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12.31.2009

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Weather: More snowfall is expected for N. Utah

New Year’s Eve will bring a breather from the snow in northern Utah and -- with a little luck --

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12.31.2009

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State panel pushes for new judge

State court officials’ efforts to add a new juvenile court judge in Southern Utah’s 5th

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12.30.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER RIVER, LOWER: (December 10) Ice is covering much of the stream and making fishing

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12.30.2009

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Two killed in crash near Beaver

A crash on Interstate 15 killed two people in southern Utah on Wednesday, police said.

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12.30.2009

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1st decade

The 2000s, the aughts, whatever we decide to call the decade just ending, was mostly

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12.26.2009

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USDA loans go unused

More than $190.6 million is available to Utah through the American Recovery and

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12.24.2009

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Schools serving low-income students do well

Twenty-six percent of Utah’s Title 1 schools are performing highly, despite the challenges of

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12.23.2009

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State pays big bucks for wasted space

Utah taxpayers are paying $83,000 a year to rent an office suite bigger than a basketball

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12.21.2009

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DRMC expects Life Flight helicopter in 2010

Life Flight helicopters fly an average of 10 missions daily. About half of those patients are

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12.17.2009

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Burglary suspects arrested in Beaver

The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office has arrested three men suspected in a series of burglaries.

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12.13.2009

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Community teams up to give children breakfast, presents

Ainsley Hopkins, 10, admitted to turning on police sirens and singing over the PA in the Iron

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12.12.2009

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Millford’s Wright 2nd in last ride

Milford’s Cody Wright did little wrong in the final round of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo on

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12.11.2009

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Utah cowboy likes spoiler role

Spanish Fork’s Clint Robinson is back on track. It’s too late for him to win an average title at the

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12.11.2009

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Elk Meadows’ seller, buyer have same address

After an online auction, ownership of Elk Meadows ski area near Beaver has changed

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12.11.2009

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Four Utah libraries among nation’s best

The Salt Lake City Public Library and its five branch locations rated second best in the nation,

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12.11.2009

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Rodeo: Feild in contention

Elk Ridge bareback rider Kaycee Feild has big plans for the weekend. They don’t have

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12.11.2009

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Routine Traffic Stops Turn into Drug Stops

Routine traffic stops along I-15 are turning more and more into drug stops. "If you stop the big

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12.11.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (December 10) All of the water from the Beaver River flows directly

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12.09.2009

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Rodeo: Utah cowboys fail to place

It was a bad Wednesday night for Utah cowboys at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. None of

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12.09.2009

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Storm left little

Monday’s winter storm moved through the Great Plains on Tuesday toward the Great Lakes and

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12.08.2009

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Rodeo: Utahns have a rough night in Round 6

Bull rider Corey Navarre of Weatherford, Okla., won the sixth round at the Wrangler National

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12.08.2009

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National Finals Rodeo: Wright moves up in saddle bronc

Reigning world champion saddle bronc rider Cody Wright of Milford finished tied for second in

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12.07.2009

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Americas Most Wanted Suspect Sighted in Southern Utah

Cops say Christine Craig, 40, and Steven Farrell, 57, were finally going to tie the knot after

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12.07.2009

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Shoppers rush to stores for deals

Long lines of traffic snarled River Road and other thoroughfares throughout the city on Nov.

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12.07.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (November 25) Irrigation releases have stopped for the year,

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12.06.2009

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Wright happy with 4th-place saddle bronc ride

Cody Wright isn’t worried about whether or not he will repeat as World Champion in saddle bronc

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12.06.2009

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Feild rides again at National Finals Rodeo

Kaycee Feild of Elk Ridge finished second in the bareback event during Round 4 of the National

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12.05.2009

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Utah cowboys fare well

It was a huge Saturday night for Utah cowboys at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. They hit

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12.04.2009

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Rodeo: Elk Ridge cowboy in lead

Kaycee Feild of Elk Ridge moved into the lead in the bareback standings after winning Friday

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12.04.2009

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Rodeo: Robinson leads Utah cowboys

Clint Robinson of Spanish Fork was Utah’s top finisher in the first round of the 2009 Wrangler

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12.02.2009

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Woolsey returns from injury in time for National Finals

Payson’s Steve Woolsey hasn’t climbed aboard a bull since August. That’s about to change.

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12.01.2009

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Elk Meadows auction extended until 6 p.m. today

The online auction of Elk Meadows Ski Resort was extended until 6 p.m. today after a bid was

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12.01.2009

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Wright brothers have rodeo in their jeans

Brotherly love overpowers sibling rivalry when Cody and Jesse Wright step into the rodeo

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11.28.2009

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Want a tony ski resort? Elk Meadows bids restart Monday

Bids for shuttered Elk Meadows ski area have not come close to matching the suggested value

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11.28.2009

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H1N1 vaccine is available Tuesday

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department will be offering the H1N1 vaccine to people ages

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11.28.2009

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Police wait tables for Shop with a Cop Christmas program

Winger’s restaurant had its establishment surrounded by police vehicles Friday and its

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11.27.2009

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Utah-made products: Buying local for Christmas

Utah residents looking to purchase Christmas gifts made in their home state have a number of

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11.27.2009

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Utah Department of Environmental Quality hires new district engineer

The state Department of Environmental Quality has hired Paul Wright as the new district

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11.25.2009

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Elk Meadow resort auction now online

The auction of the former Elk Meadows Ski Resort in Beaver County has moved online,

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11.22.2009

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Utah Field Guide: Wild Turkey

With just a few days to Thanksgiving, we thought it would be a good chance to highlight

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11.21.2009

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Bid deadline extended on Elk Meadows Ski Resort

The bidding deadline on the abandoned 1,138 acre Elk Meadows Ski Resort, located 18 miles

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11.20.2009

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Program marks 5 years

When Lucy P. Pocock Williams delivered babies in Beaver in the 1930s, she got paid with bushels

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11.19.2009

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Sheriff’s office retires search dog

An Iron County Sheriff’s Office dog had his last deployment as a working police dog on

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11.18.2009

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Midnight meteor fascinates Utahns

The spectacular streak that lit up the night sky early Wednesday had people abuzz at the Clark

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11.18.2009

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Herbert appoints 2 to development board

Gov. Gary Herbert on Wednesday announced the appointment of two new members to the

