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Texas vs. FLDS: 1 year after the raid 26.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
At the Yearning For Zion Ranch, life has regained a familiar rhythm. Families awake at 5 a.m., gather for prayers, breakfast and chores before the children head to the sect's private school.
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Zion curtain's downfall may add to confusion 26.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The infamous Zion Curtain will be taken down from Utah restaurants, replaced by a bevy of rules designed to shield children from seeing bartenders mixing cocktails and the sight of open bottles of liquor.
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A look at key provisions in wilderness bill 26.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The House gave final legislative approval Wednesday to a bill designating more than 2 million acres of wilderness across nine states, from California to Virginia.
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SUWA Hails Congressional Passage of Washington County Wilderness Bill 26.3.2009 Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance Stories
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts: Scott Groene, Executive Director (435) 259-7049 Justin Allegro, Legislative Director (202) 546-2215 SUWA Hails Congressional Passage of Washington County Wilderness Bill The Watchman, copyright David Pettit. Today, with the House of Representatives’ passage of an , Utahns and all Americans will benefit from the long lasting protection of the unique and extraordinary wild public lands of the Zion-Mojave region in the southwestern corner of Utah. The omnibus public lands bill, previously passed in the Senate as S. 22 and now amended as H.R. 146, includes the Washington County Wilderness Bill, sponsored by Senator Bob Bennett (R-UT). It passed the House today by a 285-140 margin. The Omnibus has ...
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U.S. House passes massive wilderness bill 26.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
WASHINGTON » The House signed off Wednesday on legislation that protects more than a quarter-million acres of Utah's red rock country, allows St.
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Crapo's Land Bill Passes 25.3.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Senator Mike Crapo, R-ID, has toiled hard for more than eight years to pass a lands bill that includes Owyhee Canyonlands wilderness protection. The bill finally passed the House today, 285-140. The Senate passed the package in January. Because of the bill's passage with unanimous consent it will go straight to President Obama's desk instead of a conference committee, where it could undergo tinkering by members. President Obama is expected to sign the bill, and according to Crapo's office, that may be as soon as Monday or Tuesday, March 30 or 31. I thank everybody who has made this process work," said Crapo. "Our key players have stuck with this for eight years, and that includes the Shoshone Paiute Tribes, the Owyhee County Commissioners, ...
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Crapo’s Land Bill Passes 25.3.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
Senator Mike Crapo, R-ID, has toiled hard for more than eight years to pass a lands bill that includes Owyhee Canyonlands wilderness protection. The bill finally passed the House today, 285-140. The Senate passed the package in January. Because of the bill's passage with “unanimous consent” it will go straight to President Obama’s desk instead of a conference committee, where it could undergo tinkering by members. President Obama is expected to sign the bill, and according to Crapo's office, that may be as soon as Monday or Tuesday, March 30 or 31. “I thank everybody who has made this process work," said Crapo. "Our key players have stuck with this for eight years, and that includes the Shoshone Paiute Tribes, the Owyhee County Commissioners, ...
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Salazar is drilling home renewables' new power 25.3.2009 Denver Post: Local
In one of her earliest appearances before the Senate Natural Resources Committee, Gale Norton, President George W. Bush's first interior secretary, proclaimed in 2001 the need to "explore the entire smorgasbord of different options" when it came to domestic energy production. ...
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Wyoming man finds skeletal remains in Canyonlands 25.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
A Wyoming man hiking in Canyonlands National Park last week discovered the skeletal remains of a man whom the San Juan County Sheriff's Office is trying to identify.
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The big question: Will it work? 24.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
It is a grand plan, but whether it works and actually succeeds in getting those so-called toxic assets off the balance sheets of the nation's troubled banks depends on how much the government and private investors are willing to pay for the bad debt.
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Can new rules revive SLC's small-business heart? 22.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The sea of "for lease" signs peppering Salt Lake City is a bad business omen, like tombstones keeping score of the recession. Losing Sam Weller's Zion Bookstore from its historic Main Street home may be worse.
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Let it drain 22.3.2009 Custom Search
When the floodgates on Glen Canyon Dam closed in 1963, the Sierra Club published a famous book showing the landscape that would be submerged.
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By kayak and backpack 22.3.2009 Custom Search
Writing an article for Backpacker magazine in 2003, magazine editor and NAU instructor Annette McGivney stumbled onto her graduate thesis.
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Let it drain 22.3.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
When the floodgates on Glen Canyon Dam closed in 1963, the Sierra Club published a famous book showing the landscape that would be submerged.
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Rolly: Check your fax for a dose of hate 22.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The "America Forever" nonprofit hate-mongering group that placed full-page anti-gay ads in The Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret News last month, recently tried it again, tying its outrage this time to the creators of "Big Love.
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Senate again OKs wilderness expansion bill, including parcels near Zion 20.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
WASHINGTON » For the second time this year, the Senate has passed a long-delayed bill to set aside more than 2 million acres in nine states as protected wilderness, from a California mountain range to a forest in Virginia.
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Proprietor: Compromise not enough to save Needles Outpost 20.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
The Needles Outpost near Canyonlands National Park got some breathing room from its landlord Thursday, but the couple who operate the remote convenience store and gas station say it won't be enough to keep the business going for long.
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Zions stock shows signs of recovery, but questions remain 19.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Shares of Zions Bancorp returned above $10 this week after scraping a 17-year low two weeks ago, as analysts debate whether the bank is healthy enough to absorb future losses.
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Warm weather here through Thursday 18.3.2009 Custom Search
Break out the sunscreen, today's high temperature might just be a record-setter.
Warm weather here through Thursday 18.3.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Break out the sunscreen, today's high temperature might just be a record-setter.
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