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Utah fire warden needs your vote

If Bryce Boyer, the Summit County Utah fire warden, gets enough online votes by June 2, he could have the Brickyard 400 — NASCAR’s biggest summer race — named in his honor. Boyer, a resident of Wanship, is one of five finalists in the "Your Hero’s Name Here" program, sponsored by Crown Royal, Canadian whiskey. To vote, visit CrownRoyalHeroes.com. Must be at least 21.

All five finalists will be flown to Indianapolis to attend the July 27 race, but the contest winner will present the trophy to the race winner in Victory Lane.

Boyer, 49, has been the Summit County Utah fire warden for 11 years and is most excited to see his favorite NASCAR driver, Tony Stewart, and to have the opportunity to tell people living in urban areas the importance of preparing for fires.

Sustainable seafood series at Smith’s

Smith’s Food & Drug has developed a three-part video series that showcases its efforts to source sustainable seafood. Smith’s, a division of The Kroger Co., partnered with the World Wildlife Fund, a leading conservation organization, for the series. Customers can view the videos at: http://sustainability.kroger.com/.

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