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Sen. Todd Weiler, R-Wood Cross, will begin radiation this week to treat an aggressive form of prostate cancer. (KSL TV)

🗳️ Fewer than 10% of Utah's active Republican voters participated in Super Tuesday, raising concerns that the results reflect only the most committed base voters rather than the whole party. (KUER)

🏅 The International Olympic Committee is praising Salt Lake City for how it handled the 2002 Winter Games and is dripping with excitement ahead of its visit in April. (Fox 13)

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"I'm not going to be rebuilding, I just coached my last game at Utah State. I spoke with [athletic director] Diana [Sabau] and they are going in a different direction. And I respect her decision and I hope they get a really good coach."
— Utah State women's basketball coach Kayla Ard during her postgame press conference after the team was eliminated from the Mountain West tournament. (Salt Lake Tribune)


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