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(Rick Egan | Tribune file photo) SITLA has agreed to delay its controversial decision to open roadless parts of Utah's Book Cliffs to oil exploration.
Weekend Rewind: News you may have missed
First Published Sep 09 2013 10:03 am • Last Updated Jan 13 2014 05:46 pm

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

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Top stories this past weekend

Slain Draper police officer’s life celebrated during funeral » More than 4,000 people attended a two-hour service for slain Sgt. Derek Johnson at the Maverik Center.

Developers begin massive Geneva redevelopment in Utah County » Geneva Steel may be history, but the storied mill’s name will live on in a massive planned community of homes, offices, and retail, office, university and industrial space that developers say they will build on the east shore of Utah Lake over the next decade.

SITLA not budging on Book Cliffs deal » Over the objections of Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and Rep. Rob Bishop, the state School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) intends to sign a deal next week with the global energy player Anadarko to drill state lands, including a scenic, remote wildlife-filed landscape along the Tavaputs Plateau in Grand County.

Chaos runs in the family » The state of Utah has taken custody of three generations of the same family. The mothers admit they have made mistakes, but they say the state has failed them time and time again.


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Choose the right? ‘Real’ Hatch no lock for GOP » Sen. Orrin Hatch has returned to his role as deal-maker after his dramatic shift to the right during last election season.

What’s the bottom line on the Affordable Care Act? » Many Utahns want to know how it will affect their choices and their family budget.

Utah farmers say they need more foreign help » Several farmers and ranchers spoke in a tour Friday organized by the Utah Farm Bureau to send the message that immigration reform should help Utah obtain more foreign farm workers, and fix problems with the current temporary worker programs.

Huntsman PAC raises $100,000, spends half starting up » Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman has raised $100,000 and spent half of that starting up his new political action committee, Red Rock PAC, a new finance report shows.

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James Taylor performed with the Utah Symphony and Mormon Tabernacle Choir

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