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New Judge Named In Case Of Man Charged With Murdering Young Couple 

New Judge Named In Case Of Man Charged With Murdering Young Couple 

A new judge has been assigned to the case of a man accused of killing a young couple last year and dumping their bodies down an abandoned mine shaft outside of Eureka. Attorneys for Jerrod Baum showed that the prior judge had bias and a conflict of interest in the […]

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Sanpete County Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers 

Sanpete County Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturers 

Sanpete County is now the sixth county in Utah to take drugmakers and distributors to court over the toll of the opioid epidemic. In their court filing, the Sanpete County Attorney’s Office accuses pharmaceutical companies of misleading residents by using a “publicity machine” to convince them opioids were safe and posed little […]

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Utah lawmakers seek valuation of federal lands in state

Utah lawmakers seek valuation of federal lands in state

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers want to get a valuation of federal lands in the state so they can deliver a bill to the U.S government to show how much revenue the lands could generate if they were privately owned. The Legislative Management Committee is meeting Tuesday to […]

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Boil water order lifted in Joseph

Boil water order lifted in Joseph

Joseph Town officials now say the water supply is safe from E. coli. A boil order was issued in the town on Wednesday. Officials say samples have now come back clean and the order was lifted Saturday.  

High performing Utah school is off the beaten path

High performing Utah school is off the beaten path

BEAVER, Utah (AP) — Principal Brad Harris, half-apologizing, notes the sign on the wall that declares Belknap Elementary School as a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education. “The U.S. Department of Education hasn’t sent us our signs yet so we made our own,” Harris said. Give Harris […]

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Boil order issued in Sevier County Town

Boil order issued in Sevier County Town

Officials are warning residents of Joseph Town in Sevier County to a danger in the Town’s water supply. A boil order is in place until further notice. Officials will know more on Saturday, according to Mike Grimlie from the Central Utah Public Health Department. Grimlie says the water tested positive […]

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Salina Police take three into custody after chase

Salina Police take three into custody after chase

Three people are in custody in Sevier County after a high speed chase and manhunt Wednesday afternoon. According to Salina Police department, a Highway Patrol Trooper attempted to stop a dark grey Infiniti with Colorado tags on I-70 near mile marker 126 in Emery County. The vehicle took off and […]

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Sheriff’s make drug bust in Sevier County home

Sheriff’s make drug bust in Sevier County home

Three people are behind bars after a drug bust on Sunday in Salina. According to Sevier County Sheriff Nate Curtis, Larry Thomas, Ellen Brooks and Tim Trujillo were arrested after a search warrant was issued. Detectives discovered  a piece of glass on the dresser that had a glass pipe and […]

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With Churchwide announcement, changes coming to Mormon Miracle Pageant

With Churchwide announcement, changes coming to Mormon Miracle Pageant

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints issued the following press release Saturday, Oct. 27th. “The Church is growing across the earth.  As this occurs, local Church leaders and members are encouraged to focus on gospel learning in their homes and to participate in Sabbath worship and the Church’s […]

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Trial date set for Mt. Pleasant man accused of murder

Trial date set for Mt. Pleasant man accused of murder

Eighteen months after Kammy Edmund’s body was found in her Mt. Pleasant home, a trial date has been set for the man charged in her death.  Anthony Christensen told police he found his fiance deceased on the floor of their bathroom on the morning of March 31, 2017.  He said […]

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