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11.17.2009

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Beaver’s water is worth a stop

Like a gurgling fountain in the center of an oasis, the billboard suddenly appears after a

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11.17.2009

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Few answers in former BYU professor’s violent death

By many accounts, Kay Sherman Mortensen was an intelligent man who lived a rich life and had a

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11.17.2009

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Deadly home invasion: Man’s throat slashed in Payson break-in

Police are looking for two men in a homicide and home invasion near Payson. A man was found

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11.17.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (November 05) Fall fishing should be good. The cooling water

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11.15.2009

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Wheelchair transportation service expands to So. Utah

Southern Utah residents now have the opportunity to use a wheelchair transportation service,

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11.13.2009

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Outdoor notebook: Cut your own Christmas tree for the holidays

Christmas is just around the corner, and people interested in cutting their own trees for decorating

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11.12.2009

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U.’s new telescope captures galaxies

The University of Utah’s astronomy program became full-fledged Wednesday with the official

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11.11.2009

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Wind farm’s first phase finished

One year after breaking ground, wind power company First Wind and its partner RMT

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11.10.2009

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Wind farm fans green hopes

The newest project in Utah’s renewable energy portfolio, a wind farm whose huge sweeping

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11.09.2009

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Elk Meadows ski resort on auction block

Once ballyhooed as the next great gated resort community -- projected value $3.5 billion --

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11.04.2009

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2009 Beaver City Elections

Beaver City election results for 2009...
 

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11.03.2009

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Remember to Vote Today

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today for municipal elections throughout Southern Utah.

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11.03.2009

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Lawman killed in 1913 gets ceremony and headstone

A riderless horse carried Old Glory, seven riflemen fired three volleys, and a bugler blew

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11.02.2009

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Thanks to plow driver

We were caught in the storm at Beaver on Wednesday. The snowplows were there, but

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10.30.2009

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2009 Christmas Tree Permits

It is that time again as Christmas is just around the corner. Families can have a unique

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10.29.2009

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Lands Bill a roadmap to progress

The way forward on public lands discussions in Utah is to follow the bipartisan model established

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10.28.2009

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Southwestern Utah District

The Southwest Utah Health Department is distributing some H1N1 flu vaccine to private

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10.28.2009

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Two police cars hit by trucks in I-15 accidents

Tractor-trailers hit two police cars in separate accidents on Interstate 15 in Iron County as the

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10.28.2009

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Storm blasting central Utah

A winter storm is blasting Millard, Beaver and Iron counties, the Utah Highway Patrol says,

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10.28.2009

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Wrecks slow traffic in central Utah; 6 crashes reported on Bangerter

Two wrecks on southbound I-15 created major delays near Fillmore and the I-70 junction, and

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10.28.2009

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Keeping little ghouls and goblins safe on Halloween

Kids are four times more likely to get hit by a car on Halloween than any other day! Using safety

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10.28.2009

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SWATC enrollment increases

Reports from the Success Academy and the Southwest Applied Technology College topped

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10.27.2009

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Bridgewater plans 29-day campaign

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Tim Bridgewater is aiming to campaign in 29 counties

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10.26.2009

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Stimulus funds

Southern Utah recently received a portion of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, the

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10.25.2009

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Students unite to make a difference

In observance of Iron County Make A Difference Day 2009, students with the Southern Utah

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10.24.2009

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No sign of plane

Beaver County Sheriff Cameron Noel said Friday morning his office is waiting for a call from the

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10.23.2009

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Backyard wind turbines face resistance

When Michael Brooks approached Highland city officials about putting a wind turbine in his

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10.21.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

The water condition is good or improving in most lakes. Anglers report good fishing. Most anglers

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10.21.2009

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Looking to the future

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert visited with residents and community leaders in Richfield Thursday

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10.21.2009

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Why so high?

I was wondering why gas has stayed so high in Richfield and Salina. I have been around

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10.21.2009

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Milford wind farm to open next month

Utah’s largest wind farm is mostly complete and could start generating commercial electricity in

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10.19.2009

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FBI warns of social network hijackers

The FBI is warning consumers to protect themselves against new Facebook

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10.19.2009

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Health Department offers H1N1 vaccine

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department began distributing about 1,000

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10.15.2009

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Southwest Utah Health Department

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department received a second order of H1N1 flu vaccine late

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10.13.2009

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Stimulus money funds task force

Beaver County Sheriff Cameron Noel was relieved to receive a phone call from Sen. Orrin

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10.08.2009

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20 Utah cities receive history grants

Utah State History has awarded $140,000 in matching grants to 20 local governments for the

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10.08.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

Conservation officer Brent Farnsworth reports that Three-Creeks Reservoir has been

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10.08.2009

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Domestic violence on the rise

October is national violence awareness month and advocates and police want victims to know

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10.07.2009

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First Wind launches scholarship program

First Wind, an independent developer of wind power in North America, launched a scholarship

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10.06.2009

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Southwest Utah Health Department

The Southwest Utah Health Department has received about 2,000 doses of the H1N1 nasal

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10.05.2009

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Cool weather coming after Sunday rain

Sunday’s early-morning rain and thunderstorms were just a taste of colder weather expected to

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10.02.2009

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Buck deer hunt set for Oct. 17

Hunters might see a few more deer when Utah’s rifle buck deer hunt starts Oct. 17. The weather

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10.02.2009

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Southern Utah deer prospects good as season approaches

You might see a few more deer when Utah’s rifle buck deer hunt starts Oct. 17. The weather this

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10.01.2009

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Two prescribed burn projects slated for Beaver Ranger District

The Fishlake National Forest is planning to implement two prescribed burn projects

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10.01.2009

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ATV accident kills an Arizona man

An Arizona man was killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident near Beaver Thursday afternoon.

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10.01.2009

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Investors find it pays to stay home

It has been a tumultuous year for Utah investors, but those who stuck close to home

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10.01.2009

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Ex-teacher given up to life in prison for sex with student

The father looked at Keith Gillins, his daughter’s former teacher, and said he would never forgive

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09.29.2009

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Scramble is on for alternative energy around West

Want some solar energy with your geothermal? In Utah, state officials are fielding various

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09.29.2009

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USF offers discount

The Utah Shakespearean Festival is helping feed less-fortunate families this holiday season with a

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09.25.2009

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VeteransO Focus

VA outreach schedule announced. In October, a Utah Department of Veterans’ Affairs Outreach

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09.24.2009

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Around Town

4th Annual Punkin’ Fest, Friday and Saturday. Friday, 9 p.m. is our pumpkin walk at the city

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09.22.2009

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Community unites to break world record

South central Utah residents made history last week as they rode into the record books.

