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Ready for snow? Here’s what’s new in Utah

John Chadwick always dreamed of owning his own resort. For years he and his wife, Kim,

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Man arrested for Beaver County deer poaching

Conservation officers have arrested a man for allegedly poaching a deer after he returned to

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Police chase leads to 2 arrests, recovery of 2 stolen vehicles

Sheriff deputies arrested two people Thursday morning after a high–speed chase that spanned

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1 killed, 1 injured in rollover crash near Beaver

A Utah County man was killed and another injured in a rollover crash near Beaver

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Wild horse lovers counter Utah ranchers’ lawsuit

Wild horse advocates are asking a federal judge in Salt Lake City to dismiss a lawsuit by Utah

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Utah bounty hunters kill 7,041 coyotes in a year

Utahns killed slightly fewer coyotes in the second year of the Mule Deer Preservation Act, but the

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Early voting begins Tuesday in Utah

Early voting begins Tuesday in Utah and will continue through Oct. 31. It comes before the

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Charcoal kilns a forgotten part of our past

Unless you like to tramp around in the backcountry, you may never have seen a

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Bringing family history alive through historical newspapers

Local historical newspapers are one of the most productive and colorful sources for stories about

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Recreation: Start shopping for ski passes now

While the earliest Utah ski resorts are expected to open sometime in mid–November, depending

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Election–by–mail trend changing how Utahns vote and campaign

The Nov. 4 election is still a month away, but hundreds of thousands of Utah voters already

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Tennessee woman sentenced in husband’s Utah death

A Tennessee woman has been ordered to spend up to five years in prison in the stabbing death

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Recreation: Fall leaves draw Utahns outside

As fall approaches and nature paints mountains and canyons in hues of red, orange and gold,

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Article #00000626

Prison ends wild horse program; BLM must remove 1,100 animals

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has 30 days to move more than 1,100 wild horses out

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Utah’s ex–A.G. Shurtleff asks FBI, cops for all they have on him

Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff wants the FBI and the Utah Department of

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

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Former Ogden mayor is sought–after economic development guru

Former Ogden Mayor Matthew Godfrey is carving out a fairly lucrative career as an

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Article #00000622

Pig virus confirmed in Utah could mean bringing home less bacon

Pork and bacon fans, there is bad news for pig farmers in Utah. The USDA’s National Veterinary

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The Sawmill Bench Salvage Sale is located within T.26S, R.5W, Sections 28, 29, 32 & 33. The

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DWR offers reward for poached deer in Beaver County

A reward is being offered for the poaching of a buck pronghorn near Milford, according to Utah

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PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Security Fence Installation Project

RFP15–122 Opening Date: Aug. 22, 2014 Proposal Due Date: Sept. 8, 2014 by 1:00 pm

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The Hollow Stream Firewood Sale is located within T.30S, R.5W, Section 10 and 15, SLBM.

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New line powers growth, dependability and public safety in Beaver County

The head of the Utah Bureau of Land Management and the president of Rocky

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Article #0000061C

New suit targets Shurtleff, Swallow and Bank of America

A key player in the scandal surrounding Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow is suing the former

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PUBLIC NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL Beaver County School District Electrical Safety/ Survey Inspection & Review

The Beaver County School District is seeking proposals from licensed electrical contractors to

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2 wild horses die in BLM roundup in Utah

Two wild horses have died in a roundup of mustangs in Utah conducted by the U.S. Bureau

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Utah counties encourage state to scale back and use available jail space

Utah counties are teaming up and making a pitch to the state about taking on a bigger corrections

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Utah wild horse roundup removes 143 from range

The four–day roundup of wild horses in Beaver County’s Wah Wah mountains ended Thursday

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Hundreds of wild horses in S. Utah being rounded up from state lands

Hundreds of wild horses in southern Utah are being rounded up from state lands. The goal is

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Security Fence Installation Project RFP15–119 Opening Date: July 28, 2014 Proposal Due Date:

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Article #00000615

Revived Days of ‘47 Rodeo wraps up

Not long ago, the Days of ‘47 Rodeo was withering like a thirsty flower in the summertime

