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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- After ten years, the remains of a former Salt Lake City television broadcaster have been found.
In August 1995, 43-year-old Jim Mills, went hiking with his brother and son to the top of the Blanca Peak near Denver. Mills was never seen again after he apparently slipped on the mountain with his backpack.
Last month, two hikers found Mills' skeletal remains. A service was held in his name on Saturday. Mills' ex-wife, Gail Jensen, says the discovery of Jim's remains have given his four children closure.
Mills was a co-host of "PM Magazine," a half-hour feature-news magazine show on K-U-T-V Channel 2 in the 1980s.
Information from: The Salt Lake Tribune
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