Tuesday , March 18, 2014 - 1:56 PM
WHITE’S VALLEY — There isn’t much to be found out here in the way of human civilization. This remote valley northwest of Tremonton consists mainly of dry farmland, rolling hills dotted with sagebrush, some cattle and sheep, and a few scattered buildings and trailers.
A traffic jam out here is a stubborn cow in the road. But anyone who happens to find themselves northbound off of exit 32 on I-84 during the summer might hear the sound of shots ringing out over the otherwise quiet, lonesome desert. Chances are they aren’t the sounds of people hunting animals — its probably what could best be described as glorified target practice.
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