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The longstanding ability of Utah cities to regulate land use in mountain watersheds they tap for drinking water could come to an end, under a... [Read More]
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In a case with major implications for Utah's coal producers, a federal judge in California has ordered a trial over the city of Oakland's prohibition... [Read More]
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Utah Gov. Gary Herbert told Congress on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's recent move to shrink two national monuments in the state provides a "reset"... [Read More]
Between Utah's rich coal beds and potential markets overseas lies 850 miles of rail track and 5,000 miles of ocean that converge in the California... [Read More]
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Between Utah's rich coal beds and potential markets overseas lies 850 miles of rail track and 5,000 miles of ocean that converge in the California... [Read More]
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The American public loves national parks, even as some destinations are becoming snarled in traffic and hikers pack places such as Zion's Emerald Pools and... [Read More]
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On a typical New Year's Day, David Lind would be surfing the South Pacific, but this year he found himself on the slopes of a... [Read More]
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An aluminum jet boat left a Moab dock last summer for a sunset excursion down the Colorado River with a full load of 28 mostly... [Read More]
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In the past two decades, snowmobile registrations in Utah have edged lower even as the state's population has grown by 77 percent, according to a... [Read More]
The National Park Service's proposed $70 entry fee at marquee parks, including four in Utah, could "devastate" small rural businesses and depress park visitation, while... [Read More]
The National Park Service's proposed $70 entry fee at marquee parks, including four in Utah, could "devastate" small rural businesses and depress park visitation, while... [Read More]
Rising on the north side of U.S. Highway 191 in the tiny Utah town of Bluff is a curious sculpture, fashioned from willows and branches... [Read More]
Rising on the north side of U.S. Highway 191 in the tiny Utah town of Bluff is a curious sculpture, fashioned from willows and branches... [Read More]
even though there was a short-lived ban on such imports in place at the time, according to recently filed court papers. Graham's permit, identified in... [Read More]
Energy extraction on public lands had a lot more to do with Utah's national monument reductions than the Department of Interior and the state's elected... [Read More]
The Bureau of Land Management raked in $6 million at its quarterly oil and gas auction Tuesday where it fielded bids on nearly 94,000 acres... [Read More]
and puts Kane and Garfield county commissioners in charge of what's left. "To suggest that creating a national park out of what is an extraordinary... [Read More]
President Donald Trump not only trimmed and broke up the Bears Ears National Monument when he visited Utah last week. He also renamed it with... [Read More]
Randy Irmis rubbed his fingers over bumpy imprints of the scaly skin of a creature that lived 76 million years ago, once roaming what is... [Read More]
Where Utah once had two large national monuments, the state now has five smaller ones under an order signed Monday by President Donald Trump —... [Read More]
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