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Archaeologists uncover remains, other Fremont Indian artifacts near Utah Lake

PROVO, Utah — Human remains and countless ancient artifacts are just some of the items archaeologists have uncovered near Utah Lake. They are searching for traces of the past at an ancient Fremont Indian site in Provo. 356 more words

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HS Golf: Region 9 dominates opening day during 3A tourney

The Desert Hills girl’s golf team came into the first day of the 3A state golf tournament looking to defend its crown and looked to make another strong opening statement. 878 more words

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Desert Hills Girls Lacrosse wins championship

The Desert Hills Girls Lacrosse team completed a dream run through the Nevada postseason to win the championship game against Bishop Gorman, 10-2.

These two teams met twice in the regular season with each team winning one of the previous meetings. 433 more words

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Baseball: Snow Canyon looks for third title in four years

After winning back-to-back state championships in 2012 and 2013, the Snow Canyon baseball team couldn’t repeat the performance in 2014 — after missing the playoffs for the first time since 2011. 809 more words

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Golf: Perkins dazzles, Frei sets personal best

With the 3A state tournament next week, the final Region 9 tournament of the season was nothing short of spectacular Tuesday afternoon at SunRiver Golf Club. 861 more words

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Romney addresses UVU graduates, tells them to 'live a large life'

OREM, Utah — In front of a packed house, former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney took the stage at the Utah Valley University 2015 commencement. 221 more words

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David Archuleta - The Impact of Religious Freedom on His Life

On Wednesday, 15 April 2015, the Center for Constitutional Studies at Utah Valley University hosted an august program composed of distinguished religious studies and constitutional scholars to include U.S. 307 more words

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