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Dream heads '12

Published December 31, 2011 1:01 am
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Dear readers:

Here is the 10th annual collection of Salt Lake Tribune Dream Headlines, in which we ask readers to suggest headlines that they might see in the year ahead. Some contain hope. Others humor. A few, cynicism. It was that kind of year.

Our favorite Dream Headlines appear below, with the names of the contributors attached. More of the many excellent contributions sent in by Tribune readers can be enjoyed on The State of the Debate blog (www.sltrib.com/blogs/debate). We hope you enjoy them all as much as we did. Our thanks to all who offered their ideas.

Happy New Year!

—The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board

Guv orders fresh air pipeline into SLC

­— Anonymous

Super PACs fund education; legislators plan bake sale

— Ken DeVries

Red Meat Radio purchased by PETA

— Ed Blake

Jobless rate at 4 percent;Dow breaks 15,000

— Paul S. Carpenter

New data show men earn 70 centsfor every dollar women earn

— Afton January

Sloan new Utes hoop coach

— Tom Day

Mutt straps Mitt to roof, drives off

— Gregory A. Clark

Sen. Hatch: 'Probably won't run in 2030'

— E. T. Hebda

Gingrich admits to being Keebler elf

— Ed Hall

Scroll found in cave reveals Jesus performed gay marriage

— Aharon D. Shulimson

Secret Santa pays off Greek debt

— Tom Hamilton

Rainer Huck reduces carbon footprint, takes a hike

— Richard Parrott

Utah secedes, requests foreign aid

— Mike DeKeyrel

Doctors: Obama spine transplant possible

— Ed Firmage Jr.

Mike Winder headlines Vegas as ventriloquist

— Mike Ptaschinski

Election shocker: 468 House and Senate incumbents lose

— Bruce M. Baird

United States united again

— Susanne Reeves

Astronauts find body of Alice Kramden on the moon

— Nancy Bento




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