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Utah saw uptick of violent crimes in 2016

Utah saw uptick of violent crimes in 2016

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A new report shows violent crime in Utah rose by nearly 18 percent in 2016 over the year before. A Utah Department of Public Safety report issued by the department Thursday said that homicides rose by 43 percent from 54 incidents in 2015 to 77 […]

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New Miss Ephraim to be chosen on Saturday

New Miss Ephraim to be chosen on Saturday

A new Miss Ephraim will be chosen on Saturday night as seven young ladies compete to represent the city. “Dream, wish, believe” is the theme of this year’s scholarship pageant being held at the Eccles Center on the Snow College Ephraim campus at 7 p.m.  Contestants include Alyssa Ogden, daughter […]

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Morgan Henderson pleads guilty in Sanpete County

Morgan Henderson pleads guilty in Sanpete County

The woman whose traffic stop in Sanpete County eventually led to the discovery of the bodies of two missing teens has pleaded guilty to multiple charges in connection with that traffic stop.  Morgan Reannion Henderson appeared in Sixth District Court on Wednesday and entered her guilty pleas to possession of […]

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Fort A.P. Hill, Va. (April 31, 2005) - The spirit of brotherhood through scouting closely resembles that found in the Navy, which add to the spirit of adventure during the National Boy Scouts Jamboree. More than 40,000 Boy Scouts from every state in America and dozens of other countries attended the Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill. U.S. Navy photo by All Hands Photographer's Mate 2nd Class Todd Frontom (RELEASED)

Mormons severing all ties with Boy Scouts, ending long bond

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Mormon church said Tuesday it will sever all ties with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of next year and place its remaining 425,000 boys into a gospel-focused youth program it is developing. The move ends a nearly century-old relationship that was […]

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Federal agency grants royalty reduction to Utah coal mine

Federal agency grants royalty reduction to Utah coal mine

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Bureau of Land Management has authorized one of Utah’s largest coal mines to receive a fee discount of up to about $19 million. The Salt Lake Tribune reports the federal agency granted the royalty reduction to Sufco Mine in March, lowering the 8 percent royalty rate […]

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Crash in Spanish Fork Canyon claims life

Crash in Spanish Fork Canyon claims life

A man is dead after his pickup truck rolled down an embankment along State Route 6 at the turnoff to Thistle in Spanish Fork Canyon on Tuesday afternoon.  According to the Highway Patrol, the single occupant crash occurred sometime before 1:20 p.m.  There were no witnesses to the crash, and […]

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Home in Hideaway Valley burns

Home in Hideaway Valley burns

A Hideaway Valley home is a complete loss after a fire Tuesday afternoon.  The homeowner had been working with gasoline in his garage and left to go outside.  When he returned to the garage, he found smoke and flames had filled the space, which quickly spread to the entire house.  […]

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Arizona man falls to his death off cliff at Glen Canyon

Arizona man falls to his death off cliff at Glen Canyon

PAGE, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities say a man has accidentally fallen about 800 feet (243 meters) to his death at the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area in northern Arizona. Sheriff’s officials say no foul play is suspected in the death of 33-year-old Zachary Wallace of Phoenix. Wallace’s brother told National […]

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Outlook for vital Southwestern US river remains grim

Outlook for vital Southwestern US river remains grim

DENVER (AP) — The outlook for the most important river in the Southwestern U.S. remains grim this summer after April storms failed to produce much snow in the mountains that feed the waterway, forecasters said Monday. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said the Colorado River is expected to carry […]

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8 Hospitalized After Trailer Hauling Hay Tips Over Near Sigurd

8 Hospitalized After Trailer Hauling Hay Tips Over Near Sigurd

SIGURD, Utah (Ksl.com), Per a report from KSL.com, Sunday morning, eight were hospitalized after a trailer carrying hay bales tipped and rolled near Sigurd as confirmed by the Utah Highway Patrol. The crash occurred around 10:30 am MDT Sunday morning near Sigurd on S.R. 24 as a pickup truck pulling […]

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