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REGIONAL NEWS for Aug. 27, 2017: Utah will probably miss EPA’s December deadline for latest plan to control pollution in Wasatch Front’s inversions.

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In this February 2016 photo, Jason Dunn of Draper seeks higher, cleaner air as he rides his bike to a peak overlooking the obscured Utah county as air quality continued to deteriorate with inversion conditions trapping cold air./ Francisco Kjolseth | Tribune file photo

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