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12.26.2012

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A patent for when just one needle shot won’t do

Double–barrel syringe and handles for use with double–barrel syringes, patent No. 8,337,450,

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12.22.2012

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Air quality, the EPA, and Northern Utah

Our poor air quality is well–known. The Utah Air Quality Board and the State’s Air Quality

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12.21.2012

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Utah educators have mixed reactions to guns–in–schools proposals

The National Rifle Association’s call on Friday to put armed police officers in every school and a

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12.20.2012

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Officials of Utah’s Copper King Mining sanctioned

A federal judge has entered a final judgment that imposes penalties against former Copper

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12.20.2012

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Utah troopers, deputies let impaired motorist drive, lawsuit says

A couple is suing the Utah Highway Patrol and the Beaver County Sheriff’s Office for releasing

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12.15.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Utahns Feild, Wright win world titles

Nine Utahns qualified for the 2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Two are coming home as

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12.15.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Lehi’s Lewis triumphs in steer wrestling

Tom Lewis’ dream come true got even better Friday night. After qualifying for the first

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12.13.2012

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Highway Patrol memorial crosses moved to private land

The two large memorial crosses, each flanked by an American flag, are clearly visible to

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12.13.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Payson’s Kaycee Feild within reach of 2nd straight title

Payson’s Kaycee Feild didn’t clinch his second consecutive world bareback championship

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12.12.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Utah’s Bennett wins bareback event

Caleb Bennett of Morgan, Utah, isn’t performing like a rookie. Bennett posted a score of 85 and

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12.11.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Utah’s Robinson ties for first in tie–down roping

Spanish Fork’s Clint Robinson is warming up. Robinson tied for first place with Ryan Jarrett

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12.11.2012

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Rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers get bucked in Round 5

The Wright brothers went 0–for–3 Monday night. Neither Cody Wright, Jesse Wright nor

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12.08.2012

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Rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers top Round 3 in saddle bronc

Utah’s Jesse and Jake Wright hit the jackpot in Round 3 of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo

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12.07.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Utahn Kaycee Feild ties for 1st in bareback

Reigning world bareback champion Kaycee Feild of Payson, Utah, shared first place in Round 2

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12.06.2012

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National Finals Rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers dominate at saddle bronc

Utah’s Wright brothers have taken flight at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Jake and Jesse

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12.06.2012

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Utahns in National Finals Rodeo

2012 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo: The top 15 money–winners in each event qualified,

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12.05.2012

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Allgier gets life without parole for killing Utah Corrections officer

Curtis Michael Allgier was free for 45 minutes. Never again. The 33–year–old, heavily tattooed

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12.05.2012

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Comeback was unlikely, but Utah bullrider going to national finals

Even if Tag Elliott doesn’t earn one penny at the $6.1 million Wrangler National Finals Rodeo,

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11.29.2012

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New regions created without much controversy

The school board members from across the state didn’t exactly grasp hands and sing

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11.29.2012

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UHSAA finalizes realignment for next two years

Utah’s high school athletic classifications and regions are now set for the next two years. And

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11.27.2012

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Public invited to regional meetings on hunting with raptors

Discussion on the rules of using raptors to hunt wild game in Utah will be the focus of a series

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11.26.2012

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McEntee: ‘Negro Bill Canyon’ not only Utah site with questionable name

Louis Williams has good reason to object to the name Negro Bill Canyon, a cleaned–up version

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11.21.2012

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St. George woman shot at end of high–speed chase in serious condition

A St. George woman was in serious condition Wednesday, two days after she was shot by a

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11.15.2012

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Ski Utah forecasts successful year for resorts

More ski resorts are opening for the season and Ski Utah is forecasting a successful year. It

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11.12.2012

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Utah ski resorts begin opening this week

Here’s a look at when Utah ski resorts are planning to open.