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Days of ‘47 Rodeo: Bingham, Wright steal the spotlight

The Days of ‘47 Rodeo had a distinct Utah flavor Friday night at EnergySolutions Arena, courtesy

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Article #00000613

Days of ‘47 Rodeo: Injuries slow ex–prep star Hannum in steer wrestling

Olin Hannum was sacked Thursday night. A former All–State quarterback and Class 5A Most

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Judge won’t make Shurtleff, Swallow testify in Jenson case

For the second time, a judge has refused to order Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow to testify

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Article #00000611

Stolen semi recovered

A semi reported stolen from a construction site in Richfield the morning of July 15 was found and

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Article #00000610

Teenage Pilot encountered bad weather on flight to Vegas

Family and friends are grieving the loss of two teenage brothers from Clinton, Utah, killed in a

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Article #0000060F

Jeremy Evans, Ian Clark to participate in Junior Jazz road trip

Three weeks. Forty–two cities. Two–thousand kids. Four–thousand miles. That’s what Jazz men

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Wildfire forces evacuations in Tooele County

Wildfires threatened homes in Tooele and travel in Morgan County on Monday. East of Tooele

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Road projects may delay Pioneer Day traveling

Some road work that has narrowed key freeways around the state could lead to delays

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Article #0000060C

Is the case against Swallow and Shurtleff solid?

The amount of evidence, prosecutors say, is monumental. Thousands of pages of documents,

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Article #0000060B

Bill: Allow Utah, states to more aggressively manage wild horses

If Utah were to gain control of wild horses and burros – as a Utah congressman suggests – the

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Article #0000060A

Thousands without power in southern Utah

More than 2,000 Rocky Mountain Power customers are without power in southern Utah

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Flash flooding hits southern Utah

Heavy rains caused multiple flash floods Monday throughout southern and central Utah. As of 8

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The charges against Swallow, Shurtleff

Former Utah Attorney Generals Mark Shurtleff and John Swallow were arrested Tuesday

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The Circle Hollow Sale is located within T30S, R5W, SEC. 3 & 10. The Forest Service will

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Article #00000606

Rep. Chris Stewart’s bill seeks to allow states to manage wild horses

A Utah congressman has introduced legislation to allow Western states and American Indian

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Article #00000605

Gov. Herbert’s new chief of staff brings D.C. experience but ‘no drama’

Justin Harding’s first assignment as Gov. Gary Herbert’s new chief of staff was to sit in on

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Article #00000604

My view: The most famous person born in Utah

While my family and I were wandering the streets of Killarney, Ireland, my oldest son,

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Article #00000603

Utah forecast: Hot and wet heading toward weekend

Heavy rainfall that put more than half of Utah under a Flash Flood Watch Thursday was

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Article #00000602

High school rodeo: Rodeo champions decided at state event

Addy Haviland’s fingerprints are all over high school rodeo. Not only does she compete in all

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Article #00000601

Attorney pushing for Shurtleff, Swallow testimony in controversial fraud case

Attorneys for an imprisoned businessman at the center of the John Swallow scandal are still

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Dark, dangerous and now ‘closed to the public’

Crews in western Utah have been working away at a seemingly endless task in picturesque – but

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Crusher in the Tushar to grind out fourth year

The Crusher in the Tushar bicycle race is slated for its fourth annual running on Saturday, July

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Article #000005FE

Utah’s water year: Some improvement statewide over 2013, but south drier

The latest Utah Climate and Water Report confirms what any denizen of southern Utah’s

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Article #000005FD

Rural Utah will take wild horse fight to New Orleans, Washington

Rural Utah leaders do not want a Cliven Bundy–style showdown with the Bureau of Land

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Utah counties want Congress to let states manage wild horses

Iron and Beaver counties will not round up wild horses on their own, as they threatened earlier

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Article #000005FB

80% of Utah’s Piute County residents live in "poverty areas"

A new map of "concentrated poverty" areas in America has one unfortunate, intensely colored

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Memorials inspire hope in cynical Washington

There are two statues of Utahns inside the U.S. Capitol. The first, of course, is Brigham Young,

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Cedar City police officer facing DUI resigns

A Cedar City police officer has resigned after he was arrested for suspicion of driving under the

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Battle between Utah’s rural counties and BLM intensifies

When Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins sat down in a conference room with the national

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Fourth of July performances, activities in Utah

“So ... what are you going to do?” It’s a question the members of "Studio C" have been asked a

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Under pressure, BLM OK’s roundup of 140 wild horses

Despite opposition from wild–horse groups, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

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UHSAA lists schools with zero ejections

The Utah High School Activities Association continues to put an emphasis on sportsmanship.

