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12.31.2010

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ABC 4 looks back at the top stories of 2010

A long awaited verdict, two deputies killed in cold blood and the death of little boy in Layton were

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12.31.2010

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Energy future

One argument raised against concentrating efforts on developing the renewable energy that

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12.30.2010

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Many top business stories of 2010 were positive

In October, Utah claimed the top spot in Forbes magazine’s annual ranking of "The Best States

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12.29.2010

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Grand Landings Celebrate Arrival of Life Flight Helicopter Service in Southern Utah

Intermountain Life Flight will begin providing helicopter service for medical transport in

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12.24.2010

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Utah Governor Expresses Concern, Questions Timing of Interior Department Decision

A decision announced Thursday by the U.S. Department of the Interior to alter the

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12.23.2010

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Enjoy tubing – on a lift-served hill

Amid all the thrills associated with sliding really fast down a mountain on air and rubber, Ryan

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12.22.2010

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Restaurants vying against bars for liquor permits

If you’re treating your prom date to an upscale dinner, you can avoid being stopped at the door

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12.22.2010

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UDOT: South Central Utah Travel Conditions

Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) maintenance forces continue snow removal

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12.20.2010

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Storms cause flooding, boost avalanche risk

It’s wet, wild and relatively warm: A storm system born in the South Pacific and dubbed the

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12.20.2010

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Sterling Scholar Awards: Introduction

The purpose of the Sterling Scholar Awards is to publicly recognize and encourage the pursuit of

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12.17.2010

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Plan identifies best places for solar on US lands

A draft plan identifying prime areas for solar energy projects on public lands in the Southwest

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12.16.2010

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Utah among six states to have solar energy zones

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar on Wednesday unveiled what he described as a "smart from the

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12.16.2010

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Eagle Point ski resort makes its debut

Engulfed in controversy for much of the eight years it was closed, the old Elk Meadows ski area

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12.15.2010

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Southern Utah residents have new ski resort to enjoy

Southern Utah residents now have two nearby options when the urge to go skiing or

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12.15.2010

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State gun just a start for Utah-born inventors

In just a few weeks, the Utah State Legislature, 2011 version, will debate a proposal by Rep.

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12.13.2010

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Wilderness Society wants Utah solar sites targeted to low-impact areas

The Wilderness Society issued a report Monday praising federal land managers for identifying

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12.12.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (December 03) Three to five inches of ice, with some soft edges during

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12.12.2010

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Southern Utah University vice president arrested in prostitution sting

A Southern Utah University vice president was among eight men authorities arrested Friday in

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12.11.2010

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Milford bronco buster on cusp of world title

There will be the equivalent of a winner-take-all Game 7 at the 2010 Wrangler National Finals

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12.11.2010

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Utah’s Cody Wright wins world saddle bronc title

Milford saddle bronc rider Cody Wright clinched his second world championship in three years

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12.09.2010

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UDOT prioritizes future road projects

Utah Department of Transportation officials say rural state highways need $7 billion worth of

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12.06.2010

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National Finals Rodeo: Milford’s Jesse Wright wins saddle bronc event

Milford’s Jesse Wright will always remember his first trip to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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12.06.2010

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Payson’s Feild wins again at National Finals Rodeo

It was another lucrative night for Utah participants at the $5.9 million Wrangler National

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12.06.2010

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Outdoor notebook: Officials propose increase in black bear hunting permits

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is proposing an increase of 53 more black bear

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12.04.2010

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Utahns have big day at NFR

Utah participants hit the jackpot on Friday night during the second round of the $5.9 million

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12.03.2010

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Feds begin wild horse roundup in Utah

Federal authorities are rounding up hundreds of wild horses in Utah’s west desert. The Bureau of

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12.04.2010

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Demand for mental health services rises in St. George

A bad economy, population growth and easy availability of narcotic painkillers are contributing

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12.03.2010

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Feild shares 3rd in bareback

Kaycee Feild of Payson tied for third place in bareback Thursday on the opening night of the

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12.03.2010

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Eagle Point Ski Resort to Open December 15th

Eagle Point, a new ski resort located near Beaver, Utah, is planning to open for the

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12.01.2010

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Six Utahns head for Las Vegas rodeo

After experiencing some turbulence during the 2010 season, the Wright brothers have landed

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12.01.2010

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BLM Announces North Hills and Sulphur Wild Horse Gathers

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) plans to begin removing excess wild horses from the

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11.24.2010

11.29.2010

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Bedeviled by recession, southwest Utah finds recovery elusive

Sun-kissed St. George is Utah’s epicenter of the Great Recession and its repressed recovery.

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11.24.2010

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Utah blizzard ushers in a big chill

Driven by whipping, icy winds, a fast-moving arctic storm pummeled Utah overnight, dropping

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11.24.2010

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Utah municipal power alliance to harness Idaho wind

A consortium of municipally owned power systems in Utah and several other western

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11.23.2010

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Wright will compete at National Finals Rodeo

Utah saddle bronc rider Jesse Wright will compete in the $5.9 million Wrangler National

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11.22.2010

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BLM seeks comments on land plan for Cedar City area

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management invites the public to three meetings next month to help

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11.22.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER RIVER, LOWER: (November 18) Irrigation releases from Minersville Reservoir

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11.21.2010

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Utah wintry weather blamed for power outages, accidents

The snow, rain and freezing temperatures that caused slick roads and multiple accidents over

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11.21.2010

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I-15 reopened between Beaver and Cove Fort

I-15 near Beaver reopened around 9:30 p.m. Sunday after heavy snow and multiple slide-offs

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11.19.2010

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Outdoor notebook

The annual Fantasy at the Bay drive-through holiday light display at Willard Bay State Park

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11.18.2010

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Public to decide which ski ads will tout Utah

The state Office of Tourism has three 30-second commercials ready to go for a $1.1 million blitz

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11.16.2010

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2nd phase begins for wind project near Milford

The second phase of a company’s largest wind project in the nation officially gets under way

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11.16.2010

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No Death Penalty Sought in Killing of Kane County Sheriff Deputy Brian Harris

The Coconino County Attorney David Rozema has decided not to seek the death penalty

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11.16.2010

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Utah’s 222 National Guard unit to deploy in 2011

The Utah National Guard’s "Triple Deuce" artillery unit is getting orders to deploy again.