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09.21.2009

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Pro Rodeo Leaders

Through Sept. 20 All-Around 1. Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas, $227,362 2. Clint Robinson,

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09.20.2009

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U. seeks out a dark and lonely place

The University of Utah soon will have a presence on a narrow, remote Beaver County

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09.18.2009

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Ten arrested in Washington County pot-grow bust

Washington County sheriff’s deputies arrested 10 people Thursday in a massive marijuana bust.

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09.18.2009

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Utah geothermal plant runs into cold-water problem

Raser Technologies Inc. long has boasted its new Hatch geothermal power plant near the west-

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09.17.2009

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Champion comes home

On Friday, from 6 to 7 p.m., Southern Utah’s home-grown world champion bronc rider Cody

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09.15.2009

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Meetings set for ethics initiative

The group working to put the idea of an independent legislative ethics committee before

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09.15.2009

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Drive-Through Gives Shots, Not Burgers

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department will offer drive-through flu shots later this month

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09.13.2009

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13 rare species undergoing review

Don’t yank that Cisco milkvetch or disturb the Hamlin Valley pyrg — you’re messing with a

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09.11.2009

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Remembering 911 Eight Years Later

Eight years after the 9/11 attacks, President Barack Obama says the nation "will never falter"

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09.10.2009

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Internet Cops Say School Is Back In And Internet Predat...

With more kids on computers doing homework, Capt. Rhett McQuiston knows there are more

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09.10.2009

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Older Utahns say health care debate grows more confusing

Wayne Hardy says the health care reform debate gives him a headache. Dorothy Marzolf

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09.09.2009

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New website helps parents keep kids safe

The state has rolled out a new website www.safekidsutah.org to help parents protect

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09.08.2009

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Law Enforcement Community Comes Together To Help Fellow...

Local motorcycle riders and the law enforcement community are pulling together to help one of

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09.04.2009

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Greenville Bench Enhancement Project

Over the course of three days, August 19 through the 21, 2009 the Bureau of Land

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09.02.2009

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Semis Collide on Northbound I-15

A semi rear-ends another semi’s trailer, smashing the cab and pinning the driver Wednesday

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08.31.2009

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Forest Service, environmentalist defend handling fire

New Harmony was a forest fire waiting to happen. The state knew that in 2008 when a fire

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08.31.2009

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Mill Flat Wildfire

Creeping, backing and group torching in areas exposed to winds with significant upslope runs

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08.28.2009

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Consumption of energy drinks may land drivers a DUI

Energy drinks are becoming more and more popular, but Utah police are issuing DUIs to

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08.28.2009

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Support Groups

Alcoholics Anonymous. All meetings are nonsmoking unless otherwise noted.

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08.26.2009

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Goat gazing: Herds thrive in southern Utah’s Tushar Mountains

The rugged terrain and frigid temperatures had taken their toll on Darin and Dennis Larson’s

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08.26.2009

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Weekly Weather Wonder - Sunshine

It’s the driving force behind all weather and without it life on this planet would cease to exist.

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08.26.2009

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Husband charged with murder

Tristan Jared Lamoreaux, age 24, was charged Tuesday with first degree murder in the shooting

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08.25.2009

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UPDATE: Lamoreaux was a convicted felon

Tristan Jared Lamoreaux, 24, a person of interest being investigated by the Cedar City

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08.25.2009

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Search and rescue conference hosted

Approximately 200 search and rescue professionals and volunteers converged at Fish

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08.25.2009

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BREAKING NEWS: Lamoreaux charged with first degree murder in wife’s death

Tristan Jared Lamoreaux, 24, was charged Tuesday with first degree murder in the shooting

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08.25.2009

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Utah Amber Alert System Test Planned

State officials will test Utah’s amber alert plan this week to see if the alerts are going out as

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08.25.2009

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Energy portfolios

Many components come together to determine quality of life in an area. Two that play a crucial

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08.24.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

NORTHERN REGION FISHING REPORT: BEAR LAKE: (August 13) Anglers report fair fishing.

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08.23.2009

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Flu Shots

Flu shots are offered at the following SWUPHD offices: St. George (620 S. 400 E. Suite

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08.21.2009

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Fires blanket So. Utah in smoke

The smell of smoke over Cedar City has been coming on the wind from both the north and

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08.20.2009

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DWR: Bear incidents are up

After a black bear was shot and killed Monday, the seventh in Utah since July 1, the southwest

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08.19.2009

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Angry bees attack, state tests to see if they're ‘killer’ breed

Jim Hunting stood outside his house in Beryl on Wednesday, watching as a state agriculture

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08.18.2009

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BLM to Burn Greenville Bench for Natural Resource Benefits

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Color Country District will conduct a 5,000 acre

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08.18.2009

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“Practice safe text” campaign launched

A brand new campaign is hitting the streets of Utah on Tuesday and its called “Practice Safe

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08.18.2009

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Race to the National Finals Rodeo heats up

It’s crunch time in professional rodeo. Only a handful of big-money rodeos remain this season,

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08.14.2009

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Nevada wins

Apparently, the Utah and Nevada water regulators are within a couple of months of

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08.14.2009

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Where is it?

