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Utahns discuss daylight saving time

Utahns discuss daylight saving time

Clark Planetarium hosted a public meeting on daylight saving time Thursday afternoon. This was part of an ongoing effort by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) to obtain the public’s opinions on what Utah should do about daylight saving time in accordance with a bill passed in the state legislature last session. Since 2010 […]

Lindquist pops concert continues family traditions

Tossing a football to his son, Dave Hanks continued a family tradition Sunday at the 36th Annual Lindquist Pops Concert. “I used to come up as a kid with my parents,” Hanks said, remembering the concert in its early days. He remembers the event as a time to have fun, spend time with family, throw […]

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Top five devastating hurricanes

With the 2014 hurricane season underway, on Wednesday Japan faced one of the mightiest typhoons the Western Pacific has seen this year. As Typhoon Neoguri churned towards the main islands, people prepared for 80-mph winds with gusts up to 114-mph Wednesday morning. Though weaker than expected, the cyclone dumped the equivalent of three months of rain […]

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Five crazy headlines

From a 60-year-old class ring to a common fountain pen, these crazy headlines feature all things lost and found. Doctors remove fountain pen from inside woman after six-month stomachache A Taiwanese woman suffered for six months under incredible stomach pain until doctors found the problem: she had a fountain pen lodged in her stomach. The […]

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Local communities celebrate Hot Rock’n Fourth of July

With clear skies and 99-degree weather, many found something to enjoy at the 14th annual “Hot Rock’n 4th” event Friday at Lorin Farr Park in Ogden. With over 16,000 people attending, the show kicked off at 1 p.m. with musical performances and a demolition derby, and ended at 10 p.m. with a firework finale. While celebrating America’s independence, […]

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Fire destroys historic Brigham City mill

One of Brigham City’s oldest historic buildings, the Baron Woolen Mill was destroyed in a fire Sunday. The fire started around 9 p.m. Fire departments from neighboring Tremonton, Willard, Corrine and Honeyville assisted the Brigham City Fire Department in extinguishing the blaze, according to Brigham City spokesman Rick Bosworth. The fire was extinguished one hour later, […]

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