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Hollis column: What the world needs now is ... not one more bowl game

So many bowl games, so little interest. With college football teams squaring off in 30-something bowl games — I tried to count 'em all, but couldn't — it seems like everybody's going... Read more »

Sports

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New SLCC president hopes to bring 'positive restlessness' to higher education

Deneece Huftalin was selected as Salt Lake Community College's eighth president and will be inaugurated Jan. 9. Huftalin hopes to use what she calls "positive restlessness" to help the college... Read more »

Utah

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Creators of 'Saratov Approach' to release second 'religious thriller' about LDS missionaries

In April, the makers of "The Saratov Approach" will release a second film featuring missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in what director Garrett Batty calls another... Read more »

Faith

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Food hubs link consumers with locally farmed food

Move over farmers' markets. More than 300 food hubs around the country are also providing small farms another outlet to sell locally raised food to consumers. Read more »

Moneywise

7 hours ago

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Biden: NY officers' deaths touched soul of nation

Vice President Joe Biden told thousands of people gathered Saturday for the funeral of an officer killed along with his partner in an ambush shooting that their deaths "touched the soul of an... Read more »

U.S. & World

7 hours ago

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These simple changes can make your family so much healthier

Experts offer advice on simple changes that can improve family health and food habits. Read more »

Family

7 hours ago

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In our opinion: Keep marriage questions

The Census Bureau is considering dropping five questions on marriage from its annual American Community Survey. The possibility would likely frustrate researchers, demographers and others —... Read more »

Opinion

8 hours ago

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Heroes 2014: Columnist's hard-nosed, biblical financial advice changes lives

Michelle Singletary watched and learned as her grandma did the seemingly impossible: raising five grandchildren on $13,000 a year. Now she's living large by living small — and sharing the... Read more »

Moneywise

10 hours ago

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Officials suggest possibility of reforming military health care system

Top military and health officials are weighing potential changes to the military health care system. Read more »

U.S. & World

10 hours ago

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National Edition

What the Senate’s tax break extensions mean for you

Two weeks before the end of the year, the Senate passed a bill to extend certain tax breaks through 2014. Here's how you may benefit. Read more »

Moneywise

11 hours ago

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Temple Square hosts New Year's EVE events

New Year’s EVE WinterFest celebrations on Temple Square include a variety of free entertainment and activities for adults, youths and children. EVE passes are not required. Read more »

Faith

12 hours ago

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John Florez: The people's voices don't count

Last week, Republican members of the Utah Legislature’s Health Reform Task Force voted down Gov. Gary Herbert’s Healthy Utah plan to offer health insurance to 146,000 poor and uninsured... Read more »

Opinion

17 hours ago

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