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Silver Eagle president is stepping down after 7 months

Sunday April 10

Counterfeit money in Centerville See p. A3

BY MELINDA WILLIAMS Clipper Staff Writer

Woods Cross city manger Gary Uresk on Wednesday. Most, he said, had concerns. Among those were Margaret Sundstrom, who told North Salt Lake Police Chief Craig Black that she wasn’t comfortable with the idea of the consolidation and wanted to know the officers if she had need of the police. Black tried to reassure her that she would know the officers, and may even know the city’s community liaison officer better than she knows officers now. She worried that if the officer on duty in Woods Cross were busy, no one from North Salt Lake would

WOODS CROSS — Silver Eagle Refining’s president and CEO J. Michael Redd announced he is stepping down and a search has begun for a replacement. Redd was brought on board just seven months ago to facilitate repairs at the refinery following the Nov. 4, 2009 explosion, improve the refinery’s safety measures, and work with the community in settling insurance claims and building trust in the refinery’s operation. That trust was slow in coming, but Redd put very good safety procedures in place to the point Silver Eagle now is beginning to receive inquiries from other refineries on safety procedures, according to Silver Eagle spokesperson Michael Smith. Among measures he’s responsible for is the addition of a full-time American Petroleum Institute inspector on staff to oversee the mechanical integrity of the plant. “That’s a huge step,” Smith said. “He’s done a tremendous job with the safety culture, and in bringing the refinery through a tough time,” Smith said, noting that every meeting at the plant now begins with a safety moment, even meetings not specifically geared to safety issues. Additionally, key people now in charge of the plant “all passed Mike’s (Redd) safety test,” Smith said. Redd worked with community leaders to be open and transparent concerning the plant’s operation, something Smith promises will continue with Redd’s departure. “We know what to do, how to do it and we intend on doing it,” Smith said. The plant isn’t fully operational yet, Smith said, but he said with the startup of the vacuum unit, the company has proved it will be transparent in its practices. Smith added that the company continues to want to hear any concerns resi-

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NSL to focus on Web presence See p. A4

Less accidents on Bountiful streets See p. A7

MEASURES SUCH AS Centerville’s newest debris basin, shown at left under construction, will help to prevent another spring like in 1983, when volunteers were needed to help sandbag the flooding streets (above). Courtesy photos

Repeat of ‘83 flooding not expected BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper Editor

Sweet sunshine in new “Annie” See p. A9

5th grade smarts in Davis competition See p. A10

“I think we’ll be alright.” That’s the assessment of Davis County Public Works Director Kirk Schmalz, who is quick to add that a lot depends on the weather and eventual snowpack totals. He’s in charge of the crews that clear flood control channels and basins of debris, work with contractors on flood improvement projects, everything related to flood control in the coun-

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“I’m sure there will be some unexpected flooding problems,” he said, citing a small problem late last week in a rural area near Clinton. “We’ve had a lot of calls from people asking,‘How do I get prepared?” Schmalz said. The county has about 2,000 sandbags filled and another 80,000 to 100,000 on hand that can be filled, as needed. Farmington, similarly, has some sandbags filled and

ready, with a youth group coming and filling some earlier this week, a city spokeswoman said. Much effort has gone into flood control since the big floods of 1983 that saw mud and water pouring down such places as Rudd Canyon in Farmington and through much of Bountiful, Centerville, and elsewhere. “About one-third of the money is spent” of the $27 million sales tax bond approved for flood control work a couple of years ago,

Residents concerned about proposed merger BY MELINDA WILLIAMS Clipper Staff Writer

Cars being sought for Rotary show See p. A12

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Schmalz said. “We have approximately $10 million that we would like to get under contract, and in 2012 we’ll finish it up,” he said. “We’re trying to keep the momentum going,” the public works chief said, noting a lot of effort went into preparing plans, getting ready for additional projects for this construction season. In the 28 years since that banner flood year, a lot of

WOODS CROSS — If the comments of those attending an open house here on the proposed police consolidation with North Salt Lake are any indication, Woods Cross residents have concerns about the merger. The Woods Cross City Council will make a decision on the proposal in its April 19th meeting. Police from both cities and Woods Cross City officials were on hand Tuesday night to answer questions and hear comments from residents about the proposal, which would merge the two police departments into a

OFFICERS talk with residents about the proposed consolidation of police departments. Photo by Melinda Williams consolidated force. The merger is being considered at this time because Woods Cross Police Chief

Paul Howard is retiring. “The meeting went very well.We had a good number of people come in,” said

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Police standoff with woman resolved

KAYSVILLE — A woman barricaded herself in her house here for more than seven hours Tuesday night before surrendering to police. Police say the woman, who is employed by the National Guard was apparently distraught over some disciplinary action at work. Reports were that she had barricaded herself in a closet about 7 p.m.Tuesday and was armed with a weapon. A couple of homes were evacuated by police, but police believe she intended no harm to anyone but herself. About 10 p.m. negotiators with the Davis County Sheriff’s office were called in. She reportedly surrendered to police about 2:30 a.m.Wednesday. She was taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.

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Coleman pleads not guilty

FARMINGTON — Stephen J. Coleman, a former staff member in the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget, has pleaded not guilty to nine counts of sexual abuse of a child. Coleman, 40, of Bountiful, was in 2nd District Court Tuesday on the felony charges which include three counts of sodomy of a child and six counts of aggravated

sexual abuse of a child. He was arrested March 7 at his office in the State Capitol after police received information from the Division of Child and Family Services that he allegedly had sexually abused two girls. If convicted, he would receive a mandatory 25 years to life in the Utah State Prison for each of the sodomy charges.The other six charges carry a mandatory 15 years to life sentence. A pretrial hearing has been set for April 26. Coleman is being held in the Davis County Jail on $500,000 bail. He had been on the governor’s staff since 2009.

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Warrant issued in robbery

FARMINGTON — A no-bail warrant was issued Tuesday for a woman who pleaded guilty to two robberies at north Davis area Maverik stores in December. Brandi Lee Lund, 36,did not appear for her sentencing hearing in 2nd District Court. She pleaded guilty to third-degree felony theft by receiving stolen property and a class A misdemeanor obstructing justice for her part in the robberies. She was released from jail in January after her attorney worked out a deal with prosecutors. Her attorney, Bill Albright said he had received a call from Lund on his answering machine, telling him she was not going to be present and asking that the hearing he continued. Lund was also to have

had a presentence report on March 2, but did not show up with Adult Probation and Parole for it. According to police, Lund stayed in the car while Krista Sue Crossen, 35, went into the Maverik stores in Clearfield and Layton, showing a gun and demanding cash. Crossen, of Syracuse, was sentenced to serve five years to life in the Utah State Prison on Tuesday. She pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree felony aggravated robbery in January, and has been in the Davis County Jail since. Another defendant, Russell Cuddeback, 28, was sentenced March 15 to serve 15 to 120 days in the Davis County Jail’s work center and to receive treatment at Davis Behavioral Health. He pleaded guilty to two counts of third-degree felony attempted aggravated robberies in February. Police say he drove the car used in the robberies.

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Little time left for NSL spring cleanup

NORTH SALT LAKE — Even though Mother Nature seems unsure of what season it is, spring cleaning is going on without her. There’s still a little time left for North Salt Lake’s spring cleanup, which ends sometime the morning of April 18.That’s when the roll-offs distributed by the city for waste will be picked up. Roll-offs are located at Hatch park – 50 West Center, Foxhollow Park – 655 N.

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NSL 5K event postponed until April 30

NORTH SALT LAKE — The city’s events committee is hoping for some brighter days soon. The group has postponed

the North Salt Lake 5K to April 30 in the hopes that the weather will have cleared up by that point.The event, originally scheduled for April 9, was held off due to a weekend full of rain and snow. The event, which will be held at the Eaglewood Golf Course, is scheduled to go from 9 a.m.-noon. For more information, see www. nsllive.nslcity.org.

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Police arrest three in counterfeiting operation BY MELINDA WILLIAMS Clipper Staff Writer

CENTERVILLE — Two adults and a juvenile from California were arrested here Thursday on drug and forgery charges after police found items used in counterfeiting money. Arrested were Christina Y. Duran, 27, and Rudy Luevano, 22, both of Bakersfield, Calif. The juvenile, also taken into custody was listed as a runaway. Centerville Police Lt. Paul Child said police were called to the Target store, 200 N. Market Place Drive, on a report of suspicious persons about 2:48 p.m. on Thursday. Upon arrival, officers contacted two of the suspects in an Infiniti in the store’s parking lot. A third suspect was in the store. The car had been rented in Las Vegas, Nev. During initial conversations between police and the pair, one of the individuals allegedly admitted to using “weed.” Child said officers recovered suspected marijuana and the pipe used to smoke marijuana. Child said that based on further information from Target Loss Prevention it was believed that the suspects were also involved in passing counterfeit money at other Target Stores. Centerville Police contacted Cottonwood Heights Police who were handling a counterfeit money case at a Target Store in Cottonwood Heights. Two of the suspects stopped in Centerville matched the suspects in the photos provided by Cottonwood Heights Police. Officers searched the vehicle and allegedly found chemicals and other items used to counterfeit U.S. currency. The officers say they also found several bills which were in containers filled with the chemicals and were in the process of being washed, a laptop

Petition deadline passes in Kaysville

BY LOUISE R. SHAW Clipper Staff Writer

KAYSVILLE — Friday marked the deadline for the signature-gathering that would put three initiative petitions on the November ballot. The petitions, sponsored by Kaysville Citizens for Responsible Government, would alter some aspects of city government. It was necessary to collect 1,456 signatures by April 15 to qualify for the November ballot. “We still have people out working,” said Orwin Draney, a member of the committee, last Tuesday. He said about 1,100 signatures had already been collected but it was not known at press time, whether the last several

SAMPLES of the counterfeit money recovered by Centerville police near the Target store this past Thursday. Courtesy photo computer and a printer. recently purchased high value items in Nine counterfeit $100 bills and a the car believed to have been purvariety of other bills were recovered chased using counterfeit money. and taken as evidence. An agent from Centerville Police detectives are the U.S. Secret Service responded and continuing the investigation in coopparticipated in the investigation. eration with the U.S. Secret Service, In addition to the marijuana, police Cottonwood Heights Police and other say they found suspected methamlocal agencies. phetamine and a pipe used to smoke mwilliams@davisclipper.com it. Child said police also found several

Jennings: ‘Truth is built on tiny bits of wisdom’ BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor

LAYTON — Ken Jennings has been a fan of trivia his entire life. As a youngster, he’d run home from school to catch that day’s episode of “Jeopardy.” Jennings was the keynote speaker at the Utah Association of Counties convention held at the Davis Conference Center, Thursday morning.The former Murray resident and software engineer won 74 straight games on Jeopardy, winning $2,522,700. “Nerds pretty decisively won a battle with the jocks about 15 years ago,” he said, speaking about the value of learning facts. Citing three reasons why it’s worthwhile, Jennings said “it’s easier to learn new things, make new decisions and meet new people. “If you learn just a little information about something, attach it to what you already know, then it’s less likely to escape,” he said, using the example of the small Middle Eastern kingdom of Bahrain. “Even little isolated facts can be like bait,” can lead to life-changing decisions. Jennings cited the case of a man who was fascinated with the eye of a giant squid

