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"I am a proud graduate of Alta High, and I'm grateful to the board of education and the administration for allowing me to return to my alma mater in such an important role for the community," said McGill, who is pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership with an emphasis in social justice at the University of Utah.
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The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Center of Excellence was outfitted with 126 solar panels, which are expected to save the association about 8,000 per year - money which it plans on using to power future athletes' gold medal goals.
There was a palpable frustration among the diverse group of Utahns who came together Wednesday for a roundtable discussion on the need for immigration reform.
Farmington a A defense attorney for a man accused of driving drunk and hitting and killing a pedestrian in Clearfield in May asked a judge for more time Wednesday to decide whether to set a trial date or resolve the case.
Customers can use Horizon cards, a debit-like card through which food stamps are dispersed, to buy locally produced fruits, vegetables, meat and eggs.
Jolene Mewing, left, and her spouse Collen Mewing gather with about 300 people gathered in a downtown park in Salt Lake City.
In this April 26, 2014, file photo, Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes speaks during the Utah Republican Party nominating convention, in Sandy, Utah.
Michael Allegra, general manager of Utah Transit Authority, leaves the Draper Town Center TRAX Station at the grand opening of the Draper TRAX extension in Draper.
Utah fuel prices in May showed the greatest increase in the nation, jumping 28 cents per gallon.
Wine Spectator magazine released its 2014 Restaurant Wine List Awards on Tuesday, and 20 Utah restaurants are among the honorees.
Sweating northern Utahns won't escape the summer heat heading toward the midweek, but there will be moments of wet respite.
A Utah mother killed six of her newborns because she was addicted to methamphetamine and couldn't cope with caring for the children, police said Tuesday.
When the heat takes over and school's out for summer, many kids long to spend the day splashing, carefree in pools.
July 8 marks the first day Utahns can apply for the permit to treat epilepsy. The registration requires an application, a $400 fee, a neurologist's certification and a physician's evaluation - but those documents weren't available until last weekend.
Three minutes after I strolled into work Monday, I was invited to go to Maverik and enjoy a carbonated diet beverage of my choice.
Some doctors in Utah are reporting more cases of a virus among children with an interesting name - hand, foot and mouth disease.
With the summer recreation season in full swing, a new survey shows the majority of Utah residents love to romp in the outdoors and get out to play once week, if not more.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:51 am
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