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Idaho Falls • An Idaho Falls man is suing Idaho State University, alleging that he was discriminated against because of his Mormon faith. The Post Register reports (http://bit.ly/27ReftS ) that Orin Duffin filed the lawsuit Friday. He says he was …

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  • Courtesy  |  Utah County Jail  Kenneth Drew Utah repo man charged with manslaughter after allegedly running woman off the road to her death
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  • Al Hartmann  photo Lindsay Beebe, organizer for Sierra Club’s Beyond Coal campaign in Utah speaks at a press conference and small protest sponsored by HEAL Utah before the first session of the Governor’s Energy Summit at the Salt Palace Tuesday May 24. HEAL wants the governor to restart its Clean Power Plan development and is upset that the energy summit includes only a few key voices with little representation of opposing views. Utah activists say ‘evil’ state is standing in the way of clean power
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  • UCA board grapples with funding freeze in wake of fraud, audit
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  • (Chris Detrick  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)    Sherman Alexander Lynch III is led out of the court room Friday November 14, 2008. A jury ruled Friday night that Sherman Alexander Lynch III was guilty of first-degree felony murder and obstruction of justice in the killing of his wife Patricia Rothermich. Lynch faces 15 years to life in prison for the homicide conviction and one to 15 years for obstructing justice. He will be sentenced on Jan. 9. Utah man seeks another chance to challenge his murder conviction
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  • POLYGAMY
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  • FAITH
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