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Judge dismisses snowboarder suit against ski area

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SALT LAKE CITY — A federal judge in Utah on Tuesday tossed a lawsuit brought by snowboarders against one of the last ski resorts in the country to prohibit their sport, ruling that boarders

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Truck pull draws enthusiasts and big crowds

OGDEN — For the type of people who know the difference between a Work Stock Diesel and a 3.0 Diesel, who know a good engine inside and out, who eat,


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Forest Service approves Bonneville connector trail

OGDEN — The U.S. Forest Service has approved a connector segment of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, meaning Weber County will now have 27 miles of continuous


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High Uintas: The changing face of wild places

“Something will have gone out of us as a people if we ever let the remaining wilderness be destroyed ... We simply need that wild country available to us,


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Wilderness – a view from the back of an ATV

I have been riding ATVs extensively in Utah’s backcountry for over 22 years. Even though the 1964 Federal Wilderness Act outlines specific criteria for


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Top picks High Uintas

  1. Experience the Highline Trail, Utah’s own peak pilgrimage. The trail travels around 95 miles over the crest of the Uinta Range, much of it


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High Uintas at a glance

Year established by Congress: 1984 Total acres: 456,705 Highest point: Kings Peak, 13,528 feet Location: Northeast Utah Management agency: U.S. Forest Service


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Wilderness map


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Little opposition to $6M bond for Farmington rec center

FARMINGTON – City officials are moving ahead with a plan to bond for $6 million for a new recreational facility, after the public offered little input on the


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Full skies over the Bear River bird refuge

 BRIGHAM CITY — The fall migration has begun and it’s peak viewing time at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. August and September bring the


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Rumination and reprieve in Utah's first wilderness

“The mountains are the means; the man is the end. The idea is to improve the man, not to reach the top.” —Walter Bonatti Poets, mountaineers and


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