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How to irrigate Syracuse farmland cut off by housing?

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SYRACUSE — How can farmers still irrigate small parcels of land in Syracuse City that become cut off from open ditches because of residential development? That’s another concern...

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Hatch to IRS: Quit buying kazoos and toy footballs

Cutting back on its stock of kazoos, bathtub toy boats and Thomas the Tank Engine wristbands is just one way Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says the Internal Revenue Service...


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Colorado GOP makes noise in Western lands battle

DENVER — Colorado Republicans are joining GOP colleagues in other Western states trying to exert more control over federal lands. The state Senate gave...


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GrassRoots: Some Northern Utah Republicans not conservative

OGDEN — Some Davis, Weber and Box Elder county lawmakers have been given failing grades by a GrassRoots conservative group for their vote record during the...


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Political newcomer joins Sunset City Council

SUNSET — A political newcomer has been appointed by the Sunset City Council to fill the vacancy created by the recent resignation of councilman Chris R....


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Big money in politics emerges as a rising issue

At almost the same time last week that a Florida mailman was landing a gyrocopter in front of the U.S. Capitol to protest the influence of the wealthy on politics,...




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Summit threatens Wolf Creek sewer district with eviction

EDEN — A landlord-tenant dispute has erupted between Summit Mountain Holding Group and Wolf Creek Water and Sewer Improvement District involving land occupied...


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Odd Pleasant View subdivision posing a governance problem

PLEASANT VIEW — A subdivision still in the planning phase has council members in a quandary regarding how to handle road improvements. Chatelain...


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Development battle rages over sensitive land in Layton

LAYTON — The battle over sensitive land rages after a rare five-hour Layton City Council meeting where the developer, city staff, hired engineers and...


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How to irrigate Syracuse farmland cut off by housing?

SYRACUSE — How can farmers still irrigate small parcels of land in Syracuse City that become cut off from open ditches because of residential development?...


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Funeral Saturday for former Utah Gov. Norman Bangerter

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah leaders will gather in West Jordan on Saturday to attend funeral services for former Gov. Norman Bangerter. Bangerter died Tuesday...


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Hatch to IRS: Quit buying kazoos and toy footballs

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