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11.11.2012

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Departing storm, cold temps contribute to 117 accidents

The weekend’s three–day snowstorm dropped as much as 18 inches of snow in areas along

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11.08.2012

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Wind, snow expected to come to Utah

Get ready for a change in the weather. Windy conditions Thursday are expected to usher in

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11.07.2012

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Little North Creek Prescribed Fire Up–date Sheet

Project Name: Little North Creek Prescibed Burn – Fishlake National Forest, Beaver Ranger

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11.07.2012

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Utah Election Results

2012 General Election Preliminary Results

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11.06.2012

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Obama Re–Elected in Landslide: Projected Results

President Barack Obama has been re–elected in a virtual landslide, according to projected

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11.06.2012

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Road to be closed for repair in Fishlake National Forest

Kimberly Road, Fishlake National Forest road 113 (also known as the Mill Creek Road), is

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11.05.2012

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Meetings to discuss Utah’s big–game rule changes

Some major changes to Utah’s big–game hunts have been implemented in the past few years.

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11.01.2012

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DEA cites dramatic drop in marijuana grown in Utah

Rotting white onions sit underneath a juniper tree. Short pieces of narrow black tubing sit in a

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10.30.2012

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B–u–s–t–e–d: Utah’s tougher texting law may nab more drivers

Utah’s texting–while–driving law has been called one of the toughest in the nation. The

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10.29.2012

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Christmas tree permits for federal lands to go on sale

The National Forest Service has announced the dates when Christmas tree permits will go on

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10.28.2012

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5 unforgettable ghost town adventures across the state of Utah

Five ghost towns are among the Utah sites that will allow you to see some of our state’s most

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10.24.2012

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Early snow brings skiers to northern Utah slopes

The lifts aren’t running and the snow that fell in northern Utah mountains could soon melt. But

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10.24.2012

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Accused killer of Utah deputy sentenced to 10 years on lesser charges

Hunter Winn, just 15 when her mother was killed, stood before the judge, remembering a

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10.18.2012

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Former Utah jail officer to serve time for domestic violence

A former Beaver County jail officer was fined and will spend five days in jail after he pleaded

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10.15.2012

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Note explains reasoning behind Allgier plea deal

In a surprise move last week, Curtis Allgier unexpectedly pleaded guilty to the 2007 killing

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10.13.2012

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Autumn rain forces park closures in southern Utah

An autumn storm poured at least a quarter inch of rain in most areas of Utah. Southern Utah

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10.12.2012

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Beaver County jail officer accused of domestic violence

A Beaver County jail officer has been arrested, jailed and fired in the wake of an alleged

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10.11.2012

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Spencer Wright is Rookie of the Year in saddle bronc

Spencer Wright has been named the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s

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10.10.2012

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Utah Areas Identified For Solar Farms

The U.S. Department of the Interior has identified three locations in Utah that are prime

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10.09.2012

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Conviction tossed after 19 years, freed man wants Utah to pay up

He calls himself Smokey, an original gangster who for a time moved "85 pounds of

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10.09.2012

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Mountain man cabin burglar spotted in Sanpete County

The infamous "mountain man" cabin burglar, who has eluded authorities for five years

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10.09.2012

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Utah Fire Resources Being Stretched Thin

Utah Fire resources are being stretched thin again. New rounds of wildfires are keeping

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10.05.2012

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Wyoming grad student chasing history of Butch Cassidy

On a bright, clear Friday afternoon, John "Mac" Blewer stood outside the entrance to the

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10.04.2012

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Massive reseeding war begins on charred fire front in Sanpete County

A massive aerial and ground attack began this week and will continue until the ground freezes

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10.04.2012

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DWR begins reseeding early using four times the usual seed

Given the number and size of burn scars left by this summer’s wildfires, Utah officials are

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10.03.2012

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Lawmaker takes up climate concerns in wildfire bill

Sara Ma knew from the start it would be an uphill battle to get her state leaders to start

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10.03.2012

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Allgier pleads guilty to killing Utah prison officer during escape attempt

Curtis Michael Allgier stood surrounded by attorneys and armed officers, dressed in

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10.03.2012

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S. Utah wildfire exceeds 2,500 acres, but crews make progress

A southern Utah wildfire had blackened slightly more than 2,500 acres by Wednesday, but

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10.02.2012

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Utah forecast: After a last summer blast, cooler temps

It’s a Moody Blues forecast for Utah’s mid–week: The summer sun is fading as the year

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10.01.2012

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Roundabout Fire

Fire crews were fighting a 100–acre wildfire that started Monday afternoon in central Utah. Jason

