Recreation

For a weekend escape, take a trip to the silent rock city

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Arches, Canyonlands and Zion get a lot of well-deserved attention in the local national parks scene, but southern Idaho offers a hidden gem that’s considerably closer for adventure-seekers in

Recreation

Big cat hunting changes

Wildlife biologists are recommending changes that could result in more chances to take bobcats in Utah this fall. The recommendations would also result in hunters


Recreation

For a weekend escape, take a trip to the silent rock city

Arches, Canyonlands and Zion get a lot of well-deserved attention in the local national parks scene, but southern Idaho offers a hidden gem that’s


Recreation

National Park tourism in Utah creates $596.5 million in economic

DENVER – A new National Park Service (NPS) report shows that the over 8.98 million visitors to Utah’s national parks in 2013 spent $596.5 million and


Recreation

Hurt in the Dirt marks five years

The “Hurt in the Dirt” offroad duathlon reaches a milestone this weekend, and there’s still time to sign up to participate. The 501(c)3 non-


Local

'Hungry Games' at Clinton Heritage Days

CLINTON — It was an all-out water war Saturday afternoon in Clinton as kids, water guns in hand, fought to be the last person dry. As part of this


Recreation

Harsh island a breeding ground for Utah pelicans

Gunnison Island lies in the part of the Great Salt Lake where the salt is so thick, bacteria have turned the water lavender.  It’s only six miles from


Government

$10 boat surcharge proposed to fund quagga mussels fight

SALT LAKE CITY – A Top of Utah lawmaker thinks the state needs to more aggressively address a possible invasion of the quagga mussels into local waters and is


Recreation

How to prepare for wildfires

July has been known to be a month of high fire danger in the West, and federal agencies are reminding families to take proactive steps to protect themselves and


Recreation

High elevation waters offer great summer fishing

KAMAS — Beat the heat, have fun and enjoy breathtaking scenery by grabbing your fishing pole and heading to Utah’s mountains. Paul Birdsey, cold water


News

Landowner to employ private rangers in the Ogden foothills

OGDEN — The landowner whose property is intersected by several of Ogden’s most popular trails says misuse there has become so bad, he will begin to


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