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Body found near Cottonwood Heights hiking trail

The Associated Press
Mar 15 2014 - 8:03am

SALT LAKE CITY -- Police are investigating a body discovered near a Cottonwood Heights hiking trail in Salt Lake County.

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Vehicle access to North Rim of Grand Canyon closed

The Associated Press
Dec 6 2013 - 3:35pm

GRAND CANYON, Ariz. -- The seasonal closure of vehicle access to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon has begun.Grand Canyon National Park officials say the projected reopening date for State Route 67 and all North Rim services is May 15.

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Top of Utah outdoors calendar, fishing report

Standard-Examiner staff
Nov 29 2013 - 5:44pm

Here is this week's Top of Utah outdoors calendar, fishing report.Enjoy, but remember to always dress for conditions.Outdoors calendar:http://www.xploreutah.net/story/outdoor-calendar-november-27Fishing report:http://www.xploreutah.net/story/fishing-report-november-27  

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Hiker talks about encounter with 'goat man' on Ben Lomond Peak

This photo shows what appears to be a man dressed as a mountain goat at the top of Ben Lomond Peak above Ogden. (Contributed by Coty Creighton)

Scott Schwebke
Jul 19 2012 - 11:19am

OGDEN -- The photographer who says he took pictures of a man in a fur-covered goat suit crawling on his hands and knees near a wild goat herd in the hills near Ben Lomond Peak has come forward. Coty Creighton, who is the design director for JDHgroup based in Ogden, told the Standard-Examiner on Thursday that he took the photos on the morning of...

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GALLERY: Ogden Trails Network Shin-Dig Fundraiser

Crystal Giordano helps her daughter, Isabella Giordano, 5, across the slackline at The Front Climbing Gym in Ogden during the Shin-Dig fundraiser for the Ogden Trails Network on Thursday, May, 2, 2013. (BENJAMIN ZACK/Standard-Examiner)

Benjamin Zack, Standard-Examiner staff
May 2 2013 - 10:06pm

Picture gallery of the Ogden Trails Network's Shin-Dig fundraiser at The Front Climbing Gym in Ogden on Thursday, May, 2, 2013.

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Hiker talks about encounter with 'goat man' on Ben Lomond Peak

This photo shows what appears to be a man dressed as a mountain goat at the top of Ben Lomond Peak above Ogden. (Contributed by Coty Creighton)

Scott Schwebke
Jul 19 2012 - 11:19am

OGDEN -- The photographer who says he took pictures of a man in a fur-covered goat suit crawling on his hands and knees near a wild goat herd in the hills near Ben Lomond Peak has come forward. Coty Creighton, who is the design director for JDHgroup based in Ogden, told the Standard-Examiner on Thursday that he took the photos on the morning of...

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GALLERY: Take Back Utah rally, August 28, 2010

Michael Friberg, Standard-Examiner staff
Aug 28 2010 - 10:46pm

See images from the Take Back Utah rally held at the Utah Capitol

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GALLERY: Northridge High School's swim team takes a trip to Havasupai, August 23, 2010

Lynette Randall, TX. correspondent
Aug 22 2010 - 8:03pm

Breathtaking waterfalls are the highlight of a trip to Havasupai, located in a section of the Grand Canyon in Arizona. TX.er Lynette Randall shares photographs of her journey there this summer with members of the Northridge High School swim team.

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GALLERY: "Opening Zion," June 13, 2010

Cover of 'Opening Zion' designed by John Clark, a graphic artist.


Jun 9 2010 - 10:04pm

A couple of old photo albums on eBay helped authors John and Melissa Clark re-create a 1920 trip to Zion National Park in Southern Utah. In their new book “Opening Zion,” the Tooele authors relate the tale of six young women who visited the park on a publicity campaign to generate tourism, posing for scores of photographs. The week-long adventure ended with the women opening the gate for Zion’s first season as a newly designated national park.

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