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A sign of celebration Hearing set for evidence in case See p. A2

Residential on hold until August See p. A3

Open house for health building See p. A4

Liljenquist considers running for Hatch’s seat

Happy Easter

Though Easter is officially today, April 24, several Davis County cities already celebrated the holiday on Saturday with egg hunts and a variety of other activities. Today churches across the county will hold their own celebrations, and families observe the holiday with everything from colorful eggs to Easter lilies (right). For many, Easter marks the end of Lent, a 40day period of fasting, prayer, and penance, and this year the holiday also falls within the window of Passover (which started April 18 and continues until the 26.) Photo by

BY BECKY GINOS Clipper Staff Writer

No WX, NSL police consolidation for now Louise R. Shaw

Gov. Herbert’s surprise visit See p. A8

BY MELINDA WILLIAMS Clipper Staff Writer

A closer look at BDAC winners See p. A9

Customer key at business expo See p. A11


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WOODS CROSS — There will be no consolidation of the Woods Cross and North Salt Lake police departments. In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Woods Cross City Council voted to terminate discussion of the consolidation, citing a number of issues. The city will now begin looking for a new police

chief to replace retiring Chief Paul Howard. The two cities have been considering merging the departments for several months, spurred on by Howard’s imminent retirement. Police officers in both departments were, for the most part, in favor of the merger. After the vote, city council member Rick Earnshaw told the officers that council members heard their input and are committed to work-

ing on the issues they brought up. However, after receiving overwhelmingly negative comments on the proposal from residents,Woods Cross officials decided to drop further discussion. Results from a poll taken at a recent open house on the matter showed 70 percent of Woods Cross residents were opposed to the plan. Only 30 percent said they felt it was a good idea. The most notable reasons

cited for the opposition is concern that the Woods Cross Police Department would lose its identity and its “hometown feel,” said Mayor Kent Parry. Following the meeting, one woman said she felt like Woods Cross would be like a step-child or orphan under the proposed structure, with North Salt Lake Chief Craig Black named as chief of the consolidated department. She feared North Salt Lake

BOUNTIFUL — Sen. Dan Liljenquist, R-Bountiful, is entertaining the idea of changing his title from State Senator, to U.S. Senator with a run for Sen. Orrin Hatch’s seat next year. “I’m considering it, but I haven’t made up my mind yet,” said Liljenquist. “I enjoy serving in the State Legislature, but we’ve got serious issues (nationally) that I hope all leadership will take up.” Liljenquist has been somewhat of a “superman” lately. He was recently featured in a series about political “rising stars” in an online story by The Washington Post.The GOP leaders “picked the first-term legislator to reform the state pension system last year,” the story reads. “The plan he came up with — along with the methodical way he crafted it — won accolades even from his political opponents. A year later he took on Medicaid reform with similar results.” Liljenquist said he’s interested in entitlement and fiscal issues nationally. “I appreciate Orrin Hatch,” he said. “He’s given four decades of wonderful service. I wouldn’t be running against Hatch per se. I’m just looking for leadership. I would be running to change the direction of the country.” Although Liljenquist took some heat over his tough stance on the pension system last year, then Medicaid reform this year, he

Engines rev for Rotary benefit car show kickoff BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer

BOUNTIFUL — When a community combines their time and energy, they can help make the world a better place. Dozens of sponsors, local principals, Rotary members and media representatives came together for the Bountiful Rotary’s Annual Coats for Kids Car Show Kickoff, held this past Thursday. The show itself, which is scheduled for June 17-18, includes everything from music and food to car

parades and burnout contests in the name of raising money to provide local kids with needed winter clothes. “It’s a joy to be involved,” said KSL News Radio’s Doug Wright, who entered his own car in the show last year.“There’s so much time, effort and money that goes into this, and it all goes to the right places.” The event itself is free, offering activities ranging from a tire roll and pie-eating contest to a prize drawing and a miniature flame truck.This year, the Bounti-

n See “NO WX” p. A8


ful Community Service Council will also be getting in on the fun by holding a concert by the Dizzy Desoto Band on June 18 after the car show awards ceremony. With so many free activities, the money for the coats comes from the fees for registering cars, concession sales, and similar items. Since the sponsor donations pay for the bulk of the event costs and an enormous amount of help is simply donated, the money n See “ENGINES” p. A8

A ROTARY MEMBER shows off the group’s miniature flame truck at the kickoff. Photo by Jenniffer Wardell


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Business owner charged with fraud

STEPHANIE SLOOP during Thursday’s court appearance. An evidence hearing has been set for June 3. Pool photo

Hearing set on evidence in Stacy case

FARMINGTON — Defense attorneys and prosecutors in the Ethan Stacy murder trial will present arguments June 3 on what is privileged communication between a therapist and patient. Both sides were in court Thursday, where they agreed there were some privileged communication between Nathan and Stephanie Sloop and their therapist Rob Pramann. But what communications between Pramann and the Sloops should be allowed into evidence is still to be decided. Second District Judge Glen C. Dawson will hear their arguments. Nathan Sloop, 32, and his wife Stephanie Sloop, 28, are each charged with aggravat-

ed murder in the death of Stephanie’s son, 4-year-old Ethan Stacy in May 2010. Prosecutors say that some conversations between the Sloops and Pramann were not for diagnosis and treatment of the pair and should be allowed as evidence. These include conversations Nathan had with Pramann about the boy’s behavior and physical condition. But defense attorneys for both disagree. Mary Corporon, Stephanie Sloop’s attorney said that communications between her client and Pramann is confidential and does not fall under Utah’s child abuse laws. Nathan’s attorney, Richard Mauro agrees saying “There is a difference between what is privileged and what is protected, what is a medical record.” A second issue of evidence, where prosecutors will be allowed to use documents taken from Nathan Sloop’s cell, will be argued in late July.

FARMINGTON — A Clearfield business owner has been charged with nine counts of fraud for allegedly using the insurance policy numbers of customers for authorization to repair car windshields. Cody DeWayne Jacobsen, 39, who owns Redd’s Shell Quick Lube, 490 E. 1700 South, in Clearfield, was charged by the Utah Attorney General’s Office earlier this month in 2nd District Court with eight counts of third-degree felony identity fraud and one count of fraudulent insurance, a class A misdemeanor. According to court documents, investigators with the Fraud Division of the Utah Department of Insurance received information that Jacobsen got the insurance information from his customer’s insurance card, and called the insurance company claiming to be the policy owner. He would then ask for authorization to fix a crack or chip in the windshield. Investigators say that Jacobsen contacted Farmers Insurance at least eight times between Aug. 1, 2008 and Jan. 23, 2009. He allegedly told investigators he did it to “facilitate” customer service. However, Farmers found that many of the customers had been unaware that a glass replacement claim had been made on their policy. If convicted, Jacobsen could be sentenced to zero to five years in the Utah State Prison on each of the felonies. He will be back in court on May 2.

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FARMINGTON — Two people arrested in Centerville for passing counterfeit money have pleaded not guilty. Christina Young Duran, 27, and Rudy Luevano, 22 are each charged with third degree felonies of possession

of a forgery writing device and possession of a controlled substance, as well as a class B misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. Six additional counts of possession of a forgery writing device were filed later against Duran. She also pleaded not guilty to those charges. The pair, from Bakersfield, Calif., was arrested April 14 after police were called with reports of suspicious people at the Target

store. They found the pair in a vehicle in the parking lot. Inside the car police say they found items used to make counterfeit U.S. currency. Police say they seized nine $100 bills and other bills, as well as marijuana, pipes and methamphetamine. Duran will be back in court on May 24. Luevano’s next court hearing will be May 3.

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Davis Republican chair decides not to run again BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor

No vertical growth yet at NSL development

THOUGH CREWS are currently working on road improvements to Highway 89 and Eaglewood Village’s entrance road, residential construction isn’t expected until this coming August. Photo by Jenniffer Wardell


NORTH SALT LAKE — Despite initial plans, it looks as though North Salt Lake’s long-delayed Eaglewood Village won’t be doing much growing this spring. Though construction crews are currently doing road work at the former gravel pit, connecting the development’s entry road into Highway 89 among other things, vertical construction on Eaglewood’s residential areas will likely not start until late this summer. Last winter, there was some hope that home construction would be able to start this spring. “They’ve (Compass Development) said that they expect to break ground on their first residential development in August of this year,” said North Salt Lake Community Development Director Ken Leetham. As far as the city is concerned, there’s not much that needs to be done before then. “They still need to apply for a building permit, but

A timeline of waiting:

n May 2006 Compass Development presents conceptual plans to the city. n June 2007 - City approves development agreement n December 2007 Development has official groundbreaking n May 2008 - Crews work on groundwork for development n Oct 2008 Recession hits development. n 2009 - now: Periods of work on things such as roads and curbs alternate with months of complete quiet. everything else is finished.,” said Leetham.“They’re ready to go.” In addition to connecting the development’s entry road, crews are also

doing curb and gutter work on Highway 89 itself.Those improvements are part of a deal Compass Development made with North Salt Lake officials last December, along with an agreement to start work on widening Highway 89, adding an extra turn lane, and creating a new roundabout. All of these improvements were part of early agreements Compass made with the city back in 2007, and the current agreement merely adjusted the time of the work. In exchange, the city agreed to let the developer start on residential development without having already completed 50,000 square feet of commercial construction as they had originally promised. “It was a tough decision,” said North Salt Lake Mayor Len Arave of the council’s decision to approve the new agreement.“But with the economy the way it is, the fact of the matter is that it’s tough to get commercial started.” It’s been tough to get Eaglewood Village started as well.Though ground was

broken on the development in late 2007, the housing slump, the recession, complaints, and a host of other factors have kept the development mostly quiet over the last few years. Work on drainage, roads, curbs, landscaping and gutters has been interspersed with periods of complete inactivity. “I think it’s important for the project to get some development started,” said Leetham. When it does, the first things to spring up will likely be multi-family units. The developer got started with the design development phase of their multifamily residences last winter, which goes into detail on architectural and structural systems as well as costs. “It’s harder for young people to purchase homes,” said Leetham, explaining that there aren’t as many financing options available. “Apartments are another option, and because of that they’re a really good market right now for developers.”

LAYTON — “It’s time for me to take care of Shirley.” That’s what outgoing Davis County Republican Chair Shirley Bouwhuis has decided, as she deals with some health issues – and a very packed time in office. “I’ve had more to deal with as chair in the first year than any other chair” has had to do, she said, admitting to being tired and worn out when contacted by the Clipper. “I’m going to be OK,” Bouwhuis said, adding,“I didn’t want to have to worry about running a campaign. I appreciate all the thoughts and prayers that have gone out for me.” A new chair and other county officers were to be selected Friday night during the county organizing convention after the Clipper went to press. In addition, Senate and House legislative chairs and vice-chairs were also due to be chosen, also as the Clipper went to press.The nominating convention will be held next year. It was the changes among those who had already been elected, however, that caused Bouwhuis the most trouble. “We had three replacements” during her term, she said. Those included a replacement for then Sen. Greg Bell, who was tapped as Gov. Gary Herbert’s lieutenant governor when he assumed the governor’s position. Two other changes were needed when former Rep. Kevin Garn resigned, along with former Sen. Sheldon Killpack, both in the 2010 session. That called for scrambling on Bouwhuis’s part, among others, to go through organizing procedures for candidate campaigning and selection. “I’ve always kept a positive attitude,” Bouwhuis said.“I think the world of Kevin Garn and Sheldon

DAVIS COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY CHAIR Shirley Bouwhuis has decided not to seek re-election. Courtesy photo

Killpack, but some choices made in life come back to haunt you. “We came through it, got some great people to represent Davis County. I think the party is strong and we’re in good shape,” she said. “I love the Republican Party and will continue to be involved at some level in some way,” the Layton resident said.“I just need to take care of me, make sure I’m 100 percent.” But she is looking forward to the 2012 election, and has every intention of being involved. “With the biggest election America is going to be facing, I think it’s a turning point in our history. I believe we can’t go down the track we’re going down with big government and big spending,” she said. “I think we’re poised to make a big decision in 2012, and I definitely want to be a part of that,” Bouwhuis said. “I would love to run for a national delegate position to go back (to Tampa Bay, Fla.) as part of the Utah contingent. I’ve never done that before.” Bouwhuis has strong support from her husband, Mike, who sits on the Layton City Council. “We both feel strongly about service to our community and the things we’re involved in,” she added.

Development on motel site gets council approvals BY LOUISE R. SHAW Clipper Staff Writer KAYSVILLE — Plans for 37 town homes at the north end of Kaysville’s downtown area received two necessary approvals from the Kaysville City Council Tuesday. After an endorsement by the Planning Commission the week before, the council unanimously approved rezoning and a Planned Residential Unit Development (PRUD) overlay zone for a new development at 410 North Main, the area now occupied by Far West Motel.

Council members asked representatives from Destination Homes, developers of the project, about fencing and access to emergency vehicles before approving the changes. David Bailey, a partner at Destination Homes, said there is adequate parking to keep roads free for ambulances and fire trucks. He said fences are not planned at this time, but more emphasis will be placed on landscaping. “We want to make sure it looks fantastic,” said Bailey, to those who drive by as well as those who live in the one, two, and three-bedroom homes.

Some residents of the current property, Far West Motel, had earlier expressed concern about losing their homes. “They were concerned, and justifiably, about what was going to happen,” said Brad Wilson, CEO of Destination Homes. At the planning commission meeting, residents told their stories, but were “super kind,” said Wilson, as they also expressed support of the new project, which will be known as Kays Landing. Wilson said he will work with the residents to help them transition to new homes.

“There are very nice people who live there and we want to do what’s right to the best of our ability,” he said. There was no opposition to the development expressed at Tuesday’s council meeting. The council’s approvals are subject to the final agreements between the city and project’s developers, which will be worked out over the next two to four weeks, according to Wilson. Once the city has approved finalized plans, the developers will close their purchase of the property.

A RENDERING showing some of the individual townhomes planned for the development.

Davis County health building, senior center shown off to public A4 News Clipper April 24, 2011

BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor

CLEARFIELD — The new Davis County Health Department and North Davis Senior Activity Center were shown off Tuesday during an open house. For both facilities, it is the first time that they have their own, dedicated spaces, Health Director Lewis Garrett said. “The Davis County Health Department is the oldest local health department in the state, now 77 years old,” he said. “We have been housed in a variety of places, most recently in the old Sheriff’s Department (in downtown Farmington),” Garrett said. Prior to that, it was housed in the Memorial Courthouse basement, and many years ago, was housed where the Kaysville Branch Library is now. “This will house the majority of our programs,” Garrett said. Remote sites include the Weatherization program housed a few miles away at the Freeport Center; the Inspection & Maintenance facility in Kaysville, and a branch immunization and WIC (Women, Infants & Children) clinic in Bountiful. “This building is a collaborative investment for pub-

RESIDENTS received an inside look at both the health department and senior activity center. Courtesy photo lic health combining resources of the city (Clearfield), county and federal government,” he added. The Midtown Community Health Center is housed on the main level of the health building – something that took a lot of combined effort to achieve, said its executive director, Lisa Nichols. “We provide comprehensive primary health care to

the underinsured, to many who don’t speak English,” she said, emphasizing it is open to anyone. “We have been in Northern Utah since 1970, had a clinic in Ogden, and dreamed of one in Davis County, knew we had citizens of Davis County driving to Ogden,” she said. “We tried and tried, wrote several grants, kept getting turned down for a clinic.”

For the past four years, a clinic was housed in the old Health Department quarters in Farmington. “We’ve been welcomed with open arms,” she said, receiving help from many, including Clearfield City, which provided funds for dental equipment and more, including most of the land for all of the facilities. “We want to provide medical help.We’re the medical help for everyone,

invite neighbors and friends,” Nichols said. “Often when people think of a senior center they think of Meals on Wheels, but it offers many other services,” said County Senior Advisory Board Chair Larry Millward. “This center is somewhat unique, because it houses offices for job training and placement for seniors and training for help for those caring for those suffering

from Alzheimer’s,” he said. “The North Davis Senior Activity Center is a gathering place for senior citizens, a place to socialize, participate in crafts and hobbies, receive tax assistance and many other services,” Garrett said. “All total, there are 50 programs” housed in the two facilities, he said. “Everybody worked together” to make it possible, said Clearfield Mayor Don Wood, who said he envisions other buildings rising downtown. County Commissioner Bret Millburn, who spearheaded the project, thanked county departments who, by managing their budgets, allowed for funds to be set aside to make the facilities possible. Recognitions were also made to Barr Burton, who acted as county project manager, Jim Dudleston, from the county’s Information Systems department, and Marshall Scott, county facilities and maintenance director. County Commissioner Louenda Downs led the ribbon cutting, joined by Senior Services Division Director Sally Kershisnik and Brian Hatch, Communicable Disease/Epidemiology Division director.

