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Penney’s To Close Historic Price Store

January 14, 2016
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Penney’s To Close Historic Price Store

(Price, UT)  —  Officials with JCPenney say they will close a historic store in Price later this spring.  The 105-year-old store will close in April with six other stores around the U.S.  A company spokesperson said yesterday that the stores being closed are mainly older and in smaller markets.  The Price store was the...

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Monticello Police Chief Fired

January 13, 2016
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Monticello Police Chief Fired

(Monticello Utah)- Monticello Police Chief Kent Adair was fired by The Monticello City Council on a 5-0 vote Tuesday night, after a 911-call investigation. The vote decision came after a closed session that lasted over two hours. The council agreed to a three month severance package through the end of March. The firing was...

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Recapture Defendants Appeal Sentence, Conviction

January 13, 2016
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Recapture Defendants Appeal Sentence, Conviction

(Salt Lake City)-Just before closing, yesterday, San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman walked into the federal courthouse to appeal his conviction for an illegal ATV protest ride in a southern Utah canyon. Lyman says so far he is handling his own appeal without a lawyer. Monticello City Councilman Monte Wells’ attorney, Nathan Crane, filed...

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Lawsuit Filed to Stop Monticello Wind Project

January 13, 2016
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Lawsuit Filed to Stop Monticello Wind Project

(Monticello Utah)- The San Juan Record reports this morning that a Monticello Property Owners Citizen’s Group, The Northern Monticello Alliance has file suit to halt the Latigo Wind Turbine Project on the north edge of Monticello. Members of the organization claim to own property in the area. The suit was filed in 7th District...

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Hatch, Lee Blast Obama After State Of The Union

January 13, 2016
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Hatch, Lee Blast Obama After State Of The Union

(Washington, DC)  —  Utah’s two Republican senators are not giving President Obama high marks for his final State of the Union speech.  Senators Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee both issued video reactions to the speech, and each criticized Obama for failing to work with Congress.  Hatch said the President’s legacy will be one of...

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UPDATE – MONTICELLO CHIEF FIRED

January 12, 2016
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UPDATE – MONTICELLO CHIEF FIRED

>>Monticello Police Chief Fired (Monticello Utah)- Monticello Police Chief Kent Adair was fired by The Monticello City Council on a 5-0 vote Tuesday night, after a 911-call investigation. The vote decision came after a closed session that lasted over two hours. Last month, Adair had been placed on leave during the probe. Adair was...

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Police ID Wheelchair-Bound Man Killed In Auto-Pedestrian Crash

January 12, 2016
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Police ID Wheelchair-Bound Man Killed In Auto-Pedestrian Crash

(Layton, UT)  —  Police are releasing the identity of a wheelchair-bound man killed in an auto-pedestrian accident in Layton.  Authorities say 42-year-old Adam Brimhall of Clearfield was killed yesterday morning while crossing the road at 2080 Main Street.  Police say Brimhall was not using a crosswalk at the time of the crash.  An investigation...

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Lawyer: Oregon Refuge Situation Not A Standoff

January 11, 2016
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Lawyer:  Oregon Refuge Situation Not A Standoff

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A Utah attorney who recently traveled to Oregon to meet with the armed men who took over a wildlife refuge says the situation is not a standoff.  Todd MacFarlane says the ongoing takeover of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge is more occupation than standoff with the federal government.  MacFarlane traveled...

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LDS Leader: Same-Sex Policy Came Directly From God

January 11, 2016
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LDS Leader:  Same-Sex Policy Came Directly From God

Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A leader of the Mormon Church says its policy on same-sex couples and their children was a revelation that came directly from God.  In a speech broadcast worldwide last night, Apostle Russell M. Nelson said the policy that labels same-sex couples as apostates of the faith was revealed to...

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Remains Found Those of Moab Gunman

January 7, 2016
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(Moab Utah)- Grand County authorities have confirmed that remains found in a cave near Moab are a man police believe shot and wounded  Utah state park ranger Brody Young in 2010 and eluded more than 100 officers in a desert manhunt. Grand County Sheriff Steven White said the Utah Medical Examiner informed him Wednesday...

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