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    Utah congressman says North Korea talk on Guam is just rhetoric

      WASHINGTON, D.C. — Representative Rob Bishop, R-Utah, says the talk from North Korea right now about Guam is mainly just rhetoric. “The comments by North Korea, I don’t think you should take as anything out of the ordinary from what has been going on,” he told Jeff Caplan’s Afternoon News on KSL Newsradio. Bishop […]
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    National anthem performance prompts apology in Summit County Utah

      COALVILLE — Summit County leaders are apologizing for the way the national anthem was sung before the demolition derby this past weekend. Summit County manager Tom Fisher says complaints started to come in during the fair, and then via email, phone and social media all weekend.  He said the rendition of the national anthem […]
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    Pokémon, NO!

    SOUTH OGDEN – It may be an extremely popular smartphone game, but Pokémon GO is proving to be an extreme nuisance for one business owner. When Burch Creek Mercantile owner Robert Higgs first learned his ice cream and candy store would be a stop for Pokémon GO, he thought it would be great for business.  […]
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    Some Macey’s grocery stores to open on Sundays

      A Utah grocery store is planning to open its doors on Sundays for the first time.  Certain Macey’s stores will add Sunday hours later this month. For 70 years, Macey’s has not been open on Sundays, and even prided itself on that.  But now Macey’s will soon be open every day at five of […]
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    Hiker missing in Summit County

      KAMAS — Dozens of teams are out in the mountains near Crystal Lake, off Mirror Lake Highway, looking for a missing 74-year-old hiker. His family says Melvin Heaps is an experienced hiker who likes to take day hikes of five to seven miles, but they became worried when he didn’t return Monday from his […]
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    Family, police describe worrisome behavior before American Fork man disappeared

    AMERICAN FORK — Police say they are following up on pages and pages of leads, five days after the disappearance of a young husband and father. Paul Swenson’s wife and family are also providing new details about his behavior in the days leading up to his disappearance July 27th. He was last seen at his […]
  • Education

    Granite School District approves property tax hike for teacher raises

    SALT LAKE COUNTY — An 11% pay raise is going to soon take effect in the Granite School District, after a unanimous, late night vote. This spring and summer, several area school districts announced teacher pay increases in what some described as a salary “arms race” to help recruit and retain high-quality teachers. For residents […]
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    Hatch: It’s time to move on from Healthcare Gridlock

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, says Democrats just have no real desire to work together on the healthcare issue, and some Republicans are at fault, too. Hatch told Reuters that there’s just too much animosity, and senators are just too divided for now to keep working on it. Hatch said the Senate needs […]
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    Property taxes going up across Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY — You should have received your property tax valuation in the mail, and you may be asked to pay more. Taxpayer groups say Utahns should attend the august “truth in taxation” hearings. Evelyn Everton with Americans for Prosperity Utah chapter, says if people don’t email or call or comment or go in-person, […]
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    Search continues for missing American Fork man

      SALT LAKE CITY — The search continues for a missing American Fork man who vanished Thursday — leaving behind a wife and baby. Family members and volunteers have been searching for Paul Swenson around the clock since late last week. They say the decisions he made before vanishing were very out of character. He told […]