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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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Three DxE members take plea deal in turkey theft

Three DxE members take plea deal in turkey theft

Three members of Direct Action Everywhere (DxE), a Berkeley, California animal activist group, pleaded guilty to amended charges stemming from their entrance into a turkey growing shed and theft of a young turkey in Sanpete County at the beginning of 2017.  Jonathan Frohnmayer, Samer Masterson and Andrew Sharo each pleaded […]

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Paul Johnson/ President Russell M. Nelson- The Fall/ Revelation For The Church And The Members

10-21 Paul Johnson-President Russell Nelson

Zinke heads to Zion to highlight park maintenance backlog

Zinke heads to Zion to highlight park maintenance backlog

ZION NATIONAL PARK, Utah (AP) — Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is visiting Zion National Park to highlight a backlog of maintenance projects. Zinke will be joined Monday by Utah Republican Reps. Rob Bishop, Chris Stewart and John Curtis. The Interior Department has been trying to tackle nearly $12 billion in […]

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Snow Rips Mesa in JUCO Football

Snow Rips Mesa in JUCO Football

EPHRAIM, Utah (October 6, 2018) — The ninth-ranked Snow College football team jumped out to a 21-0 lead early in the first half en route to a 42-point victory over Mesa Community College on Saturday. With the 63-21 victory, the Badgers improved to 5-1 on the season and 2-1 in […]

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Millard’s Audrey Camp Places 6th at Nebo Invitational

Millard’s Audrey Camp Places 6th at Nebo Invitational

SALEM, Utah-Friday, various cross country athletes representing the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network competed at the Nebo Invitational hosted by Salem Hills High School. In the girls’ 3-mile race, the team champion was American Fork amassing 37 points. Juab placed ninth overall with 244 points and Richfield checked in at 12th […]

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2-A North Football Region Media Day

2-A North Football Region Media Day

NEPHI, Utah-Wednesday, the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network (KSVC 100.5 FM), conducted by moderator and sports broadcaster Robert Lovell, broadcast the 2-A North football region media day hosted by Painter Motor of Nephi for the second consecutive year. Football teams, consisting of coaches and star players being interviewed by Lovell, included […]

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Richfield Field of Stars

Hear ye! Hear ye! COME SEE…“A Field of Stars”. You’ll see Rebels and Redcoats…Tories who waffle… Sam Adams, A Patriot …King George … JUST AWFUL… The Boston Tea Party… One Rider by Night and a Cause that was well-worth ONE HECK OF A FIGHT. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry… as […]

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Track and Field Regional Championships Roundup: 5/9

Track and Field Regional Championships Roundup: 5/9

*all of the schools in the Mid-Utah Radio Sports Network competing in region track and field championships had their final results tallied Wednesday. What follows will be the various teams and schools competing in their respective regions. The UHSAA-sanctioned state track and field championship meet is slated for May 18-19 […]

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Utah College Track Roundup: 4/28

Utah College Track Roundup: 4/28

PROVO, Utah-Saturday, as the Robison Track at Brigham Young University concluded, numerous Utah-based Division I star collegiate athletes excelled, while a Robison Track record fell. In the men’s long jump, Adidas competitor Jeff Henderson set a stadium record with a leap of 27-08.25 feet. Additionally, Katie Struthers of Utah State […]

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