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Legislators feel balanced budget lost victory of 2011 session BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor BOUNTIFUL — Most people probably remember the 2011 Legislature for its grappling with the Government Records Management Act (GRAMA), or immigration reform. Few seem to recognize the Legislature for its passage of a balanced budget that gave more to education, said Rep. Julie Fisher, RFruit Heights. She was among legislators who spoke during the Davis Chamber of Commerce April membership meeting at the Wight House, here,Thursday. “The budget is the most lost message in the session,” she said.“While other states were trying to figure out how to deal with multi-billion dollar deficits, we balanced our budget.” On top of that, more than 2 percent was added to education funding – without taxes being hiked, Fisher said. “The lack of responsibility being taken in Washing-

REP. BRAD WILSON, in foreground with Rep. Curt Oda, spoke at a recent chamber meeting. Photo by Tom Busselberg ton, D.C., is jeopardizing the future of the state,” said “newbie” Rep. Brad Wilson, R-Kaysville. “Medicaid (financial implications) is just the tip of the iceberg,” he said. That topic has been carried by Sen. Dan Liljenquist, who noted how its share of the budget has ballooned from 9 percent in 1995 to double that now. “We could either close three universities or dramat-

ically raises taxes or lay off 20,000 teachers,” to foot that escalating bill, which is projected to reach 36 percent of the general budget if it’s not altered, he said. Another “newbie,” Rep. Jim Nielson, R-Bountiful, noted how funds had been increased for the weighted pupil unit to aid education, while a proposal to move state employees back to a five-day working week was vetoed by the governor with

Residents in West Bountiful believe they’re getting ‘soaked’ BY BECKY GINOS Clipper Staff Writer WEST BOUNTIFUL — Residents of the Golden West subdivision in West Bountiful are tired of being “all wet.” For the past 30 some years, the area has struggled with drainage, according to resident spokesman Gary Spilman. “We moved in when there were only three homes in the subdivision,” said Spilman.“The city engineer (at the time) allowed the developer not to put in a drainage system, even though the city knew there were water problems. For 35 years we’ve been trying to get the city to correct the problem.” Spilman said there are 12 - 15 homes that have had water in their basements. “The city tells us it doesn’t have the funds,” he continued. “But if they had water in their basement, they’d want to do something about it.” Spilman said insurance won’t cover the water damage costs unless a homeown-

er has flood insurance. “We bought the home in good faith and thought the city had done what was needed,” he said. “We feel like they dropped the ball. We (residents) don’t have the money either.They need to fix the problem.” But current City Administrator, Craig Howe, said the city has been working on finding a solution for the last couple of years. “We’re gathering information and looking at the records from the 1970s to see what happened before the subdivision was created,” he said. “Our intent is to meet with residents after we have all of the information. The city council needs to review the history and it will take time to sort it all out and see what’s gone on.” Howe said it has been difficult to access some property east of the area due to estate issues, which has caused some delays. “It’s a tough situation because there are really two issues, ground water and surface water,” he said. “There

are also some ditches, that were created to help with drainage, that haven’t been cared for and are on private property.” Spilman said it’s not only a drainage problem, but a potential health hazard. “Nobody wants kids to play in a basement with mildew,” he said.“The water pools up above ground then seeps below. There are horses’ feces going down into the underground water which goes into the basements. This is no longer something we can look the other way on.We’re saying it’s a high priority.” About 65 people have signed a petition that Spilman presented to the mayor at Tuesday’s city council meeting. “We’ll see if something gets done,” said Spilman. “If not, we might get a lawyer involved to do something to help these people out. I can guarantee that if it was their (council) basement, they’d find the money.”

a “veto override” being considered by legislators. “I wish people would’ve told me that facts didn’t matter (in debates), that it was all about emotion,” he added. “We tried to get a starting point” on immigration, said Rep. Roger Barrus, R-Centerville.“People are very polarized.” He called the so-called “guest worker” bill “very important,” adding “I would like people to come here legally.The federal government may sue Utah, but it (law) is an attempt to look at the guest worker and not guarantee citizenship.” Rep. Curt Oda, RClearfield, also discussed immigration bills, and called HB116 “one of the most

contentious,” saying “I voted against it because I thought it was an amnesty bill.” A federal waiver will be required for it to work, emphasizing immigration is an issue the federal government should be dealing with. “The migrant worker bill is good. Employers have to show a desperate need to get employees which they then sponsor,” Oda said. “Economic vitality” was benefited by the governor’s signing of bonding provisions for the second Weber State University building

and Davis Applied Technology College training facility at the Freeport Center, said Rep. Brad Dee, majority leader who represents far north Davis County. “Education will always be a problem (to fund) in Utah,” said Sen. Jerry Stevenson, R-Layton.“We have the best education in the state here in Davis County. I would have the feds work like we do in Utah, with a balanced budget,” if he could have influence over that, he added.

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Davis folks initiate State Parks Road Trip BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor ANTELOPE ISLAND — Several Davis County residents are sold on Antelope Island and Utah’s state parks. In fact, they’re taking a road trip and have invited a few others along to visit all 43 state parks within a 72hour span, starting at noon Thursday, May 12, and ending at noon Sunday, May 15. They’ll start and end their trip at Antelope Island State Park. The idea to visit and promote the state park system started with longtime community leader and Syracuse resident Chris Dallin. He has enlisted five others to join him: Vaughn Jacobsen, longtime Chamber of Commerce official; Tim Hughes, a Saturday morning KSL Radio host; Russell Smith with Skycam Utah, Bill Francis with Cable Channel 17 and Barbara Riddle, Davis Area Convention & Visitors Bureau CEO. “We’ve fused with KSL Radio and Skycam satellite phones and a GPS tracking system,” says Riddle. That way, radio remotes on KSL will update listeners as to the progress of the adventurers, along with satellite phone capability and video record. “When we started this, it was just five people looking at having a crazy weekend,” she said. Chevron stepped up to sponsor the trip and All Access Recreational Vehicles is providing the RV. There was also a more serious reason to make the trip, Riddle emphasizes. “With the announcement of a 59 percent cut for state park funding, we invited state parks to get involved,” she said.

“If we could get the message out about the value of state parks, and get people engaged in visiting their state parks, we thought it would be a natural fit,” Riddle said. The Utah Office of Tourism is backing the ride, which will now be a recognized U.S.Travel Association event connected with National Tourism Week. As a part of that, the caravan will stop in Park City briefly at the Utah Tourism Conference. “We’ll be going approximately 2,200 miles, with the folks involved with the (Antelope Island) Balloon Stampede behind putting this together,” she said. “We will be at each park 15 to 20 minutes, capture the essence of each park, meet the park manager,” Riddle explained. Depending on the time of day or night, some parks are planning small welcoming parties, including local elected officials and area travel promotion organizations (CVBs). “We’ll be at some of the parks at 2 or 3 a.m.,” so the welcome may not be as large, she said. For example, the group is anticipating arriving at the Territorial State Park in Fillmore at 3:24 a.m. Sunday morning. For more information about the ride, visit utahstateparksroadtrip.htm. The May 12 departure from Antelope Island will coincide with the unveiling and ribbon cutting of a new display at the island marina. It will feature a full-sized brine shrimp boat and 24foot long personal sail boat, with a walkway surrounding both boats so that visitors can get a complete view of both boats.

‘Act Wattsmart’ focus of RMP video contest SALT LAKE CITY — It’s a chance to show off your movie-making skills, help the environment, and maybe even make some money. One lucky videographer will win up to $10,000 in energy efficiency upgrades as a reward for spreading the word about “Acting Wattsmart.” Rocky Mountain Power (RMP) is sponsoring the contest, which starts Monday, April 25, and is open to residents in Davis County and all across the state. The contest is designed to educate Utah residents on ways to use less electricity and save money on their energy bills. The contest is open to all residential Rocky Mountain Power customers aged 18 and older.

Participants must submit a video, anywhere from 30 seconds to two minutes in length, of how they are being or how they can be more “wattsmart.” One grand prize winner and two runners-up will be selected to receive energy efficiency upgrades from Lowe’s, of $10,000 and $2,500 value each. A people’s choice winner will also be selected and awarded $2,000. By simply voting for their favorite video, RMP customers can enter for a chance to win $500 in energy efficiency upgrades. For more information about the competition, visit Deadline for entries to be submitted is June 30.

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Why procrastinate on income tax?

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e see it every year. People procrastinate – and often suffer anxiety and financial penalties – waiting until the last possible week, day, or month to prepare and file their federal and state income tax. People explain their reasons, but little of it makes sense to me. Let’s review the basics of income tax. Most of you, about 70 percent will receive a tax refund. Therefore, putting off your income tax filing is like spying a $100 bill on the pavement, walking by it and vowing to return later to retrieve it. If the government owes you money, file early and get the money fast. Despite what many think, figuring income tax is not that difficult for the average working stiff. The vast majority of you reading this column didn’t sell 100 shares of IBM this year, so don’t worry about filling out the Capital Gains (Schedule D) form. The majority of you have not paid out-ofpocket costs for health care anywhere


near the price of a 2008 Infiniti coupe, so don’t worry about itemizing allergy medication expense on Schedule A. Unless you own your own business, there’s no need adding up the receipts from 14 lunches at McDonald’s. No, for most of you, the deductions you can take involve mortgage interest, taxes, and charitable contributions – and since you receive this information by the end of January, there is no need to wait until the final deadline day to fill our your tax form. Businesses and the self-employed have a weightier task, but I’d bet most of these people employ an accountant to prepare their taxes. The average guy or gal has no excuse for delaying. This year, about 25 percent of Americans will file their taxes (or request an extension) on the very last day the returns are due. About one week prior to the deadline, an estimated 40 million returns were still due. I don’t understand why! The easy answer, I suppose, is that many of these taxpayers owe the government money. (“I’m going to keep my money until the last possible moment and collect interest rather than let the government have it!”)

By Bryan Gray

Add up the “savings”. If you owed the U.S.Treasury $1,000, the amount you would save by waiting until the last minute is about $8.35. Boy, that’s making a major financial statement! For the cost of a venti Starbucks vanilla latte you would have filed your taxes in February and not worried at all about mailing or filing online minutes before the final buzzer. And these last-rush filers are quick compared to the 10 million people who wait so long they have to file for an extension. As I say, I’ve never understood it. Prepare your forms in February when you get pertinent information mailed to you. If you have a refund coming, file immediately and put it in the bank. If you owe, wait a month and mail it in, eliminating future worries. And if you are one of the crack pots who think the income tax is illegal and you don’t have any obligation to pay, keep your money.You’ll need it to foot the bill for a good therapist.

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Club appreciates ongoing support Editor: I am writing to thank Bountiful and the surrounding communities for the tremendous support the Breakfast Exchange Club of Bountiful has received over the past 39 years. As our national organization, The National Exchange Club, celebrates 100 years of service, I’m reminded of the tremendous good that comes from the people in our communities. It truly takes just one person to make a differ-

ence in the lives of others and we have been very fortunate that our communities are filled with such people. The members of the Breakfast Exchange Club of Bountiful have volunteered their time, energy and money to make our communities better places to live through programs and projects in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activities and the Prevention of Child Abuse. We would not be able to do this without the communities supporting our fund-raisers like the Bountiful Handcart Day Chuck Wagon Breakfast.

We partner with Dick’s Market and Skills Fitness to make the breakfast effective and possible. All the proceeds of this event are donated to the various Davis County shelters. Thank you Davis County and Bountiful, as Exchange celebrates 100 years of service to our communities. The Breakfast Exchange Club of Bountiful plans to continue its service to the people in communities for another 100 years. Leon Thurgood President Breakfast Exchange Club of Bountiful

It’s fun to read about schools Editor: I like to read about school happenings in the Clipper. I was excited to see a picture of myself and my LEGO League team in the newspaper in February. Thank you for putting the next generation into the newspaper. Kohel Kellogg Fifth grade Bountiful

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What can be done about U.S. debt/budget?

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GLENN MCKAY, president of CenterPoint Legacy Theatre. Photo by Melinda Williams

Clipper April 24, 2011

the biggest one-year cut to re you a patriot? I believe you are and that kind of spending ever, while still making investI believe I am too. ments in growing AmeriAs patriots we need to ca’s economy. President work together to reduce the deficit and that includes Obama’s approach would add to those savings in the the values of shared years that follow, a responsibility and step that will save prosperity by and for approximately all of us. $770 billion over President 12 years. Obama has proThe secposed a balanced ond step is to find approach to secure $4 more savings in trillion in deficit the defense reduction by budget. incorporating Defense those values of Secretary shared responsiGates has bility and shared bravely prosperity. taken on The PresiBy Rob Miller wasteful dent’s Democrat defense approach is spending and has secured drawn on the recommensome real savings, but we dations of the Bipartisan will need to realize an addiFiscal Commission and tional $400 billion in securiadds to the $1 trillion in ty savings by 2023 while deficit reduction included in the President’s 2012 bud- guaranteeing America’s capacity to maintain our get. I support the President’s national security. The third step in Presiproposal because it defends the middle class — protects dent Obama’s approach is America’s commitments to to cut health care spending, not by shifting costs to our senior citizens — and seniors and poor families make the kinds of targeted but by reducing the cost of investments we need to health care itself. support economic and job President Obama’s growth. approach builds off of the President Obama’s Affordable Care Act with vision stands in sharp connew reforms aimed at trast to the House GOP reducing health care spendplan which lays the burden ing more while making of debt reduction on those who can least afford it. The Medicare and Medicaid stronger and will insure GOP plan ends Medicare that America save $480 biland increases health care costs for seniors in order to lion by 2023, and another one trillion dollars in the support a trillion dollars following decade. worth of tax cuts for the The fourth step in Presiwealthiest Americans. dent Obama’s approach is Leaders from across to reduce spending in the America – senators, repretax code. sentatives, governors, and America can’t afford to non-partisan organizations extend the tax cuts for the including the Fiscal Comwealthiest 2 percent again, mission’s co-chairs Alan because doing so would Simpson and Erskine add another trillion dollars Bowles – applauded Presiin debt, President Obama’s dent Obama’s balanced 2012 budget would already approach to cutting the deficit and putting America limit itemized deductions for the wealthiest 2 percent back on its way to paying of Americans – a reform down the nation’s debt. that would cut the deficit President Obama has by $320 billion over a urged leaders of both pardecade. ties to work together and President Obama is urgput aside their differences ing Congress to reform the to help our country meet individual tax code so that this challenge. it’s fair and simple – so that The first step in Presithe size of your tax bill isn’t dent Obama’s balanced determined by the kind of approach is to make sure accountant you are able to annual domestic spending levels stay low by including afford.


CenterPoint Legacy Theatre offers family entertainment BY MELINDA WILLIAMS Clipper Staff Writer WEST BOUNTIFUL — The CenterPoint Legacy Theatre is one of the few theaters people can take their families to without fear of embarrassment. Glenn McKay, the president and CEO of the theater shared some of the history of the theater, as well as a bit about its operation with the Bountiful Breakfast Exchange Club during its weekly meeting Thursday. McKay, who has been a part of it since before it became Rodgers Memorial Theater housed in a shopping center, is one of the original people involved with bringing theater to Centerville and South Davis County. He told Exchangites that South Davis residents are able to see edited Broadway plays, which the producers of those plays allow. However, McKay said, CenterPoint was not allowed to put the play “Spelling Bee,” on “Because we edited it too much,” McKay said. The theater is housed in the Davis Cultural Arts Center (DCAC) and is paid for through the RAP (Recreation,Arts and Parks) tax, charged to merchandise purchased in Centerville and Bountiful. Monies for the theater also came from the Centerville Redevelopment Agency, which also donated the land the center sits on and from Davis County. The center is in the process of raising the last $500,000 and recently wrote a check for $225,000 of it. Much of the money earned comes from income from plays, but the center will also rent

the facility, recently renting the black box theater (the smaller of two theaters) to The Bridge nondenominational church. They held the Davis County gala at the center, and McKay said they would like to bring in artists to perform.“We can’t bring in Elton John, Paul McCartney or Billy Joel, but we can bring in someone like Kenny Loggins or Joan Baez,” he said. He believes if people come to the center for other events, they’ll realize that Broadway musicals are being put on as well. He said for 10-12 years, Rodgers Memorial Theater couldn’t get beyond 3,300 season ticket holders, but last year, they sold 4,300 season seats and this year it went up to 6,200, McKay said. He told Exchangites that only two people are paid as full-time employees, a marketing person and the technical director. Everybody else, himself included, work on the productions “for the love of theater.” Even many of the actors, who get paid for acting in the same roles at other theaters come to CenterPoint for free. He said the theater is operating on a limited budget, and in building and in operating the facility,“We had many vendors who came to our rescue.” He said among those vendors they had a heating and air conditioning volunteer to maintain the system, a management company offer their services for free and a local nursery offer to do the landscaping when the weather makes it possible. “We’ve had to watch every nickel and dime.”