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Frustrated Utah lawmakers vent to BLM, Forest Service

Dueling concerns over grazing cutbacks and renegade federal law enforcement agents

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Several fires burned Friday around Utah

Friday saw several fires across the state extinguished, contained or continuing to burn,

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Draper wildfire, others burn throughout Utah

Utah’s fire season is already well underway, with several wildfires burning throughout the state in

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Article #000005F1

Utah ‘Mountain Man’ burglar gets 10½ years in federal prison

After six years of living off the land – oftentimes at the expense of Utah cabin owners – Troy

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New era for Utah politics: 7 counties voting mainly by mail

This month’s primary will be a bit different in Utah – with seven counties conducting balloting

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High school rodeo: Wright brothers soaring to new heights at Utah high school rodeo finals

The Wright brothers, good ol’ Orville and Wilbur, are credited with inventing the first successful

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In our opinion: Weighing costs against benefits, in Utah and around the nation, necessary for sound energy development

Utah is in the enviable position of enjoying a great diversity of energy resources, each of

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Article #000005ED

Solar energy poised to blossom in Utah desert

It’s got lots of flat land at high elevations bathed in abundant sunshine. So Utah must be booming

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Article #000005EC

Recreation: Saturday is Free Fishing Day in Utah

It is time for all those cheapskate, once–a–year anglers to dig their gear out of the garage,

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Article #000005EB

Wild horse advocates flood BLM with roundup opposition

Wild horse advocates say 35,000 people have filed comments with the Bureau of Land

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Article #000005EA

Utah Senate requests public comment on judicial nominees

The Utah Senate Judicial Confirmation Committee is seeking public comment on Paul

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Article #000005E9

Herbert picks longtime Chaffetz staffer as new chief

Gov. Gary Herbert named Justin Harding, a longtime congressional staffer and top aide for

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Article #000005E8

Beaver Ranger District – Fuels Project Updates May 25th 2014

Prescribed burning this spring has been very productive. The 10 Mile / Bellyache project in

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Map: Memorial Day services in Utah

All events are on Monday unless otherwise specified. • American Fork 11 a.m. at the city

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Court papers reveal new details in fatal Utah motel room stabbing

A Tennessee woman accused of killing her husband at a Beaver, Utah, motel initially told

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Tennessee ‘drifter’ killed husband in Beaver motel room, police say

A Tennessee woman charged with murdering her husband in a Beaver motel room made her first

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Tennessean charged with killing her husband in Utah

A Tennessee woman has been charged with killing her husband at a Beaver County motel

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BLM to pull 200 horses from Utah’s West Desert

The federal Bureau of Land Management will likely clear most if not all the wild horses from a

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Article #000005E2

Church history preserved just off I–15 at Cove Fort

Cove Fort is still welcoming travelers after nearly a century and a half. What was first established

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Article #000005E1

BLM seeks bids for new corrals for wild horses in the West

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is soliciting bids for new, short–term holding

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Article #000005E0

Utah forecast: Mother’s Day marked by gray skies, snow

Wintry weather made for a messy Mother’s Day in Central Utah, and a darkened one farther

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Amid debate, eight wild horses captured in Iron County

The Bureau of Land Management on Monday removed eight wild horses from private land

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Article #000005DE

Tensions rising over public land use in Utah, the West

Recapture Creek wanders below cliff faces that once sheltered hundreds of Americans Indians in

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Article #000005DD

Fire destroys tractor trailer, tires, furniture, closes I–15

Fire destroyed a tractor trailer Saturday near the Beaver and Millard county line. The tractor

