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  • Salt Lake City eyes 2034 Olympics after Sapporo bid for 2030Salt Lake City eyes 2034 Olympics after Sapporo bid for 2030
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Salt Lake City may shift its focus to bidding for the 2034 Winter Olympics rather than the Games being held four years earlier following the announcement last month that Sapporo, Japan, will bid for 2030, organizing committee members said Wednesday. A new organizing committee unveiled… Read more »
  • School foundation hands out nearly $160,000 in classroom grants throughout Cache County School DistrictSchool foundation hands out nearly $160,000 in classroom grants throughout Cache County School District
    LOGAN – Recently, the Cache Education Foundation awarded approximately $160,000 in grants to over 800 classrooms in the Cache County School District. Each grant was for $200 or less to provide non-consumable resources in the classroom like calculators, books, Chrome books, hands-on math resources and more. Cache Education Foundation Director… Read more »
  • Hyde Park man allegedly kills father and son in traffic crash in MoabHyde Park man allegedly kills father and son in traffic crash in Moab
    MOAB — Felony charges are pending against a 41-year-old Hyde Park man accused of manslaughter. Benjamin T. Balls is being held in the Grand County Sheriff’s Office Jail after allegedly causing a three vehicle crash that killed a father and son, plus sent a woman to the hospital with non-life-threatening… Read more »
  • Sewer rates in Preston to almost doubleSewer rates in Preston to almost double
    PRESTON – The Preston City Council voted unanimously Monday night to by-pass voters and seek judicial confirmation to fund construction of a new waste water treatment plant. Residents of Preston will see their sewer rates nearly double in the near future to help pay for the facility. “We really did… Read more »
  • Historic church acquired by Corinne CityHistoric church acquired by Corinne City
    CORINNE – The City of Corinne has acquired the historic Methodist Episcopal Church located at Colorado Street and South 600. The church is believed to be one of the first non-Mormon churches in Utah. Corinne City took over the historical Methodist Episcopal Church built in 1870 with plans to remodel… Read more »
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