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A recent poll suggested id you realize that that over 50 percent of you are more than Americans did not object $46,000 in debt? to how many taxes they This doesn’t include any were paying. Coincidentalmoney you may owe on ly, the IRS also recently your car or your home, or announced that 47 percent even some old student of Americans paid loans.Your kids are in NO federal taxes debt too. Even the under current tax newest addition to law. I wonder how my family owes many of those 50 this much and he percent didn’t is only 3 months object because old! What did he they weren’t paydo to get into this ing anything? type of financial I know trouble at such how much an early age? money I Bad parentmake and ing? More like with my bad governing. wife, we Our nation- By Ben Horsley budget that al debt is over Republican much every $14 trillion month.We spend less than dollars. It has increased we make and stay out of almost 50 percent since debt. My cars are older, but President Obama took they are paid for and I office, but I am not just have a house payment that blaming him.This is not a Democratic or Republican is reasonable to my problem as they have both income. I also have some student loans that I contincontributed to this problem over the years. Repub- ue to work to pay off. I have been wanting to buy licans under the Bush administration did nothing an RV to take camping for quite some time, but it’s to balance the budget and more important to me to reduce our national debt. save for my personal However, Democrats and retirement and kids’ colPresident Obama have lege and so I sleep in a tent taken Republican fiscal for now. I am not bragging. incompetence to new I am no different than heights by increasing the most people who work national debt in the last hard and strive to take two years in what it took personal responsibility and President Bush to do in expect no less from our eight. elected officials. Our national debt was I am not a financial or one of the reasons given economic expert. I am not by Standard and Poor’s to going to pretend to know recently downgrade the the economic impact of United States’ credit outlook to “negative.” Howev- not raising the debt ceiling. er, our national debt is only However, I do know this. The definition of “insania portion of the problem. The other end is our annu- ty” is doing the same thing over and over and expectal budget deficit.The government spends more than ing a different result.We have continued to overit brings in. Entitlement spend and raise the debt spending alone will crush ceiling to pay for that us and our grandchildren spending. Unless our electinto financial oblivion. ed officials do something Who keeps their books different, nothing will this way anyhow? Oh change.Which is why I yea…Enron. Except those support spending cuts to crooks ended up in jail. Now Treasury Secretary immediately bring our current budget back into balTim Geithner wants ance and why I support a Congress to raise the debt balanced budget amendceiling….again.This is ment to our constitution. essentially the equivalent We must stop the fiscal of raising the credit limit “insanity.” The line must be on a bankrupt person’s drawn. I plead with credit card.Where is this Congress; please do somemoney coming from? thing different and live Where everything else within your means. comes from…China.


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Customer service is major plus Editor: In this economic time when people only do what they must, due to finances, customer service is a major plus. I recently had a friend in dire need of a mechanic. I went to her aid and called people to

help her get her car repaired. My friend from Intermountain tow, came with her tow truck and we took it to a local mechanic. If you want a great person who cares about your well being, call Intermountain Tow for all towing needs. The attitude by this first mechanic was that this was a bother. Due to the impression of this

proprietor, we took her car to Tunex on Hwy 89. Frank Larsen personally took care of my friends problem by fixing the car in a timely manner and going above and beyond what the other shop was willing to do. The other shop lost out on parts and labor due to attitude. Kudos to Tunex for having the know how

and customer service that keeps people coming back time after time. As for the other shop. I am highly disappointed in their customer service and manner in which they conduct themselves and will encourage all I know not to go there. Edna Coulson-dixon Woods Cross

A8 News Clipper April 24, 2011

Residents asked to keep creek channels clear

A surprise guest for graduation After a ceremonial bill signing at Kaysville City Hall, Utah Governor Gary Herbert made a surprise visit to Kaysville Elementary for the 5th grade D.A.R.E graduation. Kaysville Mayor Steve Hiatt (standing far right) greeted the crowd and introduced the governor, who talked about the importance of voting and “making their voices heard.” Courtesy photo

Engines rev for Rotary benefit car show earned can go straight toward the coat vouchers. “There’s so much work that will never, ever be totally recognized,” said Wendel Burt of Burt Brothers, the car show’s title sponsor. Last year, the event raised more than $11,000 for coats for local kids in need.Though the rain reduced the amount of money raised at the 2010 show, surplus from previous years meant that every needy child still received winter gear. Even chilly weather, however, can sometimes add to the spirit of the show. “It (last year’s car show) was kind of cool because it was so cold,” said 2News Meteorologist Sterling Poulson.“The whole point was coats for kids, and we were freezing to death

KSL NEWS RADIO’S Doug Wright was among those who spoke at the kickoff event. Photo by Jenniffer Wardell when it wasn’t even that cold. “So imagine what it’s

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officers would receive promotions sooner than the Woods Cross officers and have better assignments. During the meeting, several council members said they were not in favor of the move because of a perceived “lack of interest” on the part of North Salt Lake City officials. “That lack of interest extended to their residents,” said council member Dave Hill, who noted North Salt Lake officials didn’t solicit input from their residents. Other Woods Cross council members said in speaking with people they knew in North Salt Lake, their residents weren’t even aware the discussion was taking place. Council member Jill Evans said she was aware that North Salt Lake residents “had no clue as to what was going on.” She told those who commented on the consolidation that their

input made a “huge difference. It does matter.” But in saying the issue is dead for now, several council members said it will come back at a later date. Council members Ryan Westergard and Tamy Dayley both said the issue will come up again. Westergard said that while the decision made by the council was probably the best one for now,Woods Cross City’s small department will have trouble in the future attracting great officers, because they will have problems meeting the benefit packages of larger departments. And Dayley said she recently attended the annual Utah League of Cities and Towns meeting, where the pay and benefit packages is one of the biggest issues cities face as they crunch the numbers. She added,“little things can make a difference in others’ lives.”

like for kids in January who don’t have coats.” The Bountiful Rotary

provides the winter gear by taking the money from the previous year’s car show and taking it to Kmart to be turned into vouchers. The vouchers are then distributed to the different elementary schools in the area, who distribute them to the parents of kids in need. The children can then go to Kmart and select a coat off the rack, at which point they go to the register and parents give them the voucher instead of payment. That way, the kids themselves never have to know that any charity was involved. “These kids don’t want other kids to know that they can’t afford a coat,” said Boulton Elementary Principal Laura Bond.“It’s that philosophy that makes it so important to our kids.”

items could be washed downstream and clog culverts. Residents were asked to allow water “plenty of room to flow downstream.” Those needing to pick up sandbags, which are filled and ready, can obtain them from pallets east of the fuel pumps at the Kaysville City Operations Center, 721 West Old Mill Lane. There is no limit to the number each household may take, but residents are asked to pick them up during daylight hours only.

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The legislative session wrapped up in March clouded by some controversy, but Liljenquist thought it was still productive. “We had some hiccups here and there,” he said. “But we’re cleaning up our mess. I probably won’t make a decision on whether to run (for Hatch’s seat) until fall.”

Liljenquist considers running for Hatch’s seat continues to battle for what he believes is necessary to save the state. “I feel really good about what we did on Medicaid (this session),” he said. “We did some good things. If we don’t solve it we’re in trouble. I’m pleased that we came out with a unanimous vote on a bill about a potentially contentious issue.”


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KAYSVILLE — City leaders here are warning residents to keep creek channels clear. “Flooding along some creek channels is a real possibility,” said the notice. “If you live along a creek channel, please make sure that the area in the vicinity of the creek is free of tree limbs and landscape items like statues and lawn ornaments, bird baths, decorative wire animals, etc.” The site also asked residents to remove any bridges or structures they may have installed along the creek. If the creeks were to widen, it said,

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Finding art’s finer touches BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer

CELEBRATING THE BEST Counterclockwise from top right: “Purple Falls” by Michael Clark, award for Best Ceramic Functional Ware. “Bucket of Apples,” by Olivia Stevens, first place in the Jr. High division. “Holi Delhi” by Luke Tuttle, Best in Show. “Fountain of the Sun” by Tyler Young, award for Best Sculpture/3D. “The Bradbury” by Bobby Asay, award for best 2D original. Photos by Jenniffer Wardell and Theresa Otteson

BOUNTIFUL — Best is often in the eye of the beholder, but sometimes it’s possible to borrow a little of another person’s vision. At the Bountiful Davis Art Center’s Annual Davis County High School, Jr. High and Art Educators Exhibit, running now through May 6, a few guiding principles can help gallery goers get a glimpse of what was in the judges’ mind when they selected the winners. Faces Portraits hold several of the top spots in this year’s competition, from Mason Charlesworth’s “Scissorhands” (Best Commercial Art) to Luke Tuttle’s “Holi Delhi” (Best in Show). It’s their distinct expressions, however, that differentiate them from the show’s collection of portraits that didn’t get a prize. It’s easy to imagine what the people in the first-place portraits are feeling, from hatred to sadness to an intense connection that makes the observer feel as though the subject can see them even through the paper. Selective focus Some of this year’s winners

create their impact as much by what they leave out as what they bring in. In Olivia Stevens’ “Basket of Apples” (First place in the Jr. High Division), the warm, muted tones in the rest of the photo make the apples pop, while the finely done but selective shading in “Woody” makes the subject seem almost otherworldly. 3D winners Simplicity was clearly the key among the show’s 3D top prizes, with strong, basic shapes winning out over more detailed and complicated fare. Of course, too much simplicity can be boring, so both “Fountain of the Sun” by Tyler Young (Best Sculpture/3D) and Purple Falls (Best Ceramic Functional Ware) by Michael Clark also had asymmetrical color touches that added variety without reducing the strength of the piece. Best in Show Sometimes, though, a piece manages to combine artistic principles and move beyond them so completely that your eye is immediately drawn to it.“Holi Delhi” is just such a piece, combining vivid color, clean lines, and an expressive subject to create a photograph that catches your attention from all the way across a room.

Farmington native wins award BY JENNIFFER WARDELL Clipper Staff Writer FARMINGTON — It’s not an Oscar or an Emmy, but it’s getting there. Farmington native Corbin Frost won a College Television Award for Best Comedy for the short film,“In Captivity.” The awards, given out by the Television Academy Foundation (the foundation arm of the group behind the Emmys), honor the nation’s best studentproduced work in video, digital and film production.

“It was exciting and a little surreal,” said Frost, who is currently getting his master’s at a film school in California.“You tell yourself you don’t think you’re going to win, and all of a sudden you’re up there.” The film, which Frost coproduced along with Giles Andrew, tells the story of the first young man who agrees to live his life as part of a museum exhibit. “The producer is kind of the shepherd and engine of the production,” said Frost, citing involvement in tasks from cast-

ing to raising funds to helping develop the script.“Pretty much the only thing we don’t do is work with the actors, because that’s the director’s prerogative.” Currently, Frost is working on “Sheldon Remains,” which is set to start shooting in September and brings together many of the people who worked on “In Captivity.” More information can be found at “It’s a really fun production,” said Frost.“We’re excited about it.”

CORBIN FROST, far right, with award presenter Simon Helberg (“The Big Bang Theory), and co-producer Giles Andrew (far left) Courtesy photo


Youth/Education Clipper April 24, 2011

High Notes

Students find creative outlet for garbage BY LOUISE R. SHAW Clipper Staff Writer

MEMBERS of the 2010 Davis High Moonlight Orchestra perform in the annual fund-raising event, Moonlight Serenade. Photo by Louise R. Shaw

Musical fund-raiser set at DHS KAYSVILLE — Moonlight Serenade, an annual tradition at Davis High School, will bring big-band sounds and dancing to town this week. The fund-raising event combines a dinner of halibut or prime rib with entertainment provided by the Moonlight Orchestra under the direction of Steven Hendricks. Student soloists and dancers will also be featured, and those in the audience are invited to dance as well. Tickets cost $25 for the dinner and dance that is open to adults and teens. Tickets can be purchased at the high school office or by contacting Linda Collett, 801-547-8196 or Chihiro Harper, 801-3366299. Performances run Thursday through Saturday, April 28 to 30, though tickets to the Saturday program are sold out. A Wednesday night program is held for seniors.

Exchange students need hosts DAVIS COUNTY — Families who can host a foreign exchange student for as little as six weeks or as long as a school year, are being sought by Danika Amott, local coordinator for the Council on International Educational Exchange. Amott said her family is hosting a Spanishspeaking student, who will be attending NUAMES Charter School in Layton with her own daughter. She said spots are open at other high schools in Davis County as well. Her family enjoys hosting as a chance to learn the language, but have found many other “gifts” from hosting, including having a “new daughter” in their home. Students from Spain, Germany, France, Thailand, China, Ecuador and 14 other countries are interested in coming to America as exchange students. More information is available by contacting Amott at

Education Beat Students recognized by DATC

KAYSVILLE — Kristen Richens and Nathan Dark were honored by Davis Applied Technology College (DATC), as April students of the month. Both were selected for their “exemplary efforts at school, work and life,” according to information provided by the college. Richens is in the Nurse Assisting program, with plans to work as a Certified Nurse Assistant until she is ready to apply to nursing school. The mother of three began her studies after her youngest started kindergarten. “I like caring for people,” said Richens. “I’ve done jobs at the mall but there is no satisfaction in it. I just want to be able to help others.” Mindy Tulane, a DATC instructor said teachers are amazed at her dedication, adding, “I’m excited to see the outstanding nurse she will become.” Dark is also interested in the medical profession and is studying to become a pharmacist. His interest began when his grandfather was diagnosed with cancer and given six months to live. He and his father researched alternative medicines and his grandfather is still alive two years later. The Pharmacy Technician student is also taking prerequisite courses for pharmacy school at WSU. “I want to help people get better and live happier lives,” he said. “The fact that what I’m doing is benefitting someone else’s life and keeping them around a bit longer is really satisfying.”

BOUNTIFUL —Students at Adelaide Elementary in Bountiful found a new way to deal with garbage besides reducing, reusing and recycling: They’re reinventing it. With the help of artistin-residence Michal Onyon, students took plastic bags, tin cans, paper plates, cardboard tubes, plastic lids and old medicine bottles to create works of art that have been hanging over their heads in the cafeteria. “Sometimes we think we just recycle and that is all we need to do,” said Onyon. “But I really wanted the kids to get the feeling that everything they use has a history before it gets to them. And after they’re done it also has a history – whether it biodegrades or not.” Onyon also taught the kids another “R” word related to garbage: refuse. Kids can refuse to buy things they don’t need or things that are the wrong kind of packaging that won’t biodegrade, she said, and that helps every bit as much as recycling. Many of Onyon’s art projects come with lessons, as did this recycle project. She said while kids knew where paper products came from, only four kids in 20 classes knew the source of plastics. “It’s totally amazing how much stuff we have and we use and it just piles up. If the garbage man didn’t take your garbage away you’d have more of a sense of what you’re throwing away because of what our yards would look like,” she told the kids. Onyon said after talking with the kids about where

things came from, she helped them learn about simple ways to help out, such as taking reusable sacks to the grocery store or refusing to use a plastic sack if things are already prepackaged. “Kids are going to have to be more aware and recycle more,” she said. Onyon has a BFA in drawing and painting, has worked in graphic design and has created window displays for O.C. Tanner, where she “just kind of got a love for the big kind of messy process of making huge things.” Since working in the schools, she has helped children create collages with patriotic themes, portraits and paper mache mascots. The Bountiful resident has loved working with kids, who, she said, “take such delight in manipulating and gluing and painting and moving things around and creating things.”