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QUIZ SHOW WINNER Ken Jennings, center, appears on mock “county” Jeopardy show Thursday. Courtesy photo he saw as a child that was about the size of a volleyball. The man later became a marine biologist. “It’s easier to make new decisions,” he continued. “The truth is built out of tiny bits of wisdom.” Three hundred years ago, people’s lives were often centered around family, livestock, and their small village. “There wasn’t that much to know about then. Now the whole world is interconnected,” he said.“Things far away can affect us – the Greek economy on your

401K.” Sometimes knowing what seems like a useless fact can be lifesaving, Jennings said. He recalled the case of Tilly Smith of England who was on the beach in Thailand that fateful day of the giant tsunami. “The water level is receding, you’ve got to get out,” she screamed to her loved ones and 100 around her, who as a result were saved. She’d learned in third grade geography that when the ocean water recedes, it

portends a tsunami. “It’s easier to get to know people around us” when there’s some connection that can be made through a little bit of knowledge, he said. On a recent plane trip, Jennings sat next to a man from Fargo, N.D. What did he know about Fargo? Not much, but enough, through such facts as it lies on the Red River or is the birthplace of baseball great Roger Maris. That little bit of knowledge led to some interesting exchanges of information, breaking up a flight that could’ve meant spending the whole time reading the in-flight magazine, he said. “People ask me how do I do it,” as far as retaining so much information, he said. “If there is a secret, it’s to be interested in everything. That’s a great way to live. It’s exciting. Every day is an opportunity to become ever more informed.” He said he “keeps that information in” by linking it to other things in his life’s experience rather than relying on so-called tricks. And that doesn’t mean Jennings can keep track of everything.“I have a wife who knows where my car keys are,” he added. tbusselberg@davisclipper.com

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hundred were in by the deadline. “We seem to have people that have gained some knowledge about what we’re trying to do with the initiatives,” he said. “It’s not that they’re voting at this time or saying whether they’re for or against it. We want to get it on the ballot and have a chance to discuss it,” he said.With sufficient information and knowledge people would know which way they wanted to vote. One of the initiatives calls for a full-time mayor instead of a city manager, a second one restricts use of power fees and the third requires city council members be elected from five districts rather than at large. lshaw@davisclipper.com

Bugman, 2nd employee face additional charges SALT LAKE CITY — Bountiful-based Bugman Pest and Lawn Inc., is facing more criminal charges, along with another employee of the embattled company. The company, and the owner’s son Raymond Wilson Jr., were charged in U.S. District Court Wednesday with five misdemeanor counts of unlawful use of a registered pesticide. The new indictment accuses Bugman and Wilson of “knowingly” using a registered pesticide “in a manner inconsistent with its labeling to wit: applying Fumitoxen into a burrow system that is within 15 feet of a building that may be occupied by humans,” at homes in Salt Lake City, Park City and Sandy in August 2009. The Wilson father and son are both scheduled to make an initial court appearance on May 17. The company, Wilson Sr., and former employee

Coleman Nocks were charged in February 2010 in federal court with three counts of unlawful use of the pesticide at a Layton home where two girls, ages 4 and 15 months died, after Nocks allegedly spread the poison too close to the family home to remove voles. Nocks and Wilson Sr., pleaded not guilty.They are set to go to trial in October.Those charges are separate from the new indictment. Nocks was also initially charged in 2nd District Court with two counts of negligent homicide, a class A misdemeanor.The charges were dropped when the federal indictment was filed. Nathan and Brenda Toone parents of Rebecca and Rachel Ana Toone, who died in the Layton incident, filed a wrongful death suit last month in 2nd District Court.

FARMINGTON — Davis County prosecutors filed a memorandum Thursday, asking that evidence relating to Nathan Sloop’s interaction with a therapist be admitted as evidence. Deputy Davis County Attorney David Cole filed the memo in response to a motion filed last month by Sloop’s attorney Rich Mauro, seeking to quash those interactions from being admitted as evidence. Sloop and his wife Stephanie are charged in the death of 4-year-old Ethan Stacy, Stephanie’s son by a previous marriage in May 2010.

In his motion, Mauro said that the therapistpatient privilege invalidated a subpoena by prosecutors filed in December 2010 requesting information on communications between the therapist and Nathan Sloop regarding Ethan’s behavior and physical state. Cole’s memo argues that the therapist-patient privilege does not apply to each communication called for by the subpoena.He argues the defense bears the burden of proving that the therapistpatient privilege applies. A hearing has been set for April 21 on the motion to quash.

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NSL looking to improve its online presence

Bishop seeks greater security for border

NORTH SALT LAKE — City officials are looking for some help in sprucing up North Salt Lake’s Internet presence. The city is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant to the City Manager, a new position whose focus will largely be on the city’s website, Facebook, and possible Twitter page. Though the city isn’t necessarily looking to expand their online presence, they are hoping to make it better than they feel it is currently. “We’re not so much increasing it as we are improving it,” said North Salt Lake Mayor Len Arave.“We don’t get notices published as quickly as we should, and sometimes we let information on our website get a little stale.” The position, the application window for which closes April 18, includes a variety of administrative duties as well as responsibility for maintaining the city’s website (www.nslcity.org) and Facebook page (the easiest way to find it is to search for the city on the website’s search engine). The focus would be to make sure the information available to residents on

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Legislation that reportedly remedies current security gaps that exist on federal lands along the nation’s borders has been introduced in Congress by Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah. The Department of Interior (DOI) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) would be prevented from using governmental policies to restrict the U.S. Border Patrol from obtaining routine access. Rep. Bishop is National Parks, Forests and Public Lands Subcommittee Chair. “This legislation takes the necessary and responsible steps to address the unacceptable restrictions that prevent Border Security experts from doing their jobs,” he said. “Allowing public land managers and restrictive environmental policies, not Border Security experts, to dictate how we secure our nation’s borders and keep our country safe is counterintuitive, and as a result, has jeopardized the safety and security of all Americans,” Bishop said. There are more than 20 million acres of federal land along the southern U.S. border regions. Officials believe that due to the Border Patrol’s

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BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer

NORTH SALT LAKE is looking to hire someone who will be responsible for helping the city be more accessible and communicate more effectively online. Stock photo both sites was as up to date and comprehensive as possible. Though North Salt Lake is not currently on Twitter, they have been considering joining. The job posting also includes mention of a blog, though the city hasn’t yet started one. (NSL Live, the city’s events committee, has both its own website – www.nsllive. nslcity.org – and a Twitter feed – twitter.com/ NSL_Live.) In addition to the online maintenance, the assistant will perform research for

the city manager, prepare departmental agendas, manage the correspondence of the city manager and assist the mayor and manager with written correspondence and verbal communication. Proven experience with Google search, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft Office Suite is required, along with a bachelor’s degree in public administration, political science, communication, english, journalism or a similar field of study. More duties and infor-

mation about the job can be found online at the city’s website. Though the position of Administrative Assistant to the City Manager is technically a new job title for the city,Arave said that it’s not so much a sign that the city is growing as that it’s shifting its focus. “There’s just so many new tools out there,” he said, talking about the online opportunities to connect with residents. “The city needs to take advantage of that.” jwardell@davisclipper.com

inability to maintain a routine presence on federal lands, criminal drug and human smuggling groups have co-opted these areas as superhighways into the country. Drug cartels and other criminal operations recognize federal lands provide miles of virtually unfettered access into the U.S.That has not only contributed to the escalating border violence but also caused severe environmental degradation, Bishop said. “The federal lands along our border are a haven of criminal activity and the same environmental policies that are supposed to be protecting the lands are actually allowing them to be destroyed,” he said. On Friday,April 15, as the Clipper went to press, the Subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands and Security, Homeland Defense, and Foreign Operations Subcommittees were due to hold a joint oversight hearing. The topic is “The Border: Are Environmental Laws and Regulation Impeding Security and Harming the Environment?” tbusselberg@davisclipper.com


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Silver Eagle President is stepping down Continued from p. A1

Repeat of ‘83 flooding not expected THE COUNTY’S waterways are being closely monitored by staff. Courtesy photo

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areas have seen development, even as the county’s population has virtually doubled. In the county commission’s view, that made it all the more important to address the flood infrastructure issues now. A lot of projects are under way through all parts of the county. • The final amount of concrete was due to be poured Friday, as the Clipper went to press, in the new Centerville Canyon Debris Basin at about 100 South in back of the hill. Some 1,200 cubic yards of concrete have been used in creating the dam and a 48 inch culvert installed through the dam’s center, draining water on each side.

This project was welcomed by nearby residents, who said they would no longer have to carry flood insurance. • A large new pipe and box culvert were installed underneath the Camelot Manufactured Home Community in North Salt Lake, replacing one that had deteriorated over many years. • A detention basin is being completed near the North Salt Lake Industrial Park. • Along the frontage road between Centerville and Farmington, work on new culverts should be completed within the next week. • New concrete lining is being installed at 600 West to Legacy Highway, 1980 North, in West Bountiful, in the DSB.

• At Barton Creek below I-15, culverts and related facilities have been installed to provide “significantly greater capacity” to handle flood water levels. • At Deuel Creek, similar larger capacity drainage facilities have been installed. In many cases, crumbling facilities, from Camelot to Layton, have been replaced by stronger, larger capacity systems, Schmalz said. Those with questions about sandbags, etc., should call their local city public works or street department. In the meantime,Weber Basin Water Conservancy District General Manager Tage Flint noted that snowpack is above 150 percent. tbusselberg@davisclipper.com

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respond. To that, Black responded, police presence would be enhanced in both cities under the consolidated force, and that if there was a special problem in Woods Cross, an officer could be given an extra patrol shift through the area. Others had concerns which centered around what would happen to the department’s assets if the consolidation didn’t work out. Black responded that the departments would take their assets with them. The consolidated department would answer to the city managers of both cities. “Both city managers are reasonable people,” he said, “and I don’t see either city’s mayor doing something that’s not fair.” Still one resident asked

what would happen if Black (who would be chief of the consolidated force under the plan), gets a job offer with a larger agency. Black said that while he has been recruited by other agencies, he has turned away job offers. “I would not leave the department in a bind.” While many who attended the open house had concerns, there were those in support of the consolidation. Ray Daniels, a Woods Cross resident who works for the South Davis Metro Fire Agency, said the merger “is a no-brainer” in terms of providing adequate coverage to residents and safety for officers. His concern was that the consolidation would be fair to the officers of both departments and that officer morale wouldn’t suffer.

