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Antonella Packard to Lead Conservative Latinos

La Rasa Republicans: Somos Republicans to engage Hispanics.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 28,2010 - If you didn’t know that LDS Church founder Joseph Smith’s teachings have direct bearing on the DREAM Act, then you haven’t thought about the scriptures the way Antonella Packard has.

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PETA Suing U of U Over Public-Records Dispute

PETA claims public documents were withheld, fee charged unreasonable.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 28,2010 - PETA is targeting the University of Utah, saying the school has refused for more than a year to turn over public documents related to research in which about 166,000 animals are laboratory test subjects.

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South Salt Lake DUI Checkpoint Gets a Judicial Drubbing

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Dec 22,2010 - On May 21, 2010, at 11 p.m., officers from South Salt Lake Police Department and the Utah Highway Patrol set up traffic cones in the rain ...

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So many need to go to rehab, but Gov. Herbert’s budget says no, no, no.

Governor's proposed budget sets aside no money for Drug Offender Reform Act

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 21,2010 - Gerald Crawford is a methamphetamine addict—sober now for just three months—who recently passed through what he calls “the gates of hell.”

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Records Committee Denies Request to Make UDOT Texts Public

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 15,2010 - On Dec. 9, the state records committee denied Salt Lake Tribune reporter Robert Gehrke’s request to make public the text messages sent between contractor Guy Wadsworth and a female Utah Department of Transportation employee.

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Dog Owners Refuse to Roll Over to Tanner Park Off-Leash Restrictions

The fight over Parley's Nature Park is only getting louder.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 15,2010 - When the Salt Lake Valley’s dog-owning community barks, politicians notice. The community’s most recent battle over new off-leash restrictions ...

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KRCL: Party People

KRCL 90.9 looks at soirees to raise funds.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 8,2010 - It was a difficult legacy to match: KRCL 90.9 FM general manager Donna Land Maldanado, who retired in 2009, had served the station for 30 years.

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Bill to Fight Affinity Fraud Faces Early Challenges

Uncle Scam: Legislators try to pin down fraudsters who use influence, shared traits.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Dec 7,2010 - Shysters come in all shapes, sizes, religious affiliations, professions and ethnicities—that’s what Keith Woodwell, director of the Utah Division of Securities, told the sentencing commission on Dec. 1.

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Downtown Pairing

Critics decry the Downtown Alliance’s close ties to the Salt Lake Chamber.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Dec 1,2010 - While the city wrestles with whether to place new restrictions on panhandling—banning after-dark requests for a dime, for example...

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Working for Jobs

Government leaders implement a job-creation program for low-income Utahns.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Nov 30,2010 - The meeting room at the state Homeless Task Force Meeting was packed with social workers, administrators and various do-gooders...
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