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OGDEN — Located in a 30-year-old strip mall, sharing space with a Little Caesars, an Army recruitment center and a Metro PCS, Sitara India might not look like much from the outside.

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From the moment the tournament began on June 14 to the final seconds of the championship match on July 15, the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia captivated soccer — or “football” — fanatics across the globe.

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Considering the recent school shootings that have swept the nation, as well as marking the one-year anniversary of the Las Vegas shooting, it becomes necessary to examine why government action on gun control is critical and why it is not possible to reach a conservative solution.

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The blood inside your body is dark red; your veins only look blue because of the way they reflect light.

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One of the goals in going as a group on an ATV ride is to come back with the same number of people who started together. Of course, there is safety in numbers — especially due to the nature of Utah trails, which lead riders out a long way from services needed.

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“What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”

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The “dog days of summer” are July 3 to Aug. 11 and take their name from the Dog Star (Sirius) in the constellation Canis Major. In ancient times, Sirius was blamed for the hot weather, droughts and sickness associated with summer.

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On May 7, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said, “I have put in place a ‘zero tolerance’ policy for illegal entry on our Southwest border. If you cross this border unlawfully, then we will prosecute you. It’s that simple.”

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July’s celebrations include National Blueberry Month, National Hot Dog Month and National Anti-Boredom Month.

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The right to vote is one of the most fundamental civil liberties in the world, and has been one of the most fought-for civil rights ever. In 1920, with the passing of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote, every adult citizen of the United States theoretically had the right …

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The Thirteen Colonies declared independence on July 2, 1776, at Independence Hall in Philadelphia. The Declaration of Independence wasn’t signed until Aug. 2 of that year in the hall.

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In addition to celebrating the birth of our country, many Utahns will be looking to escape the heat and wet a fishing line over the July 4 holiday. Fishing can be a great family activity and a perfect way to relax over the holiday. And Utah provides several great options.

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Washington D.C. is so much more than the capital of our country. It is a setting of justice, a memorial of liberty and a center for equality.

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The first drive-in movie theater, or “park-in theater,” as it was called, opened in 1933 in Camden, New Jersey. 

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When I drive Utah’s highways, I am always looking for dirt roads and trails. One of the aspects I enjoy about my riding experience is discovering where trails take me. I ventured out on the Bridger Jack Mesa Trail because of what I had heard about it.

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In just eight days, three boats infested with quagga mussels almost launched on water bodies in Northern Utah. Fortunately, skilled technicians with the Division of Wildlife Resources and Utah State Parks found the mussels before the boats were able to launch.

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SALT LAKE CITY — The “aggressive and insensitive” treatment of families at the U.S.-Mexico border is troubling, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said in a Monday statement. 

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One-hump camels are dromedaries, common in Africa and the Middle East. Two-hump camels are bactrian camels, native to the Gobi Desert of Mongolia.

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It seems crazy that Disney’s movie “The Incredibles” was first released 14 years ago! With the June 15 release of the highly anticipated sequel, “Incredibles 2,” I can’t help but think back to some of the important life lessons that I learned from the first movie.

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We are living in an age when all the information we could ever want is only a few keystrokes away. The rise of technology in the last several decades has led to the development of the World Wide Web, but this wealth of knowledge comes with many drawbacks.

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The ATV trails in San Juan County have been on my list for a long time. I was pleased when the NUATV club scheduled a ride on the Arch Canyon Trail. One of the guides for the annual San Juan Safari, Ron Toomey, was kind enough to take us through this historic and beautiful country.