STUDENTS at Ådelaide Elementary created art out of garbage with the help of artist Michal Onyon. Photos by Louise R. Shaw

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Clipper April 24, 2011

On the move

Health club offers ‘scholarships’ BOUNTIFUL — Anytime Fitness, which has clubs in Bountiful, Clinton and Layton in Davis County, is giving away a free “scholarship” to a community member. Applications are being accepted for a one-year free membership.Winners will be announced May 18, which will also be celebrated as National Member Appreciation Day at participating clubs. “We’re looking for applicants who have compelling reasons to improve their health, but for some reason have not been able to do so,” says area manager Danielle Bendinelli. “Perhaps it’s someone with an obesity-related heart condition or diabetes, or maybe a teacher or a parent who wants to set a good example for children,” she said. To apply, visit your nearest club.The Bountiful facility is in the Smith’s Marketplace building, 555 S. 200 W.

Seminar about jobless claims

OGDEN — Employers from Davis County and the surrounding area are invited to a free breakfast seminar to learn about strategies and practices to help eliminate the burden of fighting unemployment claims for ineligible employees. Employer Solutions Group is sponsoring the event Wednesday,April 27 at 8 a.m. at Jeremiah’s Restaurant in Ogden. For more information and to register, visit

New openings at Convergys center

ROY — There are 100 openings for full-time positions at the Convergys contract center in Roy. New employees will provide customer service and sales support for a Convergys client in the cable/satellite industry. Those interested may apply online at Choose “Ogden, UT” when selecting a location in the “Search Jobs” window.

Business A11

Customer focus number one, group told BY TOM BUSSELBERG Clipper News Editor LAYTON — It’s vital that a business knows its customers and their needs. While that may sound elementary, well-known Ogden businessman Alan E. Hall said that is often overlooked by entrepreneurs. “Most overlook their customer profile,” he said.“They should spend the same amount of money to understand their customer that they do to get their product to market.” Hall spoke at the Davis Chamber of Commerce’s annual Business-to-Business Expo at the Davis Conference Center, here,Wednesday. Hall, who founded MarketStar, used the example of a Japanese digital camera firm. “They said they made lots of digital cameras and asked us if we would sell them,” he said.“We wanted to check the market first, and found maybe six stupid people would buy them.” There were competing products that were cheaper and better.And the firm had produced “tens of thousands” of digital cameras. “They (firm) hadn’t talked to potential customers before they built them,” he said.“How much do companies talk to their customers about their needs and wants?” It’s also important to take care of a customer once “you have them, for the life of the opportunity that you have them,” Hall said. “How do you have happy customers? You sell them the right product for their needs.Too often we deliver the wrong type of products,” he said. Such seemingly basic factors as providing timely delivery and a product that works were also emphasized.

BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS EXPO drew hundreds to hear MarketStar founder Alan E. Hall, Wednesday, and network with business people. “The buying experience is the number one thing to keep a customer happy,” Hall said. He illustrated that point with the example of needing to take his car from his Roy home to a dealer in Salt Lake City for servicing and repair. Over multiple visits, there were always problems: the first time, the dealer required the car be left all day, which he couldn’t do; the second time, the needed part wasn’t there; the third time, the mechanic had the day off. “Businesses need to look at the opportunity to beat the competition,” which includes service, Hall said. He shared other ways for a company to succeed and grow.Those include hiring the right employees, and taking care of them.That care by the company will translate into employees being willing to take care of the customers, he said. It’s important to hire people who

will have the right chemistry to blend in with the work force, and also to pick employees who are stable, and haven’t typically changed jobs every six months, Hall said. “People who want to move up, want to acquire new skills” are valuable, especially when that’s coupled with good character, including integrity, honesty and honor, and keeping their promises, he said. “Take care of your people by paying them a marketable wage, with proper benefits,” Hall continued.“People need the chance to come up with their own solutions to their problems. People are smart.They know how to take care of problems. People have self-reliance. They want to own their jobs. “Establish a winning culture, one of integrity, industriousness and customer focus, with team work that is result-driven,” Hall added.

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“Moonlight Serenade” set for April 28-30. See “Events” for more information.

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 dinner-dance is in the Davis High School Commons and cafeteria at 325 South Main in Kaysville.

April 27 • Senior Survival Workshop. Tax planning, asset management, exciting new ways to pay for long-term care. Bountiful Library, 1:30-2:45 p.m.

April 28 • Senior Survival Workshop. Tax planning, asset management, exciting new ways to pay for long-term care. Centerville Library, 10:30-11:45 a.m.

April 28-30 • The Davis High School Band program is having a fundraising event called Moonlight Serenade.This community event for adults and teenagers will begin at 7 p.m., cost is $25. High School students will be providing the entertainment; including the Moonlight Orchestra, the Dance company and many dinner soloists. Dancing is encouraged. Dinner is provided and you may receive your choice of either halibut or prime rib.Tickets may be purchased either at the high school office, or by contacting either Linda Collett 801-547-8196 or Chihiro Harper 801-336-6299. We highly recommend you purchase early as Sat. night is already sold out!

April 30 • 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 If you’d like to volunteer contact Peter Green at

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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. 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 or 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 this year: audience favorite winner receives $1000. For more information visit or

Concert 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.

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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 • Art show featuring Sandra Rast, 5-8 p.m. Repartee Gallery, Bountiful Commons, 255 N. 500 West, Bountiful, (in between Mikado and Five Guys). • Good Foundations Academy, 5101 South 1050 West, Riverdale will be hosting a family character education seminar from Character First! The public is invited to attend this free seminar. 9 a.m. -1 p.m. 801-393-2950.

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.

• 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

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.

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• The Bountiful Community Service Council, which sets up activities, meets every second Saturday, 8 a.m., at Bountiful City Hall, 790 S. 100 East.For more information, please contact Richard Watson at 801-540-3146.

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• 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.

May 6-7 • The Beehive Statesman Chorus presents Barbershop Styles with special guests Sugar House at Highland High School (2166 S. 1700 E. in Salt Lake) at 7:07 p.m. both nights. For tickets or more information, please call 1-801-794-2372 or visit www.bee-

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Marjorie Phillips Lee 1928-2011 Our rare and precious Mother, Grandmother, sister and friend left this mortal existence surrounded by her family on April 14, 2011. She showed her courage and strength after sustaining a severe head injury after a fall. Marjorie was born Oct.14, 1928 to John (Jack) and Elizabeth Phillips in Hiawatha, Utah. She grew up and lived in Carbon County for 32 years, and loved to go back and visit for any reason she could think of. She married Clark Russell Lee on May 28, 1947. They had five children. What a great 53 years they had together. He preceded her death in 2000. Her daughter Barbara preceded her in 1992. Marjorie loved family get togethers, hot chocolate in the morning while reading her scriptures, genealogy, Jazz and football games, and family.

Robert "Bob" El Don McBride April 19, 1925-April 18, 2011 Robert El Don McBride, graduated this life peacefully on April 18, 2011, at the age of 85 with his family by his side, just 38 minutes shy of his 86th birthday. Bob was born on April 19, 1925 in Salt Lake City, Utah, the first son of James and Ida McBride. Bob served in the U.S Navy during World War II from March 1944 - June 1946. Three years upon returning home Bob was married to Peggy Jean McPhie on April 18, 1949, his Eternal Sweetheart, in the Mesa Arizona LDS Temple. They were married for 62 years. Bob was a civil employee for Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, Calif. before being transferred to Hill AFB in Odgen Utah, where he raised his family with his wife Peggy against the beautiful mountains in Bountiful, Utah. Bob was an active member of the LDS church, where he served in many different capacities, including Bishop of the San Bernardino, Calif. 3rd Ward, Sunday School President, Ward Executive Secretary, as well as numerous other opportunities to serve. His greatest joy was serving as an Ordinance Worker in the Salt Lake and Bountiful Temples and after nearly a year and a half of facing life threatening illnesses and disabilities, Bob was so excited to be able to go back and attend the Bountiful Temple with his sons. Bob worked diligently to support his growing family, working two jobs most of his life, yet always made time to spend with each of the kids and participate in their activities. He was a loving father, husband and friend. Bob loved

L. Marie Denson 1934-2011 DOVER, Delaware — Lula Marie Conner Denson of Dover, formerly of Clearfield, Utah died Tuesday, April 19, 2011 at Kent General Hospital. She was 76. Marie was born Oct. 6, 1934 in Dover, Delaware to the late Walter J. Conner and Grace Elizabeth Bennett Conner. She graduated from Caesar Rodney High School in 1959. She married Dick M.L. Denson. Their marriage was later solemnized in the Switzerland LDS Temple. They moved to Utah where he was stationed at Hill Air Force Base. Marie was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of LatterDay Saints. Marie was a loving and caring person who loved life. She enjoyed

Mom was an ordinance worker in the Bountiful LDS Temple for many years. She was very active in the Church. She was called to do Church History extraction, for over 20 years. She did enough people to fill the conference center over five times. Mom lovingly made all the grandkids afghans when they turned 16. She crocheted beautiful doilies that we will cherish, and they were a big moneymaker at the family reunion auctions. We will dearly miss the birthday cards she always remembered to send to every member of her family. Let us celebrate her unceasing kindness to others, and her generosity to everyone. Her gentle manner endeared her to everyone she met. We will miss her influence in our lives, and her constant family support. She was always very proud of her family, a quiet little force behind us. Marjorie is survived by her children, Connie (Ben) Pierce, Wellington, UT., Bonnie Dalton, West Jordan, UT., Ron (Jamie) Lee, Huntington, UT., Phil (Margo) Lee, Dublin, OH.; 18 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at noon, Monday, April 18, 2011 at the Bountiful 37th Ward Chapel, 400 East 1500 North. IntermentBountiful City Cemetery. Online guest book at

Duane Curtis Parkin 1942-2011 BOUNTIFUL — Duane Curtis Parkin was born in Salt Lake, City to, Stanley K. Parkin and Louise O’Brien Parkin on Feb. 19, 1942. He was raised in Woods Cross and Bountiful, (Val Verde) Utah and graduated from Bountiful High School in 1960. He also attended Brigham Young University. His lifetime career was in the construction Industry in Utah and Colorado. He married Judy Ann Smith in Seattle WA on Feb. 27, 1967. That marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Judy predeceased Duane. She died of cancer in 2003. They have 13 children,

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working in his yard; planting gardens, taking care of and nurturing his yard and reaping the benefits of his loving work. Bob was a craftsmen and could figure out how to build anything and fix anything. Bob loved his neighbors and friends and could often be found helping with projects or sharing from his garden. He especially loved working with Bob Robinson. We would call them the two Bob's, although two different men in their passions and interest, they built a great friendship of love and admiration for each other. Bob is survived by his wife Peggy Jean McPhie, his six children, Randy McBride, Mark McBride (Sandra), Kara Lybbert (Dave), Luann Alba (Moe), Paul McBride (Shantel), Todd McBride (Lori); 25 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his two brothers and one sister; Jay McBride, Lynn McBride and Sharon Jones. Preceded in death by his parents, James and Ida McBride, two brothers and two sisters; Clark, Don, Cheryl and Bonnie, a daughter in Law Roxie Kaye McBride and granddaughter Teandra McBride. A viewing will be held at Russon Brothers Mortuary on Sunday April 24 from 6-8 p.m. at 295 North Main Street, Bountiful. Funeral Services will be held with a viewing one hour prior to services on Monday April 25, 11 a.m. at the Val Verda 8th Ward, located at 2651 South 500 West, Bountiful. Interment will be held at the Bountiful Memorial Park following services. Online guest book at A humongous and heartfelt thanks to Dad's caregivers. We as the family want to express how much you meant to him and us for your support and tender love to our Father. To him, you are not just his caregivers, but one of his own. We also want to give an even bigger thanks to our sister, LuAnn, for being the champion for Dad. Fighting for his best interest and care, with your undying support and love. Dad left this world with dignity and grace because of you. You helped Dad achieve the ultimate prize. "I have fought the fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith."

going out to eat and playing bingo. She is survived by her son, Ken (Heidi) Denson, Fruit Heights, UT; daughter, Beverly (Jason) Palmer, Syracuse, UT; brothers, Bill (Elsie) Conner, Harrington, DE; Bob Conner, Dover, DE; Donald (Rheita) Conner, Pottstown, PA; sister, Louise (Jay) Holcomb, Dover, DE; six grandchildren and two step-grandchildren, Colton, Tanner, Dillon, and Ryker Denson, Cody and Chelsey Hunter, Braiden Richards and Conner Palmer; sister-in- law, Norma Denson, Centerville, UT; aunts, Nellie Craig and Marie Price, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, her church friends and many other friends. Preceding her in death were her husband and her parents. Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Lewiston, Utah Cemetery. Family will meet with friends at Lindquist’s Bountiful Mortuary, 727 North 400 East, on Monday from 6 to 8 p.m.

Genieve Tovey Rich, died peacefully on April 21, 2011 at the age of 95. Genieve was born Nov. 1, 1915 in Woods Cross, Utah to Henry Charles and Edith Hart Tovey. She graduated from Davis High and then attended beauty school. She worked as a beautician until she met and married, Linwood Newton Rich, April 13, 1940 in Bountiful, Utah. She lovingly supported and followed him through his years of service in the US Army. Together, Genieve and Linwood made homes in Japan, Lompoc California, North Carolina, and finally settled back in Bountiful, with their son, Linwood Elliott Rich. Genieve was a faithful member

namely, Kepp (Carie) Parkin of Redman, WA, Brittany Ann of Erie, CO, Israel (Jody) Parkin, of Lebanon, TN, Collette (Sean) Perry of Morrison, CO, Tiffany (Sean) LeBanc, of Golden CO, Nathan (Tsendee) Parkin of Grand Rapids, SD, Alicia Perez, of Aurora, CO, Aaron (Jennifer) Parkin of Albuquerque, NM, Adam (Kimber) Parkin of Rapid City, SD, Hyrum and Michah Parkin both of Littleton, CO, and Shayla and Tye Parkin, both of Denver, Co. Duane passed away peacefully at Lakewood Colorado on April 8, 2011. He is survived by his 13 children, 25 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. In addition, Duane is survived by his wife Guiomar and step-daughter Margorie of Littleton, Co, and five brothers and two sisters, including Karlene (Henk) Bakker, of South Ogden, David (Carol) Parkin of Layton, Derral (Irma) Parkin, of Friendswood, Tx, Edward Parkin of Corona, CA, Dan (Tammy) Parkin of North Ogden, Randy (Lori) of Ogden and Cindy (Robert) Law of West Haven. Funeral Services were held and internment was in Littleton Colorado.

of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She had a special place in her heart for the Primary children, and they loved her. She adored them and looked forward to greeting them each Sunday. She often expressed her appreciation for her friends, wonderful neighbors and ward family, who attended to her needs for so many years. Genieve is survived by a granddaughter, Samantha Rich, and loving and caring nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her mother, father, husband and son. Also her brothers Ronald, Marvin, and Ray, and her sister De Dibble. Her family would like to give special thanks to Bruce and Lauralee, all the loving and devoted staff of Welcome Home, as well as Inspiration Hospice, for their compassionate care, service, and support. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. at the Bountiful 14th Ward LDS Chapel, 600 East 1500 South, on Tuesday, April 26, 2011. A viewing will be held prior to services, from 9:45-10:45 a.m. IntermentBountiful City Cemetery under the direction of Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary. Online guest book at

Day of 1,000 stars Tim Heaston, just days away from graduating from Weber State, took time out to read to second graders at Layton Elementary last week, in the 10th annual “Day of 1,000 Stars.” Fire fighters, former teachers, school district leaders and more came to the school to spend time with the kids and help them see the value of reading. “It’s vital,” said Barbara Jones, media specialist, who talked with the kids about the need to read in any profession. Heaston shared with the kids his love of writing, and how reading helps improve writing. He also said it will help them whether they choose to be football players or veterinarians, soccer players or, as some volunteered, dads. Photo by Louise R. Shaw It’s Spring Cleaning Time... Does your will or trust need dusting?

