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Ryan Moore smiles as he smells a hot loaf of ciabatta bread just out of the oven. The Utah baker will compete in the first round of the Bread Bakers Guild Team USA competition in Providence, R.I.
Last Updated Oct 21, 2014 07:09PM

Between baking at a local restaurant and practicing for a national competition, Utah baker Ryan Moore says he “dances with dough” all day. On Friday and Saturday, Moore, 28, will vie in the first round of the Bread Bakers Guild …

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  • Economy boosting county tax collections
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  • FILE - In this June 11, 2012 file photo, Ben Bradlee, former executive editor of The Washington Post, listens during an event sponsored by The Washington Post to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate, at the Watergate office building in Washington. Bradlee died Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2014, according to the Washington Post. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File) Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies
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  • (Francisco Kjolseth  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Unified Fire Authority recognizes 10-year old Max Moffat, right, for his quick action in rescuing his 5-year old brother Miles alongside him, from a potential near drowning incident this summer. The event took place on July 18 at the Fox Point Old Farm Apartment Complex when Max was able to locate and bring Miles to the surface after the 5-year old slipped under water at a swimming party. 9-year-old Utah boy honored for life-saving pool rescue
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Technicians at Biofire work in a clean room in 2013 on the company's FilmArray panels, used to test for viruses and bacteria causing upper respiratory infections. Utah company develops quick test for Ebola
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    Seattle Mormons’ outreach to gays yields a spiritual feast
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  • Jesse Anthony Saenz, far right, listens as his defense attorneys talk to each other during the jury selection phase of his murder trial Monday, Aug. 18, 2014. Saenz, 24, is accused of killing 22-year-old Elvis Zachary Olsen in April 2013. An apparent motive for the killing has never been released. Utah man sentenced to prison for murder
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  • (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Poll workers check in Army veteran Dail Sullivan at the River Bend Senior Center in Salt Lake City Tuesday October 21, 2014.  He was first in line to vote when the polls opened at  at 10 a.m. The early vote started Tuesday and continues through Halloween. Early voting begins for Utahns, continues through Halloween
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    Trib Talk: SAGE test scores explained
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  • (Al Hartmann  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Salt Lake Police Chief Chris Burbank speaks as Norvert and Valene Winston, parents of murder victim Kenyatta Winston, listen at a daffodil bulb planting Tuesday October 21 as part of A Week Without Violence event sponsored by the YWCA.  Dee Rowland, chairman of the Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah, right.  The event was held in front of the Salt Lake City Public Safety building with members of the Salt Lake City Mayor's office, Salt Lake City Police and Fire Departments, YWCA Utah and the Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah attending. 

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Drunken driver in I-80 triple fatal sentenced to up to 30 years in prison
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  • (Trent Nelson  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  
Draper police chief Bryan Roberts announces the arrest of a juvenile suspect for the 2012 murder of 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak. Police announced the arrest at the City Council Chambers in Draper, Thursday October 16, 2014. Prosecutors want to try teen suspect in Draper girl’s 2012 slaying as an adult
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    (Steve Griffin  |  The Salt Lake Tribune)  

A paraglider soars above Red Butte Garden as the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains glow with warm fall colors in Salt Lake City, Monday, October 20, 2014. Tribune Photo of the Day - Oct. 20, 2014
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