The Bureau of Land Management Price Field Office seeks public comment on an environmental assessment analyzing a proposed wild horse gather, removal, and the use of contraception on horses in the Range Creek Herd Management Area, according to an email from the BLM.
This story was originally published by The San Juan Record.
Desert Sun Ceramics will host a free soup bowl making workshop from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. July 27 at 1320 S. Highway 191.
I finally got around to reading the article in the Thursday, July 4 issue of the T-I about the name, “Dead Horse Point.” Three possibilities were presented concerning the naming of the state park. There’s one more.
Thank you for following up on the high-density projects soon to rain down upon our community by the Grand County Planning Commission. The creation of the high-density development of more than 500 homes on Spanish Valley Drive and the Viewgate Terrace area is an atrocious betrayal to the quality of life residents and homeowners currently experience in Grand County.
Late one evening last week, Roni Hemsley was driving home from work. About halfway between Chamisa Lane and Rim Shadow Lane on Castle Valley Drive a young bear appeared from the side of the road and before she knew it, they were proceeding side by side up the road until the bear finally turned off. She was rather surprised about the experience and also about how small the bear was.
My grand folks, Clarence and Elise Rogers, had left Idaho in the early 1920s, lived in Ouray, Colorado for nearly a decade, then moved to Thompsons, Utah in 1930.
The Grand County Council meets at 2 p.m. today, July 18, to revisit Tuesday’s 3-3 vote on an ordinance that would temporarily ban construction of hotels, motels and other lodging providers on county land outside of the Moab city limits. The Moab City Council is exploring a similar ordinance.
Despite overwhelming public support, a proposed ordinance to remove overnight lodging as a use by right – meaning they could not be developed, at least temporarily in Grand County – failed to pass after council members voted 3-3, in the absence of Member Jaylyn Hawks, at Tuesday’s July 16 Grand County Council meeting.
One of the more important public meetings of the year takes place at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 20, when the Utah Legislature’s Revenue Restructure Task Force comes to the Grand Center for a town hall meeting at 1 p.m.
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office reported that around 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 14, a local man, Spencer W. Connolley, suffered fatal injuries in the landing zone for skydivers at Canyonlands Airport after a “fast and hard landing.” Connolley was 23.
The National Park Service and the International Dark-Sky Association have announced Arches National Park is an International Dark Sky Park, a place recognized for its quality night skies and a commitment to protecting and sharing natural darkness.