Local

YCC honors Weber County investigators of sexual assault crimes

Reducing Utah’s alarming rate of sexual assault takes a community-wide effort, including a team working hard to collect the evidence required to bring perpetrators to justice. 


Environment

Share your Great Salt Lake marsh history as part of crowdsource project

From the establishment of the Bear River National Wildlife Refuge in 1928 to many decades of duck hunting, the marshes of the Great Salt Lake have a colorful history.


Recreation

Antelope Island named a Dark Sky Park

Antelope Island is officially an International Dark Sky Park.


Environment

Snowmelt raises Great Salt Lake, but climate, diversions continue to take toll

The winter’s ample snowfall is now melting, sending much-needed water downhill to a withered Great Salt Lake. But climate experts caution that relief won’t last.  


Education

Venture High students to share oral storytelling project about public lands

When teaching teens about Utah’s public lands, and the many nuanced attitudes that accompany them, it helps to hit the trail.


Recreation

With Wildcat lift being replaced, what else does Snowbasin have planned?

Skiers and snowboarders celebrated their last ride on the old Wildcat lift Saturday, which is set to be replaced with a high-speed quad.


Environment

How the water market in Northern Utah works

Water distribution along the Wasatch Front has its own market.


Environment

Q&A: Weber River's commissioner talks details of tracking the basin's water

Weber River Commissioner Cole Panter admits most people have no idea what he does.


Environment

Why is Utah's water so cheap?

Editor’s note: This is a reposted version of a story originally published in the Standard-Examiner March 29, 2015.


Environment

Where does Weber water go on the Wasatch Front?

Where does Weber water go on the Wasatch Front?


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