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Flames licked the eaves on the west side of Rob and Alana Lang’s house in southeast Delta Monday morning.

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Millard High teacher Cody Moat left a mark on the landscape of Vermont and in the minds of his competitors as he came in first in the 27-mile Spartan Ultra Beast obstacle course on Sept. 23.

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Deputies and firemen hurried to the canal south of Gunnison Bend Reservoir in an effort to rescue the unknown occupant of a submerged car reported at about 8 a.m. Sunday morning, Oct. 7.

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In January 2012, Fillmore Community Medical Center received the first level V trauma center designation in Utah. To earn trauma center designation, a hospital must meet a stringent standard of quality care and establish a trauma response team, which is always ready immediately upon a patient’s arrival to assess, resuscitate, stabilize and either treat or transfer the patient.

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SALT LAKE CITY — In a year of drought and fires statewide, water is getting more and more attention in public forums. Today’s 7th Annual Native American Summit is no exception. In front of more than 500 attendees, Governor Gary R. Herbert and Confederated Tribes of the Goshute chairman Ed Naranjo signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) regarding water rights.

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Sheriff Robert Dekker reports a new scam affecting residents and businesses in Millard County.

“Individuals are calling and claiming that the victim’s computers are sending error messages to them and then these individuals offer to help resolve the errors,” said Sheriff Dekker. “The scammer requests to take control of the computer by having the victim download and install a software program, which can possibly be malicious in nature. The scammer then will go to the Western Union Web site on the victim’s computer where he or she will initiate a money transfer from the victim before they will offer any additional help.”

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