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Police: Calif. man drove to Vernal for sex with girl, 12

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Salt Lake City bike program grows

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Family and friends remember Clinton teens

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House fire closes part of Wall Avenue

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Former Utah rodeo chairman sentenced in theft case

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Weber State plans center at Station Park

FARMINGTON -- The best place for a business professional to earn a master’s degree may be in a busy commerce center — it’s an idea that Weber


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Family and friends remember Clinton teens

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