Article #000005A4

UDOT to study costs of keeping high mountain passes open during winter

What would it take to keep some of Utah’s high mountain passes open during the winter?

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Article #000005A3

Bill to expand Utah sheriffs’ power draw concerns

A state lawmaker’s proposal to put sheriffs in charge of countywide emergencies in Utah is

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Article #000005A2

Rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers "had a shot" at world title

The Wright brothers hit some turbulence during the 2013 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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Article #000005A1

Jordan High teacher wins $20K in Samsung contest

When Jordan High School teacher Karen Durfee applied to participate in Samsung’s Solve For

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Article #000005A0

Saddle–bronc duel down to wire

The world saddle bronc championship race is headed toward a photo finish. Cody Wright of

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Article #0000059F

Charges filed against ‘fixer’ in ongoing investigation of Shurtleff, Swallow

A man who saw himself as former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff’s “fixer” has been

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Article #0000059E

National Finals Rodeo: Feild, Wright chase world titles

Kaycee Feild moved to the brink of his third straight world bareback championship Thursday

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Article #0000059D

National rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers at top of saddle bronc standings

Saddle bronc rider Jake Wright took over the season standings lead from his brother, Cody,

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Article #0000059C

Utah wants to be a drone test site

The Federal Aviation Administration is expected to decide by the end of the month where it will

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Article #0000059B

Fort Cove Gets New Geothermal Plant

Two companies are being recognized by a trade association for overcoming obstacles to build an

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Article #0000059A

National Finals Rodeo: Utahns 2nd in saddle bronc; 6th in bareback

Cody Ohl took over first place in the tie–down roping world standings by claiming his third

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Article #00000599

Rodeo: Utah’s Wright brothers tie for second place in saddle–bronc round

Two–time world saddle bronc champion Cody Wright finally got untracked at the $6.25 million

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Article #00000598

Utahn Wright wins saddle–bronc round

Jake Wright is 2–for–4 at the $6.25 million Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.

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Article #00000597

Utah qualifiers struggle at National Finals Rodeo

Utah’s qualifiers to the $6.25 million Wrangler National Finals Rodeo struggled during the third

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Article #00000596

Utah health official bans Gardasil, stirring controversy

Citing low demand, high costs – and questioning the benefits, Utah’s Southwest Public

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Article #00000595

Utah Ed board elects new chair

Tami Pyfer, of Logan, a research coordinator and adjunct faculty member at Utah State

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Article #00000594

Numerous Utah temperature records shattered by cold

For Utah’s weekend forecast, here’s what to know: first came the ice, now comes the snow.

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Article #00000593

Jake Wright, Caleb Bennett win at National Finals Rodeo

For Caleb Bennett and Jake Wright, the $6.25 million Wrangler National Finals Rodeo couldn’t

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Article #00000592

Snowfall steady but light after ‘Commuter Special’ traffic woes

Southern Utah was bracing for the brunt of a statewide snowstorm Tuesday night, while

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Article #00000591

Winter Storm Warnings in Place as Snow Storm Approaches

The National Weather Service has issued several warnings, watches, and advisories as a storm

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Article #00000590

6 people transported to hospital after rollover on I–15

Six people survived a rollover crash on I–15 Wednesday, but troopers say that wouldn’t

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Article #0000058F

High–achieving Utah Title I schools recognized

Utah’s top–performing Title I schools were recognized Wednesday by the State Office of

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Article #0000058E

Digital newspapers project now offers World War I–era Tribune editions

Genealogists, historians and other researchers stand to benefit from the addition of four years

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Article #0000058D

Utah ski resorts optimistic as season begins

On a day where Utah ski officials looked forward to a new season, some hoped to reach back to

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Article #0000058C

Christmas tree permits available around Utah

Permits to cut Christmas trees in Utah are, or will be, available on U.S. Forest Service and Bureau

