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12.30.2011

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Canyons students back in class Monday, despite federal holiday

Despite the fact Monday, Jan. 2 is the official federal New Year’s Day holiday this year,

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12.27.2011

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Thankful for Triple Deuce support

When a group of residents decided to "get the band back together" for Coins for a Camouflage

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12.18.2011

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Recession improved Utah’s roads

The recession aggravated unemployment and foreclosures, sliced paychecks and shattered

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12.15.2011

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Large part of the 222nd home

The Utah National Guard’s public affairs office announced Dec. 7, Pearl Harbor Day, that the

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12.10.2011

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National Finals Rodeo · Cody and Jesse Wright surprise at finals

The wrong Wright won Saturday night at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – at least as far

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12.09.2011

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First Wind Announces Opening of Applications for Third Year of its Signature Scholarship Program

First Wind, an independent U.S.–based wind energy company, announced that applications

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12.07.2011

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Payson’s bareback rider Kaycee Field still dominating

Kaycee Feild took advantage of a re–ride for his fourth victory in the first seven rounds of the

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12.07.2011

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Large portion of the 222nd coming home

The approximately 475 soldiers of the 2nd Battalion 222nd Field Artillery of the Utah Army

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12.05.2011

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Radon in Utah homes can lead to lung cancer diagnosis

Charlie McQuinn never smoked a single day in his life. Yet, he wound up with lung cancer. The

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11.28.2011

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UHP celebrates holiday weekend without fatal accidents

Utah had no fatal accidents over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, leading the Utah

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11.25.2011

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Historic steam engine on display in Utah

Union Pacific’s Steam Engine No. 844 is on display at the Intermodal Hub in Salt Lake City

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11.23.2011

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Historic steam train visits Utah

Union Pacific’s Legendary ‘844’ steam locomotive made a few stops in Utah on Wednesday.

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11.17.2011

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Eagle Point ski resort gearing up for second season

In this economic environment, opening a new ski resort – or, in the case of Utah’s Eagle Point,

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11.17.2011

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Big storm to wallop Utah Friday night

An intense winter snowstorm will sweep into Utah Friday night, causing hazardous driving

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11.17.2011

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UtahsRight: A look at divorce filings by court district

The highest rate of divorce filings in Utah is found in the Third District Court, which includes

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11.16.2011

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UHP takes logo off crosses, but will that be enough?

Every time Brian Hutchings drives by the Utah Highway Patrol’s Murray headquarters just off of

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11.16.2011

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UHP association ponders how to keep crosses as memorials for troopers

The Utah Highway Patrol Association isn’t giving up the fight to keep 12–foot–high crosses

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11.16.2011

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Four more Utah ski resorts open this weekend

Four more Utah resorts open this weekend as the 2011–2012 ski and snowboard season

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11.10.2011

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New law: Drivers in fender benders must exit freeway

If you happen to be in a fender bender on Utah’s freeways, you need to pull off onto the

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11.08.2011

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Utah forecast: Partly cloudy days, frigid overnights

Partly cloudy and chilly skies are forecast for Utah as it enters the mid–week with a hazardous

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11.07.2011

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Faulty motor blamed in Circle Four fire that killed 1,700 pigs

A faulty motor powering an automated feed system is being blamed for a weekend fire at

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11.06.2011

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5th arrest made in Utah County homicide case

Authorities have made another arrest in connection with a Utah County homicide case.

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11.05.2011

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Electrical problem ignited fire that killed hundreds of hogs

Investigators say an electrical malfunction ignited a fire at a barn housing hogs at the Circle

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11.04.2011

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Crews battle Beaver County pig farm fire

A fire is ravaging a building containing pigs at the Circle Four Farm, requiring a full attack by the

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11.02.2011

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Woman charged with obstructing homicide investigation

A 36–year–old woman remained behind bars Wednesday night after Provo police allege she

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11.02.2011

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Kane County ready for inmates at new jail

It took 20 years, but Kane County finally cut the ribbon Wednesday on its new Public Safety

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10.31.2011

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Antelope Island a refuge for native Utah fish

Antelope Island · "What kind of fish live there?" It is one of the first questions people unfamiliar

