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Editorial: Dream Headlines, 2014
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2014, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Here is the 10th annual collection of Salt Lake Tribune Dream Headlines, in which readers suggest headlines they want see in the year ahead.. And we wish all our readers a happy New Year!

Nevada claims Mars water rights

— David T. Lancaster

Congress enacts maximum wagefor CEOs: 10 x minimum wage

— Heidi Belka, Salt Lake City

Krispy Kreme to hostRepublican caucus

— Mike Ptaschinski, Holladay

John Swallow assumesnew position in prison

— Stan Smart, Hurricane

Jazz recover from terrible start,win NBA Championship

— Neil Thomas, Clinton

Goblins retaliate, topple Scout leaders

— David Stanley, Salt Lake City

Court OK's spiritual same-sex marriage for polygamous gays

— Bangs Tapscott, Salt Lake City

"Short Sale" Lee draftedas next banking examiner

— Dell Vaughn McDonald, Holladay

Matheson replaced byactual Democrat in House

— David M. Jolley, Salt Lake City

Congress paid minimum wage for 2014

— Susanne Reeves, Riverton

Cristiano Ronaldo converts to Mormonism, wants to play for RSL

— Ron Kendall, Salt Lake City

Kody Brown changes mind,says monogamy is beautiful

— Susan Jackson, Helper

Utah sells Tooele County to Nevada

— Allan Ayoub, West Valley City

All Utah refineries outsourced to Iran

— Albert Ogden, Stansbury Park

Tribune working on print mistrakes

— Morrie Carlson

Swallow sentenced to10 years at Check City

— R. Arnoff, Lindon

Shurtleff, Swallow come out of closet, plan to marry

— Gene Fitzgerald, Salt Lake City

Shurtleff, Swallow, payday lenders to share prison cell

— Linda Hilton, Salt Lake City

Dabakis replaces Ruzicka as head of Eagle Forum

— M. Donald and Janet Rampton Thomas, Salt Lake City

Gay marriage approved; sun still rises

— Scott Fenwick, Salt Lake City

Salt Lake Tribune always in print

— Pauline Hickman, Taylorsville

Herbert doubtful Utah Lake alligators global warming proof

Frank J. Pietras, Salt Lake City

Swallow. Shurtleff topple goblins of integrity, decency, land in pen

Doug Campbell Grover, Utah

Becker scraps bicycle, orders all bike lanes removed from SLC

David Bartlett, Salt Lake City

Obama resigns, joins Rodman on Selfie Tour

Curt Rimann, Bountiful

Utah names new state bird: "Swallow"

Ken Knighton, Bountiful

Tab Choir invites Lady Gaga; She says no thanks

Morrie Carlson

John Swallow engaged to Mark Shurtleff

R. Arnoff, Lindon

Pollution vaporizes refineries, leaving Utah air 90 percent cleaner

C.L. Nutchell, Bountiful

Court revokes Mormon tax-exempt status, declares Mormonism 'A Bunch Of Silliness'

Lynn Staley, Salt Lake City

Catholics baptize Brigham Young

Jan Brittain, Salt Lake City

Peace epidemic now global; no end in sight

Judith McAffee, West Jordan

Gayle Ruzicka matron of honor at same-sex wedding

Cindy H. Ford, Hyde Park

Fawn kidnaps another; Narnia portal permanently sealed

Mary E. Burnett, Salt Lake City

Demos take over Congress, Republicans embrace compromise

Steve Warren, West Valley City

Mike Lee gets tea bagged by tea party

Stan Smart, Hurricane

Eagle Forum relocates to Saudi Arabia, citing 'similar family values'

Robert Ressetar, Salt Lake City

Ruzicka felled by Swallow scandal

John Pace, Salt Lake City

New Scout project: Adopt a goblin

Susan Jackson, Helper

Obamas move to Chicago, apply for health insurance

Eugene L. Kimball, Bountiful

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