Local Headlines 5-14-18

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: It’s not the Jews who cannot be questioned

Op-ed: Does Salt Lake City have the water for the Northwest Quadrant?

Granite School District delivers bonuses to teachers to their delight, and sometimes, embarrassment

San Juan County judge rejects delay in felony gate-closing case, but moves activists’ May 23 trial to Price

Feds block government archaeologists from speaking at a major science conference

Rolly: Romney gets an introduction into the wild and wacky world of rural Utah politics

Changes coming to Cottonwood canyons as they win biggest share of $100 million jackpot to reduce traffic congestion

‘It’s hearsay’: Navajo Democrat responds after San Juan County kicks him off the special election ballot

Mormon church releases a list of ‘legal issues’ with Utah’s medical marijuana initiative

Utahns can now see how many bills each lawmaker is working on. Some are working on a lot.

With internal candidates unqualified, polygamous community seeks police chief who isn’t from there

‘Bigot’ pastor who once labeled Mormonism a cult shouldn’t give prayer at embassy event in Israel, Romney argues

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: How fair is the citizen initiative signature rescission process?

Op-ed: Why is S.L. County Council ignoring the will of voters?

Editorial: Utah lawmakers stay ahead of the technological curve

LDS Church: Legal analysis ‘raises grave concerns’ about Utah medical marijuana initiative

Utah Rep. John Curtis ‘hesitant’ to join Rep. Mia Love in pushing for immigration vote

New board to oversee Draper prison revamp

San Juan County clerk: Navajo political candidate not a Utah resident

2 editors, publisher among news staff laid off from Ogden Standard-Examiner

Harry Reid, Yasser Arafat, magic dust: Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt has 1,000 stories to tell

State looking into reports United Utah Party members’ party affiliations being switched


Wet weather doesn’t stop Vineyard celebration, visit from Romney (Daily Herald)

Weber Co. proposal to hire Layton firm renews debate over use of consultants (Standard-Examiner)

Mother-daughter duo running for House seats in Northern Utah (Standard-Examiner)

Summit County Council weighs imposing new taxes (Park Record)