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INSIDE UTAH COUNTY

Santaquin

Hairy issues: Unlike its neighboring cities, which have their own animal control units, Santaquin relies on its three police officers to keep the bite on pet problems. But one city councilman says the police need to do a better job. See story on Page B3.Payson

Annual Spring Ceilidh: The Payson Scottish Days Festival Committee will hold its 10th Ceilidh celebration, which includes traditional entertainment and a full-course dinner.

When: Saturday, March 21 at 7 p.m..

Where: The Payson City Banquet Hall, 439 W. Utah Ave.

Cost: $7.50 per reserved ticket (465-3714 or 465-2933), or $9.50 at the door.

POLLUTION READING

Air quality index highs as of 8 a.m. Friday in Utah County as measured by the Utah Division of Air Quality:

Lindon monitor, fine particulate or PM10: 20

Downtown Provo, carbon monoxide: 33

North Provo monitor, carbon monoxide: 11

Readings between 1 and 50 are good. The forecast is for little change in pollution levels.

MOVIES on Page B4.

UTAH COUNTY NEWS on Pages B3, 4.