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11.15.2010

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Renewable Energy Summit Slated for Nov. 15

Samantha Mary Julian, energy and natural resources cluster director for the Governor’s

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11.15.2010

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Wharton: Deer hunt proposals would limit opportunity, increase costs

The Division of Wildlife Resources is offering two proposals that will reduce the number of general

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11.12.2010

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Utah is bullish on alternative fuels

Ivins Mayor Chris Hart is high on natural gas and hopes to cut the southern Utah city’s $25,000

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11.11.2010

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Utah ski resorts line up for early openings

All that snow the past few days is paying off - Brighton Resort has pushed its opening day up a

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11.10.2010

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DWR seeks comments on 3 deer hunt plans

For nearly two decades now, Utah’s deer have struggled despite limits and laws intended to

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11.07.2010

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Daylight Savings Time 2010 Ends November 7 at 2:00AM Local Time

Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of temporarily advancing clocks so that afternoons

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11.04.2010

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Wharton: Deer hunt proposals would limit opportunity, increase costs

The Division of Wildlife Resources is offering two proposals that will reduce the number of general

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11.04.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (October 28) Snow has fallen on the Tushar Mountains, so access

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11.03.2010

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Big Changes Proposed For Utah 2011 Deer Hunt

If you like to hunt deer in Utah, the Utah Wildlife Board wants to know which hunting option you

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11.03.2010

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About 60 Utah schools honored for achievement

The State Office of Education honored 10 schools Wednesday for shrinking achievement

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11.03.2010

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All 4 Utah constitutional amendments head toward passage

Four constitutional amendments received voter approval Tuesday, along with a number of local

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11.02.2010

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Utah Election Results

Follow Beaver County and other Utah election results here.

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11.02.2010

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Election Day 2010 voting logistics

It is Election Day 2010, you get the chance to voice your opinion in our State’s future. In order

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11.02.2010

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Heavy usage crashes state’s voter website

Election Day is off to a rough start for the Lt. Governor’s Office. Heavy usage crashed the

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10.31.2010

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4 constitutional amendments on this year’s Utah ballot

Voters heading to the polls Tuesday will be asked to consider four constitutional amendments and,

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10.29.2010

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Loyalty to friend charged with killing deputy sends Fillmore man to prison

Misguided loyalty to a friend accused of killing a Millard County sheriff’s deputy earlier this year

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10.27.2010

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Early snow gets Utah ski areas bunny-hopping for season

You can’t blame Utah’s ski industry for being excited right now. Whenever the first snow hits

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10.26.2010

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Community bids farewell to Sevier County Sheriff Barney

Sevier County Sheriff Phil Barney was laid to rest Monday in the Salina Eastside Cemetery as

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10.25.2010

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3rd Congressional District campaign interesting but not close

Recent poll results show the race for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District is not a nail-biter. But

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10.23.2010

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Goodbye autumn: Storms bring winter-weather warnings

Saturday’s early taste of winter weather that pelted the valleys with rain and dusted the

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10.21.2010

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Mule Deer Foundation: Sowing Seeds of Wildlife Preservation

Utah residents older than about 40 may remember a time when mule deer dominated

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10.20.2010

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Cutthroat restoration in Clear Creek

Land is not the only thing savaged by wildfire. Rivers, streams and lakes in the areas of

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10.19.2010

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Utah patents for duffle bags, personalized banking and more

Boot articulation support system, patent No. 7,810,258, invented by David Narajowski, Paul

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10.18.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE – Pile Burning on Tushar Mountains

The Beaver County Fire Warden, George Humphreys will attempt pile burning this week at

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10.15.2010

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Julie Jensen: The generous playwright

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it, said philosopher George

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10.13.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER RIVER, UPPER: (October 03) Irrigation flows have ended, so the stream flows are low

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10.12.2010

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Rifle Deer Hunt Shorter This Fall

You might see a few more young bucks when Utah’s general rifle buck deer hunt starts Oct.

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10.11.2010

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Local Educators Battle Against Bullying

Last spring Rowland Hall Middle School took a good hard look at the policies it had in place to

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10.06.2010

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Twitchell fire has had a heavy toll

The Twitchell Canyon Fire has been burning since it was touched off by lightning July 20, and

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10.06.2010

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Utah’s west desert wind project to add turbines

Utah’s largest commercial wind farm is getting bigger. Boston-based First Wind says it has

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10.06.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

All roads closed because of the Twitchell Canyon fire are now open for public travel. Officials

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10.05.2010

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Progress being made on Twitchell fire

Burning since July, many people have wondered why the Twitchell Canyon Fire hasn’t been put

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10.04.2010

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Governor Gary Herbert and Utah Officials Honor Milford Wind Project With Governor’s Quality Growth Award

First Wind, an independent US based wind energy company was recognized by Governor

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10.04.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

Operations continue in Division D, the south end of the fire nearest to North Creek subdivisions.

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10.03.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

Fire containment objectives have continued to make progress and operations section chief Tony

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10.03.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update: 45,126-acres Burned - 76% Contained

The Twitchell Canyon fire has burned 45,126-acres and fire behavior reduced to smoldering.

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10.02.2010

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Sheriff says politics are putting homes & lives in danger of fire

New accusations are surfacing about why the Twitchell Canyon fire continues burning 74 days

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10.02.2010

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10-week-old fire continues to frustrate central Utahns

In Beaver, the landmark "B" on the hillside east of town is barely visible from Main Street. Smoke

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10.01.2010

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Five Utahns qualify for National Finals Rodeo

Five Utahns, led by bull riders Wesley Silcox of Santaquin and Steve Woolsey of Payson, will

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10.01.2010

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Eagle Point formerly Elk Meadows) Ski Resort to Open Mid-December

Eagle Point, a new ski resort located near Beaver, Utah, is planning to open for the

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10.01.2010

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Feds promise to put out Twitchell Canyon wildfire

Local officials and residents say they’re fed up with a wildfire the U.S. Forest Service has

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09.30.2010

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Beaver residents say they’re sick from Twitchell fire smoke

Thick, smelly smoke is becoming too much for people who live near the Twitchell Canyon fire.

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09.30.2010

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Twitchell Canyon wildfires spread forcing road closures for recreationists

Windy conditions and higher temperatures over the weekend have kicked up the Twitchell

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09.30.2010

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Outdoor Notebook: Rockwell Airtime team wins gold in skydiving competition

The Rockwell Airtime team from Utah recently won the gold medal in the intermediate four-way

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09.30.2010

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Former Elk Meadows to open as Eagle Point ski area in Utah

After being dormant for eight seasons - and going through a contentious period when it was

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09.29.2010

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Record high temperatures dot Utah

Nine high temperature records were set in Utah on Tuesday and another tied as the unusually

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09.29.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The lightning caused Twitchell Canyon Fire is currently active in the area of the mountain

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09.29.2010

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Weather warmer than usual for September

Three new high temperature records were set Monday and another Utah record tied, as the

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09.28.2010

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Twitchell fire may pick up speed

After slowing due to higher humidity from a cold front Sept. 22, the Twitchell Canyon Fire

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09.28.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Forest Service will receive initial and oral bids in public at the Beaver Ranger District

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09.28.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The Twitchell Canyon fire was active on multiple fronts again yesterday. Active fire was backing

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09.27.2010

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Twitchell Fire putting up a lot of smoke this week

A warning this afternoon to everyone traveling I-15 or living near Beaver. Officials say the warm

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09.24.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

Higher humidity from Wednesday’s cold front helped cool the Twitchell Canyon Fire today.

