsen, 65, passed away surrounded by her loving family October 19,

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10.21.2008

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Early voting begins today in Utah

Election Day may be Nov. 4, but if you already know who to vote for, why not save yourself

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10.21.2008

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BLM OKs Milford wind project

The Milford Wind Corridor, a planned wind–energy facility north of Milford in Beaver County,

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10.18.2008

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Utah Supreme Court strikes down law curbing land-use initiative campaigns

No matter the dispute - whether about pigs in Kanosh, a power plant near Sigurd or a posh

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10.16.2008

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Groups seek venison donations

Utah farmers and hunters are asking for venison donations to help feed poor and low-income

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10.12.2008

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Southern Utah gets Taste of Winter Weather

Weekend storms swept into parts of Utah Saturday, bringing a small hint of what’s to come

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10.10.2008

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Being Drunk Not A Crime In Utah

The Utah Supreme Court ruled Friday that someone can’t be charged with public

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10.06.2008

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Wind power: Milford leads the way

The Dutch were on to something when they built windmills to pump water out of the polders.

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10.03.2008

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Cyber expert details Internet-safety dangers

It took computer safety expert Linda Criddle only nine minutes to snag the phone number of a

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10.02.2008

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The hidden child dangers inside your car

If you have a child between the ages of two and fourteen at home, here’s something to think

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10.02.2008

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Sulphur Creek Wildland Fire Use Allowed to Burn Naturally

The Suphur Creek wildland fire is going to be allowed to burn naturally. It is the desire of the

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10.02.2008

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October is free spay/neuter month for pets

No More Homeless Pets in Utah has made the month of October a free spay/neuter month for

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09.30.2008

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Judge allows sex offender to keep his screen name from registry

A federal judge says Utah’s law requiring sex offenders to reveal their Internet screen names

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09.29.2008

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Residents ready to harness the breeze

A year from now, residents in Milford could see rows of white towers dotting the hills north of

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09.26.2008

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Utah fugitive arrested in Florida

A Utah fugitive featured on television crime show has been arrested in Florida after a viewer

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09.26.2008

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Meeting to cover Milford wind farm assessment

A meeting is scheduled today to accommodate public comment on the Bureau of Land

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09.25.2008

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Building dedicated to fallen corrections officer

It was a touching way for the state to honor a Utah Corrections Officer killed in the line of duty

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09.25.2008

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Utah mom faces kidnapping charge for taking baby

Midvale Police issued an endangered person advisory for a baby taken from Primary

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09.22.2008

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BLM takes comments on wind project

Two meetings have been scheduled this week to accommodate public comment on the Bureau of

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09.20.2008

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Utah Shakespearean Festival having a Food Drive

The Fall season has just started at the Utah Shakespearean Festival and organizers are

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09.20.2008

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America’s Most Wanted to feature local fugitive

America’s Most Wanted tonight will be spotlighting the story of 47-year-old Marc Clifton

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09.18.2008

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Ex-husband given at least 20 years for shooting death

Mark Elden Erickson will serve at least 20 years in Utah State Prison for killing a man dining with

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09.18.2008

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"Massacre at Mountain Meadows"

Today co-authors of a recently released book Massacre at Mountain Meadows visited the

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09.15.2008

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Take Advantage of BBB "Secure Your ID" Days!

Take Advantage of BBB "Secure Your ID" Days! Did you know that protecting your identity is

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09.15.2008

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Get involved with Neighborhood Watch, help your community

My effort today is directed mostly at the citizens of Milford - the little city with a big heart.

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09.12.2008

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911 Day recognizes dispatchers

Sept. 11 has always had significant meaning - even before the terror attacks of Sept. 11,

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09.11.2008

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Mountain goat shot and killed in Tushar Mountains

The state Division of Wildlife Resources is investigating the shooting of a mountain goat

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09.11.2008

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Reward offered to find out who started wildfire

Authorities are offering a $2,500 reward to find out who started a central Utah wildfire.

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09.11.2008

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Prepare for disasters, tragedies in So. Utah

Sept. 11 is a date that still causes unease in the hearts of many Americans. What are the

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09.10.2008

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Shurtleff reminds Utah of identity theft credit freezing law

Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is telling Utah residents they can now freeze their credit in 15

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09.10.2008

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Colorado escapee might have fled to Utah

A man escaped from the Mesa County Detention Facility in Colorado Tuesday morning, and

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09.08.2008

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Construction delayed at posh mountaintop resort

By now, a posh mountaintop resort was supposed to be bustling with activity. But so far,

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09.06.2008

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Monument to Utah’s fallen officers unveiled

Family members of Utah officers killed while on duty gathered Saturday morning to dedicate the

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09.05.2008

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Local News In Brief

The Bureau of Land Management, Cedar City and Fillmore Field Offices announce the

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09.04.2008

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Man injured in wreck

A 31-year-old Milford man was seriously injured Tuesday night after a car pulled in front of his

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09.02.2008

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Amber Alert Issued For Three Children Missing From West Valley

An amber alert has been issued for three young children missing from the West Valley City area.

