outdoors
Slowing down at Wall Street
55 mph was 'way too fast'

In order to ensure the safety of climbers in the area, the Utah Department of Transportation has responded to concerned citizens and reduced the speed limit of Potash Road (State Route 279) for a s...
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Reward offered for vandalism at Colo. Nat’l. Monument
Officials at Colorado National Monument are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the conviction of individuals who spray-painted love notes and a prom proposal on the White Rocks forma...
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DWR: Kens Lake has been stocked with trout
Most Utah lakes have been stocked with rainbow trout, according to the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Near Moab, Kens Lake and Rattlesnake Ranch Pond have both been stocked with several thous...
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DNR appoints new parks and rec director
Utah Department of Natural Resources Executive Director Mike Styler has named Jeff Rasmussen, deputy director of the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation, as the division’s new director, according...
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  • ‘Rig to flip,' experts say as low water, heat lures novices
    by Emily Lawson
    The Times-Independent
    06.14.18 - 09:52 am
  • It’s not art: Rock vandalism on the rise
    by Emma Renly
    The Times-Independent
    06.14.18 - 09:47 am
  • Rattler: Midget's venom is big
    But it's not likely you'll see one
    by Nathaniel Smith
    The Times-Independent
    06.14.18 - 09:55 am
  • Local climbers host Indian Creek clinic
    'The passion has grown'
    by Jacque Garcia
    The Times-Independent
    06.08.18 - 04:55 pm

  •  Powderhorn Mountain Resort on Grand Mesa will begin its summer tourist season June 9 when its bike park opens. The park will host downhill mountain biking, scenic lift rides, hiking and outdoor music from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday.
               Courtesy photo
    Powderhorn Mountain Resort on Grand Mesa will begin its summer tourist season June 9 when its bike park opens. The park will host downhill mountain biking, scenic lift rides, hiking and outdoor music from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday. Courtesy photo
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