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Published June 9, 2015

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BLM/state impose fire restrictions

Current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and heavy loading of vegetation throughout Southeast Utah have created

Forest Service reminds visitors fireworks are banned

2 days ago

Many people spend the Fourth of July camping somewhere on the Manti-La Sal National Forest. Because fireworks are also a great Fourth of July tradition, the Forest Service would like to remind visitors fireworks are always banned on all National For...

Murray Energy partners to form new company

3 days ago

A new international commodities marketing and trading enterprise, Javelin Global Commodities Holdings, has been formed by three groups which are

Old Woman Wildfire Update

9 days ago

Location: Approximately 20 miles east of Salina, Utah

Boater found on Green River

14 days ago

A couple on the Green River experienced trouble when their kayak flooded. The male was able to get to shore and the female was swept down river but was able to get to shore and was picked up. The couple appears to be in good condition. More details ...

New mountain bike trail opens at Goblin Valley State Park

23 days ago

On June 9 Goblin Valley State Park officially opened their mountain bike trail system. Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox was on hand to help with the ribbon cutting. He said, "I love Goblin Valley. We come here once a year so the kids can climb on the hoodoos and...

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