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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — An organizer of an ATV ride protesting federal government overreach will ask a judge for a publicly funded federal defense lawyer today. Prosecutors say accountant Phil Lyman can pay for his own attorney, but Lyman says he wants to keep a public defender appointed after he was charged in connection with the May protest ride through a closed canyon in southeastern Utah.
ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — A former NASCAR driver who led police on a 150-mph chase through three states last year is expected in court today after a judge issued an arrest warrant for him following repeated delays in his case. The Spectrum newspaper reports attorneys from both sides expect 35-year-old Timothy Andrew Walker of California to be in court in St. George, Utah.
PAGE, Ariz. (AP) — Officials at the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area are proposing increased fees. The proposed fee rates would be phased in annually over three years starting in May. Single vehicle entrance fees now are $15 but could double by March 2017. Visitors starting paying recreation fees at Glen Canyon in 1998. The last increase was in 2006.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Alec Burks scored 23 points, Gordon Hayward added 21 and the Utah Jazz handed the Memphis Grizzlies their third straight loss with a 97-91 victory last night. Mike Conley led Memphis with 28 points and his two 3-pointers down the stretch kept the Grizzlies close.
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