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Article #0000058B

Brighton opens today with free skiing

Brighton Resort is edging out Solitude Mountain Resort for the earliest opening in the 2013–14

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Article #0000058A

Municipal election vote tallies

Other areas Beaver All precincts reporting MAYOR Mark Yardley (inc.) 310 unopposed

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Article #00000589

Solitude set to open Friday, starting Utah’s ski season early

Utah’s ski resort season opens Friday when Solitude Mountain Resort in Big Cottonwood

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Article #00000588

Feral pigs killed after one headed for Antelope Island

Low water at the Great Salt Lake on certain years proves too enticing for exotic pigs on

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Article #00000587


The State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration proposes to convey all/part

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Article #00000586

Funding of beds for state inmates at Utah’s county jails still lags

Several lawmakers had one question after hearing a report on what the state pays to

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Article #00000585

Utah forecast: Rain, snow settle in over state

A storm system out of the Pacific Northwest brought mountain snowfall and persistent rainfall

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Article #00000584

Utah forecast: Put the ponies in the barn, it’s going to be snowy

If you have a pony you named "Wildfire," better move it out of the corral and into the barn:

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Article #00000583

Rodeo: Feild, Wright brothers lead six Utahns into National Finals

Six Utahns have qualified for the $6.2 million Wangler National Finals Rodeo, including two–

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Article #00000582

Utah forecast: Winter is coming? It’s already here

Overnight temperatures dipping below freezing and snowstorms were predicted in the mountains

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Article #00000581

Enjoy Utah’s brightest fall foliage on these 5 drives

The weather forecast predicts snow in our future but that doesn’t mean you don’t still have

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Article #00000580

Utah police officers disciplined for drug use, having sex on duty

Utah Department of Corrections Lt. Tolly G. Ivie said he had good reason to beat up that man.

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Article #0000057F

Smithfield shareholders OK sale that includes Utah hog farm

Shareholders of Smithfield Foods Inc. – parent company of Utah’s massive Circle Four Farms

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Article #0000057E

Prosecutor says A.G. investigator should remain on Jenson case

Acting Utah County Attorney Tim Taylor sees no reason why the attorney general’s lead

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Article #0000057D

Big shareholder concedes on Smithfield deal

Smithfield Foods Inc.’s largest shareholder says it will vote in favor of a proposed takeover by a

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Article #0000057C

Massive solar farm to be planted near Delta

A Utah energy developer is hoping to build the state’s first major solar project on state land in

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Article #0000057B

67% of new Utah prisoners there for probation, parole violation

Over the past decade, more people ended up in prison in Utah because they violated probation

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Article #0000057A

UDOT expands areas with 80 mph speed limits

The Utah Department of Transportation announced Tuesday that the speed limit has

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Article #00000579

Grading Utah schools: Top 50 highest scoring elementary/middle/jr. high schools

#30 A: Minersville School District: Beaver Grade: A Overall points/Overall possible: 498/600

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Article #00000578

Prettyman: DWR’s wildlife relocations a tricky subject

One of the first wildlife relocation stories I covered for The Tribune involved mountain

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Article #00000577

Utah rivers will soon turn red as kokanee salmon begin their arduous journey

Utah rivers are about to run red. What’s more, the red will be heading upstream. There is,

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Article #00000575


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

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Article #00000574

Shareholder plans to vote against Smithfield sale

One of Smithfield Foods Inc.’s largest shareholders said Tuesday that it plans to vote

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Article #00000573

Unmanned aerial systems could be tested in Utah

State economic leaders are campaigning to make Utah the home of a new drone program. The

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Article #00000572

Temps dip as Utah flood fears rise from Tropical Storm Ivo

A forecast of mild temperatures and patchy clouds offered a pleasant weekend for many

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Article #00000571

Utah wants to be test site for FAA–approved unmanned drones

Drones could soon be zipping around some regions of Utah to help spray crops, survey

