Local Headlines 6-22-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Rolly: Big debt has some Utah Republicans grumbling

Sen. Garn: Relocating Utah State Prison is long overdue

Op-ed: You can’t force religious minority to compromise beliefs

Editorial: On Utah prison move, nobody is listening

Former Utah lawmaker, a ‘champion for children,’ dies at 77

Hill Air Force Base modifies F-35s for Marine Corps

Chaffetz pushes to plug online sales tax loophole

Feds sue, allege Johnson illegally donated to Mike Lee, Harry Reid and former Utah A.G.

Night road work vs. noise ordinances? Utah lawmakers are all ears

Rolly: Utah’s Herriman Days parade features honored black guests and in between — a tribute to Confederate soldiers

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert called for jury duty

‘Mormon Rivals’ — How a kidnapping changed the Huntsmans forever

Deseret News

Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Brouhaha exploding around Becker’s firing of Burbank

Jason Stevenson: Utah’s coverage gap hurts families

A. Scott Anderson: Governor’s trade mission opens doors in Europe

Jonathan Johnson: Gov. Herbert doesn’t need Congress to have role in public education

Editorial: Time to consider local tax increases to enhance transportation infrastructure

Utah unemployment rate grows at 3.5 percent, adds 50,000

State School Board against giving governor veto power over Title I funds

Salt Lake City, County seek to combine prosecution offices

Feds: Jeremy Johnson skirted campaign finance laws in contributions to Shurtleff, Lee, Reid

Opponents of moving state prison say there’s room to build on-site

DUI arrests down in Utah, but offenders face tough laws when caught

Salt Lake City residents prefer parks and trails over golf, study says

Groundbreaking ozone study probes pollution, role of Great Salt Lake


Op-ed: Make no mistake: Mexico is in crisis (Daily Herald)

Father at home outweighs father of the city for John Curtis (Daily Herald)

Op-ed: No excuse for security breach (Standard-Examiner)

Editorial: Armor-piercing ammo not needed (Standard-Examiner)

Lawmakers discuss state audit report on water (Standard-Examiner)

Lawmakers talk about improving educator learning (Standard-Examiner)

Utah officials squabble about education governance (Standard-Examiner)

2 ex-councilmen trying to return to office in N. Ogden (Standard-Examiner)

Ogden School District data chief takes state job (Standard-Examiner)

Residents support wilderness designation tied in with Mountain Accord (Park Record)

Park City opts to remain a party to controversial Mountain Accord (Park Record)

Growth expected to continue unabated in Greater Park City (Park Record)