This week  >>  Correctly name where in Utah this photograph was taken to become eligible for

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08.13.2009

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2009 BEAVER COUNTY FAIR

2009 BEAVER COUNTY FAIR INFORMATION. August 13, 14, 15, 2009. Beaver County

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08.12.2009

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U of U driving simulator shows dangers of texting behind the wheel

In Utah it is illegal to text and drive, but you still see people doing it every day. It’s distracting,

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08.11.2009

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Residents without power after fire

A fire at Bailey’s Auto destroyed a power pole leaving residents in Minersville without electricity

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08.09.2009

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Facts From Summit So. Utah’s Major Cities St. George - 71,161 Beaver - 2,564 Panguitch -

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08.08.2009

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COMING TOMORROW: 22nd Annual Utah Rural Summit highlights

The highlights of the three-day Utah Rural Summit were the keynote addresses on health

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08.07.2009

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Piute has plenty of options

Piute County, which is only two hours from Dixie, has a plethora of outdoor recreation

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08.07.2009

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Spread caution like wildfire

According to the National Interagency Fire Center, Utah had 999 wildfires in 2008. Given

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08.06.2009

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Exotic cars leave Kanab wealthier

Escorted by a fleet of police vehicles with lights flashing and sirens wailing, 38 high-performance

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08.06.2009

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Iron County Coordinating Council discusses wind farming

The Iron County Coordinating Council met Wednesday in Enoch to discuss the pros, cons

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08.05.2009

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10-year-old girl dies in I-15 crash

A 10-year-old girl was killed in a car accident Wednesday morning. Jasmin Gonzalez was

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08.05.2009

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Weather: Utah monsoon season is fashionably late

The summer monsoon season that often includes afternoon thundershowers, especially in the

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08.05.2009

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Local News In Brief

A chance to see as many as 100 mountain goats is waiting for you during a free wildlife viewing

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08.05.2009

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St. George caregivers feel the heat of cooking for seniors

Adult daughters - who typically serve as home cooks for seniors - are feeling the heat in the

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08.02.2009

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Jeanette Herbert: Meet Utah’s future first lady

Her children refer to her as Miss Fix-it, and Jeanette Herbert admits the nickname fits.

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07.31.2009

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Fundamentally fun

Junior Jazz basketball players of Southern Utah received a treat Thursday evening when Utah

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07.30.2009

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Fire evacuates hikers, closes trails in Zion

A wildfire Wednesday forced the evacuation of hikers and closed trails in the Kolob Canyons

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07.30.2009

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Lightning sparks fires

Lightning from Wednesday night’s storm sparked numerous wildfires in Southwestern Utah, as the

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07.29.2009

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T-ville eyeing regional title

After losing the first baseball game in a double-elimination tournament, your chances of winning

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07.28.2009

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20 fires burn around Southern Utah

Twenty lightning-ignited fires are blazing in southwest Utah as a result of scattered

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07.28.2009

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Ready for a close-up? Utah wildlife officials plan event for public to view mountain goats

Never seen a mountain goat in the wild? Odds are good you can glimpse one early next month.

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07.27.2009

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Wildfire starts near Minersville

A 160-acre wildfire that started about 10 miles southwest of Minersville on Saturday continues

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07.27.2009

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Comments sought for solar-energy study areas

The federal government has extended the deadline for public comment on solar-energy

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07.26.2009

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Days of ‘47 Rodeo: Wright brothers ride together through busy season

Cody Wright didn’t have time for small talk after finishing Saturday’s saddle bronc riding

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07.25.2009

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Bull rider Dudley makes whistle, changes luck

It only took eight seconds for Alex Dudley’s luck to go from the worst he’s had in five years to as

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07.25.2009

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Scientists study 2½-mile fissure in Iron County

The Utah Geological Survey has launched a study into a 2½-mile-long fissure in Iron County,

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07.23.2009

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Mount Holly Club promoter is seeking bankruptcy

Mount Holly Partners LLC, the company behind controversial plans to convert long-idled Elk

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07.22.2009

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First Wind announces financing

First Wind, the company building Utah’s largest wind farm in Milford, announced Tuesday it has

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07.21.2009

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Beaver Ranger District, Fishlake National Forest has determined a need for a reduction in

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07.16.2009

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Utah’s Pioneer Day Activities

6:30 - 5K Run/Walk Registration Contact: Kent Hotheins (438-5401) Contact: Renee White

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07.14.2009

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Fire station proposal is denied

The Iron County Commission on Monday, taking into consideration the projected economic

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07.13.2009

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Utah’s historic county courthouses

Built in 1876-82 and renovated in 1889 with a design by Richard K.A. Kletting; now a museum.

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07.10.2009

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Veterans’ Focus

The National Resource Directory is an online resource for wounded, ill. and injured Service

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07.09.2009

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SUU student brings home bronze from national competition

Southern Utah University’s Dana Meier placed third in the nation in electronics technology last

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07.08.2009

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Missing 84-year-old man found near Frisco Peak

A missing 84-year-old man was found alive and well Wednesday. A Meals on Wheels volunteer

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07.07.2009

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Raser Technologies sells block of stock to unidentified investors

Raser Technologies, gradually morphing from a start-up company to an operating geothermal

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07.07.2009

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Windmills under way

Construction is on schedule and expected to be completed by November for First Wind’s Milford

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07.05.2009

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Training prepares officers

Police officers face many dangers in the line of duty. Additional challenges arise when officers

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07.03.2009

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Independence Day weekend activities

Independence Day Celebration, Pioneer Park from 9:00 am - 12:00 noon; 9th Annual Butch

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07.03.2009

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State issues bear, cougar safety tips to weekend campers

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources offered animal safety tips yesterday to residents who

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07.03.2009

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Bountiful rain means bears have plenty of food

A solid snow pack last winter and a wet spring means the number of encounters between black

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07.02.2009

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Utah concealed carry permits now restricted in Nevada

Big changes to gun laws in nearby Nevada may change how some Utahns travel through there.

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07.02.2009

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Legal to set off fireworks starts Wednesday

Fireworks stands are open for business, and let the celebration begin. Wednesday is the first

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07.01.2009

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Couple die in crash near Beaver

A husband and wife from Beaver died in a car accident early Wednesday. Darla J. Polhamus,

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06.30.2009

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Raser stock deal triggers a price plunge

Raser Technologies Inc. has reached a deal to sell to institutional investors shares and warrants

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06.30.2009

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Utah 4th of July Events

Beaver City Park - Paul Anderson Memorial Beaver Pioneer Car Show - City Park - July 4th

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06.30.2009

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Pilot of ill-fated glider flight in Utah identified as Colorado man

The Iron County Sheriff’s Department identified the pilot of a glider that crashed and died

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06.29.2009

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Utah part of solar-energy study

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced Monday that close to 700,000 acres of federal

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06.28.2009

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St. George Man Dies in Accident Near Cove Fort

A Utah man dies in a crash on Interstate 15. Utah Highway Patrol troopers say 60-year-old