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10.27.2011

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Salazar releases ‘roadmap’ for solar energy zones in 6 states, including Utah

Utah’s 17,700 acres of federally–proposed solar energy zones represent the nation’s "sweet

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10.26.2011

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Utah forecast: Hard freeze warning issued for Wasatch Front

The National Weather Service has issued a hard freeze warning covering portions of northern

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10.24.2011

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Pratt & Whitney: Utah’s Raser caused own downfall

The company that built the generating units for the failed Thermo 1 power plant near Beaver

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10.23.2011

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13 file to fill Orem mayoral vacancy

Current and former City Council members and a former state legislator are among the 13

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10.22.2011

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Utah study recommends against merging park rangers with wildlife officers

Utah State Parks rangers and Division of Wildlife Resources conservation officers should not be

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10.21.2011

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Pumpkins will fly at Fremont Indian State Park Saturday

Fremont Indian State Park will be holding its Family Halloween Festival Saturday. Activities

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10.19.2011

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Southwestern Utah school awarded for test scores, reading

Kids in the small town of Milford have a big reason to celebrate: They recently received a

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10.19.2011

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Residents, counties urge state parks to remain open

A committee of lawmakers heard pleas by county officials and state park advocates to back off

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10.18.2011

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Experts: Fire up incentives for Utah forest energy

Utah’s woods are loaded with energy potential that land managers want to tap to create an

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10.17.2011

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Changes at Utah ski resorts modest this year

After a short offseason that followed an abundant winter, Utah ski resorts are hoping the

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10.17.2011

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‘Blue Alert’ system to warn public of attacks on police

Starting Monday, a person who attacks a police officer and flees could find his description

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10.17.2011

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Eagle Point ski resort gearing up for second season

In this economic environment, opening a new ski resort – or, in the case of Utah’s Eagle Point,

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10.14.2011

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In Beaver, Herbert extols virtues of education, diversification

Gov. Gary Herbert got a real taste of central Utah’s economy Friday during a visit to Beaver

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10.14.2011

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Burning wood to save West’s trees

Putting wood chips to work could be the West’s best hope at saving its forests. Right now, there

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10.09.2011

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Portions of 8 Utah streams studied for protection

Federal officials this week proposed to protect portions of eight streams in southern Utah noted

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10.09.2011

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Soldiers sign on to stay with 222nd

While the 2nd Battalion 222nd Field Artillery of the Utah Army National Guard continues its

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10.08.2011

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Southwestern Utah school makes strides, receives national recognition

Temporary students and teachers were once a challenge for Milford Elementary, but with

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10.08.2011

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Landslide closes state Route 14 in Iron County

A large landslide on state Route 14 early Saturday led to the popular, scenic roadway’s

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10.08.2011

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Steve Luhm: Utah’s Jake Wright falls $85 short of National Finals Rodeo

All the rodeos. All the dusty roads and bone–rattling miles. All the bumps, all the bruises. Utah

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10.04.2011

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Rodeo: Jake Wright, Allen just miss National Finals berth

If baseball is a game of inches, rodeo is a game of nickels and dimes. Utah saddle bronc riders

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10.03.2011

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Utah House redraws congressional map on governor’s request

The state Senate passed on Monday a controversial "pizza slice" plan on how to draw

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10.03.2011

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Nine Utah streams considered for wild and scenic designation

Segments of nine rivers and streams in southwest Utah have been deemed eligible for

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09.30.2011

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Utah farmers are harvesting the Internet

Ranchers at Grouse Creek live in such an isolated area of Box Elder County that they

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09.29.2011

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5 Utah cities cancel November elections thanks to new law

Five Utah cities are taking advantage of a new law that allows them to cancel municipal elections

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09.28.2011

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Soldiers continuing role in Operation New Dawn

While soldiers are not allowed to discuss many specifics of their mission while in Iraq, the 2nd

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09.26.2011

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Utah Demo leader criticizes Kane County raises

Utah Democratic State Party Chairman Jim Dabakis criticized members of the Kane County

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09.24.2011

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Raser says it’s victim of $100 million ‘joke’

