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Gehrke: 2020 could see a push to let voters decide on sale of full-strength beer and wine in groceries

Robert Gehrke By Robert Gehrke 2h ago

Did San Juan County officials orchestrate charges against public-lands activist over closing corral gate?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 2h ago

Political Cornflakes: Forget Fox News. Christian TV is becoming the go-to Trump fawning network.

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 3h ago

Who is that guy who beat Mitt Romney at the GOP convention?

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 18h ago

Mitt Romney’s second-place showing among Utah Republican delegates unlikely to hurt his Senate chances

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 18h ago

State legislative race mirrors larger split in the Utah Republican Party

By Eric Baker 20h ago

Nephew of Mitt Romney fails to make Colorado primary ballot

By The Associated Press 22h ago

This southern Utah museum was once on the brink of closure. Now it’s thriving under the attention on nearby Bears Ears.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 1d ago

Political Cornflakes: GOP candidates have a new tactic: ‘I was Trump before Trump was Trump’

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 1d ago

Gehrke: Utah’s Republican convention was a marathon of odd candidates, voting errors and delegate curveballs

Robert Gehrke By Robert Gehrke 2d ago

San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman clinches GOP nomination to replace retiring Rep. Mike Noel

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 2d ago

Utah Republican delegates force Mitt Romney into a primary election with state lawmaker Mike Kennedy in the race for the U.S. Senate

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson , courtney tanner 2d ago

Democratic party files lawsuit against Russia, Trump campaign, alleging conspiracy to influence the election

By Tom Hamburger, Rosalind S. Helderman and Ellen Nakashima | The Washington Post 3d ago

Rolly: Utah Gov. Herbert plays hardball with fellow Republican Winder before striking out with GOP lawmakers

Paul Rolly By Paul Rolly 3d ago

Commentary: Barbara Bush’s old-fashioned religion

By Jacob Lupfer | Religion News Service 3d ago

‘I have no fear of death’: Barbara Bush on faith and finality

By Cleve R. Wootson Jr. | The Washington Post 4d ago

Political Cornflakes: McConnell aims to stock courts with conservative judges in case the Senate flips

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 4d ago

Can Romney clear the field? What happens to John Curtis? These questions will be answered at Saturday’s Utah GOP convention.

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 4d ago

Key legislators say UTA is wrong about being forced to fire CEO Jerry Benson under new transit law

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 4d ago

Critics say the single state dispensary envisioned in Utah’s new medical marijuana law would limit access for patients

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 4d ago

‘They’re trying to get me off the candidacy’: San Juan County is investigating one of the Navajo Democrats running in a special election

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 4d ago

Babies on the Senate floor: Utah’s Orrin Hatch takes a walloping over a joke

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 4d ago

Five women accusing an ex-Provo police chief of sexual misconduct gave claims that are ‘inconsistent with what actually occurred,’ the city says

Luke Ramseth By Luke Ramseth , nate carlisle 5d ago

Political Cornflakes: ‘Some people just can’t be saved.’ GOP strategist warns of tough midterm election.

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 5d ago