Local Headlines 7-9-15

Salt Lake Tribune

Op-ed: Tribune maligns good work of state regulators on Tavaputs project

Editorial: Keep your eye on Utah college athletic program costs

Becker unveils $150 million parks and recreation makeover for Salt Lake City

‘There is just too much information’: No end in sight for decision on new Utah prison site

Rule giving neighbors say over highway billboards may vanish

Utah guv: Gay marriage issues will take time to work through

Immigration official: Boost Latino power by helping more become citizens

Utah guv’s new spokesman has a familiar name, family connection

U.S. House proposes blocking national monument designation in 3 Utah counties

Deseret News

Ralph Hancock: On the issues of marriage and ‘dignity,’ which camp is right?

Op-ed: Investment in nutrient reduction will pay big dividends for Utah’s water quality

Dan Liljenquist: Sovereign debt crisis — like Greece, we are debt junkies

Rep. Jon Cox resigns to become Herbert’s communications director

Gov. Gary Herbert hesitant to tweak Utah anti-discrimination and religious freedom law

Becker proposes investment to revamp Salt Lake City’s outdoor recreation

Recommendation about new prison site may not come until October

State teachers of the year call for ‘transformation’ in education policy, practices

Other

Gov. Herbert speaks at BYU on religious freedom (Daily Herald)

National Latino organization kicks off convention in Utah (Standard-Examiner)

Summit’s water ruling could come by August (Standard-Examiner)