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Article #00000570

The legend of Butch

The last time I tried to rob a train by gunpoint, I forgot two key elements. First, I don’t own a

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Article #0000056F

Utah’s Copper King mines back in production, saving 100 jobs

Copper King Mining Corp., a Utah–based company that built and for a brief time operated

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Article #0000056E

Feds again declare drought disaster in Utah

All Utah counties have been declared drought stricken for the second year as farmers and

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Article #0000056D

Utah housing agencies say federal funds are too little, too late

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced Thursday that Utah’s

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Article #0000056C

Gliders soaring over Nephi this week

To the uninitiated, the sight of what appears to be a small airplane being towed into the air

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Article #0000056B

Swallow saga: Jenson case gets new prosecutor; will investigator be replaced?

It wasn’t enough for jailed businessman Marc Sessions Jenson to get Utah attorney general

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Article #0000056A

Jay Drew’s golf odyssey: I’ve played every course in Utah

My 12–foot putt on No. 18, a 520–yard par–4 at magnificent Victory Ranch Golf Club

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Article #00000569

Utah forecast: Wasatch Front looks for cooler weekend

A welcome retreat from triple–digit temperatures was on the climatological tap for northern Utah

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Article #00000568

Utah farm among 460 U.S. operations to phase out controversial pig cages

Consumer concerns have prompted the massive Utah hog operation, Circle Four Farms, and 459

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Article #00000567

Rainfall allows open fire restrictions to be lifted in Color Country

The Interagency Fire Center, citing recent rainfall, has lifted open–fire restrictions for

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Article #00000566

Utah forecast: Salt Lake City on verge of warmest July ever

On the last day of the month, Salt Lake City hovered on the threshold of marking its warmest

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Article #00000565

PUBLIC NOTICE Legal Notice of Decision Twitchell Fire Salvage Sale USDA Forest Service

On July 29, 2013, Amy Barker, District Ranger for the Beaver Ranger District of the Fishlake

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Article #00000564

DWR is seeking input on fishing changes

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is considering making some changes to fishing

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Article #00000563

DWR sets mountian goat viewing for Saturday, Aug. 3

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is hosting a free event where participants can see as many

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Article #00000562

Days of ‘47 Rodeo: In tie for 8th, Bennett’s still giddy over jackpot

Caleb Bennett didn’t make much money at the Days of ‘47 Rodeo, which concluded Wednesday

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Article #00000561

Crews scramble to douse lightning sparked fires, expect more

Firefighters on Tuesday scrambled to hem in lightning ignited flames even as they braced for

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Article #00000560

Utah forecast? Maybe ‘This is a hot place, drive on to some shade!’

If Brigham Young arrived in the broiling Salt Lake Valley on this year’s Pioneer Day, he might

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Article #0000055F

Days of ‘47: Utahn on top in go–round

On a Utah–flavored Monday night at the Days of ‘47 Rodeo, bull rider Hutch Haslam left

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Article #0000055E

Run down on major Utah fishing license proposals

My column in Thursday’s Tribune about proposed fishing license fee increases and how angling

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Article #0000055D

A.G.’s office stepping aside from Marc Jenson case

Jailed businessman Marc Sessions Jenson got what he wanted Wednesday: The Utah attorney

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Article #0000055C

Fewer Utah doctors willing to care for Medicaid patients

The number of Utah medical providers willing to treat Medicaid patients has been dropping since

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Article #0000055B

Utah man allegedly stole more than $27K from dad to help woman he met at Chili’s

A Beaver County man might be regretting his decision to take more than $27,000 from his

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Article #0000055A

Utah hog farm part of $7.1 billion Chinese deal

Circle Four Farms, a massive hog operation in Milford, is part of a $7.1–billion buyout that

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Article #00000559

Weekend Express: Things to do in Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune’s entertainment staff is here to help you plan your weekend with our

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Article #00000558

Crusher in the Tushar

It’s a 70–mile course that will test more than 500 of the world’s most prominent professional

