Local Headlines 7-14-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Council member’s banning result of tea party intolerance?

Op-ed: Despite claim, Utah teachers don’t get jobs for life

Editorial: LDS commitment to downtown now bearing fruit

State putting money into ‘Bigfoot versus Nazis’

West Valley may shake up police, employee appeals

Sons of Utah lawmaker starting group based on father’s law

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: What Gov. Herbert’s ‘non-announcement’ means for Utah politics

Op-ed: Taxpayers are big winners in TARP

Op-ed: Coal and nuclear power belong in Utah’s energy policy portfolio

Op-ed: Transformative decisions best left to people’s representatives

John Florez: Get legislators out of running schools

Robert Bennett: A look at the best US presidents of the past

Editorial: Important breakthrough on rapid transit bus route between Davis and Salt Lake counties

Editorial: Pathway to ‘Silicon Slopes’ leads through relocation of state prison in Draper

Court lifts stay, but gives Utah chance to appeal same-sex marriage recognition

Utah, national school superintendents optimistic about Common Core

Herbert’s agenda in new role is to find balance between states, feds

Gov. Herbert’s new chief of staff brings D.C. experience but ‘no drama’


Education was key to legalizing cannabis oil at state legislature (Daily Herald)

Editorial: Nix panhandling amendments (Standard-Examiner)

10 possible big-money deals for Utah schools (Standard-Examiner)

Benefits of immigration in Summit County (Park Record)

Summit County reps to meet with EPA (Park Record)