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Last week the Bureau of Land Management announced that an emergency travel restriction put in place in 2006 would be finally be lifted.

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For most people with school-age children, this is an exciting time of the year as preparations for graduations and summer vacations are beginning, and end of school activities are ramping up. 

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During a Richfield City Council meeting, Mayor David Ogden mentioned the importance of reminding people to keep their children away from open water sources — especially in the spring.

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Richfield City is in the process of developing its fifth city park. 

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Richfield City adopted an update to its ATV ordinance designed to help simplify how ATV laws are enforced in city limits and to make the city more in-line with state laws regarding four-wheelers and other OHVs.

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Salina resident Russell Willden was formally recognized for his roll in an incident where he pulled his gun to help Salina City Police Chief Al Taylor in November 2018. 

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Each year Feb. 14 rolls around and people think of the ones they love, but the date is about more than just Valentine’s Day. 

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It’s one of the most talked about cases in Utah’s recent history — the kidnapping and eventual recovery of Elizabeth Smart. 

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There seems to be a constant barrage of news about government shutdowns, our economic forecasts and rising interest rates. 

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Ever since the Sevier Valley Center opened its doors, the Beehive Brawl has been one of the largest events hosted in the facility each year. 

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The culmination of months of work in seeking the next president of Snow College was reached Friday afternoon as Bradley J. Cook was officially announced.

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