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Utah overreaching in Federal public lands issues

As someone who spends a significant portion of time on horseback exploring the backcountry of Utah, I can attest to the natural beauty of our great state and why I feel so fortunate to be living here. Whenever I travel out of state and tell others th...

Oil and gas: giving due thanks

Politicians in Washington continue to pick favorites when it comes to energy.

Letter to the editor, Balanced approach to energy development needed in Utah

In the second driest state in the country, water is not a resource that the agricultural community takes for granted. Ranchers and farmers in eastern Utah can find it challenging to meet our water demands even during a good year. That is why I and o...

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