Citibank turns rewards into ‘social currency’ - Salt Lake Tribune
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By CANDICE CHOI The Associated Press Published Jan 3, 2012 10:09AM MDT New York • Credit card rewards are the new social currency. Citibank customers can now use Facebook to pool their rewards points online. The bank on Tuesday launched a Facebook ap ...

Utah guest-worker law a model for California plan - Salt Lake Tribune
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By david montero The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 11:40AM MDT Utah’s groundbreaking guest-worker law has become the model for a proposed ballot measure in California that would allow undocumented workers in the Golden State to live and wor ...

Utah to keep logo, for now - Salt Lake Tribune
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The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 12:31PM MDT The University of Utah and its athletics department has decided to keep the circle and feather logo. In a statement, the university said, the school “Periodically review[s] the use of the circle ...

We predict you’ll be drawn to this patent - Salt Lake Tribune
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The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 12:54PM MDT Spiral magnetic field apparatus and method for pipeline inspection, patent No. 8,089,273, invented by Philip M. Hoyt of Murray. Identity-based network mapping, patent No. 8,091,119, invented by ...

Salt Lake City completes earthquake upgrades at all schools - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Rosemary Winters The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT Mark Catmull, a counselor at Clayton Middle School in Salt Lake City, likes the natural light and unique design of his school’s new building. He also feels better knowing tha ...

Would LDS Church influence Romney if president? - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Matt Canham The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 04:53PM MDT Washington • Switzerland still welcomes tourists and investors from abroad, but no longer welcomes foreign missionaries. New employment rules that went into effect at the start of ...

Cowboys dodge bullets in victory - Salt Lake Tribune
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By john marshall The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 11:40PM MDT Glendale, Ariz. • Brandon Weeden threw for 399 yards and three touchdowns to Justin Blackmon in his final collegiate game, and Quinn Sharp hit a 22-yard field goal in overtime t ...

Mesa Verde offers free cross-country, snowshow experiences - Salt Lake Tribune
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Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT Visitors to the Four Corners area are usually planning hiking trips to see ancient ruins in conditions suited for shorts and T-shirts. Mesa Verde National Park in southwestern Colorado offers a bit of a different exp ...

As 2012 dawns, angst and hope for the Utah economy - Salt Lake Tribune
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By paul beebe The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT The recession ought be a fading memory for Harley Gold and untold thousands of other Utahns whose lives were touched by the most damaging downturn in modern times and the tepid rec ...

Deer Valley: Retired couple enjoys being at guests’ service - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Brett Prettyman The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT First impressions, they say, are vitally important. John Meyer agrees. As a ski valet at Deer Valley, Meyer is often visitors’ first taste of the resort experience. “A smile a ...

Deer Valley: Instructor aims to instill love of skiing in newbies - Salt Lake Tribune
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By brett prettyman The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT Many of the people visiting Deer Valley have never skied before, or haven’t hit the slopes for a while and want to rediscover their skills. Whatever the case may be, Letitia L ...

Number of students earning IB diplomas in Utah is growing - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Rosemary Winters The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT Mindee Sharp found that when she started college this fall, she already had the critical thinking and study skills she needed. Brent Mabey, a freshman at Brigham Young Univer ...

Missing patients, cautious praise mark Salt Lake County’s mental health overhaul - Salt Lake Tribune
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By heather may The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT The first time Linda Denton knocked on his door, the man with bipolar disorder wouldn’t answer, even though he needed his medication. The second day, he recognized the Valley Ment ...

Candidates go the extra mile to woo fickle voters in Iowa - Salt Lake Tribune
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By MICHAEL D. SHEAR The New York Times Published Jan 2, 2012 09:27PM MDT Des Moines, Iowa • The Republican presidential candidates made a frenetic final push Monday to woo Iowa’s fickle voters before time runs out, hoping to gain whatever edge they c ...

Deer Valley: Server is an expert in buffet, skiing, handling quirky requests - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Brett Prettyman The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT All things considered, Chele Rockwood may have one of the least demanding jobs among the thousands of Deer Valley employees. Rockwood has been serving guests at the highly tou ...

Deer Valley: Though mostly unseen, grooming crew vital to resort’s success - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Brett Prettyman The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 3, 2012 01:01AM MDT A major portion of the guest-services mission at Deer Valley is based on personal interactions with staff. There is one major exception. While people are out in the evenings e ...

Huntsman: No regrets on skipping Iowa - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Thomas Burr The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 07:10PM MDT Dover, N.H. • With all his rivals crisscrossing Iowa on the eve of the nation’s first presidential contest, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman had New Hampshire to himself on Monday ni ...

Utah’s Dave Schramm, Utah State’s Dave Baldwin leaving for other colleges - Salt Lake Tribune
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By LYA WOdraska and TonY Jones The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 05:12PM MDT Utah running backs coach Dave Schramm and Utah State offensive coordinator Dave Baldwin are leaving their respective positions to take jobs at other colleges. Schr ...

