Vicki Barker

Vicki Barker was UPR's Moab correspondent from 2011 - 2012.

A native of Moab, she started working in radio as a teenager and earned a degree at Utah State University-Logan in broadcast performance and management. She worked as a news reporter and feature writer for radio and publications throughout the intermountain area and also worked in the national parks, in outdoor environmental education, and as an editor.

Vicki passed away in April 2012 and has left a void on UPR where her voice used to be.

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White Collar Crime Drives Up London Property Prices

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Murdoch Protege Charged With 'Perversion Of Justice'

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Cowell Relents, Cooperates With Unauthorized Book

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Double-Dip Recession Catches Britain Off Guard

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British Terrorism Suspect Battles US Extradition

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Cambridge, Oxford And A Race For Water Supremacy

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Anglicans To Get New Spiritual Head

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In this photo from 2009, David Cameron (left) attends a book launch for Charlie Brooks in London. Cameron, who has since become Britain's prime minister, went to Eton with Brooks, husband of Rebekah Brooks, the former News International executive toppled by Britain's phone-hacking scandal. The latest twist in that scandal involves Rebekah Brooks, Cameron and a retired police horse. Dave Hogan/Getty Images hide caption

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News International Agrees To Settlement

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