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09.23.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

Conservation Officer Brent Farnsworth reports that the lakes have been regularly stocked with

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09.23.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

Moderating weather conditions helped firefighters gain ground on the Twitchell Canyon

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09.22.2010

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Bones of Dinosaurs With 15 Horns, 7-Foot Heads Are Discovered in Utah

Two new species of horned dinosaurs were discovered to have lived in Utah 76 million years

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09.22.2010

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Utah slavery part of big human trafficking case

The Justice Department calls it the largest human-trafficking case in U.S. history. And a key

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09.22.2010

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Census closes Utah operations

The Census Bureau has finished all its follow-up enumeration in Utah for the 2010 Census, and

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09.22.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The lightning caused Twitchell Canyon Fire continued to exhibit extreme fire behavior

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09.21.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

Firefighters worked diligently today and were successful in holding the lightning caused

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09.20.2010

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Firefighters still battling Twitchell fire

Interstate 70 has reopened despite high winds that have fanned the Twitchell Canyon fire to

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09.19.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The Twitchell Canyon Fire is now 22,788 acres. For the third day in a row, the National Weather

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09.17.2010

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Twitchell Canyon fire nears 22,000 acres; hot, gusty weekend feared

Bad news came in twos for crews battling the Twitchell Canyon fire Friday: the central Utah

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09.17.2010

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Chavez-Reyes found guilty of obstructing justice

A jury late Thursday found Ruben Chavez-Reyes guilty of obstructing justice, burglarizing a

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09.17.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The lightning-caused Twitchell Canyon Fire is now 21,738 acres. The National Weather

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09.16.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The lightning-caused Twitchell Canyon Fire is now 20,870 acres. Fire activity was moderate

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09.15.2010

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Lance Kinross Wins 2010 Beaver County Grand Champion Award

Lance Kinross, 10, son of Steve & Frances Kinross of Beaver, Utah, won the Beaver County

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09.15.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Evening Update

The Twitchell Canyon Fire made a significant push to the northeast yesterday as winds drove

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09.14.2010

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I-70 closed through Millard, Sevier County after fire expands Tuesday

Officials shut down I-70 from milepost 1-23, and a campground in central Utah was evacuated

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09.14.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE

On September 10, 2010, Amy Barker, District Ranger of the Beaver Ranger District signed a

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09.14.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Forest Service will receive initial and oral bids in public at the Beaver Ranger District

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09.14.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The Twitchell Canyon Fire is now 11,293 acres. Protection efforts around the historic Kimberly

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09.12.2010

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Kane County bucks trend: Crime rises

Data from a statewide crime survey shows a downturn in the annual rate of serious crimes in

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09.12.2010

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Lawmaker wants Utahns on Medicaid to pay it forward

If the government is paying for your medical care, you should be expected to give something

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09.10.2010

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Trial venue moved for accomplice in shooting of Millard deputy

A 4th District Court judge has decided to move Monday’s trial of an alleged accomplice in the

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09.10.2010

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Twitchell Canyon wildfire swells to 11,000 acres

Strong winds whipped south-central Utah’s Twitchell Canyon wildfire to nearly 11,000 acres

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09.08.2010

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Twitchell Canyon Fire Update

The Twitchell Canyon Fire is now 10,608 acres. Despite gusty winds, minimal growth occurred on

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09.07.2010

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UHP rolls out bulletproof car

The first ballistically-protected police car in Utah is now on patrol. A Sandy-based company

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09.04.2010

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Central Utah blaze grows to 7,000 acres

A lightning fire sparked near Manderfield Reservoir at the end of July has grown to 7,000

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09.04.2010

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Number of stray dogs on the rise near Cedar City

More stray dogs are running around Cedar City, keeping sheriff’s deputies busy and filling up the

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09.03.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (September 02) Conservation officer Brent Farnsworth reports

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09.03.2010

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Slain Kane County Deputy Laid To Rest

A Utah lawman who was shot to death while chasing a suspect in northern Arizona last week

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09.02.2010

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Man will stand trial in Millard County deputy’s death

With an AK-47 sitting in the passenger seat, Roberto Miramontes Roman saw flashing police

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09.02.2010

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The LDS pioneers’ hidden history

Salt Lake City’s Temple Square. Brigham Young’s Beehive House. The east bench’s This Is the Place

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09.02.2010

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Living History; What do Utah’s Independence Day celebrations say about us?

Myton, a little town in the Uinta Basin, celebrated "hip-hip-hurray" Fourth of July in 1911. The day

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09.02.2010

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Mountain Meadows affidavit Hofmann forgery?

Mormon bomber Mark Hofmann’s calling card has popped up again, signaling that the forger’s

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09.02.2010

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Wright re-emerges in West Valley

The Wright Brothers landed at the Maverik Center on Wednesday night. Only the oldest member of

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09.01.2010

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BEAVER DISTRICT FIRE UPDATE

Today fire crews are burning out around the back side of Manderfield Reservoir to preserve the view

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08.30.2010

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Southwest Utah Public Health Department Offers FREE Seasonal Flu Vaccine

The Southwest Utah Public Health Department (SWUPHD) expects to receive their first shipments

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08.30.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Utah Department of Transportation is advertising the following projects that will be

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08.30.2010

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Twitchell Canyon wildfires spread forcing road closures for recreationists

Windy conditions and higher temperatures over the weekend have kicked up the Twitchell Canyon

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08.30.2010

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Utah on track for mildest wildfire season in 10 years

Utah is on pace this year to record the lowest number of wildfires and acres burned by blazes in

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08.30.2010

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Manhunt rattles residents, but police presence eases anxiety

The manhunt along the Utah-Arizona border for suspected cop killer Scott Curley has some

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08.30.2010

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Fire Activity at Manderfield Reservoir

Fire activity on the lightening-caused Twitchell Canyon fire has increased east of the Manderfield

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08.29.2010

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Utah wildfires are kept under control

Summer wildfires are burning the fewest acres in Utah in nearly a decade. The Dixie National Forest

