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Published April 26, 2016

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Apply for an Antlerless Big Game Permit

2 days ago

Applications accepted starting May 26

Wild Horse and Burro population increases 15 percent in one year

13 days ago

BLM seeks to expand initiatives to address problems with new legislative authority*

Summer peak season for lightning strikes

13 days ago

Summer is fast approaching and along with it, the peak season for lightning strikes. While lightning can happen year round, thunderstorms and lightning occur more at this time of the year and the Utah Region of American Red Cross wants to make sure y...

BEAR speaker for May 26 and "Icehouse" session on May 12

15 days ago

The speaker for the general BEAR meeting on May 26 is EksAyn Anderson, a specialist on business negotiations. His topic will be Best Negotiation Skills.

Still Time to Hunt Turkeys in Utah

18 days ago

If you'd like to get into Utah's backcountry and hunt turkeys this spring,

BLM-Utah Offers New Recreation Maps for Mobile Devices

18 days ago

The Bureau of Land Management has released new

University of Utah statement on divestment

21 days ago

"We appreciate the thoughtful work of the Academic Senate today-and over many months-on the subject of endowment investments. The investment portfolio of the University comes largely from donors who wish to support scholarships, faculty salaries and ...

University of Utah says no to fossil fuels

22 days ago

Correction: Mr. Pleune is not a representative of the University of Utah or the U of U Academic Senate; his views are his own.

Rare Fish Spawns in the Wild for the First Time

25 days ago

Biologists have some exciting news about the rarest of the endangered fish that live in the upper Colorado River system. For the first time since work to recover bonytail started in the 1980s, they're raising their own young in the wild....

Fallen Law Enforcement Officers to be Honored During 28th Annual Candlelight Vigil on May 13 in Washington, DC

25 days ago

Fallen Law Enforcement Officers to be Honored During 28th Annual

Review of Federal Coal program meeting locations

26 days ago

Interior Department Takes Next Step in Comprehensive Review of Federal Coal Program

State Awards Three Emery County Men for Work at State Parks

27 days ago

Three Utah State Parks workers were presented with awards for their continued drive and hard work at Green River State Park and the Huntington State Park Complex.

Larry Davis to be new Emery District Superintendent

27 days ago

The Emery County School District Board of Education is pleased to announce the appointment of Larry W. Davis to succeed Kirk L. Sitterud as Superintendent of Schools.  The transition will officially take place on July 1.  ...

Murray Energy Corporation Sues Obama EPA Again for its Illegal Utility MACT Rule

27 days ago

On June 29, 2015, The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in Murray Energy Corporation's favor and held the Obama EPA illegally promulgated its Mercury and Air Toxics Standards, and mandated that the Obama EPA fully consider costs in promulgatin...

May is Archaeology Month

27 days ago

The Prehistoric Museum in Price will be participating with two lectures in the museum classroom and a Family Activity Day event.

New Data Shows 10 People Die Each Week in Utah as a Result of Drug Poisoning

27 days ago

Utahns Encouraged to Safely Dispose of Leftover Medications

PRICE NATIVE JUSTICE CONSTANDINOS HIMONAS TO SPEAK AT USU EASTERN GRADUATION

28 days ago

LOCAL STUDENTS HONORED AS VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATORIAN

U.S. Army Establishes New Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), 17C, Cyber Operations Specialist

28 days ago

The U.S. Army announces the establishment of MOS 17C, Cyber Operations Specialist.

Applications Now Accepted for State Superintendent Position

28 days ago

The Utah State Board of Education today began accepting applications for the position of State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The position will remain open for 30 days, closing at 5 p.m. May 25, 2016....

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