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06.28.2009

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Speed kills on Utah roads

New statistics from the Utah Department of Public Safety give renewed currency to the

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06.27.2009

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Semi tips on I-15 near Beaver

A tipped semitrailer has reduced I-15 to a single lane about eight miles north of Beaver,

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06.25.2009

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Fire officials warn about the dangers of exploding lighters

Millions of people use propane lighters everyday unaware of the dangers. The lighters can

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06.24.2009

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Experts warn against rattlesnake dangers

They are creepy and slithery and just one bite can be fatal. Rattlesnakes are out of hibernation

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06.23.2009

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Bigfoot: a search in Utah

John R. Salmond plans to head to a remote corner of northeastern Utah this weekend in

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06.22.2009

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

Roughin’ It Outdoors fishing hole(s) of the week. 1) If I were to fish anywhere in the state today

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06.17.2009

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Some officers have training to deal with mentally ill; many don’t

CIT trained agencies as of June 18, 2009
 

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06.16.2009

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Missing Orem woman alive and well

A 31-year-old Orem woman reported missing earlier this month has been found alive and well,

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06.14.2009

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Geologist: Southern Utah aquifer could be developed

A deep aquifer, filled with prehistoric water that has filtered through a porous formation of

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06.12.2009

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Beaver County law officers team up with U.S. Marshalls

As part of a county-wide misdemeanor warrant sweep Thursday evening, Beaver County

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06.12.2009

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Alltel customers in 18 counties affected by phone deal

Alltel wireless phone customers in 18 Utah counties could be affected by AT&T’s purchase

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06.11.2009

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Utah counties to split $33M for federal lands

Utah counties will be receiving 3 percent more than last year from the federal government

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06.11.2009

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USG Hall to induct 4

The 24th Annual Utah Summer Games Hall of Honor induction will take place tonight in

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06.11.2009

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Update: Fire parade today

More than 400 firefighters are in Richfield today through Saturday, June 11-13, for the Utah

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06.10.2009

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How to beat burglars and break ins

Every fifteen seconds in the United States a home is burglarized, that’s according to the FBI.

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06.09.2009

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Feds consider backing Utah geothermal plant

Raser Technologies Inc. says it has qualified for government-backed loans to triple the size of a

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06.09.2009

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No-fee days may boost dismal summer for parks

Given the current economy and rising gas prices, the recently announced fee-free days at

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06.08.2009

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Wet Weather May Provide More Fuel for Wildfires, Say Firefighters

The rainy weather Utah is currently experiencing at the beginning of June may help provide more

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06.08.2009

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Zion National Park voted #1 park in the country

Zion National Park is the number one national park in the country, according to a new survey

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06.08.2009

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Rodeo: Buckle up for state title rides

The Utah High School Rodeo Association State championships are a big deal for the athletes.

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06.08.2009

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Health Department offers travel clinic

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department is offering an International Travel Clinic to

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06.05.2009

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Veterans’ Roll Call

The dedicated professionals at the St. George VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinic at 1067

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06.04.2009

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June VA outreach schedule listed

A Utah Department of Veterans’ Affairs Outreach Program officer will be at the following

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06.03.2009

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Fishing report: Trout fishing good at Bear Lake, Flaming Gorge

Minersville – Fishing for smallmouth bass is picking up as fish move into shallow water and

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06.02.2009

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Police ask for help finding missing Orem woman

Police ask for help finding missing Orem woman

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06.02.2009

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National Weather Service warns of quarter-sized hail

The National Weather Service is warning people in the path of a coming massive storm to get

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06.02.2009

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Utah prescription drug deaths drop, but painkillers take toll

Forty fewer Utahs died from prescription drug overdoses in Utah last year, a decrease of 12.6

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05.28.2009

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High school baseball all-star games set for Lindquist Field

Lindquist Field will host the 3A, 4A, and 5A high-school senior baseball all-star games Saturday.

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05.27.2009

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Africanized bees move north in Utah

A hive of Africanized honey bees has been discovered in Cedar City. The big news from that

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05.25.2009

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Funnel Cloud Spotted Near Milford

Thunderstorms may have spawned a tornado near Milford. 2News viewers contacted the

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05.24.2009

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Utah wind farm inching toward completion

Utah’s largest renewable energy facility is inching toward completion, fulfilling the

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05.22.2009

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Dixie forest plan eliminates off-trail travel

A new plan for Dixie National Forest eliminates unrestricted off-trail travel for motorized

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05.22.2009

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Iron County vets get memorial

More than 1,300 Iron County residents who fought in World War II have a memorial in their

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05.22.2009

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ATV deaths: As mercury rises, off-road vehicle fatalities do, too

So far this year, five Utahns have died in ATV accidents, including former Rep. Bill Orton, who was riding down

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05.22.2009

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Utah Troopers warn holiday weekend drivers to "Click It or Ticket"

Utah Highway Patrol along with representatives from Mothers Against Drunk Driving, are

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05.19.2009

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Fighters try to knock out cancer

This year’s Relay for Life is promising to be a knockout event for area residents in their fight

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05.19.2009

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This week is dog-bite prevention week

May 17-23 is "National DogBite Prevention Week," and in Utah, 44 letter carriers were

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05.18.2009

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Chrysler can’t close optimism

Stepping into Lunt Motor Co. in Cedar City is like stepping back in time, with 75 years of history in

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05.15.2009

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Mount Holly gets temporary reprieve

The developers of a proposed upscale resort in the mountains of Beaver County have received

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05.15.2009

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River and stream danger increases as weather heats up

The warmest weather of the year is just around the corner, and that’s raising concerns about

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05.15.2009

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Utahn added to National Peace Officers Memorial

A sea of blue enveloped the west front of the U.S. Capitol on Friday as police officers from

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05.14.2009

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Census: Utah, like rest of West, is short on women

Skulk into a lonely booth in Park City’s No Name Saloon during the tourist off-season and, after a

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05.08.2009

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Novel Influenza A(H1N1)- Update

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department now has 2 confirmed cases of the Novel Inluenza

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05.08.2009

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Swine flu found in Beaver County

A case of the H1N1 swine flu virus has been confirmed in Beaver County, the Southwest

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05.08.2009

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Milford Flat fire rehab wins national award

The Milford Flat fire in 2007 was the largest wildfire ever in Utah, burning a vast 567 square

