People at an open house in front of posters: The Utah Division of Water Resources held an open house in Logan Tuesday night — one of many that have been held all over the state.
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Utah Division Of Water Resources Travels The State To Talk About Water Conservation

Officials from Utah’s Division of Water Resources met with Cache Valley residents Tuesday night in an effort to continue educating Utah citizens about water conservation. The open house comes a day after Governor Gary Herbert declared Utah in a state of emergency due to drought.

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Let’s imagine you make raspberry jam to die for.  It started as a hobby, though every time you take a jar to neighbors, they exclaim, “You could sell this stuff!” Maybe you could. Is it just a dream? How do you get started? What do you do next?

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The operators of a popular Salt Lake City concert venue paid for the business through a multimillion-dollar marijuana-selling operation, federal prosecutors said.

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