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Lost In the Hole

Mentally ill felons locked in own hell

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 26,2012 - Laura Boswell followed two corrections officers through a series of sliding doors into a silent, two-tiered hall, lined with 11 closed, solid-steel doors. One, on the bottom right, stood open.

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The Battle for Millcreek

Incorporation discussion gets heated

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Sep 19,2012 - Tempers are running high in Millcreek’s usually peaceful, tree-lined, unincorporated 46 square miles in east-central Salt Lake Valley. Its population of 63,500 has found itself in the middle of an escalating war

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Toxic Secret in Sandy

Dry-cleaning chemicals fester beneath Canyon Shopping Center

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 29,2012 - In December 2009, Rachel Bartnicki was attending her daughter’s Christmas carol recital when her cell phone began to ring. Her Italian ice cream parlor in Sandy’s Canyon Shopping Center on 9400 South had flooded

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Warped Desire

Inside the mind of a child pornographer

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Aug 1,2012 - On Jan. 10, 2010, Antonio Cardenas borrowed his brother’s car to drive from their mother’s house in West Valley City to a surprise birthday party in Riverton for a 12-year-old boy he had once mentored.

Music Articles

No Te Va Gustar

Latin band's first Utah appearance

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jul 5,2012 - When Emiliano Brancciari left his mother’s home in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1997 and crossed La Plata River to live with his father in Buenos Aires, Argentina,

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Ashley Sanders: Rebel Belle

Giving political activism her best shot

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Jun 27,2012 - As several young men push a big-wheeled circus wagon up the driveway of a small house in South Salt Lake, smiles and applause break out among the gathered political activists.

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Last Stand

Goshutes battle to save their sacred water

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // May 9,2012 - In Spring Valley in eastern Nevada, the swamp cedar trees stand in somber silence. No more than a mile or so long, they are a narrow strip of sentries marking the place where, the Goshutes say,

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The Mysterious Mr. Smith

Brad Smith's ascent leaves behind questions

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Apr 25,2012 - When Kathy Anderson* picked up her 14-year-old daughter from school near Perry, Utah, unexpectedly early on Jan. 8, 2007, she bought her a milkshake, then drove her to the Children’s Justice Center in Logan.

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City Creek Center: Three for the Money

As City Creek opens, Gateway & Trolley Square scramble to compete for shoppers

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Mar 21,2012 - Some see the 700,000 square feet of new retail space in Salt Lake City as a threat to neighboring shopping districts Gateway and Trolley Square.

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Lost Years

Why hasn't Mark Yowell been released?

By Stephen Dark
POSTED // Mar 14,2012 - Karen Baldwin wants to marry her boyfriend, Mark Yowell. The only problem is that the government, which held him first in the Salt Lake County Metro Jail for four months and for more than a year in the Utah State Hospital in Provo, has yet to release him.
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