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Sevier County officers find wanted couple

Sevier County officers find wanted couple

A man and women are in custody after the Sevier County Sheriff’s Office and Richfield City police tracked them down to a Richfield hotel Monday. 54-year old Michael Patenaude was wanted out of Virginia with a warrant for charges related to weapons of mass destruction and probation. 49-year old Kimberly […]

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Fire restrictions end in Central Utah

Fire restrictions end in Central Utah

Fires are allowed again throughout Central Utah. Fire managers have rescinded fire restrictions on all unincorporated private lands, state lands and BLM lands. This includes all of Sanpete, Juab, Millard, Sevier, Wayne and Piute Counties. Camp fires have been restricted to designated camping sites throughout the summer. Fire managers are […]

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Centerfield recovering after damage from storm Tuesday

Centerfield recovering after damage from storm Tuesday

Crews and homeowners are recovering after strong winds and rain caused damage in Centerfield Tuesday Morning. City officials report several trees were blown over along with tree limbs. A mobile home was destroyed by one tree falling on top of it. But the the home wasn’t set up and wasn’t […]

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Gunnison Middle School resuming classes after water-line flooding

Gunnison Middle School resuming classes after water-line flooding

Gunnison Middle School will resume classes at regular times on Wednesday after flooding forced the closure of the school on Monday. According to officials, the floors, administration area and gym received damage. 70 percent of the school had some amount of water, with one inch the most any part received. […]

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Flooding causes road closures in Central Utah Tuesday

Flooding causes road closures in Central Utah Tuesday

UPDATE: Crews have opened the I-15 Northbound lanes Tuesday around 12 p.m. UDOT is still warning drivers that flooding is possible throughout the day. — The Utah Department of Transportation is closing I-15  in Millard County North of Holden Tuesday morning. Northbound I-15 and one southbound lane is closed. UDOT […]

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Search and rescue operation underway in Zion National Park

Search and rescue operation underway in Zion National Park

ZION NATIONAL PARK, Utah (AP) — Zion National Park officials say a canyon in the park is closed due to a search and rescue operation in progress Tuesday morning. Park officials did not release additional information on the operation in Hidden Canyon but said in a separate Twitter post that […]

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Convictions, life sentence upheld in killing of Utah deputy

Convictions, life sentence upheld in killing of Utah deputy

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a man’s convictions and life sentence in the 2010 killing of a Utah sheriff’s deputy who was gunned down during a traffic stop. The court denied Roberto Miramontes Roman’s appeal of his 2017 federal convictions […]

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Fire restrictions loosen slightly in Fishlake National Forest

Fire restrictions loosen slightly in Fishlake National Forest

The US Forest Service is lifting some fire restrictions in Fishlake National Forest. The restrictions now include prohibiting using a fire outside a designated area. Smoking is also prohibited except inside a vehicle or building, or a developed recreation site. The Forest Service is crediting recent precipitation for helping lower […]

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Federal agency issues proposals for downsized Utah monuments

Federal agency issues proposals for downsized Utah monuments

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The U.S. government on Wednesday issued proposals for managing two national monuments in Utah that were significantly downsized by President Donald Trump last year, saying its preference for one of the sites would be the “least restrictive to energy and mining development.” The Bureau of […]

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Monroe City moving forward to increase taxes after public hearing

Monroe City moving forward to increase taxes after public hearing

The Monroe City Council is moving forward with a plan to increase city property taxes by 100 percent. The money will be used to update and improve the streets. The property tax increase will only affect the city’s portion of property taxes according to City Councilman, Michael Mathie. Mathie says […]

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