Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend
Published: March 18, 2013 10:07AM
Updated: March 18, 2013 08:54AM
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Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune Brigham Young University hosted the first U.S. Senate debate between longtime incumbent Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch (left) and Democrat Scott Howell (right) at the BYU Broadcasting Building, Wednesday, October 17, 2012.

Welcome to Weekend Rewind, a glance back at The Salt Lake Tribune’s top news stories, photos and opinions you may have missed over the weekend.

Top stories this past weekend

Veterans reflect on personal costs of war for 10th Iraq War anniversary • Service leaves a lasting mark on soldiers, both those forever scarred and those grateful for a new perspective on life.

Measuring City Creek Center’s impact, one year later • As Utah shopping center celebrates first anniversary, rivals and nearby business assess its giant shadow.

‘I fix broken things,’ says new RSL owner Dell Loy Hansen • The new owner of Real Salt Lake talks about his newfound love for the world’s most popular sport, his plans for RSL and his initial hesitation to invest in a franchise he described as “at the brink of collapse.”

NEA money flows toward some unexpected Utah arts organizations • Once-beleaguered National Endowment for the Arts continues to sustain Utah arts organizations, but few know what federal-government budget disputes may hold.

Hatch hitting fundraising hard in chairmanship bid • Orrin Hatch is hitting fundraiser after fundraiser in Washington, D.C., catching the eye of campaign finance watchdogs who wonder what he plans to do with all that cash.

Denied by your insurer? Health law provides a new way to fight back • New rules in the Affordable Care Act allow consumers to seek a second opinion on care denied or delayed by their insurance plan. If appeals to their insurer fail, they can request an independent review of their coverage denial.

St. Patrick’s Day parade brings a green scene to Salt Lake • Salt Lake City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade celebrated its 35th year.

Pope Francis’ election won’t stop Catholicism’s losing game in South America • No matter how exciting it is for Latino Catholics to have one of their own as pope, religions such as Pentecostalism will continue to gain ground.

Other news of interest

Utah lawyers: Historic ruling’s legacy at risk

Mia Love ‘seriously looking’ at another Matheson run

Cedar Hills golf courses prove too costly for young Utah city

Weep for the repo man? OK, but know he’s hurting

Mitt Romney to conservatives: ‘Learn from my mistakes’

Utah lawmakers OK $5.6M to accountant overseeing FLDS trust

Match Day: Utah medical students celebrate next career step

Salt Lake Community College degree: Homeland security

Opinion and commentary

The Legislature • Ups and downs of 2013 session

Rolly: A silver lining of sanity in Utah Senate

Pyle: It’s not what you know, but who you know

McEntee: When it comes to politics, keep the light shining