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Mill Creek Canyon • Small silver flashes mingled with the remaining red and yellow leaves of fall in Mill Creek Wednesday as pure strain Bonneville cutthroat trout returned home after a long sabbatical. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources biologists and …

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