Only a few years ago, Provo‘s Raser Technologies Inc. proudly boasted that its new

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09.21.2011

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Utah lawmakers debate impact of alternative energy incentives

If they didn’t know it already, legislators learned Sept. 21 that any idea of providing state tax

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09.20.2011

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No early release for Delta artist who fatally shot husband

A Delta artist who says she killed her husband in self–defense will have to serve all 15 years of

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09.19.2011

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More Susan Powell searchers flock to Topaz Mountain

The search for Susan Cox Powell moved six miles down the road Monday and involved searchers

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09.15.2011

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Two Utah schools win national award

Two Utah schools have been named 2011 National Blue Ribbon Schools for academic

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09.13.2011

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Feds’ snail study ups ante in Vegas water fight

Federal wildlife officials have agreed to consider federal protections for more than two dozen

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09.12.2011

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Officials: Fire in Zion National Park contained

Firefighters are monitoring a southern Utah wildfire in Zion National Park that they say has

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09.05.2011

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Herbs Fire burning in Southern Utah

The lightning caused "Herbs Fire" is still burning on Herbs Point. It’s in a remote area of the Kolob

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08.30.2011

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Utah weather: ‘Red Flag’ fire danger for western Utah

Hot, dry and gusty weather Tuesday was expected to give way to isolated thunderstorms

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08.29.2011

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Fishing Spot of the Week – Beaver Mountains

About a dozen small lakes or reservoirs are accessible on Beaver Mountain east of Beaver

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08.25.2011

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News roundup: Huntsman dead last in new poll

Huntsman last in latest poll. Hatch may still face a tough race. ACLU: Utah’s public defender

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08.23.2011

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Mobile animal clinic hits Circleville

More than 200 cats and dogs went under the knife in Circleville last week as a mobile spay and

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08.23.2011

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Utah ski resort promoter headed for prison

The law came down hard Tuesday on Marc Sessions Jenson, a key figure in a failed attempt

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08.18.2011

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Another huge marijuana growing operation found & destroyed

There’s been yet another bust of a major pot growing operation in Utah. Thursday, law

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08.18.2011

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Beaver County pot farm raid yields 8,000 plants

It was still dark Thursday morning as about six dozen law enforcement officers gathered at the

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08.18.2011

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Burger with Relish: Music

All Time Low is riding high into town based on the mainstream success of its latest pop–rock album

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08.18.2011

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You can lead a deer to ...

One of the positive outcomes of the federal stimulus money was the building of the wildlife

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08.17.2011

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Begin your T–Bird experience with SUU’s "Outdoor Adventure"

Southern Utah University’s Outdoor Engagement Center, SUU Outdoors and the Outdoor

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08.16.2011

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2011 high school football schedules

Beaver Beavers Coach: Steve Hutchings (7th year) 2010 Record: 7–4 Aug. 19 – at North

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08.16.2011

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Ski Utah pushes 14–resort pass

Ski Utah’s latest marketing push – a pass good for one day next season at each of the state’s

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08.15.2011

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Old text, new wrinkles: Did Butch Cassidy survive?

Did Butch Cassidy, the notorious Old West outlaw who most historians believe perished in a

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08.09.2011

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PUBLIC NOTICE IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR DRINKING WATER

Tests Show Coliform Bacteria in Kent’s Lake/Tushar Water Systems. Our water system

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08.09.2011

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Floyd’s Folly Sale is located within T30S R5W Sec. 3 & 10, South Fork of the Beaver River.

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08.07.2011

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Crews continue to battle southern Utah wildfires

Crews continued to battle fires in southern Utah on Sunday, including the Wrangler wildfire that

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08.06.2011

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Crews battling Central Utah wildfire by land and air

Lightning is suspected of starting a 4,000-acre wildfire near the border of Beaver and Iron

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08.05.2011

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Public frustration high as Congress members return to home states

The Chaffetz 2012 tour continues Monday, with the two–term congressman holding four town

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08.02.2011

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Clinics shocked by loss of state funding

Public health advocates say fewer poor Utahns will get the medical services they need – from

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07.29.2011

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Iron County sheriff: Pot farms linked to Mexican drug cartels

