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After years of complaining about national monuments within its borders, southeastern Utah's San Juan County is now highlighting them in a new branding effort to... [Read More]
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The Interior Department has canceled a proposal from the Bureau of Land Management that would have allowed the sale of more than 1,600 acres inside... [Read More]
Most of the lands removed from southern Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument would be available to coal mining and other extractive uses under new draft... [Read More]
What would the Staircase plans do for mining? Mining and drilling would not be allowed in the 1 million acres remaining in Grand Staircase, along... [Read More]
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The Bureau of Land Management on Tuesday posted draft management plans for Utah's two large national monuments that underwent controversial reductions by President Donald Trump... [Read More]
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Utah's Cottonwood canyons provide Salt Lake Valley residents with two precious resources: drinking water from snowmelt and outdoor recreation in an alpine setting just minutes... [Read More]
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A judge who ordered a Utah county to put a Navajo man back on the ballot says the county clerk violated state statute and overstepped... [Read More]
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A federal wild horse roundup in Utah's West Desert is drawing fire after four injured horses were put down, and photos surfaced showing helicopter wranglers... [Read More]
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Utah Lake has become one big, toxic bowl of cyanobacteria soup. Health officials are warning the public to stay out of the entire lake, due... [Read More]
A federal judge has ruled that San Juan County officials improperly invalidated the Democratic candidacy for county commission of Willie Grayeyes. Grayeyes' attorney, Steven Boos,... [Read More]
The Trump administration's vision of American "energy dominance" is taking shape across the West, and, for Utah, that means a return to oil and gas... [Read More]
The Trump administration's vision of American "energy dominance" is taking shape across the West, and, for Utah, that means a return to oil and gas... [Read More]
A gravel pit proposed near Capitol Reef National Park won't be mined under a deal reached Thursday between Teasdale residents opposed to industrial development in... [Read More]
Sprawling across rural Utah is a 30,000-mile spiderweb of unimproved dirt tracks and routes, known as class D roads, that largely cross public lands. Often... [Read More]
Southern Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument has helped shield archaeological sites from vandalism, bolstered tourism and spurred scientific discovery during the two decades since its... [Read More]
About 1,700 years old. Location... [Read More]
In an arid mountain range of southwestern Utah stands a ponderosa, stubby by the standards of this stately red-barked pine species, that botanist Stan Kitchen... [Read More]
Federal land managers, especially in the Southwest's canyon country so steeped in prehistory, exercise caution about what they divulge regarding sensitive cultural sites They don't... [Read More]
The latest addition to Utah's seemingly endless parade of new dinosaur discoveries is a squat-legged armored creature extricated from a quarry jampacked with reptilian remains,... [Read More]
San Juan County's felony prosecution of a wilderness advocate is coming to an end without a trial or conviction after state lawyers filed papers announcing... [Read More]
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