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05.04.2009

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Fishing report

Baker Reservoir -- Catchable rainbows are stocked. Fishing is fair to good during the

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05.01.2009

Article #000000FA

Moab is a redrock R&R hot spot, but slow to grow

New York-London-Tokyo-Paris-Moab. It’s just a bumper sticker, and it might be tongue in cheek,

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05.01.2009

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I-15 Driving in the Drug Lane Part 3

Its a tough job but someone has to do it, and when it comes to cracking down on drug

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04.30.2009

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I-15 Driving in the Drug Lane Part 2

There may be drugs traveling up or down I-15 at almost any time, because for drug traffickers,

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04.29.2009

Article #000000F7

I-15 Driving in the Drug Lane Part 1

I-15, it’s the fourth-longest north-south transcontinental Highway in the United States

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04.29.2009

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Swine flu causing problems for Utah hog farms

The swine flu scare has put hog producers on the defensive. That’s partly because of the

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04.29.2009

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Pork industry wants swine flu called something else

Utah’s pork producers want to change the name of the swine flu. Lu Arnold, spokeswoman for

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04.29.2009

Article #000000F4

Residents inquire about flu

As U.S. human cases of swine influenza rise, with the Centers for Disease Control and

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04.28.2009

Article #000000F3

No new leads in missing Beaver woman case

Beaver County Sheriff Cameron Noel said Tuesday that his resources have been

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04.28.2009

Article #000000F2

Know Your Mosquito

They weigh only 1/250,000 of an ounce, but cause more human death than any other

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04.28.2009

Article #000000F1

Questions and answers about swine flu in Utah

Utah has no confirmed or even suspected cases of swine flu as of Monday evening. But health

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04.27.2009

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Prescribed burns planned in Beaver County

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Color Country District, will be burning control lines this

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04.27.2009

Article #000000EF

Renewable energy

New, cleaner sources of energy is where Beaver County may be leading the state with its

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04.25.2009

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Reward offered for details on crime

The Beaver County Sheriff’s Department announced Friday that it is offering a $10,000

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04.25.2009

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Police have no new leads for woman

Beaver County Sheriff Cameron Noel said Friday that although his department has received a few

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04.24.2009

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Howling wind to be harnessed for energy

A friend of mine from Las Vegas spent the Easter weekend with me and inquired as to why all the

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04.23.2009

Article #000000EB

Missing-Endangered Person

The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help in locating a missing/endangered adult

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04.21.2009

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PINE VALLEY MOUNTAIN TRAILS REMAIN CLOSED FOR SNOW

Spring is in the air and temperatures are indicating that summer is just around the corner

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04.21.2009

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Fair gathers energy for future

Monday marked Milford Valley’s designation as Utah’s Renewable Energy Zone by a legislative

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04.17.2009

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Cody Wright documentary premieres on Monday

When Jon Smith and Lyman Hafen decided to document the season of a professional bronc

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04.16.2009

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Company fires up geothermal plant in Utah

A 10-megawatt geothermal plant in Utah’s west desert began delivering electricity Thursday to

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04.15.2009

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Beaver County’s Canine Unit

Eighteen months ago Beaver County Sheriff’s department gained a new member, Kiara, a

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04.13.2009

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Copper company continues to grow

Dave Jensen stood outside Western Utah Copper Company mill with a look of amazement

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04.09.2009

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Museum puts wildlife exhibits in natural settings

A Canadian lynx snagging a duck out of the air, a coyote about to pounce on a quail and a pair

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04.09.2009

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Chris Coan’s Body Found

The search for an Enoch man who's been missing for the past year and a half, is over. Iron

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04.09.2009

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Libraries to offer parks pass

The library has always been a good place to seek adventure, but the thrills are mostly left to

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04.08.2009

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ATV: Utah’s trails, dunes among best in U.S.

Defining what makes a good all-terrain vehicle riding area depends on the type of experience it

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04.08.2009

Article #000000E0

Heavy mountain snows lighten water worries

Any lingering fears that Wasatch Mountain snows might dry up too quickly this spring are

... more

04.08.2009

Article #000000DF

Keeping a list of medications with you could save your life

If you’ve visited a doctor or hospital recently, you probably answered a list of questions: Are

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04.08.2009

Article #000000DE

Sheriff: Cows shot on range

A local farmer found four of his adult cows and one calf shot dead in an open range last

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04.08.2009

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Students create good vibrations

String and piano students from throughout Southern Utah earn scholarships and Gold Cup

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04.03.2009

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Copper King Mining opens mill in Beaver County

When Mark Dotson talks about his days as a prospector in the 1980s, he recounts the years

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04.03.2009

Article #000000DB

Gangs may be recruiting online

There are growing fears about gangs using the Internet to recruit new, younger members.

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04.02.2009

Article #000000DA

Peek into the past at Cove Fort

Marcella Walker and her husband were thrilled to be called as missionaries to Cove Fort, an

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04.02.2009

Article #000000D9

Diagnostic center at Draper prison will be shuttered

Utah prison officials narrowly avoided handing hundreds of inmates a fast route to freedom

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04.02.2009

Article #000000D8

National Parks essay contest

The National Park Foundation is asking youth across the nation to share ideas on how to

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03.31.2009

Article #000000D7

Governor urges Utahns to prepare for Earthquakes

Governor Jon Huntsman is set to declare April as Earthquake Preparedness Month Tuesday. The

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03.30.2009

Article #000000D6

Memorial honors corrections officers

Ann House thinks about her husband every day. "Time has a very interesting way of passing,"

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03.30.2009

Article #000000D5

Washington County lands bill may be the wilderness model

Decades of bitter fighting over Washington County’s rugged lands ended Monday when

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03.29.2009

Article #000000D4

Latest storm brings high winds and low visibility

Utah is getting lots of snow a week into spring, and despite the weather forecasts for this

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03.29.2009

Article #000000D3

Cedar City school gets an A in renewable energy

Enter Three Peaks Elementary and you’ll get a hands-on education not only in the three R’s but

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03.27.2009

Article #000000D2

Digging in: Copper mill could be gold mine for Beaver County

A 20-year labor of love and dedication could reap big dividends for a central Utah community

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03.25.2009

Article #000000D1

Wind farm project back on track

Utah’s biggest wind farm project is back on track following a sudden replacement of the general

... more

03.23.2009

Article #000000D0

Minor Earthquake Shakes Southwest Utah

A minor earthquake has shaken southwest Utah but no damage has been reported.

