Park manager: Antelope Island will recover from wildfire quickly

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The state park’s manager said the fire didn’t touch any campgrounds, structures or wildlife, despite burning 15,111 acres of the approximately 28,000-acre park.


VIDEO: Discussing race and policing in Northern Utah

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Law enforcement officers and African-American residents from around Northern Utah met at the Standard-Examiner to discuss race, policing, trust and building community.


5 stories for Wednesday: Clearfield fire investigated; Clinton becomes nominee

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Happy Wednesday! Here are the top stories to know for the day.  

High School

'22 in 22' high school football series highlights Northern Utah teams' stories

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A series previewing 22 Northern Utah high school football teams heading into the 2016 season kicks off Thursday, July 28.


Utah physicians to sue 'Diesel Brothers' reality TV group for smoking trucks

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The Discovery Channel’s “Diesel Brothers” allegedly tamper with their diesel trucks to blow polluting black smoke against federal law, according to the group’s letter showing intent to sue.


Kaysville's 'Little Mermaid' to benefit 7-year-old cancer sufferer

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The show will honor and raise proceeds for 7-year-old Sophie Jacobsen.


Utah Planned Parenthood pulls condoms with Mormon symbol

The Planned Parenthood Association of Utah is pulling an image of a condom packages printed with “CTR,” a symbol associated with Mormon children’s teachings, from its Facebook page.


Inaugural podcast contemplates value — or lack thereof — of fireworks

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Your ears are in for a treat.

High School

BYU to Big 12 would make ‘huge difference’ in recruiting for Katoa, Damuni

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Tayler Katoa and Levani Damuni are hot commodities in college football recruiting. The class of 2017 stars from Layton High and Ridgeline High talk about if BYU to the Big 12 expansion would change their recruiting outlook.


Attorney questions constitutionality of trying Layton teen as adult for murder

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Marilee Patricia Gardner’s attorneys plan to file a motion concerning the constitutionality of direct filing her murder charges in adult court. Gardner, a Layton 16-year-old, is accused of causing a hit-and-run crash in Roy that killed Maddison Haan, 20, of West Point and Tyler...

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