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Utah Docs Say Use Moderation in Eating Meat/React to Study

October 27, 2015
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Utah Docs Say Use Moderation in Eating Meat/React to Study

(Salt Lake City)- A new study by the World Health Organization says there is a link between the risk for colon cancer and processed meats, but local physicians say the findings likely won’t require a change for the majority of people. The study found that every 50-gram portion of processed meat, if eaten daily,...

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Police Say More EBT Cards Found During Drug Dealer Arrests

October 27, 2015
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Police Say More EBT Cards Found During Drug Dealer Arrests

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Unified Police say more and more people who receive state aid on EBT cards are exchanging them for drugs.  Investigators say they are finding the Horizon cards on drug dealers during arrests.  Police officials attribute the trend to an increase in heroin trafficking in Utah.  But they add that...

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New Trial Denied in Recapture Case

October 23, 2015
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New Trial Denied in Recapture Case

(Salt Lake City/Blanding Utah)-The Petroglyph News Blog reports that yesterday, a motion for a new trial in the Recapture Canyon Protest case was denied by District Judge David Nuffer.  In his order, Judge Nuffer says, The defendants do not have standing to raise the issue of whether Recapture canyon is an RS 2477 road...

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Weekly Air Service in Moab

October 23, 2015
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Weekly Air Service in Moab

(Moab Utah)- Utah Airways (Ogden) has announced plans to begin 2x weekly return flights between Salt Lake City and Moab effective Friday, October 16. The unsubsidized operations are on-board the carrier’s fleet of Piper (twin piston) PA-31 Navajos. The route is an interim replacement for Great Lakes Airlines (ZK, Cheyenne) whose Essential Air Service...

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WVC Computer Testing Lab Destroyed By Fire

October 23, 2015
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WVC Computer Testing Lab Destroyed By Fire

(West Valley City, UT)  —  Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed a West Valley City computer testing lab early Sunday.  The fire at the Nemko facility on West Alexander Street was reported just after 2 a.m. Sunday and took several hours to bring under control.  Firefighters were...

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San Juan County Navajos Say Bear’s Ears Monument Plan, Not Their Plan

October 22, 2015
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San Juan County Navajos Say Bear’s Ears Monument Plan, Not Their Plan

(Blanding Utah) San Juan County Comissioner  Rebecca Benally, a Navajo, said San Juan County’s plan is for the area to receive protections under a federally designated National Conservation Area, which has fewer restrictions. She says quote “It is the residents of this county who put that proposal together, not just the commission,” Benally said...

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Utah Lawmaker Cleared of Fraud Allegations in Public Lands Debate

October 22, 2015
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Utah Lawmaker Cleared of Fraud Allegations in Public Lands Debate

(SALT LAKE C — A letter released yesterday by the Utah Attorney General’s Office said a thorough review found insufficient evidence that Utah State representative Ken Ivory, committed fraud in connection with his work raising money in a public lands fight against the federal government. Ivory says he welcomed the news, but knew it...

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Jeb Bush: Interior Would Be Better If Based In West

October 22, 2015
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Jeb Bush:  Interior Would Be Better If Based In West

(Reno, NV)  —  Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush thinks he has the solution for the friction between the U.S. Interior Department and landowners in the West.  Bush said the headquarters of the Interior Department should be moved to a western city such as Denver, Reno or Salt Lake City.  Bush also criticized the Obama...

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Federal Exchange Health Policies About To See Big Increases

October 22, 2015
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Federal Exchange Health Policies About To See Big Increases

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Five of the six companies that offer health insurance through Utah’s federal health exchange are about to raise their policy prices.  The increases will range from just under 17 percent for policies from Select Health to just over 45 percent for those from Arches Mutual Insurance.  Altius, Bridgespan and...

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Mormon Elder Criticizes Kim Davis, Supports Religious Accommodation

October 21, 2015
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Mormon Elder Criticizes Kim Davis, Supports Religious Accommodation

(Sacramento, CA)  —  An elder of the Mormon Church is calling out a Kentucky county clerk, saying her beliefs should not influence her actions as a public official.  Elder Dallin H. Oaks of the Quorum of the Apostles did not mention Kim Davis by name yesterday.  But in a speech on the boundaries between...

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