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Utah wild horse roundup off to good start

sltrib.com — Wah Wah Mountains * It's easy to forget the depth of disagreement over wild horse management in the West on a day like Monday. The weather was warm but not hot, with no wind and no rain as the Bureau of Land Management began its only Utah wild horse roundup of the year, the Blawn Wash gather to remove 140 horses from where no one wants them: state land.

The Cricket's Daily 3: Prinze vs. Sutherland

sltrib.com — Published on Jul 29, 2014 08:00AM Here's what's being talked about in pop culture: * Freddie Prinze Jr. says he nearly quit acting after working with Keifer Sutherland on "24." "Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world," Prinze said. Sutherland's response was more polite. [ ABC News] * Warner Bros.
Jul 29, 2014

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Is a fee for solar energy users a 'sun tax' or fair play?

sltrib.com — Angled to the southeast, Stan Holmes' home above the state Capitol has a great view of City Creek Canyon but a less optimal position for solar panels - they generate most of their electricity in the morning, not during afternoon surges in demand.
Jul 29, 2014

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Family of young vandals pays to fix Nine Mile Canyon art panel

sltrib.com — The family of two juveniles from Salt Lake City has agreed to pay $1,500 to mitigate the damage caused when the youth carved initials and the date on the Pregnant Buffalo rock art panel in Nine Mile Canyon.