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09.29.2012

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Volcano power possibilities erupting in Utah’s Black Rock Desert

The land south of here is mostly flat, sprawling and full of cheatgrass and sagebrush, a

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09.27.2012

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Utah sting busts 22 for lacking contractor licenses

A first–of–its–kind sting operation by Utah state regulators in St. George and Davis County

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09.25.2012

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Rain Helping Firefighters Dowse Wildfires

With rain comes some relief for firefighters. The Seeley fire in central Utah is now almost fully

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09.25.2012

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Utah forecast: After rain, snow, autumn sunshine rambles on

Autumn is only three days old, but Utah’s Wasatch Front mountains are already dusted

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09.23.2012

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Dry as dust: Drought has western Utah in choke hold

Western Utah is enduring its driest year ever. And, while the government climate map

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09.20.2012

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Two Inmates Escape From Uintah County Jail

Police are looking for two inmates who escaped from the Uintah County jail early Wednesday

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09.20.2012

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Utah’s fall colors on display early this year

Taking a fall drive to view the changing colors is an annual rite for scores of Utahns, but those

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09.19.2012

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Utah’s 80 mph zones to be permanent, more test zones may come

Speed demons rejoice: Permanent 80 mph speed limits are coming to two sections of

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09.18.2012

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Smash for Cash

Carson Gifford, student body vice president at South Sevier High School, rears back to take a

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09.17.2012

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Top 10: Small–town diners –serving up Utah flavor

The franchise restaurants off just about every freeway exit are the quick dining choice for

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09.12.2012

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Poll: Voters would support renewable energy projects

For Santa Clara businessman Steve Sevy, the aftermath of flooding from a failed

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09.11.2012

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PUBLIC NOTICE NATIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS FOR SALE

FISHLAKE NATIONAL FOREST COMMERCIAL CHRISTMAS TREES FOR SALE

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09.06.2012

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Cops seek help searching for the ‘Mountain Man’

The Sevier County Sheriff’s Office is reaching out to people heading into the region’s wild

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09.06.2012

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’Mountain Man’ campsite found in Southern Utah

The Sevier County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man who has been seen in the Seven Mile/

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09.05.2012

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Alleged cabin burglar thought to be moving north

An elusive mountain man accused of burglarizing cabins in Iron, Garfield and Kane

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09.01.2012

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A wet weekend, flooding potential, ahead for Utah

Thunderstorms and rain, heavy at times, was expected to continue this the weekend

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09.01.2012

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Russell Greathouse’s statement on Román acquittal

As if the news our family received the morning of Jan. 5, 2010 wasn’t painful enough Judge

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09.01.2012

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Flooding, mudslides force evacuations in Saratoga Springs

Flooding and mudslides caused by heavy rains forced Saratoga Springs residents from their

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09.01.2012

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A wet weekend, flooding potential, ahead for Utah

Thunderstorms and rain, heavy at times, was expected to continue this the weekend

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08.29.2012

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Murdered Provo man was not a ‘snitch,’ according to testimony

Six hours after Andy Purcell was fatally shot on the front porch of his mother’s Provo home last

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08.25.2012

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Román trial: Doubt takes hold

The first thing they did was poll one another. They said the words aloud: five for guilty, three

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08.23.2012

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Utah forecast: Here comes the rain

There’s a Neil Young–esque forecast for Utah: "See the sky about to rain, broken clouds and

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08.22.2012

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WANTED: Michael Contreras

WANTED FOR AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ABUSE OF A CHILD $250,000 MURRAY PD • IF YOU HAVE

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08.22.2012

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Strong Wind Fuels Two Wildfires

Wind continues to fuel two fires burning out of control in South Central Utah. The "Box Creek

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08.22.2012

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Utah forecast: Here comes the thunder and rain

A flash flood watch was in effect through Thursday afternoon for central and southern

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08.21.2012

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Drought and wildfires threaten Utah’s wild horses

The blackened grass charred by a wildfire is so brittle it crunches like potato chips under the

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08.21.2012

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Tushar Timber Sale is located within T30S R5W Sections 3 & 10 SLBM. The Forest Service

