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After-School Programs Help Students Succeed Inside and Outside the Classroom

Nara, a seventh-grader at Granite Park Junior High, stands excitedly with her peers beside a rocket launcher, counting down the seconds. Her instructor describes the effect of air pressure on the distance the rocket will travel. As the rocket launches from the ground, the students look up with excitement and fascination, watching as it flies

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If Sinclair Broadcast Has Specifics on ‘Fake News,’ Let’s Hear it

SALT LAKE CITY — Viewers of the nearly 200 television stations owned by the Sinclair Broadcast Group, including Channel 2 in the Salt Lake market, probably didn’t think much recently when they saw news anchors in promotional spots saying something like, “… we’re concerned about the troubling trend of irresponsible, one-sided news stories plaguing our

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Trump Blasts News Media as ‘Fakers’, Defends Sinclair

“Creepy, cult-ish, and way too propagandistic for my taste”, the Democrat said in tweet Sunday. Sinclair Broadcast Group’s revenue for the quarter was down 8.0% on a year-over-year basis. equities research analysts anticipate that Sinclair Broadcast Group will post 3.53 earnings per share for the current fiscal year. More recently, the company has mandated that

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S-E Publisher, Executive Editor Discuss Publishing Decisions in Wake of Sinclair Must-Runs

From March 23-30, local Sinclair Broadcast Station-owned KUTV Channel 2 ran a scripted promotion 19 times discussing “fake news” and the “troubling trend of irresponsible, one-sided news stories plaguing our country,” according to an Alliance for a Better Utah study.  The promotion aired during news segments and reached a combined viewership of 795,227 people, according to ABU.

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Utah County Commissioner Slips Out Back as Group Calls for Resignation

PROVO — A Utah advocacy group on Tuesday renewed its call for embattled Utah County Commissioner Greg Graves’ resignation — but he left the room before they could speak. Graves was present throughout the commission’s three-hour meeting, but he stepped out a back room right before the public comment period when Katie Matheson, spokeswoman for

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