Utah public lands bill could become law this session

WASHINGTON — Summer break over and elections ahead, Congress is beginning an abbreviated September session with must-do tasks of preventing a government

Arts & Culture

Grebes highlight bird refuge photo contest

BRIGHAM CITY — A near-record number of photographs were turned in for the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge’s annual photo contest, this year’s


Road rage, however righteous, can turn on you

RIVERSIDE — In a parking lot road rage incident, police responded to a motorist calling 911 to say a woman was pounding on her windshield making


Peach Days crowds abound

BRIGHAM CITY — Peach Days kicked into high gear Saturday with thousands descending on the town, almost tripling its population for the weekend. Like the


IRS phone scam spreading

BRIGHAM CITY — A phone scam involving callers threatening to arrest people for back taxes may be picking up speed. The Box Elder County Sheriff’s


Brigham City business park eyed to lure metals manufacturer

BRIGHAM CITY — A mystery suitor is eyeing the north end of town as a possible location for a metal manufacturing plant, which has officials here looking


Two arrests this week make it nine in three years

BRIGHAM CITY — Police arrested a registered sex offender twice in three days, upping the total to nine arrests in three years for the 43-year-old. David


Multiple offending suspect flees new charges

BRIGHAM CITY — Police are looking for an apparently elusive Brigham City man who has been charged with 13 counts of failure to register as a sex offender.


Garland council cuts mayor's tenfold pay raise in half

GARLAND — Small-town America quarreled with itself in public here Wednesday night about the mayor’s pay raise. The arguments lobbed back and forth


Two alcohol arrests in a week, even Mom locks you out

BRIGHAM CITY — A boy only a mother could love. Well, maybe not. A 34-year-old had a bad week here recently, arrested twice by the Brigham police

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