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August 1, 1989
Utah officials voted to free nearly half of a $5-million legislative appropriation to fund research into the University of Utah's cold fusion findings. An executive committee of the state's Fusion-Energy Advisory Council endorsed the university's request for nearly $2.5 million for the first year of cold fusion research. The goal of the research is to develop a cheap, relatively safe and virtually inexhaustible source of electrical energy.
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August 1, 1989
Utah officials voted to free nearly half of a $5-million legislative appropriation to fund research into the University of Utah's cold fusion findings. An executive committee of the state's Fusion-Energy Advisory Council endorsed the university's request for nearly $2.5 million for the first year of cold fusion research. The goal of the research is to develop a cheap, relatively safe and virtually inexhaustible source of electrical energy.
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January 4, 2004 | Christie L. Hill, Associated Press Writer
The year 2003 was a deadly one in the Utah wilderness, capped by the Dec. 26 deaths of a group of snowboarders who chanced Provo Canyon and lost when an avalanche swept them away. The deaths underscore the dark side of Utah's backcountry, a dangerous outdoor playground that rewards prepared adventurers with unspeakable beauty but punishes the unprepared with disorientation, injury and even death. The state's craggy peaks, slot canyons and trails can turn on anyone without notice.
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September 2, 1990 | WILLIAM TROMBLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As classes resume this week, the failure of Gov. George Deukmejian and the Legislature to agree on a school funding plan has left school officials up and down the state wondering how much money they have to spend this year. After the collapse of once-promising negotiations late Friday, Deukmejian blamed the failure on State Supt. of Public Instruction Bill Honig and California Teachers Assn. President Ed Foglia--who both blamed Deukmejian.
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