Tremonton Neighborhood Cleaning Up After Flood

February 21, 2017
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(Tremonton, UT)  —  People in a Tremonton neighborhood spent their President’s Day cleaning up from flooding.  Heavy rains combined with snow melt sent water rushing into the neighborhood near 16-50 West 125 North on Sunday.  Emergency crews were able to get onsite with sandbags and pumps quickly enough to keep the damage to a...

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Hundreds March In “Not My President’s Day” Rally

February 21, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Hundreds of people gathered for a march and rally in Salt Lake City to protest President Trump.  Yesterday’s march from the Wallace Bennett Federal Building to the City-County Building was part of marches nationwide dubbed “Not My President’s Day.”  The march ended at city hall where marchers listened to...

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Rail Car Dumps Nitric Acid

February 20, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  No injuries are reported from a chemical spill on West Fortune Drive.  Salt Lake City Haz-Mat officials say they’ve contained an unknown amount of nitric acid spilled from a rail car.  They haven’t said what led to the spill.

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Bill Allows Liquor Agency To Keep Profits

February 20, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The state legislature is close to approving a bill that would allow the state liquor department to keep some of its profits.  Current law requires it to operate under a set budget and return all profits.  The bill lets the agency keep a million dollars for employee incentives, equipment...

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BLM Prescribed Burn For This Weekend

February 17, 2017
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(San Juan County, UT) Conducting prescribed burns reduces the wildfire risk for adjacent communities, restores ecosystem health and enhances wildlife habitat. When:  The prescribed burn will take place February 17th-19th depending on weather. Where: Devil Canyon (between Monticello and Blanding at Canyon Terrace, adjacent to Highway 191) – pile burning for approximately 600 acres...

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Mumps Cases Confirmed

February 16, 2017
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(Salt Lake County, UT)  —  Two cases of mumps are confirmed in Salt Lake County.  Health officials say the two people attend the same school and the cases are unrelated to a previous reported outbreak.  They urge people to contact their health provider or the local health department for vaccination against measles, mumps or...

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