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Article #00000557

One suspect caught, another still at large as 2,800 marijuana plants seized near Bryce Canyon

A tip from a hiker led to the seizure of nearly $2.8 million worth of marijuana and one of the

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Article #00000556

State issues fire restrictions

With extremely dry weather expected to continue for the next several weeks, the Utah

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Article #00000555

Southern Utah wildfire fully contained

After nearly five days of fighting, crews Saturday finally contained a southern Utah

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Article #00000554

Black Mountain Fire continues to burn in Beaver, Iron counties

A wildfire continued to burn thousands of acres in Beaver and Iron counties Friday, though

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Article #00000553

Lightning sparks wildfire near Minersville

A wildfire was burning Tuesday evening near Minersville in Beaver County. Lightning

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Article #00000552

Firefighters mopping up Utah’s biggest blazes

Lightning ignited a new wildfire Tuesday evening near Minersville in Beaver County. The Black

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Article #00000551

State parcels $1.3 million to fight weeds

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food has awarded $1.3 million in grants to fight the

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Article #00000550

Utahns run to the water to escape record heat

They marched down the dusty path lined with yellow grass that begged for a breeze to bend

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Article #0000054F

Salt Lake City breaks record at 105 degrees

For the second day in a row, temperatures blasted through record highs, soaring to 105

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Article #0000054E

Change at power giant will be felt from Utah to L.A.

The Intermountain Power Project’s days as a massive plant that produces electricity for an

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Article #0000054D

Record heat hits Utah, more expected this weekend

Nine heat records fell Friday in Utah, and more are in danger as a lid of high–pressure bakes the

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Article #0000054C

Sixth Utah county files charges against alleged ′Mountain Man′

Criminal charges continue to pile up against Troy James Knapp, who police believe is the notorious

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Article #0000054B

Three Nevadans critical, two serious after I–15 rollover in Southern Utah

Three people remained in critical condition and two others – all from Las Vegas, Nev. – were

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Article #0000054A

Emergency crews rush to crash on I–15 near Beaver

Two small children and their father were critically injured in a single–vehicle rollover on Interstate

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Article #00000549

Jenson’s attorney alleges threat; Swallow aide denies it

An attorney for businessman Marc Sessions Jenson says a top official in the Utah Attorney

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Article #00000548

Bans on fireworks, fires growing as dry conditions in Utah persist

High fire danger in some areas of Utah has prompted federal officials to close a few

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Article #00000547

Prisons officials deny Swallow accuser faced retaliation

Two top officials with the Utah Department of Corrections on Wednesday denied an inmate’s

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Article #00000546

High fire danger across Utah as three blazes continue to burn

Though most of the state remained under a red flag warning due to high fire danger, firefighters

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Article #00000545

Checking it out

Users of the public libraries in Richfield and Salina can now pick up new library cards. A new

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Article #00000544

As Utah wildfire danger rises, officials urge caution with outdoor shooting, fires

Firefighters continued Tuesday to battle three wildfires that have scorched hundreds of acres

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Article #00000543

Potentially dangerous wildfire day shaping up for parts of Utah

Tuesday was shaping up to be a potentially dangerous day for wildfires. The southern and

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Article #00000542

Roots of the Rocks plays Utah traveling music

They called it the flash flood of 2009. The massive rainstorm hit Moab so hard and so

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Article #00000541

Businessman in prison alleges ′shakedown′ by Swallow, Shurtleff

Attorneys for Marc Sessions Jenson say their client is behind bars and facing felony charges

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Article #00000540

Prep rodeo: Wright family’s dynasty keeps growing

They might never reach the same level of fame as the original Wright brothers, but Rusty and

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Article #0000053F

More charges filed against Utah’s alleged ‘Mountain Man’

Tom Swindlehurst knew someone had been in his Beaver Mountain cabin. A camp stove had been

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Article #0000053E

New Utah prison boss wants to ‘work hard for everybody’