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Article #000005DC

Counties deploy new Utah law in fight over wild horses

As the Shingle Creek Fire spread two years ago, Kane and Iron county officials fumed, blocked by

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Article #000005DB

Utah a hotbed for nation’s geothermal growth in 2013

Geothermal power that came online in Utah and two other Western states helped keep the

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Article #000005DA

Utah ranchers sue BLM, demand removal of wild horses

Thirteen ranchers in southwestern and central Utah are asking a federal judge to order the

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Utah Wildlife Board steps into federal wild horse issue

The Utah Wildlife Board on Thursday threw its support behind efforts to "put the heat on" the

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Article #000005D8

Under pressure, Utah BLM fast–tracks plea to round up wild horses

Under pressure from ranchers and southern Utah elected leaders, the Bureau of Land

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Article #000005D7

Man charged with kidnapping toddler in I–15 standoff

A man wanted for murder in Louisiana was charged Tuesday with causing an hourslong

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Article #000005D6

Gov. Gary Herbert slammed for wild horse comments

National wild horse advocacy organizations are criticizing Utah Gov. Gary Herbert for his

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Article #000005D5

Utah issues emergency order for swine shows

If Wilbur the pig goes to a livestock show or county fair in Utah, his bacon is cooked.

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Article #000005D4

Stand–off on I–15 Ends Peacefully, Young Child Safe

A two year old girl is safe, after being held for hours by a murder suspect---thought to be

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Article #000005D3

Easy wins at GOP convention for congressmen, Love

Utah’s three Republican Congressmen easily won their party’s nomination at the GOP State

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Article #000005D2

Dust storm causes crashes, closes I–15 in central Utah

A dust storm Friday in southern Utah caused crashes involving 13 vehicles on Interstate 15,

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Report: Colleagues wondered if A.G. Mark Shurtleff was ‘spy’ in fraud case

How former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff handled the prosecution of a wealthy

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Shurtleff responds to report critical of his conduct in Jenson case

Former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff’s handling of the case against convicted fraudster

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Article #000005CF

Utah wind power poised to increase

Four new wind farms are poised for development in Utah after Rocky Mountain Power inked

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Article #000005CE

Jenson’s push to get Swallow, Shurtleff to testify dealt setback

Jailed businessman Marc Sessions Jenson has suffered a setback in his efforts to drag former

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Article #000005CD

Minersville Reservoir Spring Survey – Trout, smallies and wipers, oh my...

Minersville Reservoir Trend Net Survey by Michael Hadley with the DWR’s Southern Region.

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Large controlled burn planned near Beaver in May

Firefighters are planning a massive, 10,000–acre controlled burn next month south of Beaver in

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Article #000005CB

‘Mountain Man’ burglar pleads guilty to federal charges

Troy Knapp, the alleged "Mountain Man" cabin burglar, will serve at least 10 years in federal

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Article #000005CA

Two bodies recovered from Utah helicopter crash site

Two men’s bodies were recovered Monday from a helicopter crash in Emery County. Pilot Robin

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Interagency Fire Center releases list of planned burns

Federal and state parks and forestry agencies have announced an ambitious schedule for

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Article #000005C8

Utah embraces trio of renewable energy firsts

Utah turned a page in the renewable energy handbook this week, embracing a triad of "firsts"

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Iron County, BLM working on wild horse deal

Negotiations are on in the brewing battle over wild horses in southwestern Utah, but so is the

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Article #000005C6

Nominees announced for 5th District Juvenile Court vacancies

The 5th District Judicial Nominating Commission has selected nominees for two vacancies on the

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New charges filed against Utah ‘Mountain Man’

New criminal charges were filed this week against so–called "Mountain Man" Troy James

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Deer population increase likely to yield more hunting permits

There are more deer in Utah than there have been since 2000 and state biologists are

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Defense argues ex–AGs have info that could clear Jensen

The Utah attorney general’s office’s decision to criminally charge jailed businessman Marc

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Jenson lawyer: Swallow, Shurtleff have info that could clear client