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08.21.2012

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Hollow Stream Salvage Sale is located within Dry Hollow Drainage, T30S, R5W,

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08.21.2012

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Crews look to cloudy skies for help on wildfires

Crews hoped to take advantage of predicted thunderstorms and rainfall to gain the upper

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08.20.2012

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Beaver County Wildfire Contained

A wildfire burning near Beaver County has been contained. The blaze burned more than 60

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08.18.2012

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Román’s acquittal in Deputy Josie Fox murder shocks, angers

Keara Brown moved to Delta just months before the shooting. She never knew Deputy Josie

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08.17.2012

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Jury acquits defendant of killing Deputy Josie Fox

Following a week–long trial and eight hours of deliberation, a jury late Friday night acquitted

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08.17.2012

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Weekend Express: Your fun–stuff planning tool

We’re here to help you plan your weekend, with best picks from our entertainment reporters,

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08.16.2012

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Accused killer claims Deputy Josie Fox was killed by her own brother

The man accused of killing Millard County sheriff’s Deputy Josie Greathouse Fox took the

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08.14.2012

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Millard County deputies testify about finding fallen officer

One by one, Millard County sheriff’s deputies took the witness stand Tuesday, fighting back

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08.14.2012

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Here’s a patent for when the low–tech way just won’t do

Apparatus for cleaning a nasal cavity, patent No. 8,241,236, invented by Mark J. Yardley of

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08.14.2012

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Changing how Utah looks at growth

The governor, Salt Lake County mayoral candidates and other officials are saying we

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08.13.2012

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Defendant’s words turn against him in trial for killing of Deputy Josie Fox

As the trial for the man accused of shooting and killing a Millard County sheriff’s deputy got

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08.11.2012

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Trial begins Monday for man accused of killing Deputy Josie Fox

Millard County Sheriff Robert Dekker sees the marker every day as he drives from to work

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08.11.2012

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Crews hope rain outweighs lightning in Utah wildfire battles

Crews on Saturday worked doggedly to complete containment lines around several

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08.10.2012

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Living History: The elegant Boston and Newhouse buildings were Utah’s first skyscrapers

When you look up at the Boston and Newhouse buildings on Exchange Place just off Main Street

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08.10.2012

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Southern Utah wildfire threatening 10 structures, including home

Crews on Saturday were battling to hem in several fires sparked by thunderstorms

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08.08.2012

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Ouch! July in U.S. was hottest ever in history books

This probably comes as no surprise: Federal scientists say July was the hottest month ever

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08.01.2012

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Utah forecast: Thunderstorms, then hot and dry statewide

The return of hot, dry weather was predicted Thursday across Utah after thunderstorms and

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07.31.2012

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‘Black fingers of death’ offer ecological hope against cheatgrass

The black spears, no longer than a babys eyelashes, protruded in a row from the seeds

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07.31.2012

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Goat Watch event scheduled for Aug. 4

On Aug. 4, the Division of Wildlife Resources will host its annual Goat Watch on the Tushar

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07.31.2012

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Utah forecast: Flash flood watch for much of state

Thunderstorms, along with predictions for isolated heavy rains, had much of Utah under a

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07.30.2012

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New study links wildfires and climate change

A new study has found a strong link between climate change and wildfire. It appears to

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07.30.2012

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‘Slavery’ case dismissal frustrates Utah ‘victims’

The two Thais are strong men, but they wept Monday. One even abruptly jumped up from an

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07.30.2012

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Rodeo: Utah cowboys Kaycee Feild, Jesse Wright cash in at Frontier Days

Two Utah cowboys cashed big paychecks for their performances in the $821,600 Cheyenne

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07.28.2012

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Short takes

The federal government is putting science and dollars into formation of "solar energy zones"

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07.25.2012

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Info: Modified fire restrictions

Some of the fire restrictions in SW Utah will be modified effective Thursday July 26, 2012 at

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07.24.2012

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President Obama takes step to expedite solar power across West

The Obama administration moved Tuesday to streamline the development of large–scale solar

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07.24.2012

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Scarred land recovering 5 years after Milford Flat wildfire

The largest wildfire in Utah’s history started on July 7, 2007 when lightning struck a fence post

