Local Headlines 12-6-17

Salt Lake Tribune

John Curtis: It’s about protecting the right areas the right way

Editorial: The Salt Lake City Council is right to focus on the big picture

To attract more breweries, this Utah city may loosen its liquor restrictions and do away with outdated laws

Recreation industry leaders launch campaigns against Utah monument reductions

Out of Trump’s monument actions, Rep. Chris Stewart seeks to create a new national park, but critics call it a ruse

Salt Lake City leaders are ready to spend $17.6 million on affordable housing

Salt Lake City’s police force will grow by 50 officers; tax rates to grow, too

Accessory dwelling plan might discriminate, so it’s going back for revisions

Deseret News

Op-ed: Cakes, gay rights and the American flag

Chris Stewart: Listening to the neglected in Utah

Editorial: No, Patagonia, Utah’s politicians are not ‘evil’

Tribes, environmental groups sue Trump over Utah monuments decision

Madame mayor: Michelle Kaufusi becomes Provo’s first female boss in 166 years

Kaufusi gets head start as Provo’s new mayor

Salt Lake City joins movement for stricter law against targeting groups

‘Dreamers’ demonstrate in downtown Salt Lake; Rep. Mia Love calls for DACA solution

Salt Lake City pumps brakes on mother-in-law apartments, OKs $17.6M plan for affordable housing

Will Trump’s endorsement of Hatch rule out ‘graceful exit’?

Salt Lake City votes to fund 50 new cops, leaving door open for tax increase next year

Utah Rep. Chris Stewart proposes national park in Grand Staircase-Escalante


Utah County needs to adjust some employee compensation to be competitive, study finds (Daily Herald)

Ogden’s East Bench voters doomed $106.5 million school bond proposal (Standard-Examiner)