Somewhere in an Iron County landfill, buried deep under mountains of malodorous refuse, a

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07.28.2011

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Wells Fargo warns of new scam, urges customers to be skeptical

Wells Fargo bank officials Thursday warned customers about a new scam that could appear

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07.26.2011

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PUBLIC NOTICE

The Merchant Valley Sale is located within T.29S, R.5W, Section 8 & 9, SLBM. The Forest Service

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07.25.2011

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This isn‘t their first rodeo: Riders race to dominate Days of ‘47

If bareback riders Steven Dent, Ryan Gray, Bobby Mote and Jason Havens were weary after

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07.25.2011

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Utah boys win national rodeo title

Led by a first–place finish in tie–down roping and a domination in the bull riding competition, Utah

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07.25.2011

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State parks: High cost of small water parks raises tough questions

Small rural state water recreation parks such as Huntington, Hyrum or Steinaker are among eight

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07.24.2011

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Days of ‘47 Rodeo finale Monday night

After a one–day break, the annual Days of ‘47 Rodeo concludes Monday night with its final

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07.24.2011

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Youngest Wright brother continuing saddle bronc legacy

Brady Nicholes can’t stop himself from laughing as his traveling partner considers the

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07.23.2011

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National High School Rodeo Finals: Utah still trailing Texas

Heading into the final performance of the National High School Rodeo Finals on Saturday,

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07.23.2011

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Field Guide: Mountain Goats

Likely native to Utah in the past, the Mountain Goat was re–introduced to Utah in the late

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07.22.2011

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Progress on fires, but peril looms large

Crews had closed containment lines around northern Utah’s remaining wildfires Friday, and

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07.20.2011

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National High School Rodeo Finals: Utah leads at halfway point

At the midway point of the National High School Rodeo Finals the state of Utah currently sits a

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07.19.2011

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Days of ‘47 Rodeo: Milford’s Wright tops in second round

It was a saddle–bronc extravaganza Tuesday night at Maverik Center. Cody Wright, of

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07.18.2011

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Utah 24th of July Pioneer Day events – 2011

Pioneer Day celebrations on Saturday, July 23rd 2011. The celebrations will begin at 6:30am at

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07.18.2011

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After a decade, ‘public–private’ rest stops seen as mostly good

Like most marriages, the good comes with some bad. But partnerships between Utah and five

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07.15.2011

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In Utah wildfires, culprits get away with their money

Ren Egbert paused for a moment before admitting it: Start a wildfire in Salt Lake County,

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07.12.2011

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Crusher in the Tushar bike race tackles range Saturday

A 69–mile bicycle race scheduled for Saturday, July 16, in the Tushar Mountains has attracted

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07.08.2011

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Beaver County boy returns $2,500 in found cash

The most distinguished citizen to come out of Minersville recently is a 10–year–old boy who

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07.03.2011

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Risky venture: Copper mining in Milford brimming with high hopes, fears of failure

Millions, perhaps billions, or – gasp! – trillions of dollars might lie under the sage brush covered

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07.01.2011

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Utah State Park system dates back to 1957

Utah might have been the last state to establish a Parks and Recreation Commission, but the

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07.01.2011

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Northern Utah Forest Service Report for 4th of July weekend – Wet and muddy above 8,000 feet and NO FIREWORKS

Campgrounds in the five Utah National Forests are expected to be busy over the 4th of July.

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06.30.2011

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Prison substance-abuse program helps self-confidence, cuts recidivism

The noises coming from the gym at the Promontory facility at the Utah State Prison

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06.29.2011

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Cooler air on tap as flood threat abates

A summer squall blew through parts of Utah on Wednesday, punctuating the skies with lightning

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06.28.2011

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Wind power

A wind farm is to be built for electricity by a utility called the Utah Associated Municipal Power

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06.26.2011

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Rodeo’s Wright brothers are flying high

If you don’t think Utah’s Wright brothers are enjoying a dream rodeo season, you’d be

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06.17.2011

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Utah: ‘Not even close’ to closing the poverty gap

April Hadley remembers the day she took her oldest daughter Amelia, now 8, to kindergarten