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07.24.2012

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Interior establishes three ‘solar energy zones’ in Utah

The Interior Department on Tuesday designated 285,000 federal acres in the West as "solar

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07.22.2012

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Two wildfires, including new OMG, burning in Utah

Even as authorities gained control of two fires, a new wildfire, this one sparked by lightning,

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07.21.2012

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Milford rider Wright earns national title

Milford’s Rusty Wright capped off a week of competition at the National High School Finals

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07.21.2012

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Baboon Fire flare–up 50 percent contained

An additional 1,700 acres have burned in Beaver County since the Baboon Fire flared up

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07.20.2012

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Baboon Fire flares up again in Beaver County

Though the Baboon Fire was declared contained four days ago, flames sprang up again Friday

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07.15.2012

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Burning through money: The cost of Utah wildfires

Fire season has only just begun, but Utah’s wildfires have already burned more than half of

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07.15.2012

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Rodeo: Bennett wins bareback at Vernal

Caleb Bennett took another step toward qualifying for his first–ever National Finals

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07.15.2012

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3 Utah wildfires corraled, Seeley Fire to be contained Monday

It’s burned 48,038 acres in a national forest and along a scenic byway, but the Seeley Fire’s days

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07.14.2012

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Heavy rains helping crews get upper hand on Utah wildfires

Teresa Rigby looked at building storm clouds Saturday and smiled. After weeks of near–

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07.13.2012

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Weekend Express: Your fun–stuff planning tool

Friday and Saturday, Beaver City Hall, 60 W. Center St., Beaver. Beaver celebrates Butch

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07.13.2012

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Firefighter’s conundrum: Storms bring rain – and lightning

Firefighters on Friday were trying to get the upper hand on several new blazes and hoped a

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07.12.2012

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New Utah wildfires sparked as lightning strikes

New wildfires were keeping crews busy across Utah, but firefighters were near containment on

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07.05.2012

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The crusher

A group of racers cycle along a dirt portion of the Crusher in the Tushar course during last

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07.05.2012

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Crusher in the Tushar gears up for round two

Last year 180 cyclists from 14 states turned out to tackle the inaugural Crusher in the Tushar

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07.03.2012

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Utah’s 2012 4th of July celebrations

Several communities will celebrate Independence Day with parades and fireworks

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07.03.2012

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Despite tragedy, helicopters increasingly vital to rescues

As summer gets into full swing, it’s prime time for search and rescues. Teams all over the state

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07.02.2012

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Alleged killer of Josie Fox is mentally retarded, judge rules

A judge ruled Monday that the man charged with killing a Millard County sheriff’s deputy is

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06.30.2012

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UHP trooper dies during search and rescue operation

A Utah Highway Patrol trooper died Saturday during a search and rescue operation on the

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06.30.2012

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Utah law enforcement scanning license plates

Drive your car over aspen–covered Boulder Mountain in southern Utah or park it in

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06.29.2012

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Defunct Utah mining company to pay millions to SEC

A U.S. District Court magistrate judge has ordered Copper King Mining Corp. and three

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06.29.2012

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L.A. may oppose mine expansion near Bryce

Los Angeles wants to quit coal, and some officials there want no part of an expanded

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06.29.2012

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FIREWORKS EXECUTIVE ORDER

Upon recommendation from Governor Herbert, Beaver City has adopted four stages in order to

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06.26.2012

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Fire Restriction Order: Milford City

MILFORD CITY: The State Forester has stated all unincorporated private and state lands within

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06.26.2012

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Fire Restriction Order: Minersville City

MINERSVILLE CITY: The State Forester has stated all unincorporated private and state

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06.26.2012

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Fire Restriction Order: Beaver City

BEAVER CITY: The State Forester has stated all unincorporated private and state lands within

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06.24.2012

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Rodeo: Feild, Jesse Wright hit jackpot in Reno

Two Utah cowboys hit the jackpot during the $488,000 Reno Rodeo, which concluded

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06.20.2012

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University of Utah’s new president to tour the state

When David Pershing was chosen to lead University of Utah this winter, he vowed to tour

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06.19.2012

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Sun, sweat and bears – a warning to Utah campers

The dry year that’s shaping up in the West could leave bears hungry and increase the

