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Published April 15, 2014

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Missing helicopter located in Range Creek: two deceased occupants

The Emery County Sheriff's Office was involved in a recovery operation for two males in a helicopter on April 7.

Emery County joins group protesting wild horse and burro over-population

Joel Hatch approached the Emery County Commissioners to ask for their support of the newly formed Western Rangelands Conservation Association Inc. This association is preparing to take the Bureau of Land Management to court for their lack of manageme...

BLM seeks comments

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah Canyon Country Fire Zone and Price Field Office are seeking comments on an environmental assessment (EA) analyzing the potential impacts of hazardous fuels reduction on 59,498 acres southeast of Price, Utah i...

US Forest Service gates to open April 15

Roads to open on April 15 on the forest

New museum manager at John Wesley Powell Museum

Tim Glenn is the new manager for the John Wesley Powell museum. Tim grew up in Salt Lake, graduated from the University of Utah in 2011 with a Master's Degree in Environmental History in 2011, and did a lot of studying of John Wesley Powell, so the m...

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