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08.26.2010

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Indian Creek Road to Open for Day Use

Indian Creek Road, which has been closed due to activity from the Twitchell Canyon fire, will

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08.21.2010

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Resolution for former Iron County deputy facing child porn charges

A former Iron County sheriff’s deputy charged with 10 counts of child pornography-related

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08.17.2010

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Hall just seems oddly unloved

The fate of Odd Fellows Hall is on the line today - again. This is the building that will not die. It is

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08.15.2010

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Twitchell controlled fire burns 4,000 acres

A lightning-caused fire in the Twitchell Canyon area near the Manderfield Reservoir has

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08.15.2010

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A story of modern slavery in Utah

Chan, a short man but strong from a lifetime of labor in rice fields, tells how he blundered into a

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08.15.2010

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Football Schedules

Region 13: 8/20 • Millard v. North Sanpete; Beaver v. North Summit; Kanab v. San Juan;

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08.12.2010

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National Forest land fire near Beaver expands to 3,000 acres

A lightning strike-caused fire near Manderfield Reservoir surged from about 1,100 acres

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08.12.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER RIVER, UPPER: (August 11) Flows are low and clear. Small trout are abundant and will

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08.10.2010

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They raise ‘em right down in Beaver

Couple a things you should know about this place: If you happen to drive a German-made

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08.08.2010

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Wildfire continues to burn near Beaver

An approximately 1,000-acre wildfire continued to burn near Beaver on Sunday. Two lightning

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08.07.2010

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Living History: Utah’s Carnegie libraries are a steel magnate’s legacy

In the early 20th century, 23 Utah municipalities had something in common: A Carnegie public

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08.05.2010

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See which schools will give free ACTs to juniors

Starting next school year, more than 80 Utah high schools will give the ACT for free to all

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08.04.2010

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Utah school districts weigh tax hikes

Grappling with budget shortfalls, eight Utah school districts are planning to boost property

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08.03.2010

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PUBLIC NOTICE

A proposed action and Environmental Assessment have been developed for the North

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08.03.2010

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Ten short getaways for Wasatch Front travelers

Basics • Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area is in northeastern Utah and southwestern

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07.31.2010

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First Wind Awards Scholarship to Milford High School Student

Dalaki Livingston, a graduate of Milford High School, will be the recipient of a one-time

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07.30.2010

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Judicial Confirmation Committee asking for public comment

The Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee is asking for public input on five

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07.30.2010

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Outdoor notebook: Chance to adopt a tortoise

People these days are into native plants for their yardscapes, but what about a native species as

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07.30.2010

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Karla Staheli Named Juvenile Court Judge in Fifth Judicial District.

Governor Gary R. Herbert has appointed Karla Staheli as a Juvenile Court Judge in the Fifth

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07.28.2010

Article #000002A1

Man will stand trial in Millard County deputy’s death

With an AK-47 sitting in the passenger seat, Roberto Miramontes Roman saw flashing police

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07.26.2010

Article #000002A0

Utah Jazz’s Jeremy Evans in St. George July 27th 6:00pm Old Gym at DSC

The Utah Jazz has announced that the team’s 2010 second-round draft pick, forward Jeremy

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07.25.2010

Article #0000029F

Days of ‘47 Rodeo comes to close

Lois Harmon, grand matriarch of the rodeo, described this edition of the Days of ‘47 Rodeo

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07.25.2010

Article #0000029E

UPDATE: Hot Springs Wildfire Now 327-Acres and 30-Percent Contained

The latest report on the Hot Springs Wildfire 19-miles north of Cedar City shows 327-acres have

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07.24.2010

Article #0000029D

Outdoor notebook: Expect geology to put you in a festive mood at Bryce

Bryce Canyon National Park is holding its first annual Geology Festival on Friday and Saturday,

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07.24.2010

Article #0000029C

National High School Rodeo Finals: Utah team currently at second

With one day to go, Utah’s high school cowboys and cowgirls are holding on to second place after

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07.23.2010

Article #0000029B

The LDS pioneers’ hidden history

Salt Lake City’s Temple Square. Brigham Young’s Beehive House. The east bench’s This Is the

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07.23.2010

Article #0000029A

Ten Utah ATV rides you might never have heard of

As the number of Utah ATV enthusiasts continue to increase, so do the number of public lands

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07.22.2010

Article #00000299

Brush and tree fires keep crews hopping in Cedar City, Beaver area

Lightning caused two significant fires in Beaver County and near Cedar City over the past few

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07.22.2010

Article #00000298

Wright re-emerges in West Valley

The Wright Brothers landed at the Maverik Center on Wednesday night. Only the oldest

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07.22.2010

Article #00000297

Milford boy inspires team, community

Jed Wunderlich’s positive attitude is probably why he wasn’t cut from Milford’s All South Cal

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07.22.2010

Article #00000296

Update: Badger Wildfire North of Cedar City

The Color Country Interagency Fire Center report that the Badger Wildfire 19-miles north of

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07.21.2010

Article #00000295

Weather should be ideal for holiday celebration

Thunderstorms that rolled through Utah Wednesday should clear out for the July 24

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07.20.2010

Article #00000294

PUBLIC NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE OF DECISION - Beaver City Culinary Water System Improvements - USDA

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07.20.2010

Article #00000293

Utah Pioneer Day Events 2010

Pioneer Day is a holiday unique to Utah, celebrating the trek of Mormon pioneers to the

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07.20.2010

Article #00000292

Garfield marijuana farm busted Monday

More than 50 law enforcement officers raided a large marijuana grow approximately six miles

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07.20.2010

Article #00000291

Driver License Offices Reopening

The Utah Driver License Division has reopened its offices in three southern Utah cities on a part

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07.09.2010

Article #00000290

Counties hammer out conservation plans

It may have happened 14 years ago, but the fury over President Bill Clinton’s surprise creation

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07.07.2010

Article #0000028F

Utah’s wildfire season heats up

The cool rains of May have long since evaporated on the valley floors, and with the

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07.06.2010

Article #0000028E

Milford wind farm project to be put on hold

The developer of Utah’s largest commercial wind farm is putting a plan to expand the project on

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07.01.2010

Article #0000028D

BREAKING NEWS: Fire at Todd’s Market in Minerville caused by electrical malfunction

Todd’s Market, 55 W. Main St., Minersville, caught on fire at approximately 6:30 a.m.,

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07.01.2010

Article #0000028C

2010 Butch Cassidy Festival

Come join us at the 10th annual Butch Cassidy Festival on July 2nd & 3rd, 2010. Free

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06.30.2010

Article #0000028B

Fourth of July celebrations

Beaver City — Independence Day celebration, Beaver City Park, beginning at 9 a.m.; fireworks

