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You won't find these jobs in the classified listings, but if you are looking for a near-six-figure salary and full benefits, it might be smart to Election year in Summit County will begin March 14 at 8 a.m. when those that want to run for public office can file to do so at the County Clerk's Still in the midst of a busy 2014 legislative session, ... (more)
Salt Lake Tribune
Paul Rolly: Legislative UFO buzzes the Utah Capitol
As Gov. Gary Herbert met with his staff last week to finalize the rollout of his alternative to House Speaker Becky Lockhart's Medicaid plan, a UFO appeared outside his window and hovered there for several minutes.
Coalville seeks public art
Milt Neeley's "Flower" is one of the sculptures in the Coalville Artscape outdoor public-art gallery.
Rep. Mel Brown to seek re-election
Still in the midst of a busy 2014 legislative session, 53rd District Rep. Melvin Brown announced that he will run for re-election once again this November.
Seven county department head slots up for election this year
You won't find these jobs in the classified listings, but if you are looking for a near-six-figure salary and full benefits, it might be smart to consider working at the Summit County Courthouse in Coalville.
Sandbagging continues in Coalville
Lalo Manriquez and his brother Fabion Manriquez lay sand bags in Kelli Dixon's front yard next to a full gutter Thursday, Feb. 13, to prevent additional flooding into her home.
Hendricksen seeking Republican Sheriff's nomination
Francis resident Kris Hendricksen will be seeking the Republican nomination for this November s Summit County Sheriff s election.
Salt Lake Tribune
Two days of rain send flood waters into Coalville homes
Four homes along 150 South in Coalville were flooded Sunday, two of them extensively, said Tyler Rowser, spokesman for North Summit Fire District.