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David Mark Toomey II 1978-2011 David Mark Toomey II, age 32, passed away Sunday, April 17, 2011 in Castle Rock, Colorado. David was born May 23, 1978 in Walnut Creek, California. He is the son of David and Laura Toomey. He married Teasha Dianne Goble on Aug. 6, 2005. David is survived by his wife, Teasha, and two children, Journey and Boston; brothers, Matthew (Aimee), Jeremy (Michelle) and sister, Julianne; and many extended family members. He is preceded in death by his brother, Nathan. David was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latterday Saints. He had a faith in the Plan of Salvation — knowing fami-

lies can be together forever. David loved nothing more than playing with his kids and spending time with his family. The happiest days of his life were when he got married and had his children. David worked as a foreman at Par Electric. He was a journey lineman for high voltage electricity and he loved his job. He took great pride in his accomplishments. David was passionate in what he believed in. He had strong opinions and loved to share them. He was quite the prankster and loved to have fun. He was very competitive and he’d do anything for a good laugh. David was well-loved and will be sorely missed. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, April 23, 2011 at the LDS Clearfield 2nd Ward Chapel, 1245 South 1175 East, Clearfield. Friends visited Friday, April 22, from 6-8 p.m. at the Russon Brothers Bountiful Mortuary, 295 North Main. Online guestbook at Thank you Russon Brothers Mortuary for all your wonderful help. In lieu of flowers, a college education fund is being set up for his children, Journey and Boston. For more info, email Matthew Toomey at

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Bi r th da y 80th: Stahle

Bonnie Merlene Olsen Stahle of Bountiful will celebrate her 80th birthday this month. Her children and grandchildren will honor her with an open house celebration on April 29, 2011 at the Canyon Estates LDS Chapel, 965 E. Oakwood Drive, Bountiful, Utah. We invite family and friends to come and greet her from 5:30 to 7:30 that evening. No gifts, please. Bonnie was born April 16, 1931 to Fayben and Vera Olsen, in Consumers, Utah. She graduated from Jordan High School in 1949. She married Maxwell Adams in 1950.They were later divorced. In 1967 Bonnie was married to J. Howard Stahle and later sealed in the Logan Temple. Family is first and foremost in Bonnie’s life. She has served faithfully in many church callings and is currently a greeter in the Canyon Estates ward. She loves to cook, sew, garden collect dolls and paint. Howard and Bonnie have owned and operated many newspapers where she

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Bonnie Stahle has sold advertising for 42 years.Together they bought the Magna Times in 1972. They later created the Oquirrh Times by combining the Magna Times,The West Valley News, and the Kearns Post. Her children are: Glen and Peggy Adams,Tracie and Kirt Bailey, Steffnie and Randy Shepherd, Mont and Elaine Adams, Sharon Howes, Craig and Shelly Stahle, Corey and Cheryl Stahle, Jeff and Lynn Stahle and LuAnne Lewis. She has 44 grandchildren (two deceased) and 56 greatgrandchildren.

Bonner retires After 32 years of teaching, Marion Bonner will be retiring from Boulton Elementary. Ms. Bonner spent all 32 years of her teaching career at Boulton, and is a beloved teacher and member of the community. Please plan to join Principal Laura Bond and the faculty at an open house in her honor. The open house will be held on Friday, May 6, from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Media Center at Boulton Elementary, 2611 South Orchard Drive, Bountiful.

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Petersen retires

Wally Petersen, a pharmacist and long-time Bountiful resident, will be retiring after 45 years in pharmacy.Wally graduated from Bountiful High and the University of Utah in 1966, where he received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree.While in pharmacy school, he was a member of the Rho Chi honor society and received an award for most likely to succeed in retail pharmacy. His pharmacy career began as an intern at Bountiful Drug, where he worked from 19631966. He also met his beautiful wife Barbara there. His first job after graduating was at Walgreens. He then went on to work at Skaggs, Medicine Shoppe and Smiths, where he will retire after 18 years. Over the years Wally has developed many longtime customers and great friends. He has two children,

Ann ivers ary 50th: Miller


Miles and Suzanne Miller celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary by taking a cruise to the Caribbean.They were married April 28, 1961 and will celebrate their 50th anniversary on April 28, 2011. Sharing in their celebration are daughter Joanne (David) Richardson and grandsons Tyler and Isaac; son, Miles Erik Miller and grandchildren Elijah and Addy.

Danielle Klassen and Tyson Schwab were married April 22, 2011 in the Bountiful LDS Temple. Danielle is the daughter of Danny and Alisa Klassen. She graduated from Hillcrest High School in Idaho Falls and is attending Weber State University pursuing a degree in medical laboratory science. Tyson is the son of Chuck and Tina Schwab. He graduated from Bountiful High School and served in the Japan Fukuoka Mission. Tyson will graduate from Weber State University this summer with a double degree in chemistry and athletic therapy and will continue his education in the medical field. Tyson and Danielle fell in love working as Ambassadors

Miles and Suzanne Miller

Eagle Scout Awards

Andrew Wood, Cody Spackman, Cam Dopp and Ryland Robinson Andrew Wood, Cody Spackman, Cam Dopp, and Ryland Robinson were presented Eagle Scout awards at an Eagle Court of Honor on March 27, 2011. They are members of Troop 1602, sponsored by the Canyon Estates Ward. Andrew Wood helped the Foster Care Foundation in Ogden by moving needed supplies from their old storage facility. Andrew also caulked and cleaned their new storage facility.The supplies are used for children and teens in foster care throughout Northern Utah. For his Eagle project, Cody Spackman organized efforts to remove graffiti off a wall in West Valley City and helped to clean up the surrounding park area. He also distributed flyers about graffiti prevention to homes in the area. With the help of his scout troop, generous neighbors, and local schools, Cam Dopp gathered 2,300 pounds of clothing along with appliances and furniture to benefit international refugees in the Salt Lake area. He coordinated his efforts with Angels in Action. Ryland Robinson’s Eagle Project was designed to benefit the Life-Line Residential Treatment Center.Through generous donations of neighbors and friends, Ryland was able to gather and refurbish bikes and other sports equipment for students and staff at Life-Line.These young men sincerely thank all the great leaders who have devoted much time and effort on their behalf in scouting.

Benjamin Vernon Wheeler received from Weber State University Department of History the “Outstanding Graduating Student” and was awarded Utah State Historical Society’s “2011 Best Utah History Student.” He did this while pursuing three majors and working full-time.

Scott and Polly, and six grandchildren, who he adores. After retiring, he plans on traveling, golfing, serving an LDS mission with Barbara and keeping up on U of U sports. There will be an open house in Wally’s honor on Friday,April 29 from 4-6 p.m. at Smith’s Pharmacy, 2399 S. Main, Bountiful.Thanks Wally, we love you and will miss you!

Danielle Klassen Tyson Schwab at Weber, where Tyson has served this year as Ambassador President. After a honeymoon golfing on Coronado Island, they will make their home in Bountiful.


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Eric Wright and Alexandra Snarr were married April 21 in the Bountiful Temple.A reception was held at the Eldredge Manor that evening. Alexandra is the daughter of Lee and Sydney Snarr. She graduated from BYU-Idaho and studied at BYUJerusalem.Alexandra is employed at Smoot Realty. Eric is the son of Jay and Jen Wright and Tom and Lynda Gratton. He graduated from Utah State University in business management and is the sales director for Silvercreek Marketing.

Alexandra Snarr Eric Wright Following a honeymoon to Cancun, Mexico, they will make their home in Draper.

Rhyme and Reason SPRING CLEANING (by Vera Ogden Bakker) Sprightly April toes dance across scraggy lawns, scatters violets in her wake, teaches meadow larks to sing again. Daffodils splash yellow while tulips shout red and lilacs perfume purple. Apricots blossom pink-white, flirt with sudden death. When willows whisper yellow-green, Easter awakens; compassionate rain washes the suffering world. The Utah State Poetry Society, Rhyme & Reason Chapter, is national and state affiliated and is supported in part by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums with funding from the State of Utah and the National Endowment for the Arts. Chapter meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. and the fourth Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Bountiful Davis Arts Center. Visitors are always welcome. For additional information go to or call 801-292-0283.

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Justin Rupe strikes out 11 to earn the win BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — Justin Rupe of the Viewmont Vikings baseball team, and Weber Warriors’ Seth Hansen, were locked into a tight pitchers’ duel Thursday afternoon. And before the last out was recorded, Rupe had struck out 11 Warrior hitters as the Vikings blanked Weber 2-0. Rupe opened up the ball game by retiring 10 straight batters after giving up a lead off base runner in the top of the first inning. Of those 10, Rupe recorded seven strike outs (including five in a row between the second and third innings), two ground outs and a fly out as he kept Weber off the hit column for the first three-plus innings. On the other side, Hansen was doing all he could to keep pace with Rupe, allowing a run in the second inning thanks only to a throwing error. Through his first four innings, Hansen allowed just four hits and was able to pitch himself out of trouble when he needed to. Other than the second-inning run in the bottom of the second

that gave the Vikings the lead, Hansen retired the side to avoid any more runs from scoring. Hansen again found himself in trouble in the Vikings’ third inning, having two runners on base with two outs. He got Josh Holland to ground into a fielder’s choice to end the threat, keeping the score at 1-0 entering the fifth inning. The Warriors’ first hit came with one out in the fourth inning, and for the first time in the game they had a chance to tie the game or take the lead. Rupe gave up backto-back singles to Cy Stone and Dallin Green after striking out Nathan Kelly to start the inning. With Stone at third base,Weber’s Nathan Champion hit a ground ball right to the Vikings’ third baseman, who saw Champion breaking for the plate and threw him out to prevent the gametying run from scoring. Rupe followed that by forcing Hansen to pop out to the second baseman to keep his shutout going. Rupe retired seven in a row and nine of the last 10 Warriors to end the game with the shutout. VIEWMONT’S JUSTIN RUPE continues to pitch well for the Vikings, pitching a complete game in the Vikings’ win Thursday afternoon. Photo by Jen Barnett

Braves win behind Byington’s 10 strike outs BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor


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TAYLOR BYINGTON (No. 7), seen here in earlier action, had 10 strike outs against Highland Thursday as the Braves beat the Rams. Photo: Jen Barnett

The offense for the Braves was led by Byington, Brandon Menlove and Jeron Griffone, who combined for six doubles during the Braves scoring efforts. Menlove had the biggest day at the plate of all the Braves, going 4-for-5 with four RBI’s to help Bountiful’s 18-hit effort. Byington continued to pitch well for the rest of the game, not allowing another run to cross the plate after the second inning. He finished with a complete game two-hitter along with his 10 strike outs. With a comfortable eightrun lead in their pockets, the Braves tacked on single runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to stretch the lead to 10 runs, ending the game one inning early while earning their seventh win of the year. For the Rams, John Koellicker notched one of the two hits for Highland, collecting a double for his efforts.

BOUNTIFUL — Taylor Byington continues to be impressive, both on the mound and at the plate. Thursday afternoon against Highland, Byington did both, going seven innings and recording 10 strike outs while hitting a pair of doubles in the Braves’ 13-3 win over the Rams. Bountiful jumped out in front of the Rams early by scoring seven runs in the first inning to take a big lead from the start. Highland stepped into the batter’s box in the bottom of the second, however, and turned a big deficit into a manageable one, touching up Byington for three runs to cut the lead to 7-3 entering the top half of the third inning. The Braves quickly rebounded from the threerun burst from the Rams, scoring a pair of runs in both the third and fourth innings to extend their lead to 11-3. n See “BRAVES,” p. B3

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Darts crush Lancers with five-goal first half BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor KAYSVILLE — The Davis Darts soccer team was steaming after suffering their first loss of the season last Thursday to Northridge. The unfortunate victim of the Darts’ next game, which happened Tuesday afternoon against Layton, was the first team to go through the repercussions of a Davis loss. The Darts ended the afternoon by scoring six goals in the second half on their way to an 11-1 victory over the Layton Lancers. Leading the onslaught for the Darts Tuesday was Abinadi Samayoa, who scored four of the Darts’ 11 goals and doubled his goal effort for the entire year. Samayoa recently had just two goals on the season, with his last one against Weber on March 31. Others contributing to the blowout win were Derrick Farnes and Mitch Parkinson, who each scored two goals in the game. For Farnes, his two-goal effort matched a season high when he scored two goals against Syracuse on March 24. Parkinson scored his fourth and fifth goals on the year in the game, as he had a goal in an April 12 game against Clearfield. The Darts led the charge defensively as well in the first half, holding the Lancers scoreless while tak-

THE LADY VIKINGS’ bats came alive during their game against Clearfield Wednesday, scoring 12 runs on 12 hits in a shutout win. Photo: Jen Barnett

DAVIS’ OFFENSE SCORED 11 goals Tuesday in a blowout victory over Layton. Photo is from earlier action. Photo: Jen Barnett ing a 5-0 halftime lead. scored a single goal against The Lancers, now 2-6 on Layton’s Jordan Steed the Lancers goal keepers. the year with all their games scored a goal late in the secThe Darts improved also against Region 1 oppoond half of the contest, their record to 7-1 on the nents, have lost four of their denying Darts goal keeper season, with all of the games last five games after beating Mitch Jensen another coming during region play. the Clearfield Falcons in a shutout. The single goal they gave double-overtime affair on With Samayoa, Farnes up in the second half March 22. and Parkinson still leading marked only the team’s fifth They will play against the the offensive charge, the goal against them the entire Viewmont Vikings Tuesday Darts continued to score in year, with three other games at Viewmont High School. the second half by tacking ending in shutouts. Four of Layton’s next on six more goals in 40 minThey have a matchup five games will be on the utes. with the Fremont Silverroad before wrapping up Other’s contributing to wolves Monday, then will the regular season with a the effort included Dallin host four straight games pair of games at home. Hart, Jaydon Rasmussen starting with the Syracuse and John Taylor, who each Titans on Tuesday.

Allen scores hat trick as Vikes blank Falcons BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor BOUNTIFUL — The Viewmont Vikings soccer team has been rolling all season long, despite battling to a draw with Weber to close out the first half of its Region 1 schedule. On Tuesday, they put their undefeated run on the line by facing Clearfield for the second time this season. And thanks to a hat trick by Justin Allen, and another good effort at the net by Justin Blackburn, the Vikings remained unblemished by taking down the Falcons 5-0. The five-goal shutout victory turned out to be the exact score of the initial game between the two clubs, when Matt Nielson scored three goals in a shutout win to open up the season. Allen’s trio of goals marked the first time this season that he’s scored that many, coming close a handful of times already in previous games. In the previous five games that he’s played in, Allen scored two goals in four of those games including Weber, Syracuse, Roy and Fremont. So far,Allen has 12 goals in the team’s initial eight games, an average of 1.5 goals per game. Dillon Richens, whose last goal came against Northridge on March 29,

Lady Vikes slam Clearfield softball BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor KAYSVILLE — Last Friday the Viewmont Lady Vikings softball team was on the short-end of a 6-2 score with Region 1 rival Davis, losing its third straight game. Wednesday afternoon against Clearfield,Viewmont turned off the losing streak and turned on the offense, scoring 12 runs on 12 hits while blanking the Falcons for the second time this season 12-0. Viewmont immediately started its scoring with two runs in the first inning, followed by three more in the bottom of the second to take a 5-0 lead early. Meanwhile, Mary Tess Tsakalos was helping to keep the Clearfield bats from getting anything going early. In her outing, she allowed just two hits and no runs as the defense picked up behind her by not com-

mitting any errors in the four-inning game. The Lady Vikings continued to score through the rest of the contest, crossing five more runs in the bottom of the third, then two more in the fourth to make the mercy rule take effect and end the game. At the plate, Bailee Tyteca had a pair of extra base hits – including a double and home run – to help Viewmont’s scoring efforts. Halie Randall and Megan Peay each recorded a double for the Vikings as they pounded out 12 hits against Clearfield’s Kaycee Ray, who took the loss. Tsakalos won her first game of the year for Viewmont, pitching all four innings with only the two hits allowed. The Vikings’ (6-7, 4-4 Region 1) next opponent will come Tuesday against Layton at home. The Falcons (1-10, 0-10 Region 1) will face the Northridge Knights Tuesday afternoon.

Lady Darts score early, hang on to win BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor

VIEWMONT’S JUSTIN ALLEN scored three goals against Clearfield Tuesday as the Vikings blanked the Falcons for the second time Tuesday afternoon. Photo: Jen Barnett

scored his third goal of the season Tuesday. Bryan Nance, who had only scored a single goal against Syracuse last week for his season total, matched that against Clearfield as well when he found the back of the net for the Vikings. Hayden Blackburn has continued to be a great goal keeper for the Vikings this season, recording his sixth shutout in eight games at the net. Other than the three goals he gave up to Weber in

the draw, the only other goal Blackburn has allowed was against Layton. The Vikings still won that game 2-1 to remain unbeaten on the year. After the Vikings’ game against Fremont Thursday, the team’s next game will be against Layton at home Tuesday, where they could remain unblemished by that point. It will be the first of three games happening for the undefeated Vikings, as they will take on both Northridge

and Region 1 rival Davis on Thursday and Friday this week. Both games are scheduled to be on the road as well. The Falcons’ loss to Viewmont marks the team’s 10th loss of the season, without a win or a draw to their record. Clearfield’s next two games will both be at home as they’ll take on the Northridge Knights, followed by the Roy Royals, on Tuesday and Thursday respectively.

