This Week in Pictures
Wooden Shoe Arch in the Needles district of Canyonlands National Park is but one of thousands of public lands treasures throughout Utah and the West.              Photo by Taylor Flanders
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Library director Carrie Valdes shows off one of the library’s new Chromebook laptops, which along with Wi-Fi hotspots are now available for check out.           Photo by Rose Egelhoff
Library director Carrie Valdes shows off one of the library’s new Chromebook laptops, which along with Wi-Fi hotspots are now available for check out. Photo by Rose Egelhoff
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Homecoming 2018
Corbin Arbon breaks left, hurrying downfield after catching a pass against the Rams.
Photo by Anthony Millitano
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A parade onlooker grabs for candy.   
                Photo by Doug McMurdo
A parade onlooker grabs for candy. Photo by Doug McMurdo
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