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06.15.2011

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High school rodeo: Utah qualifiers

Utah’s qualifiers for the 2011 National High School Finals Rodeo scheduled July 17-23 at

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06.15.2011

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Utah business briefs

The recently opened Hurst Center for Continuing Education on Weber State University’s campus in

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06.14.2011

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Couple sue Nicklaus to recoup lost Utah investment

A Colorado couple are suing Jack Nicklaus and his golf course design company in Utah’s federal

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06.14.2011

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Suspicious package forces evacuations at Ogden federal building

Police say a suspicious package prompted authorities to evacuate workers inside a federal

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06.14.2011

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Utah wildlife officials warn of increased bear sightings

From Boulder Mountain by Hobble Creek to Ogden Canyon, people are beginning to see

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06.11.2011

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High school rodeo: Spikers duo wins big

A couple of cowgirls from northern Utah found a great way to celebrate their birthdays at the

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06.11.2011

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Utah High School Rodeo finals: Frost to vie for U.S. title again

Joe Frost had a good day at the Utah High School Rodeo Association finals. Maybe even a

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06.11.2011

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Flooding threat remains a few more weeks

So far, cooler than normal temperatures every few days has kept the largest mountain

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06.11.2011

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SUMMER DEADLIEST TIME FOR TEEN DRIVERS

With deadly traffic crashes peaking for teens during the summer months of June, July and

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06.10.2011

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Utah copper mine deceived investors with fraudulent claims, SEC says

A Utah mining company misled thousands of investors with false claims of huge copper

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06.10.2011

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SEC sues Utah’s Copper King Mining, others over share sales

Federal securities regulators have filed suit against Copper King Mining Corp., former

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06.09.2011

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Five drownings in two weeks prompt warning

As a Tooele family mourns an 8-year-old boy who became the state's fifth drowning death in

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06.09.2011

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SUU students create new Beaver City website

Southern Utah University’s Centurium Consulting Group, a student advertising and public relations

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06.08.2011

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High school rodeo: Chad Netto shattering myths about cowboys

If you took a look at Chad Netto’s long list of high school accomplishments, you’d wonder how

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06.04.2011

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Iraq-bound soldiers leave southern Utah families, communities

With tears, hugs and more than a few pained smiles, southern Utah said farewell on Saturday

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06.04.2011

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Triple Deuce Departs Utah For Year-Long Deployment To Iraq

Nearly 500 soldiers said good-bye to waving families and friends in St. George and Cedar City

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06.02.2011

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Wharton: Many dots on a Utah map are worth finding

The small green sign off U.S. 89 just north of the Mount Carmel Junction has stood for years as a

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06.02.2011

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St. George showers love on deploying Guardsmen

Thousands of southern Utahns showered their soldiers - and the soldiers’ families - with love

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06.01.2011

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Triple Deuce to deploy Saturday

A group of business and civic leaders dropped in to the Utah National Guard armory in Richfield

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06.01.2011

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Accomplice in Millard deputy’s slaying denied parole

Ruben Chavez-Reyes will remain in prison for at least another six years for aiding a man accused

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05.26.2011

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Utah’s Free Fishing Day is June 4 – Here’s a list of events

The annual Free Fishing Day is upon us. You won’t need a license on June 4, but you will be

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05.24.2011

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Company completes next phase of Utah’s largest wind farm

Utah’s largest wind farm has expanded into its second phase, increasing generating capacity by

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05.22.2011

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Mudslides force closure of 4 roads; flooding is possible

Higher temperatures and severe thunderstorms contributed to at least four reported mud slides

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05.15.2011

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Iron County GOP chief selected to replace late Senator Stowell

The newly elected chairman of the Iron County Republican Party has been chosen to fill the seat

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05.13.2011

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Utah inventor says patented transmission can transform wind energy industry

A Utah company has unveiled a working prototype of a transmission the inventor says

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05.13.2011

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Climate change to create a dustier Southwest

A warmer Southwest might very well mean a dustier Southwest. That’s the conclusion of a

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05.11.2011

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Late season snow keeps high mountain roads closed

It could be weeks before Utahns will be able to travel on some of the state’s high mountain

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05.09.2011

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2nd Milford wind project online

First Wind, a U.S.-based wind energy company, announced Monday that the construction of the

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05.09.2011

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Republicans file to fill vacancy in Utah Senate

Six candidates have filed notice to replace the late Republican Sen. Dennis Stowell, including his

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05.04.2011

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Feds want to unload 147 properties in Utah

A warehouse sits empty in Provo. A house unused in Beaver. An office unneeded in Nephi.

