Local Headlines 8-10-17

Salt Lake Tribune

Michelle Quist Mumford: Count My Vote’s legacy: More money and more dirt

Op-ed: Nothing is more important than comprehensive tax reform

Editorial: Time for a woman to represent Utah in the U.S. Capitol

Utahns light up rooftop solar proposal as Rocky Mountain Power negotiates with clean-energy advocates

Gehrke: Why so many negative political ads? A lot of times they work

District 7 race gets uncomfortably partisan for some as 6 strive to succeed SLC Councilwoman Adams

Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz to serve as a Harvard fellow this fall

Polygamists and polygamy sympathizers sending money to support Joe Darger’s run for Herriman mayor

Salt Lake City seeks major transit improvements, but money could be a roadblock

ACLU warns Utah’s members of Congress not to block social media users

Democratic group launches ad buy criticizing Rep. Love for not holding town halls

Salt Lake County now has extra jail beds to lock up suspects in mysterious ‘Operation Rio Grande’

West Jordan residents will vote on city’s form of government, but some say that’s not the most pressing issue

Deseret News

Op-ed: The natural monopoly business model works

A. Scott Anderson: An ingenious way to bolster investment in at-risk communities

Editorial: State Board’s policy expands choice but may limit opportunity

This is how Utah continues to keep the American dream alive

Utah panel greenlights cash for final homeless shelter site

Good deed gone bad? Kaysville councilman sues public works director for damaging driveway with plow

Other candidates in 3rd District race promise more positive campaigns

Rooftop solar advocates oppose power company proposal to raise rates

Weapons testing brings more air traffic to HAFB, western desert


Ogden City Council approves budget, tax increase (Standard-Examiner)

Logan ponders future of downtown (Logan Herald Journal)