But officers from both departments at the meeting said they would welcome the merger, citing the better coverage, delineated by “beats,” (districts).They also say there would be better response time if, say, a Woods Cross officer were tied up with a case, a North Salt Lake officer would be there to step in, without waiting to be dispatched. Residents were asked to fill out a straw poll declaring if they would prefer to remain independent with a new police chief and an additional officer or consolidate with North Salt Lake. Whether the council votes for the consolidation or not, Uresk said the dialogue was good, and that he saw ways the two departments could strengthen their ties and share resources even as separate departments.

dents may have. Recently, they received a call about an odor in a nearby neighborhood. They immediately went to check it out. A homeowner, whose house was severely damaged in the explosion also called with concerns about something found in her yard. “We went immediately with a lab technician,” Smith said. “We’re going to react to any complaint, and hopefully (residents) feel comfortable.” In a press release, Redd said the change in leadership was planned from the time he was brought on

board. “My skills are as a problem solver, and as a catalyst for positive culture change,” he said. “I was hired to identify the factors which contributed to the incident, and recommend programs, and systems which, when implemented, can prevent reoccurrence.” Redd said his expertise is in root-cause analysis, and in recommending corrective action. Smith added that Redd’s expertise is not

in operating as a plant manager. Redd had placed other projects on hold to work with Silver Eagle and said he is now working on a couple of interesting projects involving U.S. manufacturing/process companies. The projects are designed to help them lower operating costs while improving safety, by changing the mindset of those involved. mwilliams@davisclipper.com

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Reality show is proof hell does exist The views expressed in this column are the opinion of the writer and not necessarily those of the ownership or management of this newspaper.

e all make errors. One of our columnists recently wrote that there were millions of illegal immigrants in Utah. She meant to write there were millions in the U.S., not Utah. A reader caught the error. Two weeks ago I mentioned the social media comments surrounding the “escaped python” from the Bronx Zoo. My mistake – it was a cobra, not a python. The Davis County School District Foundation took out an advertise- By Bryan Gray ment for its annual fund-raising gala, stating that a guest appearance would be made by a notable “heroin”. Sorry, the word is heroine, though admittedly the drug is also famous. Yes, errors happen all the time. One which I made last week was wasting time watching a cable television program titled “Say Yes to the Dress,” a popular reality series in which brides are filmed during the daunting task of selecting pricey wedding dresses from a New York wedding boutique. From a male point of view, the program is Exhibit No. 1 on why the rest of the world hates Americans. The first problem is the price. Some of the brides don’t worry at all about the cost of the dress, confidently saying that good old dad is footing the bill. Then they set their budget for up to $10,000; some of their grandparents paid that for their first home, let alone a dress that will only be worn once! The program also show-

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If you pack it in, pack it back out Editor: I just came back from our daily walk on the Bonneville shoreline trail and the upper road between Bountiful and Centerville with a large garbage bag full of water bottles, cans, cups and other trash. Around the Bountiful

cases the bickering and arguing between the bride and her entourage of family and friends. In this week’s episode, the bride’s selection was determined by a haughty, insolent 15year-old sister demanding that her older sister have more “bling” on the dress. (Listen, if you are old enough to get married, you should be mature enough to make your own decisions, not give veto power to a 15-year-old who should be more worried about homework and acne medication.) And as for the grumbling mothers and friends, I wanted to shout,“Listen, you imbeciles! It’s her wedding dress, not yours!” To make it less palatable for male viewers, the “fashion director” for the boutique flutters around busily, confiding to the brides that their dress selection is as important as Arab freedom revolutions, global warming, and changes in the tax code. No normal man can relate to the show; we’re hard-wired to scoff. Of course, men and weddings are a poorlymatched pair. Young girls spend hours placing their mother’s slips over their heads and “playing wedding.” In contrast, young boys don’t play anything that doesn’t involve a glove or a ball. So it’s natural that women see the wedding dress as a statement of their beauty and authenticity, whereas the groom’s only question is which closet or storage shed will be used to store the dress after the wedding is over. Male religious leaders should watch an episode of “Say Yes to the Dress.” They would have a better description of what Hell is really like.

pond west of Legacy Highway it is no better. Only there it is what fishermen throw away, lots of water bottles and cans floating to the shoreline, worm boxes, tangled fishing lines and hooks. “Pack it in/pack it out” is ignored. Why are some people such pigs? Romana Ruemmele Bountiful

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Less traffic and accidents on Bountiful streets BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor

BOUNTIFUL — If you sometimes feel like there’s less company with you on the streets, here, you’re right. Traffic volumes for 2010 actually showed a slight decrease from the previous year, continuing a trend, City Engineer Paul Rowland told the Bountiful City Council earlier this week. Although it may not appear traffic is down on 500 South 500 West at “rush hour,” the city engineer said traffic decreased “slightly.” That’s even on 500 West between 400 North and 500 South “where significant traffic volume increases” have occurred since the Commons opened. The feasibility of a traffic signal at Orchard Drive and 1500 South still indicates there isn’t enough traffic volume to justify a signal. No new signals were added last year, Rowland said. “If the Renaissance Center ever reaches its full potential, it can be expected this intersection will require a sig-

500 WEST saw both increases and decreases in rush hour traffic, depending on the area. Photo by Jen Wardell nal,” he said. While traffic on 1500 South was down a bit in 2010, accident numbers jumped dramatically from one in 2009 to six in 2010 and well over the average of 3.4 accidents a year since 2000. The city power department is upgrading the street light system to more energy efficient “induction” lamps, thanks to a $175,000 grant, Rowland said. The total number of acci-

dents saw what he called a “whopping 19.6 percent decrease,” from 642 in 2009 to 516 last year. That was a far cry from the peak year of 1994 when there were 862 reportable accidents. December saw the highest number of accidents, at 65, followed by November at 54. June, which contains the longest day of the year, saw the lowest number, at 29. A high number of rearend type accidents occurred

on 500 South and 500 West between the lights. The 500 South 500 West intersection had the highest number of accidents, at 16, followed by 400 North and 500 West at 14. Of intersections that have seen a significant or unusual increase in accidents over 2009 lists 1500 South Orchard Drive and 500 West between 400 North and 500 South. Rowland noted that auto pedestrian accidents dropped from 22 to 16, with seven involving bicycles, including one in the new Davis Boulevard bike lanes. Other accidents involved two skateboarders, four in parking lots, two pedestrians in cross walks and for the second year in a row, the Handcart Days parade.That involved a Utah Highway Patrol trooper going into the crowd. “Reviewing the accidents does not show any changes or additions the city could make to the streets or signing that could prevent these types of accidents,” Rowland said. tbusselberg@davisclipper.com

Kids: Unplug the TV, go outside to play CLEARFIELD — Health officials are concerned that kids spend too much time in front of screens, such as televisions, video games, cell phones and the Internet, to the exclusion of other activities. They are asking that area families observe National Unplug and Play Week which runs April 18-24. Tiffany Leishman, a community health educator with the Davis County Health Department said that on average,American kids spend five hours daily in front of a screen for entertainment. “This means that over the course of a year, kids spend more time in front of a

screen than in school,” she said.“Screen time cuts into family time and is a leading cause of obesity in both adults and children.” Leishman said that the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children over the age of 2 spend no more than an hour or two a day in front of a screen. Children under 2 should have no screen time. “Watching less TV increases opportunities for physical activity, decreases exposure to ads for unhealthy foods, and improves family time,” said Lewis Garrett, director of the Davis County Health Department.“Anyone and everyone can participate.All

that is needed is a little bit of creativity.” Leishman offered a few ideas for things to do instead of spending time in front of a screen. • Find out about your area’s community center or park’s activities • Go swimming at an indoor pool • Visit the zoo • Go ice or roller skating • Plant a vegetable or herb garden • Start a neighborhood basketball, soccer, or kickball game

• Take a nature hike • Start a community exercise group • Train for a 5K • Begin a family project Garrett encourages families to pull the plug for the entire week.“If it seems too challenging, designate a day or two of the week as screen-free days or even start with just eliminating the TV during mealtimes. Even small steps can help families be more active together.” mwilliams@davisclipper.com

Everyone welcome at Davis Chamber expo LAYTON — The public is invited to Wednesday’s free Business to Business Expo sponsored by the Davis Chamber of Commerce. It will be held at the Davis Conference Center, here, from 2 p.m to 7 p.m. and the keynote speaker will be nationally recognized entrepreneur Alan Hall. In addition, more than 80 firms will have exhibits of their wares during the annual event. It’s intended as a way to network, learn about local business, attend a business seminar, sample food from local restaurants, and win prizes. “The B2B Expo is one of the best venues for small to medium-sized businesses to reach out to one another and to the community in general,” says Davis Cham-

ber President Jim Smith. “This is the premier expo in Davis County and each year the event gets bigger and better,” he said. “Amazing Leadership: Keys to a Spectacular Business” is Hall’s topic. He is founder and managing director of Mercato Partners, former CEO and chair of Marketstar Corporation, founder and chair of Grow Utah, and chair of the Utah Technology Council. Companies that will be exhibiting range from Snowbasin and Davis Hospital to Goodwood Barbecue Company, Zions Bank,Apple Tree/Apple Village,Applegate, FORTHGEAR, Weber State University, and Roosters, among others. For more information, call the chamber at 801-5932200 or visit www.b2bexpo.net.

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Keep careful watch on privacy law Editor: Don Olson argues in his letter published April 3, 2011, that legislators need their privacy, which is certainly true. However, personal privacy was already guaranteed under the old GRAMA law. Unbelievable, the sponsoring senator for HB477 did not even understand the very basics of the old GRAMA, nor did who ever put out the talking points for Republican legislators to convince them to vote yes. Legislators have lost their personal privacy (eg., Rep. Garn and Sen. Killpack) but it wasn’t through open records requests. Conducting public business in private is different. When a Legislature or the governor or a governmental agency creates public policy or spends (or refuses to spend) public money, the public deserves to know how those decisions are made. Almost all legislative and executive decisions benefit or restrict somebody and reflect public policy some people favor and some oppose. Legislation or a decision that benefits a legislator or governor or employee at a governmental agency (or his friend or family member or campaign donor or constituent) should include a public discussion so we can decide whether we agree or disagree.

