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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A former San Juan County commissioner has sued a federal land agency after he spent 10 days in jail for trespassing during an illegal all-terrain vehicle protest ride in a closed southern Utah canyon five years ago.

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The Governor’s Office of Energy Development and other groups came together Monday at the Utah State Capitol to voice support for the state moving forward with development of cleaner forms of energy and celebrate Utah’s 11th Alternative Fuels Awareness month.

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LOGAN — When Matthew Havertz set out to make a documentary about the legend of a Bear Lake Monster, he didn’t know there was a member of his family who saw something strange in Bear Lake back in 1977.

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SALT LAKE CITY — A rule that would have allowed ATVs on certain roads in Utah’s five national parks including popular red rock country destinations such as Zion and Arches has been scrapped by the U.S. government one week before it was set to take effect.

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OGDEN — Weber State won the statewide “water war” challenge by a landslide, earning a $5,000 grant for the department or program most closely connected with water conservation.

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Kokanee salmon swim upstream from Causey Reservoir to spawn on Thursday, Sept. 19, 2019. Each fall the fish turns a vivid pinkish red before broadcasting their eggs along the creek bed of the tributaries feeding the lake. 

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OGDEN — Despite the rainy day, students in junior high, high school and college — as well as recent Weber State grads, who helped organize the march — took to 25th Street as part of the global youth climate strike to protest the lack of political action to counter climate change.

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Most of the lawn varieties in Utah are cool season grasses. This means they thrive during the cool parts of the year, like spring and fall, and then go dormant when it gets hot. When the heat is on, our lawns require quite a bit of water to stay green. They also become more prone to disease …

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NORTH OGDEN — Weber County would save some $600,000 a year if it were to contract with Promontory Point Resources to haul the county’s waste to the firm’s landfill, located adjacent to the Great Salt Lake and the focus of simmering concern among environmentalists.