AP-UT--Utah News Digest, UT
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UTAH WILDFIRE-MISSING CATTLE
PROVO, Utah — A month after lightning sparked a wildfire that has burned over 47 square miles of Utah rangeland, ranchers are looking for hundreds of cattle in the Spanish Fork Canyon area. “It’s a big job,” said a rancher who has enlisted family and friends to search for the livestock. UPCOMING: 130 words, then longer version.
NAVAJO PRESIDENTIAL RACE
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — The candidates for Navajo Nation president have until end of business Tuesday to announce their running mates. Current Vice President Jonathan Nez and former President Joe Shirley Jr. were the top two finisher’s in last week’s presidential primary. By Felicia Fonseca. SENT: 130 words. UPCOMING: Updates, longer version.
FBC--T25-COLLAGE FOOTBALL POLL
The first regular season AP Top 25 is released after a long weekend during which most of the top teams won and Auburn registered the biggest victory. By College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo.
FBC--T25-AP TOP 25 HEAT CHECK
The worst part of college football’s week one overreactions, as compared to the NFL’s, is that they linger. Texas, Michigan, Miami and Florida State fans will be seething their team’s opening losses for weeks because victories against lesser opponents won’t ease the pain. By College Football Writer Ralph D. Russo.
BKW--USA CCAMP-FILL IN
COLUMBIA, S.C. — With several of America’s best competing in the WNBA plays, U.S. national team coach has invited several college players, including one of her own South Carolina starters, to work with members headed to compete in the World Cup later this month. By Pete Iacobelli. UPCOMING, 550 words by 2 p.m. EDT.
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