LAYTON — After taking a tough nine-run loss to Layton High School Tuesday, the Darts returned to Layton on Wednesday to take on the Northridge Knights. And thanks to a four-run first inning, the Lady Darts were able to hang on to a late Northridge charge and win 5-2 to mark the team’s fourth win in the last five games. The Darts initial outburst was aided by Autumn Woodfall and Cheyenne Norton, who each belted a home run to help give Davis a four-run lead after the first inning. Two innings later in the

Darts’ half of the third, they were able to scratch across a run to extend their lead to 50 while holding the Knights scoreless. Devaney Gelter took the rubber for the Darts and performed well, allowing just five hits and two runs to get the win while the defense did its part in being error-free in the game. The Lady Knights were able to start a rally in the bottom of the seventh, scoring two runs and threatening with more during their final three outs. But the Darts were able to keep Northridge from scoring to extend the game. Norton was only a triple away from hitting for the cycle.

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The Vikings initial run came in the second inning thanks to a throwing error by Weber’s right fielder. After Dane Hansen doubled to center field for the Vikings to open up the inning, Rupe hit a deep fly ball that went over the right fielder’s head. Hansen was able to score from second base after the fielder dropped the ball, and Rupe was thrown out trying to reach second base. The Vikings’ second run also came thanks to a Warrior error, as it helped Viewmont push

across an insurance run for Rupe entering the top of the seventh inning. Holland had led off the bottom of the sixth inning with an infield single, then was pinchrun for by Tanner Nelson. Nelson reached second on a wild pitch by Seth Hansen, then came around to score after Dane Hansen’s batted ball went through the short stop’s glove. Viewmont’s threat wasn’t over yet, however. After Dane Hansen was caught trying to steal second base, Levi Hinze and Nate Remington reached base and were

eventually standing on second and third with two out. Seth Hansen got Nick Smith to ground out to end the threat, however. Rupe allowed an early double with one out in the ninth inning, but promptly ended the game by striking out the final two hitters to end the game with the win. For the Warriors, Hansen allowed five hits in seven innings while walking two and striking out two batters. He also hit a pair of Vikings in his first loss of the season. Rupe went all seven innings allowing three hits, no runs and no

walks while striking out 11 on the day to pick up his third win of the season. Viewmont’s Hansen went 2-for-3 at the plate with a pair of doubles. Viewmont is now 9-7 on the year with a 6-1 Region 1 mark, and is sitting at No. 2 in the region. They will face Northridge Tuesday before playing a game with Region 1 rival Davis Wednesday. Weber fell to 8-7 on the year, but is in third place in Region 1 with a 6-3 record. They’ll face off against Syracuse Tuesday afternoon.

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He also took the loss for the Rams – who committed three errors in the ball game defensively – his first one of the year. Bountiful has won two of their last three games since coming back from the Lions Tournament in California over the high school spring break. The Braves (7-9, 3-2 Region 6) will take on cross-

town rival Woods Cross in the second and final game of the series. Woods Cross won the first game 5-1 in a pitchers’ duel. The Rams (5-8, 1-4 Region 6) have two games on the road this week, starting with region-leading Olympus Tuesday, followed by second-place East on Thursday.

Wildcats lose to Warriors in Lacrosse BY SHAIN GILLET Clipper Sports Editor WOODS CROSS — It’s been almost a month since the Woods Cross Wildcats Lacrosse team has won a game. Before the team’s Wednesday night game against the Weber High Warriors, Woods Cross had lost five straight games and hasn’t recorded a win since beating Idaho Falls 5-4 back on March 19. Wednesday the team continued to struggle, allowing Weber to jump out to a 5-0 lead in the first and never being able to recover. The final result saw the ’Cats drop their sixth straight game in a 14-4 defeat. Weber’s scoring efforts started from the beginning of the game, getting two goals in the first two-and-ahalf minutes to take the 2-0 lead. Among the five goals scored in the quarter, one Warriors’ player scored three times as they gave themselves a comfortable cushion heading into the second quarter. That same player scored another goal in the second quarter, while the Wildcats’ defense held Weber to just two goals in the second quarter. Woods Cross was still held scoreless in the first half as they trailed 7-0 at the half. The Wildcats were the first ones to score to start the second half, when senior mid-fielder Caleb Cannon scored his first goal to cut the deficit to six goals. After giving up three more goals to the Warriors, Cannon scored his second and final goal of the afternoon to make the score 10-2 with four minutes remaining in the third quarter. Weber scored three more times before the end of the quarter to extend their lead to 11 goals. In the fourth,Woods Cross was able to score two more goals before the end of the game while holding the Warriors to a single goal. With 8:38 remaining, senior attacker Keaton Hyde scored to make the

Weber’s next game will be against the Viewmont Vikings Monday. That game will be played at Viewmont High School at 4:30 p.m. Cannon finished with a pair of goals, and teammates Conant and Hyde each had a goal a piece for the Wildcats in the loss. Woods Cross fell to 3-7 on the year and are 0-2 in their division. Their next game is scheduled for Wednesday,April 27 against Judge Memorial (120, 3-0 Division 1) at home.

THE WILDCATS’ DEFENSE had a tough time keeping Weber off the scoreboard early, allowing seven goals in each half while losing 14-4. Photo: Jen Barnett score 14-3. buzzer sounded. With under two minutes The Warriors improved remaining in the contest, to 6-1 overall after the win, junior mid-fielder Macade with the team’s lone loss Conant scored the final goal coming against the Bountiof the game before the final ful Braves on April 13.

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LOVELAND LANDSCAPE & GARDENS Specializing in all aspects of lanscaping: new construction, updating, design, pavers, flagstone, decks, water features, irrigation & retaining walls. 25+yrs experience. For estaimate call 801-294-4300

TREE SERVICE & Tree cutting, clean-up, tree removal, landscaping, sprinkler systems, Free estimate Call Johnson 801410-6129

DRYWALL HANG & tape New house or remodeling or basement 40 yrs experience Licensed/ Insured Call Phill 801835-0414.

LANDSCAPING, YARD WORK, TREE SERVICE. Raking flower beds, weeding, shrubs, trimming, removal, etc. General clean-up, and hauling. Low cost! Free estimates 801-355-3123

*SPECIALIST CONCRETE* Finishing, Driveway, Sidewalk, Patio, Retain wall, Fence, Garage Finishing, Building, Concrete Finishing, Stuco. Installing windows/framing John or Johnson 801-410-6129

GRASSCO YARD care and Landscape maintenance offering: power raking, aeration, tilling, weekly yard care and maintenance, sprinkler repair and adjustment,spring cleanup, small tractor work,pressure washing.We look forward to meeting you and exceeding your expectations please call for a free bid 801-635-8626 ask for Zach ***WEEKLY LAWN CARE*** Mowing, trimming, edging, fertilizing, sprinklers, yard work. Davis County. 23yrs in business. 801-499-2359 ***SPRINKLERS*** All types of repairs & up-grades. New Installs. Lic/Ins. Since 1987 801-292-0450 We do it all! A E R AT I N G P O W ER-R A K I NG WEEKLY LAWN MAINTENANCE 1-888-295-LAWN 1-888-295-5296 SPRINKLER REPAIR Specialist Over 15 years experience installing and repairing sprinkler systems. No job too big or small. Call Dave 801-7558808. LEGEND LANDSCAPING & Lawn Care. Weekly mowing, aerating, clean-ups, tree & shrub trimming, sprinklers. Don’t be afraid to ask if you have any special requests. Call or text Jae at 801-809-6162. ****LAWN & YARD WORK**** Weekly Mowing/Trimming, Fertilizing. Weeding, Raking, Shrub/Tree Trimming, Mulch, Sod, Trees, Plants, Landscaping, Hauling, Sprinkler Repairs. We Do It All! Since 1987.Lic/Ins. 801-292-0450 GOLD’S LANDSCAPING, We do it all: We specialize yard clean up: Design services, Tree & shrub trimming and planting. Call 801-824-1453 or 801-2922839 evenings

YARD WORK, TREE SERVICE HAULING, we haul off anything- Trash,Limbs,Construction debris,etc. Fast Service! Free estimates. 801-330-2358 KARL’S TREE & YARD SERVICE Pruning, Shaping, Removal of Trees/Bushes. Lawn mowing, other landscaping jobs. Free esimates. Call Karl 801298-0610 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

GENERAL CONTRACTOR Islander Construction Lic/Ins welcome small jobs. Professional employee. 30yrs exp. in flat work, stamping, patio, walk ways/driveways, color stem. Complete remodeled/additions. Free estimates, One call does it all. Pili 801-921-1269 801-499-3953 HOUSE CLEANING - Bntfl Area Experienced, Efficient, and Dependable. For regular or occasional cleaning. references available upon request. Call Kyra 801- 577-0008 MASONRY REPAIR no job too small. Mailbox, chimney precast replacement. Lic/ins, call Jim 801-721-0631 SHELLE’S HOUSECLEANING. Honest, reliable, and experienced. References available. 801-746-9115


EXPERIENCED NANNY and baby sitting services. Alexa 801663-0175 or 801-292-2259

GARAGE DOORS & Openers Repairs on all makes & models, Broken springs, free est on new doors. Mountain West Doors 801-451-0534,801- 294-4636. CONCRETE REPLACEMENT Concrete removal and replacement, walks, driveways, patios walls, etc. Call Steve 801300-2019 PAINTING,CEILINGS, SHEETROCK. Spray, texture, removal, troweled textures, custom painting, water damage & home repairs. 30-years experience. Call Bart 801-664-8986

AFFORDABLE ASSISTED living. Small Assisted living in a home setting. $1600/mo *medication management, 24hr CNA care. State Licensed. 801-8205589 Heritage Home, Layton, UT. *PROFESSIONAL PAINTER* 35 yrs. exp. excellent references Int/Ext. Please call Scott for Free Estimates. No Job Too Small 801-699-1942 SPRING CLEANUP 3 hard workers $60/hr. Anything for you and your yard. Call Jared at 801652-3028


PAINTING 20 years exp. Int/Ext. residential/commercial, prof/finish. free est. Call 801-298-4472 or 801706-2951.

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AERATION / POWER raking 19 Years Experience! Most Lawns $28 Aeration Call or Text 801-347-4027

Local Landscape & Hauling SPRING CLEANING

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

HONEY PURE LOCAL May help allergies. QT 3lbs/$7.00, 1/2 gall 6lbs/$13.00, gal 12lbs/$25.00. Also raw honey gal $25.00 1162 N Main, Farmington. 801-451-2346

general clean up • weeding • hauling • tree services sprinkler install & repair

CONCRETE SERVICE • brick wall • concrete • rock wall • railroad ties • block wall • flagstone patios WE DO IT ALL


CLEANING LADY Consistently thorough, Dependable. Licensed. Bonded. Insured. Call Style Cleaning Services. 801-2957895 HOUSE CLEANING SERVICE Are you looking for someone to clean your home? Let us do it for you! We do excellent work. Sr. Citizen discount. 801-295-8095 or 801755-7706

Free Estimates Licensed & Insured



HANDY MAN Services, New, remodel, framing, dry wall, electrical, plumbing, concrete, tile, paint, etc. 801-447-3437, or 801347-6518



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.

Licensed/Insured. 27 yrs experience in new construction, electrical, heating, roofing, remodels, home repairs, kitchens, bathrooms, concrete, roofing. Quality workmanship. Fair prices. FREE estimates.

Shane Anderson Construction 801-336-6421


Spring Cleanup is Our Specialty!

Specializing in Chapter 7 & 13’s

• Complete tree services • Clean & Haul

WE DO IT ALL Licensed - Insured Free Estimate

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BOUNTIFUL NICE 1bd, W/D hookups. No smokers/pets. Heat paid $500/mo with $300 deposit. 801-295-1245

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FREE ESTIMATES, low rates. Aeration, edging, trimming, mowing. Weekly or Biweekly. Spring clean-up. Call 801-6470056

A-1 JUNK man. We haul it all. Small/large and general trash clean up with pick-up trailer or dump truck. 801-540-6097



250 GARAGE/BOUTIQUE SALES TREADMILL, GAS fireplace, speakers, BOOKs Antiquefurniture:”mormon”recliner,speakers,oldLDSchurchmagazines,electronics,MuCHMoRe!Fri4/22 6-8pmSat4/23 7-11am.235W-1100N Farmington

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


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40 W. 500 South Bountiful PH: (801) 292-7827 330 AUTOS FOR SALE CASH PAID today for your junk car, truck or van. Running or not. Free towing. Call 801-598-0920

BOUNTIFUL CLEAN 1bd, all utilities paid except electricity. No smokers/pets. $500/mo with $300 deposit. 801-295-1245

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!, 801-293-1830. FARMINGTON DUPLEX 4 Bedroom, 2 bathroom Farmington Duplex for rent. w/d hook ups, 1 car garage. New paint, carpet, windows. Great neighborhood! $1200.00/month, includes Farmington City utilities, $500 deposit. HUGE BNTFL 2200sqft 4bdrm 2bth. Walkout bsmt. Lg rec room. Hookups, covered prkng, storage. Great Schools. No smoking/pets. $1200/mo 801641-8878, 801-991-0569 DUPLEX 2BD, $600/mo, W/D hookups, main floor. $400 deposit, no smokers/pets. Call 801-298-4417

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:

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

580 HOMES FOR RENT BOUNTIFUL CUTE 3bd, nice neighborhood, No smokers/pets. $950/mo, $500 deposit. 217 W 1500 N. Call 801-451-6356 BOUNTIFUL 3BD, 1bth, one level living. $900/mn, no smokers/pet. Call Alan 801-647-0254 BEAUTIFUL NEW townehouse 3bd, 2.5bth, central air, W/D included, garage. $1200/mo, $600 deposit. No smokers. 801-698-9243, 671 W 550 S. Centerville. CENTERVILLE HISTORIC home. 3Bd, 2Bth, Fireplace, Great room, lrg yard, $1400/mo utilities incl. 45 E. 100 N. Call Becky 801-856-8566


560 ROOMS FOR RENT FARMINGTON 1 ROOM $325/mo & Bountiful 1 room $325/mo.Each includes utilities, W/D avail. Own entry. 801-7593599 No text messages. CENTERVILLE/FARMINGTON MALE $250 + $50.00 UTL, W/D, Nice Home w/room. No smoke/Drink/Pets 801-7218229

570 APARTMENTS FOR RENT NSL REMODELED 2bedroom, $709-$739/mo. W/D hook-ups, covered parking, fitness center, spa, and more. Pets welcome. Call 866-791-3946. BOUNTIFUL: 2 story 2bd, 1.5bth, 2 covered parking. $800/mo. 801-295-6262 $550/MO 2BD, 1bth, W. Bountiful 4 plex. Stove, fridge, carpet, cooler, heat, hot water, DW, Laundry Mat included. No smokers/pets. 666 N 800 W. (in rear) Call 801-295-9700 or 801505-3336 CLEAN 2BD, 1bth, New paint, shared laundry room, covered parking, No smokers/pets $599/mo. 801-298-5309, 801330-0303




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

Legal deadline: Monday, 5 p.m.

620 OPEN HOUSE OPEN HOUSE: Beautiful 2008 West Point Rambler For Sale Open House 4/30/11 from 1-3 pm. 2658 Sqft,3Bdrm/2Bth, quiet neighborhood, open floor plan,MB/jetted Tub, 3-car garage on 0.33 acres. $238,163. 1493 N. 4300 W. Call ShirLee McGarry Agent with Principal Realty Group for personal showing. 801.856.6594

750 OFFICE SPACERENT OFFICE SPACE Approx. 1300 square feet. Nice Bountiful Location. Easy freeway access. For More Information contact Blair at 801-381-4093. BOUNTIFUL 500 S office warehouse, 700/1800sqft, $450+, also retail office 500 W $2000/mo. Everest Realty Alan 801-647-0254

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 SEVERAL$140-175K homes for sale in Layton, Clinton, Washington Terrace and Roy. Great Deals and Locations. 801548-8435 Great rental or owner occupied. EAST LAYTON. Gorgeous home on cul-de-sac, 4bd, 3bth. HUGE flat .38 acre lot. Better than new inside (cherry cabinets, steam shower, etc, etc). 249K or trade for rental properties. 801554-3791.