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03.19.2009

Article #000000CF

What to do when your child is missing

A worried mother in Spanish Fork is breathing a sigh of relief. Her daughter went missing early

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03.19.2009

Article #000000CE

Zion National Park Human History Museum hosts SUU student/faculty exhibit

Zion National Park and Southern Utah University faculty and students created and designed an

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03.18.2009

Article #000000CD

6 years later, we haven’t forgotten

This isn’t the kind of anniversary you celebrate. But you mark it because it’s important. Six years

... more

03.18.2009

Article #000000CC

Fires smolder along I-15

What were thought to be several small, smoldering brush fires could turn into arson

... more

03.17.2009

Article #000000CB

Video games predators play

They can eradicate invading warriors from other galaxies but in the real world, teenaged boys

... more

03.17.2009

Article #000000CA

Internet hacker scheme infects thousands daily

There’s a chance the next time you go on the internet you may be helping hackers steal

... more

03.16.2009

Article #000000C9

A new barrier for grass-roots lawsuits?

Newly passed legislation could make it harder to fight city hall -- and lawyers either love it or hate

... more

03.13.2009

Article #000000C8

Resources help determine age that children can be left alone

At what age are children able to take care of themselves? There are resources that help

... more

03.12.2009

Article #000000C7

Raser ready to flip the switch on Beaver geothermal plant

Within the next week, Raser Technologies Inc. expects to begin transmitting around 7

... more

03.12.2009

Article #000000C6

Drugs that look like children’s vitamins found in Utah

Parents are being warned about ecstasy pills that look like children’s vitamins.

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03.12.2009

Article #000000C5

Utah will spend stimulus cash on clean-energy push

Interior boss Ken Salazar issued his first secretarial order Wednesday, a "moonshot for

... more

03.11.2009

Article #000000C4

Sportsman’s Warehouse to close 23 stores, sell 15 others

Outdoor retailer Sportsman’s Warehouse is closing 23 stores and selling another 15.

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03.10.2009

Article #000000C3

Chase begins with gas theft in Beaver

A man and woman were arrested Tuesday after allegedly stealing gasoline from a Beaver service

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03.10.2009

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Looking for sheds

Officials from the Fishlake National Forest said they are reminding shed hunters that motorized

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03.10.2009

Article #000000C1

Judges Consider UHP Cross Case

A federal appeals court in Denver is weighing a lawsuit over Utah’s use of crosses for roadside

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03.09.2009

Article #000000C0

3 small earthquakes recorded in central Utah

Three small earthquakes have shaken central Utah but no damage was reported. The quakes

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03.06.2009

Article #000000BF

Stream access bill gives concessions to recreationists

The controversial Recreational Use of Public Waters on Public Lands bill continues to evolve

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03.05.2009

Article #000000BE

Bill paves way for renewable-energy power lines

A bill that would streamline construction of new transmission lines to connect renewable-energy

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03.05.2009

Article #000000BD

Utah lawmakers give renewable energy a boost

Tax incentives for renewable-energy equipment manufacturers and developers got a warm

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03.04.2009

Article #000000BC

Bald eagles vacation in Utah

The bald eagle was first taken off the endangered, then the threatened list and is now

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03.04.2009

Article #000000BB

Semi hits trailer, rolls; driver hurt; hogs killed

The driver of a semi hauling a load of hogs was seriously injured Tuesday night when his cab

... more

03.02.2009

Article #000000BA

Police target gangs in weeklong saturation

Danny is 15 years old. He’s been a gang member since he was just 10. "They told me, ‘You earned

... more

03.02.2009

Article #000000B9

Judge Benson nailed it ages ago

As a U.S. District judge in Salt Lake City, Dee Benson doesn’t get to gloat over a victory, or, in

... more

02.26.2009

Article #000000B8

Fishing report

Whitefish fishing has improved, while cutthroat and lake trout fishing has tapered off. Anglers

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02.24.2009

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Prison education faces overhaul

Lawmakers took a major step Monday toward overhauling the way Utah prisoners learn while

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02.24.2009

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2009 Utah Gang Conference

The Salt Lake Area Gang Project is hotsing the 2009 Utah Gang Conference on April 2nd & 3rd

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02.24.2009

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2 Utah escapees nabbed in Arizona

Two men whom police said escaped from a drug treatment facility in Cedar City have been

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02.23.2009

Article #000000B4

Wind farm proposed for Iron County

Iron County’s Harmony Mountains could soon generate renewable electricity if a Utah

... more

02.23.2009

Article #000000B3

1985 Utah death penalty case gets court appeal

Evidence about sexual abuse and brain damage could have persuaded a jury to spare a man the

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02.22.2009

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Alltell customers keeping service plans

Alltel Wireless subscribers in portions of Utah, including Iron and Washington counties, will

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02.21.2009

Article #000000B1

Cops seek felons who fled drug facility

Police here are seeking two men who walked away from a drug treatment facility.

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02.20.2009

Article #000000B0

Little-known program offers loans to rural home buyers

A little-known federal program created to boost home ownership in Utah’s rural areas is helping

... more

02.17.2009

Article #000000AF

US ag secretary declares 19 of 29 Utah counties a disaster, making farmers eligible for relief

The U.S. agriculture secretary is making farmers and ranchers across much of Utah eligible for

... more

02.16.2009

Article #000000AE

Was Duchesne farmer the Sundance Kid?

Is a farmer who died here in 1936 actually one of the Old West’s most legendary outlaws?

... more

02.13.2009

Article #000000AD

Water analysis requested

The Central Iron County Water Conservancy District approved the pursuit of a joint effort

... more

02.13.2009

Article #000000AC

Tradewinds

Taylor Wray rejoined the Salt Lake City office of Marsh USA Risk & Insurance Services Inc. as

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02.13.2009

Article #000000AB

Infant killed in I-15 accidents near Beaver

Southbound I-15 has reopened following a series of weather-related accidents just south of

... more

02.12.2009

Article #000000AA

Questar, state to boost natural gas for vehicles

Utah and its natural gas utility are boosting filling station capacity along Interstate 15 this year in

... more

02.12.2009

Article #000000A9

2 missing snowmobilers found safe in S. Utah

Searchers have found two snowmobilers who had been missing in southern Utah since Sunday.