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06.14.2012

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Utah counties seek state funds to help eradicate noxious weeds

Jerry Caldwell stands up to his ankles in light–brown weeds, an agricultural scourge that has

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06.14.2012

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Utah counties to share $36M in federal funds

Rural Utah communities this year will get a share of $36 million from the federal

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06.14.2012

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High Fire Danger Promts Statewide Fire Restrictions

Current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and

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06.12.2012

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Utah sheriffs back away from plan to scan license plates

Two federally donated license plate scanners meant to track drug trafficking won’t be

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06.10.2012

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Conservative lawmaker Wright faces primary challenge

Merrill Nelson fires numerous attacks at state Rep. Bill Wright: He’s extreme; he nearly

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06.08.2012

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High school rodeo: Bucking the norms, rivals become friends

CoBurn Bradshaw noticed the son of a two–time world champion saddle bronc rider hesitate

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06.06.2012

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Ogden PD stands by use of license plate scanner system

The Ogden Police Department is using a new high–tech system to help officers fight crime.

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06.06.2012

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Strong Wind Fuels Two Wildfires

Wind continues to fuel two fires burning out of control in South Central Utah. The "Box Creek

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06.05.2012

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Investigators visiting scene of fatal air tanker crash in Utah

National Transportation Safety Board investigators began inspecting the site of a fatal

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06.05.2012

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Utah ski resort visits down 10 percent last winter

Visits to Utah ski resorts last winter dropped 10 percent from the previous season, thanks to

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06.04.2012

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NWS issues red flag warning for Utah

The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning because of high winds for much of

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06.03.2012

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1 man in critical condition after semitrailer rollover

A man was in critical condition Sunday after a semitrailer rollover on I–15 in Beaver County.

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06.03.2012

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Beaver County fire contained

Fire crews have fully contained a blaze burning in Beaver County. The Bell 47 fire started about

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06.02.2012

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Utah firefighters contain one blaze as another starts

While efforts wound down with one wildfire, another was sparked Saturday night in Beaver

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05.30.2012

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Farmers stall the march of Mormon crickets

A month ago, Utah farmers and ranchers were staring down an advancing horde of bugs. It

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05.30.2012

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Top 10: Small–town drive–ins worth their fare are Utah staple

Next time you drive Utah’s highways and byways – maybe on summer vacation – don’t

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05.27.2012

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Endurance racing: Runners, bikers want bigger summer challenges

As a pro racer, Salt Lake City resident Burke Swindlehurst thought he knew what bikers

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05.25.2012

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ACLU seeks info on how police scan license plates

The American Civil Liberties Union is raising concerns about why police are scanning license

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05.25.2012

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Report: Balancing recreation, energy development benefits Utah communities

Each year in September, hundreds upon hundreds of ATV enthusiasts converge on this

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05.23.2012

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State: 2011 Utah growth was less than Census figured

A state committee decided Wednesday that Utah’s population is growing a bit more slowly

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05.23.2012

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Utah’s high country welcomes early visitors

Perhaps nature is making up for lost time. Last year, heavy snowpack delayed plans for high–

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05.23.2012

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2012 Memorial Day Forest Service campground status and safety tips

It’s time to gather up the kids and the camping gear and head to your favorite camping spot.

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05.22.2012

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First Wind Awards Scholarships to Delta and Milford High School Students

First Wind, an independent U.S.–based wind energy company, announced Tuesday the 2012

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05.20.2012

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Eyes on the road

The fact that members of the Utah Legislature expressed some suspicion about a request to

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05.20.2012

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‘Ring of Fire’ eclipse puts on a show for southern Utah crowds

Cheers, applause, howls and even a rendition of the chorus to Johnny Cash’s famous song filled

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05.19.2012

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Woman dead after possible alcohol-caused crash

One woman is dead after a crash in Beaver County Friday night. Officials with the Utah

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05.17.2012

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DEA Proposes License Plate Scanners

Drivers traveling through Washington and Beaver Counties on I–15 may soon have their

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05.17.2012

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DEA wants to scan license plates on I–15 in southern Utah

Every car traveling on I–15 in southwestern Utah would have its license plate scanned under