Don’t be surprised to see Rollin E. Cook in a correction’s officer uniform on Fridays. Suit and

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Article #0000053D

Milford Community Builds Life Flight Helipad

A Southern Utah community has come together to make sure medical helicopters can land at

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Article #0000053C

Letter: Cheatgrass and raptors

The peregrine falcons nesting on the Joseph Smith Building aren’t the only birds having a

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Article #0000053B

Rock slide closes stretch of southwestern Utah’s SR–153

A rock slide Tuesday morning closed down a section of State Road 153 in southwestern Utah.

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Article #0000053A

Utah mayors, from cities to the sticks, urge immigration reform

Nineteen Utah mayors, from Park City to Beaver to Blanding, are calling for comprehensive

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Article #00000539

Crews hope ‘prescribed fires’ will pay off later this summer

Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management crews are getting a jump of what they fear could

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Article #00000538

17–Year–Old Boy Drowns in Minersville Reservoir

A Beaver County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher confirmed the drowning happened Thursday

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Article #00000537

Beaver County teen drowns at southwest Utah reservoir

Students at two Beaver County high schools on Friday mourned Zac Burke, a popular 17–year–

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Article #00000536

Beaver County Sheriff’s Office: Official Press Release

On May 20, 2013 approximately 1824 hours, a call was received of a possible drowning, which

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Article #00000535

Forest Service lists open Utah campgrounds, safety tips

The U.S. Forest Service has issued the following advisory for campground status and safety tips

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Article #00000534

I–15 near Beaver restricted during bridge project

If you plan on driving through Beaver County along Interstate 15 this week, you might want to

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Article #00000533

Utah gun sales, permits triple since Sandy Hook

Utahns made an all–time high 23,000 gun purchases in December, the same month as the

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Article #00000532

Salt Lake, Davis prosecutors also investigating Swallow

Embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow is facing another criminal probe, this one from

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Article #00000531

Utah wildlife crossing set to save hundreds of migrating deer

Automobiles strike about 100 mule deer each year on a lovely stretch of U.S. Highway 89 in

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Article #00000530

House speaker on Swallow: Impeachment is on the table

House Speaker Becky Lockhart said legislators will consider all their options in light of the latest

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Article #0000052F

Shurtleff, Swallow lived it up on my dime, says convicted fraudster

Receipts show then–Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff and his successor, John Swallow, got

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Article #0000052E

State incentive helps Salt Lake City company add 73 jobs

Blu., Salt Lake City–based company that builds and operates natural gas fueling stations, said it

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Article #0000052D

Weather: Plane damaged by lightning during Tuesday storm

A violent thunderstorm that rolled through Salt Lake County Tuesday evening had emergency

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Article #0000052C

Rodeo: Wright reaches $2 million in career earnings

Two–time world saddle bronc champion Cody Wright of Milford has reached another milestone.

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Article #0000052B

Another Wyoming–Vegas power line proposed through Utah

A proposed $3.5 billion power line connecting a Wyoming wind–energy project with Nevada

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Article #0000052A

PUBLIC NOTICE Legal Notice of Proposed Action Opportunity to Comment Middle Clear Creek Fish Barrier Project

The Forest Service, Fishlake National Forest, Beaver Ranger District, is preparing a Decision

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Article #00000529

State plans to close old mines in Beaver County

Plans to close 224 mine openings in southwestern Utah’s San Francisco Mountains

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Article #00000528

Utah forecast: Cloudy skies, rain to give way to weekend sunshine

Al Jolson would love northern Utah’s forecast heading toward the weekend, reminding us that,

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Article #00000527

5–pound Rainbow Trout Found During Minersville Reservoir Spring Sampling

Michael Hadley, an aquatics biologist with the UDWR in southern Utah sent in this report from

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Article #00000526

LDS react with joy to temples announced in Cedar City, Rio

"Thrilled" and "overjoyed" were the two most descriptive words Paul Challis could find to

