Local Headlines 7-27-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Michelle Quist Mumford: The notorious Utah Bar

Editorial: Don’t forget Utah, Outdoor Retailers. The future is still ours.

Outdoor recreation meant $12B to Utah’s economy last year

Riverton is working to take more control of its police protection. Will other cities follow suit?

A surprise — not a happy one — could be coming to your mailbox

Provo Mayor John Curtis holds a big lead in the GOP primary to replace Jason Chaffetz

Hatch breaks with Trump, says transgender people should be able to serve in the military

Ex-Interior Secretary calls move to shrink Bears Ears illegal, on ‘the wrong side of history’

Gov. Gary Herbert opens new front on lawlessness around Salt Lake City’s homeless shelter

Orem candidate says city emails show mayor broke law playing politics with taxpayer resources

Frustrated Wayne County attorney resigns, publicly explains reasons to counter ‘outrageous rumors’

Trump calls for release of Utahn Josh Holt during talks on Venezuela sanctions

Lawmaker: Utah’s veteran educators may need to ‘die off’ before technology fills classrooms

Is Bears Ears too big? New poll says Utahns split on shrinking the monument

House OKs Rep. Love’s plan to use public money for Congress members’ home security

Senate Republicans fail in latest effort to kill Obamacare, look to try again

Mormon church’s lobbyist is Utah Legislature’s choice to lead its research office

West Jordan appoints interim city manager

Medical marijuana meeting drums up support for Utah to legalize it

Utah’s transgender military vets are stunned by Trump’s reinstatement of service ban

Deseret News

Jay Evensen: Don’t overreact by eliminating the elected county recorder’s office

A. Scott Anderson: Business recruitment incentives make sense for Utah’s economy

Editorial: No more talk. Salt Lake City needs action to help Rio Grande homeless

Exhibitors mixed on Outdoor Retailer moving to Colorado

Education software a boon to teach reading or a bust when teachers lack training?

Labels, changing measurements impede failing schools’ turnaround, educators say

Mormon leader tells Black Leadership Summit that religious liberty means ‘fairness for all’

Counties seek state’s help with special election cost

Some GOP ballots accidentally sent to unaffiliated voters

Utah leaders warn drug lords ‘we’re coming,’ but disclose no details of new plan

Jewell bashes Trump administration over monument review

Utahns denounce Trump’s ban on transgender troops in U.S. military

Other

Editorial: With 35 elections to decide, it’s time to start paying attention in Weber Co. (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden’s 1st full-time mayor Glenn Mecham remembered as force for progress (Standard-Examiner)

Northern Utah beneficiaries laud Obamacare as U.S. lawmakers debate its future (Standard-Examiner)

Valley Scout leader not offended by Trump’s Jamboree speech (Logan Herald Journal)