Local Headlines 6-11-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Editorial: No end in sight in Utah wilderness battle

After Utah visit, IRS boss issues new ‘Taxpayer Bill of Rights’

SL County Council goes to bat for ‘Healthy Utah’

Half of foreign-born Utahns speak English ‘very well’

County appoints 17 to unincorporated committee

SLC budget: Raises and fireworks – yes; tax hike – no

Utah accuses BLM of illegally blocking energy development

Paul Rolly: County cop bypasses burglary call to bully jogger

Deseret News

Richard Davis: Sen. Hatch should keep his word

Jay Evensen: Host a political convention in Utah? No thanks

Editorial: Immigrants need the legal right to participate in the economy and be paid market wages

Governor appoints judges for 1st, 4th districts

Jordan School Board adopts resolution opposed to district split

State’s inaction on Medicaid expansion may mean cuts to S.L. County prevention, treatment programs

Department says officer who refused parade assignment has resigned

Love plans to join Congressional Black Caucus; Owens first to buy TV time


County GOP failed to file financial report (Daily Herald)

Graduation route choices roil educators (Standard-Examiner)

Utah considers snipping No Child strings (Standard-Examiner)

Boys State dissects Utah’s panhandling law (Standard-Examiner)

Mitt Romney heads to Park City for high-powered gathering (Park Record)