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(Djamila Grossman | Tribune file photo) Utah Department of Veterans Affairs Director Terry Schow, listens to a speaker during a Veterans Day ceremony at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Home in Ogden in 2010. Gov. Gary Herbert's Office announced Friday that Schow will be retiring in June.
Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend
First Published Dec 17 2012 08:18 am • Last Updated Dec 17 2012 08:18 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

Connecticut shooting victim to be buried in Ogden • Robbie Parker struggled to contain his emotions as he described how his 6-year-old daughter, Emilie, used her infectious laugh and love of art to touch the lives of everyone she met. Emilie, who spent several years of her young life in Ogden, was among the 20 children killed during a mass shooting in a Connecticut elementary school Friday. Her family plans to bring her back to Utah for funeral services and to bury her in Ogden.

Family speaks out about teen who committed suicide • Fourteen-year-old David Phan shot himself in front of other students on Nov. 29 on a skybridge leading to Bennion Junior High in Taylorsville. In an interview with The Tribune, his mother and father talk about what prompted David to take his own life, and the good they hope can come from it.

Utah governor repeats flexibility request for health exchange • Utah Gov. Gary Herbert isn’t yielding much ground in negotiations with the Obama administration over the state’s health exchange, Avenue H. Nor is he saying much about how he envisions it working under federal health reform’s new legal framework.

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Audit: Former Utah lawmaker may have taken fraudulent payouts • Former Rep. Duane Bourdeaux, D-Salt Lake City, may have taken more than $88,000 in fraudulent payouts from a pair of Utah nonprofits that he ran or advised, a new state audit found.

USU football: Aggies run away late in Potato Bowl victory • Utah State completed its best season in school history, defeating Toledo 41-15 in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl and moving to 11-2 to finish the year.

Other news of interest

Guv overhauls veteran services, military outreach

Salt Lake County taxes headed up as council OKs 2013 budget

Lawsuits pile up in case of beleaguered UHP trooper

Utah man guilty in swimmer’s death at Pineview Reservoir

Report: Millard County deputy cleared in October fatal shooting

New attorney general will fight ‘Sister Wives’ case, not bigamy

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