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PLEASANT VIEW — Pleasant View City has joined a chorus the includes many other governments across the state formally asking residents to reduce water usage and warning of increased punitive measures for those who don’t.

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OGDEN — While the greater Ogden area might not be Utah County’s Silicon Slopes, recruiting tech companies and the typically high-paying jobs that follow has been a focus of several governments along the northern Wasatch Front, including Ogden City.

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SALT LAKE CITY — The silvery blue waters of the Great Salt Lake sprawl across the Utah desert, having covered an area nearly the size of Delaware for much of history. For years, though, the largest natural lake west of the Mississippi River has been shrinking. And a drought gripping the Amer…

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Northern Utah is hotter than the hinges on the gates of Hades right now — not just the real estate market, which has been hovering in the triple digits for some time, but the actual outside temperature as well. While this is not unusual for Utah to see warm weather in the summer months, this…

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Utah lawmakers are at odds about whether to hold a special session in order to grant local control over fireworks as the July holidays approach and as the state continues to face extreme drought conditions.

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During Governor Spencer Cox's monthly press conference on Thursday, Cox touched on his want to ban fireworks statewide, his lack of authority to do so, the legislature not wanting to tighten restrictions, and how easy it is to spark a fire in the current drought conditions.

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Did you know that a majority of the water supply we receive in northern Utah comes in the form of snow? This means that lackluster winters result in lackluster spring runoff. Reservoirs used to store water for drinking, irrigation and agriculture suffer as they are unable to fill and recover…