Rewind: News you may have missed over the weekend
Welcome to Weekend Rewind, a glance back at The Salt Lake Tribune's news stories, top photos and opinions you may have missed over the weekend.
Top stories this past weekend
Hovercraft meant to protect Flaming Gorge Dam from attack Â» Purchased to combat a winter-time terror attack, vessel likely will be used mostly for rescuing stranded ice fishermen.
Jeremy Johnson gets new lawyer, warning Â» Judge appoints prominent attorney Ron Yengich, tells defendant to stop talking to reporters.
Pacific Islanders change the face of football in Utah • Decades after Polynesians arrived in Utah, families with the sport in their blood have put down roots, and their rise on the gridiron mirrors the state's surge in top-notch recruits.
An elephant in a donkey suit? • Utah has one Democrat in Congress and last year he voted with the Republicans and against the majority of his own party more than 68 percent of the time.
Accountant by day, Wildman Wayne by night • The mountaineers with skis on their backs climbed the ice in Little Cottonwood Canyon for some June skiing. When one slipped, he skidded 800 feet, leaving behind a trail of skin and blood. It was just another extreme adventure for Wayne Niederhauser, the Senate's new president and resident outdoor maniac.
One for the books • Salt Lake City got more than a place for books when its new downtown library opened 10 years ago.The building helped define Utah's capital city and, some say, it started a new architectural era in Salt Lake City.
Peer courts offer justice for juveniles • One teen decided to snowboard in a city park in the middle of the night. Another was caught by police for skipping school. On a recent Wednesday evening, both faced judgment from their peers in Layton's Youth Court, one of about 30 across the state.
Other news of interest
Opinion and commentary
Rolly: Green community may have a concert