A man who allegedly forced his girlfriend from the home they share was jailed on a host of domestic and drug charges Saturday, Jan. 18.
Cougar harvest objectives were increased in an emergency change on Thursday, Jan. 16, in an effort to help struggling deer populations in several areas of Utah, said Utah Division of Wildlife Resources spokesperson Faith Jolley.
A Grand County Sheriff’s deputy arrested a suspected car thief out of Las Vegas during a traffic stop in Interstate 70 Jan. 16.
If you’re itching to get on the ice to catch fish in northern Utah, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has some tips to share. Even if you plan on fishing in other parts of the state, these tips for catching rainbow trout, yellow perch and bluegill should help you put fish on the ice, no matter where you go fishing.
A Moab man was charged with felony assault after he allegedly choked a woman and repeatedly punched in the face a man who intervened.
Just a quick shout out about AJ Rogers’ articles as they are a great source of historic knowledge and comedy.
I strongly support Principal Steve Hren as he follows guidelines established by the Utah High School Activities Association to instill considerate behavior in fans at sporting events. I would expect no less from an administrator charged with overseeing all aspects of student education, nor from Dr. Hren himself, who has led Grand County High School with integrity for many years.
Utah gas prices increased 1.6 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.67 per gallon Monday, according to GasBuddy’s daily survey of 1,171 stations. Gas prices in Utah are 12.8 cents per gallon lower than a month ago and 11.4 cents per gallon higher than a year ago.
We have all bumped up against taboo topics in everyday conversation, at work, in public discourse, and in popular culture. Death is one obvious example. It is difficult for death to get the attention it deserves as a fact of life, so we create forums like “Death Cafés” to talk about it.
A lot of discussion at last week’s Castle Valley Town Council meeting centered on the recent sale of the property at 417 Castle Valley Drive, which is the site of the old ranch house. The property includes the house that was once occupied by John and Anna Pace, the owners of the Pace Brothers Ranch from 1888 to the 1950s and another house where their son-in-law Bert and daughter Ireta Buchanan once lived. This second house is the one the town council describes as a non-conforming second dwelling, which was the topic of discussion.
I got an early peek at the creative packaging the Utah Health Department used on its new batch of condoms distributed to various public and nonprofit health clinics throughout the state. I chuckled at the bright colors and edgy slogans that poked fun at our oft-times backward-thinking state, thinking that perhaps these prophylactics would more likely be used than others that said Trojan.
Last week, many in the community and the local governments became aware of a Bureau of Land Management plan to scope for oil and gas leasing two parcels smack dab in the heart of Moab’s EPA designated Sole Source Aquifer and State designated drinking water protection area.