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(Chris Detrick | The Salt Lake Tribune) Chad Martinez looks at Olympic grade recurve limbs at Hoyt Archery in Salt Lake City Wednesday September 12, 2012.
Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend

First Published Sep 17 2012 07:13 am • Last Updated Sep 17 2012 07:13 am

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

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Top stories this past weekend

A Grand summit: Disabled veterans climb iconic Teton on 9/11 anniversary • ‘It’s … a way for me to put all that emotion I’ve been feeling about that day and leave it on the mountain.’

Out-of-towners lose nearly everything in City Creek theft • Thieves grab $6,000 in valuables; SLC police say they rarely recover stolen goods in such cases.

Colorado family still searching for missing son • Tips about missing Colorado man have tapered off with no solid leads.

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Gunshot cuts toddler’s miracle life tragically short • Family says goodbye to police officer’s 2-year-old son, who accidentally shot himself.

Speedskaters: Coach abused athletes, officials failed to react • Complaints filed by more than a dozen current and former members of the U.S. Speedskating team — including five Olympic bronze medalists, pictured above — say verbal, physical and psychological abuse from coaches was relentless, and claim the federation shrugged off the athletes’ grievances and cheated on its taxes.

Love vs. Matheson expected to be a ‘blockbuster’ as race heats up • Candidates, backers are spending millions .

Utah’s young, healthy to bear health reform’s costs • On a single day in January 2014, Utah’s individual health insurance market — now about 143,000 people strong — could more than double in size as scores of uninsured heed federal health reform’s mandate to purchase coverage.

Help from Hollywood, Olympics has Utah’s Hoyt Archery flying straight, true • Salt Lake City-based bow maker Hoyt Archery has been having tremendous success this year thanks to an unlikely spokeswoman and ambassador — a spry 16-year-old girl named Katniss Evergreen who competed in "The Hunger Games."

Online exposure increases risk of identity theft • When it comes to online identity theft, it’s a minefield out there. Every day, some cyber crook is devising new ways to sneak into our online accounts and pilfer money, or just our sanity.

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