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Attorney's College Appointment Leaves Cities Looking for Lawyer

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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- Logan Rep. Scott Wyatt has been named the president of Snow College in Ephraim and that's leaving several voids in the Cache valley.

Not only does his district need to fill his spot in the Legislature, several cities retained Wyatt as an attorney and must find new representation.

North Logan has already found a replacement, but Hyde Park and Providence are still working out what they will do.

Wyatt says he will remain in communication with partners in his law firm for a few months, but he plans to give up his practice soon.

Wyatt was selected to head the two-year public college last month.


Information from: The Herald Journal

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