Photos of the day January 2, 2012 - Salt Lake Tribune
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The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 03:05PM MDT A collection of the best photos from around the world updated throughout the day Jan. 2, 2012. ... ...

Romney looks to fend off Santorum, Paul in Iowa - Salt Lake Tribune
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By KASIE HUNT and MIKE GLOVER The Associated Press Published Jan 2, 2012 11:07AM MDT DAVENPORT, Iowa • Challenging Mitt Romney one day before the lead-off presidential caucuses, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Monday implored legio ...

Utah Utes coach Dave Schramm going to Fresno State as OC - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Lya Wodraska The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 12:38PM MDT Utah running backs coach Dave Schramm is getting another shot at being an offensive coordinator, this time at Fresno State. The Salt Lake Tribune has confirmed through a school s ...

Kragthorpe’s 2012 prophesy: After each winning 8 games, BYU goes to Poinsettia Bowl, Utah to Holiday - Salt Lake Tribune
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By kurt kragthorpe The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 01:09PM MDT During a weekend when Utah and BYU produced a 76-point swing in basketball, with the Utes losing by 40 and the Cougars winning by 36 in conference games, their football teams ...

TicketCity Bowl preview: Penn State savors a second chance - Salt Lake Tribune
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By TOM SPOUSTA The New York Times Published Jan 2, 2012 09:48AM MDT DALLAS — Besieged by scandal and uncertainty, the Penn State Nittany Lions discovered a refuge of sorts in the TicketCity Bowl. It was an invitation players initially wanted to decli ...

University of Utah’s new health science chief has high hopes for flagship’s future - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Brian Maffly The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 2, 2012 01:01AM MDT Vivian Lee is a reformer, but she isn’t much of a talker. That’s because she’s “a doer,” one full of insights and a drive for excellence, according to former colleagues in Manhat ...

Regulations helpful - Salt Lake Tribune
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Published Jan 2, 2012 01:01AM MDT The editorial “Drinking Problem: Utah liquor laws make no sense” (Our View, Dec. 27) states “Willing sellers of a legal product are effectively prevented from doing business with willing, adult buyers for reasons tha ...

Taxes serve the country - Salt Lake Tribune
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Published Jan 2, 2012 01:01AM MDT Tax cuts and spending cuts will not lead our country to the economic promised land. Yes, we need to eliminate waste in government and to make government responsive to the public. However, we also need to pay for the ...

U. admissions - Salt Lake Tribune
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Published Jan 2, 2012 01:01AM MDT Utah’s flagship university must walk a fine line when it comes to choosing which potential students to admit to each freshman class: set the bar too low and too few graduate; get too selective and enrollment drops. S ...

College basketball: Cincinnati prevails on Pitt’s court - Salt Lake Tribune
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The Associated Press Published Jan 1, 2012 11:49PM MDT Pittsburgh • So much for Pittsburgh’s dominance at the Petersen Events Center. And in the Big East too. The reeling 22nd-ranked Panthers fell to surging Cincinnati 66-63 on Sunday night, their th ...

College football: Fiesta Bowl offers everything — except BCS title - Salt Lake Tribune
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By John Marshall The Associated Press Published Jan 1, 2012 11:50PM MDT Glendale, Ariz. • The Fiesta Bowl has just about everything you could ask for from a bowl game: two of the nation’s best teams, most explosive offenses and underrated defenses, r ...

Mark Shurtleff: Boise State snub helps BCS antitrust lawsuit - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Robert Gehrke The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 1, 2012 07:06PM MDT Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he expects to sue the Bowl Championship Series by next month and that the snub of Boise State in this season’s bowl games gives additional f ...

UHP: New Years Eve DUI `blitz’ yields 46 arrests - Salt Lake Tribune
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The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 1, 2012 10:54AM MDT Utah Highway Patrol reported early Sunday it had made 46 arrests for suspected drunk driving offenses across Salt Lake, Utah and Tooele counties through the New Years holiday. The arrests were p ...

Utah Education Association hopes for collaboration with lawmakers - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Lisa Schencker The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 1, 2012 01:01AM MDT People often think of alternative high schools as places where students go to earn diplomas when traditional high schools don’t fit. But at Two Rivers High, an alternative scho ...

Virginia man asks U.S. high court to hear adoption case - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Brooke Adams The Salt Lake Tribune Published Dec 31, 2011 06:18PM MDT A Virginia father has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review his battle for custody of his daughter, arguing his case presents a “head-on collision” caused by conflicting ruling ...

Utah lawmaker plans bill to lower class sizes - Salt Lake Tribune
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By Lisa Schencker The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jan 1, 2012 01:01AM MDT Utah has long had some of the largest class sizes in the nation, but at least one lawmaker hopes to change that this coming legislative session. Sen. Karen Morgan, D-Cottonwood ...


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