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Lee: President Should Submit Any Climate Agreement To

December 1, 2015
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Lee: President Should Submit Any Climate Agreement To

(Washington, DC)  —  U.S. Senator Mike Lee is again questioning President Obama’s power to strike international agreements on climate change.  In a statement and media interviews, yesterday, the Utah Republican asked the President to submit any agreement reached during this week’s Paris talks to Congress for approval. (A) Lee called such an agreement a treaty...

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM STAFF AND MANAGMENT OF KCYN-KCPX

November 25, 2015
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM STAFF AND MANAGMENT OF KCYN-KCPX

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Grand County High School students of the month for November 2015

November 24, 2015
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Grand County High School students of the month for November 2015

(Moab, Utah)- Grand County High School’s students of the month for November 2015 are Brenda Ramirez and Tyrese Stash. Ramirez is a senior. She is the daughter of Bertha Estrada and Juan Carlos Ramirez Soto. Ramirez says her favorite class is video production. “I get to shoot videos and edit them,” says Ramirez, who...

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LDS Meeting Length Experiment for Boston, Cancelled

November 24, 2015
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LDS Meeting Length Experiment for Boston, Cancelled

SALT LAKE CITY — A two-month experiment in a Boston, Massachusetts LDS Stake to shorten Sunday meeting services has been canceled. Boston stake leaders with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced they were going to test the new schedule beginning in January. The plan has been canceled after recognizing it was...

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Herbert: Responsibility To Be Prudent On Syrian Refugees

November 24, 2015
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Herbert:  Responsibility To Be Prudent On Syrian Refugees

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Utah politicians are continuing to make their position on Syrian refugees more clear.  Governor Gary Herbert says Utah isn’t changing its policy on accepting the refugees, but does want a review of how those refugees are selected.  The governor spoke at the Hinckley Institute of Politics yesterday and clarified...

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Herbert Joins Other Republican Governors With Refugee Letter

November 23, 2015
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Herbert Joins Other Republican Governors With Refugee Letter

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Governor Herbert is joining 26 other Republican state governors in expressing their concern over Syrian refugees.  The governors asked President Obama to a temporarily halt plans for any further resettlement of Syrian refugees in a letter sent Friday.  The group says a review of how the federal government checks...

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“Keep It In The Ground” Protest

November 23, 2015
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“Keep It In The Ground” Protest

SALT LAKE CITY — A national movement urging President Barack Obama to stop any new federal leases for fossil fuels turned its attention on Salt Lake City Tuesday, staging a victory party after the Bureau of Land Management postponed an oil and gas lease sale. Groups that include the Center for Biological Diversity, WildEarth...

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Fire Destroys Toy making Shop in Duchesne County

November 23, 2015
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Fire Destroys Toy making Shop in Duchesne County

DUCHESNE COUNTY, Utah  A well-known gift store and wood shop in Duchesne County went up in flames Saturday afternoon. Firefighters from Duchesne and Altomont Fire Departments responded to an older mobile home, where they discovered the structure was already engulfed in flames. The mobile home belonged to Don Mckee. He’s been using it as...

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Air France Flight Diverted Over Security Incident

November 18, 2015
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Air France Flight Diverted Over Security Incident

(Los Angeles, CA)  —  The FAA says an Air France Jumbo Jet A-380 flight from Los Angeles to Paris was diverted to Salt Lake City for what’s being called a security threat.  Reports say a bomb threat was phoned in to the airline yesterday.  A second flight from Dulles International Airport in Washington, DC...

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Blanding gets New Police and Fire Leaders

November 18, 2015
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Blanding gets New Police and Fire Leaders

(Blanding Utah) Blanding has  new Police Chief and Fire Chief this month. Mayor Calvin Balch appointed Jason Torgerson, a 13 year veteran of the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office as Police Chief and Cory Spillman  as Fire Chief. Torgerson headed the Drug Task Force in the area prior to his appointment as chief.

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