Jared Page

Jared Page is a reporter working in Deseret Media Companies' integrated newsroom, writing for the Deseret News, KSL and their respective websites. Page has been with the Deseret News since October 2005. Prior to that, he worked for nine years as a reporter and editor at the Standard-Examiner, including a stint as bureau chief of the northern Utah newspaper's Davis County office.

Page is an Arizona native who now calls Utah home. The Weber State University alumnus uncovered his love for journalism while working for the school's campus newspaper, The Signpost. He is an avid sports fan, a self-described comics and sci-fi geek, and the proud father of two boys.

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