Bill Bans Panhandling On Busy Roads

February 1, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) — A bill banning pan handling on busy roadways is gaining momentum in the state legislature. The law would prohibit exchanging money or property from moving cars to people on any paved road with a speed limit of 35 and over. Republican Representative Steve Eliason says its written in a...

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Press Release: GCHS student’s photo wins Congressional award

January 31, 2017
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  GCHS student’s photo wins Congressional award Grand County High School senior Kirsten Broderick recently had one of her photographs win the First Place Award in the 3rd Congressional District art and photography competition. The piece, titled “Working Hands,” shows a pair of gloved gardener’s hands. Broderick said she entered the picture in the...

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Hikers Encounter Charging Moose In Ogden Canyon

January 30, 2017
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(Ogden, UT) — A group of hikers is okay after encountering an upset moose on an Ogden Canyon trail. The group of more than a dozen hikers was charged by the moose early Saturday as they walked along Wheeler Creek. A dog apparently spooked the moose, which charged down the trail and forced the...

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Herbert Supports Vetting, Not Sure Total Ban Is The Answer

January 30, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) — Governor Gary Herbert says he supports the idea behind President Trump’s refugee ban. The governor said Friday that the President’s executive order is designed to protect the U.S. from terrorists, which is an idea he thinks everyone supports. Herbert said that religion alone should not determine who can enter...

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Salt Lake County Shuns Trump Immigration Agenda

January 27, 2017
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(Salt Lake County, UT)  —  Add Salt Lake County to Utah governments refusing to enforce President Trump’s new immigration agenda.  Mayor Ben McAdams today pledged that county law enforcement will focus on criminal activities, not civil violations of federal code.  Salt Lake City officials yesterday said they will not enforce Trump’s plan for stricter...

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BYU Air Force ROTC Program Might Move Because Of Honor Code

January 27, 2017
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(Provo, UT)  —  BYU could be losing its Air Force ROTC program because an officer is refusing to follow the university’s Honor Code.  The honor code requires students and faculty to abstain from alcohol, coffee, drugs, premarital sex and other activities opposed by the Mormon church.  BYU Training Corps commander, Colonel Timothy Hogan, is...

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