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Dabakis petition urges state Medicaid approval

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SALT LAKE CITY — One state senator hopes to close the health coverage gap that currently exists for Utahns below the federal poverty level by urging Gov. Gary Herbert to abandon his

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Davis County saves money on 2 projects

FARMINGTON — Construction change orders without fail tend to rise, costing public entities more dollars than what was originally planned for large capital


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Weber County bows out of prison site competition

Davis County has submitted six possible sites to the state's panel seeking a new home for the Draper prison, while Box Elder County has identified four and Weber


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League of Women Voters releases 2014 Utah guide

Utah's League of Women Voters has released its new voting guide for 2014. The league received responses from 39 percent of the 209 candidates in the upcoming


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Marijuana industry makes political donations

DENVER — The entrepreneurs of the young U.S. marijuana industry are taking another step into the mainstream, becoming political donors who use some of their


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Up to 40 homes in Skyline Drive right of way

PLEASANT VIEW — An environmental study is under way for the proposed Skyline Drive project through Pleasant View. Project Manager Gary Horton of Project


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Mountainside development rejected in Pleasant View

PLEASANT VIEW — The city council has rejected a proposed amendment to Pleasant View’s general plan that would have allowed a high-density master planned


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Mount Ogden park crowding frustrates neighbors

OGDEN — Ogden officials have tried for years to curb the overuse of Mount Ogden Park, but a longtime resident who lives near the popular community


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Glen Canyon Dam marks 50 years as power source

PHOENIX — U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and other officials on Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of power generation by Glen Canyon Dam, a structure


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Poll: Confused by issues of the day? Join the club

WASHINGTON (AP) — Confused by President Barack Obama’s health care law? How about the debate over government surveillance? The way the Federal Reserve affects


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South Weber shoots down patio homes zone

SOUTH WEBER — Retirees looking to settle in South Weber may have to go elsewhere to spend their golden years because the city council removed a high-density


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