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05.02.2011

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Utah’s Raser Technologies files Chapter 11

Raser Technologies Inc., a Provo geothermal-energy developer, is seeking bankruptcy

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04.28.2011

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AG’s Office releases press release on massive child porn bust

Utah’s largest investigation operation into child pornography has ended with 38 arrests and the

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04.26.2011

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Republicans set meeting to fill state Senate vacancy

Utah Republicans will hold a special caucus next month to nominate a replacement for the late

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04.25.2011

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Saturday during ‘Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet’ event

Utahns are encouraged to take part in national "Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinet" day,

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04.21.2011

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99-year-old woman celebrates birthday by parasailing

An Ogden woman recently celebrated her 99th birthday by going parasailing. Leah Healy and

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04.18.2011

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Southwest Sterling Scholars honored

Outstanding high school students from southwest Utah were recognized during the

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04.17.2011

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Utah Sen. Dennis Stowell dies

Utah State Sen. Dennis Stowell died Sunday at his home in Parowan. Stowell, a Republican, had

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04.16.2011

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Utahns, legislators don’t agree on conservation

How is it that Utahns elect so many people to state and federal office who simply do not

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04.14.2011

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Parole board sets 2037 rehearing for Panguitch Lake shooter Jasson Hines

A man who shot a Panguitch Lake lodge operator, leaving him paralyzed, will stay in

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04.13.2011

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Utah has plenty of ‘bars’ and more devils than ‘hell’

Utah is rich on bars, has an eggnog to boast of and has one more wife than any other state in

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04.12.2011

Article #00000382

Beaver County Residents

As winter comes to an end & we move into spring, this brings the possibility of spring

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04.08.2011

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Defense wants deputy shooting case moved from Millard County

Attorneys for the man accused of fatally shooting Millard County Deputy Josie

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04.07.2011

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Heavy snow snarls evening commuter traffic, causes slide-offs

Heavy, wet snow made for difficult travel conditions Monday evening, just in time for the

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04.07.2011

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Utah braces for unwelcome winter encore

Utahns braced for a decidedly un-springlike storm system laden with rain and snow that

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04.06.2011

Article #0000037E

Fishing spot of the week: Minersville Reservoir, Beaver County

Where >> Minersville Reservoir, Beaver County Species >> Rainbow trout, brown

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04.05.2011

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South Summit School District, coach Jerry Parker release joint statement

Jerry Parker’s firing as South Summit’s boys basketball coach was big news in early March.

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04.05.2011

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PUBLIC NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE OF DECISION NORTH BEAVER FUELS PROJECT USDA Forest Service Fishlake

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04.04.2011

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Minersville Report - 6-pound trout

DWR biologists are conducting gillnetting surveys across Utah right now. The Southern Region

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04.02.2011

Article #0000037A

Snapshot of the Week: April 2, 2011

Back in March, Kyle and his brother-in-law took their float tubes and fly rods down to Minersville

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03.31.2011

Article #00000379

Radiation detected in Western states

Radioactive isotopes, presumably released from Japan’s earthquake-crippled nuclear power

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03.30.2011

Article #00000378

Mentally disabled Utahns becoming lost in the criminal justice system

When someone commits a crime, you may assume that person knows what they’re doing,

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03.30.2011

Article #00000377

Is any level of radiation safe? Japanese fallout renews debate

Although no definitive evidence exists that radiation from Japan has reached Utah, local

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03.30.2011

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Morgan again leads rankings as healthiest county in Utah

For the second year in a row, Morgan County residents have been ranked the "healthiest in

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03.30.2011

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Report shows Utah in pursuit of geothermal power

Utah is among nine states in the country already producing geothermal electric power and has 12

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03.25.2011

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Activists in GOP work for repeal of guest-worker law

Still smoldering after Gov. Gary Herbert signed a guest-worker immigration bill into law, Keri Witte

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03.23.2011

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As snow keeps falling, resorts staying open

Skiing on Easter? How about Memorial Day? Oh, what the heck, why not on the Fourth of July?