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05.17.2012

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Feds want license plate scanners in Utah

Federal authorities hoping to install license plate scanners along Interstate 15 in southern Utah

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05.16.2012

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DEA wants to scan all license plates on Utah’s ’drug corridor’

Everyone driving on Interstate 15 in southwest Utah may soon have their license plate scanned

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05.14.2012

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Governor Herbert Authorizes Lowering the Flags for Peace Officers Memorial Day

Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert has authorized the lowering of the Flag of the United States of

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05.09.2012

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Wild Chase With Teenager Ends In Southern Utah Wreck

Police have been chasing a 16–year–old boy who allegedly stole his family’s van and took

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04.25.2012

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Rural Utah praises revision in prairie dog battles

Communities and residents who say they have been held helplessly hostage to colonies of

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04.17.2012

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Up the creek

Subject is the Monroe Canyon road and Monrovian Park. The road up Monroe Canyon

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04.17.2012

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Milford Renewable Energy Fair set for April 26

The fourth annual Milford Renewable Energy Fair will be presented April 26 with an array of

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04.14.2012

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30 vehicles involved in multiple crashes on snowy I–15

Snowy weather caused several crashes near Beaver in Southern Utah on Saturday afternoon.

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04.14.2012

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Snow, accidents pile up in central and southern Utah

Travelers through central and southern Utah faced snowpacked roads Saturday. The National

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04.13.2012

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Sales tax fund to fuel millions in road work

Transportation officials figure that a new law earmarking 30 percent of growth in sales tax

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04.13.2012

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Puny counties

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, these Utah counties, each with a population well

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04.12.2012

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Wildlife: State to host viewing of Rocky Mountain goats

Humans are not the only climbers fond of Utah’s mountains. Mountain goats can be seen

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04.11.2012

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People involved in road rage incident tell their side of story

The people who ended up with a bullet hole in their truck as the result of a road rage incident

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04.10.2012

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Road rage leads to gunfire on I–15

A California man is behind bars Central Utah, charged with attempted aggravated murder,

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04.09.2012

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Utah deer hunters may have 500 fewer permits

State wildlife officials are proposing 500 fewer deer–hunting permits this year as they prepare

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04.05.2012

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Snowbasin ski resort closing early

On the heels of a mild winter, Snowbasin Ski Resort is closing a little earlier than usual.

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04.05.2012

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Tom Wharton: Always evolving, yet still focused on Utah

I wrote my first opinion column for the Granite High Granitian when I was 17. I wrote a sports

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04.04.2012

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Provo–Orem, Heber in nation’s top 10 in growth

Provo–Orem, Heber City and St. George – and, to a lesser extent, Salt Lake County – were

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04.04.2012

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Green grass means ski season coming to an end

The Seeholzer family had big plans for this winter season, particularly after last year’s

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04.04.2012

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Easter forecast: Utah skiers, campers, art lovers should all be happy

Early April usually marks the transition from the ski season to camping and golfing in much of

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04.04.2012

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PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PROPOSED ACTION

The Beaver Ranger District of the Fishlake National Forest is proposing to salvage fire

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04.04.2012

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PUBLIC NOTICE Request for Comments Piute County

Beaver District Ranger Amy Barker has received a request from Piute County for a minerals

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04.03.2012

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Utah an active player in geothermal market, with 11 new projects in development

Utah continues to be a strong player in the geothermal industry, outpacing most of its

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04.01.2012

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Border Patrol needs more leeway on federal lands, Bishop says

It would prevent the U.S. Interior and Agriculture departments, which oversee most

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03.29.2012

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Despite lack of snow, Utah ski season finishes strong

The 2011–12 Utah ski season wasn’t memorable, but it did have a few highlights.

