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Classic Moab outfitter being sold in pieces

Imagine that you found a job at a company unlike any other with co-workers whose camaraderie is as ardent as that of a mob, a friendly river mob. A few weeks or days before the season is about to s...
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Southeastern Utah fishing report
Abajo Mountains Many waters on the Abajo Mountains are currently inaccessible with highway vehicles. Boulger Reservoir Boulger Reservoir and several other waters on the Manti skyline now have stabl...
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BLM to hold RAC meeting in Monticello
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will hold a meeting of the Utah Resource Advisory Council (RAC), Dec. 11 and 12, at the Hideout Community Center, located at 648 Hideout Way in Monticello. On De...
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DNR appoints a new recovery program director
Mike Styler, executive director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR), has named Christopher Keleher as the department’s new species recovery program director. Keleher will assume his n...
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  • Cutthroat ‘slam’ assist in species restoration
    by Scott RootUtah Division of Wildlife Resources
    01.11.18 - 10:44 am

  • Join park staff at Dead Horse Point State Park on a hike commemorating the first day of the New Year. Depending on conditions and participant desire, expect a hike lasting anywhere from one to two hours traveling a couple miles over easy terrain. Snow and ice may make this a moderately difficult hike. Participants should dress warmly, bring a couple liters of water, bring polarized sunglasses, and whatever else is needed to feel comfortable walking in snow. The hike will start at 9 a.m. For more information call the park at 435-259-2614.                                         Photo courtesy discovermoab.com
    Join park staff at Dead Horse Point State Park on a hike commemorating the first day of the New Year. Depending on conditions and participant desire, expect a hike lasting anywhere from one to two hours traveling a couple miles over easy terrain. Snow and ice may make this a moderately difficult hike. Participants should dress warmly, bring a couple liters of water, bring polarized sunglasses, and whatever else is needed to feel comfortable walking in snow. The hike will start at 9 a.m. For more information call the park at 435-259-2614. Photo courtesy discovermoab.com
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