For instance, a few years ago, several legislators who were in the financial business of charter schools proposed that the public pay for vouchers to benefit charter schools. This year, public funding for charter schools was again increased, contrary to promises when charter schools were created.A legislator who wanted to build a power plant sponsored legislation to make his business easier. The governor decided not to accept federal money to continue paying unemployment benefits. UTA paid $13 million to the losing bidder for a big road project.The best prerequisite to these decisions should have been full disclosure and a public debate, which too often does not happen. Frequently, records requests are the only way the public learns of behind-thescenes dealings relating to public business so we can understand who receives a benefit. Keep a careful watch. The fact that there is a committee now to consider HB477 does not mean bad law won’t still be enacted.The more you watch how public business is decided, the more likely a good result. It’s your money. Nelda Bishop Bountiful

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‘Annie’ offers sweet sunshine BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer CENTERVILLE — Sometimes, you just want a musical that you know will leave you smiling on your way out. CenterPoint Legacy Theatre’s production of “Annie,” running now through May 7 at the Davis Center for the Performing Arts, is just such a show. It’s cheerful, uncomplicated, and has excellent comic timing, and though none of the songs are showstoppers they’re heartfelt enough that you’ll still probably be humming along. The heart of the story is Annie, the spunky little orphan who just wants to find the parents who had left her at the orphanage 11 years ago. In the M/W/F

cast Hanna Gemperline gives the character a spoonful of toughness that makes the sunniness a little bit more wellearned. Jason Wadsworth, who plays the brusque-but-loving billionaire Oliver Warbucks, had a nice, steady bluster that was believably melted by young Annie. Jessie Funk, as his assistant Grace, had the quiet, graceful authority of someone with infinitely more responsibility than her title suggests. The CenterPoint production makes the most out of every laugh that the script has to offer, with excellent comic timing on the part of everyone involved. Though some of the jokes are definitely period – one of my favorites involved Harpo Marx – those

who have heard the names or don’t mind doing a little Googling will be rewarded. Of course, some comedy is just timeless. Carol Thomas plays the orphanage madame Miss Hannigan as the epitome of the boozy, washed-up girl about town, and her absolute willingness to embrace every iota of the role’s screwball comedy potential made the character a slightly seedy joy to watch. Though she serves as Annie’s nemesis, the character’s true foil was Samantha Brown, who played the young orphan Molly. The sweet-faced little girl had a definite impish streak and with Thomas’s willingness to embrace physical comedy, she could get laughs even standing completely alone on stage. Pure comic sunshine.

CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: Three of the show’s cast of orphans, in the middle of singing “It’s a Hard Knock Life.” Annie (Hanna Gemperline) is introduced into her knew life by Grace (Jessie Funk) and the rest of Warbucks’ staff. Annie with Sandy, portrayed by Chewbacca Cutler. For tickets, call 801-298-1302. Photos by Louise R. Shaw

BHS ‘Crazy’ nominated for state awards BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer

ed in several categories at the new Utah High School Musical Awards, sponsored by the BOUNTIFUL — The cast Utah Festival Opera.The and crew of last fall’s “Crazy awards ceremony will be For You” are about to get April 30 at the Kent Concert something of a curtain Hall at Utah State University. call. “We’re honored,” said Bountiful director Angela Brown. High’s 2010 “When we put the show on musical has last fall, I knew I had a hit on been nominatmy hands.” Bountiful High School is HAYDEN CALL (as Bobby in last the only Davis County school fall’s “Crazy for to be recognized in the comYou” was among petition, which began this year.The school’s production the award nomiwas nominated in eight difnees. Courtesy photo

ferent categories, including Best Musical, Best Actor (Hayden Call), Best Actress (Hanna Cutler), Best Director, Best Choreographer, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design, and Best Ensemble. Nominees were chosen by Utah Festival Opera members, who traveled throughout the state in 2010 to watch performances of high school productions and determine who should be selected. The awards ceremony, which will be hosted by performer Michael Ballam, will

include performances by the nominated schools. The winners in each category will also be announced, and the winner of Best Actor and Best Actress will participate in the National High School Musical Theater Awards. Brown said the optimism of “Crazy For You” is what drew her. “I love the message of the show,” she said.“It’s set in the Great Depression, but the characters all manage to look on the bright side of their situation.”


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Youth/Education Clipper April 17, 2011

Davis County fifth graders prove their smarts

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BY LOUISE R. SHAW Clipper Staff Writer

NIKI BARNHART has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award for leadership, service. Courtesy photo

Girl Scout Gold Award earned CLEARFIELD — Niki Barnhart is one of 12 girls from Utah who will be honored with the Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest honor in girl scouting. The award, presented Saturday, symbolizes accomplishments in leadership, community service, career planning and personal development. For her Gold Award project, Barnhart built shelving units for the Clearfield Community Church and helped consolidate and organize supplies. The Clearfield High School graduate is now a freshman at the University of Utah. She has participated in Girl Scouts for over 12 years and now leads her own troop of sixth- and seventh-grade Cadette scouts.

DAVIS COUNTY – It’s been a long time since some of Utah’s county officials have been in fifth grade. Luckily, they had the help of fifth graders from Mountain View Elementary school as they tackled questions on math and history, government and literature. Officials from counties across the state were gathered at the Davis Conference Center for the Utah Association of Counties conference Thursday, and students from the Layton school were invited to help jog their memories. During lunch, Davis County Commissioner Louenda Downs led county officials and the audience in a game to see if they were smarter than Davis County fifth graders. Questions went from knowing how much was paid for the Louisiana Territory, to what is a pri-

FIFTH GRADERS Julianne Kimmel, Abegail Faz, Chase Hiatt, Sanil Chachra and Annika Schwartz write answers to questions posed by Davis County Commissioner Louenda Downs as she led county officials from around Utah in a round of “Are You Smarter than a Davis County Fifth Grader?” Photo by Louise R. Shaw mary source, to how many amendments were in the Bill of Rights or what two squared times 11 is. The students had come prepared, and each one went straight to their slates to write the answers. The county leaders invariably went with their answers. “I want to represent my school,” said Abegail Faz, one of the five before the event. Abegail’s favorite

subjects are language and English. Sanil Chachra loves science and reading and Chase Hiatt loves math, as does Julianne Kimmel. Annika Schwartz said she was really nervous to participate in front of the hundreds gathered. Her mother, Kirsten Schwartz had hoped Annika’s father would be there to support her, but he was awaiting an

air lift to bring him home from Afghanistan. After answering the questions so quickly and so confidently, Downs joked with the audience that fifth graders might be available to help make decisions in county government. She’d earlier introduced the Mountain View kids as being the smartest in the world. lshaw@davisclipper.com

Students recognized for efforts

WOODS CROSS — April students of the month at Woods Cross are Jericho Pineda, Nikki Strieby, Jordan Wight, Casey Lowe, Shantelle Olsen, Ashley Robertson and Erik Levanger. Students are recognized for accomplishments in academic, personal and community pursuits, as well as for going the extra mile.

It’s Elementary Night of music, art set at LPA

NORTH SALT LAKE — Legacy Preparatory Academy will host its fifth annual “Starry Night at the Academy,” on Thursday, April 28. The program will be held at the school’s elementary campus, 1375 W. Center Street in North Salt Lake, beginning at 6:15 p.m. and running until 8:15. The evening includes musical performances and an art gallery. In addition, calendars made from student art will be available for sale. lshaw@davisclipper.com

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‘Wild Lands’ funds not in resolution

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Funds for the Department of the Interior’s (DOI) controversial “Wild Lands” proposal are not included in the final Continuing Resolution (CR) to fund the remainder of fiscal year 2011. “Implementation of the Secretarial Order would take hard-earned taxpayer dollars and put them toward a policy that would

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CARS BOTH OLD AND NEW are welcome to register for the Bountiful Rotary’s Coats for Kids Car Show, which helps local youth with winter gear. Photo by Louise R. Shaw

BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer

BOUNTIFUL — One of the best things about having a great car is the chance to show it off to people, especially if there’s a chance to help someone out while you’re doing it. Registration is currently open for car owners who want to take part in the Bountiful Rotary’s annual Coats for Kids Car Show, scheduled this year for June 17-18 along Bountiful’s Main Street and at Bountiful City Park. The event, which provides coats and other cold weather gear for Davis County students in need, regularly draws anywhere from 100-200 cars. “We’ll have almost every kind of car, from hot rods and classics to foreign cars, monster cars, and muscle cars,” said Chris Simonsen, a

member of the Bountiful Rotary.“Occasionally we’ll even have a tractor.” The car show, which includes a Cruisin’ Parade down Main Street, live music, contests, food, prize drawings and a host of other activities, raises money that’s used to supply the following winter’s coats. The money is then turned into K-Mart vouchers, which are then distributed to school principles to give to the parents of the children in need. The system makes sure the kids remain anonymous, and get the coats quickly. “The idea is that the kids have the vouchers as soon as it starts to get cold,” said Russell Galt, another Rotary member.“They don’t have to wait for them.” Some of the cars at last year’s show, which provided coats for this past winter,

included a black ‘72 Corvette and a 1940 Ford Coupe that used to be raced out at the Bountiful Speedway. There was also a 1972 El Camino that held a 1955 Tiger Cub motorcycle in its truck-like bed. Those who are interested in showing their cars can register online at www.bountifulrotary.com or www.burtbrothers.com. Registration is $25, and must be completed by May 20 in order to be assured of a T-shirt, collector pin, and reserved parking for Friday night.VIP parking for Friday night can be purchased for an additional $50. Sponsorships from local businesses are also still being sought for the car show. More information on that or registering cars can be found by calling 801-2926141.

lock up millions of acres of public lands and destroy thousands of jobs,” said Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah and chair of the House Natural Resources Subcommittee that oversees public lands. “Since the time it was announced, elected officials throughout the West recognized it was essential that this proposal be halted in its tracks.With the pas-

sage of this CR, we do just that,” Bishop said. The Secretarial Order would create “an arbitrary new designation for public lands,” he said.“The provision to defend Wild Lands is a victory of Utah and all public lands states,” he added. Utah has among the highest percentage of federally-held land of any state.

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Vada Hawks Hopkins 1925-2011

Grant P. Petersen 1918-2011 SOUTH OGDEN — Our beloved loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Grant Pitcher Petersen passed away on Thursday, April 14, 2011 of causes incident to age. He was born April 29, 1918 in Cornish, Utah, to Joseph and Margaret Pitcher Petersen. Grant married Beth Bambrough on Nov. 12, 1938. Grant loved his family, his church and life itself. He was a good family man and loved his wife, son, daughter, four grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. He enjoyed outdoor sports with his family. His favorite family activity was mostly camping and driving trips. He liked to hunt and fish whenever he had spare time. He graduated from Utah State University in 1941 with a degree in landscape architecture. Following graduation, he worked for a while as a railroad fireman until his enlistment into the U.S. Army during World War II. After the war, he sold life insurance for eight years during which time he earned a C.L.U.

degree and taught principles of life insurance for two sessions at Weber State College. He spent the next four years working as a landscape architect for the LDS Church. In 1960, he began working for the city of Bountiful as City Planner for six years and City Manager for 15 years. While working for Bountiful City, he was active in the American Society of Landscape Architects and the International City Managers Association. He served as secretary and vice president of the Utah Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects and as president of the Utah Section of the International City Managers Association. He also served on a steering committee to help plan the program for the International Conference of the City Managers Convention in Washington, D.C. Grant was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and served the church in many assignments including serving as a counselor in three Bishoprics and counselor in the Stake Presidency. He also served a mission with his wife in Ventura, California and in the Name Extraction program for over 15 years. He is survived by two children, Wallace (Barbara) Petersen, Bountiful; Peggy (Les M.) Wassom, Grand Junction, CO. Grant was preceded in death by his wife Beth. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Pleasant Valley 5th Ward Chapel, 5735 So. Crestwood Dr., with Bishop Lawrence Nelson officiating.

