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  • Bulldogs, Wolverines beat Pirates to advance to finals in State Tournament
  • OBITUARY: John William Schoppmann
  • OBITUARY: Ira Vaun Garlick
  • Virgin Valley Baseball destroys Dayton in State tournament Round 1
  • Pirates take down Truckee in first round of the State tournament
  • Lady Bulldogs advance past North Valleys in State Tournament first round
  • May 18, 2022
  • Meet the Candidates: MV Constable
  • CLASS OF 2022: Spotlight on Seniors
  • A Spring Rite Of Passage Returns
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Deseret News

  • Utah Jazz: What kind of player should the Jazz go after this offseason?
  • Bear Lake Monster: Is it real? Behind Utah history and sightings
  • Former BYU guard Elijah Bryant makes basketball history, Anadolu Efes wins Euroleague
  • Oklahoma abortion ban: What does it mean? Has abortion law been passed?
  • 'We have to do better': Policymakers, advocates call for better support of maternal mental health
  • Pollution causes 9 million deaths every year. Air pollution is deadliest
  • Veteran suicide rates: how legislature can help | Opinion
  • High school baseball: Crimson Cliffs wins Game 1 in 4A championship
  • Report: Huntsville, Alabama, is the best place to live in U.S.
  • High school softball: Cyprus’ offense scores early and often to beat Westlake
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Quote of the day

Quote of the Day
  • Andrew Lang
    A book is a friend whose face is constantly changing. If you read it when you are recovering from an illness, and return to it years after, it is changed surely, with the change in yourself. Discuss

Word of the Day

Word of the Day
  • smarmy
    Definition: (adjective) Hypocritically, complacently, or effusively earnest.
    Synonyms: fulsome, oleaginous, unctuous.
    Usage: His smarmy speech left no doubt that he actually felt superior to those he was meant to be praising.

This Day in History

This Day in History
  • Clara Barton Establishes the American Red Cross (1881)
    The American Red Cross (ARC) is part of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. It provides disaster relief and emergency assistance in the US and is the country's largest supplier of banked blood. American humanitarian Clara Barton established the ARC after working with the International Red Cross during a visit to Europe. Just months after its establishment, the ARC faced its first test when a fire where left thousands homeless and in desperate need of aid? Discuss