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Growing crowds that greet missionaries jam Utah airports

By The AP

PROVO, Utah — Most returning Mormon missionaries are greeted at the airport by family, friends and an occasional cardboard cutout of anyone who couldn’t make it. Lately, the homecomings are more elaborate with professional ...

Email letters, January 7, 2015

By Staff

On important anniversary, question why our nation’s values have changed I write in memoriam of the 200th anniversary of the Battle of New Orleans. By most accounts, it was a massacre of foreign soldiers marching forward in the ...

Road Trip: Make plans for Jan. 22–28

By Staff

Here are some events coming to Colorado and Utah: ■ Dance Pros Live — Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek Resort, Jan. 22. ■ Snoop Dogg, X Games — Buttermilk Mountain, Aspen, Jan. 23. ■ Chromeo and ...

UPDATE: Men injured in gyroplane crash identified

By Staff

The two men injured in a gyroplane crash on Glade Park Tuesday night were identified this morning as pilot Mike Burton, 53, of Pleasant Grove, Utah, and passenger Josh Humphries, 30, of Payson, Utah. Burton was taken to St. Mary’s ...


Senators push bill to boost liquid gas

By Gary Harmon

Both of Colorado’s senators sponsored a bill introduced Tuesday that is aimed at boosting exports of liquefied natural gas. Dubbed the “LNG Permitting Certainty and Transparency Act,” the measure is intended to speed up ...

Teen arrested in 2 attempted sex assaults at ski area

By The AP

SALIDA — A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with two attempted sex assaults at the Monarch Mountain ski area. The Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office arrested the boy in Monument Tuesday. He isn’t being identified ...

Backcountry skier dead in southwest Colorado avalanche

By The AP

SILVERTON — The Colorado Avalanche Information Center says a backcountry skier seriously injured in a small avalanche in southwestern Colorado has died. The slide happened on Kendall Mountain southwest of Silverton. The center says the ...


Food allergies don’t mean recipes have to be bland

By Dixie Burmeister

We knew our New Year’s Eve celebration would be fun as we prepared for the arrival of my nephew Tim Matthews, his wife Cindy and daughters Sophie, 14, and 10-year-old twins Melanie and Emilie. All three girls were born with numerous, ...

Two men survive crash of light plane on Glade Park

By Amy Hamilton

Search and rescue personnel worked swiftly Tuesday night to find two Utah men who crashed in a gyroplane in rugged country on Glade Park, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said. One of the men was taken by helicopter to St. Mary’s ...


Walmart plans grocery store

By Amy Hamilton

Think Walmart, yet without the big consumer goods. That appears to be the future for about five acres of vacant land near Central High School, directly west of the school’s entrance, along Warrior Way between 31 and 31 1/2 roads off the ...

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