Vada Hawks Hopkins was born on Oct. 24, 1925 in Malad, Idaho. She passed away surrounded by her family on April 12, 2011. She was one of nine children born to Abraham DeRoy Hawks and Pearl Halford Hawks. Vada grew up in Portgage, Utah and graduated from Bear River High School. She married Gordon Hopkins on Dec. 23, 1947 and settled in Ogden, Utah. They were blessed with four children. Gordon and Vada moved with their family to Spokane, Washington for three years and returned to Utah in 1970, settling in Bountiful, where she live for 41 years until her death. Vada was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She held various callings at the stake and ward level over many years of service. Her

most rewarding calling was as a Temple Worker with her husband in the Bountiful Temple. Vada was an avid tennis player and won many tournaments, mostly playing with her twin sister, Veda. She loved drama and wrote, directed and acted in several productions. During their retirement years, Gordon and Vada enjoyed acting in several Utah based movies. She managed the Silver department at ZCMI for many years. Her greatest joy was holding family gatherings and cooking for her large family. She is survived by her four children, Tamara Nielsen, Sandy, Deborah King (Montie), Clearfield, Randy Hopkins (Jan), Farmington, and Greg Hopkins (Kelli), Holladay, 18 grandchildren and 26 greatgrandchildren. Also survived by two sisters, Fay Morris and Veda Edman. Vada was preceded in death by her husband, Gordon and six siblings. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. , Saturday, April 16, 2011 at the North Canyon 2nd Ward Meeting House, 3350 South 100 East, Bountiful. A viewing was held Friday evening from 6-8 p.m. at Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main, and Saturday morning 9:45-10:45 a.m. at the church prior to services. Interment will be at Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch in Ogden. Online guest book at www.russonmortuary.com.

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Eugene Milton Hamilton 1934-2011 Born July 7, 1934, in Salt Lake but grew up in Butte, Montana where he received his Eagle Scout. After graduating high school, he went to BYU where he met his wife. He was sealed in the Salt Lake Temple the morning of June 1, 1956, then graduated from BYU that afternoon. He served in the US Air Force for 20 years, retiring as a Lt. Colonel, mostly flying. While in the Air Force he received his MBA and became the father of two sons and two daughters and lived in many places. He had many opportunities to serve among others Bishop, bishop’s counselors, high councilman and home teacher. The family moved to Bountiful just before he went to Viet nam and returned there in 1976. He worked in the Health Care Industry until serving a mission in Jamaica. After returning home, he served in the Bountiful Temple. In December 2006, he flew to Guatemala City where he served in

the Guatemala City temple. Upon returning in 2008, he returned to serving in the Bountiful temple, home teaching, teaching Sunday school, and enjoying family. In 2009 he began serving at the Heritage Branch where his circle of friends enlarged, he loved the Lord, his family, serving, being out of doors and flying. He was the best nurse ever. His testimony of the Gospel was very sure and we’ll miss his strength. He is survived by his wife, Carma Rae, children. Colleen (Dean) Busby, Gerald (Roberta) Hamilton, and Karen (Dennis) Slade; 13 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, William M. Hamilton and Elodies L. Fellows, son, Douglas; sisters Barbara and Caroline. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April 16 at 11 a.m. in the 20th ward building (100 E. 1400 So., Bountiful) with a visitation one our prior. Friends called Friday at the ward from 6-8 p.m. He truly was "changed in the twinkling."

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Wayne H. Hampton and Stella L. Bitton were married April 22, 1951 in Wellington, Utah. They were later solemnized in the Manti Temple. Wayne had served in the Army during WWII then joined the Air Force in 1950. Their life together began when he came home on leave the next spring, on April 22, 1951. During their military career, Wayne and Stella lived in many places including Texas, California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana and Germany. Wayne also served in Thule, Greenland, a very cold place, just 80 miles from the North Pole. He first served in Transportation Detachments supporting the B-52’s and later cross-trained into the Missile Field where he became an instructor in the Electrical and Mechanical Systems of the Missiles. After retiring in 1968, they settled in beautiful Bountiful with their three children, Carl, Yvonne and Kevin. They now have 10 grand and step-

Joseph M. Beckstrand celebrated his 87th birthday on April 16, 2011. Happy birthday Dad, Grandpa and Great-Grandpa.We all love you so much!

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Fred M. Johnsen celebrated his 90th birthday on April 12. He grew up in Salt Lake City and attended East High School. Fred served in the Navy in WWII and was part of the invasion of Okinawa. After the war, he married and built a home in Bountiful where he still resides. At age 57 he retired after 30 years working at the Naval Supply Depot. Fred started working part-time at the Salt Palace in 1971, and 40 years later, he still enjoys greeting fans and taking tickets at Energy Solutions Arena. He likes working in his yard and selling his delicious tomatoes and peaches in the summer. He enjoys

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Wayne and Stella Hampton grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren who are all the light and loves of their lives. Wayne and Stella are avid square dancers, joining several clubs and dancing for over 25 years. They are both active in their church, serving in many positions, but their lives were highlighted by their seven wonderful years of service as ordinance workers in the Salt Lake Temple, after which they served an 18 month temple mission where they helped open the new St. Louis Temple in Missouri.

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Fred M. Johnsen playing golf and cheering on the Utah Jazz and BYU. Fred has two daughters, nine grandchildren, and 15 greatgrandchildren. Happy Birthday Dad and Grandpa! We love you!

Bennett William Steed, son of Jeff Steed and Natalie Steed; grandson of Bob and Peggy Steed and Todd and Peggy Gunnell, celebrated his first birthday March 13, 2011.

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Ernest and Caroline Deters Ernest and Caroline Deters celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a dinner with their children and grandchildren. They were married April 14, 1961 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They are parents of

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Mary Cheatham Eli Robbins completed a Master’s degree in Human Resources at BYU and is currently the administrator for North Mountain Medical and Rehab Center of the Ensign Group in Phoenix. The couple will make their home in Tempe,Ariz.

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THE VIKINGS FOUGHT the Weber High Warriors to a draw Wednesday afternoon. See full story on page B2.

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n Games on tap this week MONDAY Baseball Tooele @ Bountiful Softball Tooele @ Bountiful

TUESDAY Baseball Davis @ Fremont Viewmont @ Weber Woods Cross @ Olympus Soccer Clearfield @ Viewmont Layton @ Davis Bountiful @ Woods Cross Softball Clearfield @ Viewmont Layton @ Davis

THURSDAY Baseball Fremont @ Davis Weber @ Viewmont Bountiful @ Highland Soccer Viewmont @ Fremont Davis @ Roy Softball Viewmont @ Fremont Davis @ Roy PLEASE CHECK WITH EACH TEAM FOR TIMES AS THEY VARY.

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Viewmont’s P.J.Tanner named MVP BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — The Davis Darts and Viewmont Vikings hit the ice one final time Wednesday night. And for once, they didn’t start fighting each other. Instead, the Darts’ and Vikings’ players were teammates for the final night of high school hockey, as they beat the North All-Stars 5-4 in a shootout in Wednesday night’s fifth annual Davis Clipper High School Hockey All-Star game. “I’ve coached a lot of these kids before, so they are familiar with each other,” said South All-Stars and Vikings coach Brian Acord. “And it was a lot of fun to get all of them together one final time. “They had a lot of fun out there and it showed.” After regulation ended with both teams in a 4-4 tie, the two teams went straight to a shootout to determine a winner. Viewmont’s P.J.Tanner scored the first goal for the South, but Northridge’s Landon Aylor tied the shootout immediately after. Following a pair of misses and a goal that was overturned, Bremen Acord took the ice for his penalty shot. Acord’s shot found the back of the net and the North missed their chance at tying the shootout to give the South the win. “It was an exciting game,” said Brian Acord. “I thought we were going to get in trouble after allowing those opening goals, but it turned out to be a lot of fun. “I told these kids that this should be an exciting time for them, and not

Vikings win tight tennis match over Darts BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor

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VIEWMONT’S JORDAN COLOHAN scored a goal during Wednesday night’s Davis Clipper High School Hockey AllStar game. Colohan’s goal helped the South team win 5-4 in a shootout. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com to try and run up and down the ice P.J.Tanner was the second Southup to pick up an assist when Davis’ all the time. Stay patient and find an sider to score, cutting the deficit to Dylan Duehlmeier scored with 3:31 opening and take a shot.” two goals with 11:22 remaining in remaining in the second period to tie After the first period ended with the second. the game. the North team up 4-1 behind goals Kyle Bennett gave the South “I thought we played really well by Cody Clark, Dax Hobbs and team another goal with 8:03 remainearly,” said DCI and North All-Stars Aylor, the South dominated the foling when he was assisted by P.J.Tancoach Clay Hobbs.“Then they came lowing two periods and tied the ner and Tanner Kearney. game before regulation ended. Bennett and Tanner later teamed n See “SOUTH-SIDERS,” p. B3

KAYSVILLE — In a rivalry that has now spilled over and onto the tennis courts, the Davis Darts and Viewmont Vikings took to the hard courts Tuesday afternoon in a battle for supremacy. When all was said and done, the Vikings were the team that left the high school as the victors, beating the Darts 3-2. With four of the five matches going all the way to a third set, the winner couldn’t be determined until the very end. The match against Viewmont’s Scott Hintze and Davis’ Spencer Hafen was an exhilarating match, going to a third-set tie breaker before the winner was determined. Hintze won the first set 6-3, then had a tough time getting things together in the second set before falling 2-6. The third set was a back and forth affair

throughout, with both Hintze and Hafen trading points and games with each other. Ultimately, the set went into a tie-breaker when the match was knotted at six games a piece. Hintze put together a strong game to take the match and give Viewmont a point. In the second singles match, Davis’ Taylor Wilko had a tough time getting anything together in his match against Sam Tullis. Tullis, in complete control of the match throughout, posted a shut out victory in straight sets (6-0, 60) and gave the Vikings their second point of the afternoon. In the Darts’ third singles and first double matches against the Vikings, Davis had picked up some momentum in the match. Ultimately, the Darts took both matches in n See “VIKINGS,” p. B3

VIEWMONT’S SAM TULLIS won a grueling match over Spencer Hafen as the Vikings edged Davis in tennis Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com.


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Rupe fans 10 in win over Roy BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — Justin Rupe has been confusing opposing hitters ever since he took the mound for the first time this season. In his first two starts of the year, Rupe had fanned 19 hitters, allowed only five hits and just two runs to cross the plate in his appearances. Tuesday afternoon wasn’t any different for the senior, as Rupe fanned 10 more hitters and allowed just one hit as the Vikings won a 2-0 pitcher’s duel against Roy. Rupe immediately helped himself out offensively after getting through the top of the first inning, scoring a run to take the 1-0 lead. In the third inning, Larsen Brown had contributed to the cause when he drove in Rupe for the Vikings’ second and final run of the contest. Meanwhile, Rupe continued to dominate on the mound as he struck out at least one batter in the first

VIEWMONT’S JUSTIN RUPE threw a complete game, striking out 10 in the win. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com few innings, and the base Viewmont’s defense hit he allowed also came also played an important early in the contest. role in the one-hitter, as

they got after every ball and kept Rupe from having to work from the stretch for too long. The defense was also error-free in the contest, helping Rupe and the Vikings’ keep the shutout clean. The Vikings’ offense scattered seven hits along with their two runs, both scored by Rupe. Brown had a good day at the plate as well, going 2-for-2 with an RBI. Roy’s Jordan Schreck had a strong outing for the Royals, but still took the loss for Roy to fall to 1-2 on the year. Rupe’s win marks his third in as many starts, and he now has 29 strikeouts on the year while allowing just six total hits and two runs. He’s now 3-0 on the year and hasn’t allowed an earned run since Region 1 play started. After the Vikings’ Thursday game, they have a pair of games scheduled for Saturday against Timpanogos on the road. The first game of the double-header is scheduled to start at 1 p.m.

