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Dad Who Opposed Adoption Tries to Visit Adoptive Parents--and His Child

John Wyatt always wanted his child--but can't even get a visit.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Sep 10,2010 - John Wyatt flew to Utah Thursday to appear before the Utah Supreme Court in hopes of dissolving the adoption of his child to a Utah family, which he always opposed. But...

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Could a Transitional Jobs Program Curb Panhandling?

Salt Lake City government, homeless advocates differ on who would be responsible for program.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - Everybody gets the jitters when filling out a job application. While some may worry over references, others have bigger worries ...

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NextFit vs. Lolo Burn: Animosity Simmers Between Fitness Startups

Former employees file wage claims, start rival company.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Sep 8,2010 - In the halls of NextFit’s Sandy headquarters these days, there’s a disquieting calm. With more office space than workers to fill it, NextFit is beginning to show some premature gray as a 6

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Dog Day in Court: Cell Phone Leads to Jail Cell

A loose-dog charge results in owners' intimidation by the city.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Sep 2,2010 - Friday afternoon in the Saratoga Springs Justice Court was shaping up to be a Mayberry kind of day for a small-town courtroom. Judge Keith Stoney was hearing a loose-dog case. Rango, a black-lab pupp

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Utahns' 40-foot 'Mantis' to Join Burning Man

One-of-a-kind art cars head for Black Rock City.

By Wina Sturgeon
POSTED // Aug 25,2010 - More than a thousand “art cars” will be rolling around Nevada’s 36-square-mile Black Rock City for the Burning Man annual gathering ...

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SLC Officials Propose New Taxi Ordinance

Fleeting fleets: Ordinance would raise taxi standards and put one company out of business.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 24,2010 - If a proposed Salt Lake City ordinance passes, those who rely on taxi service will see a brave new world in ground transportation emerge ...

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Harper Companies' Dust Storms Parley's Canyon

Canyon Rim residents organize to end pollution from gravel pit.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Aug 17,2010 - Scott Anderson woke in the night in July to an alarming yet familiar smell. “I made myself get out of bed,” he says, before he grabbed a video camera ...

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We Don't Need No Federal Curriculum

Sharing Notes: Utah joins 34 other states to share education standards while some fear a federal takeover.

By Eric S. Peterson
POSTED // Aug 11,2010 - Utah recently joined 34 other states in adopting common standards for math and English/language arts achievement ...

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Lawsuit: $1.1 Million Late Fees for $1,350 Rent

Disputed leases lead to years in the courtroom.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Aug 10,2010 - For years, Sam Soter had a friendly relationship with his landlord, Kang Sik Park, so he never paid much attention to some curious clauses in his lease ...

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Qwest Accused of Lying to Customers

Wholesale partners say company has 'Qwestionable' motives.

By Jesse Fruhwirth
POSTED // Aug 3,2010 - Denver-based Qwest Communications announced July 22 a new “Heavy Duty” Internet service that will offer customers 40-megabit per second, super-fast download speeds ...
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