... more

06.30.2010

Article #0000028A

July 4th Fireworks Locations

Here is a running list of Firework display locations for the July 4th holiday ~ JULY 4: Milford -

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06.27.2010

Article #00000289

2010 July 4th National Forest Service Campground Update

Campgrounds on the five Utah national forests are expected to be busy over the 4th of July. You can

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06.25.2010

Article #00000288

First Wind Donates to Milford July 4th Fireworks Display and Beaver County Courthouse Museum

First Wind, an independent US -based wind energy company, announced Friday it has

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06.24.2010

Article #00000287

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (June 24) Conservation Officer Brent Farnsworth reports

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06.23.2010

Article #00000286

Protect Infants From Whooping Cough - FREE Vacination

Whooping cough (pertussis) is a highly contagious bacterial illness that can be serious for adults and

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06.21.2010

Article #00000285

Local school districts, state work well together

Last week, school board members and school superintendents from Washington, Iron, Kane,

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06.19.2010

Article #00000284

Judicial nominees named

Five nominees have been named for a new juvenile court judgeship with the 5th District

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06.18.2010

Article #00000283

Ronnie Lee Gardner executed by firing squad

Condemned inmate Ronnie Lee Gardner was executed early Friday morning. The 49-year-old

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06.17.2010

Article #00000282

Gardner moved to observation cell, hopes for eleventh hour reprieve

Death row inmate Ronnie Lee Gardner, who is facing execution by firing squad early Friday,

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06.17.2010

Article #00000281

Gardner’s last moments

Ronnie Lee Gardner will die strapped to a metal chair with a cover pulled over his head. Prison

... more

06.16.2010

Article #00000280

A big fish story at Strawberry: New stocking technique showing tremendous success

Minersville — Improved fishing, especially for anglers trolling from a boat. Mostly catching fish in

... more

06.16.2010

Article #0000027F

It’s all downhill from here: Utah’s cycling descents praised

For every grueling climb of a canyon road, there typically come two rewards for a cyclist. First,

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06.15.2010

Article #0000027E

Electric cars spark Utahns’ interest

At least 200 Utahns are hoping to get a charge out of driving a 100 percent electric car. The Nissan

... more

06.14.2010

Article #0000027D

History of American Flag

For more than 200 years, the American flag has been the symbol of our nation’s strength and

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06.14.2010

Article #0000027C

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (June 11) Conservation officer Brent Farnsworth reports

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06.12.2010

Article #0000027B

Losing herself in service

One of the biggest surprises for people when they get to know Sister Yvonne Hatt, a nun

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06.10.2010

Article #0000027A

Grant funds illegal immigration fight in county

Washington County is getting access to federal databases in an effort to combat illegal

... more

06.09.2010

Article #00000279

Changes looming in Utah wild horse program

The head of Utah’s wild horse and burro program said Wednesday there is no doubt the

... more

06.09.2010

Article #00000278

S. Utah counties to join program to deport criminal immigrants

Three southern Utah counties have joined a partnership between local jails and federal

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06.07.2010

Article #00000277

Tooele depot getting wind power

The desert of western Utah is about to join the natural energy revolution. The Tooele Army

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06.01.2010

Article #00000276

Ethics initiative falls short by more than 20,000 signatures

The Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Office issued final signature counts Tuesday for two statewide

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05.28.2010

Article #00000275

PUBLIC NOTICE

The purpose of this Scoping Document is to inform you of a project the Beaver District

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05.28.2010

Article #00000274

Veteran helps Utah rodeo get off ground

Veteran saddle bronc rider Rusty Allen tackles a new challenge this weekend. He is the official

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05.28.2010

Article #00000273

Rifle shell casings, gun, knives seized in investigation of deputy’s death

No firearms were found on Roberto Miramontes Roman when he was arrested in the fatal

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05.28.2010

Article #00000272

There’s nothing like a small-town Utah festival

Every summer, Utah celebrates its unique heritage with major events that draw thousands

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05.27.2010

Article #00000271

McEntee: Psychiatric hospital expansion needed now more than ever

Last Friday night, five people walked into the University Neuropsychiatric Institute, every one

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05.26.2010

Article #00000207

Open campgrounds for Memorial Day weekend

Below is a list of Forest Service campgrounds that may be open for the Memorial Day

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05.22.2010

Article #0000026F

County tables bill

Beaver County is putting its proposed land bill on hold after two open house meetings in Milford

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05.22.2010

Article #0000026E

Milford students protest selection

Milford High School students organized and carried out a walkout on Wednesday during

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05.21.2010

Article #0000026D

Mining outfit in Utah shuts down, files bankruptcy

A mining outfit in Utah’s west desert has shut down operations, furloughed employees and

... more

05.20.2010

Article #0000026C

Ten Utah ATV rides you might never have heard of

As the number of Utah ATV enthusiasts continue to increase, so do the number of public lands

... more

05.20.2010

Article #0000026B

Utah corrections director warns of possible emergency releases by this summer

Dwindling prison beds, a decimated budget and a heavy flow of newly sentenced criminals will

... more

05.19.2010

Article #0000026A

Black Gaming Demolishing Oasis casino in Mesquite

Bankrupt Black Gaming LLC is preparing to demolish its closed Oasis casino in Mesquite

... more

05.19.2010

Article #00000269

Utah’s Copper King Mining files for Chapter 11

Copper King Mining Corp., a Utah-based company that built and operated a $60 million

... more

05.19.2010

Article #00000268

Utah lawmakers investigate cause of high gas prices

Utah lawmakers called a meeting at the Capitol Wednesday to discover the cause of high gas

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05.18.2010

Article #00000267

Careful Where You Eat Out! Public Health Department List of Businesses Operating in Non-Compliance of Health Regulations

The Utah Southwest Public Health Department released the following list of businesses in the

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05.17.2010

Article #00000266

Hollywood Video closing shop

Hollywood Video stores in Cedar City and St. George are among 2,000 stores closing across

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05.15.2010

Article #00000265

Military chaplains fulfill religious duties at home, while deployed

It has been said people often turn to faith while in foxholes, but as a military chaplain for the

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05.12.2010

Article #00000264

Utah gas prices increase 8 cents per gallon

Gas prices in Utah continue to rise. AAA Utah says the average price of a gallon of gas in Utah

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05.12.2010

Article #00000263

West Nile virus detected in S. Utah

Health officials in Washington County say the West Nile virus has been detected in a sample of

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05.11.2010

Article #00000262

Orem student wins anti-smoking prize

Eleven-year-old Leah Barry vows to never use tobacco, and she hopes others will choose to

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05.11.2010

Article #00000261

Community says goodbye to officer who lost his life in the line of duty

A community reached out as an officer who was killed in the line of duty was laid to rest May 5.