... more

02.12.2009

Article #000000A8

Utah website shows 10,000 job openings

If you’re one of the thousands of Utah’s unemployed, ABC4 has a website you may want

... more

02.11.2009

Article #000000A7

Bill would limit fishing ground access

Anglers and boaters who hailed a Utah Supreme Court ruling that allowed them to walk on

... more

02.11.2009

Article #000000A6

Killer bees: Utah? They’re heeere

The warning has been out there for years: Killer bees are migrating toward Utah.

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02.10.2009

Article #000000A5

School trust land leased for wind project

A chunk of school trust land has been leased as part of the ongoing development of a wind farm

... more

02.10.2009

Article #000000A4

Financial outlook dark for Utah courts

Utah’s courts this year are handling more felony crimes, more child custody fights and more

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02.10.2009

Article #000000A3

Funding cuts may force release of 550 inmates

Up to 550 inmates from Utah’s prisons could be released as early as September because funding

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02.09.2009

Article #000000A2

False AMBER Alert sent out as text message

You probably got a text message on your phone late Sunday night telling you about an AMBER

... more

02.09.2009

Article #000000A1

Utah stations flip on DTV switch

For years, everyone has been planning on the switch from analog to digital happening on

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02.09.2009

Article #000000A0

Living History: Marys Nipple? Shag Hollow? Utah has earthy place names

A few weeks ago, The New York Times ran a story about curious place names in Britain.

... more

02.09.2009

Article #0000009F

Audience reaction during drill team tourney shocking

I recently covered the Utah High School Athletic Association state drill team tournament for the

... more

02.06.2009

Article #0000009E

FEMA reimburses Utah for wildfire

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has reimbursed Utah for the costs of the largest

... more

02.05.2009

Article #0000009D

Most Utah stations switching to digital on Feb. 17

Despite a move by Congress to delay the digital TV transition deadline to June 12, most Utah

... more

02.05.2009

Article #0000009C

Medical-records lawsuit against U. dismissed

The dismissal of a lawsuit earlier this week against University Health Care after last

... more

02.04.2009

Article #0000009B

USDA reports on state of Utah’s farming industry

Every five years, the USDA conducts a census of the agriculture industry. They’ve just

... more

02.04.2009

Article #0000009A

Meadow Gold Dairy annouces ice cream recall

Meadow Gold Dairy in Orem, Utah is voluntarily recalling 56 ounce scrounds of Meadow Gold

... more

02.03.2009

Article #00000099

Senate bill would require sheriffs to be certified as corrections officers

The Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee unanimously passed a

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02.03.2009

Article #00000098

Mount Holly needs voter approval, justices say

Utah’s top court on Tuesday said Beaver County government must schedule a countywide vote

... more

02.01.2009

Article #00000097

State drill team champions crowned

Three more state champions were crowned Saturday night at Utah Valley University as the

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01.30.2009

Article #00000096

February dates to watch bald eagles

If you’ve ever seen a bald eagle in the wild, you know it’s an experience that can take your

... more

01.30.2009

Article #00000095

Judge sets hearings in Allgier case

No one knows who Curtis Michael Allgier’s lawyers will be or whether he will be brought to

... more

01.30.2009

Article #00000094

Lack of storms in January shrinking Utah snowpacks

A hazy and not so snowy January has reduced Utah’s snowpack statewide to 89.5 percent of

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01.30.2009

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Inmate charged in guard’s slaying won’t go to court

An inmate charged with killing a Utah State Prison guard who transported him to a medical

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01.30.2009

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UBAD hosts Substance Abuse Awareness Days at Dixie Center

The Utah Battle Against Drugs organization is hosting Substance Abuse Awareness Days today

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01.27.2009

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Free pertussis vaccine for uninsured children

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department is offering the pertussis vaccine at no cost to

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01.26.2009

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Few wild horses find homes during BLM auction

When the Spanish conquistadors began exploring the southwest 400 years ago, it was

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01.23.2009

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UHSAA Cutting Back

The hard economic times continue to take their toll. Today the Utah High School Activities

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01.21.2009

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Health forces DPS commissioner to quit

Utah Department of Public Safety Commissioner Scott Duncan abruptly resigned his post after a

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01.21.2009

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Man is sentenced in Cedar City officer shooting

A man convicted of shooting a Cedar City police officer in 2007 has been sentenced to two

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01.21.2009

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U.S. Supreme Court sides with Utah police in search case

The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that police officers in Utah who searched a suspect’s home

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01.20.2009

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President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Address

My fellow citizens: I stand here today humbled by the task before us, grateful for the trust you

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01.20.2009

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Obama takes office, saying choose ‘hope over fear’

Stepping into history, Barack Hussein Obama grasped the reins of power as America’s first

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01.18.2009

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Autism pre-school may get cut by budget-conscious lawmakers

Annie Campbell says a state-funded autism preschool changed her son’s life. At age 6,

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01.18.2009

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UDOT testing 2 80 mph zones

Next time you’re day-dreaming on this lost freeway and the junipers blur into the rabbit

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01.16.2009

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Peanut Corporation of America Expands Nationwide Recall of Peanut Butter

Peanut Corporation of America (PCA), a peanut processing company and maker of peanut butter

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01.16.2009

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Teen found in Washington Co. after Ogden Amber Alert issued

A 14-year-old girl missing since about 6 a.m. who was the subject of an Amber Alert Friday

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01.14.2009

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SLC considers geothermal power plant development

Salt Lake City Corp. would like to get into the geothermal energy production business and has

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01.13.2009

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Man charged in guard’s death seeks new attorneys

A prison inmate charged with killing the guard who transported him to a medical appointment

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01.13.2009

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Road near Cedar City reopens after landslide

A highway has reopened after a massive landslide closed the road last week.

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01.06.2009

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Nearly 60 Utah schools recognized for success

Utah schools recognized for success. Utah Title I High Performing School Award winners:

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01.05.2009

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SR-14 Through Cedar Canyon Could Be Closed Up to Two Weeks

U-DOT officials are assessing a massive rock slide near mile marker 8 on SR-14 east of Cedar

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