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08.31.2008

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Parowan Boy Dies Crossing Swollen Creek On ATV

A swollen creek claimed the life of a young ATV rider in Parowan. The 11-year-old boy left his

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08.27.2008

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Utah Attorney General now posting arrest videos online

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff began posting downloadable videos of suspected

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08.27.2008

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University Joins Search For Life On Other Planets

University of Utah is stepping up the search for planets in other solar systems that might be

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08.27.2008

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Pot Bust Largest In Utah History

Officials are calling the discovery of approximately 80,000 marijuana plants in the

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08.26.2008

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Amber Alert tests scheduled for Tuesday

Utahns can expect amber alerts to pop up on their TV screens and interruption of radio

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08.25.2008

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Truck carrying pigs overturns on I-15

A livestock trailer traveling southbound on Interstate 15 tipped over and skidded into the

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08.23.2008

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City Council appoints new mayor

Bryan Sherwood is Milford’s new mayor. The City Council chose the 66-year-old retired railroad

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08.22.2008

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USF continues pay what you can event

Southern Utah Residents in Iron, Washington, Beaver, Kane and Garfield counties and Lincoln

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08.19.2008

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Milford relying on youth to turn things around

It has been three years since the Milford Tigers qualified for the 1A playoffs, and the 1A

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08.19.2008

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Beaver intent on avoiding another winless season

The 2007 football season was a long one for Beaver. Injuries and bad luck led to a winless

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08.14.2008

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Going batty: Positive test for rabies has town on alert

When Beaver County Sheriff Cameron Noel noticed two bats sitting at the entrance of the

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08.13.2008

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Bat with rabies found in Beaver County home

A bat captured recently in a Beaver County home tested positive for the rabies virus.

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08.13.2008

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Illegal wagering?

Sometimes, law enforcement officers have to make unpopular decisions while upholding the

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08.11.2008

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Fire Burning Near Zion National Park

Fire officials are closely watching a fire burning in the Kolob Canyon area of Zion National Park.

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08.10.2008

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Local News in Brief

The Beaver County Fair will be Aug. 14 through 16. It´s time to start planning for your

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08.09.2008

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No betting

A Beaver County man was placed on probation and fined this week for taking bets during horse

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08.04.2008

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Utah four-day work week begins

Thousands of state employees began a new four-day work schedule Monday, making Utah

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07.22.2008

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Officials warn of FBI e-mail scam

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is warning the public of an e-mail scam being

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07.22.2008

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Our Community: Beaver Pioneer Days

Beaver Pioneer Days schedule of events. Started with Faith – Enduring with Pride

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07.18.2008

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Former Milford mayor dies at 83

Known best for his five terms as Milford City Mayor, Eugene Mayer left the town with

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07.17.2008

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Man facing life sentence for alleged knifing in west desert town

A Beaver County man has been charged with attempted murder after a stabbing last week.

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07.13.2008

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Mending Milford: Ravaged by wildfire 1 year ago, area begins to recover

The Bureau of Land Management’s Harvey Gates can look out over a field near I-15 and see the

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07.10.2008

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Wildfire in southern Utah contained

The Bureau of Land Management says a wildfire 20 miles north of Cedar City has been completely

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07.09.2008

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Cedar City fire has burned 630 acres, is 25% contained

Cedar City fire has burned 630 acres, is 25% contained Lightning caused a wildfire that has

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07.03.2008

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Utah’s Fire Danger Higher With 4th Of July Celebrations

The state of Utah wants residents to remember the ‘fire’ in fireworks. Officials say celebrate the

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06.30.2008

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Dog´s barks save woman in Cedar house fire; crews revive cat!

Sally Reilly can thank her dog for helping her escape her burning home and firefighters for

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06.26.2008

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Police Looking For Suspect Who Abducted And Abused Salt Lake Girl

Salt Lake City Police are looking for a suspect who abducted and assaulted a 12–year–old girl

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06.26.2008

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Supreme Court Says Americans Have Right To Guns

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Americans have a right to own guns for self–

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06.17.2008

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Plane Crashes In Beaver

A small plane crashed in a Beaver field, Thursday evening. Two people were taken to the hospital

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02.26.2008

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Missing Boy Found In Garage In Milford

A 13–year–old boy missing in Milford was found inside a garage in the Beaver County town.

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