Jailed businessman Marc Sessions Jenson is on the hunt for evidence he believes will clear his

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Beaver County sheriff: Arson fire, suspected suicide attempt linked

The Beaver County Sheriff’s Office arrested and jailed a woman Thursday, the day after she

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Report says tourism significant in rural Utah

A senior economist for the Utah Department of Workforce Services said that while tourism isn’t a

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Article #000005BF

Utah bus company closed by feds

Federal officials say a commercial bus carrying the Beaver High School speech and debate team

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Article #000005BE

Power struggle at Utah Legislature over transmission line

A fervent, last–minute pushing match has broken out on Capitol Hill over a huge electrical

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Article #000005BD

Clean energy shines at Utah Legislature

With only a few days left before the close of business at the Utah Legislature, clean energy

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Article #000005BC

Computer preschool program expands to rural Utah

Young children throughout rural Utah will soon get free computer–based preschool lessons in

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Article #000005BB

Looking at future generation

The Intermountain Power Project has been churning out some 90 megawatts of electricity a

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Snow, slush and rain making for slippery Utah travel

Steady rain in the valleys and mountain snow, in places heavy, prompted issuance of several

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Utah forecast: Wet, windy weekend ahead

The National Weather Service warned of a wet and wild denouement to the week as the first of

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Panel approves bill to extend renewable energy tax credits to solar projects

A committee of lawmakers Tuesday agreed to extend the production tax credit to large–scale

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Article #000005B7

Resolution may be close in jailed Utah businessman’s fraud case

A resolution may be in the works for the fraud case against Marc Sessions Jenson, but his

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Article #000005B6

Governor appoints 5th District Court judge

Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed Keith Barnes to fill a vacancy in the 5th District Court, which

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New mountain goat viewing event in Uinta Mountains

There are around 2,000 mountain goats roaming Utah’s highest points. The wild, white and often

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Deal keeps oil rigs out of big chunks of Fishlake National Forest

Oil and gas development on Utah’s Fishlake National Forest is still possible under a deal the

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Ski Lift of the Week: Lookout at Eagle Point

Once known as Elk Meadows, and briefly promoted as the Mount Holly Club, Eagle Point is

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Parking lot brawl follows wrestling tournament

An altercation following a wrestling tournament Saturday resulted in an assistant wrestling coach

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GOP lawmakers speak in defense of same–sex marriage ban

In a partisan show of support, 81 Utah lawmakers signed on to a brief filed late Monday

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On Utah’s side: A digest version of amicus briefs filed in same-sex marriage case

Here are the briefs, in a nutshell, filed to support Utah’s defense of Amendment 3. I will be

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Article #000005AE

Graphic: Military weapons sent to Utah police

Sixty–two Utah police agencies are participants in what is called the 1033 Program. Under the,

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Article #000005AD

Drought disaster declared in Utah, 10 other states

Federal officials have designated portions of Utah and 10 other drought–ridden Western and

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Article #000005AC

Flu takes lives of three in southwest Utah

Three more Utahns have died because of the flu, this time in southwest Utah. The three

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Article #000005AB

Las Vegas man dies in rural Utah crash

A Las Vegas man died Sunday after driving off Interstate 15 in Beaver County. Joseph Chase,

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Article #000005AA

Hosts admit Swallow fundraiser cost more than reported

A Holladay couple who staged a 2012 fundraiser for John Swallow have amended the report of

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Article #000005A9

Same–sex couples denied Utah marriage licenses in court order’s wake

Kevin Chrisman and James Gerena were a moment too late for a lifelong pledge. After

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A list of Utah’s 57 homicides in 2013

A list of Utah’s homicides in 2013. The list also includes killings that were deemed to be in self–

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Article #000005A7

Swallow campaign filed fake tax papers, new warrants show

Seven new search warrants in the investigation of former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow

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Article #000005A6

Swallow, gay marriage, West Valley cops lead Utah’s newsy 2013

Test you knowledge of the leading 2013 news stories with our quiz at the bottom of the page.

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Biggest stories around the world from 2013

Year in review: From the Boston Marathon bombings to the rescue of 3 women held

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