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July 31st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (11 Stories)

Students begin applying for federal aid during March

03/09/2013 9:07am
The College and Career Readiness department at Granite School District is reminding all high school seniors that March is Free Application for Federal Student Aid completion month.

Contestants to win $17k in Rocky Mountain Power video contest

03/09/2013 10:20am
Rocky Mountain Power is kicking off its 2013 Act Wattsmart Video Contest on Friday. The contest invites residential customers in Utah to create videos that encourage everyone to be more energy-efficient.

Changes in sanitation billing affect Salt Lake Valley customers

03/09/2013 11:30am
Wasatch Front Waste and Recycling District, formerly known as Salt Lake County Sanitation, has announced billing changes that will impact how its 81,000 customers in the Salt Lake Valley pay for garbage and recycling service.

H&R Block glitch causes large delays in tax refunds

03/09/2013 1:40pm
A glitch in H&R Block software has left thousands of clients wondering how long they will have to wait to get their tax refunds.

For kids in hospital, CEO shaves head

03/09/2013 2:31pm
Children's Miracle Network Hospitals employees were buzzing with pride on Tuesday.

Ex-lay minister sentenced for child sex abuse

03/09/2013 3:41pm
A former lay minister in southern Utah has been sentenced to up to 15 years in prison on child sexual abuse charges.

4 places of legend in Utah

03/09/2013 4:49pm
The Bear Lake Monster. Whales living in the Great Salt Lake. A neighborhood of hobbits in Sugar House.

Red Cross honors fallen UHP trooper, firefighter

03/09/2013 6:30pm
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper who died while rescuing a pair of hikers last year is receiving a posthumous award from the Red Cross for his willingness to serve and help those around him.

Utah leaders encourage exercise by example

03/09/2013 9:20pm
Gov. Gary Herbert was joined by Reps. Eric Hutchings, R-Kearns, and Paul Ray, R-Clearfield, in his office Thursday to encourage Utahns to exercise more.

Crews respond to chemical fire in Murray

03/09/2013 9:50pm
A chemical fire damaged a laboratory of a chemical company Saturday.

Keeping emergency gear, plans up-to-date

03/09/2013 10:36pm
Fall and spring may be the time to reset clocks, but officials say it's also the time to check your emergency gear.
 
   
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