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03.23.2011

Article #00000372

Treasure chest: Utah is a cornucopia of exciting outdoor sites

Lake Powell, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park and Flaming Gorge. All well-known.

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03.22.2011

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State employee hurt when vehicle is hit on icy I-15

A Utah Parks and Recreation employee sustained minor injuries when an out-of-control

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03.17.2011

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Radiation from Japan no worry, Utah experts say

Utahns joined the chorus of U.S. leaders in reassuring the American public Thursday that it

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03.12.2011

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Snapshot of the Week: March 12, 2011 (Mike Trimmer - "Onery Bugger")

After catching many cats over many years in Southern Utah, Mike says this picture has to be

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03.09.2011

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Utah experts report on winter fishing

Out on the ice, a hit comes as little more than a shiver at the tip of the fishing rod - along the

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03.07.2011

Article #0000036D

Solar zone meetings will be this week

Public comments are being sought by the Bureau of Land Management for input that could shape

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03.07.2011

Article #0000036C

Rain and snow blanket valley, snarl traffic

Heavy snowfall Monday created hazardous driving conditions, bringing traffic to a standstill

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03.07.2011

Article #0000036B

Snows force road closures, restrictions statewide

Heavy snows forced the closure of Interstate 15 between Beaver and Interstate 70 on Monday

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03.03.2011

Article #0000036A

Projected closing dates for ski resorts

Hard to believe the end of winter is quickly approaching. Seems like just yesterday

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03.01.2011

Article #00000369

Calif. Amber Alert suspect turns self in to Utah authorities

The father of two girls suspected to be the source of a nationwide Amber Alert out of

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02.28.2011

Article #00000368

SUU students win Best Business Idea Competition

The results of the fifth annual Best Business Idea Competition - sponsored by the Small

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02.28.2011

Article #00000367

Police ID pilot killed in Beaver County crash

Police have identified a Los Angeles man as the pilot killed in a Beaver County plane crash

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02.28.2011

Article #00000366

Bald Eagle Release

Saturday March 5th at 4:00 p.m. we will be releasing a four year old bald eagle that was

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02.27.2011

Article #00000365

Pilot killed in Beaver County airplane crash

The pilot of a single-engine plane was killed in a crash Saturday in Beaver County, police said.

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02.26.2011

Article #00000364

Utah cowboys Feild, Wright off to fast starts

It’s a long, winding and pothole-filled road to the National Finals Rodeo. But two Utah cowboys

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02.25.2011

Article #00000363

Two inmates stabbed at Draper prison

A man serving time for aggravated murder in the Utah Department of Corrections‘ Draper prison

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02.24.2011

Article #00000362

3 rare Utah plants do not warrant federal protections

Three Utah plants – Frisco buckwheat, Frisco clover and Ostler’s peppergrass – merit

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02.18.2011

Article #00000361

Sterling Scholars to Compete for Regional Title

Students from Iron and Washington County School Districts will be competing with students

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02.13.2011

Article #00000360

Meetings will air details of mega transmission line in Utah

What would be the nation’s second-largest direct current transmission line is proposed to weave

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02.12.2011

Article #0000035F

February 13-20: National Cardiac Rehabilitation Week

For Bette Applegate, it all started when she inexplicably gained 20 pounds last summer. That

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02.08.2011

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Paying the freight

Critics of the Utah Legislature often find themselves in shooting-fish-in-a barrel mode, as

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02.07.2011

Article #0000035D

Winter storm could pack punch for afternoon commuters

Weather forecasters are warning that a fast-moving cold front could prove problematic

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02.07.2011

Article #0000035C

No Land Grab

The reaction in Utah to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar’s rather low-key adjustment to a Bush-

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02.06.2011

Article #0000035B

Giant solar project planned for Iron County

The sunshine in Iron County will become electric when a Norwegian company fires up a solar