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Article #00000525

Utah’s dry winter makes water gurus uneasy about summer

Water gurus have taken a snapshot of Utah's snowpack and reservoirs, and the picture makes

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Article #00000524

Public hearings set on Utah’s 2013 big–game hunting proposals

After major changes in the Utah deer hunting program last year, the proposed changes for the

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Article #00000523

’Mountain Man‘ Troy Knapp’s past was a dress rehearsal

When Troy Knapp was finally surrounded by Utah law officers Tuesday, he didn’t submit

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Article #00000522

PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE OPPORTUNITY TO COMMENT USDA Forest Service Fishlake National Forest Beaver Ranger District Beaver County, Utah Twitchell Fire Salvage Sale

The Beaver Ranger District of the Fishlake National Forest is preparing an environmental

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Article #00000521

Commission Appointed For Possible Prison Move

Utah is looking to move the State Prison – and the legislature passed a bill to get that

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Article #0000051F

One man arrested after standoff in Beaver County

Authorities arrested one man Sunday after an altercation led to a standoff with SWAT team

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Article #0000051E

Dust settles on legislative session but Utah land war continues

Utah’s conservative lawmakers this session continued to engineer their own version of a

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Article #0000051D

Combined Bill to Move Prison Falls Through

The Utah prison is running out of time. The House and Senate have each passed different

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Article #0000051C


Open Burning Rules & Regulations have changed for ALL OF BEAVER COUNTY, to

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Article #0000051B

Bill Against Utah Teens Talking, Driving Passes

Utah senators changed their minds Wednesday about a bill that says kids under 18 shouldn’t

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Article #0000051A

Utah may be in for another dry spring, summer

Utah’s early winter snow bounty is already slipping away. Snowpack withered last month in

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Article #00000519

Senate OKs bill to seek bids on moving, running prison

With virtually no debate, the Utah Senate approved a fourth version of a bill Tuesday

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Article #00000518

Utah jails can help with prison bed crunch

Utah Representatives overwhelmingly approved a resolution Tuesday encouraging the state to

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Article #00000517

Utah No. 3 in the country for geothermal power

Geothermal power production grew in the United States by 5 percent last year, with Utah

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Article #00000516

Ski–area promoters arraigned on fraud charges

Two Salt Lake County brothers were arraigned on fraud charges Monday after raising millions

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Article #00000515

Utah forecast: Another snowstorm, but a wimpy one

Apologies to powder–loving skiers, but maybe comedian Carl Reiner had the right of it: "A lot

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Article #00000514

Search for new Corrections director nearing end

A committee appointed by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert sifted through approximately 60

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Article #00000513

Utah forecast: Windy, wintry weather is one the way

A wind–whipped winter weather system moved into northern and central Utah Tuesday ahead

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Article #00000512

Utah parole board gives no breaks to man involved in Millard County deputy’s death

Roberto Miramontes Román, sentenced to prison for up to 10 years on lesser crimes after

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Article #00000511

Book review: ’Butch Cassidy: Beyond the Grave‘ looks for answers

Robert Leroy Parker, born in Beaver, Beaver County, was the firstborn of his parents, who

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Article #00000510

Fab Friday program offers activities for area children

Keeping children from getting bored on Friday afternoons when they get out of school early

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Article #0000050F

Utah forecast: Storm moving out, leaving fresh air behind

The weekend’s winter storm system settled over southeastern Utah Monday morning on its

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Article #0000050E

Storm pumping up Utah’s snowpack; January coldest month since 1949

Utah’s mountains picked up some much needed snow from a slow–moving storm that lingered

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Article #0000050D

Jenson brothers to stand trial in Elk Meadows ski resort case

Brothers Marc and Stephen Jenson will stand trial on felony charges that they engaged in

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Article #0000050C

Parole board officer to Roman: ’Did you get away with murder?‘

Don Blanchard asked the question several times, the words varying slightly each time. "Do

