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Utah Drought “Officially Over”

  Utah Drought “Officially Over”

The National Weather Service has declared the years-long drought in Utah officially over. Just six months ago, the agency gave

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Changes at the Wave

  Changes at the Wave

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to increase the daily number of visitors to The Wave from 20 to

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Guilty Plea in Substation Shooting

  Guilty Plea in Substation Shooting

The Escalante man who shot up the Buckskin power substation in 2016 has pleaded guilty to destruction of an energy

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North Rim Set to Open

  North Rim Set to Open

All Grand Canyon North Rim facilities and services will open next Wednesday, May 15th. Lodging, groceries, camping, dining, and gas

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“Buggy” Dam Flows

  “Buggy” Dam Flows

Scientists are encouraged by the results of low flows from Glen Canyon Dam on the number of aquatic insects downstream.

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Duck Creek Days Canceled

  Duck Creek Days Canceled

The annual Duck Creek Days celebration in Kane County has been canceled because flooding is anticipated from the extreme snow

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Mule Deer Migration

  Mule Deer Migration

Mule deer herds in southern Utah are migrating to their summer ranges, 50 of them outfitted with electronic GPS-tracking collars.

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Utah Health Breakdown by County

  Utah Health Breakdown by County

Utah has long ranked in the top ten tier of healthy states.  A national foundation recently released a breakdown, which

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Best Friends Garners National Award

  Best Friends Garners National Award

Kane County-based Best Friends Animal Society has been named a Brand of the Year by a national organization. Harris Poll

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Presidential Candidate Pushes Locally Unpopular Plan

  Presidential Candidate Pushes Locally Unpopular Plan

Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren visited Utah last week.  She advocated a change in national monuments policy that is not

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