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Torris Fairley

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It's been fun for me to watch the local standup comedy scene grow and transform over the years, and be able to cover it for a good portion of the...

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Episode #263 &ndash; The Aces

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Vernal police searching for three men missing since Monday

Vernal police are asking for the public’s help to find three men who have been missing since May 22.
On Friday, family members reported Robert Alan Spoon, 33; Jason Ralph Tilt, 33; and Jacob Douglas Tilt missing. The trio was last seen in a black 2004 Chevrolet Silverado pickup with a...

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The Science of Swearing

Benjamin Bergen is a cognitive scientist and he loves swearing. He actually studies it for a living. In a fascinating book, Bergen examines why we use swear words, why they’re so powerful, and how they work in our language and on our minds. Swearing, he says, can be useful, funny, and...

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