Garage Sale deadline: Monday, noon

Clipper April 24, 2011

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Spinning Get Rich Baby Kill ››‡ “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” (1997) ››› “True Lies” (5:00) ›››› “Million Dollar Baby” The Killing “Pilot; The Cage” ’ The Killing The Killing FreeBul Paid Kettle Tomor Paid Jentezen Osteen In Touch Man vs. Wild Dual Survival Movers Chug Jungle Timmy Mickey “Mickey’s Great” Pirates Phineas Phineas Phineas Fish SportsCenter (N) Outside Sports SportsCenter (N) (Live) Baseball College Softball 90 Days! Wealth Take It Mass ›››‡ “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” (1968) Dick Van Dyke. “Mary Poppins” Paid Paid Shark Ninja ››‡ “Click” (2006, Comedy) Adam Sandler. ››› “As Good as It Gets” ›› “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” ›› “Fast & Furious” (2009) Vin Diesel. Real/Bill Maher Lottery Hour of Power Osteen Meaning Chris Chris “Patterson’s Sundays at Tiffany’s” ›› “Lucky 7” Planet Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. T.U.F.F. Penguins Sponge. Sponge. Power Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. (6:10) ›› “Canadian Bacon” (1995) ’ (7:50) “Dumb & Dumber” ’ (9:45) ›› “The Scorpion King” (2002) Parenthd Ahh Bra Paid Fisher Fisher Fishing Fishing Fisher Big Fish! Rockies Pregame MLB Baseball “Father of Bride” NASCAR Battle of HS Musicals “Make Believe” (2010) ‘NR’ (10:35) ››› “Agora” (2009) Paid Ripped Auction Auction Auction Auction Xtreme Horse. Trucks! Muscle “Jet Li’s Fearless” “Cloudy-Mtballs” (6:50) ›››‡ “Up” (2009) (8:35) ›› “Eat Pray Love” (2010) Julia Roberts. “The Other Guys” Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ ››› “300” (2007, Action) Gerard Butler. 10,000 Shark Fat Loss Monk Get Hot! Fat Loss Paid Osteen ››‡ “Bee Movie” (2007) (6:15) ››‡ “George of the Jungle” (8:15) ›› “Flubber” (1997, Comedy) (10:15) ››‡ “Nacho Libre” (2006)



News Ent News Two Men News News PBS NewsHour (N) TV 411 GED Little House/Prairie Simpson Seinfeld Friends Friends Without a Trace ’ Estudio 2 Two Men Mother

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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 Jazz Season Scrubs Insider › “A Guy Thing” ››‡ “The Whole Nine Yards” (2000) ››› “Top Gun” (1986) Tom Cruise. “Superman II” ’ “El Apenitas” (1978) Luis de Alba “Miel Amarga” (1999) Hugo Stiglitz. Secretos Secretos Joven Pagado Bones ’ ››‡ “The Cutting Edge” (1992) Jim ’70s Mother ››› “Eight Below” (2006)


Latino Made Trainer Health CBS News Sunday Morning Nation Paid Paid PGA Tour Golf Good Morning Rake Record County Homes Leisure This Week NBA NBA Basketball Animal Mtthws Today (N) ’ Meet the Press (N) Sunday Music Mormon History Fast Get Hot! Contrary Religion Curious Cat in Super Dinosaur Arthur WordGirl Martha Wash. Aviators MotorWk Enviro Rabbit Wunder Anne Peep Patrol Biz Kid$ Quest Fitness Healthy Healthy Simple Jerusalem: Center of the World I Believe Music Curious Arthur WordGirl Wild Electric Cy FreeBul Paid Good Day Utah Weekend Edition (N) Fox News Sunday Paid 10min Paid Paid Arthri-D Get Hot! Paid V’Impe Paid Paid Secrets Utah Profiles Money Ahh Bra Paid Paid Discov. Jeremiah Discov. In Touch Mass Paid Paid Inspiration Ministry Campmeeting ’ Pagado Comu Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Fabrica Fabrica Ahh Bra Lt Relief Traveler Pets.TV Mad Missing Rescue Pets.TV WEN Paid Paid Paid

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Dog Dog The First 48 The First 48 Movie Varied Programs Varied Programs Deadliest Catch American Chopper Movie Mickey Varied Jungle Oso Movers Lines Sports Varied Programs NFL Live J. Rome Full Hse. Full Hse. Still Stnd Still Stnd 8, Rules 8, Rules Movie Varied Movie Varied Programs (11:15) Movie Varied Programs American Justice Cold Case Files Unsolved Mysteries Big Time Big Time Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Movie Varied Programs (2:05) Movie MLB Baseball Varied Programs Movie Varied Programs CSI: Crime Scene Varied Programs Jail Jail Movie Varied Programs The Closer Cold Case Law & Order Varied Programs Raymond Jim Jim Office Raymond Raymond



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Survivor-Island Middle Better Royal Wedding Secrets-Dead Journal Truth PBS NewsHour (N) American Idol ’ Wheel Jeopardy Without a Trace ’ A Que-Puedes Top Model



Criminal Minds ’ Family Cougar Minute to Win It ’ NOVA (DVS) Desperate Hours Nature (DVS) Breaking Funny Videos Without a Trace ’ Duetos Top Model


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News Letterman Late News Nightline Access Extra (N) News Jay Leno Late Keep Up Time/By Forgiveness America GED Global Chang Steves Perry Mason My 3 Seinfeld Simpson Fam Guy Fam Guy Office Office Scrubs Scrubs Criminal Minds ’ Without a Trace ’ Secretos Chuper Gratis Pagado Mother Raymond ’70s Jim

Dog Dog The First 48 The First 48 Beyond Scared Storage Storage Storage Storage › “Death Wish 3” (1985) › “Death Wish 3” (1985) Breaking Bad Breaking Bad Cash Cash Cash Cash MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters (N) ’ MythBusters Good Fish Shake It Wizards Wizards Wizards ›››‡ “Aladdin” (1992) Deck Wizards Wizards MLB Baseball: Athletics at Angels Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (N) Baseball NFL Live SportsCenter (N) Gilmore Girls Still Stnd Still Stnd ›› “Happy Gilmore” (1996, Comedy) ›› “Happy Gilmore” (1996, Comedy) Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men ››› “Iron Man” (2008, Action) Robert Downey Jr. Justified (N) “Sherlock Holmes” Talking Funny ’ Game of Thrones Real/Bill Maher Treme ’ “Jason’s Lyric” ‘R’ The First 48 The First 48 Glamour Glamour Army Wives Chris Mother Glamour Glamour My Wife My Wife Chris Chris Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez (6:06) Gunsmoke ››› “Two Mules for Sister Sara” (9:05) ››‡ “Comes a Horseman” “Wild Rovers” ’ Rockies Rockies MLB Baseball Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs. Dan Patrick The Great Ride (N) Tara Nurse Fight Teller The Borgias (iTV) Fight Gigolos The Borgias (iTV) “Safety-Objects” UFC Unleashed ’ Ultimate Fighter Coal (N) ’ Ultimate Fighter UFC Coal ’ UFC (6:15) ››› “Nothing but the Truth” ’ (8:10) ›› “Anger Management” (2003) ›› “The Scorpion King” ’ Rome NBA Basketball NBA Basketball First Round: Teams TBA. (N) Inside the NBA (N) CSI: NY ’ NCIS ’ NCIS ’ NCIS ’ NCIS “Legend” NCIS “Legend” NCIS ’ There There Browns Browns Payne Payne Conan Lopez Tonight Conan

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APRIL 28, 2011 7:30

Big Bang Rules 20/20 (N) ’ Commun Reiser Globe Trekker ’ Journal Money PBS NewsHour (N) American Idol Wheel Jeopardy Criminal Minds ’ A Que-Puedes Vampire Diaries



CSI: Crime Scene Grey’s Anatomy (N) The Office (N) Sherlock Holmes Ideas E Street NOVA Bones Funny Videos Criminal Minds ’ Tengo Talento Nikita (N) ’


The Mentalist (N) Private Practice (N) Parks 30 Rock Masterpiece Miller Ctr. Forums Ascent of Money News Smarter Lyrics! Criminal Minds Alarma T Noticiero News King

News Letterman Late News Nightline Jimmy Kimmel Live News Jay Leno Late Keep Up Time/By Doc Martin Scully Work Euromx Death Europe Perry Mason My 3 Seinfeld Simpson Fam Guy Fam Guy Office Office Scrubs Scrubs Criminal Minds ’ Without a Trace ’ Secretos Chuper Pagado Pagado Mother Raymond 70s Jim

Dog Dog The First 48 The First 48 The First 48 The First 48 Manhun Manhun ›‡ “Death Wish 4: The Crackdown” ›‡ “Death Wish 4: The Crackdown” The Killing “She’s Having” Chicago Cash Cash Cash Deadliest Catch ’ Deadliest Catch ’ River Monsters ’ Nuclear Nightmare Wizards Wizards Fish Phineas Wizards Wizards “Princess Protection” Deck Wizards Wizards 2011 NFL Draft From New York. (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) (Live) SportsCenter (N) Gilmore Girls Still Stnd ››‡ “Jumanji” (1995, Fantasy) Robin Williams. ››› “Beetlejuice” (1988, Comedy) ››› “Iron Man” (2008, Action) Robert Downey Jr. Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men Wilde Wilde ››‡ “Lottery Ticket” Fast Five Treme ’ Taxicab Conf. 2 (10:10) ›› “Sex and the City 2” (2010) Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Reba ’ Mother Mother Chris Mother Will Wives My Wife My Wife Chris Chris Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez (5:30) ››‡ “Futureworld” (7:20) Warren Miller’s Storm ››‡ “K-9” (1989) ’ “Adv-Buckaroo Banzai” Game Rockies Rockies Baseball Ball Up Streetball Boxing (N) (Live) Dan Patrick Bud Greenspan Presents Nurse Call Girl Gigolos Call Girl Gigolos Stripped: Greg Friedler Jail Jail TNA Wrestling (N) ’ UFC Repo MAN MAN Trailers MAN (5:50) “Law Abiding Citizen” Studio (8:05) ›››‡ “Toy Story 3” (2010) “Austin Powers” Armored NBA Basketball First Round: Teams TBA. (N) NBA Basketball First Round: Teams TBA. (N) Inside the NBA (N) NCIS “Ex-File” ’ NCIS ’ NCIS ’ NCIS ’ Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU ›› “Four Brothers” (2005) Fam Guy Fam Guy Conan Lopez Tonight Conan




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The Royal Wedding CSI: NY (N) Blue Bloods (N) ’ News Letterman Late Shark Tank (N) ’ 20/20 (N) ’ News Nightline Access Extra (N) Friday Night Lights Dateline NBC The royal wedding. (N) ’ News Jay Leno Late Wash. Need to Know (N) News ›››› “Bonnie and Clyde” (1967) Viewers’ Choice Journal Mack Autism-Making It ›› “Red Planet Mars” GED Between Best PBS NewsHour (N) Time Team American Song Europe Perry Mason My 3 Kitchen Nightmares Fringe (N) News Seinfeld Simpson Fam Guy Fam Guy Wheel Jeopardy Funny Videos Smarter Lyrics! Office Office Scrubs Scrubs Without a Trace Without a Trace Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ “Space Cowboys” A Que-Puedes Duetos Alarma T Noticiero Secretos Chuper Pagado Pagado Smallville (N) Supernatural (N) ’ News King Mother Raymond ’70s Jim




The Early Show (N) Good Morning (5:30) Today (N) ’ Angelina Builder Quilt Art Quilting Angelina Builder Paid 3rd Rock Paid Paid Paid Paid Pagado Pagado Paid Paid





Paid Memory Busy Busy School Repla Raven Raven Turbo Shelldon Magic Babar Thomas Place Old Home Knit Knitting Algebra Curious Cat in Super Dinosaur Good Day Utah Weekend Edition Animal Icons Winning Sports Paid Paid Paid Paid Nature Pagado Pagado Pagado Magi Magi Sonic X Sonic X


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Highlight Show PGA Tour Golf Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Third Round. Martin Paid Shark Tank ESPN Sports Saturday (N) XTERRA Champ. NHL Hockey Conference Semifinals: Teams TBA. (N) Cooking Mexican Primal Cooking Kitchen Cook’s Vine Rough Look-Learning Learning Science Essntl Science Write in the Middle Victory Old Home Work Steves Burt Wolf Antiques Rdsho MLB Baseball Regional Coverage. (N) Whacked Whacked Grey’s Anatomy ’ Get Hot! Paid ›› “Little Man” (2006, Comedy) Money Paid ››‡ “The Whole Nine Yards” (2000) ›‡ “Bulletproof” (1996, Action) ’ “El Mofles en Acapulco” (1990) Lagrimita y Costel Historias Delirantes Magic Pictures ››› “The Parent Trap” (1998) Paid Paid




Flip This House Flip This House Relapse ’ Relapse ’ Relapse “Brandon” Relapse ’ “Quick-Dead” ›››› “Rocky” (1976) Sylvester Stallone. ››› “Rocky II” (1979) Sylvester Stallone. MythBusters American Chopper Two Weeks in Hell Two Weeks in Hell Almost, Away Almost, Away Deck Deck Wizards Wizards Good Shake it Sonny Sonny Phineas Phineas Phineas Phineas (10:00) 2011 NFL Draft From New York. (N) (Live) “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium” ›› “The Little Vampire” (2000) “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” (11:30) “Grandma’s Boy” ›› “Fantastic Four” (2005, Action) Ioan Gruffudd. ››‡ “Spider-Man 3” (2007, Action) “Fast & Furious” (1:15) ››‡ “Lottery Ticket” (2010) (3:15) ›››‡ “Avatar” (2009) Sam Worthington. ‘PG-13’ Army Wives Army Wives Army Wives › “Poison Ivy: The New Seduction” “Dangerous Child” Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. T.U.F.F. T.U.F.F. Victo Victo iCarly ’ iCarly ’ iCarly ’ iCarly ’ (11:45) ››› “Rudy” (1993) (1:40) ››‡ “August” ’ (3:15) ››‡ “Corrina, Corrina” (1994) “Now and Then” College Baseball MLS Soccer: United at Dynamo Game Baseball Rockies Rockies Pregame (11:15) ››‡ “Twilight” (1:20) “Behind the Burly Q” “Dorian Gray” (2009) Ben Barnes. ‘R’ The Borgias (iTV) UFC Repo Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail Jail UFC Count UFC Unleashed ’ Other (12:20) ›› “G-Force” (2009) (1:50) ››‡ “2012” (2009) John Cusack. ’ “Nothing Like the Holidays” (12:15) ››‡ “The Mummy Returns” (2001) ››‡ “Con Air” (1997) Nicolas Cage. Pregame In Plain Law Order: CI Law Order: CI ››› “Face/Off” (1997) John Travolta, Nicolas Cage. Indiana (11:10) “Last Holiday” (2006) Jim Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Seinfeld Seinfeld King King



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Parking Parking Dog Dog Dog Bounty Hunter Dog Dog Storage Storage Parking Parking ››› “Rocky III” (1982) Sylvester Stallone. ›› “Rocky IV” (1985) Talia Shire ››‡ “Rocky V” (1990) Almost, Away MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters MythBusters Wizards Wizards Wizards Wizards Deck Deck “Beverly Hills Chihuahua” Good Phineas Phineas College Softball Oklahoma at Texas. (N) Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (N) Baseball Tonight SportsCenter (N) Charlie ››› “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” ››› “Matilda” (1996) Mara Wilson. “Charlie and...” “Spider-Man 3” ››‡ “Eagle Eye” (2008, Action) Shia LaBeouf. Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men “A Nightmare on Elm Street” Game of Thrones (8:45) ››‡ “Sherlock Holmes” (2009) ‘PG-13’ “Nightmare-Elm” “Dangerous Child” ›‡ “Obsessed” (2009) Idris Elba. Army Wives Coming Home Mother Mother Victo Ninjas Big Time iCarly ’ My Wife My Wife Lopez Lopez Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny “Now and Then” ››› “Rudy” (1993) Sean Astin. ’ ›››› “2001: A Space Odyssey” (1968) ’ Corrina MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies. (Live) Post Rockies MLB Baseball: Pirates at Rockies Nurse Tara Nick DiPaolo Fight Camp 360 ›› “Remember Me” (2010) ‘PG-13’ ››‡ “Twilight” UFC 129: Prelims Repo Repo Auction Auction Auction Auction Prisoners/Control Good Pets-Bad Nothing (6:25) ››› “The Other Guys” (2010) (8:20) ›‡ “When in Rome” ››‡ “The Karate Kid” (2010) ’ NBA Basketball First Round: Teams TBA. (N) Inside the NBA (N) ››› “White Men Can’t Jump” (1992) “Indiana Jones and Crystal Skull” NCIS ’ NCIS ’ NCIS “Jack Knife” NCIS ’ ››‡ “Just Like Heaven” (2005) (8:02) ›› “The Bucket List” (2007) (10:02) ››‡ “Phenomenon” (1996)