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05.11.2010

Article #00000260

Southern Utah Life In Brief

It’s time to think about entering the trebuchet or catapult contest for the Minersville Punkin’ Fest

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05.06.2010

Article #0000025F

Seniors focus on health with conference at Heritage Center

Seniors who want to improve their health and well-being will gather for the 8th Annual Senior

... more

05.05.2010

Article #0000025E

Hatch wants hard look at science behind radiation exposure payouts

U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch is asking a national panel to take a fresh look at the science behind the

... more

05.05.2010

Article #0000025D

Students compete in chemistry

Wide-eyed and ready to compete despite an early morning start, students from across the

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05.04.2010

Article #0000025C

DWS offering 24 internships

The program is funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. It offers 24

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05.03.2010

Article #0000025B

Will sage grouse and wind farms mix? Researchers to find out

For almost two months, wildlife biologists in southwestern Utah have bundled up against the

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04.30.2010

Article #0000025A

Update: Sheriff’s officer killed in accident

A Sevier County Sheriff’s Office officer was killed in an accident shortly before midnight Thursday.

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04.30.2010

Article #00000259

Prison overcrowding could lead to early releases

Overcrowding in Utah’s State Prison could force inmates out early and into your neighborhood.

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04.30.2010

Article #00000258

Fair accents energy options

The radio deejay at the second annual Renewable Energy Fair at Milford High School

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04.30.2010

Article #00000257

Cheer on Ironman

About 2,500 people will test their endurance and fortitude Saturday when they take part in the

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04.29.2010

Article #00000256

Bass regulations could be changed to two standards

Few things get Utah anglers more stirred up than changes to the fishing regulations. Utah

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04.29.2010

Article #00000255

Fishing spot of the week: Minersville Reservoir

Where >> Minersville Reservoir, west of Beaver ... Species >> Rainbow trout and

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04.29.2010

Article #00000254

Chat Roulette: Utah AG says it’s ‘Pure Voyeurism’ and dangerous for kids

Chat Roullete has taken off in popularity online. It is a virtual meeting place for anyone in the

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04.29.2010

Article #00000253

Spring snow showers to hang around northern Utah

Springtime in the Rockies can mean snow showers and that's what northern Utah valleys

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04.27.2010

Article #00000252

Wind project to add 68 turbines

A large wind project in Utah’s west desert is getting bigger. Boston-based First Wind says it

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04.27.2010

Article #00000251

Extra fee for sex offenders

Sex offenders will now have to pay more money to live in certain Utah communities. Some towns

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04.27.2010

Article #00000250

ICC hears SITLA swap proposal

The Iron County Commission was addressed by State of Utah Schools and Institutional Trust

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04.26.2010

Article #0000024F

Milford energy fair is set for April 29

The second annual Milford Renewable Energy Fair is scheduled for Thursday, April 29, at the

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04.26.2010

Article #0000024E

Interior secretary blows into Milford High

Interior Secretary Kenneth Salazar was a man of many hats on Monday during a visit to Milford

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04.26.2010

Article #0000024D

Africanized bees expanding in the Beehive state

State inspectors have found nearly 100 colonies of Africanized bees in Washington, Iron

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04.26.2010

Article #0000024C

Hospital administrator honored for work

Craig Davidson, administrator of Beaver Valley Hospital and Milford Valley Memorial Hospital has

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04.25.2010

Article #0000024B

Catholic priest marks 50 years

Christ the King Catholic Church’s the Rev. Msgr. Michael J. Winterer will celebrate his golden

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04.25.2010

Article #0000024A

New vehicles aid Utah County’s first responders

As Utah County sheriff’s deputies closed in on an armed, suicidal man by Utah Lake one day last

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04.25.2010

Article #00000249

Fire threat low for southern Utah

Moisture, and a lot of it, is expected to keep much of southern Utah’s fire danger below or at

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04.25.2010

Article #00000248

Luhm: Horse racing runs distant last in Utah

I’ve often joked with my wife, family and friends that divine intervention led me Utah, where

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04.24.2010

Article #00000247

Students compete in chemistry

Wide-eyed and ready to compete despite an early morning start, students from across the

... more

04.23.2010

Article #00000246

Brother of slain Millard County deputy found dead

The family of a slain Millard County deputy is mourning for the second time in less than four

... more

04.23.2010

Article #00000245

Saying ‘thanks’

Amid the hustle and bustle of life, sometimes we forget to stop for just a moment to say ‘thank

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04.22.2010

Article #00000244

Downwinder claims

A coalition of senators from the West is proposing to expand the number of Americans

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04.22.2010

Article #00000243

Utah students earn awards from Daniels Fund

Sixteen students from schools throughout Utah have been named Daniels Scholars based on

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04.21.2010

Article #00000242

Officials: Look for marijuana fields while on hikes or hunting

Officials in southern Utah are reminding hikers, hunters and local residents to be on the lookout

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04.20.2010

Article #00000241

Bipartisan bill would compensate more downwinders

People throughout seven Western states --- including anywhere in Utah -- who were exposed

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04.20.2010

Article #00000240

Winning water bottled in Beaver

Beaver knows how to quench a person’s thirst with its water from the Tushar Mountain Range.

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04.19.2010

Article #0000023F

Weather: High winds will announce coming cold front

It seems to happen every year in Utah. Temperatures hit the high 70s, fruit trees flower

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04.19.2010

Article #0000023E

Prescribed fires planned in Beaver County

In preparation for an 8,000-acre prescribed fire planned for this summer, Bureau of Land

... more

04.14.2010

Article #0000023D

New protection incentives announced for sage grouse; Utah begins study

With 44 percent of its habitat lost to agriculture, urban development and other threats like

... more

04.14.2010

Article #0000023C

Census forms due in mail by Friday

Local census workers are encouraging residents to mail in their census forms before Friday’s

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04.14.2010

Article #0000023B

6 nominated for Utah Supreme Court vacancy

The Utah Supreme Court Nominating Commission has selected six nominees for an upcoming

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04.13.2010

Article #0000023A

Iron County law enforcement team up for sick girl

The Iron County Sheriff’s Office and the Cedar City Police Department are teaming up to help a

... more

04.12.2010

Article #00000239

UDOT announces top 25 summer projects

The Utah Department of Transportation outlined summer construction plans, including 7 projects

... more

04.11.2010

Article #00000238

Agriculture industry thriving

On the national level, analysts have fretted over the decline of farm real estate, a decrease in

... more

04.10.2010

Article #00000237

Attorney arrested in alleged fraud case

A St. George defense attorney was arrested Friday on charges of prescription drug fraud

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04.09.2010

Article #00000236

Sides gear up for new water fight

Ranchers, county governments, conservation groups and the Goshute tribe are crafting

... more

04.09.2010

Article #00000235

Utah Mobile Vet Center visiting Southern Utah

The Utah Mobile Vet Center will be visiting St. George, Cedar City and Beaver next week.

