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(Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Jaydon Yazzie, VanteJren Atene, and McKalette Clark ride home from Monument Valley High School on their horses, Thursday, January 30, 2014.
Weekend Rewind: News and photos you may have missed
First Published Feb 17 2014 08:27 am • Last Updated Feb 24 2014 07:53 am

It’s tough to follow the news when you’re finally off the clock and have time for yourself and your family. Rewind will help you catch up with all the happenings in Utah over the weekend.

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Top News:

Utah schools in Navajo communities try a monumental turnaround » Monument Valley High School must prepare its 216 students, who grow up amid the Navajo Nation’s iconic red mesas, for success in the wider world: jobs, college, trade school, Anglo culture. But it also must teach the Navajo language and traditions as a result of federal lawsuits, beginning in the 1970s, that accused the district of unequal treatment of American-Indian students.

Utah AG’s office abandons controversial subpoenas » Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has discontinued his office’s use of administrative subpoenas, a controversial law-enforcement tool that lets investigators gather certain Internet or cellphone records without getting a warrant, raising serious privacy concerns.

Weber County jury: Millerberg guilty of child-abuse homicide » Ogden » It took a jury just over 90 minutes Friday night to find Eric Millerberg guilty of child-abuse homicide in the death of his family’s 16-year-old baby sitter.


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Arson suspect arrested in huge Salt Lake City fire » Authorities on Friday arrested an electrician they believe ignited the Salt Lake City apartment fire that was visible for miles.

Other News:

Trapped in Saratoga Springs, pronghorn will be relocated

Utah court wipes ‘Diaper Man’s’ record clean

Navajo language, traditions are celebrated at this school

Utah cougar stoned to death, reward offered

Will selling land in a polygamous town create more business?

Utah lawmaker introduces resolutions on prison move

Extreme athlete presents girlfriend with back-breaking proposal

Sports:

BYU basketball: Cougars rally for victory at Saint Mary’s

NBA: Ex-Jazz forward Paul Millsap a ‘rookie’ at All-Star Game

Kragthorpe: It’s Oshie in Sochi as U.S. tops Russia

Death is a topic at Sochi Olympics

Entertainment:

Fun but no snow at Bryce Canyon’s winter festival

Utah theater company finds the drama in the theory of money

Movie review: ‘Winter’s Tale’ is one crazy mess of a movie

It’s a whole new world in Pioneer Theatre Company’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Scott D. Pierce: Jimmy Fallon just wants to get laughs

Opinion and Commentary:

Editorial: Reduce ed subsidy for large families

Editorial: Warrants, subpoenas should be more carefully used

Kirby: Saying ‘I love you’ in so many words

Op-ed: Amendment 3 supporters not motivated by bigotry

Op-ed: Livable wage opens door to financial stability, dignity

Op-ed: Let’s accept a more compassionate death for terminally ill



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