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Article #0000050B

Utah’s Iron, Beaver counties to get disaster assistance

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated Beaver and Iron counties as

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Article #0000050A

Inmates donating organs: Bill would formalize the process

A bill on Utah’s Capitol Hill would formalize a policy that allows inmates to sign up to be

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Article #00000509

Utah bill would allow restrictions on target shooting to prevent wildfires

SB120 • A bill giving more authority to the state forester to restrict target shooting because of

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Article #00000508

Utah GOP lawmakers praise sheriffs’ stand on gun rights

Rep. Curt Oda asked a signatory to the Utah Sheriffs’ Association to read aloud that group’s

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Article #00000507

Expert: Utah sheriffs don’t have to enforce federal gun laws

It was only supposed to be a conversation starter. Well, it worked. The Utah Sheriffs’

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Article #00000506

Herbert says Utah will follow federal gun laws

Gov. Gary Herbert urged both sides in Utah’s gun debate to take a deep breath and approach

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Article #00000505

McEntee: Utah sheriffs misfire in their attack on Obama’s gun measures

In a show of fevered indignation, the Utah Sheriffs’ Association has written a letter

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Article #00000504

Utah bill would do away with need for concealed–gun permit

Any Utah resident would be able to carry a firearm without obtaining a concealed weapons

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Article #00000503

Sheriffs, state lawmakers push back on gun control

From Oregon to Mississippi, President Barack Obama’s proposed ban on new assault weapons

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Article #00000502

Letter to: The Honorable Barack Obama - President of the United States of America

Dear President Obama: As an elected sheriff of Utah, like so many of our fellow Americans, I

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Article #00000501

News roundup: Salazar to leave Interior post in March

Salazar to resign from Interior. Obama to announce gun control plan. Smoothie shop

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Article #00000500

Proposal: Exempt Utah from federal gun laws

The Washington County Republican Party will hear a resolution at its monthly meeting that

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Article #000004FF

Utah forecast: The hack is back, but at least it’s cold

The inversion, that season within a season punctuated by sinus headaches, burning eyes

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Article #000004FE

Analysis shows onslaught of extreme weather events in Utah, across country

A new analysis of weather events shows that more than 3,500 monthly records for heat, rain

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Article #000004FD

Senate seeks comment on judge appointee

The Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee is seeking public comment on

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Article #000004FC

Utah braces for lengthy cold spell

The National Weather Service said it was 29 degrees below zero in Wellington, making the

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Article #000004FB

Utah forecast: Cold. Icy. Chilly. Frigid.

Salt Lake City International Airport reported a -2 early Monday morning, a bone–chilling

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Article #000004FA

Coming to D.C.? Utah finds await

Every year, thousands of Utahns visit the nation’s capital to stare in awe at the marble

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Article #000004F9

Snow expected to continue Saturday after impacting roads, schools Friday

Thirty–six hours before the winter storm warning was to expire, the snow had already

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Article #000004F8

Forecast: Utah storm will bring snow, frigid temps

A major winter storm bearing down on Utah could deposit up to 2 feet of snow

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Article #000004F7

BLM removing 300 wild horses from Utah range

In the face of growing unease in the way wild horses are "warehoused" for years at taxpayer

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Article #000004F6

License plate scanner use questioned by lawmaker

License plate scanners in widespread use by law enforcement agencies hold the potential for

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Article #000004F5

Governor appoints new judge to Utah’s 5th District Court

Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed attorney Jeffrey C. Wilcox to fill a vacancy on the 5th

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Article #000004F4

New Year’s DUIs: UHP, other cops nab more than 100 drivers

Utah Highway Patrol troopers, many of them working overtime shifts, tallied more than 100

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Article #000004F3

Big Brother’? License plate reader device sparks debate

Like the fictional "Big Brother" who was always watching, new machines now give police a

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