Braves drop tough game to Rams in OT BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — The Bountiful Braves soccer team is used to playing, and winning, close games this season. In their initial six games of the year (which they’ve accumulated a 5-0-1 record), four of them have ended with the Braves winning by no more than three goals, including a 2-2 tie with the Box Elder Bees back in midMarch. Tuesday afternoon, however, the Braves suffered their first loss of the season, dropping a 1-0 game to the Highland Rams in overtime to fall to 3-1 in Region 6 play. After going through the first 80-plus minutes without having a goal scored, the teams went into a suddendeath first overtime period. During the overtime, both teams had been playing each other the same way they had been for the first two halves: tough defense and not allowing a good shot to go off against their goal keeper. But with minutes remaining in the first overtime, Highland’s Alvin Garcia found teammate Andres Irvin on a well-placed pass, and Irvin found the back of the net for the golden goal and the win. Both the Braves and the Rams split control of the ball in the first half, with much of the play being done in the middle of the field. And while the Braves’ defense had taken control, not allowing the Rams to have any decent shots on goal, the Braves were also being denied their goal opportunities as well and the

Bountiful’s early unblemished run. The Braves are now 5-1-1 overall and thanks to the loss, fell behind both East and Woods Cross in the Region 6 standings. Although the loss was a tough one, it was only the second goal Bountiful has allowed since entering region play to go with their 14 goals scored in their first four games. After the team’s Thursday game against East, a battle that will determine first place in the region, the Braves will take on crosstown rival Woods Cross Tuesday. That game is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. and will be played at Woods Cross.

BRAVES’ TAYLOR EGBERT goes past a fallen Rams defender. The Braves lost their first game of the year Tuesday. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com

half ended in a scoreless tie. The second half wasn’t any different, as both teams had their opportunities to score only to be thwarted by a good save or a defensive steal. The second half saw the Braves getting multiple

chances at taking the lead, however, Highland goal keeper Hayes Hicken did well at the net and made a couple of strong saves that helped keep the score tied after regulation. Irvin kicked in the golden goal in overtime to end

Darts spray 15 hits in win over Falcons

DAVIS’ CHEYENNE NORTON allowed only two hits in the win over Clearfield. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com

BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor

KAYSVILLE — The Davis Lady Darts softball team seems to have found something that works for them in the past couple of games. Get lots of hits, score a lot of runs and try to keep the opposition from catching up to you. Tuesday afternoon proved the theory worked on both ends, as they pounded out 15 hits and scored 12 runs as they shut out the Lady Falcons 12-0. The Lady Darts immediately went on the offensive against the Lady Falcons early on, scoring four runs in the bottom of the first and three more in their half of the second. On the rubber, Cheyenne Norton pitched another strong game for the Lady Darts, allowing only two hits while pitching a complete game and allowing her defense to pick her up when she didn’t strike out an

opposing hitter. Davis scored another run in the bottom of the third inning to make the score 8-0 at the time. In the bottom of the fourth, Davis continued their strong offensive performance when they crossed the plate four more times to extend the lead to 12 runs. Norton shut out the Falcons in the top of the fifth inning, forcing the mercy rule to take effect and end the game in five innings. For the Darts, their 15 total hits were scattered across the entire lineup as everyone was a contributor in the blowout. Among the extra base hits by Davis include Cheyne Moffett, Dani Mackay and Payton Yearke, who combined to hit five doubles in the win. After the Lady Darts’ (45, 4-3 Region 1) Friday game against rival Viewmont, Davis will face off against Layton at home Tuesday. sgillet@davisclipper.com


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Vikings win tight tennis match over Darts Continued from p. B1

three sets to tie the overall score at 2-2. In the third singles, the Darts went all the way to a third set after splitting the first two with 6-4 and 2-6 scores. Davis caught fire in the third set after trading games back and forth with Viewmont. After the early close battle, Davis won with a 6-3 score to take the match and get their first point. The first doubles match was very similar to the first and third singles matches, as the Darts and Vikings again battled to a third set to determine the winner. After Davis had won the first set 7-5, they dropped the second set 26. In the third, both Davis and Viewmont were playing nearly even with each other until the Darts pulled away with a 6-4 win and the second point

DAVIS’ SPENCER HAFEN lost a grueling match to Sam Tullis as the Darts lost to the Vikings in tennis Tuesday afternoon. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com.

of the contest. Needing to win the final match in order to clinch the win, the Vikings had little room for error as they stepped into the court for the second doubles match. And after getting a boost of confidence from winning the first set 7-5, the Darts quickly retaliated and took the second set 6-3. With the match tied, Davis and Viewmont took an exciting third set all the way to a 6-6 tie. The Viewmont duo bared down in the tiebreaker, however, and won a hard-fought 13th game to win the match 76, giving the Vikings the win. The Vikings next tennis match will be against Syracuse Tuesday at home, while the Darts will travel to Weber High to take on the Warriors the same day. sgillet@davisclipper.com

Vikings, Warriors battle to a draw in soccer BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — It took all 100 minutes of a soccer match between the Viewmont Vikings and Weber Warriors. And when it was over, nobody won or lost. Wednesday afternoon at Viewmont High School, the teams ended the game in a 3-3 tie. The Vikings had initially had to fight back to get into the game, falling behind 2-0 thanks to a penalty-kick goal and another goal by Weber’s Parker Dickson. The penalty kick was awarded to Tyler Murdock after he was fouled inside the box. Although the call was heavily protested, the call stood. Murdock kicked in the initial goal of the game in the 18th minute for the 1-0 Weber lead. Dickson scored Weber’s second goal when he was set up on a breakaway from a teammate. He broke free from the crowd and sent his shot to the back of the net for the 2-0 lead. The score stood at the half, however, the Vikings made a hard charge in the second half to take the lead before the game was tied again by Weber. After two missed opportunities, Matt Nielson found the back of the net in the 47th minute to close the gap to one goal. Seven minutes afterward, Allen scored his second goal of the contest after he cleared away from a crowded area to mark his second goal of the game. They had one more good chance at giving themselves a two-goal lead, but Nielson’s shot was saved by the Warriors goal keeper. Weber’s game-tying goal came on a corner kick in the 69th minute. On the kick, the ball bounced around a few

Viewmont had open shots at the net in the second overtime period. Dickson’s shot for Weber was deflected into play after a corner kick in the 93rd minute, and Allen’s shot for Viewmont sailed wide of the net in the 97th minute.

VIEWMONT’S JUSTIN ALLEN scored two goals to help the Vikings to a draw with the Warriors Wednesday. Photo by Jen Barnett www.photo-jen-ics.com.

Weber and Viewmont heads before finding the feet of Kenny Gordon. Gordon fired his shot to the back of the net to tie the

game at 3-3, sending the game into overtime. After a relatively mundane first overtime revealed no victor, both Weber and

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back and scored all those goals in the second. I don’t know what happened. “The team still had a great time, though.” The North team’s goals were all scored in the first period against Darts goalie Berklee Baskin. With 6:31 remaining, Cody Clark of Northridge gave the North their first goal, with his Knight teammate David Clark scoring seven seconds later. Skylour Tatum gave the North team a 4-1 advantage when he scored with 5:06 and 2:31 remaining in the first period. Baskin made 15 saves on

19 shots against him for the South team, while Vikings’ goalie Isaac Richardson had eight saves in as many shots against him. DCI’s Braeden Flint stopped 11 shots on 14 attempts as a member of the North team and Northridge’s John-Michael Dellerman had seven stops in eight shots against him. Tanner was named MVP of the All-Star game, posting one goal and two assists for the winning South team. “He had a really good game, but it was about having fun out there,” said Acord. “Plus getting the win was a nice way to go out for the seniors on the team.”

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April 29 • Temple Square Concert Series, American Piano Duo: Del Parkinson and Jeffrey Shumway Assembly Hall, 7:30 p.m. Piano program featuring Strauss’s “Blue Danube” Viennese waltz, Gershwin’s “An American in Paris,” and works by Brahms, Liszt and Copland. Admission is limited to those 8 and older.

April 23 • Easter egg roll at the Square at 2600 at noon. • The West Bountiful annual Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by the West Bountiful Youth Council will be Saturday,April 23, 10 a.m., for toddlers to age 10, park behind City Hall. Each child is encouraged to bring a canned good or non-perishable food item to donate to the Bountiful Food Bank. • Woods Cross Easter “Egg” stravaganza, Saturday,April 23, at 10 a.m., ages 1-12. This year’s celebration will be at Woods Cross Elementary. Plan on visiting with the Easter Bunny, enjoying fun Easter games, and racing for eggs in the Easter egg hunt! Once again there will be a drawing for filled Easter baskets and other Easter goodies for a $1 donation. The donated funds will help the Youth City Council provide Christmas service projects in December. • Bountiful Youth Council Bunny Hop, 400 North Park, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Easter egg hunt is $1; attraction and game tickets are .25 each (may take more than one ticket per attraction/game). Food and bunny ears for sale (cash only).

• Temple Square Concert Series, International Children’s Choir, Assembly Hall, 7:30 p.m. Children performing traditional French, Tongan, Dutch, Cambodian, Samoan and Brazilian music. Also features dance performances. Admission is limited to those 8 and older.

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April 27 • “Those Were The Days” is the theme for the fourth annual Senior Gala Dinner-Dance from 6-9 p.m. Hosted by Davis County Health Department Senior Services, the dinner, floorshow, and dancing to live Big Band music are the festivities planned for a senior citizens “senior prom.” Tickets are $7.50. Call or pick up tickets at the Autumn Glow Senior Activity Center (801-5441235) in Kaysville, the Golden Years Senior Activity Center (801295-3479) in Bountiful, and the North Davis Senior Activity Center (801-525-5080) in Clearfield. The deadline for ticket reservations is April 20.The dinner-dance is in the Davis High School Commons and cafeteria at 325 South Main in Kaysville. Davis High School’s Jazz Band along with several talented student singers and dancers transform themselves into the Moonlight Orchestra, Moonlight Singers, and Moonlight Dancers providing a floorshow and dance music from the Big Band era.The event is “Best Dress.” According to Sally Kershisnik, this event is made possible by volunteers and donations from local community partners including: Davis High School, Davis High School Jazz Band and

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NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale, at the Justice Complex, Court's Building, 800 West State Street, Farmington, Utah 84025, on May 11, 2011, at 3:00 p.m. of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated February 23, 2009, and executed by ALMA BRENT RIGBY AND MARIA D. RIGBY, as Trustors, in favor of AMERICA FIRST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION as Beneficiary, which Trust Deed was recorded on February 27, 2009, as Entry No. 2427746, in Book 4722, at Page 229, in the Official Records of Davis County, State of Utah covering real property purportedly located at 1452 West 1900 South, Woods Cross, Utah 84087 in Davis County, Utah, and more particularly described as: LOT 139, CLOVER DELL PARK NO. 1 SUBDIVISION, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE DAVIS COUNTY RECORDER, STATE OF UTAH. Tax ID: 06-158-0139 The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is AMERICA FIRST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, and the record owners of the property as of the recording of the Notice of Default are ALMA BRENT RIGBY AND MARIA D. RIGBY.