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04.07.2010

Article #00000234

Applications being accepted for judgeships

Applications are now being accepted for upcoming vacancies on Utah courts. There will

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04.04.2010

Article #00000233

Students participate in Sterling Scholar competition

One hundred and ninety students representing 15 high schools and five school districts will

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04.02.2010

Article #00000232

Gov. Herbert OKs DNA collection on some suspects

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has signed a bill into law that requires suspects arrested for a violent

... more

04.02.2010

Article #00000231

Brian Head on market for $34.75M

Brian Head Ski Resort went on the market Thursday for $34.75 million. CB Richard Ellis,

... more

04.01.2010

Article #00000230

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: (Fair) Most of the lakes can be accessed by snowmobile. Fishing

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04.01.2010

Article #0000022F

Drug task force makes three arrests

After three months of undercover investigation, the Washington County Drug Task Force

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04.01.2010

Article #0000022E

Qwest seeks grant to expand fast Internet access in Utah

Qwest Communications wants to expand its broadband connections to the Internet into

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03.26.2010

Article #0000022D

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (March 18) The ice is retreating and, depending on the temperatures

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03.24.2010

Article #0000022C

2 men caught using skimmers on gas pumps in Richfield

Richfield police have arrested two men they say were stealing people’s credit and debit card

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03.23.2010

Article #0000022B

Death penalty sought for inmate in guard’s killing

Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for an inmate accused of killing a Utah prison

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03.22.2010

Article #0000022A

Utah County to review fees for home-based funerals

Before Parr Young died in January, he and his wife Kathleen decided on a home funeral. There

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03.22.2010

Article #00000229

Milford man burned pouring fuel on fire

A 38-year-old Milford man was burned over 60 percent of his body when a gas can he was

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03.20.2010

Article #00000228

The extinction of Utah’s rural colleges

When, by some miracle, Scott Frederick graduated from Manti High School 30 years ago

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03.17.2010

Article #00000227

Police crack down on motorcycle gang

Three booby-trap attacks on an anti-gang task force in Southern California prompted the

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03.15.2010

Article #00000226

Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training Council Sanction 8 Former Utah Police Officers

Douglas L. Paulsen spent nearly 20 years protecting the people of West Valley City as a

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03.15.2010

Article #00000225

2 face August hearing in killing of sheriff’s deputy Josie Fox

A three-day preliminary hearing has been set for August for the two men charged in connection

... more

03.13.2010

Article #00000224

I-15 pileup forces brief freeway closure; no injuries reported

A major pileup on I-15 forced the brief closure of the freeway Saturday afternoon. Officials

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03.13.2010

Article #00000223

Snow forecast for parts of Utah

This weekend’s snowstorm is expected to dump 1 to 2 feet of snow on central and eastern Utah

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03.11.2010

Article #00000222

Outdoor notebook: Officials consider changes for elk hunting

Utah wildlife officials are considering two significant changes for elk hunting in Utah. The

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03.10.2010

Article #00000221

Touch of success

They can’t see words on a page, but reading is at their fingertips thanks to Braille. Fifty-two

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03.09.2010

Article #00000220

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (March 04) The ice is getting soft around the edges and thinner all

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03.09.2010

Article #0000021F

Snow Mixed With Rain Prompts Travel Advisories and Restrictions in southern Utah

Heavy snow mixed with rain has caused the Utah Highway patrol and Utah Department of

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03.09.2010

Article #0000021E

Cold, wet weather hampers traffic

The latest round of winter weather played a part in a few highway accidents and several slide-offs

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03.08.2010

Article #0000021D

Jones: Every day is Browning Day

In a world where every dog has its day, Ogden native John Moses Browning is having a devil of

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03.04.2010

Article #0000021C

222nd to deploy

In anticipation of imminent deployment, the 2nd Battalion, 222nd Field Artillery Unit of the Utah

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03.02.2010

Article #0000021B

Additional charges filed in connection with slaying of Millard County deputy

Prosecutors have filed additional charges against two men in connection with the fatal shooting a

... more

03.02.2010

Article #0000021A

House supports limits on federal officers

The House passed 65-4 a bill attempting to limit the authority of federal officers, specifically from

... more

03.02.2010

Article #00000219

Beaver: Hometown of Butch Cassidy, Las Vegas stars and awesome kids

Beaver -The freeway exits on the north and south end of town glow in the darkness like

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03.01.2010

Article #00000218

Noel pushes to restrict federal law enforcement

Clashes between federal and local law enforcement in southern Utah -- including the

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02.28.2010

Article #00000217

State agencies ignoring new immigration law

Eight months after Utah required governmental entities to verify their employees are legally able

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02.28.2010

Article #00000216

Flight path to the future

Weather permitting, work crews should begin laying pavement at St. George’s new airport this

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02.26.2010

Article #00000215

Wet storm welcome, but we need more

With most big storms missing the Wasatch Front this winter, water officials had to be happy

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02.26.2010

Article #00000214

Courts want new judge, but not without funding

Court officials said Thursday they would gladly avoid a controversial judge transfer by creating

... more

02.25.2010

Article #00000213

El Niño may send storms south again this weekend

That pesky El Niño is affecting Utah weather again. The phenomenon caused by unusually

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02.25.2010

Article #00000212

Substitute bill would add a new judge, rather than transfer a position

Lawmakers opposed to a bill that aimed to move a judge position from northern to southern Utah

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02.24.2010

Article #00000211

First Wind’s Milford project honored with an Excellence in Renewable Energy Award

First Wind, an independent United States wind energy company, was recognized during the

... more

02.23.2010

Article #00000210

Geothermal Power Land For Lease In Utah

The federal government planned to hold a lease sale Tuesday for public lands suitable for

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02.22.2010

Article #0000020F

Aid groups face challenging year

Lost jobs and lost homes have left thousands of Southern Utah residents in need of help, and

... more

02.19.2010

Article #0000020E

Agriculture packs big financial punch

Farming is a key player in Utah’s economy, more so than previous studies have shown.

... more

02.18.2010

Article #0000020D

Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: The ice is over 12 inches thick. The recent warm weather is melting

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02.18.2010

Article #0000020C

February’s been warmer than normal so far

Does it feel like February has been warmer than normal in the Salt Lake area? Well, it’s true.

