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Utah rally Saturday for GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul

OREM — Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul is scheduled to be in Utah on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28-29, for campaign events. The Kentucky senator...


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Davis County Commissioners to appear at Kaysville meeting

KAYVILLE — The Davis County Commissioners will attend the Kaysville City Council Meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1. The commissioners...


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Hundreds rally to support Planned Parenthood at Utah capitol

SALT LAKE CITY -- Scores of Utahns dressed in pink rallied Tuesday night at the state’s capitol building in support of Planned Parenthood. The hour-long...


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GOP candidate Jeb Bush holds fundraiser in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush was in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Aug. 25, for a fundraising luncheon where he spoke about...


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Activist wins court case over Ogden campaign records

OGDEN — One Ogden activist refused to take no for an answer in his quest to obtain government records related to political shenanigans that played out in...




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New 'Jurassic National Monument' part of public lands plan

SALT LAKE CITY — A public lands proposal set to be unveiled next month would promote Utah’s reputation as a mecca for dinosaur fossils by elevating...


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Liquor board delays Layton distillery mini-bottle rule decision

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — State liquor bosses say they’re not ready to give a brandy distillery special permission to sell mini-bottles of liquor and...


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ATV protest rider jail time sought by prosecutors

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal prosecutors are requesting jail time for a county commissioner convicted of leading an ATV protest ride on an off-limits trail in a...


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Layton distillery seeks mini-bottle waiver

SALT LAKE CITY — State liquor bosses on Tuesday, Aug. 25, will consider granting special permission for a Layton brandy distillery to sell sample sizes of...


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Mystery flooding finally recedes in northeast Ogden neighborhood

OGDEN — After battling a mysterious but steady flow of water into their basements for eight weeks, homeowners on Ogden’s northeast bench are finally...


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Council member leaves seat in Kaysville

KAYSVILLE — Officials here are planning to select a new Kaysville city council member Sept. 22. Council member Jared Taylor on Tuesday, Sept. 1,...


No more gas chamber for euthanizing animals in Sandy

SALT LAKE CITY — The city of Sandy is banning the gas chamber in favor lethal injection for euthanizing animals. The Deseret News reports the city...