• NSL Live presents the first annual Eaglewood 5K, 9 a.m. at Eaglewood Golf Course, $15 registration fee. For more information and to register visit www.active.com/running/northsalt-lake-ut/eaglewood-5k-2011. If you’d like to volunteer contact Peter Green at foxboropete@gmail.com. • Art show featuring Sandra Rast, 5-8 p.m. Repartee Gallery, Bountiful Commons, 255 N. 500 West, Bountiful, (in-between Mikado and Five Guys). www.reparteegallery.com

Through April 28 • “Homage,” an exhibit featuring 30 Utah artists and the individuals that inspire them, will be open through April 28 at The Rio Gallery, 300 S. Rio Grande Street (455 West), Salt Lake City. M-Th 7 a.m.- 6 p.m.

Through June 1 • Exploring stories and histories of Utah and America through bread dough, needlepoint and watercolor. Salt Lake Art Center presents a solo exhibition of the work of Robert Fontenot, The Place This Is, 20. S. West Temple, just off the intersection with South Temple. Admission is free.

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Bidders must tender to the trustee a $5,000.00 deposit at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 2:00 p.m. the day following the sale. Both the deposit and the balance must be paid to Lincoln Title Insurance Agency in the form of a wire transfer, cashier's check or certified funds. Cash payments, personal checks or trust checks are not accepted. DATED: April 6, 2011.

LINCOLN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY by: Paula Maughan its: Vice President Telephone: (801) 476-0303 web site: www.smithknowles.com SK File No. 10-0689 C-103 4/10-24 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE The following described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder, payable in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale, at the Justice Complex, Court's Building, 800 West State Street, Farmington, Utah 84025, on May 11, 2011, at 3:00 p.m. of said day, for the purpose of foreclosing a trust deed dated July 13, 2006, and executed by LINDSAY CAPRI FULLMER, as Trustor, in favor of ARGENT MORTGAGE COMPANY, LLC as Beneficiary, which Trust Deed was recorded on July 21, 2006, as Entry No. 2186560, in Book 4081, at Page

Easter fun is coming to Davis County cities April 23. See “Events” for more information. www.slartcenter.org Tue-Th & Sat, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.-9 p.m.

June 3 • Show Layton Your Talentdeadline extended Layton City Parks and Recreation Department in partnership with the Davis Arts Council are excited to announce the 3rd Annual Show Layton Your Talent Competition. Applications to audition are now being accepted. Application and contest rules and regulations are available online at www.laytoncity.org or www.thedavisarts.org. Applications are due by Friday, June 3, at 5 pm. Auditions will be held on Saturday, June 11 at Layton High School. The 12 finalists chosen at auditions will then perform on Saturday, June 25 at the opening concert of the Davis Arts Council's Summer Nights with the Stars season. 1st place winner receives $1000, 2nd place winner receives $500, 3rd place winner receives $250 and new category

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1385, in the Official Records of Davis County, State of Utah covering real property purportedly located at 1458 North 2225 West, Layton, Utah 84041 in Davis County, Utah, and more particularly described as: LOT 1402, CHELSIE PARK SUBDIVISION, NO. 14, ACCORDING TO THE OFFICIAL PLAT THEREOF ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE DAVIS COUNTY RECORDER. Tax ID: 12-456-1402 The current Beneficiary of the trust deed is MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC., and the record owner of the property as of the recording of the Notice of Default is LINDSAY CAPRI FULLMER. Bidders must tender to the trustee a $5,000.00 deposit at the sale and the balance of the purchase price by 2:00 p.m. the day following the sale. Both the deposit and the balance must be paid to Lincoln Title Insurance Agency in the form of a wire transfer, cashier's check or certified funds. Cash payments, personal checks or trust checks are not accepted. DATED: April 6, 2011.

LINCOLN TITLE INSURANCE AGENCY by: Paula Maughan its: Vice President Telephone: (801) 476-0303 web site: www.smithknowles.com SK File No. 07-1233 C-104 4/10-24

this year: audience favorite winner receives $1000. For more information visit www.laytoncity.org or www.thedavisarts.org.

Concert April 16

• The Davis Master Chorale and Davis County Symphony will present John Rutter’s “Feel the Spirit,” 7 p.m., Davis High School, 325 S. Main, Kaysville. A vibrant arrangement of spirituals with a bit of gospel, a bit of Dixieland and a whole lot of fun! Tickets are $5/individual $20 family. If you feel in your heart to also donate a new or gently used bath towel, Safe Harbor has a need. Proceeds from the concert to benefit Safe Harbor. For info visit www.davismasterchorale.org or

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www.daviscountysymphony.org • The Choral Arts Society of Utah presents Spirit of America at the Grand Theatre, 1575 S. State Street Campus, Salt Lake Community College, 7:30 p.m. Guest conductor is George Welch. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box Office (not available online), $10. For more information about the performance visit www.casu.org • National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Winners Concert, 7:30 p.m., Assembly Hall on Temple Square. Admission is limited to those 8 and older.

April 22-23 • Temple Square Chorale and Orchestra at Temple Square Easter Concerts, 7:30 p.m., Tabernacle on Temple Square. Program featuring Faune’s Requiem, along with music for “Meditations on Easter Week.” Tickets required. For free tickets visit lds.org/events or call

• CenterPoint Legacy Theatre will present “Annie” April 11 through May 12 at the Davis Performing Arts Center in Centerville. Little Orphan Annie desperately hopes her parents will return to claim her from the clutches of the nefarious Miss Hannigan. Annie takes matters into her own hands leading her on a journey filled with fame, fortune, and family in ways she never could have imagined. For tickets and more information, please call 801-298-1302.

April 29-May 14 •Pioneer Theatre Company presents Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical “Sunset Boulevard” at the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre, 300 S. 1400 E., SLC. $34$54. 801-481-6961

CLASSES April 23

• An Infertility Awareness Event will be held at the University of Utah Campus.An infertility support group will start in Bountiful on April 26. For more information contact Katie 801201-6626.

Fourth Thursday • The Utah Safety Council is now offering free car seat classes for the community. Pre-registration is required. Contact the Utah Safety Council at 801-478-7878 to register or to find the nearest fitting station near you.

LEGAL NOTICES

NOTICE TO CREDITORS ESTATE OF WILLIAM HORNIAK, Deceased Probate No.103700315 All persons having claims against the above estate are required to present them to the undersigned or to the Clerk of the Court on or before the 17th day of July, 2011, or said claims shall be forever barred.

MARK J. PAPA Personal Representative STEPHEN I. ODA Attorney for the Estate 44 North Main Layton, Utah 84041 (801) 546-1264 C-107 4/17-5/1 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Please be advised that the North Salt Lake City Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 3, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. or as soon thereafter as possible, in the Council Chambers, North Salt Lake City Hall, 10 E. Center Street. The purpose of this hearing is to receive public comment on proposed amendments to the City’s Land Use Development and Management Act. All interested people are invited to attend and make comment. For further information regarding this proposal, please contact the North Salt Lake Community Development Department at (801) 335-8729. C-108 4/17

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DRIVERS NEEDED! Get your CDL, Training & Employment Today! Our Drivers Avg’d over $110,000 in 2010 on our Career Path. Central Refrigerated: 1800-525-9277 CARRIAGE FOR HIRE Horse drawn carriage drivers needed. 21 or older w/valid Ut drivers license. Call Rob Mon & Thurs from9-5 or Fri 1-5. 3638687 RETAIL CLERK Yarn Shop Retail, Clerical, P/T, Need Computer skills. Instruct Knit & Crochet. Must be able to climb stairs, some heavy lifting. $7.50/hr.801-298-8212 Hemstitched Heirlooms, 585 West 2600 South, Bountiful. Email res. info@hemstitchedheirlooms.c- om CALL CENTER Position The Leavitt Agency in Bountiful has a part time position calling local businesses. M-F 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.Call 801-292-8819 to apply. ELDER CARE Giver Bntfl NSL In-Home Elder Care / Companion for elderly parents 46 hrs/per day, 5 days/week. Responsibilities: Prepare 2 meals/day, medication reminders, schedule and drive to doctor appointments, assist with bathing, grocery shopping, light housekeeping, errands and general companionship - walks, onsite gym/pool Experience in Elder Care preferred. References required. 1 week vacation after 6 months Contact: pcallahan@sbcglobal.net 773.551.0150 after 6PM. CALL CENTER Representative Horizon CU is looking for a part-time call center rep to work M-F, 1-5:30 p.m. Visit our website www.myhorizoncu.com to apply. OPINIONOLOGY NOW hiring telephone interviewers! Make up to $10.40/hr No Sales!!! Please call 801-779-1532 or apply online at www.opinionology.com/application *You must be 18 years or older to apply. EXPERIENCED DOG bather 6 days a week. Only serious people need to call Megan at the Dogroom in Centerville. 801294-7109 GOOD P/T Positions Immediate Openings in Davis County For Routes Delivering Deseret News and Tribune Papers. Positions Fill Quickly. Earn Up to $800 Monthly Call 801-204-6114.

CNA CLASSES Become a Certified Nurse Assistant! Two courses now being offered! Choose either a six week night/weekend class, or a two week day class! Call Janice for start dates at (801)589-2597 or visit www.cnacareers.com 30025

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115 YARD WORK LAWN CARE Weekly or one time yard care and clean up free bids 801-317-6177 ***WEEKLY LAWN CARE*** Mowing, trimming, edging, fertilizing, sprinklers, yard work. Davis County. 23yrs in business. 801-499-2359

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HANDY ANDY’S LANDSCAPE & HAULING LOCAL PROMPT SERVICE Go w/this familiar & dependable name in Davis County. Over 30 years experience & commitment to customer satisfaction. Where quality is not just a word, it’s our only way of doing business.

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REAL PROPERTY APPRAISER I Davis County Assessor, $16.39/hour. Performs technical assessment of real property within Davis County. Official application required and available; visit our website at www.daviscountyutah.gov for details or call 801- 451-3415. Closes April 22, 2011. Equal Opportunity Employer

SURGICAL TECHNICIAN ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR PART-TIME Seeking talented candidates for part time surgical technician adjunct instructor. View complete position announcement and submit application, resume, and cover letter to DATC HR by 04/24. Online at www.datc.edu/hr or at 550 E. 300 S. Kaysville UT 84037. to DATC HR by 3/8/11. Online at www.datc.edu/hr or at 550 E. 300 S. Kaysville UT 84037.