... more

02.17.2010

Article #0000020B

Functional home gains attention

There will always be a place for the spectacular during the St. George Area Parade of Homes,

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02.17.2010

Article #0000020A

Accessibility easier than it looks

Most people look at square footage, number of bedrooms, kitchen space and curb appeal when

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02.17.2010

Article #00000209

Morgan County is Utah’s healthiest; Carbon is worst

According to a new report, Utah’s healthiest counties are places where residents take

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02.16.2010

Article #00000208

Utah’s Joint Criminal Apprehension Team marks 10 years, 10,000 arrests

First, there was the scream of joy from the mother. But what supervisory deputy U.S.

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02.16.2010

Article #00000207

Police warn of electronic ‘skimming’ scam at gas pumps

Police in Sandy discovered a device capable of transmitting credit card numbers and bank

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02.15.2010

Article #00000206

Millard High School student gets inaugural First Wind scholarship

Utah’s newest and largest wind farm has blown in its first Utah scholarship recipient, providing

... more

02.13.2010

Article #00000205

Program offers students chance to be "Judge for a Day"

Utah court officials are preparing for the state’s fifth "Judge for a Day Program," an event that

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02.13.2010

Article #00000204

SWATC offers new courses

Taking advantage of the unique energy resources in Southern Utah, Southwest Applied

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02.12.2010

Article #00000203

Higbee up for appeals court seat

Fifth District Juvenile Court Judge Thomas Higbee has been named one of a half dozen

... more

02.12.2010

Article #00000201

Shift a judge to Southern Utah, report says

The Legislature Auditor General’s Office has said a "limited review" of judicial workloads shows

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02.12.2010

Article #00000200

Aid groups face challenging year

Lost jobs and lost homes have left thousands of Southern Utah residents in need of help, and

... more

02.09.2010

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Utah cowboys off to a fast start

Only one month into the 2010 rodeo season, Utah cowboys are riding high.

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02.06.2010

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Local News In Brief

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources will be hosting the annual Bald Eagle Day Celebration

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02.04.2010

Article #000001FD

Federal grant aims to stimulate growth in energy jobs

A $4.6 million federal grant is invigorating a broad-based effort by state government,

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02.03.2010

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Drew Brees knows how to make an impact

Nobody was suspicious enough to check the birthmark on Drew Brees’ face just to make sure

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02.03.2010

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Utah high court officials opposing bill take case to media

Concerned over proposed legislation that would allow the governor to pick the chief justice of the

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02.01.2010

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Beware Of Census Scams

It’s time for the 2010 census. In the next few months, all residences in the United States will

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01.30.2010

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Power company seeks public input

A Rocky Mountain Power project to add a high-voltage transmission line to move larger voltages

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01.29.2010

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Learn about big-game drawings and other upcoming events

“The drawing odds usually don’t change much from year to year,” said DWR wildlife licensing

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01.25.2010

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Milford wind farm nominated for award

The Milford Wind Corridor Project has been nominated for the Renewable Energy World’s

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01.25.2010

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Milford students work with First Wind

The future of Southern Utah looks promising if The Wind Kids are any indication. Milford High

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01.22.2010

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Bill to make strangulation a felony again falls short in legislature

A bill that would require a strangulation offense to be prosecuted as a felony will succumb to

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01.18.2010

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Weather triggers crashes, snarls holiday traffic in northern Utah

A snow storm in northern Utah on Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday made roads and highways slick

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01.18.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

BEAVER RIVER, LOWER: (January 07) Ice covers much of the stream, which makes fishing

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01.17.2010

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State’s firefighters train at Dixie Center event

Great plumes of smoke rose from behind the Dixie Convention Center throughout the day

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01.14.2010

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How you can help in Haiti

As the magnitude of the disaster in Haiti unfolds; Utahns want to know how they can help. We are

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01.14.2010

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Dairy association taps 2 college women as 2010 dairy ambassadors

The statewide dairy association has named the Utah Dairy Ambassadors for 2010. Kimberlee

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01.14.2010

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What’s Up Down South?

Renewable energy is playing a major role in development in Beaver County, said Rob Adams,

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01.13.2010

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Court record sealed in death of Millard Co. sheriff’s deputy Josie Greathouse Fox

A judge has ruled that basic information prosecutors used to justify a criminal charge

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01.13.2010

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At Cyprus High, learning about wind power is hands-on

On most days, the wind turbine that quietly spins in the breeze high above the north end of

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01.12.2010

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UHP asks drivers to slow down, move over

“I was walking toward my vehicle and heard the sound you every state trooper hates to hear.

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01.12.2010

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Tearful farewell in Millard County for slain deputy Josie Fox

She was remembered as funny, tough and wild. She was described as competitive, honest and

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01.12.2010

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Snow makes I-15 more scenic

Those who have driven Interstate 15 between Southern Utah and Southeast Idaho know it’s

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01.08.2010

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Roughin’ It Outdoors Fishing Report

MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: (January 07) The ice is about 10 inches thick, but the water level is

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01.06.2010

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2 men arrested in deputy’s murder

Two men wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a Millard County sheriff’s deputy

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01.05.2010

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Slain Millard Deputy Identified, Manhunt Underway For 2...

A statewide manhunt is underway to find the suspects who are believed to have shot and

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01.05.2010

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Delta Community Mourns Fallen Deputy

A small Utah community is coping with the death of a sheriff’s deputy shot and killed during a

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01.04.2010

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No injuries reported in southwest Utah earthquake

Residents in Cedar City were slightly rattled Monday when a 4.1 magnitude earthquake

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01.04.2010

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Flu vaccination clinics planned for southern Utah communities

Southern Utah health officials are planning a series of clinics for swine flu and seasonal flu

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01.04.2010

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Exercise shows emergency personnel prepared in Milford area

On Nov. 21, a number of people, myself included, were rescued from a fire in the old

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01.03.2010

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VVMC greets Baby New Year

Bianca Gabriela Lozoya Vega is Valley View Medical Center’s 2010 Baby New Year.

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01.02.2010

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Officers mourn K-9 killed on duty

After hearing gunshots Friday night, officers turned a corner to find their newly certified

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01.02.2010

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Area law officials battling graffiti

Graffiti has generally been considered a problem for cities larger than Cedar City and its

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01.02.2010

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At border motel, New Year rings in twice

Early Friday morning, the loneliest outpost on America’s loneliest highway was filled with kids

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01.01.2010

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Officials probe possible carjacking

St. George Police and Arizona Department of Public Safety officers responded to a fight and

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