A woman in New York paid $1,800 for a 9-week-old black leopard. She thought it was cute and friendly — until it attacked her.
Grand County High junior Anika Scherer was one of a handful of Utah students out of more than 800 to win an award in the Clean Air Poster Contest.
There will be no repeat.
“War of the Worlds” was popular with folks who attended the first Free SyFy Movie night held Feb. 7 at the MARC and Friday’s Feb. 14 flick will be “Fire Maidens of Outer Space.” Here’s the plot – which is perfect for this Valentine’s Day: A team of astronauts lands on a moon of Jupiter to find it populated with beautiful young women looking for mates. An old man explains to the explorers the group’s story, as well as the moon’s dangers, according to IMDb.
How young is the Red Devil girls basketball team? There was not a single senior to honor at the final game of the regular season. The 1-19 2019-2020 campaign was a rough one for the team, but they came to play every game and made steady improvement as the season progressed.
The Grand County boys basketball team ended a disappointing regular season with two losses. The Red Devils lost 79-99 to rival San Juan on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at San Juan High School. The Broncos took the first three quarters 26-14, 22-20 and 29-20. Grand took the fourth 25-22, but it was far too little too late.
The Great Salt Lake is known for its incredibly high salinity levels that allow people to float, but many might not be aware of its multi-million dollar brine shrimp industry and how the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources manages it to help balance a unique ecosystem, said DWR spokesperson Faith Jolley.
The Grand County Drill Team finished the competitive season at the USHAA State Championship recently at Utah Valley University, in Orem.
A forum to discuss the future of Lake Powell and the long-term issues regarding its management, hosted by the Center for Colorado River Studies, Utah State University, takes place from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20 at Star Hall.
There was a lot of public clamor in the valley 35 years ago this month when the Bureau of Land Management and Conoco Petroleum Company announced a proposed exploratory well at the base of Parriott Mesa just off the Pace Hill Road. Much of the agenda of the Castle Valley Property Owners Association monthly meeting was devoted to a question and answer session with officials from the BLM and Conoco. The BLM district manager stated that written comment would be accepted and a decision would be made 35 years ago this week.
Oh … Where to start? Way back I guess, before I ever knew them since I wasn’t born yet, of course.
Moab Museum interim Executive Director Forrest Rodgers late last week announced the appointments of Tara Beresh as Curatorial and Collections manager and Mary Langworthy as the museum’s Membership and Community Outreach coordinator.