Local Headlines 12-29-14

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Rocky Anderson says presidential debates a fraud

Op-ed: Let health-care industry pay for Healthy Utah

Op-ed: Matheson: Thanks, Utah, for allowing me to serve you

Op-ed: Utah prison movers miss opportunity for real change

Editorial: Time to make the best of prison move juggernaut

Editorial: Who does our attorney general work for?

Editorial: Let 2015 be the year of investing in Utah schools

Business interests pushing homeless shelter relocation, provider says

Rolly: Mike Lee has a new phone buddy: Barack Obama

Keele leaving SL County for U. policy lab

Utah’s abortion rate at record low

Foreclosures: Does Utah or Texas law govern here?

Lockhart’s Legacy: First female speaker prides herself on collaborative style

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Our year-end Utah politico awards for 2014

A. Scott Anderson: Peace on earth comes from principled living

Natalie Gochnour: Of ‘muddle,’ hope, Longfellow and a grandmother’s will to sing again

Robert Bennett: Finally, good possibilities with Cuba

John Florez: The people’s voices don’t count

Editorial: S.L. County finding social impact bonding is well worth a try

Editorial: Keep marriage questions

Groups weigh in on regional haze plan

Doug Robinson: Advocate’s plea: Please return to Utah Lake

Utah came first for Rep. Jim Matheson, but what comes next?

About Utah: Jen Seelig came to Utah and made history


North Utah County: 2014 growth causes ripple effect (Daily Herald)

Orem emerges from economic dearth (Daily Herald)

Downs and Rawlings attend last County Commission meeting (Standard-Examiner)

Cache legislators consider options to better maintain roads (Logan Herald Journal)

On the edge: Hopes high as branding effort enters second year (Logan Herald Journal)