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Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend

Sherry Black was murdered in her South Salt Lake home and book shop on Nov. 30, 2010. Police have no suspects or motive in the crime.

The Salt Lake Tribune

First published Dec 08 2012 06:50PM
Updated Dec 8, 2012 06:50PM

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

Top stories this past weekend

UTOPIA: Fiber-optic nirvana or a nightmare with no way out? • en years after its formation, a public-sector broadband Internet network envisioned by leaders of 11 Wasatch Front cities as a bold path to Utah’s fiber-optic future remains, at best, an unrealized dream.

Utah releases public school ratings under new system • Parents and teachers who despised the labels No Child Left Behind imposed on Utah schools can rejoice that they’re no more. For the first time, state education leaders on Friday released the results of a new system of accountability.

Crowd weighs in on future of FLDS trust • At a meeting in Colorado City on Friday, Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff and others discussed what to do with the FLDS trust, called the United Effort Plan, which the state doesn’t want to keep.

Other news of interest

USU football: Coach Andersen says he’s staying in Logan

Salt Lake City among global ‘pockets of growth’

Sherry Black’s family doubles reward to find her killer

GOP won’t contest Matheson win, but wants election reforms

UTA gives tour of FrontRunner service to Provo

Community packs Perry fundraiser for burned boys

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