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Hits & Misses | Rocky Mountain Power, Liquor Money & Tough Guy Jason Chaffetz

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Sep 10,2008 - Power Tantrum Rocky Mountain Power didn’t get to jack up electricity rates as much as it wanted so it’s taking its marbles and going home. The power company announced that, beginning Sept. 15, it will stop authorizing overtime for employees...

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News | Room to Roam: Open space and mining clash on the Oquirrh Mountain foothills.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Sep 10,2008 - A fight is brewing at the edge of the Oquirrh Mountains, pitting open space against mining. Salt Lake County made its largest open-space purchase ever in November 2009 ,acquiring a 1,700-acre ranch near Herriman. Combined with neighboring public lands,...

Hits & Misses

Hits & Misses | Entertaining Veep, Utah’s Gas & Utah’s Immigrants

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Sep 3,2008 - Romney 2016 After everything he did for John McCain, Utah’s adopted son Mitt Romney was left at the altar. Sad for Romney, but a win for everyone else. While Democrats salivated at the prospect of Romney as a target, McCain’s veep pick—a...

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News | Eat My Vote: Election officials have no fear about the latest voting machine glitch. Others aren’t so sure.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Sep 3,2008 - Utah election officials have been working for months to get ready for November’s presidential election. Armies of new poll workers have been recruited and extra voting machines rented for an expected huge turnout. Now, with just two months before...

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Hits & Misses | Donated Utah Water, BLM Oil Drilling & One Politician’s Pizza

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Aug 27,2008 - River Grab Go ahead, Utah. Vote for John McCain. Just know that when he’s in the White House, McCain plans to give your water to Arizona. That’s what it sounded like, at least, when the Arizona senator and presidential candidate said that...

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News | Price the Vote: Federal money for electronic voting runs out, but the meter on voting machines keeps on ticking.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Aug 27,2008 - In 2005, Utah plunked down $24 million from a federal grant on a new electronic voting system. The state bought the “kitchen sink” plan—voting machines for every county, a maintenance plan and a service agreement that has placed employees...

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Hits & Misses | Petroglyphs, Tooele Anthrax & Baby-Makin’ Latinos

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Aug 13,2008 - Preserving Petroglyphs America’s historic artifacts are supposed to be protected when government land is mined, drilled or pumped. But that sort of idealism quickly goes out the window when energy prices reach historic levels. Conservation groups...

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Hits & Misses | Poor David Gardner, Logan Lesbians & MADD LDS DABC

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Aug 6,2008 - Broken Down Oh, to be David Gardner. That is, if you fancy living your life like a train wreck. The ex-Utah County Commissioner has been fighting bizarre legal battles for nearly 10 years, beginning with a DUI case in 1999 when Gardner claimed a hitchhiker...

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Hits & Misses | Walkable Neighborhoods, Crandall Canyon Disaster & Helpful Utahns

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jul 30,2008 - Legislating Neighborhoods The Salt Lake City Council has taken the manacles off small business, passing new rules to allow businesses in residential areas after a lengthy moratorium. At the same time, the council has changed parking requirements to make...

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Crime and Prejudice

An accused kidnapper’s only offense was being gay, say supporters.

By Ted McDonough
POSTED // Jul 30,2008 - It’s a parent’s worst nightmare. A child is kidnapped from home by a neighbor. It happened with a tragic end in South Salt Lake in April when 7-year-old Hser Nay Moo was found murdered in a neighbor’s basement.
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