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03.26.2012

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DWR to set number of buck deer permits available for fall hunting season

State wildlife officials will be deciding in May how many buck deer permits will be available

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03.26.2012

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Fishing Utah

Michael Hadley, a fisheries biologist with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, sent in

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03.21.2012

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Hiking Utah: Utah video warns of marijuana grown on public lands

As the temperatures warm and hikers and outdoor enthusiasts return to Utah’s mountains,

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03.18.2012

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St. George food bank has belated dedication

The Utah Food Bank on Wednesday belatedly dedicated a year–old branch in St. George that

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03.17.2012

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Fields earns distinguished service award for library

Richfield City’s library director is scheduled to receive a state recognition for the work she has

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03.15.2012

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Little snow has been rough on Beaver County ski resort

The mild winter has made it rough for Utah ski resorts, especially resorts that don’t make their

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03.07.2012

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Eagle Point Resort Twins Make It Fun

If you have been to the Eagle Point Resort recently, you may have seen double. Jeron

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03.06.2012

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80 mph zones on I–15 could become permanent

Can’t drive 55? How about 80 instead? A Utah Dept. of Transportation study of 80 mile per

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03.06.2012

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Sun, rain, wind and snow all expected for Utah today

From sun, to wind, to rain, and yes, even some snow. Utah residents were expected to see

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03.02.2012

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Heavy snow triggers crashes, but relief is on the way

Frozen road surfaces and heavy snowfall created massive headaches for commuters in

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02.29.2012

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Winter storm warnings in effect as wind, snow hit Utah

A snow storm had already dumped several inches of the cold white stuff across northern

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02.27.2012

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Bountiful man sentenced for obstructing murder investigation

A Bountiful man who lied to police about coming in contact with a murder weapon has

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02.24.2012

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Calif. Murder Suspect May Have Left To Meet UT Woman

Russell Goldberg is accused of killing his wife and leaving the state of California. So how did

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02.23.2012

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I–15 reopens following standoff with murder suspect

More details are surfacing about a standoff Wednesday night that shut I–15 near Beaver

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02.22.2012

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Standoff with Calif. murder suspect ends with self–inflicted gunshot wound

A section of I–15 was expected to remain closed until about midnight Wednesday

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02.20.2012

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Road Trippin’ – Travel With KUTV to Eagle Point

Eagle Point Lodging – For an authentic experience, stay in a ski–in ski–out condo.

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02.16.2012

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Bill passes Utah House committee for another shot at federal lands control

After Utah made headlines in 2010 and declared that it had the right to grab land from federal

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02.15.2012

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Missing Beaver man found alive, stranded in snow

Beaver County authorities on Wednesday located an 82–year–old man who had been

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02.15.2012

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Utah forecast: Snow and rain, temperatures in the 40s and 50s

The National Weather Service was predicting more rain and snow Thursday morning in the

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02.06.2012

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Snowpack well below averagein Utah’s dry, warm winter

Utah’s unusually dry winter shows no sign of turning around halfway through the season,

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02.02.2012

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Winter weather advisory issued for much of Utah

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for much of central and

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02.01.2012

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Guns in the open

The mythical times of the Old West, where cowboys strode the streets with six–guns

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01.28.2012

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Tardy opening for Utah’s Eagle Point

The southern Utah ski area Eagle Point opened for the season this weekend, a month later than

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01.27.2012

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Eagle Point resort finally opens for ski season

The latest storm did it. Eagle Point ski area finally was able to open Friday, with the resort

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01.24.2012

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Utah House OKs bill to help contact family after accidents

A proposed change to Utah law could make it easier for law enforcement to contact the family

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01.09.2012

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What would dry winter mean for Utah’s forests?

A lurking drought this winter could leave Utah’s forests primed for fires or new waves of beetle–

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01.07.2012

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Finally, snow! New storm blankets northern Utah

Heavier–than–expected snowfall covered much of Utah Saturday as a storm system struck the

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01.05.2012

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UtahsRight: A look at drug charges filed by courts

Three Utah district courts had a rate of drug charges filed that was more than twice the

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01.05.2012

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1 officer killed, 5 injured in Ogden shooting

One of six police officers shot while serving a search warrant at an Ogden home Wednesday

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01.04.2012

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Fearing for future, rural Utah towns fight for post offices

Washington politics are threatening the heart of this hardscrabble town stretched along the

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01.03.2012

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Downwinder clinics slated

Two outreach clinics for downwinders are scheduled to take place in Millard and Sevier

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01.01.2012

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Mystery plane crash remembered 75 years later

"I remember, as a kid, a gunny sack full of plane parts setting on my grandfathers porch," said

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