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MAY 1, 2011 7:30




Paid Paid Paid Paid My Ghost Story My Ghost Story Biography “GoodFellas” ››› “Ocean’s Twelve” (2004) George Clooney. The Killing (10:02) ››› “Rocky III” (1982) Paid Paid Paid Tomor Paid Jentezen Osteen In Touch Man vs. Wild Dual Survival Movers Chug Jungle Babar Manny Oso Mickey Pirates Phineas Phineas Phineas Fish SportsCenter Outside Sports SportsCenter (Live) Baseball SportsCenter Spec. Shark Paid Paid Mass ››‡ “Ella Enchanted” (2004) ›› “Miss Congeniality” (2000) Paid Paid Paid Paid ›› “Elektra” (2005, Action) Jennifer Garner. ›› “Fantastic Four” (2005) Dsper (6:45) ›› “I Spy” (2002) Eddie Murphy. REAL Sports ››‡ “Shallow Hal” (2001) ‘PG-13’ Maher Hour of Power Osteen Paid Chris Chris Glamour Glamour “Dead Silent” (1999) Rob Lowe Fanboy Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. T.U.F.F. T.U.F.F. Sponge. Sponge. Power Sponge. iCarly ’ iCarly ’ Back ›› “Mrs. Winterbourne” (1996) ’ (8:20) ›› “Blue Crush” ’ (10:05) “Three O’Clock High” Fly Away Paid Paid Fisher Fisher Fishing Fishing Fisher Big Fish! Paid Paid To Be Announced Bud Greenspan Fight Camp 360 “I Hate Valentine’s Day” “See You in September” ‘NR’ “I Do & I Don’t” ‘R’ Paid Paid Auction Auction Auction Auction Xtreme Horse. Trucks! Muscle ››› “Bad Boys” Exp (6:20) ››› “Julie & Julia” (2009) ’ “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” (10:25) “The Karate Kid” ’ Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Bait Car ››› “The Client” (1994) Susan Sarandon. Paid Paid Monk Paid Paid Paid Osteen Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU “Phenomenon” ››‡ “Just Like Heaven” (2005) ›› “The Bucket List” (2007) MLB Baseball

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Sunrise to Sunset PGA Tour Golf Zurich Classic of New Orleans, Final Round. Paid News 2 News at 5:00pm NBA Basketball NBA Basketball First Round, Game 7: Teams TBA. Pictures Homes News ABC Equestrian NHL Hockey Conference Semifinals: Teams TBA. (N) Storms Sunday News KSL 5 Amusemnt Prks Antique Roadshow NOVA (DVS) Photos-2010 Space-NASA News Utah French Destinos Connect Dragon’s Sewing Sew It Paint Art Work Wood Woods. Garden Garden Squad SciGirls Lawrence Welk Inside Group BYU Healthy Moneytrk Little House LittleHse Into Wild ››‡ “Mr. & Mrs. Smith” (2005) Brad Pitt. Paid Paid The Closer News Fam Guy Cheers Cheers Paid Paid Paid Paid Money Lopez Paid Paid Lopez Wheel ››› “Sleepers” (1996) Kevin Bacon. Premiere. ’ ››› “Maverick” (1994, Western) Mel Gibson. Wat “Peor que las Fieras” (1974, Drama) “La Cheyenne del Año 3” Lo Mejor de TTMT Jose Luis Sin... Instant Paid Paid Paid Paid Rake Chronicles Ugly Betty ’ Cold Case ’ (11:00) ›››› “GoodFellas” (1990) Breakout Kings The Sopranos ’ The Sopranos ’ The Sopranos ’ Rocky III ›› “Rocky IV” (1985) Talia Shire ››‡ “The Bone Collector” (1999) “Perfect Storm” American Loggers MythBusters MythBusters American Chopper Hogs Gone Wild ’ Dual Survival Deck Deck Wizards Wizards Good Shake It Sonny Sonny Fish Fish Fish Good SportsCenter Spec. College Baseball Auburn at South Carolina. (Live) SportsCenter Baseball Tonight Miss ››› “Dirty Dancing” (1987) Jennifer Grey. ››› “Grease” (1978, Musical) John Travolta. Grease 2 “Fantastic Four” ››‡ “Spider-Man 3” (2007, Action) Tobey Maguire. ›› “Ghost Rider” (2007) Nicolas Cage. Maher ›› “He’s Just Not That Into You” (2:45) “Cinema Verite” (2011) ‘NR’ Colin Quinn Long Story Short “Unstable” (2009) Shiri Appleby. “Within” (2009) Mia Ford. “Plain Truth” (2004) Mariska Hargitay. iCarly ’ iCarly ’ Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. Victo Victo iCarly ’ iCarly ’ iCarly ’ Victo (11:40) “Fly Away Home” ’ ›› “Mrs. Winterbourne” (1996) ’ (3:20) “Back to School” ’ “Three O’Clock” To Be Announced MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies. (Live) Post TBA TBA TBA I Do & I “My Best Friend’s Wedding” (2:15) “Killshot” (2009) Diane Lane. ‘R’ (3:50) ›››‡ “The Hurt Locker” ‘R’ (11:00) ››› “Bad Boys” ’ Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction “The Karate Kid” “Open Season 2” (2:15) ›› “Brooklyn’s Finest” (2009) ’ (4:35) ››› “Julie & Julia” ››‡ “Murder at 1600” (1997) ››‡ “Lakeview Terrace” (2008) (4:15) ››› “Red Eye” (2005) Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU MLB Baseball: Blue Jays at Yankees ›› “Major Payne” (1995) ››‡ “The Whole Nine Yards” (2000)



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Paid Health CBS News Sunday Morning Nation Motorcycle Racing Off Road Racing Paid Record County Homes Leisure This Week NBA NBA Basketball Today (N) ’ Meet the Press (N) Sunday Music Mormon History Fast Paid Curious Cat in Super Dinosaur Arthur WordGirl Martha Wash. Aviators MotorWk Wunder Anne Peep Patrol Biz Kid$ Quest Fitness Healthy Healthy Simple House I Believe Music Curious Arthur WordGirl Wild Electric Cy Good Day Utah Weekend Edition (N) Fox News Sunday Adven. Animals Eco Co. Career Paid V’Impe Paid Paid Shirt Off! Utah Profiles Money Paid Paid Jeremiah Discov. In Touch Mass Paid Paid Inspiration Ministry Campmeeting ’ Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Pagado Fabrica Fabrica Traveler Pets.TV Mad Missing Animal Pets.TV Paid Paid Paid Paid



Paid Paid 2 News at 5:00pm Light Fast News ABC Burnett Paid Paid News Home This Old House Hr Ebert Reading Reading Fly Tying Aviators Nature (DVS) NOVA News NASCAR Racing Friends Paid Paid Friends ›››‡ “Superman II” (1980) ’ Alarma Estrellas Humor-Héctor Chris Chris ’70s Raymond


Entertainment Ton. Fight Camp 360 Criminal Minds ’ 48 Hours Mystery News Spo Roughin Criminal Access Hollywood ››› “Batman Begins” (2005) Christian Bale. ’ News Sport Leisure Extra (N) News House Chase ’ Law & Order: LA Law & Order: SVU News Sports Beat Storms Antique Roadshow Lark Rise Doc Martin New Tricks Red... Red Doctor Who Desert Painting Report Gener Desert Oasis Lessons-World Theater Toolbox Woodsongs Bonanza ’ Lawrence Welk Hogan Lucy (9:14) Perry Mason (10:05) Poirot (10:55) Poirot NASCAR Racing News Seinfeld (10:35) Fringe 30S Office Office › “Coyote Ugly” (2000) Piper Perabo. Brothers & Sisters Brothers & Sisters Stargate Universe “Superman II” ’ ››‡ “Waterworld” (1995) Kevin Costner. A loner navigates a future world. ’ “Hurricane” (1999) Estrellitas del Sábado A Que-Puedes “La Clave 7 - Parte 4” Jorge Luke. Pagado Pagado Two Men Mother Ugly Betty ’ Bones ’ House “DNR” ’ Two Men Saturday Night Live ’

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Doodle Trollz Hannah Suite Willa’s Pearlie Woods. W’wright Geography Kitchen Lidia Marketpl Marketpl Kds Holly Paid Paid Pagado Pagado Yu-Gi-Oh Sonic X

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APRIL 30, 2011



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Paid Paid CarMD Paid Biography Sell Sell Sell House Fix-Yard Sell Rifleman Rifleman Rifleman ››› “El Dorado” (1967, Western) John Wayne. “The Quick and the Dead” Paid Paid Paid Paid Baby Paid CarMD Paid Human Planet Human Planet Movers Chug Jungle Babar Manny Oso Mickey Pirates Phineas Phineas Phineas Fish SportsCenter SportsCenter (N) SportsCenter Special: On the Clock (N) 2011 NFL Draft From New York. (N) Paint Paid Paid Paid ›› “The Haunted Mansion” (2003) ››› “The Spiderwick Chronicles” Paid Paid Paid Paid Bernie Bernie ›‡ “Me, Myself & Irene” (2000) Jim Carrey. Grandma “Cats & Dogs: Kitty Galore” ›‡ “Jonah Hex” (2010) ’ “Cirque du Freak: Vampire’s” Thrones Fast Furi Sexy Paid Paid Paid Paid Paid Army Wives Army Wives Army Wives Fanboy Sponge. Sponge. Sponge. T.U.F.F. T.U.F.F. T.U.F.F. T.U.F.F. Power Sponge. iCarly ’ iCarly ’ Sting II House (7:05) “B-Girl” (2009) ’ (8:35) ›› “Now and Then” (1995) “Shiloh Falls” ’ Rudy ’ Rake Paid Paid Paid 90 Days! Paid Quit-Job! Paid Paid College Baseball “You Kill Me” ‘R’ Fight ››› “The Cry of the Owl” (9:15) ›› “Remember Me” (2010) (11:15) “Twilight” Paid Paid Auction Auction Auction Auction Xtreme Horse. Trucks! Muscle UFC UFC (4:20) “2012” ’ ›› “Dragonfly” (2002) Kevin Costner. (8:50) ›‡ “When in Rome” (10:25) “The Other Guys” ’ Law & Order ’ Law & Order ’ Certain Age The Closer ›› “Transporter 3” (2008) Premiere. Paid Paid Monk Paid Paid Paid Paid In Plain Sight “In Plain Sight” In Plain Yes Dear Yes Dear (7:10) ››‡ “Deliver Us From Eva” (2003) (9:25) “My Baby’s Daddy” “Last Holiday”

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Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ “Death Wish V: The Face of Death” “Death Wish V: The Face of Death” ›› “From Dusk Till Dawn” (1996) Chicago Cash Cash Cash Dual Survival Dual Survival Dual Survival (N) American Loggers Phineas Fish Good Shake It Shake It Good Phineas Fish But Good Shake It Shake It NBA Basketball First Round, Game 6: Teams TBA. NBA Basketball First Round, Game 6: Teams TBA. SportsCenter (N) Gilmore Girls Still Stnd Still Stnd Funny Videos Funny Videos Funny Videos Funny Videos “Grandma’s Boy” Two Men Two Men Two Men Two Men ››› “Role Models” (2008) Paul Rudd “Role Models” “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” Real/Bill Maher Real/Bill Maher ››‡ “Edge of Darkness” (2010) ‘R’ “William & Kate” (2011) Ben Cross. “Prince William” (2002) Jordan Frieda. Chris Mother Will Will Victo Big Time My Wife My Wife Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez Lopez (5:45) “Fried Green Tomatoes” (1991) ›› “Maid in Manhattan” (2002) ’ (9:50) ›› “Home Fries” ’ MaxDu Pregame MLB Baseball Pittsburgh Pirates at Colorado Rockies. (Live) Post Dan Patrick Final Scr Baseball “Return to Me” ›› “The Joneses” (2009) (8:45) “National Lampoon’s Van Wilder” Gigolos Call Girl Spears Gangland ’ Gangland ’ Gangland ’ Coal ’ Auction Auction “Perfect Storm” (5:45) ›› “Dragonfly” ’ (7:35) ›› “G-Force” (2009) (9:12) ››› “The Other Guys” (2010) Camelot “Justice” ››‡ “Con Air” (1997) Nicolas Cage. ››‡ “The Mummy Returns” (2001) “Speed 2: Cruise” NCIS “Chimera” ’ NCIS “Requiem” NCIS ’ “Indiana Jones and Crystal Skull” Face/Off Fam Guy Fam Guy ››‡ “Last Holiday” (2006) Queen Latifah. (9:20) “My Baby’s Daddy” “Deliver Us-Eva”



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MAY 1, 2011 7:30




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60 Minutes (N) ’ The Amazing Race Undercover Boss CSI: Miami “G.O.” News Talkin’ Sports Criminal Funny Videos Extreme Makeover Desp.-Wives Brothers & Sisters News Sport Paid Homes Dateline NBC (N) America’s The Celebrity Apprentice (N) ’ News Sports Beat Hooked Globe Trekker ’ Nature (N) ’ Masterpiece Land Girls ’ Lark Rise MI-5 Travel Europe Toolbox Music For Generation Song of the Compass Closer Over Algebra (6:03) Bonanza Antiques Rdsho William-Kate Edward-Wallis Monarchy: Fam The Story of India Family Guy Simpson Cleve Fam Guy Amer. News Sports Simpson Fam Guy Amer. ›‡ “The Benchwarmers” (2006) J. Smith J. Smith Without a Trace ’ Center McCarv Scrubs Insider (5:30) ››‡ “Waterworld” (1995) Kevin Costner, Dennis Hopper. ’ ››‡ “Spy Game” (2001) Robert Redford. “Reto a la Vida” (1988) Jorge Luke. “El Soplón” (1991) Juan Valentín. Secretos Secretos Pagado Pagado Bones ’ ››› “The Falcon and the Snowman” (1985) ’70s Mother ››‡ “Angel Eyes” (2001)

Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Criminal Minds ’ Breakout Kings (N) (5:00) ››› “The Perfect Storm” The Killing (N) ’ (9:02) The Killing Breaking Bad The Killing Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch Deadliest Catch ’ Deadliest Catch ’ Wizards Wizards Deck Deck Deck Deck Good Shake It Deck Deck Deck Deck MLB Baseball New York Mets at Philadelphia Phillies. (Live) SportsCenter (Live) SportsCenter (5:30) ›› “Grease 2” (1982) ››‡ “The Princess Diaries” (2001, Comedy) ›› “A Walk to Remember” Ghost ››› “The Incredible Hulk” (2008) Liv Tyler ››› “Iron Man” (2008, Action) Robert Downey Jr. True Blood Game of Thrones Treme (N) ’ Game of Thrones Treme ’ “Cinema Verite” Army Wives Army Wives (N) Coming Home (N) Army Wives Coming Home Army Wives My Wife My Wife My Wife Chris Lopez Lopez Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny Nanny 3:00 High ›› “Blue Crush” (2002) ’ (8:15) ›› “Mrs. Winterbourne” (1996) (10:05) ›››‡ “Fly Away Home” ’ To Be Announced Baseball Final Scr World Poker Tour: Barclays Premier To Be Announced The Borgias (iTV) Nurse Tara The Borgias The Borgias (iTV) Nurse Tara Gigolos Call Girl Repo Repo ››› “A Bronx Tale” (1993, Drama) Robert De Niro. ’ ››› “Bad Boys” (1995) Will Smith ’ Julie Jul (6:40) ››‡ “The Karate Kid” (2010) ’ “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” Camelot “Justice” ››› “Twister” (1996) Helen Hunt. ››› “Twister” (1996) Helen Hunt. (10:15) ››› “Red Eye” (2005) Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law & Order: SVU Law Order: CI In Plain Sight ››‡ “Liar Liar” (1997) (7:44) ››‡ “Liar Liar” (1997) (9:45) ›› “Major Payne” (1995) Whole 9

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