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Dangerous Liaisons

A couple counseling program could help treat domestic violence in Utah, but some fear it puts lives at risk.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 5,2009 - When Cornerstone Counseling Center domestic violence therapist Ron Llewelyn walked into the Salt Lake County Criminal Justice Services building for the monthly meeting of Salt Lake Area Domestic Violence...

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Bar Owners Weigh In

Bob Brown, Lou Corsillo, Tom Guinney and Keith Biesinger speak up.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 1,2009 - For Cheers to You owner Bob Brown, the private-club law reflected the lack of separation of church and state in Utah ...

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River Rats

For those crazy enough to try and save the Jordan River from developers, the enemy is always at the door.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jun 10,2009 - He's taking me on a kayaking trip down the "challenging half" of the 55-mile river that flows north from Utah Lake across the Salt Lake valley and filters out into the shallow saline depths of the Great Salt Lake.

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Hasta La Vista

Rosaura Garcia-Murillo returns to Mexico without her granddaughter.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // May 20,2009 - As Mexican grandmother Rosaura Garcia-Murillo pushed through the door of the courtroom into the corridor of the 2nd District Juvenile Court in Farmington, a man entered, babe in arms ...

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Money for Nothing

An alleged immigration scam ruins dozens of lives.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // May 6,2009 - In July 2005, when Uruguayan couple Edgardo Flores and wife Sylvia Mendes heard about a woman in a Hispanic ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who might be able to help them...

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Gone Baby Gone

A Mexican grandmother fights Utah’s impossible bureaucracy for custody of her nieta.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 29,2009 - Medina Garcia was brushing her teeth in a North Salt Lake apartment at 10:45 p.m. on July 18, 2007, when the lights went out. The front door crashed open and a Salt Lake City Police Department SWAT team stormed in.

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Dream State

Two Bosnian youths displaced by ethnic strife find a life together in Utah.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 15,2009 - The gunshot was so close to 12-year-old Nermin Uvejzovic, he felt the sound like a slap against his cheek. He was running for his life through mountain forests near his village Godjenje in eastern Bosnia ...

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Beetles Attack!

An imported leaf-eating bug is chewing up the scenery from Moab to Salt Lake City.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Mar 11,2009 - When University of Utah biologist Kevin Hultine went down to where the Colorado River meets the Dolores at Dewey Bridge, just outside Moab, one afternoon in June 2006, he was shocked.

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Hear My Plea

Sandy teen Kareena MacGregor was pressured into admitting she killed her newborn. The full story didn’t seem to matter.

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Feb 19,2009 - Ashcroft suggested Kareena, the middle child, take a bath. She felt better, but after getting out of the tub, she threw up. Kareena lay down for a while and started moaning.

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City Guide 2009 | Swept Away

The Utah Opera & Utah Symphony

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jan 28,2009 - Utah OperanMuch of the pleasure of Utah Opera comes from the attention to detail, particularly the sumptuous colors of their costumes that adroitly work with the music to sweep audiences up into the full force of the operatic musical storm. Finally, though, it’s the passion of their singers that melds everything together. When Utah Opera’s at the top of its game—which is more of...
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