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RON’S HOME IMPROVEMENT exclusively serving Davis County. General Home Repair & Renovation. “We do it all, No job to small” Lic/Ins, 28yrs exp. 801718-9888

YARD WORK, TREE SERVICE HAULING, we haul off anything- Trash,Limbs,Construction debris,etc. Fast Service! Free estimates. 801-330-2358

SHELLE’S HOUSECLEANING. Honest, reliable, and experienced. References available. 801-746-9115

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PAINTING,CEILINGS, SHEETROCK. Spray, texture, removal, troweled textures, custom painting, water damage & home repairs. 30-years experience. Call Bart 801-664-8986

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HANDYMAN SERVICES Complete home maintenance and repair services. Drywall, concrete, roofing, remodels, sprinklers, flooring, plumbing, and electrical. Competitive pricing and insured. Please contact Ken with Baughman Home Inspection & Repair, 801-4980400.

YARD SERVICE: TREES, SHRUBS, SPRING CLEAN UP. trimming/removal, flower beds, hauling, aerations/power raking, mowing. Affordable rates - references. Senior Discount. Dan 801-518-7365

120 SERVICES CONCRETE REPLACEMENT Concrete removal and replacement, walks, driveways, patios walls, etc. Call Steve 801300-2019 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Licensed/Insured. 27 yrs experience in new construction, electrical, heating, roofing, remodels, home repairs, kitchens, bathrooms, concrete, roofing. Quality workmanship. Fair prices. FREE estimates.

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520 INSTRUCTION/TUTORING TEACHER WANTED to teach children to think for themselves, value hard work, and to love learning? Challenger School is seeking exceptional individuals to teach preschool, kindergarten, and elementary classes at our Farmington campus. To apply, please submit cover letter,resume, and brief essay on your view of America to: HR@challengerschool.com.

SMALL COTTAGE 2bd, 1bth, close to park, W/D hook ups. $690/mo, $300 deposit. Avail May 1st. Call 801-205-0840 or 801-295-5772

550 CONDO FOR RENT BOUNTIFUL, 15 E 400 N. Cozy 2bd, 1bth, fireplace. $750/mo includes water, gas, cable. All appliances included. No pets/smokers. Bonded Realty 801-359-7979

560 ROOMS FOR RENT CENTERVILLE/FARMINGTON MALE $250 + $50.00 UTL, W/D, Nice Home w/room. No smoke/Drink/Pets 801-7218229 Farmington 1 room $325/mo & Bountiful 1 room $325/mo. Each includes utilities, W/D avail. Own entry. 801-759-3599 No text messages.

BOOKS WANTED! I pay cash for old LDS & other books. Also old photos & historical memorabilia Call 800823-9124.

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$ WE BUY GOLD $ Highest prices paid. Rings, watches, jewelery. Gold n Jewel 74 W 500 S, Bountiful. Next to Cash n Dash 801-292-5111

NSL REMODELED 2bedroom, $709-$739/mo. W/D hook-ups, covered parking, fitness center, spa, and more. Pets welcome. Call 866-791-3946.

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BOUNTIFUL EAST Bench 4bd, 1 3/4 bath, $1195/mo. New paint upstairs, new fridge, new d/w. Available NOW. 309-944-4333 www.bountifulhouse.com

AVAILABLE MAY 1st, 2011. Centerville 671 W 550 S.3bd, 2.5 bth, central air, covered garage. $1400/mo, $1400 deposit. No smokers. 801-698-9243 call after 6pm.

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Bountiful $600/mo. own utili801-706-

NORTH BNTFL 4-Plex Upper Unit. 2Bd, 1Bth, Hook-ups, A/C, Lrg yard, nice area, recent remodel. $650. NoSmoke/Pets 801-688-2021 CLEAN 2BD, 1bth, New paint, shared laundry room, covered parking, No smokers/pets $599/mo. 801-298-5309, 801330-0303

575 DUPLEXES FOR RENT NICE 4 bedroom 2 bath townhouse in Bountiful Spacious 4 bedroom/2 bathroom townhome. Covered parking, office. Spacious living areas. Great Bountiful location! Ledprop.com, 801-293-1830.

310 SOUTH MAIN STREET BOUNTIFUL, UTAH 84010

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CENTERVILLE HISTORIC home. 3Bd, 2Bth, Fireplace, Great room, lrg yard, $1400/mo utilities incl. 45 E. 100 N. Call Becky 801-856-8566 BOUNTIFUL 3BD, 1bth, one level living. $900/mn, no smokers/pet. Call Alan 801-647-0254

590 STORAGE FOR RENT STAR VALLEY Wyo. RV park corner lot close to golf, swimming pool, play ground. All summer or monthly. 801-294-2609 or 509-586-7654

620 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 12:00-2:00 pm MUST SALE Reduced: Bountiful Brick rambler 3bd, 2bth, garage, new paint, lighting, secondary water, near school. $185,900 667 W. 3600 S. Kerry Sanford Agent 801-201-0665

750 OFFICE SPACERENT OFFICE SPACE Approx. 1300 square feet. Nice Bountiful Location. Easy freeway access. For More Information contact Blair at 801-381-4093. OFFICE SPACE for rent on Main Street in Bountiful $250 a month includes utilities. Month to month. Call Brad 801-792-8894

820 HOME FOR SALE

820 HOME FOR SALE SINGLE LEVEL home in CENTERVILLE $230,000 buys you a beautiful 2100+ sq ft 3 bed 2 bath home with a fully enclosed and landscaped yard. Completely remodeled with many upgrades. Call Steve 1 801 660 9886 EAST LAYTON. Gorgeous home on cul-de-sac, 4bd, 3bth. HUGE flat .38 acre lot. ALL new inside (cherry cabinets, steam shower, etc, etc). 249K OBO 801-554-3791 PRICE REDUCED!!! Kaysville Luxurious 5 bedroom home in quiet, friendly neighborhood in Kaysville. 4,500 sq ft home with beautiful landscaping. 3 car garage, 3.5 baths, gas fireplace, with plantation shutters throughout. Gorgeous kitchen with granite counters and hardwood floors with large island bar with suspended seating. Price reduced to $495,000! 616 Warm Springs Dr. Call Aaron Cunningham with ReMax Metro for a personal showing. 801-660-8202

890 ANNOUNCEMENTS AUCTION AT 1115 N. Main, BOUNTIFUL, UT 84010 An AUCTION on a storage unit will be held on April 27th, 2011 Behind Stone Creek Village apts. Located at 1115 N. Main, Bountiful, UT 84010. Time of Auction: 10 AM Items to be auctioned: Numerous storage totes, new carpet roll. house hold items. etc. Unit #6 Paul and Gina Jeppson; 2173 S. Ridgewood, Bountifull, UT 84010

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LEGAL NOTICES

ANNOUNCEMENT OF APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Myrna J. Jensen, Deceased Probate No. 113700084 Donald A. Jensen, whose address is 2052 Claremont Drive, Bountiful, Utah 84010, has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-entitled estate. Creditors of the estate are hereby notified to: (1) deliver or mail their written claims to the Personal Representative at the address above; (2) deliver or mail their written claims to the Personal Representative’s attorney of record, Paul J. Barton, at the following address: 345 East 400 South #201, Salt lake City, Utah 84111; or (3) file their written claims with the Clerk of the District Court in Davis County, or otherwise present their claims as required by Utah law within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred. Date of first publication: April 10, 2011

PAUL J. BARTON SEVERAL$140-175K homes for sale in Layton, Clinton, Washington Terrace and Roy. Great Deals and Locations. 801548-8435

Attorney for the Personal Representative 345 East Fourth South, Suite 201 Salt Lake City, Utah 84111 Telephone No. (801) 322-2300 C-96 4/10-24


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60 Minutes (N) ’ The Amazing Race “Beyond the Blackboard” (2011) News Talkin’ Sports Criminal Funny Videos Extreme Makeover Desp.-Wives Brothers & Sisters News Sport Paid Homes Dateline NBC (N) America’s The Celebrity Apprentice “Bitter Suites” News Sports Beat Hooked Globe Trekker ’ Nature (DVS) Masterpiece Land Girls ’ Lark Rise MI-5 Travel Europe Toolbox Music Miller’s Tale Song of the Compass Closer Over Algebra (6:03) Bonanza ’ Antiques Rdsho Poirot ’ (8:50) Poirot Monarchy: Fam The Story of India Simpson Simpson ››› “The Simpsons Movie” (2007) News Sports Simpson Fam Guy Amer. ›› “Interstate 60” (2002, Comedy) Hosana Easter Special Smith Center McCarv Scrubs Insider › “A Guy Thing” ››‡ “The Whole Nine Yards” (2000) ››› “Top Gun” (1986) Tom Cruise. “Superman II” ’ Película Cine Super Accion Secretos Secretos Pagado Pagado Bones ’ ››‡ “The Cutting Edge” (1992) Jim ’70s Mother ››› “Eight Below” (2006)

Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Breakout Kings (N) › “88 Minutes” (2007) Al Pacino. The Killing (N) ’ (9:02) The Killing Breaking Bad The Killing Life “Fish” Life “Mammals” ’ Life ’ Human Planet (N) Human Planet (N) MegaQuake “Meet Robinsns” ›››‡ “Ratatouille” (2007) ‘G’ ›››› “WALL-E” (2008) ‘G’ Phineas Phineas Phineas MLB Baseball Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals. (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (4:00) ›››› “The Sound of Music” ›››› “Titanic” (1997, Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane. ›‡ “What Happens in Vegas” (2008) ››‡ “Step Brothers” (2008) ››› “Role Models” (2008) Paul Rudd True Blood Game of Thrones Treme ’ Game of Thrones Treme ’ “Lottery Ticket” ’ “Nights-Rodnth” “William & Kate” (2011) Ben Cross. “Patterson’s Sundays at Tiffany’s” Mother Mother My Wife My Wife Chris Chris Lopez Lopez My Wife My Wife My Wife My Wife My Wife My Wife Scorpion (6:35) ››‡ “Dumb & Dumber” (1994) ›› “Canadian Bacon” ’ (10:10) ››› “Parenthood” (1989) ’ Action Sports World Poker Tour: World Poker Tour: Rockies Rockies Baseball Final Scr World Poker Tour: The Borgias (iTV) Nurse Tara The Borgias The Borgias (iTV) Nurse Tara Gigolos Call Girl (4:30) “Swordfish” ››‡ “Shoot ’Em Up” (2007, Action) ››‡ “Shoot ’Em Up” (2007) ’ “Barbershop” ’ “Law Abiding” (6:50) “The Other Guys” ’ (8:38) ›› “Eat Pray Love” (2010) Julia Roberts. Camelot ’ NBA Basketball NBA Basketball First Round: Teams TBA. Inside the NBA “Jurassic Park” NCIS “Sandblast” NCIS ’ NCIS ’ NCIS “Family” ’ NCIS ’ NCIS ’ ››› “Shrek 2” (2004) Eddie Murphy (7:55) ››› “Shrek 2” (2004, Comedy) (9:50) ››› “The School of Rock”


Davis Clipper April 17, 2011