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Donald W. Meyers, Journalist
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Here's my story on the departure of Betsy Ross, a longtime advocate of open government, from the Utah State Records Committee.
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Nobody was hurt in the fire, which damaged several apartments.
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The Sanpete Messenger was well supported by the Utah Headliners Chapter of the +Society of Professional Journalists , including Linda Petersen, Sheryl Worsley and Joel Campbell.
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Judge Steven L. Hansen is the third judge to hear former +Provo Municipal Council member Steve Turley's fraud case. The other two recused themselves for conflicts of interest.
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I get a flat tire on the freeway at rush hour and nobody stops to help me, but this guy allegedly slips out of a jail work program, steals a truck, runs out of gas and someone takes him to a gas station?
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Using data from the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, I found 125 contractors who were disciplined by the state.
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The city is looking for a new carrier to replace +Frontier Airlines , which will suspend service in Provo in January.
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Shannon Price's attorneys say she has the right to his ashes, though, because of an advanced medical directive that Coleman signed naming her.
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Just updated 10 databases this week, including the State Department of Human Services, Environmental Quality and the courts.
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Had any of these fires gone out of control, it would have been devastating for Woodland Hills.
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Reporter with The Salt Lake Tribune covering Utah County
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Donald W. Meyers has worked at The Salt Lake Tribune since July 2007. Prior to that, he was the editorial page editor of the Daily Herald in Provo, where he was also a reporter. He was also a reporter with newspapers in New Jersey, and studied print communications at Brookdale Community College and Brigham Young University. He has won awards from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Utah-Idaho-Spokane Associated Press Association, the Utah Headliners Chapter, Society of Professional Journalists and the Utah Press Association. He is currently the Region 9 director for the Society of Professional Journalist and a member of its national Freedom of Information Committee. He is also a past president and current board member of the Utah Headliners Chapter of SPJ.
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