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(Steve Griffin | Tribune file photo) The office of Utah Attorney General John Swallow says the Utah State Bar has closed one of its investigations into him and has declined to prosecute.
Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend
First Published Jan 14 2013 09:40 am • Last Updated Jan 14 2013 10:21 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

Indicted businessman: Utah A.G. tied to alleged scheme • Embattled St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson says new Utah Attorney General John Swallow helped broker a deal in 2010 in which Johnson believed he was to pay Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid $600,000 to make a federal investigation into Johnson’s company go away.

Jeremy Johnson headed to trial as fraud plea deal unravels • A federal court hearing Friday in which St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson was to admit guilt to two felony charges ended when prosecutors balked at placing a list of people into the record that Johnson said prosecutors had promised not to indict if he entered a guilty plea. Included on that list were Johnson family members, business associates, friends — and Utah Attorney General John Swallow.

A year later, Utah doctor reflects on her switch to concierge care • Beth Hanlon grabs the stethoscope she keeps roped around the headrest of her car’s passenger seat and strides through the double doors of a Salt Lake City nursing home, her first "house call" of the day.


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‘Upside-down’ winter storm shatters Salt Lake City record • An winter storm that brought double-digit snowfall to much of northern Utah was the second-biggest of the season, according to the National Weather Service.

Dixie may apologize for past Confederate, blackface imageryDixie State College leaders are weighing an apology for the school’s decades-long use of Confederate regalia and other controversial imagery, as some professors question a study that found overwhelming support for keeping its name as it becomes a university.

Meet Sundance’s (arguably) most powerful person • On a Friday evening back in 2006, The (Arguably) Most Powerful Person at the Sundance Film Festival trudged through 3 feet of snow, just so he could sit in a Ruby Tuesday not answering his phone.

Other news of interest

Utah plane crashes in Texas, killing three

Ex-Vernal detective charged in pain pill case

UTA wants vehicles to yield to buses

Lawmaker’s bill could add $10-$15 million to Utah schools each year

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