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Clearfield developers seek city commitment

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CLEARFIELD – Uncertainty about how the city might be able to contribute to a proposed $122 million development on 70 acres of Utah Transit Authority property near the Clearfield Station will

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North Salt Lake says it's not at fault for landslide

NORTH SALT LAKE — The city says it’s not to blame for a landslide that crushed a home earlier this month and forced evacuations in a mountainside


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Los Angeles port welcomes massive rubber duck

LOS ANGELES — The Port of Los Angeles is welcoming an unusual visitor — the world’s biggest bath toy. A 60-foot-tall rubber duck sailed into port


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Centerville not interested in seeing UTOPIA on ballot

CENTERVILLE – City leaders have no interest in pursuing a public vote on UTOPIA this fall. Following a lengthy work session Tuesday, Mayor Paul Cutler chose


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Clerks say no to $300M UTOPIA ballot question

Four county clerk’s offices around the state are putting the brakes on the plans of six UTOPIA cities to place a $300 million investment deal on


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Davis Conference Center inks long-term events

LAYTON — Three well known state organizations have committed to multi-year agreements to hold their annual conventions at the Davis Conference Center in


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Washington Boulevard road work rolls on

OGDEN — The rehabilitation of Washington Boulevard from 2nd Street to 22nd Street continues as crews work to upgrade the road surface. Crews are performing


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$350K in storm damage to Pleasant View road

PLEASANT VIEW -- Heavy rains this month have caused an estimated $350,000 damage to 500 West, with storm drain problems to blame, said City Engineer Brandon Jones.


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Clearfield considers high-speed Internet

CLEARFIELD – Clearfield officials want to look into the possibility of bringing high-speed Internet and fiber optics to the city. No, that doesn’t mean


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Kaysville council OKs 99.6 percent tax hike

KAYSVILLE — Public safety outweighed public outcry and the Kaysville City Council by a 4-to-1 vote approved Thursday night a $30 million fiscal year 2014-15


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UTA stays out of Morgan, for now

MORGAN — The Utah Transit Authority has decided to keep its bus service out of Morgan County, after residents at a public hearing spoke against the estimated


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