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02.04.2011

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Bill would increase jail contracting rates

If county jails don’t start getting more money for housing state prisoners and probationers, they

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02.04.2011

Article #00000359

Milford wind project plans to expand

A pair of meetings hosted by the Bureau of Land Management are set for mid-month to solicit

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02.02.2011

Article #00000358

Tips to stay safe in cold weather

Here are some tips to keep your car, your home, and you in proper working condition in bitter cold

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01.31.2011

Article #00000357

BLM names Utah advisory council members

The Interior Department on Monday announced the appointment or reappointment of five

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01.30.2011

Article #00000356

Concerning wilderness, Iron County leaders say enough is enough

Iron County commissioners say their area has enough wilderness. And they want the planning

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01.26.2011

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Dixie State to Host 2011 MathCounts Competition February 4

Dixie State College of Utah will host its annual MathCounts competition, featuring entrants

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01.25.2011

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Utah Receives Official Certification for Fourth Congressional Seat

Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert has received a Certificate of Entitlement from the Clerk of the

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01.25.2011

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Shortage of liquor licenses has businesses pleading

Business owners fought back tears or bowed their heads Tuesday as they told of customers

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01.25.2011

Article #00000352

Legislature: State parks face cuts

Utah State Parks users could see seasonal closures, reduced hours, fewer rangers and

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01.22.2011

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‘Powderhounds’ to blog about skiing in Utah

Perhaps the two best jobs among the thousands in Utah’s ski industry belong to a couple of

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01.19.2011

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Utah state park supporters outraged by possible closures

As news of the possible closure of five Utah state parks trickled down to communities that

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01.19.2011

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Skiers touch sport’s history when they come to Utah

Skiers savoring a day on the slopes enjoying Utah’s famous powder may not realize it, but

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01.19.2011

Article #0000034E

Utah skiing is experiencing a banner year

The snow fell early and in great abundance here in Utah so far this winter - thanks, surprisingly, to

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01.18.2011

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Audit may mean closures, changes at Utah State Parks

Taxpayers subsidize $66.24 for every round played at Green River Golf Course, the most

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01.18.2011

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Two more indicted in Utah-related slavery case

Two more people have been indicted in what the Justice Department calls the largest U.S. human-

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01.18.2011

Article #0000034B

Roadwork: UDOT seeks input on long-range plan

The Utah Department of Transportation is seeking public comment on its proposed Rural

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01.17.2011

Article #0000034A

Public meetings to air details of solar zones in 6 states

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has scheduled a series of public meetings in six Western states,

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01.16.2011

Article #00000349

Southwestern Utah gets medical helicopter

The latest addition to health care in Washington County is red, white and vertical. During the

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01.16.2011

Article #00000348

Free Entrance Days in the National Parks

America’s Best Idea - the national parks - gets even better with several fee-free days at more

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01.14.2011

Article #00000347

Utah church helps free victims of human trafficking

On a recent December day, in a modest West Jordan chapel, the members of the Summit

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01.14.2011

Article #00000346

Public meetings to air details of solar zones in 6 states

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has scheduled a series of public meetings in six Western states,

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01.12.2011

Article #00000345

Minor earthquake recorded in southern Utah

Seismologists say another minor earthquake was recorded in southern Utah’s Tushar Mountains.

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01.11.2011

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Utah Ski & Snow Report

Utah’s most affordable resort. The park is open, instruction for every ability and great food. $25

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01.10.2011

Article #00000343

SKF Polyseal Receives Patriot Award for Employer Support of Guard and Reserve

The ESGR Patriot Award was presented to Dawn McDowell, Production Manager of SKF Polyseal,

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01.05.2011

Article #00000342

October trial set for accused killer of Millard County deputy

A trial for the man accused of killing Millard County Deputy Josie Greathouse Fox last year

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01.03.2011

Article #00000341

4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Southern Utah

An early morning earthquake Monday rattled some small towns in the mountains of southern

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01.02.2011

Article #00000340

Utah homicide victims in 2010

1. SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 1 - Steven McKinney, 23, was accidentally shot and killed at his home

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